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hello this is bbc newsroom live you're watching bbc newsroom live — hello this is bbc newsroom live a manhunt is under way with carrie gracie. these are today's main with carrie gracie. in the dutch city of utrecht the headlines: stories at midday. the headlines: after a person is shot dead dutch police have stepped up one person has been killed security across the country the head of dutch counter terrorism after a gunman opened fire on a tram says there are shootings and several injured on a tram. and a number have been injured in a shooting on a tram in the dutch in the city of utrecht — it's feared at several places in utrecht, city of utrecht. one person is dead. after this mornings gun attack armed police are on the streets, you're watching bbc the gunman is still on the loose. police say it appears trains and trams have stopped newsroom live 7 it's11am to be a terrorist attack. on a tram, killing one. and these are the main police confirm three teenagers have police say it appears running and schools have been asked police confirm three teenagers to keep their doors closed. stories this morning. have died following a crush died at a st patrick's day to be a terrorist attack. counter—terror police say it at a st patrick's day party police confirm three teenagers have party in county tyrone. police confirm three teenagers have "appears to be a terrorist attack". in county tyrone. died following a crush we'll bring you the latest. died following a crush at a st patrick's day party also this lunchtime: at a st patrick's day party it appears at the minute to be new zealand's prime minister in county tyrone. a crush, people have fallen and in county tyrone. says she'll announce it appears at the minute to be new gun laws within days, then been fatally injured. a crush, people have fallen and been following the attacks on two mosques it appears at the minute to be it appears at the minute to be in which 50 people died. new zealand's prime minister fatally injured. a crush, people have fallen and been a crush, people have fallen and been says her government will move fatally injured. quickly to toughen the country's gun new zealand's prime minister fatally injured. within ten days of this horrific act laws following the deadly attack says her government will move of terrorism we will have quickly to toughen the country's gun on mosques in christchurch. laws following the deadly attack announced reforms which will, police say ‘multiple' people have on mosques in christchurch. new zealand's prime minister says her government will move been injured in a shooting quickly to toughen the country's gun on a tram in the dutch city theresa may will make fresh attempts laws following the deadly attack i believe, make our community safer. of utrecht . the gunman is still on the loose. to win over conservative and dup mps theresa may will make fresh attempts on mosques in christchurch. to her brexit deal, in the hope to win over conservative new zealand's prime minister that a third meaningful and dup mps to her brexit deal — says her government will move jeremy hunt says the theresa may will make fresh attempts quickly to toughen the country's gun vote will take place tomorrow. to win over conservative and dup mps government hopes a vote laws following the deadly attack to her brexit deal, in the hope as the country mourns, on mosques in christchurch. pupils performed the ceremonial haka mps call for a levy will take place tomorrow. that a third meaningful in tribute to the victims on profits for companies and for some the grief like facebook and twitter, vote will take place tomorrow. to fund research into how we hope it will but we need to be theresa may will make fresh attempts social media affects young to win over conservative confident we can get the numbers mps call for a levy and dup mps to her brexit deal — people's mental health. jeremy hunt says the and so that's why a huge amount on profits for companies and oysters are to be government hopes a vote is going on with colleagues like facebook and twitter, re—introduced to the humber estuary and the dup and all sides to fund research into how social media affects young
will take place tomorrow. in an attempt to improve water of the conservative party. people's mental health. we hope it will not we need to be quality and encourage marine life. mp's call for a levy on profits for companies like facebook and twitter, and oysters are to be re—introduced to fund research into how to the humber estuary in an attempt confident we can get the numbers and social media affects young to improve water quality people's mental health. so confident we can get the numbers and so that's why a huge amount is going and oysters are to be re—introduced and encourage marine life. we will get all of the updates in to the humber estuary in an attempt to improve water on with colleagues and the dup and all sides of the conservative party. utrecht any moment. but first, sport withjohn. quality and encourage marine life. mp‘s call for a levy on profits for companies good morning. like facebook and twitter, rory mcilroy says his best is yet to fund research into how to come after winning let's return to events in a utrecht, social media affects young for the first time in a year. people's mental health. we have heard in the last few and oysters are to be re—introduced he won the players championship to the humber estuary in florida — often dubbed golf‘s minutes that shooting is reported in in an attempt to improve water unoffical fifth major various places in the city. because of the strength of the field. it continues his great let's speak to naomi grimley, good morning, welcome start to the year — our world affairs correspondent. quality and encourage marine life. finishing in the top six in all of the tournaments to bbc newsroom live. he's played in. we have just heard from the head of a good time to hit form dutch police have stepped up counterterrorism in the netherlands with the masters less than a month security across the country away, the one title mcilroy needs after a gunman opened fire on a tram and he is saying that one shooter, to complete the career grand slam. in the city of utrecht , killing one good morning, liverpool are back on top person and injuring several others. one gunman, remains at large. he is of the premier league in their pursuit of a first league also saying there was shooting at welcome to bbc newsroom live. title in 29 years. several locations in utrecht, but we three teenagers have died they beat fulham, but did it in what appears to have been the hard way, they were one—up the head of the country's do not know whether that means more counter—terrorism agency say a crush at a hotel hosting when virgil van dyke and allison had the shooting "appears to be than one person was involved or this mix up allowing a terrorist attack". a st patrick's day party ryan babel to equalise. whether one gunman went from one in northern ireland. the area in the west of the city has been location to the next, shooting. just police say two boys, aged 16 and 17, cordoned off by authorities, but a late james milner and emergency services to recap so far, we know that there are at the scene. and a 17—year—old girl died was shooting on board a tram in
penalty saw them win it. the gunman reportedly after what was declared a major there was also a defeat fled the scene by car. utrecht, in a square cut the 24th of for chelsea yesterday, police have asked people to stay incident in the greenvale hotel in cookstown in county tyrone. all the reaction from the weekend's away from the area and schools a number of other teenagers have games on the bbc sport to keep their doors closed. 0ctober square, we believe that one also been treated in hospital. website and app. prime minister mark rutte said he was "deeply concerned" person has been killed and that chi chi izundu reports. and cancelled his weekly coalition talks. several have been injured. we also security services have reportedly know there is a police raid it was supposed to be a night southampton's james ward—prowse has of celebration but instead been added to gareth southgate's told utrecht‘s university medical happening about two blocks from now, a st patrick's day party england squad for the upcoming euro centre to open the dedicated ina building ended in tragedy. 2020 qualifiers with happening about two blocks from now, in a building which we believe might emergency ward to help the czech republic and montenegro. be where the gunman currently is. three teenagers, two care for the injured. and we don't know how many people boys and a girl, dead. ward—prowse will join up with the england set—up at st george's park this afternoon — we re and we don't know how many people were involved in the attack, and we at around 9:30pm last our correspondent in the netherlands, anna holligan, he's been brought in after has been giving us the latest. don't know the identity and we don't night the police service fabian delph, ruben loftus—cheek know the motive? all we know is that of northern ireland declared and john stones all pulled out with injuries. the prime minister, mark rutte, said a multi—agency major incident ward—prowse has one senior cap helicopters have been deployed, it was deeply concerning. we also already, and he's scored note from the police that they have police are asking people to stay for southampton in each of his last and sent out a tweet urging parents away from the scene. we understand to come and collect their children three premier league games. referred to it as being an one person has been killed according from an event at the greenvale hotel it looks like team sky have appearance like a terrorist attack, been thrown a life line. to eyewitness reports. the dutch but they are also being cagey at the on the outskirts of cookstown. the future of the team government is no meeting, the prime moment. it is also worth pointing was in doubt after sky announced a 16 year girl is in stable out that the university of utrecht, condition in hospital it was withdrawing its support at the end of this season. minister has ended a meeting and whilst a further schools, mosques in the city have two teenagers have been treated for injuries. but it's understood that pulling together has ministers from the psni have launched a major a crisis meeting. that is about all all been told to shut their doors investigation and say britain s richest man — they are looking into reports sirjim ratcliffe — and keep people inside. and the be naught from the police at the that there were several hundred is going to save the team. people queueing to get they'll be re—named team ineos moment, it seems as though the gun after the chemicals men are gunman is threat level for security across the into the hotel resulting in a crush. company that he owns. moment, it seems as though the gun at the moment we are of an open netherlands raised to its highest men are gunman is still at large.
