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this is bbc news — hello, you're watching from my right honourable friend the hello, you‘re watching for a delay to brexit until the end this is bbc news — our latest headlines. today at 5.00 — our latest headlines. afternoon live — i'm simon mccoy. afternoon live — i‘m simon mccoy. european council president donald the president of the european anger in the commons — today at 4pm: ofjune, ahead of tomorrow‘s council says a short extension today at 3: the speaker grants labour‘s request tusk says its possible for the uk as theresa may announces she's anger in the commons chancellor of the duchy of lancaster crunch european summit. to delay brexit day, to the brexit process is possible, attempting to delay brexit as theresa may announces she's he was also talking in the context for an emergency commons debate all remaining 27 eu states must but only if mps back untiljune 30th — and will ask attempting to delay brexit of what eu leaders would be willing to consider theresa may‘s decision theresa may‘s withdrawal deal. if mps at westminster approve untiljune 30th and will ask to ask the eu for a approve an extension beyond next hello, you're watching parliament to vote for a third time to give. if you look at the public afternoon live — i'm simon mccoy. parliament to vote for a third time three—month delay to brexit. today at 2pm: on her withdrawal deal. on her withdrawal deal. statement from eu leaders once again friday‘s scheduled brexit day. the prime minister‘s deal. anger in the commons the outcome of a long extension as theresa may announces she's would be this house spending they have said there is very little but this afternoon, the french i believe that this is possible, and the outcome of the long extension foreign minister has said that attempting to delay brexit yet more endless hours france would refuse an extension in my view it does not create risks. donald tusk confirms he‘s received untiljune 30th and will ask would be this house spending yet contemplating its navel on europe parliament to vote for a third time appetite for a longer extension sheku is, at this stage, act and the if there are not enough guarantees the prime minister‘s letter and failing to address the issues particularly when they see the uncertainty ta we have had in this on the credibility of asking to extend brexit on her withdrawal deal. that matter to our constituents — until the end ofjune. the outcome of the long extension more endless hours contemplating his house. of course i will give way.” national interest and show some theresa may‘s strategy. especially if it were to help the naval on europe and failing to schools and hospitals leadership and take a responsible all the brexit fatigue is would be this house spending thank than him for giving way and he ratification process in the uk. approach, which i think would be to and in the next few increasingly visible, and justified. yet more endless hours address the issues that matter to and security and jobs. minutes, the president is very seek an extension to prevent no deal the speaker grants labour‘s request contemplating its navel on europe constituent, schools and hospital thank than him for giving way and he is very generous thank than him for giving way and he is very generous with his time. it for an emergency commons debate we cannot give up thinking, this house has indulged itself was put to the minister we have no and to provide time for parliament to consider theresa may‘s decision and security and jobs, this house until the very last moment, and failing to address the issues on europe for too long. plan but the plan is the deal and to ask the eu for a three that matter to our constituents, we're now in the midst to find a majority for a different month delay to brexit. a positive solution. that is a statement that has since schools and hospitals of a full—scale national crisis. the only plan labour have put to us, and security and jobs. has indulged itself on europe for incompetence, failure been denied by the lycee paris. —— this house has indulged itself too long. we are in the middle of a approach. this is the scene in the a desperate race against time and intransigence from the to rescue survivors of the cyclone is closer alignment with the customs that‘s killed hundreds in southern amid angry scenes in prime minister and her government house of commons, live, is that the the commons, theresa may says on europe for too long. full scale national crisis, the elysee palace. africa — but it‘s hampered mps will vote for a third time have brought us to this point. union which is staying in the debate has been scheduled for three by very heavy rain. incompetence, failure and we're now in the midst intransigence from the prime european union, that is what the and in the next few on her meaningful deal next week. of a full—scale national crisis. ministerand her intransigence from the prime a desperate race against time hours. minutes, the president minister and her government have brought us to this point. to rescue survivors of the cyclone people didn‘t vote for. the people of the european council, incompetence, failure voted to come out. all this donald tusk, is due to speak the outcome of the long extension that's killed hundreds a desperate race against time to the media in brussels. would be this house spending and intransigence from the to rescue survivors of the cyclone meanwhile in westminster, sport now on afternoon yet more endless hours in southern africa, but it's obfuscating is only delaying that. that‘s killed hundreds in southern the speaker has granted an emergency contemplating its navel on europe, prime minister and her government a desperate race against time hampered by very heavy rain. live with azi farni. to rescue survivors of the cyclone would he agree we have to consider africa — but it‘s hampered debate on extending brexit, and failing to address the issues has brought us to this point. the first funerals take place by very heavy rain. and opposition leaders are to hold great news for the women‘s football that's killed hundreds in southern business, and the longer we dispute a meeting with the prime minister that matter to our constituents. a desperate race against time africa — but it's hampered in new zealand for the victims the first funerals take place game. game. by very heavy rain. of the gun attacks on two and discuss and debate and the less to rescue survivors of the cyclone mosques in christchurch, in new zealand for the victims the latest google search — as the only briton present talks we come together, the more difficult of the gun attacks on two mosques in downing street at 6pm. it's got to find a massive it‘s actually the biggest ever brand that's killed hundreds it is for the economy and our in christchurch — as the only briton investment into notjust women‘s in southern africa, but it's £1.2 billion as it's fined by the eu present talks about the shootings. football but women‘s sport for blocking rival online about the shootings. at the start of the debate, hampered by very heavy rain. businesses. the shadow brexit secretary keir in the uk.
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translation: all our food stocks search advertisers. my businesses. my honourable friend is right to say starmer criticised mrs may‘s refusal this is a deal signed between the fa a record number of possible victims were damaged and children died of trafficking and modern slavery 50 50 people dead. the body stacked on to use a brexit delay and barclays which is going to make were referred to the uk authorities about the shootings. people dead. the bodies werl to countenance any proposals other and we don't have a place to stay. that businesses in taunton deane and top of each other. people just the bank the first title sponsor last year, according elsewhere, i am sure, have made of the women‘s super league. we are suffering. to the national crime agency. falling. i can‘t explain it, i can‘t than her own withdrawal agreement. it‘s thought to be worth more the latest google search — stacked clear their desire to see this deal than £10 million over three years it's got to find a massive 50 people dead. the bodies were stacked on top of each other, people and it means that official prize just falling. i can't explain it, i backed. their desire to address the explain how i got out, i don‘t know. given where we have got to last money will be offered £1.2 billion as it's fined sport now on afternoon coming up on afternoon for the first time. by the eu for blocking rival live with azi farni. uncertainty we face, and again, live, all the sport. former england goalkeeper it‘s being described as the week, ruling out no deal, requiring rachel brown—finnis says it‘s a game changing moment. online search advertisers. starting with news of a huge people have been saying to my right biggest—ever investment by a brand the prime minister to seek an can't. how i got out, i don't know. honourable friend the prime minister into women‘s sport in the uk. investment in women's football. that she should compromise, she has, extension to article 50, in the huge deal, it is a landmark coming up on afternoon coming up on afternoon live, all the sport. she didn‘t want to have an the women‘s football super league intervening days, one might have live, all the sport. azi is here. has signed a multi—million pound expected the prime minister to achievement. there‘s been so many yes it is described as the biggest extension, she has listened and sponsorship deal with barclays reflect on where we‘re at and to it's being described which means, amongst other things, as the biggest—ever investment investment by a brand into women's it's being described as the acted on that but the house itself historical moments in women‘s by a brand into women's sport that official prize money will be football over the last ten, 15 year, in the uk. football. this is the deal signed has to compromise. of course i will recognise as my right honourable the women's football super league biggest—ever investment by a brand friend from doncaster north said give way. he is being generous, is has signed a multi—million pound twine the fa and barclays which is into women's sport in the uk. at the offered for the first time. earlier, that perhaps she is the certainly. with regards to the it not the case that the only way to roadblock to progress. she could sponsorship deal with barclays thought to be worth more than 10 women's football super league has which means, amongst other things, million over three year, the bank professionallising women‘s football, signed a multi—million pound avoid a no—deal is the vote for the thank you very much. ben has the but this has been the final piece of that official prize money will be will become the first title sponsor sponsorship deal with barclays that come at this stage, and to the offered for the first time. will mean official prize money will weather. yes indeed, the spring withdrawal agreement, the only way national interest and frankly, show the jigsaw, we have i will have reaction to that of the women's super league and it be offered for the first time. i'll some leadership and take a to vote against the long extension but this has been the final piece of thejigsaw, we have has the media means among other things official equinox today, and, as you‘d expect, responsible approach, which i think coverage, players have been allowed prize money will be offered for the have reaction to that coming up. is to vote for the withdrawal would be to seek an extension to to become professional, and that coming up at 2:30pm. first time. former england they whether feeling springlike. continues to grow and move in the thanks azi, and we'll be joining agreement, and is there not some prevent no deal and provide time for temperatures up to 19 degrees in goalkeeper rachel brown says it is a you for a full update places. the full details on the way. parliament to find a majority for a right direction, but the game changing moment. just after half—past. commercialisation of it, the and now, with the weather, ben. lots ben rich has all the weather. intellectual inconsistencies in the not sunny for everyone, some of us opposition‘s argument, they say they different approach. i think many sponsorship of the league, that has huge deal, it's a landmark wa nt to never been done before, to see that opposition‘s argument, they say they want to put a vote back to the members are yearning for that of weather coming up today, the achievement. there has been so many people based on a deal but they are signed and sealed and confirmed to quite mild, it feels like spring, opportunity to move forward and latest from mozambique after that break the empires. start next season is probably the historical moments in women's which is apt, given today is the suggesting the prime minister our chief political correspondent cyclone. also the spring equinox, doesn‘t really want a deal and wants vicki young is in the central lobby most exciting piece in this football over the last ten, 15 years no—deal. that is not even continuing journey. which is taking place today, and a spring equinox. but what about the of the houses of parliament. look at the forecast for the next certainly, with regards to next few days going to find out
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few days. professional lose hissing women's later on. consistent. hello, everyone. just explain, this emergency debate, it‘s certainly a welcome investment thanks, ben. thanks ben. this is afternoon live, does it pack any weight?” also coming up: sport, football, but this has been also coming up: well, my right honourable friend is i‘m simon mccoy. for the wsl, but there is some the factory worker who kind of the final piece of the right. the only deal notjust that scooped £71 million in the factory worker who theresa may‘s decision to ask the eu criticsm from some who say the euromillions lottery. scooped £71 million in the prime minister says but the only to postpone brexit so that mps can just explain, this emergency debate, does it pack any weight? i think that the money could create a gulf ade goodchild was asked, the euromillions lottery. more interesting is what the prime will it change your life? jigsaw puzzle. with we have had the ade goodchild was asked, deal the eu themselves say is on the back her deal has sparked a fierce minister said earlier about her plan between the big teams "yes," he said, will it change your life? row at westminster. 00:02:10,540 --> 2147483051:37:49,985 she made the announcement 2147483051:37:49,985 --> 4294966103:13:29,430 in a letter to the eu, asking are piling on. clearly, the mps and the smaller ones in the same way "yes," he said, table media coverage, players have been deal the eu themselves say is on the ta ble after deal the eu themselves say is on the table after over two years of as we‘ve seen in the men‘s game. "it bloody well will." allowed to become professional and "it bloody well will." negotiation, is the deal that she debating in there aren‘t happy, some so it‘ll be interesting to see how that moves in the right direction has negotiated. of course i give way of them wanted a much longer but the commercialisation of it, to the honourable gentleman. i thank sponsorship of the league, that has extension to article 50, but the this pans out over time. prime minister at lunch time making never been done before, so see that the ministerfor giving to the honourable gentleman. i thank it very clear that would not happen the minister for giving way, to the honourable gentleman. i thank the ministerfor giving way, he to the honourable gentleman. i thank the minister for giving way, he says the minister for giving way, he says the house isn‘t very good at on her watch. the question is, what signed and sealed and confirmed to hello, everyone, this an fa independent tribunal has found deciding what it wants but we are sheffield united‘s sophie jones start next season is the most is afternoon live, i'm simon mccoy. is she planning to do in the next guilty of racially abusing even her critics would accept that crying out for the opportunity to exciting piece renee hector during a match against theresa may had a remarkable vote for what we want, and he said few months if she gets the delay to tottenham hotspur injanuary. even her critics would accept that prime minister's questions jones was charged last month, theresa may had a remarkable as she attacked parliament that countries round the world are brexit that she is asking for? i after hector reported for naval—gazing and indulging receiving "some monkey noises prime minister's questions from an opposition player" as she attacked parliament as rachel mentioned there, itself on europe for too long. looking to us to respect democracy, think the impression we‘re getting during a women‘s championship game. for naval—gazing and indulging women's football seems to be is that she will have one more go itself on europe for too long. on an upwards trjectory will he respect democracy in this to shouts of resign, she said at the moment in terms of exposure to shouts of resign, she said with her deal, try to get her deal the british people deserve better. house, and give us the chance to and popularity and a lot of this the british people deserve better. money will be pumped with the blame game fully vote on it now? the right honourable through, and then really it‘s going into the grassroots game to make to be up to parliament to decide jones, who denies the charge, has with the blame game fully under way in westminster, sure that future generations can which way it wants to go. she been served with a five—match ban. under way in westminster, also help grow the sport. the letter was published that she's sheffield united have the letter was published that she's and yet some less welcome news written to the eu, gentleman says about respecting sounded frustrated, really, sounded said that her contract, asking for a delay to brexit which was up for review today, for women's football? until the end ofjune. votes a nd gentleman says about respecting votes and whether the house has had like someone who had had enough. she in the summer, will now be written to the eu, an opportunity to vote on issue, his terminated by mutual consent. an fa independent tribunal has found in that time, she will bring her thinks the british people have had withdrawal deal back asking for a delay to brexit sheffield united's sophie jones enough, and she thinks that going on until the end ofjune. guilty of racially abusing to parliament for a third time. party wa nts in that time, she will bring her renee hector during a match an opportunity to vote on issue, his party wants a second referendum, a with this process for months and labour leaderjeremy corbyn people‘s vote, and yet we had a vote withdrawal deal back match against tottenham described the stalemate months or even years, that there is to parliament for a third time. as a national crisis. hotspur in january. on that issue last thursday, indeed not any point in that, because and in brussels, european commision wales play tonight — jones was charged last month, parliament would end up talking even they‘ve got a friendly against after tottenham's renee hector presidentjean—claude juncker says my shadow opposite number didn‘t trinidad and tobago in wrexham. reported receiving "some monkey a decision on a delay to brexit more and not deciding on what it
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labour leaderjeremy corbyn vote for the people‘s vote, so the described the stalemate noises from an opposition player" is unlikely at this week's summit. does want to do, what is it in as a national crisis. point is, if he is going to practise and boss ryan giggs has found and in brussels, european commision our political correspondent favour of? that‘s where we are, during a women's championship game. what he preaches then we respect we himself defending the class of 92 presidentjean—claude juncker says iain watson reports. after criticism from zlatan had a vote on the people‘s vote last ibrahimovic. the swede says the group jones, who denies the charge, has time is running out for a deal. there are rumours that she will make a decision on a delay to brexit some kind of statement later this of manchester united legends are too is unlikely at this week's summit. been served with a five—match ban. the uk is due to leave the eu thursday, the house spoke on that. i evening. she is meeting opposition critical of the club, because of their loyalty to former our political correspondent sheffield united have said that her contract, at the end of next week. boss sir alex ferguson. which was up for review but theresa may's proposals have give one way. i thank him for giving iain watson reports. from party leaders around 6pm. in the summer, will now be been rejected twice by mps. way. the prime minister has proven time is running out for a deal. the terminated by mutual consent. speculation — so today, she wrote to the eu, she is not prepared to give us the nothing confront at the moment — uk is due to leave the eu at the end that she may make some kind of asking for a delay to brexit. do you think it will be opportunity to consider alternative statement later, but it is likely, i of next week. but theresa may's options in the light of the failure when you play over 2,000 games a long or short delay? meanwhile, raheem sterling has of her deal twice. she is putting us think, to be her explain to the proposals have been rejected twice the backing of his england as she confirmed to parliament, this between us, we‘re going to have an team—mates after criticising country why she has had to delay by mps. so today, she wrote to the the media for the way delay would be relatively short. in danger of crashing out, by the they portray black players. opinion. sometimes positive, eu asking for a delay to brexit. do end of next week, and that means a brexit or at least ask for a delay sterling said newspapers helped a long extension would oblige "fuel racism" after he was allegedly the uk to hold elections sometimes negative, but i don‘t you think it will be a long or short racially abused by a fan whle to the european parliament. to brexit. i think, to her, that is real danger of food shortage, think that has any bearings on playing at chelsea in december. delay? as you confront to medicine shortages and potentially a big moment. she said over 100 the manchester city forward civil unrest because of the prospect results or anything, so yes, we‘re parliament, she confirmed this delay i do not believe such elections times that the uk would be leaving is with currently with the national would be in any one's interests. of crashing out. can the secretary supporters of the club together with would be a little bit short. a long team preparing for upcoming euro the eu at the end of march and now 202o qualifiers against the idea that three years of crashing out. can the secretary it looks like that is not the case. delay would oblige the outed to hold the czech republic and montenegro. of state explain to the house other ex—player, people on tv or and england team—mate whether his government, if that is danny rose says sterling's after voting to leave the eu, the case, whether his government if eu leaders will agree to a delay. radio, that is what football‘s elections to the european criticism was "spot on". parliament. i do not believe such will commit to revoking article 50, about, having different opinions elections would be in any one's the people of this country should be i feel she probably thinks she has but, yeah, obviously he knows more in that context? to explain that to people who voted interests. the idea that three years about the asked to elect a new set of meps is, the honourable lady is usually one three years ago to leave the eu. i believe, unacceptable. celtic left—back kieran tierney of the most forensic questioners on will miss scotland‘s opening euro after voting to leave the eu the particularly interesting, given what 202o qualifier in kazakhstan sunderland striker will grigg it would be a failure to deliver the house, on this case i disagree, tomorrow with a hip problem. people of this country should be has been ruled out of happens in prime minister‘s he was expected to replace asked to elect a new set of meps is, northern ireland's euro 2020 on the referendum decision that this questions, where she almost appeared captain andrew robertson, qualifiers against estonia and belarus with an ankle injury. firstly we have made clear to this to distance herself from what was who misses the game house said it would honour. happening in parliament and saying after having dental surgery. the 27—year—old has returned government we won‘t revoke, we are celtic midfielder callum i believe, unacceptable. it would be to his club and will miss you are letting the british public mcgregor will now captain the matches at windsor park if the eu agrees, then brexit alex mcleish‘s side.