level. that's right, raised from and england head coach eddiejones mind, certainly from viewing some several shots were heard, it is level. that's right, raised from level four, which it was until this says he will use a psycologist to overcome the mental still not entirely clear whether of the cctv it looks like just morning, now to the maximum level weaknesses his side are suffereing shots were fired on board the tram a crowd of young people, as a result of their early exit five. beefed up security at a large crowd pushing up against the front of the hotel or at the tram stop. this happened government buildings in the hague, from the world cup in 2015. to get in to an event. obviously at airports as well, the people then seem to have fallen 0ur rugby union correspondent in utrecht, a city in the heart of airport in amsterdam is absolutely and been crushed but i would urge you to use some caution, the netherlands at 10115 local time huge for the eu, and also very chrisjones explains. that is what we are looking so the netherlands at 10115 local time so it 45 gmt. no further information at the minute, trying to see why this crush occurred. visible policing in major dutch police are now asking parents interesting how eddiejones was quite candid about his team's cities, so they are taking no to speak to their children to come as yet from the police, just asking forward and also to anyone who may shortcomings. when england are good, chances. we were also hearing from have filmed anything not to post our corresponded in europe that the on social media but to send it they are brilliant, and i have played some brilliant stuff this six to them to help with their enquiry. nations, but they have had periods people to stay away from the scene netherlands hasn't suffered as much so people to stay away from the scene so they can get on with their work. where they have fallen off a cliff, when it comes to horrific terrorist this morning a community it is that several people have been is still in shock, asking exactly the second half against wales and injured as well as reports of one incidents as some of its european what happened to cause the deaths scotland, and also back in the dead. the terror threat level is neighbours. that's correct, if you currently at four which is the summer scotland, and also back in the summer against south africa. eddie second—highest level, it means remember the torrid time that france of three young people. jones is trying to find a solution, attack is highly likely. and he says he will hire a went through, 2015 to 2016 where our correspondent chris relationships between communities, they had the bataclan shootings, psychologist. england already use a this is a multicultural and multi page is in cookstown. psychologist. england already use a psychologist in mark edmonson who is a performance expert. they have also what is happening there? that is an largest country, 17 million people charlie hebdo before it and then the used jeremy snape in the past, so the population. utrecht is one of track shootings in nice. the this is nothing new. but eddiejones is ata the population. utrecht is one of netherlands has remained pretty incredibly sombre mood here and this is nothing new. but eddiejones is at a loss as to why many rugby the main cities along with amsterdam isolated from it. in september, they and rotterdam and the hague, players go into their shells and had what they described as a foiled
cookstown this morning, a bank lose control of a game and a lead. holiday mandate here in northern ireland the day after st patrick's shootings in this country are attack, about seven people that they day and people are just wondering, if england do that at the world cup, normally quite limited to crime believe were part as a cell, they it could be terminal and they could asking how a day that should have be on it could be terminal and they could beona it could be terminal and they could be on a flight time before they have gangs, drug gangs. certainly nothing we re believe were part as a cell, they been such a celebration and fun were all arrested and they found got started. no frailties in the bomb—making equipment and fertiliser like this in recent memory. which could have been used to make a turned into something so horrific. welsh side, the impressive welsh the police are currently looking at car bomb. so they are on alert, too, defence, which saw them win the six nations and the grand slam. a but they have not had the same kind special day with a homecoming for earlier we spoke to robert versteeg who picked his girlfriend charlotte up of attacks as france and indeed, to cctv to diolch yn fawr footage them to die. i don't think the from the scene. she was travelling on the tram a lesser extent, germany. in terms filmed any hotel which could hold celebrations have stopped, we spoke behind the one where to ken 0wens last night for the the shooting started. rugby weekly podcast, out later of community relations, relatively the key to how this started. as you today, i don't think many of the good community relations as we she was going to school and just understand it in the netherlands. wales players had been to bed. they had from the constable, police think that's right, people will be mindful have been enjoying themselves and missed the train and she was just rightfully so. they have been of back in 2004, there was the several hundred people were waiting fantastic and talking about dealing out and i went to pick up and it was with pressure, when you have the to getan several hundred people were waiting to get an to the venue. it is not expectation of a nation on new on controversial film—maker who was grand slam day, that is pressure and killed at that time by a dutch the tram after heart that was being clear that the moment whether there the welsh managed to deal with it muslim, and that was very absolutely fantastically. they have shot, we were at the gas station. we controversial at the time, and a absolutely fantastically. they have heard the story and she was and kind sign of tensions between different we re clear that the moment whether there were more than that waiting to get a hero's welcome at the senate this communities. that was a long time an all—weather venue was under afternoon and they deserve it, they capacity, all that will form part of of shock that she just missed that. ago, and since then, a lot of the police investigation but no have won five games and going ahead matter how the crash happened at is effo rts ago, and since then, a lot of efforts have been made to try and smooth down community relations. and from what you saw at the scene, many devastating news for this community, to the world cup, they look to be a so, just to return it to the hard tea m to the world cup, they look to be a team which is both physically, fa cts
emotionally and mentally seem to be ambulances gathering and police so, just to return it to the hard facts of this morning's incident, it trying to court and of the area, did happened at about 9:45am gmt and ina emotionally and mentally seem to be in a strong place. chris jones are you witness that? we were a few very tight—knit, a very quiet tone. speaking to me a little earlier, look what i present tips have been coming and going making the point what we can for wales, moore that cookstown is not at all used to 10:45am a dutch time. and we believe celebrations to come earlier. —— hearing this sort of news particularly since the northern ireland troubles ended 20 years ago. kilometres from the scene and that a one person is dead, multiple people cannot believe what they have what a weekend for wales, more injuries but we don't know how many? heard overnight that two boys and a lot of police helicopters and trauma celebrations earlier. that's all the sport for now. indeed. three trauma helicopters girl, to 17—year—olds and a three teenagers have died helicopters because multiple people have been sent to the scene, but so 16—year—old lost their lives last in what appears to have been a crush at a hotel holding a st patrick's day party have been shot and not yet confirmed far, it looks likejust night. very distressing for everyone in northern ireland. have been sent to the scene, but so far, it looks like just one fatality, eye witnesses have police say two boys, aged 16 and 17, dead on the scene. we saw some and a 17 year—old girl died described seeing the area around involved particularly the friends and family of those youngsters, and after a major incident this tram cordoned off and a white in the greenvale hotel pictures on the news but apart from tent over what we presume is a body in cookstown in county tyrone. that i cannot confirm anything. we some of those who have their last a number of other teenagers have also been treated in hospital. eight are no witnesses and some of earlier, assistant chief constable are also feeding from police that of who was killed. thank you for their actual injured as well. that mark hamilton gave this update. joining us. we will come back to an extensive police investigation's now begun to try and establish they are not at this point ruling is right. if there about several what has happened here. out the possibility of a terrorist this story, but now let's turn to events in northern ireland. 0ur preliminary investigations show three teenagers have died hundred people here as thought last mutton. —— motive. in what appears to have been that there was a crush towards the front door a crush at a hotel holding a st patrick's day party night then you would imagine there of this hotel. in northern ireland. police say two boys, aged 16 and 17, area large in that crush, people out the possibility of a terrorist mutton. -- motive. it may be a seem to have fallen. and a 17 year—old girl died we are examining now to see night then you would imagine there after a major incident are a large number of eyewitnesses. if the people who have fallen in the greenvale hotel are those who were deceased. in cookstown in county tyrone. there seems to have been a little follow—up of retribution from that the police have said they are very a number of other teenagers have bit of struggling going on to get conscious that as well as those attack but that is studied and also been treated in hospital. eyewitnesses having important people up off the ground, information, they may well have been and that might explain also why rumours at the moment that they are councillor trevor wilson exposed to very traumatic scenes. an there was a report of some fighting. still and the city on outside the from mid ulster district council,
experienced paramedic said his team city. the attack happened near the a major investigation team which includes cookstown, has been appointed now, told me earlier that the local under a senior investigating officer, to investigate entrance to a highway that goes to community is rallying around to provide support for anyone we re very experienced paramedic said his team were very well—trained for instances the circumstances of this. amsterdam of the southern part of impacted by the tragedy. like these but whenever one actually the netherlands so that is not happens there is a limit to how well a full investigation you can be prepared for that. last we are a local and small community is now under way. really clarity about what is going who will rally together to help night when emergency services were i can confirm also that a major the families however we can. incident was declared last night called a whole range of agencies by our partner agencies. came, firefighters, paramedics, last night, tragically, doctors and police officers within full command structures were put on. in place across the police three young people lost their lives service and other agencies and a multi—agency response but quite a number of other young 23 minutes and shortly after that was coordinated, to ensure primarily that all those who were injured people witnessed what took place when they discovered they were dealing with a very serious incident or dying were removed from the scene and any support or help they need three teenagers have died police put out messages on social in what appears to have been i am sure will be given to them. and got the care that they needed. a crush at a hotel hosting media appealing for parents to come do you have a sense of what help also to commence an investigation. a st patrick's day party and pick up their children at in northern ireland. police say two boys, aged 16 and 17, unfortunately, three are dead, and a 17—year—old girl that might be at this point? the last person died this died during the incident another hotel across the road from morning, unfortunately, in the greenvale hotel i do not but i am sure that here people could wait until they in cookstown in county tyrone. came to be picked up. police also with his parents near him. a number of other teenagers have counselling will be offered to any also been treated in hospital. and one other person young person or anybody saying parents should talk to young remains in hospital, chi chi izundu reports. who witnessed anything a 16—year—old female, it was supposed to be a night of celebration but instead at all last night. but fortunately, she is in a stable a st patrick's day party people but what here last night and ended in tragedy. condition and we are very hopeful three teenagers, two when calls started to come that she will make a recovery. boys and a girl, dead. at around 9:30pm last in to me about a major encourage them to talk to the incident at this hotel, back now to the breaking night the police service i went down to the scene. news of a shooting in of northern ireland declared the police had called police, also saying if they have any footage or pictures on mobile phones the dutch city of utrecht — that should not post it on social one person has been killed a multi—agency major incident an emergency incident,
media but give it to detectives who there was quite a number are trying to work out what of ambulance personnel happened. thank you. and sent out a tweet urging parents let's speak to dr to come and collect their children there, police personnel nigel ruddell who is we are trying to chase some the acting medical director from an event at the greenvale hotel and of course the fire brigade. at northern ireland ambulance journalists, police are trying to service, hejoins us catch the gunman who is on the run, they all acted in a very from our belfast newsroom. on the outskirts of cookstown. what can you add at this point? we professional manner thatis a16 yearold girl catch the gunman who is on the run, that is the latest. we can speak now is in stable condition and through all this as well, in hospital whilst a further two teenagers have been the staff of the hotel treated for injuries. started receiving 999 calls to the the psni have launched a major who had to deal with this investigation and say amiens service at about 9:26pm last to michael, a journalist in utrecht. they are looking into reports and the aftermath as well. that there were several hundred thank you for talking to us, editor people queueing to get eight and receiving multiple calls to the hotel. there was some into the hotel resulting in a crush. a mother who drowned her three year of the local newspaper utrecht at the moment we are of an open old daughter in the bath confusion and exec for what had central. what can you tell us? good mind, certainly from viewing some has been sentenced happened but it was evident there of the cctv looks like just a crowd to life imprisonment. to speak to you today, all i can say of young people, a large crowd we re happened but it was evident there were a number of patients and a is that i was just driving home back pushing up against the front 36 year old claire colebourn killed her daughter bethan from my girlfriend's house, and i at their family home of the hotel to get an to an event. in fordingbridge in hampshire. critical condition shall be she told the trial she hadn't responded with a lot of resources to noticed one of the roads was blocked wanted the child to be the scene, we said six ambulances, people then seem to have fallen on the way to my home, which is near and been crushed but i would urge anywhere near her father to rapid response cows and following the break up of her marriage. you use some caution, that is what we are looking the incident. i had to take another prehospital emergency doctors and at the minute, trying to see why found three patients were in a route to get home, and a little bit this crush occurred. let's speak to steve humphrey who's critical condition but tragically police are now asking parents they have died. we took another at winchester crown court. annoyed, so i took another route, i to speak to their children to come was on my way home, almost at the forward and also to anyone who may what can you tell us, steve? well, a have filmed anything not to post on social media but to send it patient to hospital with other building, and a couple of ambulances passed me by. at first it was one, i to them to help with their enquiry. injuries from which we hope they very sad and tragic case. will make a full recovery and a this morning a community thought, all right, it isjust one, is still in shock, asking exactly
fifth patient was discharged from no big deal, may be a car accident what happened to cause the deaths three—year—old bethan was described the scene. early reports suggest asa that might have been some fighting three—year—old bethan was described as a lively girl who had endless but that is increasingly on the or something. and then there were a of three young people. couple more ambulances and i others that have passed been energy. her mother, claire, killed thought, 0k, it must be something discounted. the police are sinn finn leader michelle 0'neil her daughter after the tone of her more serious. so i did have kind of said it was crucial to try to understand how the deaths responsible for the investigation marriage. bethan's body was found by and i'm sure this will come out in due course but what we experienced took place her grandmother lying on a wet bed some terrorist motives at that point. then i got home and so it was the not support any evidence of in her home. her mother had taken an violence. there did not support any i think it is difficult, they are insta nt in her home. her mother had taken an instant overdose and intended to such an incident, more serious. what ta ke instant overdose and intended to take her own life. she was revived evidence. also be the traumatic we understand at the moment is that obviously trying to piece together by paramedics. claire cockburn said she held her young daughter under effect of what they have seen, the what has happened, looking at cctv footage. some people have come the water in her bath, because she young people who were around who are multiple injuries and one person is forward with information but i think friends of those who died. it is too early to say what has dead,is didn't want the child to be anywhere multiple injuries and one person is happened. it is important they get near her father after the marriage dead, is that your understanding from the police in utrecht? to the bottom of it and that breakdown, he had moved out of the young people who were around who are friends of those who diedm young people who were around who are friends of those who died. it was a very upsetting scene, a large crowd i cannot confirm that there have something like this is never family's house. —— claire colebourn. of very young people there who been any deaths yet, i can confirm about one week before the incident, that from what i read, that four men dou btless of very young people there who doubtless witnessed some of the repeated. people should come she had researched drowning on the dissertation attempts although the entered the tram, one person was police very quickly shielded them internet. she had woken up her from that. we also had numerous forward , sitting down, he stood up and repeated. people should come forward, even those who adhere last daughter one morning and led her to eight to perhaps underage, families started shooting around. i cannot should not be fearful about coming the bathroom. today, thejudge said forward. today is about establishing say that anybody has been, lost the facts and making sure the police cruise, parents and we find it get to the bottom of it. in the early hours of that morning, the only person from whom bethan their life at this point. someone dr nigel ruddell the difficult to deal with incidents acting medical director of northern ireland's ambulance needed to be protected was her own
like this but we have followed up at else in the car also was involved mother. there was no evidence that the police are contacting local service, spoke to us mrs colebourn had been suffering from a major mental illness, but she schools to follow—up with this somewhere with the shooting, and he children who have been through fled the scene and they are looking did have some dysfunctional for him right now. that is pretty there was some confusion personality traits. the judge said rheumatic experience what can you that mrs colebourn should have asked much all i can say, i was not in the in the calls coming in for exeactly what had happened but it was evident herfamily say to reassure large groups of that mrs colebourn should have asked her family and friends for help there were a number of patients tram myself or nearby when the it was a very upsetting scene, after she started suffering from an a large crowd of very young people emotional roller—coaster in the incident happened, i am just basing there who doubtless witnessed some aftermath of that marriage young people gathering together? say to reassure large groups of young people gathering together7m isa this on dutch news articles i am of the resuscitation attempts breakdown. in a statement released young people gathering together7m is a story which will be concerning although the police very quickly many p. this is a very rare event in reading right now. shielded them from that. in the past couple of hours, we also had numerous crews, as we understand it, the police are we are parents and we find it bethan's father, michael, said this, difficult to deal with incidents telling schools to keep their doors my beautiful daughter has been taken like this but we have followed up from me in such a cold and callous with them and the police closed. are contacting local schools northern ireland, i cannot think of to follow—up with those manner at the very hands of the one yes, i cannot really comment on children who have been anything like this happening but we through a traumatic experience. other person that should have that, there has been an increase in 0ur correspondent chris have to say to people when they go protected her and kept her safe. the out for the night especially if it page is in cookstown. judge said that mr colebourn was in is to venues where there is alcohol the risk level to level five, it the scene at the moment is that a to be sensible and patient and look no way responsible for what after themselves and also each happened. mrs colebourn showed no must be a quite serious level. for other. thank you. emotion as she was sentenced to life quiet, hard to believe such an imprisonment. she was told that she unspeakable tragedy happened here the rest, i have not heard that we last night. this is a bank holiday must serve at least 18 years in need to close our doors or something prison before she can be considered in northern ireland and people he in that direction yet, but it is had an cookstown, usually a very for release. from winchester crown court, back to you. thank you, just advisable not to go near the quiet place had been trying to come scene at this point. anything could to terms with what happened, the steve.