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committed to delivering on the a failure to deliver on the could be over by the summer. referendum as a result but secondly, down? she would say she has managed referendum decision that this house i have therefore this morning said it would honour. if the eu on thursday and sunday. written to president tusk, again it is a slightly illogical to get this deal, she is nice to get the president of the european charge of the honourable lady, to say that the prime minister is it signed off after painstaking sunderland striker will grigg agrees, then brexit could be over by has been ruled out of negotiations over a couple of years. northern ireland‘s euro 2020 qualifiers against estonia seeking to crash out on the 29th she put it to parliament, they keep and belarus with an ankle injury. the summer. i have therefore this that's all the sport for now. council, informing him that the uk the 27—year—old has returned morning written to president to when she has today sought an rejecting it in huge numbers, and to his club and will miss the matches at windsor park extension to the end ofjune. i give yet there is no consensus over exactly what they would be willing risk, informing him that the uk away once more to the honourable gentleman and then i will make some to do if they are willing to accept on thursday and sunday. seeks an extension to the article 50 the result of the referendum. the progress. progress. one of the period until the 30th ofjune. and point made by lots of mps is that it's time for bbc ask this — ido reasons why we wanted the prime in that letter to the eu, theresa many, most of the mps in there, did we've been asking you for your i do note the procedure asks a minister here this afternoon is ufc fighter tj dillashaw says he‘s may makes it clear she will bring questions on brexit throughout because whatever her shortcomings, vote to trigger article 50, the vacated the bantamweight title the day, and our reality check back her twice—rejected deal and ask specific matter to be before the we can at least trust when she stand process that said that clock going, after being informed that he failed mps to vote on it all over again. correspondent chris morris a drug test in his last bout and hannah white from the institute house, i feel few matters could be at the despatch box she believes two years and then we leave. they for government are here to help try to answer some every word she says which cannot against henry cejudo. and more important than this. last week, with said for the secretary of all knew that was the case. it the american stepped down you are going to answer the a division to take the fight state, who can make one argument in sounds like we are now back to her but was stopped in just 33 seconds it's time for this house to questions. i have had a read and the house passed a majority by a one breath, and then in the other by flyweight champion cejudo. determine it will deliver on brexit this will be fascinating. hannah, majority of 210 require an extension deal or no deal. not know till next he says he was informed of the adverse drugs test afterwards and was "voluntarily relinquishing" for the british people. that's what this will be fascinating. hannah, this question, why is mrs may asking to the article 50 process. the prime division lobby, isn‘t the case the friday, necessarily, but further his title while he deals british people deserve. they deserve for a delay untiljune when she has reason he shouldn‘t be laughing this down the track. that seems to be the with the matter. minister voted for that motion. the choice and it sounds as if she better than this house has given said we would leave on 29th march, wording of the motion itself and zwraver snoon, people are laugh this doesn‘t think she can get on board them so far. months of running down afternoon, we are nine days away that a large number of mps on her them so far. months of running down deal or no—deal. i know it is speeches from that dispatch box, from crashing out with no—deal, the clock and a concerted campaign there is no sign of a plan from the of blackmail, bullying and bribery including from the minister for the own side who have refused to back political but it is one that people government and even the extension has failed to convince the house cabinet office, led the house to that‘s all the sport for now. are asking. what the prime minister believe that the government would letter the prime minister submitted herup own side who have refused to back her up till now. interestingly, the sarah mulkerrins will have more fails that basic test of explaining seek either on the one hand a short, large number in her own party who said she continues to believe that voted against at a later brexit only for you in the next hour. either or the country that her deal the right way for us to leave is technical extension if the prime why an extension is required. isn‘t is anything but a damaging, national with her deal, she hasn't been able the simple reason there is no plan, last week, including those in her
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let‘s get more on the news that failure and should be rejected. to to get her deal through yet, minister's deal was passed by the if there is is a plan, what is it? european council president donald parliament has said that it doesn't 29th of march, today. or a longer cabinet. a large number of cabinet tusk says its possible for the uk members have been in to see her, and some other labour mps were wa nt parliament has said that it doesn't want us to leave with no deed and to delay brexit day but only if mps studio: we are going to pull away around half an hour, most are on the extension if that was not the case. back theresa may‘s withdrawal deal. exasperated the prime minister was u nless we determined to bring the deal back a want us to leave with no deed and unless we were going to actually from that emergency debate called by brexit side of the arguments, no our chief political correspondent third time rather than explore parliament could not have expected vicki young is in the central lobby revoke article 50, the only keir starmer who says the prime sign of amber rose, greg clark or of the houses of parliament. alternative is to ask for an the prime minister instead to pursue alternatives. what she is doing by a course described at that dispatch minister‘s actions make a no—deal far more likely than less, he says david gauke, it was others going on extension and the prime minister's sticking to this veiled plan is box i the minister for the cabinet the prime minister‘s purpose is to there, presumably, to say they plan is to ask the commons again to wouldn‘t wear a longer extension to deeply dangerous for our country and office as downright reckless. but move the cliff edge back tojune donald tusk didn‘t take any back her deal, and then to allow 30th and from there the uk will article 50 either. now all eyes will questions unfortunately so it was the national interest, i beg this herself the time that we would need be on brussels to find out whether difficult to pin him down on what start from the same track. so that prime minister to think again. but today that is exactly what the prime she is able to get what she wants, other alternatives he might to put the implementationing this long—standing brexiteer thought minister intends to do. the prime which is extension until the end of consider, but as far as a short legislation in place, so the legal is the scene in the house of any delay to brexit was a betrayal. side is all squared away before we minister intends to do. the prime minister has now made a formal commons. want to take you to june. that are sounding unlikely at extension to article 50, so, until request to be president of the brussels, we are awaiting a new the end ofjune, maybe, if theresa and if you continue to apply for an leave. i think she has made this european council for an extension of the moment. we are waiting to hear may gets her way, that is what she extension to article 50, you will be promise about 29th march 108 times article 50. but she's not made a conference from donald tusk, he is from donald tusk, he shed gentle to is asking for, that that would be making a statement on the eve of the retiring at the british people. if dependent on her deal being passed at the despatch box, but she has statement to this house. therefore, speak. there we are, he‘s scheduled here in the house of commons next failed to deliver it. given the make the only opportunity for parliament european leaders summit after to speak in the next ten minutes or week. what we are unsure of, is to debate this issue before the receiving a let ever from theresa you don't, you will be honouring up failed to deliver it. given the make up of parliament, it is perhaps not may formally asking for an extension council meets tomorrow as about this to brexit. now, earlierwe whether that would then lead to a surprising because we have seen how so. to speak in the next ten minutes or so. we have this denied report from much longer delay to brexit, he utterly dividedeth is as is the may formally asking for an extension to brexit. now, earlier we were reporting that the elysee palace in the elysee palace in france, didn‘t talk about that, so we will their instruction. prime minister, it is entirely down to you. history country. country. she has made that application. it's vital that the emmanuel macron saying he was minded have to wait and see, but let us france were suggesting they would not to agree to it. there is a lot promise but we will be unable to possibly veto any decision to agree willjudge you at this moment. prime minister and the parliament discuss what has been going on with achieve that. rod on twitter. this ahead to account on this, that we two mps. one conservative, one have the opportunity to scrutinise to that extension, well there has of fractious reaction in europe. the could be david beckham asking this. thing about theresa may, if she why is it only for may to try a the government's approach, to been a denialfrom former conservative, you do agree on hinting herjob would be on the line to that extension, well there has been a denial from the elysee to that extension, well there has doesn‘t speak tonight, every time been a denialfrom the elysee palace thatis there is a podium in downing street, the idea of another referendum, but if herjob was forced into an meaningful vote but we cannot have been a denialfrom the elysee palace that is their stance, there is examine the terms being sought, and confusion in france, confusion in your heart leaps a bit. last time first, turning to what theresa may more than one volt referendum? how westminster, and we will see what is said today in the house of commons,
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to ask whether this approach abides she did that, it was to announce a extension? is premised, i cannot by the will expressed by the house happening in brussels at 4.00. now consider it a lay beyond the 30th of is that democracy, surely democracy general election and there was a that really she wouldn‘t preside let us catch up with the weather. last week. i therefore ask for this over a long delay to brexit, she is that democracy, surely democracy is the right to change previous with ben. good afternoon. it feels hint during prime minister‘s sounded pretty fed up with the whole june. consider it a lay beyond the 30th of june. what guarantee can you give emergency debate to be held at the questions, that, as prime minister, the british people that come at the she is getting fed up with all of thing, i have to say. we are all fed earliest opportunity. i'm grateful end ofjune, if we still do not have positively spring—like out there for this, and the head there that she up thing, i have to say. we are all fed up with the whole thing and the a deal, we honour that referendum votings by decision by voting. the many of us today. which is apt, could be thinking about her own country is fed up with the whole to the shadow secretary of state for given it is the spring equinox. some future goods are to are a lot of thing. we have reached a position as principle, you vote once, that is result and we leave? if it is the not the right answer, vote again, it of us have cloud, some have tory mps that say they have been a result of the invans yens of the case that there is an extension, isa fairargument exiting the european union. the sunshine, but all of us feeling the prime minister. the choice is not the right answer, vote again, it is a fair argument to make, why is right honourable gentleman asks told by people in downing street and between a no—deal at the end of next this does not actually take no deal that 0k is a fair argument to make, why is that ok in parliament, and it is not effects of this mild air that is leave to debate an important others, by the party whips, those in off the table, it leaves that as a in the whole country? i suppose wafting up from the south west. high charge of discipline, saying to week which would be disastrous for point at the end of that extension. parliament is a dublin aretive body them, which about her deal if she consideration, namely that this pressure is generally in charge so was to announce... ? manufacturing and agriculture so it soa of elected members that we have sent house is considered the matter of for most it is fine and dry, but for will be a no—deal outcome or the pm point at the end of that extension. so a short delay to brexit has been the length and purpose for the extension of the article 50 process some it has been cloudy, this is the them, which about her deal if she was to announce. . . ? we're going to join donald tusk. i will make a requested. if the prime minister had there to discuss these things, but you can certainly make an argument, could endorse a referendum on her asked for a longer extension, she requested by the government. i have satellite picture from earlier on, deal and that would have the numbers people will argue the other way as raised resignations from some well, but you can certainly make an the best breaks in the clouds in short statement on brexit. out of in the house to pass. if her deal listened carefully to the long—standing leave campaigners in her own government. but her central the statement, he will unfortunately passed on the basis of having a argument if it is ok in parliament application from the right wales, midlands, yorkshire, into not be able or in a position to take honourable member, and i am east anglia, these areas likely to referendum, then i suspect we would it should be ok for the whole satisfied that the matter raised by government has had to change. it's see the lion‘s share of the sunshine questions, as he will have to have a change of heart from the country. hannah, they will keep as we head to the end of the day. immediately return to his no longer her deal versus a long the right honourable member is consultation with other leaders. but european union in terms of their day. talking of the end of the day delay and possibly no brexit at all, you will have noticed the days tomorrow, after the european council willingness to offer a extension. it is down to the two choices and mps it's her deal versus no deal. i'm asking the question asking a proper to be discussed under getting longer, today is the discussion on brexit, there will be question until they get the answers standing order number 24. has the a press conference with questions have to be aware of the fact at the equinox, the sunset times, well we extremely concerned that if we go they want. . they had the end of next week they could be right honourable gentleman the leave are looking at 13 minutes past six opportunity last week to vote for a of the house? labour mixed ascent for a short extension, we increase with the president. yes, i promise. responsible for a no—deal outcome the chances of no deal by about 60%. second referendum and they didn't u nless responsible for a no—deal outcome unless they are willing to change there in london, more like 6.37 agree to that, so, the end of day if belfast. but once the sun has gone position. i am sure they would say for a government to do this when the down, the clear spells are likely to today, i received a letterfrom you don't like the way the mps are
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government of‘s own position is that fill up with cloud once again, so i prime minister may, in which she you could change that by backing the no deal is not something it wants to making decision you vote them out at think we are going to see largely the next election. that is not addresses the european council with pursue, i think it's downright available to people a moment. at the deal she has had two go, she lost on cloudy conditions through the night. addresses the european council with a request. to approve the strasbourg reckless. so it's clear and jesse moment. let us move on. question and —— i say that there was an missy temperatures for some coasts both occasion, the reason is that a theresa may will ask for a short and this band of rain will plague three. could the pro brexit lord's lot of people in this house of objection, i think from the extension to brexit but the eu has the far north—west of scotland, commons do not believe that the pm‘s filibuster anything and run the honourable gentleman, the member for breezy here as well and nowhere will agreement between the uk and the european commission. and to extend deal delivers on what people to agree. their decision will have a clock down so the uk leaves with no wellingborough. i hear it very it bea breezy here as well and nowhere will it be a particularly chilly night. perceive to be their votes back in major impact here at westminster. clearly, and i think he wants it tomorrow expect a cloudy started, the article 50 period until the 30th 2016. we have argued and i have our chief political correspondent deal and the uk needs 12 months to with mist and hill fog in the west, vicki young is in the known very clearly that he objected. argued that the only way you can houses of parliament and can bypass the lords. that is from p on and in those circumstances, it is the opt respond of drizzle as well. give legitimacy to the prime ofjune 2019. just now, i had a unpick all of this, we hope. necessary for at least 40 members to —— odd spot of drizzle. tomorrow phone call with prime minister may minister‘s deal is to ask the twitter. so, it depends what you are will be a cloudier day, all the british people where they feel this it was an intriguing prime minister talking about here, i think the about these proposals. in the light deal reflects what they wanted from rise in their places, if they do while we will have rain in some questions, you could see the of the consultations that i have pressure the prime minister was thing that would be most potentially western parts of scotland. best leaving, the european union, or if under to explain exactly what her well, to validate the application. on the basis of the fact they didn‘t chance of sunshine through east plan is for the next two or three a problem would be if theresa may conducted over the past few days, i it was very obvious, they can do it wales, midlands north east england think this was an exceptable deal months if she does get back to later wa nted a problem would be if theresa may again if they want to, exercise but where you get stuck with cloud, believe that a short extension would they could opt to remain. the choice wanted to pass the piece of secondary legislation which changed brexit that she wants. it seems their muscles... it is entirely believe that a short extension would is for members of parliament to be she's going to plough on with her the date in uk law, when we might 13-16 but where you get stuck with cloud, 13—16 degree, good go going for this be possible. but it will be brave and do the right thing. sarah time of year. friday morning we are deal, bring that back, presumably, leave, so she wants an extension, wollaston, you are a member of the likely to have patches of mist and conditional on a positive vote on she has to pass a piece of secondary the withdrawal agreement in the independent group. you agree about next week, also the date of our legislation in both the commons and obvious that the right honourable low cloud round. for many parts of house of commons. the question the idea of another referendum but lord's to change the date in our gentleman has indeed obtained the england and wales and eastern it is incredible that with just over departure and try again. that's scotla nd england and wales and eastern scotland it should be a dry day with remains open as to the duration of without so far the democratic law. you might think that the lords leave of the house. it is spells of sunshine. for north—west a week to go, the place is still unionist party or a huge number of might be able to filibuster that, full of mps with different views who scotla nd such an extension. prime minister conservative mps think they're going but there are a number of mechanisms spells of sunshine. for north—west scotland and northern ireland here all think their view is the one that to change their minds. of the most in the house of lords procedure it will be windy for the far north is going to be the one that wins out where, and you have to remember here commonplace for such debates to take intriguing part was when she kept may‘s proposal of the 30th ofjune in the end. this is the great place the following day, but it is and outbreaks of rain creeping in. the house of lords is primarily a ahead of it mild, behind that band emphasising that she, as prime by no means required that they of rain it starts to turn cooler, tragedy we have reached gridlock.