news they were waking up to this one of the most contentious issue morning. police have cordoned off in the brexit negotiations has been a developing news story, a shooting how to maintain an open border the area of the hotel, about 300 and the dutch city of utrecht. happen, there could be a couple more on the island of ireland this month, geeta guru—murthy is on the road, people active, there could be, i'm yards from me at the front of the finding out how brexit affects police confirm there are multiple different parts of the uk. not saying there are, but it would she's been to the northern irish be best to take safety precautions building where these three teenagers border to understand the role it plays in people's lives. injuries, it happened on a tram and not do something silly as to go sustained fatal injuries last night. let's speak to my colleague geeta guru murthy who is police think there was some sort of in belfast for us now. to the scene or be at the wrong about 90 minutes ago. the area has crush, they are not quite so sure been cordoned off, trauma place at the wrong time. helicopters helicopter is a sense to how that happened but they are provide assistance. the police have been asking the public to clear the michael, thank you forjoining us thank you, carry, we are in belfast from utrecht. we can also speak to looking at cctv footage which was roads so they can get emergency ca ptu red looking at cctv footage which was captured by cameras and the hotel just outside the city hall. northern trying to find out what led to such vehicles through and police have ireland voted to remain by a also said that as a possible another gentleman, robert, who terrorist motive. we are hoping to picked up his girlfriend from the scene. majority of 56%, and it has been picked up his girlfriend from the scene. she was on the tram behind, speak to a reporter and the a tragic event last night. the very polarising as elsewhere across netherlands as soon as we can. the uk. the added point about robert? yes she was. actually, she politics here is that it also can was going to school and she just emergency services rescued very threaten the peace and stability new zealand's prime ministerjacinda quickly, notjust ardern says her cabinet has missed the tram that was shot. i got emergency services rescued very quickly, not just police emergency services rescued very quickly, notjust police but paramedics, doctors and members of that was so hard won by the good reached a decision in principle the fire and rescue service and as on changing the country's gun laws, you are feeling even senior friday agreement 21 years ago. it is following friday's mass shooting to pick her up and it was not at two mosques which left paramedics and police officers said potently felt and very toxic down at 50 people dead. in all their many years of experience dealing with very hundreds of students have come confirmed that it was the tram after together in christchurch difficult events this scene and the border between the north and her that had been shot, it was a few south, and that is where we went to pay tribute to those particular was very distressing. we who lost their lives. yesterday to get a sense of what 0ur correspondent rupert minutes later when we were at the people there want now. gas station. we heard the story and the st patrick's day parade wingfield—hayes has more. had from michelle 0'neill saying in newry, a small town
in northern ireland on the border at the cashmere high school of course, she was in shock that she those families should may have with the south, with people used in christchurch, it has been a grim to crossing it all the time. return to class today. a hard border would disrupt two children from this school just missed that. are among the dead from friday's inhibitions about their children the current ease of daily having been under age, this to what attacks on the city's mosques. and from what you saw at the scene, them to come forward and give life and people's jobs. whatever eyewitness evidence they it wasn't always like this. we we re one is 16—year—old hamza mustafa. can. the police have said they do the memory of the violent past and from what you saw at the scene, we were just hearing from michael, many ambulances gathering and police is still fresh in the minds of many. his family fled the war not believe that this st patrick's are trying to court and of the area, they fear customs checks in syria, they arrived could become a target, here in christchurch only last year. did you witness that yourself? disco that was happening was billed needing police and then military protection, escalating principal mark wilson has spent to the dark days of the past. we were a few kilometres from the the morning helping his students understand what has happened. asa scene we were a few kilometres from the scene in a house, and there are a i cross the border, yeah, this is not an act of nature. disco that was happening was billed lot of police helicopters in the air as a teenager disco, a young person the company i work for, in particular, this is an act of, right now. there are multiple people disco so it could have been a people we would have a lot of staff cross you know, human hatred the border as well. and ignorance and aggression. where they are under 18 then they we re where they are under 18 then they were officially underage but the so there's that uncertainty, is who have been shot and a not police are very keen to just find and i think that does out what happened here so they have brexit going to impact that as well? mean that the nature made a few very specific appeals it will be very difficult, of what we are dealing this morning. they have said that confirmed death on the scene. we saw especially for younger people, with is sometimes actually harder for the last 30 years they've had to comprehend and harder some pictures on the news, but apart pa rents this morning. they have said that to actually understand, parents who know their children when the freedom of walking that someone could actually do from that, i cannot confirm backwards and forwards. and behave in this way. anything. robert, we are also they should talk to their children and we could start to have as schools broke up this afternoon, checkpoints on the border. hundreds and hundreds of students i mean up there, a mile up the road, hearing from police that they are from across the city gathered not ruling out the possibility of a and encourage them to go to the in a park opposite the al noor terrorist motives at this point. you had the army permanently there. police and tell them what happened mosque, where the first and they have also said that if anybody has any photos or videos on attack took place. yeah, you would think that after to be stopped by men holding guns what happened in new zealand, it may their phones off what happened last eight to should not push them on and opening a window and explaining after a horrific event, social media sites, instead they too
it is great to see that we are not be a follow—up or a retribution from should give them to detectives to what you're doing and them looking investigating this. the assistant turning to hatred, we are not that attack, but it is all stories police constable said these three into your boot, and you trying turning to darkness, but we are young people who have died deserve a to understand what's going on, uniting for love and peace. and there are rumours going around full enquiry, the families deserve it's not something that as we learn more about the victims i want my daughter and son at the moment. rumours that they are to be brought into. of this terrible crime, to know exactly what happened and so people need to work together we found that they age from 77 still in the city, outside the city, thatis to know exactly what happened and to make that not happen. that is going to be the focus of the to just three years old. police and the days ahead. if there's going to be customs, they came from bangladesh the attack happened near an entrance it could probably be back toa the attack happened near an entrance to a highway that goes to amsterdam to the soldiers and that standing and pakistan, egypt and somalia. again, checking your cars, or the southern part of the some were even recent refugees checking you every time you leave. netherlands. so there is not really new zealand's prime ministerjacinda from the war in syria, ardern says her cabinet and they all chose to come has reached a decision— so you're going to be in principle — to change constantly be worrying here to christchurch for the very any clarity about what is going on the country's gun laws, about soldiers all the time. reason that it is so safe. right now. and the police are saying following friday's mass shooting so you're not really going to... at two mosques which left 50 people dead. people from england don't understand the city's students lit hundreds of students have come candles to represent light together in christchurch really what it's like to live here. to pay tribute to those you need to look at a map overcoming darkness, that as far as they know, and they who lost their lives. love overcoming hate. 0ur correspondent rupert to even realise that this wingfield—hayes has more. is an international border once again, christchurch is showing are the best authority on this, the at the cashmere high school between northern ireland in christchurch, it has been a grim and the republic in the south. the world it will not be defined return to class today. if brexit happens, it will be part by horrific crimes committed two children from this school gunman, or gunman plural are still are among the dead from friday's of the only land border on the loose. there are eye between the uk and the eu. here on friday. attacks on the city's mosques. one is 16—year—old hamza mustafa. at present, apart from a few signs theresa may is hoping to persuade conservative rebels about where to change your money, and the dup to back her brexit deal witnesses that said there were his family fled the war there's very little evidence of any in syria, they arrived border at all. multiple shooters, there were here in christchurch only last year. it is completely open before holding a third vote eyewitnesses that said they were in in the house of commons. ca rs and free—flowing. eyewitnesses that said they were in cars and took the cars and drove principal mark wilson has spent the morning helping his students the prime minister will only do off. but since this location is near across to the east coast so if she's confident understand what has happened. of a win, but writing fishing town of kilkeel, in the daily telegraph, this is not an act of nature. many fishermen voted for brexit the former foreign secretary, a highway, ishould off. but since this location is near a highway, i should think that they in particular, this is an act of, but now there's frustration.
borisjohnson said it would be went to the highway towards "absurd" to hold a vote before you know, human hatred the deal that theresa may further negotiations with eu and ignorance and aggression. is proposing at the present leaders on thursday. amsterdam. it is very kind of you to and i think that does minute in time is that, 0ur assistant political editor norman smith mean that the nature like a half brexit, is in westminster. join us, a very confusing moment and of what we are dealing the way i understand it. with is sometimes actually harder so that the southern, very worrying for all residents of to comprehend and harder to actually understand, the eu government can dictate utrecht, it is kind of you to speak that someone could actually do i would like to bring you up to to us. we are having difficulties and behave in this way. the law and we will not have a say with the line, so i think we will as schools broke up this afternoon, in it, as such, it will be proxy leave it there. we will come back to speed but i am facing confusion and hundreds and hundreds of students government, or a proxy state if that a lack of clarity. we have some would be the right word. from across the city gathered events in a utrecht when we get some trying to avoid a hard border, in a park opposite the al noor the other way that europe can brexiteers adamant they are going to more clarity. but now let's move on mosque, where the first to brexit. protect its single market is to put foot stone mrs may's deal and others attack took place. more checks between northern ireland one of the most contentious issues who seem to be wobbling. we do not after a horrific event, and the rest of the uk — in the brexit negotiations has been how to maintain an open border it is great to see that we are not effectively across the irish sea. on the island of ireland. know whether there will be a turning to hatred, we are not the complexities of avoiding this month, the bbc‘s geeta guru—murthy is on the road, turning to darkness, but we are all these choices is partly what has meaningful vote number three this finding out how brexit affects uniting for love and peace. different parts of the uk. made brexit so difficult. week on the government will decide she's been to the northern irish as we learn more about the victims border to understand the role it of this terrible crime, not to go for it and if they do go plays in people's lives and work. we found that they age from 77 to just three years old. they came from bangladesh and pakistan, egypt and somalia. just to pick up on that, the for it to be related not know whether mrs may has any chance of fishermen that you saw there told us winning eight and i suppose we do thank you very much, we are in some were even recent refugees that if there was a no—deal brexit, not absolutely know that brexit is belfast just outside the from the war in syria, going to happen. pretty much if there is no solution other than anything could happen over the next thank you very much, we are in belfastjust outside the city hall. and they all chose to come northern ireland is very much a that, he would be losing 100s —— centre it now of this whole brexit here to christchurch for the very fortnight albeit the foreign reason that it is so safe. secretaryjeremy fortnight albeit the foreign secretary jeremy hunt sounding argument, will the dup give the hundreds of pounds a day due to the fortnight albeit the foreign secretaryjeremy hunt sounding a bit more confident. the city's students lit government their support? northern