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minister, would not be in favour of pro european house, where if that is the reality of the it long extension beyond the end of somebody was trying to take the should do so. and i have, on a and that sets us up for the weekend. has its merits, though creates a situation. what we know is the house june. so the implication that that debate on and on so there wasn't by an historic margin on two she would resign if it were somehow time to pass the legislation, there previous occasion, because of the series of questions over the legal forced upon her, that she would not we push this frontal system occasions has rejected the prime circumstances, wrote that the debate and political nature. leaders will we re time to pass the legislation, there were a number of mechanisms where south—east wards. behind it, we do minister‘s deal, certainly not the ask for a longer extension. lots of they could be stopped from speaking, should take place straightaway. —— discuss this tomorrow. when it comes will of the house and it is not the notice a change in the feel of the questions put to downing street so that piece of legislation could will of the house and it is not the will of the people and that is what weather, at least we will, not a to the approval of the strasbourg we keep hearing this is the will of afterwards if that wasn't it what be passed. on the meaningfulvote it ruled that the debate. this is such you are saying, i'm sure they were the people. this is not what the a circumstance. debate will be held dramatic change, it is not going to is important to remember it has to bring us back into the depth of agreement, are you believe that this people meant by brexit, that is saying, no, that isjust pretty clear. if the prime minister you are saying, i'm sure they were saying, no, that is just showing the be approved in the house of commons determination she has to leave with today as the first item of public winter, but i think it will feel wa nts to pretty clear. if the prime minister wants to check that, she could do less spring—like for the weekend, a is possible, —— i believe that this a deal that the british people or all that has to has been in the business. that is to say, after the so, and she could get her deal house of lords is a debate. there is lot of dry weather, sunshine but is possible, —— i believe that this is possible, —— i believe that this is possible and in my view does not through the commons, if she agreed wanted. i'm joined by conservative wintry showers for north—west 00:08:26,008 --> 4294966103:13:29,430 wintry showers for perfect just to confirm that it does have no vote on the meaningful vote, no ten minute rule of motion. the create risks, especially if it is to mp nigel evans. you voted for her debate was last for up to three the consent of the people, and that vote on the vote. the vote has to be is what we are talking about here. a help the ratification process in the in the common, the lordsjust has to uk. at this time, i do not foresee simple choice for people, is this deal, reluctantly, last time around, have a debate and then it goes to it hours, and it will rise on emotion what you meant by brexit or would so deal, reluctantly, last time around, so what would you do if it comes back around next week and there is a you weretherapy stick with the deal into legislation. john bercow made that the house has considered the delay until the end ofjune gonzolj we have? it is a thousand days since the point yesterday any vote on the specified matter set out in the would delay until the end ofjune gonzo” would just like to remind the prime an extraordinary... if the leaders extension needs to go through the right honourable and learned people were asked that. reasonable house as well. that is right. this approve my recommendations and there minister that a hundred times at the gentleman's application. i'm is this piece of secondary to check it has consent before we dispatch box she told the country we legislation, which would have to be grateful to him and two colleagues. isa approve my recommendations and there is a positive vote in the house of we re dispatch box she told the country we were leaving at the 29th of march. done once you get an approval 06 an commons next week, we can finalise before we get to it, we have other ta ke to check it has consent before we take such a drastic step. if we now that's what into june the 30th. extension from the european union pieces of business, relatively you would need do that in the house and formalise the decision on i think the question mark to make of commons and the house of lords. brief. presentation of bill, geraint don‘t get to that step, that also conservative members of parliament right, next question, this is on extension in the written procedure. is, are we able to trust the prime has no chance of getting through, however, if there is such a need, i aren‘t we living in a fantasy land minister to be able to deliver on where you think it is suddenly going what she wants? because we seem to twitter, this comes from yasmina. davies. second reading, what today? to change? i don't think that is
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will not have a date to invite the fairto have more from brexit means brexit to change? i don't think that is fair to characterise it in that way, and we'd make success of it to what leaders of the european council to basically the labour party whipped brussels next week. even if they theirmps not basically the labour party whipped their mps not show what they wanted and we'd make success of it to what a shambles. no deal is better than a so, the question is, here, i mean to do on this, sol the key thing, is that as long as we friday, the 22nd of march, thank hope for a final success may seem their mps not show what they wanted to do on this, so i think we... bad deal, but yet she's petrified continue to be a member of the eu, votes against were huge. because fiow bad deal, but yet she's petrified now of no deal whatsoever, which is you. ok, let's pull away from that. and we are going through the article frail, and although the brexit labour mps who wanted to vote for it why the extension been brought in. fatigue is increasingly visible and we re labour mps who wanted to vote for it were told to sit on that hand, that 50 process, we can revoke. at the we also heard her say that there is the way things happen round here, moment. so we could do it at the so, we're going to have a three—hour justified, we cannot give up seeking if the vote is whipped, it is debate this afternoon? yes, and this difficult for the house to express moment. so we could do it at the moment until 11.00 on 29th march, if its will. we heard the secretary of is on whether they should be an would be no european elections. 0ut we getan state saying just now is he would be moment until 11.00 on 29th march, if we get an extension and continue to be members during that period we until the very last moment a but the fact his candidates would extension. obviously, labour very have to be selected by a further 12 would still be able to revoke during unhappy on the way things are going. positive solution. of course, prepared to deliver no—deal, it is without opening up the withdrawal if we are going to fight those that period. the thing that lawyers quite extraordinary, a party that is don't seem to agree on is the also a large number of the cabinet elections, so it seems to me we may agreement. we have reacted with supposed to be priding itself on have gone into number 10 downing well be lined up to say, you've got process for rev casing and whether patience and goodwill to numerous managing the economy is prepared to to have this deal by a certain date, theresa may would be able do that street. now we're getting turns of events and i am confident suggestions that this is not a full ta ke managing the economy is prepared to take the economy off a cliffe in just using her prerogative powers so before april 12, otherwise we are just using her prerogative powers so just as prime minister to be able to around nine days' time. it isjust cabinet meeting, but a gathering of fighting the european elections, and do it or whether as with triggering that also now we will not lack the extraordinary. some would say you those who are very much on the only nigel faraj would be really would be, could be facilitating that article 50, as was established in brexit side of the argument. many of same patients and goodwill at this happy about that. that would be an but not noting for the deal. the the court case that was brought by absolute disaster if the prime gina miller, whether you would have those voted against any kind of most critical point in this process. deal is a blind brexit in many way, to pass legislation in order to do delay to brexit when it came to a it doesn‘t tell us about the future, rev casing. do we not know? it is vote last week. certainly a lot of so it doesn‘t tell us about the future, soi it doesn‘t tell us about the future, so i think it is difficult for me to minister, she can't get her deal matter of debate. much of this is a things going on. i'm checking my now, please excuse me, but i should through, they had have real problems support that deal without putting a phone, because it seems to be condition which is that british matter of debate. much of this is a go to continue my consultations. i are. do your colleagues think that changing by the second. also, the will see you tomorrow, thank you. people have to endorse it. in terms matter of debate. and important to
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remember, revoking here, removing no deal is now on the table, just article 50 all together. and of the referendum question, we did prime minister will be meeting have a vote on that last week in the add a different date. so at the end staying. staying as we are. right. that‘s donald tusk there are saying leaders of the opposition parties house, i didn‘t vote for it because ofjune, the choice will be her deal let us go to the next one. this afternoon, we think around 6pm. that an extension had its merits, i thought it was premature and i or no deal? i don't believe it is, we are not being told why, we're not but still reiterating their that it also thought it was important if we we re this is about the erg. if they being told what she's going to say also thought it was important if we were going to get that argument passed in the house of commons, it theresa may needed to get the if no deal was ok, we could be to them, but maybe an attempt by her would have to be tied to another leaving a week friday with a wc oh abstain, would the deal go through? to them, but maybe an attempt by her to make it clear to them that really motion, whether that would be the backing of the uk parliament. let‘s there's one more chance to get her prime minister or another form of basis as we call it. but she's not hannah. it is all about numbers. deal through, but that extension is brexit. what we are seeing as a prepared to do that, because she's abstain, would the deal go through? return to our correspondence in the result of the decision in europe as petrified by that. you don't think hannah. it is all about numbersm is all about numbers, so on the last happening. i'm joined by central lobby. no question and a result of a failure to bring back a nswer central lobby. no question and answer a lot session, a shame, that would happen” deal through, but that extension is happening. i'mjoined bya conservative mp, what you make of the meaningful vote, what we are meaningful vote, round 75 what is going on? brexit likely to because there are lots of still! seeing is we are put into a position conservative mps did not, you know, petrified by that. you don't think that would happen i don't. i think where it is a forced choice. do i she would cobble together some voted against, of those about six batas what theresa may has just been customs union deal, something more told, by donald tusk, that she can think the deal is perfect? no. would we re voted against, of those about six were sort of people's voters, if be delayed? yes, subject to the akin to what jeremy corbyn wants. they were even if all of those were have the short extension, but only i will willing to support it if he say that this is the will of the to abstain, that wouldn't be enough put to it the people? yes. i agreements of the eu 27 whether we house and that is that. that of her deal gets next week, which to abstain, that wouldn't be enough to get the deal through. because the suspects the members who voted extent or not. looking to my has massively upped the stakes again. let‘s look at how mps might against the referendum last week you wouldn't be the deal that the people judgments, this is pass polarising government lost by 153, so the she into you're either going to be would see a significant number of voted for, it would be brexit in those on the back of this being the name only. do you think at this supporting a brexit deal, or with react to that. there will be some in option to avoid a no—deal outcome, i would, she needs people to actively her own party, brexiteers who are would not be surprised if we saw point, with no deal in the offing, support the deal. so this is where the government or not, is to be lots of people who don't vote for against her deal, he may look at decided, or you're a brexit would be just happy that that and say, that‘s fantastic, it enough switchers to ensure the the dup is important and labour brexit would be just happy that brexit happens at all. even if it votes are also going to be required. means we vote against her deal and referendum became a viable alternative on the back of the prime the government or not, is to be decided, oryou're a no the government or not, is to be decided, or you're a no deal person. i think colleagues in parliament are then we leave without a deal a week isn't the praxis that you want, it minister getting her deal. let us be you would need a massive chunk of beginning to realise this. people on friday, because that is still as are walking around, deeply troubled honest, i suspect her deal possibly
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isn't the praxis that you want, it isn't necessarily the type of brexit the law stands. there will be by the prime minister's question has a greater chance of passing in that other people want? that's why i others, of course, it will be the country than it that has in the labour voters if the erg abstained. session today,... extremely concerned about this, that house of commons. how do we get to voted for her deal the second time we are pretty certain there is a the eu is seemingly unwilling to that point? to the point where round. there is nothing to say that by the prime minister's question session today, . .. what particular hard—core within the erg, and it is grant her this short extension parliament is able do that? if the aspect of it? i think the more people wouldn't vote for a not a block but there is a hard—core intransigence of it. is clearly u nless grant her this short extension unless it goes through. and there prime ministerjust says i am going third time around, but the speaker 25, some people say more who are upset people and disturbed people, are labourmps unless it goes through. and there are labour mps who will now have to to bring my meaningful vote back be thinking about whether they are again how do you change it?m smoked that. there are many people going to vote against theresa may's andl saying they will not support the upset people and disturbed people, and i think we're fast realising again willing to oppose her deal, deal come what may. not in that you are either for no deal or a to bring my meaningful vote back given there might be the risk of a again how do you change it? it is extraordinary she keeps bludgeoning abstaining mood. hannah, an e-mail the house of commons to say it is my prime minister's deal under any circumstances. the question is, as no—deal scenario. it‘s important to way or over the cliff, and i think from joyce, if the final outcome is people's brexit. she has made the there are enough labour mps to make explain here that last week, no—deal is further legislation point that she, as prime minister, it's, it is extraordinary that she up there are enough labour mps to make up the shortfall? in the dup are required or is it immediate as we would not allow or be around for a parliament made it very clear by a will continue to do that. it is one couple of hundred votes that they still not on site as well. what do have been led to believe? as we have are not willing to accept a no—deal of the reasons that triggered me to you say to your brexit colleagues been led to believe it is immediate, lengthy extension to article 50. scenario, but they have to try and leave the conservative party because are not willing to back her deal, there is nothing that needs to be lots of people saying, is that i don't feel i can be a member of a saying she would resign rather than done for us to leave with no—deal, replace that possibility was you say that is going to lead to a have to do that? is that how people party in government, that was on the other hand. there is always something else. that‘s what we‘re prepared to deliver such a softer brexit? absolutely. at some another hand. rbs left there are a are reading it? howl am reading it come down to, now. when micah gone catastrophe on the people it's there number of pieces that the government round ina has said we need to have in place, is ifi are reading it? howl am reading it come down to, now. when micah gone round in a full circle and were back to respect. you ask what happens is if i was in the erg and had not to it is either theresa may‘s deal stage between now and june the 30th, next. i think the commons will so that our government has the power committed to the government so far, to do things which were previously or no deal. or ministers will have why would i do it now? they are continue to show that absolutely there will be some cobbled—together done by the eu for us, so there are to ta ke or no deal. or ministers will have to take some kind of action to stop customs union, single market winning the race at the moment, we that. i don‘t know what those rejected no—deal but it doesn't get a no deal at the end of next arrangements where we will pay several pieces of primary actions would be. i don‘t know what billions in, not be able to properly week at this rate. i would ask all acce pt rejected no—deal but it doesn't accept the binary choice, we need to legislation making its way through theresa may has told her cabinet keep persuading the prime minister control our borders and it's not the particle, there is a trade bill, ministers currently in government at about theirs, and that‘s presumably the right way to get her deal sort of brexit that we wanted. yeah, every level to reflect upon that through is simply to check it has why she is calling on opposition over the weekend and asked the consent of the people. that is a i would love to see them voting for themselves the question, if not now, party leaders this evening to very reasonable thing to do. thank
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explain that to them. what we don‘t that, but if they believe somehow or immigration bill, agriculture and when ray gunter in terms of breaking fishery, and things that are you very much. so i think there will other that no deal is still on the supposed to make our rule book make know, because donald tusk did not table until the end ofjune, they foran when ray gunter in terms of breaking for an option that actually solves bea you very much. so i think there will sense after we have left and only this impasse and gives the british ta ke know, because donald tusk did not take questions, is whether her deal be a lot of pressure now being put will hold out until then. if they on notjust doesn‘t go through, then they would half of the secondary legislation public the opportunity and be willing to grant a longer delay. be a lot of pressure now being put on not just conservative be a lot of pressure now being put we re will hold out until then. if they has been passed and other pieces of responsibility to decide how we on notjust conservative mps but were going to give, they would have proceed with brexit. how would they labour mps who are signalling in the but theresa may made it clear this given already and they haven't. sol primary legislation so we can do past they might be willing to back lunchtime that she would not hang theresa may‘s deal if they think think a matter of trust as they are. everything we need do when we are no do that, given you can't force a longer a member of the eu.” around, she would not preside over they are confronting a no—deal i hope the prime minister takes the prime minister or government to that, it is not something she would everything we need do when we are no longer a member of the eu. i want to pursue something we don't agree scenario next friday. maybe that opportunity to come to the 1922 move on to the next one. chris has with? it is difficult and i'm under will change their minds. i am going said ifa consider doing. so we‘re in a committee this evening, when the move on to the next one. chris has said if a soft brexit is the final situation where, if her deal doesn‘t to ta ke will change their minds. i am going backbench conservative mps committee this evening, when the outcome what would the uk have to to take us a few feet away inside backbench conservative mp5 get no illusions about the position we go through, it‘s hard to see how she together, and the prime minister pay into the eu budget foreaccess to addresses them in order to be able would be likely to stay in herjob. the chamber because hilary benn, the the single market. i got advanced find ourselves in. but ultimately, to ask the searching questions that brexit select committee chairman is are still there now as to whether notice of this. it is important. the on his feet. we have had to if not cabinet ministers said they let‘s just be clear, let‘s just talk the prime minister will actually answer is quite a lot. so, one of are not going to be complicit in about the timing of this. on the deliver on what she said she would. this, that would bring about a basis of what he just said, he said persuade, cajole the government at the comparisons people, is obviously decision. i think everyone was not with norway which is part of the going to to be quite flexible and it would be possible to have an every single stage, to listen to the but the trust, i think, is waning, single market. the house of commons nimble over the next ten days, both extension, but conditional on a views and the vote, of us, as ebbing away, and the fact that we did some research on this, and using here and indeed on the other side of positive reaction to a vote in the members of the house of commons. and are not delivering march the 29th, one of the consequences of their 2014 figures, it reckoned norway the channel. fundamentally, we have british house of commons. so what refusal to have done so, is there is which was, we thought, in stone — paid into the eu budget about £115 a choice, we either no deal, with he‘s saying is, if they turn down her meaningful dealfor a she set at 108 times! she has a terrible lack of trust. in the all that entails, or we put this failed, and! per person in a year, the uk's net he‘s saying is, if they turn down her meaningful deal for a third time, we don‘t get the extension. she set at 108 times! she has failed, and i think there are no big brexit deal and any other legally question marks as to whether she government, it its intention, should be allowed to carry on. there contribution to the eu budgets that deliverable brexit deal back to the but what we don‘t know, he‘s saying processes , government, it its intention, processes, and we need trust, if we same year was 152, so a country that british public. i don't see any other options at the moment that are going to make progress because isa should be allowed to carry on. there is a growing number of people who would make any sense. what about we don‘t get the short extension. is not in the eu but still part of at the moment we have no idea where think, time to move on. thank you it's we are heading. i want to i want to
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the single market will pay a eddy along the lines that labour we don‘t get the short extension. it‘s impossible to say, without any very much indeed, that is certainly wa nts, questions there, to say whether they some of the discussion going on substantial amount, you would be eddy along the lines that labour wants, a customs union, a closer would be willing in a situation next say three things about the talking about billions for the uk, priorities for the house of commons about a change of leader. others week where we‘re leaving the eu in a and the country now. priority number relationship, lots of people think point out that doesn't really change that would get a majority in the the facts that, somehow, parliament there have been ohs other estimates house of commons? x-wing to me had no—deal scenario, it not clear one is we must achieve an ex tension has to come to some kind of saying it would be lower but not as whether at that point they would be willing to grant a long extension. agreement. thank you. low as some might think, then you to get to this. weather that is to article 50. that is why we voted have to balance the payment you put we just can‘t answer that at this let's go to brussels now m, achievable is up to question, but moment. but would certainly seem to and damian grammaticas. have to balance the payment you put in, against the benefits that how does that happen in ten days? against leaving with no—deal on businesses and others get out. be the case that theresa may, we wednesday of last week, it is why we just what you wanted, a bit of right. the last question, from glen clarity, not! well, some clarity, on twitter. you and i talked me know that she wants to bring back her deal one more time. there‘s the voted in favour of requiring the i'm not voting for the government's government to make an application times between ourselves over a pint deal unless it is subject to a which i think will be welcome to. foran issue of the speaker‘s intervention government to make an application for an extension to article 50 on this idea that to the 30th ofjune although you still owe me! i get a public vote. that is the position of saying it has to be a different thursday of last week, because if we is now the date. think about what a numberof public vote. that is the position of lot of questions about this. so is a number of colleagues. on the other proposal, but i think there was it true, if we leave with a no—deal, side, there are members who clearly enough wriggle room and that that don‘t get it, we will leave with we've had today, the sequence of they can get around that by some new no—deal, in nine days‘ time. events, in the morning, european legally for a period of ten years, actively seek a no—deal scenario. official said they were waiting for they're not going to change their documentation. and of course, the and we can move whatever statutory the eu has to allow us to inport that letter, needed clarity, they minds. so the reality is the circumstances been different, instruments we like in this place, because of circumstances now being thought that leaders here would around and export goods without any government's deal is not going to we only prevent a no—deal brexit if approach that pragmatically, no—one pass. if it's not going to pass, can that delay to brexit, the extension, on the one hand we have changed the would be inclined to reject tariff? someone heard this on the anything. on that basis, welcoming the delay that parliament voted for radio. if it is true, leaving with someone, pass. if it's not going to pass, can law, in the act we passed last year someone, centre for number 10 with a last week, is no conditional on the but on the other hand if the eu deliverable auction, because so far, the 30th of june no—deal. this is the wto, this is i heard one. and you think the prime deal going through. so the anything. on that basis, welcoming the 30th ofjune date. but what circumstances, you could argue, have agrees to grant an extension. in we're then had, interestingly, is minister should resign?” other words the two have to come the european commission coming out what every... so many mps come on changed. they have of the act is i heard one. and you think the prime minister should resign? i don't want together at the right moment, to to get into that conversation, but somewhat. this is a report from quickly and saying thatjean—claude the telly and say this is the case guarantee that extension and i juncker had been on the phone with at the prime minister isn't going to reuters saying that a spokesman for what is the truth? it is not quite thought we will all have listened theresa may and then urged her, when the case. it is much more acce pt at the prime minister isn't going to accept her strategy isn't working, theresa may has no comment on very carefully reading on our phone she sent a letter, not to include a then we need somebody who is going rumours of apm statement at downing to put forward a strategy that is
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complicated than that, the rules, what is donald tusk has to say about date any later than the 23rd of may. street. you can read into that what the rules of the wto but the gas working. i think the time has come. a short extension being dependent on that is because of that issue nigel she either decides to be for no deal you like, but it looks like it will rules say that countries or trade evans that is because of that issue nigel eva ns was a short extension being dependent on a positive vote next week, i only that is because of that issue nigel evans was talking about, the blocks can come to an agreement with or she decides to support me and happen. it does sound like they're european elections, which take place hope what he didn‘t say about an from that date. and the european other colleagues that believe any other countries to lower or remove brexit deal should be subject to a alternative extension being denying it either. in the available, and i hope that is in his circumstances, you think it may well tariffs and they can also have an public vote. that's the choice and i commission, which sees itself as the be happening, and i haven‘t been mind, if the house decides it is not think the prime minister needs to guardian of the eu and its interim arrangement do that until a make that decision it soon. in and many denials that it‘s going to going to vote for the deal if it structures and treaties and the happen. ministers and mps don‘t know properfunctioning of permanent agreement is in place. but of another leader were to take her comes back. the second thing that we structures and treaties and the proper functioning of the structures and treaties and the properfunctioning of the eu, is the question was can we force the eu place, just that help in any way, what‘s going on, they asked very clearly advising the 27 other need to do, i will give way, of to do it? we can't, because you need given that the numbers in parliament journalists quite often. but one said to me that downing street is in leaders and just who will meet to do it? we can't, because you need course. grateful indeed for the to have an agreement in place, in stay the same? it doesn't help, but tomorrow to discuss this extension — order to say we have an interim lockdown, they can‘t get hold of honourable gentleman giving way. i think the arguments would be on does he agree in the light of what it's advising them in a document agreement and the idea you leave anyone. but the suspect it might be the erg side that a lengthy that she is going to address the with no—deal, well, then you have no extension and taking place in eu nation to explain this significant that they should not grant an president tusk has said it would be agreement in place, now some say we moment. because take a step back remiss of the house not to consider extension beyond that middle of may again from all the detail, this is a the deal themselves week given he date, unless the uk was to take part could write a one page agreement and elections would reset the dial. moment when she is asking the eu to has encouraged us to do so and made academics have said here is one you delay brexit, and article 50 in those european elections. because fundamentally, the principle that clear an extension is conditional on looking forward, they say would have can use, but you can't force the eu i'm adhering to is that any brexit us clear an extension is conditional on us having considered it again.” extension, something she said she to bea looking forward, they say would have to do anything, you need two sides deal that emanates from this process didn‘t want to do, something she clear an extension is conditional on us having considered it again. i can only presume it is mr tusk trying to to be a longer process, the uk would doesn‘t want to do, has been forced then be in the eu for a longer time, to do anything, you need two sides to have an agreement. it will be a is not going to match what was and it would need to protect the into doing, because some would argue complicated agreement potentially promised in 2016. so it can only be there is now a very political crisis functioning of the eu. things like then you could look at applying this encourage parliament and the country right that such a deal is put to the the uk been involved in eu budgets, rule, but the idea that we can force going on over brexit. she may feel finally come to a decision because she has to explain that to voters as as the honourable gentleman will be selecting a new commission chairman, the eu to ensure that there are no public before we proceed. but when well aware, there is great the idea that it would be able to tariffs for ten year, it is not the you get the numbers for that? as you to why she‘s acting in that way. frustration on the part of the eu, keep renegotiating the deal on the know, it's been voted down already because when we meet them, as
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case. and the ten year thing is it's table. what i think this means is as the prime minister kept saying, to why she‘s acting in that way. it‘s probably worth reiterating what donald tusk said. this is the nonsense is it? there is another and it doesn't seem the labour party members of the select committee, at that the eu 27 litres will still crucial bit — pa rt of leadership is behind it? there were a recent meeting michel barnier said gather tomorrow, listen to what nonsense is it? there is another part of world trade organisation... in the light of consultations are theresa may has to say, and debate conducted over the past days, i i was afraid there might be. we don‘t really need more time now, believe a short extension would be at their response, but they may not part of world trade organisation... i was afraid there might hem zoo-odd mentions a ten year period so two leadership is behind it? there were 200—odd abstentions last week, i possible but conditional on a we don‘t really need more time now, we need some decisions, and i would still come back with a clear would assert that support for it at bits of information have been taken positive vote on the withdrawal the moment is greater than the agreement in the house of commons. response for it sometime next week. from separate places and you talk to express that frustration at the the questions they have will be governments's deal, but there isn't the question remains open as to the treasury, other parts of the government, because the story of about that date, but also the other government and they say they have yet a majority for it. the question taken government and they say they have ta ke n two duration of such an extension. which this sorry tale which has brought us thing they have always been saying, government and they say they have ta ken two bits government and they say they have taken two bits of information and would seem to suggest to me that given them far more significance to our present condition is a story of colleagues that don't want a deal why, what's the process of? and in than they have. it is is a potential is that, would you countenance a it‘s her deal or no extension? ofan to our present condition is a story the letter that theresa may sense, of an unwillingness to take people's vote in that circumstance?. would seem to suggest to me that decision, real decisions, about the route that could be used but the it's her deal or no extension? he's she will simply want to make the saying it is her deal and yet i future choices we face, as the proper argument to parliament again idea we could leave with no deal and for this deal to go through. that, i say to the eu you have do this is i think that in that scenario fa ntcies of numbers would increase greatly and thought you said short extension, future choices we face, as the fantcies of the leave campaign have think, will raise a big, red warning not true. hannah nodding away. we mayjust get it across the finish collided harshly with the reality of but again, without questioning him, grateful to you both. thank you both lights for eu leaders about what has line. isn't the problem is that the last two and three—quarter year, changed? how do you foresee this thousands of freehold homeowners it‘s hard to know. and if the government had been in the uk are paying eve ryo ne line. isn't the problem is that everyone has what they want to but again, without questioning him, it's hard to know. he said such an willing to maiken caspersen falla going through, they will have very unfair maintenance charges those decisions maybe it could have on housing estates. happen. you still think you can get in a practice dubbed fleecehold, extension. in such circumstances, owners of new—build homes what you want, and that is the case, been able to command a majority in difficult questions when they meet are charged fees for upkeep you would be unusual circumstances of nearby roads and parks, where we would be three days away the house. i will give way to my mrs may and when the goal by which residents are there was no mood for compromise in saying are unfair. there was no mood for compromise in from leaving, possibly, without a themselves to decide amongst jo tidman reports. the house of commons, even after all deal, which both sides don‘t want, fellow member and valued member of themselves to decide amongst themselves what they will grant.” this time, 1000 days since the with a have a look at it again? but the select committee. doesn't he will talk to later, thank you for referendum? ? right, buti find it extraordinary that the now. and we'll be taking that has been theresa may‘s gamble a closer looking at those buying a dream. but living a this time, 1000 days since the referendum? ? right, but i will read stipulates. there are two choices all along? she is trying to forced options open to the prime minister. here, eithera government excuses the house for at 2:30pm, we'll bejoined nightmare. terry stringer moved into stipulates. there are two choices here, either a brexit stipulates. there are two choices here, eithera brexit deal by a pair of brexit experts stipulates. there are two choices here, either a brexit deal subject indulging in not making its decision