candles to represent light i think there are some cautious overcoming darkness, changes of the regulation system. we signs of encouragement. also met a farmer who wouldn't be we have got people ireland voted 56% to remain, but the love overcoming hate. like matthew elliott, filmed, a lot of people didn't want who led the vote leave campaign, backstop issue has been pivotal and once again, christchurch is showing esther mcvey, norman lamont, to be filmed living on the border, strong critics of the deal who now so the world it will not be defined backstop issue has been pivotal and so far, very difficult to resolve. i by horrific crimes committed say they will support it. went to the border to see what he told us he had farmed sheep, he there is more work to do. people there think now. here on friday. had sheep on both sides of the the risk of no deal, as far the st patrick's day parade in newry, a small town border, crossing the border at as the uk parliament has concerned, in northern ireland on the border more on today's main stories coming up on newsroom live with the south, with people used several times a day. yet, just a few has receded somewhat but the risk to crossing it all the time. here on the bbc news channel, but now we say goodbye yea rs several times a day. yet, just a few years ago, you didn't dare walk of brexit paralysis has not. a hard border would disrupt to viewers on bbc two. around that area safely, there would that is not what people the current ease of daily life and people's jobs. be gunman in hiding, lots of at home want, they want this deal to be sorted, it wasn't always like this. military checkpoints there as well they want us to get on and leave the memory of the violent past and an army base. so people are let's get the latest on the shooting the eu in accordance is still fresh in the minds of many. really worried about a return to with the referendum result they fear customs checks could in the dutch city of utrecht. so we will be redoubling 0ur correspondent gavin lee that threat, and it is real and very our efforts this week. become a target, needing police and then military protection, is following events — present for many people in that will the meaningful area. iam vote happen tomorrow? escalating to the dark he's in brussels. we hope so, but we need to be days of the past. present for many people in that area. i am nowjoined present for many people in that area. iam nowjoined by somebody else who grew up in newry. you are confident we will get the numbers. so a huge amount of work i cross the border, yeah, is the latest? we have just had from the company i work for, is going on with colleagues, we would have a lot of staff cross from a campaign group and you want a the border as well. second referendum. you are only 24 with the dup, and also so there's that uncertainty, is the national security coordinator in yea rs second referendum. you are only 24 with the conservative party. years old, the good friday agreement brexit going to impact that as well? was 21 years ago, i was here we are going to be doing everything it will be very difficult, the national security coordinator in the netherlands and the are saying covering it then. do you even we possibly can because this especially for younger people, remember the troubles and is that is what people voted for and this this has all the characteristics of is what we are committed for the last 30 years they've had a terrorist attack. we are waiting something that you feel is a real for more information on the next to delivering. the freedom of walking couple of minutes there should be a threat? i honestly don't, i have backwards and forwards. press co nfe re nce and we could start to have couple of minutes there should be a press conference by the dutch centre
checkpoints on the border. sisters who remember the violence i mean up there, a mile up the road, for counterterrorism. the dutch prime ministerjust before the of andi sisters who remember the violence and i live half a mile from the meanwhile mixed signals from border, so anybody living in that committed brexiteers. we have seen you had the army permanently there. community is aware of the past that happened there. as a young person some coming on board behind the to be stopped by men holding guns living in northern ireland, i have deal, then boris johnson from weekly coalition meetings, he no idea what that was like. i think and opening a window and explaining for a lot of people, there is a some coming on board behind the deal, then borisjohnson this morning fulminating against it, said he's waiting for more massive fear that there will be a accusing mrs may of collaborating on what you're doing and them looking information but he is deeply bodied return to that, and i think for a about what he is heeding so far. at into your boot, and you trying lot of people, the threat of the sabotage of brexit. jacob to understand what's going on, violence is still very real living it's not something that 10:45am time, and the main square in i want my daughter and son to be brought into. rees—mogg i thought sounding a bit so people need to work together on the border. and any structural more wobbly. to make that not happen. difference that there is now on the i'm waiting to see if there's going to be customs, friction is border is worrying for what the dup will do. it could probably be back utrecht, a tram, eyewitnesses say young people. you met michel barnier the deal still very bad deal, to the soldiers and that standing it doesn't deliver on the promises a couple of weeks ago and he again, checking your cars, they have multiple gunshots fired, of the conservative party manifesto. guaranteed you that the backstop and it doesn't deliver checking you every time you leave. on the referendum result in full. so you're going to be would remain lots of people we have the question people like me constantly be worrying been speaking to here say they want will ultimately have to answer about soldiers all the time. one person reportedly killed, so you're not really going to... multiple injured, police not the backstop. we met him as young is can we get to no deal instead. confirming how many, simply saying people from england don't understand people and we said that throughout if we can get to no deal instead there are reports of one person the negotiations, northern irish that is a better option, really what it's like to live here. dead. a number injured. the suspect young people have been treated as a it means we will have left and we will have restored our you need to look at a map bargaining chip, and i thinka to even realise that this young people have been treated as a bargaining chip, and i think a lot of features have been used, the nation's independence. is an international border between northern ireland according to the national terrorism but i'm concerned that the prime and the republic in the south. coordinator who is leading the way border has been mentioned as a minister in spite of her previous with information is still not stumbling block, that is not the if brexit happens, it will be part case, it is young people's lives and commitments is determined to stop no of the only land border caught, there is a raid going on deal, that she has come between the uk and the eu. people who are living here. he very very close to the centre of utrecht, much reassured us that the young to the conclusion that it is either her deal or some form of remaining. at present, apart from a few signs people of northern ireland would be i think a two—year extension about where to change your money, protected as with the good friday there's very little evidence of any
is basically remaining a couple of blocks away there are agreement on the backstop. some border at all. anti—terror officers at one people might say is it really a in the european union so those it is completely open particular property searching for thread that you would go back to the are the considerations people and free—flowing. dark days, there might be a small have to think through. but if we could get to no deal that the suspect. still no more detail dissident level of activity, but is from the security agents is whether across to the east coast it is one person or two, multiple fishing town of kilkeel, that just an exaggeration would be the best option. dissident level of activity, but is thatjust an exaggeration threat? many fishermen voted for brexit coming from the border, i don't think so. i know a lot of people who are we seeing a softening in the but now there's frustration. have met with people who have said the deal that theresa may reports across social media and in ra nks is proposing at the present the cars couple of minutes a warning if there is one camera placed, one are we seeing a softening in the ra n ks of are we seeing a softening in the ranks of the european research minute in time is that, from the police not to distribute research group and other brexiteers? like a half brexit, the way iamjoined by information with a vital false guard, one checkpoint, that is research group and other brexiteers? i am joined by the eurosceptic i understand it. really the ignition to start conservative mp peter bone. how so that the southern, details being treated and we have violence. in northern ireland, that is something that everybody has to the eu government can dictate seen details being treated and we have seen this carried out of the back of be really aware of, that there is a the law and we will not have a say a number of big incidents. the other real threat of violence and the crucial is their decision? the dup point is the province of utrecht, an in it, as such, it will be proxy people's lives are really at risk. government, or a proxy state if that idiot 35 miles south of amsterdam, thank you forjoining us. the would be the right word. it is now considered the highest have ten votes and it is an campaign group who want a second important part of it, they were ten trying to avoid a hard border, level, level five when it comes to the other way that europe can public vote on brexit. back to you, people who voted against last time, anti—terrorist precautions. this is protect its single market is to put more checks between northern ireland and the rest of the uk — carrie. if they switch votes that could seen as anti—terrorist precautions. this is seen as critical, that they fear effectively across the irish sea. that as a threat of an imminent and the latest from utrecht, the change it by ten but i am not sure terrorist attack, that is so serious the complexities of avoiding counterterror and the latest from utrecht, the cou nterterror force and the latest from utrecht, the the softening is right because i counterterror force from the think whatjacob the softening is right because i think what jacob was saying was no all these choices is partly what has netherlands say that shooting took deal is better than a bad deal but a made brexit so difficult. they are taking this with the place at several locations this suspect still not being caught. and morning in the city. the bad deal as worse than staying presumably as a result of the level being raised security has been indefinitely in the eu. there is no stepped up at major buildings and suggestion any beer that that is a transport hubs. we have seen footage counterterrorism agency declined to comment on the number injured or support for revoking article 50 so iam now
i am now joined i am nowjoined in belfast by of the whole area completely what condition victims were in, but ifi support for revoking article 50 so professor duncan morrow. how much is he did say that the suspect is still if i interpret what he is saying he cordoned off, police officers at large, and that a major police the politics of brexit threatening will vote against and we should come political stability and peace here? running in the area and certainly operation is under way in an attempt out on the 29th of march on a no it is one of the really big deal basis. we know parliament has eclectic activity right now as the to close down in this situation. polarising issues, and if we had search goes on. schools in the area there is a raid taking place on a have been closed as well. the other something like a hard brexit that location very close to the square would be polarised, but there is voted against a no deal, mrs may is point worth raising is a massive also great polarisation over the where the attack on the tram withdrawal agreement on backstop, wa nt of intent on going to the eu council on and at the moment, we don't have an thursday and getting a delay so how happened. that is currently cordoned point worth raising is a massive want of caution, clearly the prime do you get to no deal? parliament, assembly, so political stability is at stake in northern ireland. do you minister has said this is a deep two thuds of conservative mps voted concern with the characteristics of off by police, of course. so what we a terrorist attack, very few bits of think the dup will ultimately back know is that a gunman opened fire on the government this week? think the dup will ultimately back the government this week7m think the dup will ultimately back the government this week? it is difficult to say at this point, a tram in the city of utrecht. we against any extension passed the because the calculations are very information as to exactly what has difficult. for the dup to back the happened. but the netherlands is one believe they killed at least one 29th of march. parliament cannot person and injured several others. deal, they need to know that of the places looking back in europe armed police are in the area as you force m rs northern ireland will be in the same over the past few years, we have step as the rest of the uk, and that can see, helicopters are overhead, 29th of march. parliament cannot seen over the past few years, we have seen big terrorist incidents then force mrs may to do anything. the is difficult for the conservatives. trauma helicopters evacuating the so exactly what deal that will suit brussels, barcelona, paris, injured. mosques have been manchester, in number of foiled only person who could get an both sides of the coalition is plots and horns particularly in evacuated, schools have been extension on extension as mrs may. instructed to keep doors closed, amsterdam. seven arrests last year she is under no obligation to do so difficult to see. what pressure are airports are on high security and andi the dup coming under here from their the threat level across the she is under no obligation to do so and i hope what she will do is say we have tried very hard to get my netherlands has been raised to level deal through, clearly that cannot go supporters? they are very invested we will told in connection with a through so we're now going to come five, which is its highest. we will out on a no deal basis on the 29th
in stopping the backstop, but there major planned attack but the dutch of march as i have promised 100 and have been vocal elephants of the keep you posted on developments in its times and the house of commons will stop she has said fl deal unionist coalition, particularly utrecht as the hours go by. one of doesn't get through the eu will security services have been praised for the way they have managed their offer a long delay so what did you around business —— vocal elements, do about that? she would say that to they say they need the deal and the intelligence efforts in the region but this is annoying going incident with a terror raid at a property close to be of the attack happened try to get mps to vote for a deal withdrawal agreement. so if the dup going on no. say they have enough and they will britain's most controversial but if you said two thirds of a support the government now, would landlords is selling his properties. party said we cannot go past the he is refusing to rent his houses to 29th and the prime ministers titus a they bring their people with them deal that is for a two—year people on single hours contracts, or extension, i do not think it will here? would they have been seen to have done enough?” to those on benefits, and he says he just be conservative mps voting here? would they have been seen to have done enough? i think that against that i think labour as well. depends on what the deal is, it would not just be will retire. charities say his depends on what the deal is, it would notjust be for money, they would notjust be for money, they would have to be able to show they career highlight the disproportionate power which private have achieved some of the girls, landlords have. i think that is absolutely not on particularly in the relation to the the cards. the british people voted to come out of the eu, we cannot he says he'll make millions. lock step with great britain, third and final time have an extension that would take us staying on the same terms and living at £200,000, i'm selling. to five years past when the it's yours, sir. referendum was. it is just not going on the same terms as the rest of the fergus wilson and his wife to happen. the argument of some judith own around 300 uk. that means tying the uk to the properties across kent. single market during the period of brexiteers as it is not a great they were offering 195. situation, be a not enthused about the backstop. it is difficult to see the deal but taking the risk that how the conservatives will accept i've said no. parliament will not back delay, is that. it does create a difficulty, it is expected to the team will be he is going back, and i said everything that is a concession for if they go over 200, to escape because brexit itself could be lost. there is too risky. the dup position, which is we would consider it. tightening the relationship between renamed team in the us. roddy northern ireland and great britain michael wright says his best is yet it would have to be 200. to come after running for the first is more difficult for the time ina conservatives. whether they can find to come after running for the first time in a year. he won the players street by street, their empire championship and followed up often
something that satisfies both sides dubbed the unofficial fifth major that was when there was a are difficult at this stage. going is being sold off. possibility of parliament taking due to the strength of the field. it over the process they switched their beyond this stage, supposing the votes. there is no not enough time good morning, mr wilson. good morning to you. withdrawal agreement passes, a continues has a superb start to the we are going to have to sell up. norway or canada style deal, the dup it is terrible for people between now and the 29th for that to finishing in the top six in all the such as yourself. limits he has played an, a good time and the erg are in different places fergus wants to sell properties to buyers who will retain happen. f mrs may gets an extension on that, do you think the dup will to hit form with the masters just a the tenants but some will be evicted and there is a bill or whatever of have a say on that? i think there month away, the one title he needs and for a landlord, that is not course the remainder parliament would have to, because they are to co m plete month away, the one title he needs to complete the career grandson. a difficult process. could try and stop what the british important to the coalition of westminster. as long as they are pa rt westminster. as long as they are month away, the one title he needs to complete the career grandsonm basically we have two types people want but that can only happen part of that coalition, they will be i concentrate on what i can do, good of tenants, those who agree pivotal. but we don't really know with me and ex—tenants. what the negotiations are going to look like on the other side of a most tenants are on six if mrs may on her own decides she golf and attitude takes care of the and 12 months contracts, withdrawal deal, we are just at this wa nts to if mrs may on her own decides she wants to go and ask for an stage trying to work the legal arrest and fa go to agusta with a and once they are up, extension. she is under no a landlord can evict them with no obligation to do so. my advice to framework. thank you forjoining us similar growth came to know and the reason with just two months' notice. the prime minister would be to go to see the eu on thursday and see if attitude i have shown a thick i will from ulster university. we will see ellen lives on a street where fergus she can negotiate a transition period of nine months, a standstill what emerges in the coming days and owns all the houses. whilst become out on an easier basis have a great chance the millwall see whether that vote does happen on 0ur life depends on whether they the withdrawal agreement tomorrow. and that is something that the eu sell or whether they stay privately have said they are going to do, they will not say it publicly in a moment we'll have manager refused to do size his and we have no say in it all the business news, goalkeeper after a terrible mistake whatsoever, no security. until we decide what we are going to but first, the headlines on bbc news: just across the road, do with the video. all options seem cost them a place in the semifinals wayne and charlotte have already dutch police have stepped up been given an eviction notice. of the fa cup. 2-1 up in the 95th security across the country to be on the table, what to think after a gunman opened fire on a tram realistically the likely outcome? they complained about a rent rise. in the city of utrecht. minute, he made that mistake and they were happy to pay so long to be on the table, what to think realistically the likely outcome7m is impossible to predict but i've as some minor repairs were made
it's feared one person is dead. police confirm three teenagers have but fergus send them died following a crush at a st patrick's day party a section 21 eviction notice. had to say which is the favourite, in county tyrone. brighton ultimately won on new zealand's prime minister penalties. they will play manchester says her government will move how did that make you feel? quickly to toughen the country's gun really angry. city. the draw for the women's why? laws following the deadly attack we have a piece of legislation, a on mosques in christchurch. because we were planning to live law that says we are coming out on competition was made this monitor, the 29th of march and have somebody the standard tie the holders chelsea here for a few years and save up does not do something about that that will happen so that must be the drawn away to manchester city and enough for a mortgage. favourite position. thank you. we eddie pete of last season's are in such extraordinary uncertain now it's time for semifinal. the other tie as reading times with no sign whether number your business news. but now we are moving again. a payment processing firm that used it has put us back. to be owned by royal bank versus west ham united. the games they said to you, "we don't mind of scotland has been sold in a deal paying the rent but can ten will go for it. they seem to worth £32 billion. you do these repairs?" will be played on sunday the 14th of worldpay has been bought hope for dup get on board that will by us—based fidelity national and then you booted them out. provide some movement towards the april with the final at wembley on section 21, and they were gone. information services. saturday the 11th of may. a lovely that is a revenge deal but no sign yet of what the dup eviction, isn't it? the firm provides electronic no. i gave section 21 because from years payments services and also software for the finance industry. study from the tennyson indian of experience, if people complain are going to do it so we are watching and waiting to see whether jd sports has made an offer to buy about a rent increase one year, the dup support et al. what sort of they complain again the following clothing and shoe retailer impact that has on the brexiteer wells, an 80—year—old wild card who year and the year after that. footasylum for £90.1 million. beat the wooden champion in the section 21 allows you to be pretty brutal, doesn't it? vote. it already owns 18.7% of it, yes. after buying a stake in february. i suppose the truthful answer late last year, footasylum warned final. she takes on a cheque for £1 is yes, i can do what i like. breaking news this morning — of weaker than expected profits million, more than she has one in you don't want me to lie about it we're hearing ‘multiple' people have following poor trading and dress it up, do you? been injured in a shooting over the summer.