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toa to answer your questions here, either a brexit deal subject to a public vote, or no deal. it is his new house in 2015. there are 80 in brexit when actually the blame about what may lie ahead. time colleagues decided which side of the fence they are on. thank you, parliament to confront reality all should be clearly at the feet of the stay with us for that. houses here, all paying a private along. it is forcing parliament into maintenance bill for the public land all those options still on the table conservative party opposite. surrounding their homes. the cost as cabinet ministers meeting the prime minister and we will have to what they regard as a terribly bad well i agree with the honourable per household rose from £150 in deal, and there are some who would lady and it seems to me the story of find out what she's saying. wishes refuse to back it. cash and we have 2015, to 400 last year. why did i to bea find out what she's saying. wishes to be a lot going on, we're getting gone back to the point, where, as we indulgence over the last two and if you have any questions, as in there, if you have any answers, send buy it? it is probably the worst thought it might be, it is my deal three—quarter years is is indulgence reaction from europe, french saying them in as well. they're mounted reaction from europe, french saying of one section of the conservative you're watching afternoon live, mistake of my life. so... just wish they‘ re mounted not these are our headlines: theresa may has confirmed reaction from europe, french saying they're mounted not to back any or potentially no deal, or a very, party, that has held the prime that she has formally asked the eu delay. the spanish saying spain is minister and therefore the country to for a three—month delay on brexit ready to give more time to britain very long delay to brexit. i think to ransom, and that is why it was a until the end ofjune. i wasn't here. i wish i was in the that‘s where we are, and the a race against time to rescue to avoid a no—deal brexit. we have question is now when she will be bit rich of the prime minister survivors of the cyclone that's old house. the builder and bring back the vote to the house of today, to include a, to accuse us of killed hundreds in southern africa. the first funerals take place maintenance company say they are this debate is about to start, in new zealand for the victims doing what was agreed at planning commons next week? by monday, they indulgence when she is the bun who of the gun attacks on two and have reduced the cost to £300 have to, by law, get down a neutral has been practising for this year. i am still paying my cabinet meetings, not sure who is in motion, which can be changed by mps, two—and—a—half year, i will of mosques in christchurch. course give way. i thank him for downing street at the moment. there at that point, you have a number of council tax on top of the service isa downing street at the moment. there is a rumour, firmly denied, that and in sport, the fa have signed a charge. everybody else in the theresa may was going to say mps presumably trying to put forward giving way way. would he agree the country can use this place. the something later. there is a sense their preferred alternative options. deal with barclays to sponsor the you could end up in a scenario where whole language of blame is women's super league in what's being described as the biggest—ever house builders federation says something's moving, we'rejust not you do get parliament voting then on incredibly juvenile whole language of blame is incrediblyjuvenile given what is at councils are refusing to adopt land sure what. and given that theresa the alternatives, by taking that sta ke for incrediblyjuvenile given what is at stake for the country, that what we planned investment in women's sport should be talking about is what is in the uk. the multi—million pound may and prime minister questions which means residents rely on into their own hands, really. i seem may and prime minister questions seem to be distancing herself from in the national interest, and as the deal starts next season and will run management company, but cowen sails parliament, having a go at think it‘s one more try with her father of the house argued earlier say the builders won't pay for it. parliament, having a go at deal or then parliament will be in a intojuly 2022. parliament for obsessing over on, we are at an impasse, the prime residents are caught in the middle. europe, you get the sense that position where it has to decide deal starts next season and will run into july 2022. an deal starts next season and will run something's about to give a pregnant where it takes over in some way. but
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intojuly 2022. an independent tribunal has found sheffield it's a familiar story to maggie. who minister‘s deal has been rejected heavily twice by this house for a united's sophie jones guilty out the impression from what you tribunal has found sheffield said in the house of commons is that reason, and if he want to be able to united's sophiejones guilty of racial abuse during a match against thatis where it takes over in some way. but that is fraught with difficulties. bought her house in 2001 and has she is frustrated by all of this and there are some suggesting that once make progress we need to be able to totte n ha m racial abuse during a match against tottenham hotspur injanuary. she's been paying a charge ever since. been given a five—match ban and the says the british people are too. this vote takes place, the prime sent it to me as if she was saying, minister herself should stand down. discuss the alternative, in a bought her house in 2001 and has been paying a charge ever sincem annoys me when i think about it structured and co heroin way with clu b been given a five—match ban and the club has said her contract will be look, there is one more chance to we were hearing that last week. what get my deal through, the one that terminated. and championship club are the chances she stands up the government‘s full support. that truthfully, we are living on the is what this house is crying for and bolton wanderers had been given two has been negotiated, but she would tonight in downing street and say she will push to get this deal what the government should support weeks to settle their debts and bottom end of an estate where we not be willing to preside over a if we are going to make progress.” through and they will then stand avoid a winding up order. i'd have never see this green area, we have a down? it's possible, although not agree with what the honourable bill come yearly, we are charged for more understory is just after lengthy extension to brexit because what we are hearing she is likely to gentleman says and i am not things that we don't know whether she doesn't think it's right for the interested in blame but analysing they are been done or not. there are say, but it is possible. is a listen how we have come to this point. some country. she thinks it would be a 2:30pm. to her in the house of commons, you more than 460 estates across the uk bad thing, notjust because of the may regard that as apportioning get the impression she was someone blame. i regard it as a description british people voted to leave the rescue workers in mozambique, in dispute with their management of what has happened and that is why zimbabwe and malawi say they're company, or builder over these eu, but also to be bad to carry on who has got to the point where she running out of time to reach private fees. this has been a was feeling a bit fed up about the the second thing i wanted to say is survivors of cyclone idai. with this uncertainty for another whole thing. she has had enough, we have got to demonstrate as a officials in southeast africa say problem that sort of crept up on the year, nine months, however long it hundreds have died in the storm and thousands more lives is. we did try to push downing it‘s quite clear. whole thing. she has had enough, it's quite clear. you said the house we intend to use the time if community which stealth. this has are at risk. street on whether she was hinting british people had enough, she is we get it, for a purpose. because we going to try and get her deal across the region, tens of thousands been under the radar, because it has that she would resign if, by the end are not going to sit here for three have lost their homes through. she said to parliament, you with some victims trapped on rooftops and clinging occurred incrementally. it has have failed to deliver on the result to trees, awaiting rescue. ofjune, her deal hadn't gone months or longer, twiddling our aid workers say there's also happened bit by bit. it is starting through, and they wouldn't answer of the referendum if you don‘t get a a threat of waterborne diseases. that, just saying they she was thumbs because the public expects us deal through. the question is, and to try and find a way forward that our correspondent naomi grimley reports. to to merge for individual determined to get her deal through. the arguments comes back at her from we can agree on. the prime communities koilt mange a but it does feel that what she is labour, it that she has been trying shattered buildings and water — difference. the government has minister‘s stricture, he has a that's all that seems to be left promised more legal rights but saying is that there is one more to pursue a deal where she knows perfectly fair point, we know what of the city of beira, residents say they would think twice attempt at all this. the problem she there is not a consensus for it in we are against. what are we for? which took the before buying again. has that is that there are lots and
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full force of cyclone idai. her party, on the brexit wing, who there is not a consensus for it in the house of commons. but has that should purpose should be to persevered with that and hasn‘t consider and then vote on, a number watch how the lonely figure vishala is here — in a moment tried to move to accommodate the feel no deal is still on the table, of different ways forward and i have in the centre of your screen wades because at the end ofjune, if they she will be telling us what's hot towards what's left of a home. hundreds of labour mps and other am advocate of indicative votes and and what's not in the business news. opposition mps that may well have don't vote for her deal, we leave that i are called that for an come with her on a different type of in a landscape where tree tops without a deal. no one is entirely important reason. i think a sensible are now lapped by water, first, a look at the headlines place to start is to say to members, one man is precariously winched clear what the strategy is. the deal, a softer brexit. she knows on afternoon live: theresa may has confirmed question is whether she's speaking that antagonises her own party even look, you can move in the direction that she has formally asked the eu to for a three—month delay on brexit to her cabinet about the strategy, more and she has resisted that. she to safety by rescue workers. ofa look, you can move in the direction of a free trade agreement and until the end ofjune. because we know they had a long is still resisting that and the members would argue for that, you a race against time to rescue survivors of the cyclone that's debate yesterday about all of this unknown is whether her deal was to can decide you want a customs union, and how long the extension should killed hundreds in southern africa. you can argue that you want norway a swathe of land 50km wide be. downing street couldn't say be rejected, which should be willing is completely submerged. to shift to some other form of many have been left clinging today whether the cabinet actually backed what she'd written in that future relationship to the one she and a customs union or a customs letter to donald tusk. it is an to roofs, as these pictures show. wa nts. arrangement. which of those three future relationship to the one she wants. i think that is unlikely. here's your business incredible situation at this point, would you like us to explore thankfully, aid is arriving in the shape of food, headlines on afternoon live: and if she's due to meet opposition does what donald tusk has just said further? because it enables members food and alcohol price rises helped shelter kits and cash assistance, push inflation higher in february, from leaders later this evening, change in any way the circumstances in my case i i would vote for two of the first rise since august 2018. what is she planning on saying to of the third meaningful vote in a but it will reach them? if you're planning on saying those, i wouldn‘t vote for a free the pound has slipped amid on—going to them as she is willing to find a urban areas first. uncertainty surrounding brexit. way thatjohn bercow will say, rural communities will have to wait as we've been hearing, compromise? it didn't sound like theresa may has asked brussels that‘s enough of a difference, trade agreement as the prime longer for help to come. for a shorter than expected delay that today, and she is saying that enough of a change of emphasis, that minister has set out but i would so we're talking this idea of indicative votes, a he will allow it to happen. because vote for the other two when we get about a huge crisis. to that moment, because it then to the uk's exit from the eu. series of votes going through all at the moment, it wouldn‘t appear on to give you a sense of that, the options in a more meaningful we've probably only accessed way, if you like, where in the end, gives us an indication of what about 10% of the area that's the face of it that enough has google has been hit changed for a vote to be allowed? currently affected, to even get with a £1.28 billion fine parliament has to pick one of the support might lie in the house of a sense of what those needs are. from the eu for blocking rival other, she didn't seem to be going online search advertisers. was also talk of some domestic common, and! so, beyond that, we're looking it is the third eu fine along with that. other mps still support might lie in the house of common, and i would, iwill. iwould at probably around 600,000+ for the search and advertising believe on monday, there will be a documents. last time that the people affected. giant in two years. point out that monday is our
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chance to do that. we know all the speaker made it clear because there are added documents alongside the opportunity in the motion that the deal, that made it a different. that television in brussels will be secretary of state clarified, when across the border in zimbabwe, watching what is going on in could be the case, has been a lot of he said he was talking about the the government has admitted itjust parliament, and then at 4pm, we have can't cope with the sheer scale a statement from donald tusk, so we talk about the so—called storm lock, motion in neutral term, monday will of this disaster. just under a third of staff employed be our opportunity to start that too many people have by wedgwood in the uk will watch what he says. i mean, given northern ireland more say over could lose theirjobs, what it is prepared to accept or not process , be our opportunity to start that process, and the house must take it, the same story to tell. there isn't a question here, is it has been announced. of course i will give way. once translation: there is hunger here. there? because we just don't know accept in a backstop situation. that about 145job losses are expected what's going on. to the debate is could be some kind of change. that again he is making an outstanding houses were washed away. at the world famous pottery firm in barlaston as it looks to "reduce about to start, some are going to we don't have a place to stay. complexity across its operations". the house of commons and we join speech on this issue. would he be chains on the dup agreement to that all our food stocks that emergency debate, beginning end coming on site. —— that depends they say it is part of their able to surmise what may happen were damaged and children died. now. thank you for granting this themselves week. we are suffering. position to try to make the company studio: we will pull away from that debate, it provides a vital more competitive. the gmb have said on the dup agreement to that and debate. what happens next, you are opportunity to scrutinise the prime everybody knows that they are concerned about the welfare coming onside. there are ways around on top of the destruction, minister's letter to the president flooding and mud, cholera and other of the workers there and that of the europe council. but on an asking? laura kuenssberg has tweeted that and i think there was enough diseases will inevitably follow. consultation period standards today. this. that opposition leaders are room for manoeuvre they are from the meeting the overall, it's thought that more we are talking about a company with speaker. and it is the case that if quite a history. yes it has been than 2.6 million people could be issue of this importance, it shouldn't have to be dealt with as a affected across three countries. they house of commons wanted to have rounds for a few hundred years. it so24 application. the prime minister a vote on her deal, example mag if is iconic part of the ceramic already experts say it could be should be here to answer questions. the worst such disaster ever seen industry as well, but, yes, they we got to the point where the in the southern hemisphere. should have been a full statement to clearly, they retail is under majority of mps wanted to bang it, downing street not confirming that. pressure at the moment and they want the house. i appreciate we had a then that could happen. please don't downing street not confirming that. downing street not confirming that. downing street remaining totally to be able to shield them pmqs earlier, but this is a very silent on that in fact. perhaps they in zimbabwe, thousands of people important decision about the future would like to look at this tweet. have been left homeless, go away, i‘ll be back to you later, and ministers admit they failed a us jury has found that one of the united kingdom, and the prime to anticipate the magnitude i‘m sure! let‘s talk about what the this is from philip ryan who is a