no, but it is difficult shares more than halved. if you're a tenant. in the dutch city of utrecht. her entire career to date. more you can do what you like. we can cross o anna budget hotel chain travelodge says landlord rules, not the tenant. later. it's targeting parents theresa may is hoping who want to return to work to fill to persuade conservative rebels and the dup to back her brexit deal holligan in the hague. a potential post—brexit staffing gap before holding a third vote if eu worker numbers fall. in the house of commons. but i think you've worked that out, the prime minister will only do haven't you? a government, a tram, possibly one it plans to open 100 new hotels the wilsons are heading so if she's confident into retirement but the power dead. trauma helicopters have been of private landlords creating 3,000 jobs by 2023, of a win, but writing remains a crucial issue. 10 million people rely on them in the daily telegraph, the former foreign secretary, for a roof over their head. and says it hopes to attract parents borisjohnson said it would be richard bilton, bbc news, kent. deployed and police are asking by offering flexible hours and school hour roles. "absurd" to hold a vote before further negotiations with eu leaders on thursday. people to stay away from the scene. we understand one person has been 0ur assistant political killed according to eyewitness editor norman smith is in westminster. reports. the dutch government is no you can see panorama "britain s most controversial landlord", good morning. tonight at 8.30pm on bbc one. nationwide building society says it you can also catch up meeting, calling together ministers on the bbc iplayer. for a crisis meeting and that is will retain a branch in any town scientists in yorkshire have come or city where it currently has up with a creative way a presence — for at least about all we know from the police at to tackle problems with water the next two years. ican quality in the humber estuary. the moment. there are last tweet the firm, which has around 650 i can tell you no white smoke the yorkshire wildlife trust has spotted anywhere over westminster, re—located hundreds of oysters branches, says the promise from a loch in scotland in the hope no idea whether the government is will apply until may 2021 it will introduce more confirmed that as a possible whether or not there going to go for the vote this week, marine life into the area. terrorist motive. the counter tenor are rival banks and building paul murphy has this report. societies situated there. downing street saying we are not the commitment comes at the mouth of the humber river, amid growing concern over conservationists are building head talking about having crisis continued access to cash — committing to it. no idea whether what they hope will be due to branch closures and a fall a desperate for oyster. in the number cash machines. shellfish were plentiful talks, trauma helicopters, here until the 1950s. eyewitnesses suggesting several joe garner is the chief the dup are getting closer to some
shots fired and the gunmen may have the demands of the dining sort of agreement that would enable delicacy led to overfishing them to back the deal. the only and near extinction. a slide by car. executive of nationwide. little tip v got was from the now they are being sought foreign secretary jeremy little tip v got was from the foreign secretaryjeremy hunt who i do think was sounding a little more for their environmental benefits. good morning to you. why this optimistic. i think there are some cautious it is one of those species where it signs of encouragement. commitment? there is a lot of we have got people creates habitat and it can be like matthew elliott, it seems the gunman or gunmen are uncertainty out there at the moment, who led the vote leave campaign, the first species in nature and every week, there seem to be esther mcvey, norman lamont, still at large. several shots were strong critics of the deal who now heard. still not entirely clear announcements from retailers. we say they will support it. colonised and establish an area. think it is important to provide there is more work to do. confidence to our members, but also the risk of no deal, as far and it is the oysters from this lock whether the shots were fired on to do whatever we can to show our in south—west scotland that board the tram of the tram stop. it confidence in the high street, as the uk parliament has concerned, scientists have their eye on. because we still believe whilst has receded somewhat but the risk happened in utrecht, a city in the eve ryo ne because we still believe whilst everyone wants the latest digital they had been given technologies, we are investing in of brexit paralysis has not. special permission to relocate several hundred. that, too, there is still a role for that is not what people at home want, they want heart of the netherlands saw 9115 this deal to be sorted, gmt, just after russia. no further human community, particularly in the high street. but it isn't cheap, all they want us to get on and leave the eu in accordance the branches come at a cost, a lot with the referendum result there is nothing more natural than an oyster living in the sea. they information is yet from the police, so we will be redoubling of other banks and building our efforts this week. pick up the quality of where they will the meaningful are grown. societies are reducing the number of vote happen tomorrow? the team from yorkshire need to get branches to try and save money. they we hope so, but we need to be just asking people to stay away from say they will pass the savings onto these creatures down to the humber the scene. it is that several people as quickly as possible. customers, you will not be able to confident we will get the numbers. have been injured as well as reports lough ryan is one of the last places of one dead. just before that we do that. there is a difference, we so a huge amount of work in the uk where you can actually get area building leave you to gather more do that. there is a difference, we are a building society, which means natural oysters and there are enough that we don't have shareholders in is going on with colleagues, on them that we can take some the traditional sense. we don't have and bring them back to this site to establish them. information, a question on the with the dup, and all sides context for this. what is the quite the same imperatives to be with the conservative party. six hours and 200 miles later they arrive on the humber growing of stability. we run for the we are going to be doing everything and they have out a new home. security situation like in the benefit of our members and they tell we possibly can because this netherlands? what is the delicious i think it is fantastic.
up netherlands? what is the delicious up between committees like? —— the us that they want us to retain that is what people voted for and this it is innovative and has not been done before. presence. as a lot of our is what we are committed oysters are amazing and they improve competitors have been closing on to delivering. high streets, we have been winning water quality, it will create relationship between the an ecosystem that we do not have. lots of new members as a result. and communities. the ad at the second the access to cash is so important with those branch closures and atm that has been a bit of softening but closures up and down the country. i still a solid block throughout the placed in sacks and attached a metal wondered as well, you said the ten most of what against mrs may's highest level, where an attack is frames they will be covered commitment is for the next two by the tide in a few hours and begin yea rs, commitment is for the next two years, what happens when we get to deal. wallacejohnson this morning to feed again. highly likely. relationships between 2021? we are in an environment where accusing the prime minister of communities, this is a multicultural collaborating on the sabotage of 0ver over the last 100 years, the humber and multi largest country, 70 million people the population. it is difficult to predict two weeks brexit and some seem to be clinging estuary has become heavily utrecht is one of the main cities ahead, let alone two years. we think industrialised. although that has along with amsterdam and rotterdam it isa to the help they can get to march brought with it economic benefits, there has also been an environmental ahead, let alone two years. we think it is a long—term commitment of and the hague. shootings in this where we are. it is impossible to 29, next friday and secure no deal. impact. this scheme is part of a see beyond that, but two years gives country are normally quite limited bigger plan to give nature in this enough certainty and clarity for our 0ne area more of a chance. the 29, next friday and secure no deal. one of the brexiteers this morning to crime gangs and drug gangs. members. it is important for saying he thought no deal was still certainly nothing like this in individuals but also businesses, the most likely outcome. that as you say, are reliant on underwater robotic camera will be recent memory. come back to us as an branches of her cash needs as well. used eventually to monitor the sea bed, in the hope that the oysters you are right, if only we knew what parliament cannot force have encouraged other marine life mrs may to do anything. into the area. some try a single was happening next week never mind the only person who could get an in two years. let's talk about the when you have more intermission. the extension on extension as mrs may. number of people coming into she is under no obligation to do aduu into the area. some try a single adult oyster will filter 100 litres latest we are hearing is that the branches, because you have your own of water a day. if you have a big so and i hope what she will do local media reporting that the research. there are still so is say we have tried very hard important for many people as you to get my oyster reef and some like the say, but are then ported as they deal through, clearly that cannot go suspected gunman has fled the scene once were? i would say they are, but through so we're now going to come humber, will have an impact on the and and is at large according to out on a no deal basis clarity of the water in the humber.
ina once were? i would say they are, but in a different way. less people are on the 29th of march it would be lovely to see it going coming in to take cash out or put as i have promised 108 back to being something that it was cash in. but people may have times and the house of commons. police. 200 years ago, before received an e—mail from a industrialisation. cash in. but people may have received an e—mailfrom a builder it will be many months before and they want to check if it is real scientists can assess the full before they make a transfer of their impact of this project life savings. if they are coming to jeremy corbyn is meeting to try and on the surrounding environment. it is hoped that the creature that check that it is not a fraud or scam, even if they are only coming once existed in huge numbers back to our top story — in oncea here has now begun its comeback. three teenagers have scam, even if they are only coming in once a year, that is a really died following a crush good use of the branch network. so fashion some sort of alternative at a st patrick's day party in county tyrone. still important but for a different brexit deal but he has also not police say two 17—year—olds purpose. thank you forjoining us. ruled out backing a referendum to and a 16—year—old died ensure that this is may's deal could following a major incident at a hotel in cookstown. in a moment it's time for the one let's now speak with it is good to talk to you and hear only get approval if it went through councillor trevor wilson o'clock news with reeta chakrabarti, from mid ulster district council, about the commitment of keeping the but first it's time for a look which covers the cookstown area. only get approval if it went through ona only get approval if it went through on a referendum as well. the man at the weather with nick miller. please accept our condolences, a branches open for the next two behind that as labour mp peter kyle very saturday for you all. yea rs. in other business news we've been following, domino's pizza has rejected claims it misled investors and her confident are you that mr absolutely. the town this morning is over relations with some of the weather is looking quieter this the franchisees who own its outlets. corbyn is billing to throw his ina absolutely. the town this morning is in a state of shock. incident some of the owners who run pa rty‘s week, it won't be flat, or bone dry, happened last night around mein 30 corbyn is billing to throw his party's right corbyn is billing to throw his pa rty‘s right behind corbyn is billing to throw his party's right behind your amendment? but it will be more settled than it the chain's 1,100 stores have been has been recently and far less fighting the company for a greater iam party's right behind your amendment? pm and a lot of people were still in i am completely confident, i spoke stormy as well. light a wind for their beds but when they woke up most of us and temperatures are share of profit. going to be edging upwards. the this morning to hear this tragic tojeremy i am completely confident, i spoke reason for the changes down to the to jeremy last week and i sensed news it is really hot looking. —— jet stream which has been coming they want a bigger slice of the enthusiasm. do not just to jeremy last week and i sensed enthusiasm. do notjust look at his write us at one stage, bringing low once and the ask you days, look at peter! —— slice of the pizza. heartbreaking. as we have been his actions. you spoke absolutely pressure, occasionally stormy forcefully for that last week and weather, but this week, it is dispatch box and five frontbenchers lifting to the north, more of the uk had to resign when they do not