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of the cyclone. of the world's most widely—used minister should be here to make a our correspondent shingai nyoka has weedkillers was a "substantial full statement, setting out why she been in the town of mutare, factor" in causing a man's cancer. has applied for the extension she journalist in the republic. close to the border with mozambique. has applied for the extension she has and to answer such questions as brexit secretary stephen barclay this has huge ramifications. this is said ina there are across the house. it is brexit secretary stephen barclay said in a house of commons. he is warning mps on both sides of the i am here at the command centre, over round—up. bayer denies this, symptomatic of the way to prime debate about not voting for the which is responsible for the rescue minister's actually approached very prime minster‘s deal. and relief efforts in eastern many brexit issues, which is to push debate about not voting for the prime minster's deal. if they zimbabwe, and i havejust parliament as far away as possible continue to a rather strange way of the british spoken to the minister rejected the claims and has support a meaningful vote, then the of local government, july moyo, who tells me a p pa re ntly from the process. mr speaker, this rejected the claims and has apparently got lots of faith that house may opt for a softer form of public finding out they will be that the majority of food aid addressed by their prime minister and supplies are still stuck house has rejected prime minister's brexit, and i think that is a risk tonight, if that is what is going to they will find this round—up weed here because access that many who campaigned to leave happen but that subpoena apparently kyle killer not to be as dangerous deal twice, and not by small is still such a challenge. is what the irish taoiseach has margins. it has voted to rule out no mag must be mindful of. the current the helicopters that have as thisjury has risk of that, mr speaker, for those been moving between here kyle killer not to be as dangerous announced in dublin. and the affected areas as this jury has concluded. are prioritising medical evacuations. joining us now is our deal and it voted to require the north america business who cling to that liferaft as a correspondent, samira hussain: prime minister to seek an extension —— that is. ben brown is taking over we have seen for ourselves of article 50. i appreciate that the option, it remains clear whether or the difficulty of trying to access this could be significant. in the some of these areas by road. at 5.00. i think history will look first instance we can look at the brexit secretary's last words from not the house would ratify that, the dispatch box on thursday were, i some of these narrow roads price of bear, it has dropped by given the withdrawal bill would need are partially blocked to be passed, a major piece of at 5.00. i think history will look at that as a momentous day in the by landslides and rock falls. more than 10% on the news of this, commend this motion to the house, brexit saga. that is it for your and this is the second case as you legislation, and the sustainability before he promptly went off to vote of that coalition which come into now, president emmerson mnangagwa rightly pointed out, in the last afternoon live team. let us look at has gone into those against it, which caught me slightly question, with the risk of a no deal the weather with ben. it feels areas to see the extent several months, that have said that outcome. just taking you back to the of the devastation himself. by surprise. but no doubt, he's spring—like out there for many of us officials say that 98 look, this product is a carcinogenic house of commons, because we are today. which is apt, given it is the people are confirmed dead, probably rather hoping we don't and caused, contributed to the fight this afternoon. given us got but the anecdotal evidence we have spring equinox, some of us have heard from villagers cancer in two different individuals. hearing from a member of the snp. cloud, some of us have sunshine, but what it could mean is this could suggests that this figure could be much higher, all of us feeling the effects of
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into the hundreds. open the floodgates in terms of to, last week, ruling out no deal, other lawsuits that are going to be notjust hearing from a member of the snp. not just the hearing from a member of the snp. this mild air wafting up from the this is the fifth day notjust the one that hearing from a member of the snp. not just the one that the hearing from a member of the snp. notjust the one that the honourable since the cyclone hit member mentioned. with the prime south—west. high pressure is coming against the company, which is requiring the prime minister to seek generally in charge of the weather and the united nations is saying an extension of article 50, you so minister fitting generally in charge of the weather so for most it is fine and dry, but that for those yet to be reached, now, has been acquired by bayer and might have expected the prime member mentioned. with the prime ministerfitting herself member mentioned. with the prime minister fitting herself to vote against a resolution that she tabled for some it has been cloudy. this is minister to reflect on where we're time is running out. that acquisition is important, because bayer is the creator of at and to recognise that perhaps she and clearly supported at the point the satellite picture from a little earlier on, the best breaks in the aspirin and had this really big she tabled it, with the secretary of cloud in wales, the midlands, your reputation as being this, of the is the roadblock to progress. she state commencing a motion and then maker of aspirin but has become the shire, lincolnshire, down into east anglia, these areas likely to see number one seed and weed killer, and could come at this stage, act and voting against the motion later on the lion‘s share of the sufrn some news just some newsjust coming in some news just coming in from the the national interest and show some m, voting against the motion later on in, fact has been pointed out that sunshine. talking of the end of the old bailey, where a fan of the film that had a lot of investors worried leadership. and take a responsible day i am sure you will have noticed because it was acquiring the approach, which i think would be to the chancellor of the duchy of scarface, who went on a killing company, if you look at the share lancaster, on the of the government, the days getting longer. today is spree seek an extension to prevent no deal saying that asking for a short, one scarface, who went on a killing spree across scarface, who went on a killing spree across europe, has been found price of bayer since that of extension would be reckless few acquisition to now, it has dropped and provide time for parliament to the days getting longer. today is guilty of the fifth murderer here in days before the prime minister, on the equinox, the sunset times 13 by 35%, so this could be find a majority for a different minutes past six in london, more behalf of the government, went and britain. this man is 41, known as significant. yes, we are monitoring approach. are you think many members asked for a short, one of extension. like 6.37 in belfast, but once the that. we know this case is one of are yearning for that opportunity to sun has gone down, the clear spells tony montana, after al pacino's move forward and break the impasse. are likely —— likely to fill up with several we have a minister telling us that movie crime kingpin. he beat a man i will give way in a moment. the cloud again, so we are going to see shall we look at the markets? letter to president tusk makes clear largely cloudy condition, misty injune 1999, that it letter to president tusk makes clear thatitis letter to president tusk makes clear the pound has slipped down there have been many votes in this murky conditions for southern and movie crime kingpin. he beat a man that it is not the prime minister's in june 1999, using movie crime kingpin. he beat a man injune1999, using a pickaxe handle through $1.32 amid the on—going intention. the letter says, and i western coasts and this band of rain to inflict more than 120 wounds on uncertainty surrounding brexit. house against snp motions for will playing in the far north—west quote, the uk government's policy is of scotland. nowhere will it be a revocation, there haven‘t been any. him. it's been revealed that his to leave the eu in an orderly manner particularly chilly fight. but he tells us that the rules don‘t on the basis of the withdrawal attack came two years after he shot tomorrow, expect a cloudy started, agreement and political declaration attack came two years after he shot a father and son dead in his home with mist and hill fog over hills in
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we will talk about google in the agreed in november. the letter provide for delegations. the real village and then fled to britain the west, the odd spot of drizzle as underan village and then fled to britain under an assumed name. after his next hour, it has been fined by the well. compared with today, tomorrow continues, it remains my intention dance. the minister was wrong again. is going to be a cloudier day. all european union. more than1 billion. to bring the deal back to the house. with the same minister tell my right killing here, he then fled to italy where he shot and killed two men in the while we will have outbreaks of it isa european union. more than1 billion. it is a big fine and over ad sense not a new deal, not a change deal, honourable friends that during the a bar in catania, sicily, six months one of its products that monitoring transition period, we would still be rain in some western part, best not a deal or compromise, position and brokers adverse for rivals so chance of sunshine, through easters later. had tried to kill a third man wales, parts of the midlands, north that in the next hour. see you then. in the bar, but his gunjammed. that aggrieved by this house, but the european. this is nonsense from the east england but where you get stuck deal back to the house. it doesn't dispatch box. this house can no with cloud, good going for this time verdict coming in from the old speak of seeking a time for change longer take at face value anything a metalfactory workerfrom hereford of year. on friday morning we are bailey, a guilty verdict on the man who won a euromillions jackpot likely to have patches of mist and or time to consider other options from the government minister known as scarface. of £71 million pounds has proudly that could win support in speaking at the dispatch box, one of declared that it low cloud around, for many parts of increases in the cost will change his life. parliament. the only mention is that of food and alcohol ade goodchild — who's 58 — the most ancient and surely most england and wales and eastern helped to push inflation higher last month. sacred traditions of this house, scotla nd the rate of price changes, measured has quit his job and now has his eye england and wales and eastern scotland it should be a dry day with domestic proposals that confirmed that every minister speaks at the spells of sunshine, for north—west using the consumer prices index, on a new house with a jacuzzi, previous commitments to protect the dispatch box, the word can be taken rose to 1.9% — that's up "a few staff", as he put it, scotla nd spells of sunshine, for north—west scotland and northern ireland, here from 1.8% in january. internal markets, given concerns it will be windy, particularly for and dream holidays to as being correct. that no longer but the office for national expressed about the backstop. so statistics says house prices the far north. these outbreaks of are rising at their slowest rate the grand canyon and the pyramids. there's nothing new, it'sjust the rain creeping in. ahead of it very same deal to be brought back as soon applies, not through any are well for almost six years. you know you go from the bottom under half of the individual mild. behind that band of rain, it as possible. i will give way. he's the first funerals have taken of the screen and raise it up ministers, because far too often, a sta rts mild. behind that band of rain, it starts to turn cooler and that sets and shows you which line you have us starts to turn cooler and that sets place in new zealand us upfor starts to turn cooler and that sets us up for the weekend. we push this won on and everything was circled. measure say something that is true for the victims of last week's gun so i thought, £71,000, that's attack on muslim worshippers that today and then ceases to be true. it frontal system #150e69 wards. not unusual, for that to be the jackpot, making a very powerful speech, but left 50 people dead. so i looked at it again, is no way to run a government or much rain left by the time it it was £71 million. the predicaments were facing at this reaches the south—east, behind it we time, the real crisis, there has i had to sit back down parliament. a familiar theme there do notice a change in the feel of again, as you do. and the first thing that went been indications from the government from the snp as they take part in the weather, at least we will. not a hundreds of mourners gathered through my head was, of france that he may not permit an that emergency debate. let‘s hear at a cemetery near one of the i'd better phone my mum and dad. dramatic change, it is not going to extension to article 50. surface two mosques that was attacked be bring us back into the depths of in the city of christchurch. again from donald tusk, speaking in 50 people were killed without proposition, just do not
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in total and more burials agree that the current's in a real the past half hour. what he said winter, but i think lit feel less are expected in the coming days. just a short extension to brexit is spring—like. a lot of dry weather in an interview with clive myrie, fix, unless they change the new zealand's prime minister has proposition, then the prime minister possible if mps approve the but which trishowers for north—west called for a global fight to root will be face with a difficult i want to bring you an update on the withdrawal agreement next week. today i received a letter scotland. —— wintry. out racist, right—wing ideology. situation of either the revocation i don't think any, any leader, brexit story, theresa may vowing not of article 50 or crashing out with anywhere, can really prepare no deal? i do understand the themselves for those moments. delay the departure beyond june. from prime minister may, in which it britain's request for that delay would be turned down by the eu, if addresses the european council with difficulty, i don't think it's appropriate for me to respond or the request. to approve the comment on what may or may not have but it's fair to say, theresa may cannot provide i happen to be, though, sufficient guarantees that the been said from heads of state about what may or may not be agreed the prime minister of a particularly british parliament will approve the so—called strasbourg agreement tomorrow. the point i'm making is between the uk and the european peaceful nation, negotiated divorce. that is a commission and to extend the article an inclusive nation. warning from france. emmanuel macron about the expectation of this house a place where 200 ethnicities about the expectation of this house about the expectation of this house about the approach the prime minister would take and the even 50 period until the 30th ofjune and 160 languages are spoken. has that, said that in the last few greater expectation, i think, minister would take and the even 2019. just now, i had a phone call we pride ourselves on being moments. this muddies the waters, we greater expectation, ithink, as minister would take and the even greater expectation, i think, as i say, a yearning, i can feel the crossley house, i could feel it last well—known as a welcoming place. week, that this house be given the with minister in may about these will get more reaction to that, we in fact, the terrorist who brought proposals. in the light of the are waiting to hear from donald opportunity to break the impasse this act to new zealand chose us tusk. we will bring it live as well. itself by finding a way forward. the consultations that i have conducted over the past days, i believe that a let us have a catch up with the prime minister's approach is the for this terrorist act same old blinkered approach, which is all i'm going to do is to seek short extension would be possible. weather. it feels positively because we are all of those things. spring—like out there for many of us time to put my deal back exactly the but it would be conditional on a today. which is apt, given it is the same before the house. based on the and so, shock was, of course, positive vote on the withdrawal spring equinox, some of us have agreement and the house of commons. my immediate reaction. cloud, some have sunshine but all of premise of's letter, i'm not
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how could this happen here, to us, us cloud, some have sunshine but all of us feeling the effects of this mild entirely clear why the eu would the question remains open as to the grant an extension. but the question duration of such an extension. prime and to this community? air that is wafting up from the south—west. high pressure is for all of us, is to what length of generally in charge of the weather how concerned are you of minister may‘s proposal of the 30th so for most it is fine and it is dry extension and for what purpose. what a rising tide of white but for some it has been cloudy. is the policy of the labour party? nationalism in new zealand? this is the satellite picture from a how bad is that situation i'm going to come onto that. the ofjune, which has its merits, getting, do you think? little earlier on, the best breaks creates a series of questions of a my call would be a global one. in the cloud in wale, the midlands, you know, i'm very clear lincolnshire, down into east anglia, legal and political nature. leaders here to make the distinction that, these areas likely to see the lion's period should be as short as yes, this was an australian citizen, share of the sunshine as question possible but long enough to head to the end of the day. talking determine the purpose, in other will discuss this tomorrow. and it but that is not to say of the end of the day i am sure you words, the purpose is to determine comes to the approval of the that we do not have ideology the length. one of the mistakes will have noticed the days getting strasbourg agreement, i believe that in new zealand that would be we've made in the last two years, an affront to the majority longer. today is the equinox, the this is possible and, in my view, it of new zealanders, we've made in the last two years, we've been struggling in challenging that would be utterly sunset times we are looking at 13 rejected by the majority, the prime minister on this, if you minutes past six in london, more does not create risks, especially if the vast majority of new zealanders. let the clock dictate rather than the purpose dictates, yet exactly like 6.37 in belfast. but once the but we still have a responsibility where we've ended now. i will give it were to have the ratification sun has gone down the clear spells to weed it out where it exists process in the uk. at this time, i are likely to fill up with cloud way. does he agree with me that it and make sure we never create once again, so i think we are going an environment where it can flourish. to see largely cloudy conditions do not foresee an extraordinary through the night. misty conditions is absolutely ridiculous to suggest but i would make that a global call. for some southern coasts and this what new zealand experienced band of rain will plague the far that the idea of participating in here was violence brought against us democratic elections this may is the european council. if the leaders by someone who grew up north—west of scotland, breezy here as well and nowhere will it be a reprove my recommendations and there and lived their ideology somewhere else. particularly chilly night. but main reason for this nation not isa so, actually, if we want to make reprove my recommendations and there is a positive vote in the house of tomorrow, expect a cloudy start, doing what is in our national sure that globally we are a safe with mist and hill fog over some commons next week —— of the leaders