the domino's franchise association follow the on a vote last week. hearing from the scene, it is a very has accused domino's of misinforming falls under the influence of high the city by suggesting that the row jeremy is putting his money where quiet and peaceful community. could be resolved. his mouth as people should focus on hence the settling down. we are not uk based start—up 0neweb has secured £940 million in new funding allowing that. and people would sebi have there yet, though, and across the absolutely. this hotel holding this it to speed up its plans to launch west of the uk, a wet morning with a global high—speed function for st patrick's day to, broadband network. been here many times before, we have outbreaks of rain, still more to the firm said the money been here many times before, we have come this afternoon. the east has meant its 2021 launch been told labour is going to move to there was quite a number of young was now "inevitable". backing a referendum and then been best for sunshine so far, but the funding comes after the company cloud building and some more showers successfully launched doesn't quite do that. if you table its first satellites bowing up cloud building and some more showers people attending and i am speaking popping up here. the lion's share of 110w people attending and i am speaking now as a parent myself and when my for the service last month. sunshine is north—east scotland and eurostar has told passengers only to travel from paris to london this amendment on the meaningful the northern isles. temperatures " if absolutely necessary". vote and if he supports it, is that 7-11, the northern isles. temperatures 7—11, not too far from average for any prospect of it succeeding? children were going to discos and this time of year. tonight, a lot of its services have been hit by delays certainly. this is a backbench drive dancers you would always wish them with long queues due to industrial cloud around, patchy rain and well and behave themselves and come action by french customs officers. and that is power is. i have been drizzle, there will be some clear home safely and unfortunately three spells here and there, also the four trains were cancelled on sunday. meeting with mps across the house chance of some fog patches families today are bidding the grief the firm has also cancelled three that once could not express. —— once developing. temperatures at their trains on monday, two on tuesday lowest throughout parts of eastern scotla nd lowest throughout parts of eastern scotland and eastern england, close could not express. what can you do and three on wednesday. from cabinet ministers at donor to to freezing in some spots, but most of us around for— seven degrees. tory backbenchers are just this not great times to be trying to get morning, sitting down with several tomorrow, a good deal of cloud of them who are incredibly through the channel tunnel. frustrated with the fact that around, damp and drizzly from the to help those families and young frontbenchers at the prime minister president donald trump's trade has taken us into a dead end. no one thickest cloud, and heavier bursts teenagers who may have been there on battles cost the us economy friends of those without? —— those $7.8 billion in lost gdp last year. seems to be able to get out, of rain in northern scotland on the that's according to a study northern isles, with a stronger when by a team of economists at leading eve ryo ne american universities. seems to be able to get out, everyone is doing the same thing and compared to today. there will also they also put annual be some sunny spells, most favouring who died? we are a small community consumer and producer losses from the higher cost parts of central, eastern and
south—east england. temperatures if we carry on like that people get who died? we are a small community who will rally together to help the with cloud or sunshine are higher of imports at $69 billion. the same result saw a few accept compared to today, and go up even that premise then something families however we can. the young imaginative and creative has to happen and that i be have put higher on wednesday. the mild air people lost their lives but quite a you really get a sense of what all forward a compromise aloe have built moves in across the uk, but before number of other young people witnessed what took place and any not by supporting it by withholding you get carried away, there will be those trade moves mean. you are consent to pass the parliament and support or help they need i am sure up—to—date with all the business, then we offer a confirmation vote to a lot of cloud around. as you can will be given to them. do you have a more from us later this afternoon. then we offer a confirmation vote to the public which is binding on see from this chart for wednesday. parliament unlike 26 d, it is not a best affiliate is the binding final end to the brexit nightmare.“ despite the cloud, most places will be dry and there will be breaks in sense of what help that might be at the shooting in utrecht appears to best affiliate is the binding final end to the brexit nightmare. if you manage to get this to what will be the cloud, allowing some sunny this point? i do not but i am sure the other question because possibly at will say i back mrs may's deal or spells to come through. light wind, what? leave no deal all remain? just bea though still breezy in northern that counselling will be offered to the shooting in utrecht appears to be a terrorist attack, according to counterterrorist police in the scotland, perhaps some rain edging any young person on anybody who netherlands, and cited by the dutch like the good friday agreement and in later in the day. temperatures witnessed anything at all last going higher, and if you do get to broadcaster, nos. we will have much the av referendum it is a night. when coles started to commend more on the top of the hour. see sunshine, they could be up to it to me about a major incident at now it's time for a look at the this hotel i went down to the scene weather. high teens. more of us filling the confirmatory vote so you vote on the influence of high pressure, still we have an east—west split in the weather fronts close to scotland at and the police had called an times, the chance of some rain weather, still dry and bright, especially in the north—west. it may emergency incident, quite a number of ambulance personnel there, police decent sunny spells out there. that turn when the are here again later is the scene at the moment in in the week, so keep an eye on that. personnel and of course the fire edinburgh, but we have more cloud prospectus, on the deal and a few it does look a little colder again brigade. leo acted in a very and rain this morning, so not a by the weekend. that is your forecast. great scene in wales. that split professional manner and through all will continue in the west, we will
this as well the staff of the hotel who had to deal with this and the have some showery rain across accept it a go straight onto aftermath as well. all of that to western scotland, northern ireland, north—west england, wales and the statute, if you rejected your back to the status quo, and this case deal with but also your community southwest. some showers ahead of remain. what would have to legislate that in eastern parts, but in know has to deal with a major for the supplement would chew this general, the showers in the east be over and would define what the actual ballot would be but it would investigation. absolutely. last isolated for most, and dry with bea actual ballot would be but it would be a confirmatory vote based on the deal. it is the only deal on offer bright spells. maximum temperatures signed off by the 27 heads of state, night when i was at the scene today up to around 8—11. through by the eu at the british government, it isa by the eu at the british government, it is a parliament would be out speculation was rife about what had tonight, some clear spells in the gridlocked and that is why we need a actually taken place and it is best democratic deadlock to have east, were so it'll be quite chilly. parliament at the country come at this moment to relieve all that together and these final crucial not as cold as last night, more steps. what do you say to people who speculation to the experts and we might argue that as a way of dealing cloud spilling in from the west and brexit by opening up the option of will wait until the report comes the odd shower here and there. remaining in the eu?|j brexit by opening up the option of remaining in the eu? i could be the remainder that has opened the door back and then see what steps of any temperatures typically around 4—7 to theresa may's brexit. what we're doing is getting it out of need to be taken to ensure the thing westminster and back out into the degrees. but in norwich and country. the people who think it is it does not happen again. thank you. newcastle, temperatures down to elitist there are only two ways through, theresa may cost people about two celsius. high pressure is into parliament, they shut the door and doa into parliament, they shut the door now it's time for a look trying to build in on tuesday, we and do a deal. she is at the moment making offers of investment and at the weather with simon king money to the dup to buy their votes. still have a one front which is then we have a proposition which is moving eastwards. that will bring an east—west split and the weather the moisture and cloud which we will to get this back out of westminster into the community and our country and involve the whole country and see throughout tuesday, and it will also bring some patchy rain towards these final steps, which of those is at the moment. across western areas the north and north—west of scotland. on tuesday elsewhere, it and is quite cloudy without pics of rain but towards the east it is should be dry, cloud may break—up to elitist? which is an establishment fairly bright. sunny spells here in stitch up? we are talking about getting brexit back out into the
doncaster just a short time country again. some await a lot of bring some sunny spells. fairly bright. sunny spells here in doncasterjust a short time ago and across eastern and continuing with temperatures around 12—15 on liber mps country again. some await a lot of libermps and country again. some await a lot of sunny spells, but ruling out the liber mps and constituencies will vote against that? i truly believe tuesday. the warm front will german across eastern parts but very continue to move east, but it brings localised. further west we have the in the mild air, the warm sector, this is in the best interest of our country but i know it is not evenly the orange across many parts of the cloud, showery rain across scotland uk. on the orange across many parts of the uk. 0n the other side, the cold front, the blue is still in the far distributed. some constituencies and northern ireland, axum north of scotland. on the colder temperatures between eight and 11. will liberal majority will be side, despite some sunshine in the clear spells through tonight, tempt north of scotland. the cloud may supportive, others we have bring some spots of rain across us clear spells through tonight, tempt us dropping to two or three, parts of scotland, northern ireland. elsewhere quite a bit of cloud, some elsewhere on wednesday, another dry constituents will find this difficult but this is the moment showers still with the cloud and day. another mostly cloudy day, but when we have to put our country again, there will be some bright or forward and to those mps and people typical values into tuesday morning who are watching this refined this about between five and seven. quite sunny spells breaking through. it difficult, i am sorry but we are in will feel quite present in the this mess, we cannot get out of it by business as usual and we have to sunshine, temperatures up to 17 cloudy on tuesday, mostly dry and degrees. for the rest of the week, involve the public one more time just to get us throughout and have a the high pressure will dominate definitive end to the brexit into the middle part of the week things, but the weather front will nightmare. thank you. that will still skirt north—western areas. again what's of cloud around, a few that will bring more cloud, some bright sunny spells and temperatures depend on mrs may bringing had your toa outbreaks of rain across the north bright sunny spells and temperatures to a springlike 17. of scotla nd outbreaks of rain across the north of scotland for the rest of the week. while it will stay mostly cloudy, there will be some bright back to the comments of those moments can be laid and this morning and sunny spells from time to time. downing street getting no sign at all of rf they are going to bring temperatures in the south—east the deal back. the latest in the
around 16 degrees, elsewhere, typically about 12—15 a, just above average for the time of year. that is all from me, have a good day. netherlands, a shooting at several locations and utrecht. armed police and on the streets, helicopters overhead. the threat alert has been raised to level five, airports high security, mosques evacuated, schools told to close their doors. this is all told to close their doors. this is a ll after told to close their doors. this is all after a gunman opened fire on a tram earlier this morning killing at least one person and wounding others, not the how many. we will come back to utrecht with more on that shortly right no lights look at the weather. quieter this week, not as stormy as it has been. rain and the west, patchy with some sunny spells with a few showers as, the best of sunshine
and north—east scotland and the northern isles and most of us between seven and ten. enter tonight, a good deal of cloud, still patchy rain and they are, clear spells as well, a few fog patches with temperatures at their lowest eastern scotland and england where some places will end up close to freezing but elsewhere generally around between four and seven. cloudy tomorrow, heavier rain through northern scotland and in northern isles with a stronger wind appeared with today. rather cloudy elsewhere, dump and drizzle in some spots but sunny spells and from about through eastern parts of angled and temperatures are higher, higher on wednesday and thursday but a good deal of cloud around, mainly dry with a few sunny spells.