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interest is complete nonsense? we and tolerant and inclusive world, approved my recommendations. we can hills in the west, the odd spot of touched on this last week i probably we cannot think about this drizzle and compared with today, tomorrow is going to be a cloudier in terms of boundaries, day, all the while we will have and that's the kind of leadership formalise in the written procedure. outbreaks of rain in some western need to answer the first however, if there is such a need, i i think we need intervention, let me deal with the to see on this issue. parts of scotland. best chance of would not hesitate to invite the first intervention first. there is members of the european council for the prime minister of new zealand. sunshine through east wales, north a meeting in brussels next week. the difficulty of eu elections, we east england but where you get stuck discussed last week for the legal with cloud, 13—16 degree, pretty position is. and what the political a record number of possible victims good going. on friday morning we are position is. and what the political position may be. we need to bear of trafficking and modern slavery likely to have patches of mist and although the hope for a final were referred to the uk success may seem that in mind. but i think, greater authorities last year. low cloud around, for many parts of although the hope for a final success may seem frail, and although the national crime agency says importance is that, given that we're brexit fatigue is increasingly england and wales, as also eastern discussing the future of the united the rise to almost 7000 scotla nd england and wales, as also eastern scotland a dry day with spells of kingdom and its relationship with visible and justified, we cannot sunshine. for north—west scotland and northern ireland here it will be the eu, that we take time to find cases was fuelled partly give up seeking until the very last by so—called county lines — gangs windy. gusts of wind of 50—60 and the eu, that we take time to find the purpose of the extension and a who force children and vulnerable moment a positive solution. of adults to supply drugs. our home affairs correspondent majority that the house can get outbreaks of rain creeping in. ahead behind so that we know why we are of it mild, behind that band of rain course, without opening up the danny shaw is here. it starts to turn cooler. that sets seeking the extension, and that will withdrawal agreement." we have begin to answer the question of how a big rise in the number of us it starts to turn cooler. that sets us upfor it starts to turn cooler. that sets us up for the weekend. we push this long an extension should be for. i children. the national crime agency will give weight. the problem really believes this is primarily because frontal system south—east wards. not reacted with patience and goodwill they are seeing more cases where much rain by the time it reaches the to numerous turns of events, and we young people, some as young as 11 or south—east. behind it we notice a change in the feel of the weather at 12, are being groomed by gangs, is that the eu negotiators actually are confident that also now we will least we will. not a dramatic not lack the same patients and coerced by gangs, into delivering change, it is not going to bring us drugs for them. going from big said it would have to be significant backin change, it is not going to bring us back in to the depth of winter but goodwill at this most critical point
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changes before they would look at an cities to rural towns to coastal in this process. it will feel less spring—like for the weekend. a lot of dry weather, extension, and the problem we've towns. they're taking heroin and cocaine and, in some cases, sunshine but wintry showers for 00:26:07,132 --> 4294966103:13:29,430 north—west scotland. vulnerable adults are seeing their that was taught to speak in brussels homes used in these towns as the got, no—one knows what the prime a short time ago, he confirmed that minister is going to ask for in he had been on the phone to theresa relation to that extension. does not may before taking to the podium. in basis for these drug supply agree with me that that is operations. clearly, we don't know disgraceful for the hospice to be downing street, we are still whether there is a genuine increase ke pt disgraceful for the hospice to be kept in the dark in this way? the awaiting confirmation of what the in all these cases of trafficking plan now is. when we show you a and modern slavery or if it is simply because there is more problem with the prime minister's awareness of the problem and ability this, we voted on a motion last week tweet from laura kuenssberg who to report these problems to that said she would seek a short says... authorities. but certainly, the extension if the deal was passed by evidence is that the county lines today. and it's not been put before operations are a growing problem and the house today. that was paragraph a real concern is how young many of two the prime minister's motion that these victims are. she would seek a longer extension if time for a look at the weather. that wasn't the case. there is an expectation the premise would do the opposite of what she's done today. but that is not being denied by in global terms, everyone is equally important, there's a growing downing street either. concentrated on the aftermath of expectation that this house needs to our europe correspondent damian that cyclone? it made landfall last have time to decide what happens grammaticas is in brussels. next. and a different prime minister week, but effects are clearly still a very clear message there from being felt, and this scenes like might have reflected on what donald tusk and, clearly, upping the these devastating scenes, a happened last week and come this combination of strong winds and also week to say, i recognise my deal is ante? absolutely, he has said time
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over 600 million to that of rain it not going to get through as it is, seems from cyclone idai. a storm to stop all of the votes and surge, reports of which now suggest and i, the prime minister, will discussions and demands the eu is it may have been a strong surge on provide a process of some sort or ask the house to help with a process , ask the house to help with a process, so there is a majority so getting from theresa may. he says the coast inundating these coastal we can move forward. that is what is areas. so what's the weather like now an extension as possible but now a week on? well, certainly not being missed by this letter. i will conditional, conditional on passing that vote, which is likely, i guess, quiet. i'll show you on this give way. as ever, the right satellite picture, still some blobs of clouds, not a cyclone any more, honourable gentleman makes a powerful speech. he's given an at the beginning of next week. that, but still vicious showers and thunderstorms continuing over the explanation, rather he's given a you have to put in contests, you next few days. we talked about 600mm description of what he would have expected the prime minister to do in heard jean—claude juncker talking early this morning talking about the of rain, these storms might give up eu reaching the limits of its to 75mm of rain, so when are not patients. donald tusk was talking circumstances. what explanation does about brexit fatigue setting in. themselves, nothing unusual for this he put forward as to why the prime pa rt themselves, nothing unusual for this part of the world, but with rescue what he has done is up the ante, up minister hasn't behaved in that way? is it because she is stubborn or the pressure, and all those mps in and recovery operation is parliament to say this is the time continuing, any more intense downpours will not be welcome. it because she is in the pockets of the now, you have to take a decision. he might bea did indicate that the eu would agree downpours will not be welcome. it might be a bit quieter for the to that request from theresa may to erg, the hard brexiteers, who are weekends. turning attention is essentially running this country, closer to home, we're now in a confirm those assurances given in running this brexit process? what strasbourg to try and help her get spring? there is always debate about does he think the explanation is? that deal through. interestingly, what he did not say, he did not say this. meteorologist say the first i'm gratefulfor does he think the explanation is? i'm grateful for that intervention,
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day of spring is the 1st of march, what he did not say, he did not say what would happen in the event that because we like to split our season the house of commons voted against up because the immediate concern is the theresa may‘s deal next week. which because we like to split our season up into three—month periods. it prime minister doesn't appear to be leaves open the question of what easier to work... spring equinox, acting in accordance with her own with the eu do in that position? motion of last week. but the deeper donald tusk said he saw no reason at problem is this, and this is what though? we get lots of letters from the minute for an extraordinary people saying it starts in the i'm most concerned about, that the summit of eu leaders next week. that could be a reason to call one. a few spring equinox, and quite right, prime minister still thinks the failed strategy of the last two astronomically, it does start on the days ago, he was touring european yea rs, failed strategy of the last two years, namely my deal or no deal, a spring equinox, and that is now here capitals, telling european leaders to be open to the idea of a long today. what does it mean? well, in blinkered approach, no changes, no room for parliament, should be the summer, the earth is tilted, so pursued for another three months. in extension. would that be a we're facing the sun. in the winter, other words, all she's going to do possibility if mps voted against the it's tilted so we face away. the is use the three months in exactly deal, we don‘t know. what you said the same way, to bring back the today was that mines had to be equinoxes the points, where relative deal, over and over again, focused on the deal on the table and the same way, to bring back the deal, overand overagain, as the same way, to bring back the deal, over and over again, as many to the sun, the earth is not tilted. times as she can, that breaching the ta ke focused on the deal on the table and take a decision now. i think the eu rules of the house, and to try to wa nts take a decision now. i think the eu wants us to be the final decision. so the sun is right overhead so you force it through. that is the get generally equal days and nights wherever you are in the world. so strategy she's been pursuing a denialfrom paris a denial from paris that emmanuel macron was suggesting that france throughout these negotiations and it was mined to veto this. clearly wherever you are in the world. so has failed badly. what we must not wherever you are on the planets, you there is tension within the eu 27. get about the same amount of day and allow to happen isjust same amount of night. but from now has failed badly. what we must not allow to happen is just another three months to use up on the same on, the evenings will lengthen? they approach. i will make progress and well, i think what the issue is then give way in just a moment. the about, really, there us with the clarity that the eu wants to see will. i've noticed it in recent letter sent by the prime minister of
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from the uk side. they said this all weeks, they've been getting longer this morning makes two requests of and that process will continue. at the council, that they approve the along, they need a clear game plan, the other thing about the equinoxes, documents agreed in strasbourg on it can happen on the 19th, 20th or along, they need a clear game plan, a clear idea from theresa may how the 11th of march and then allow it things without work out. this is the three months for the prime minister to get the same deal through way ducks understanding —— donald zist, it can happen on the 19th, 20th or 21st, the date is not fixed. it parliament is. i think, mr speaker, tusk sees of ensuring that to depends on the position of the sun happen. but demanding a vote before and lee years and all sorts of if i'm right and understood the letter properly, that the prime minister may be planning to bring a things. when is it, ben? this year, the extension can be confirmed. deal back on the basis that the jean—claude juncker suggested the documents that were before us last same thing this morning, speaking on timei documents that were before us last time i have not been approved firmly at the council and that there is the radio, so the suggestion is that it is the 20th of march at 21:58pm. that would be the way, i guess, of some domestic arrangements that have been agreed with possibly other getting a clear idea, which the eu so if you're standing on the parties, and then say, well, now the has sought all along what the uk equator, where are you? summer where parliament would be prepared to deal can be put to another vote, agree to, and then respond. clearly, the eu at the minute still saying notwithstanding the documents on the it's still light, so maybe north table are exactly the same as were this withdrawal agreement, the one voted on last week. obviously, that america... no, not north america! will raise an issue as to whether on the table is is the only one and we heard michel barnier say this that's in accordance with the yesterday, this is the one that will i've got you! you better tell us standing orders of the house, which will have to be addressed at the secure an ordinary exit, nothing time. let me complete this points. else at the minute is on the table where it is in store. it's not do that. not a lot of journalists in the letter continues, it remains my the room hen he was giving his news looking too bad, a lot of sunshine intention to bring the deal back to conference because he said he wasn‘t today, so you should see more of the house, not a new deal, but at going to be taking question, that through the afternoon. all of something different tomorrow, after us, whether you have sunshine or the house, not a new deal, but at the same deal. that is this summit, because the questions,
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clouds, have pretty warm air, there are going to be many. yes, extraordinary, in terms of the way lasting up from the south west. the house voted last week. it there are going to be many. yes, there will. mr tux said this, his looking at the satellite picture, a doesn't reflect the emotion that was passed. it was clear that, as i say, statement was his recommendation to lot of clouds around, breaking up in the 27 other leaders, so they still some areas more than others. wales, have to meet tomorrow, they still paragraph two, under one hand, a have to meet tomorrow, they still have to meet tomorrow, they still have to hear theresa may out, and short, technical extension if the yorkshire, lincolnshire, a lot of sunshine and as a consequence, 7o deal was passed today, that was when then discuss what their actual decision will be. this isn‘t the degrees likely. some spots creeping the prime minister had the intention of bringing the deal back today, or final decision but we can be sure he a longer extension if that is up degrees likely. some spots creeping up to 18, but where you have the wouldn‘t put this down on the table if he wasn‘t pretty sure the leaders clouds, it will stay miles. heading he said a few moments ago, that we re if he wasn‘t pretty sure the leaders were behind it. we will from the to there was no point in asking for an wait and see when emmanuel macron is towards the end of the day, what extension, particularly a long one, in the room, when angela merkel is time is the sun going to set? if in the absence o fr a clear purpose. in the room, when angela merkel is in the room, when angela merkel is in the room, do they consent to i gather from those remarks this? do they see this as the best you're in belfast, around 6:37pm, in the absence o fr a clear purpose. i gatherfrom those remarks he thinks a long extension is way forward or do they have a if the appropriate, could he confirm that, london, more like 6:13pm. once the rent idea? they could still do that. and can if he does could he tell the especially emmanuel macron, macron, sun does go down, clear sorts house what his purpose would be?- we are been hearing some tough talk, through the day, likely to fall back i indicated earlier i will get to purpose in a while in my speech. i that mr macron feels the time has in with cloud. so predominantly, cloudy through the night, mr comic will give way. come for a decision to be made one way oar the other. damian, thank you market and drizzly in places, very much. particularly for hills and coast in the west. and nowhere is it going to i think the thank him, he said that another interesting day! let us take the prime minister was not following bea the west. and nowhere is it going to be a cold at night. temperatures her own motion because she said in
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the third part of it she would seek a break. time for the weather. here holding up nicely. so mild start is benn. thank you have much. good tomorrow, cloudy for most of us, and a longer extension, reading the motion doesn't appear to say that, afternoon, temperatures have been on balance larger than today. the the first part says she will seek an doing nicely today where we have had extension, the second part says that some sunshine, we have been up at 18 best chance of seeing brightness, if the deal had gone through by or19 parts of east wales, the west today she would seek a short some sunshine, we have been up at 18 or 19 degree, not all of us have seen or 19 degree, not all of us have seen sunshine, we had a lot of midlands. some across north east extension, and the third part merely notes that if the deal didn't go brightness so far across wales, the england as well, and always this rain plaguing north west scotland midlands, northern england. you can is. but even with less in a way of see where cloud has led and as we go sunshine, still mild, up to 16 through, the ex, and axe tension was into this evening more of us will degrees. mild for many of us, wales sought, she did not say she would see cloud spreading in. it will be and eastern scotland seen patches of seek a longer extension, i would be misty and murky. all the while we low clouds, mist and fog, then grateful if you could clarify that. spells of sunshine. then rain into will have this band of cloud and that allows me to read what the rain affecting the north—west of the north west. also went across scotland. temperature—wise, nowhere is going to be cold. generally north west scotland, gusts up to minister for the that allows me to read what the ministerfor the cabinet that allows me to read what the getting down to 7 and 11 degree, so minister for the cabinet office said, on this motion, from this 60mph. although for many of us it's tomorrow, still this cloud and mild, behind this band of rain it dispatch box, on... he was promoting outbreak of rain in north—west sta rts mild, behind this band of rain it starts to turn it cooler and scotland. elsewhere, a lot of grey fresher, taking us into the the motion and he voted for it, so weather to start off. mist and murk weekends. this frontal system, this and drizzle. there should be some maybe what he said maybe taken brighter glimpses here and there but cold front, is going to move over seriously. what he clearly, what he not as much sunshine as today. with clearly was saying to the house, was the extra cloud you are looking at 12-16. not bad us, but behind it, there is a change in the absence of a deal, and what in the feel of the weather. this is the extra cloud you are looking at 12—16. not bad at all for this time he meant by that was a deal going of year. friday we will see rain
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into the north—west. that sinks not punching us back into the depths of winter, but just through by today, he said this. south—west wards on friday. it turns not punching us back into the depths of winter, butjust not quite as standing there. last week. a short cooler for the weekend. mild as it is at the moment. so that we can forecast looks like this, and critically one off extension would be down right reckless, and dry, spells of sunshine, temperatures around 13 degrees. some com pletely would be down right reckless, and completely at odds with the position wintry showers in the north west of that this house adopted only last scotland, so not quite as springlike 00:32:18,323 --> 4294966103:13:29,430 by the weekend. night, making no deal, a no—deal scenario more likely rather than less likely, the words from the government's benches on the interpretation of their own motion. in other words, if a deal hadn't gone through by now, minister of the cabinet office saying in those circumstances, simply to go for a short one off extension, down right reckless, and makes no deal scenario more likely rather than less likely. and members in this house ought to be concerned about that. i will give way. grateful to my right honourable friend. the motion that the house agreed made it clear that if there was not a deal by today, then the like will he hood would be that ——
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the likelihood would be that the european council would require a longer tension tiontion is it his view when the council meets tomorrow thatis view when the council meets tomorrow that is likely to be what they will ask for, what they will require? well, we will have to wait until tomorrow to see what their response is. it may simply be that they will consider any request but they need to know that the purpose is. this is where the prime minister may get into some difficulty, if she says the only purpose to allow me to keep putting my deal for the the only purpose to allow me to keep putting my dealfor the next the only purpose to allow me to keep putting my deal for the next three months, then that may or may not be seen as months, then that may or may not be seen as realistic, in terms of what is going to happen in the next threw months but it's a question the prime minister will have to... i am going to give away and then i will give way, i will give way twice. going back on his point, it is apparent and he may agree with me, the remarks made by the chancellor of the duchy of lancaster were not being made south of the air but in order to explain —— out of the air
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but to explain and justify the government's wording of that motion which came in for a considerable amount of criticism as appearing to be opaque so he may agree the words uttered at the despatch box could be taken authoritatively as the government's assurance about what they intended to do. well, i do agree with that, and i think the reputation of the minister of the cabinet office in this house is of someone cabinet office in this house is of someone who, that who others do invest assurance and confidence, because of what he says and the way that he says it. i also think that there may have been the sort of preparing for the meaningful vote coming back this tuesday, with the message that if you don't vote for it next tuesday, then the government is going to have to apply for a different extension, so there was at least that dual post. i said i will give way and i will. the emphasis on his wore short is subjective,
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because for many people, short is long, and long is short. and if he, well, clearly by definition, it by definition subjective. perhaps he is comparing one statement of short, compared to another statement of long, but even if that case it is a purely subjective. well, i mean... i suppose i accept the proposition one person's short maybe another person's short maybe another person's long, but the debate, the words of the minister of the cabinet office weren't in isolation out the blue, they were in the middle of a heated debate about the motion, what it meant and how we should interpret it, and! it meant and how we should interpret it, and i don't think, i don't think in all honesty, i will give way in a moment, i don't think anybody would doubt what the cabinet minister was saying and what he meant by it. i took him to mean a short and critically one—off extension meant
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an extension for up to three months with a cliff edge at the end of it, and that was how the debate was going. i will give way.” and that was how the debate was going. iwill give way. ithank and that was how the debate was going. i will give way. i thank him for giving way. doesn't he find it extremely regrettable that the strategy that this government has now, is to bamboozle everybody, so nobody knows now what was meant, said and so forth and is that not extremely regrettable, in the case of such an important issue for the nation now? well, i certainly agree that it nation now? well, i certainly agree thatitis nation now? well, i certainly agree that it is not the first time that we have passed a motion which most people voting for it thought was pretty clear, only to find out that what it means is disputed within a week, i will give way. very grateful to the right honourable member. is he as confused as i am given we flare the despatch box assurance insurance the government and the prime minister they know the will of the people and it has been decided. if they are so sure why are they so
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fea rful to if they are so sure why are they so fearful to asking people? that is a question for the government but my point is whatever, we have to find a way through this impasse, and that requires us to come together as a house and to consider what the options are and vote on them. i don't think simply putting the deal that has been rejected over and over again, with differing threats is really helping. what the prime minister... i will in a moment. what the prime minister has done mr speaker, on one view, is having accepted a motion last week to take no deal off the table is trying to put no—deal back on the table within a week. just changing the date of the no—deal, so she can ram the deal up, against the deadline again, with the old my deal or no—deal. there will no doubt be a running down of the three months as we get closer to the three months as we get closer to thejune the three months as we get closer to the june deadline with the three months as we get closer to thejune deadline with the same stras yes, that is the cause for concern. “— stras yes, that is the cause for
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concern. —— strategy. stras yes, that is the cause for concern. -- strategy. ithank him for giving way, does he agree with me it is absolutely outrageous, that the government should be bringing back the same dealjust a week later, to ask mps whether they have changed their mind, when they refuse com pletely changed their mind, when they refuse completely three, almost three years later, to give the public the opportunity to... well, that is a very powerful point. i think the idea, the argument we were making last week was that realistically, the deal hadn't changed from the first time it was put, eight weekserly earlier, and —— weeks earlier and there was the suggestion that the government was going to bring it back this week and not pretend there were any changes but saying it is a week further on. that is what has to stop, i will give way and give way again. i than him for giving way, i am not sure if he is
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aware it is international happiness day and would he agree with me perhaps once way of making both sides of this house happy might be for there to be a people's vote, on the prime minister's deal, with the option to stay in the european union. and we would all be happy, including him. mr speaker, i including him. mrspeaker, iam including him. mr speaker, iam not including him. mr speaker, i am not sure how another day where i am at this despatch box and we are here, discussing brexit could be considered a happy day by anybody‘s book. i will give way. he has been very generous mr speak we are if interventions and i am sure it may have escaped his note, paragraph 562 of hansard, on thursday 14th march, when indeed the duchy of the chancellor of the duchy of lancaster also made it very clear in his opening remarks, about what the purpose of the government's motion was, and as the honourable gentleman has told us, the
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chancellor made it very clear that he would, that this motion was to deal with the event of this house approving the withdrawal agreement under short extension and he goes on to the end of that column, 562, to say and if that, for whatever reason, that proves not to be possible, we would be faced with the prospect of choosing only a long extension, so he has said it more than once, and the purpose of that motion was extremely clear to this house. well, i think it was, i really do think it was clear to anybody who was in the debate, and i think the minister for the was in the debate, and i think the ministerfor the cabinet was in the debate, and i think the minister for the cabinet office went on, at least to hint that if the deal didn't go through this week, he at least would be open to some sort of process, by which the house could come to a different agreement and move forward. i think he indicated that would be next week, and of course on monday, we are due to vote
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and possibly amend the section 13 motion that the government has to lay as a result of the last meaningful vote failing. iam meaningful vote failing. i am grateful to my right honourable friend giving way. does he agree with me, that it is not about the length of the extension but the function of the extension. and therefore, the eu will need to see either a change in the process, that isa either a change in the process, that is a vote of the people of this country or a very different deal moving forwarder because the prime minister's deal clearly is dead now and cannot come back to life. well i do agree with that and i also think that it isn't very seemly for the united kingdom to have a situation where a deal is simply put and reput, and reput, and reput, and if it eventually gets through by a few votes after many times of
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trying, with threat levels change, thatis trying, with threat levels change, that is no, that is not a proper basis for the future relationship with the eu. and it loses all credibility that the meaningfulness of it is sucked out every time this process is repeated. i am going to make some progress mr speaker, i will give way in a moment but i think i should make some progress. mr speaker, we are now accusing in the an sown of a deal with the express will of this house to prevent no—deal. one of my biggest concerns today is that the prime minister's actions make no—dealfar more likely not less, that is the very issue we more likely not less, that is the very issue we were more likely not less, that is the very issue we were trying to deal with last week. if agreed to by the eu, a short extension nor the purposes of forcing through this deal would push the cliff edge back tojune deal would push the cliff edge back to june 30th and deal would push the cliff edge back tojune 30th and we would start down the same track. and you know, the prime minister is repeating the same flawed strategy she has been pursuing for two years to try to
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recreate the binary choice that this house rejected last week. obviously mr speaker, i house rejected last week. obviously mrspeaker, iam house rejected last week. obviously mr speaker, i am going to make progress then i will take interventions. obviously after last week's debate and as we did, we recognise that the extension to article 50 is now needed, and it is the failure of the prime minister's approach that has caused that requirement for an extension. of course, any extension should be as short as possible but it has to allow a solution to the mess the prime minister has got the country into, to provide a route to prevent no—deal, not to make it more likely, and it has to provide a way for this house to prevent the prime minister forcing the same deal on us over and over again. that is why we believe the focus in coming days, and weeks should be on finding a imagine for a new direction, to —— majority for a but direction, to allow options that can resolve the current crisis, for labour that centres on two basic
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proposition, a close economic relationship, with a permanent customs union and single market align 78 and a public vote, with credible leave options and remain, and that i need to be discussed, those propositions need to be tested, along possibly with other propositions and we need to come to a consensus to see whether we can move forward. that is what extension should be about, not about the narrow interests of the conservative party and trying to keep the prime minister in post. mr speaker, thank you again for allowing the debate today, i look forward to hearing the minister explain the government's approach, and how it plans to prevent parliament from going back to the same place in three months‘ time. thank you. the question is this house has considered the matter of the length and purpose of the extension of the article 50 process requested by the government. i call the the secretary of state for exiting the european union. thank you. it is always a
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pleasure to follow the learned gentleman. he started his remarks by saying that the prime minister should be here to answer his so24 but oddly when immediately on to note that the prime minister had been here forjust under an hour answering questions on the extension in particular. and indeed if one ta kes in particular. and indeed if one takes it together with two urgent questions to my department this afternoon, an s 024 and much of prime minister‘s questions being taken on those matters, whether that constitutes for the member amounts to international happiness day i leave for others to determine. of course i will give way. the honourable, the minister might be wise to be aware of the fact that the prime minister‘s letter to donald tusk was not released until
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after prime minister‘s questions started and it wasn‘t released to this house house, it was ereleased to journalist, is isn‘t this house house, it was ereleased tojournalist, is isn‘t that this house house, it was ereleased to journalist, is isn‘t that the case. it is good to take wisdom from all sources in terms of the letter my understanding it was placed in the house of commons library, the precise timing of that i think given the length of time that prime minister question‘s run for, i think it was probably in the library when the prime minister was still answering question, i will give way. i thank the minister for giving way. he is stood here describing how much time this house has spent talking about brexit, but there speaker, thatis about brexit, but there speaker, that is not the problem, the problem is we are nine days away from leaving, and the government appears to have mollty, isn‘t that the problem? —— to have mollty, isn‘t that the problem7 — to have mollty, isn‘t that the rob - ' to have mollty, isn‘t that the problem? -- policy. the honourable lady is correct, the house has spent a lot of time talking, what it
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hasn‘t done is spend a lot of time deciding. what we have seen is what the house, of course i will give way to the honourable lady. thank you. there is a famous phrase the definition of insanity is doing the same thing over and over again and expected a different result. historical precedent says it can‘t come again. the eu said they won‘t accept an extension, at one point we accept an extension, at one point we a cce pt we accept an extension, at one point we accept we have to go back to the people because we can‘t keep going over and over it. i do wonder if the honourable lady is describing her own frontbenches policy us because they have put forward a proposal that the house has rejected, and yet seem that the house has rejected, and yet seem to be intent on putting forward the same policy and if you speak to eu leaders, as indeed the right honourable gentleman will have done, what comes across from senior figures in the eu, is that the proposal put forward, by the leader of the opposition, is simply not
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credible. for example, for a moment, for example, he thinks he can retain control over state aid, he thinks he can have a say on eu trade deal, these are things that are simply not on offer, of course i will give way to the honourable gentleman. he seems to be somehow surprised that the house has been asking urgent question, has been seeking this debate, holding the prime minister to scrutiny because this is the greatest crisis this country has faced since suez. our international reputation is in tatters, our bids are losing jobs an investment, we are losing jobs an investment, we are paying millions down the drain that could be spent on public services and he wonders why this house is asking questions? it is absurd. with respect to the right honourable gentleman, that wasn‘t the point i was making. it is right that the house answers question, rightly you have personally championed the house asking question, urgent questions is something to which i think you take
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much pride, but the point is, i will ina much pride, but the point is, i will in a moment, but the point that the honourable gentleman is not addressing, is that people around the world also look to this country, to respect its democracy, they say that this house gave, they say this house gave to the people the decision, indeed the government of the day, the government of the day wrote saying we would honour that decision, and i think what, what is damaging to our reputation around the world, is a sense of us asking the world, is a sense of us asking the people for a decision and, of course i give way. i am very grateful to the secretary of state for giving way. could hejust explain to the house give an answer to this simple question, the prime minister has revealed today she has applied for a short one off extension, and yet, from that despatch box, last week her de facto
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deputy described such an extension and down right reckless, could he explain to the house what the chancellor of the duchy of lancaster was thinking of when he made that statement? firstly i refer to the right honourable gentleman to the comments my right honourable friend the prime minister said on that very issue, because she was questioned more than once at prime minister‘s question, it relates to the point that his right honourable gentleman colleague said in his opening remark, because at some length he kept referring in the motion to paragraph two of the motion last thursday, and the point about the motion last thursday was it was conditional on a meaningful vote taking place, which has not happened. what was also, just a second, because, the right honourable gentleman as so often raises a very serious point, as chair of the select committee but also, if you look at the comments
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