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this is bbc news. hello, you're watching hello, you're watching afternoon live. this is bbc news — our latest headlines. today at 5pm, we‘re live our latest headlines... afternoon live — i'm simon mccoy. theresa may is at a summit in brussels, for the crucial eu theresa may is at a summit i'm simon mccoy. today at four: today at 3. on a mission she admits in brussels to ask eu leaders summit, looking to break in brussels to ask eu leaders on a mission she admits she personally regrets: for a three—month delay to brexit, the deadlock, just eight days hello, you're watching before britain is set for a three—month delay to brexit, she personally regrets: theresa may theresa may is in brussels — as french president emmanuel macron afternoon live — saying it would give parliament meets with eu leaders in brussels — to ask for a short to leave the european union. i'm simon mccoy. the time to make a final choice to ask for a short warns that another defeat extention to article 50, for mrs may‘s deal next week the prime minister arrived, today at 2. extention to article 50. with a familiar message, on her withdrawal agreement. as french president emmanuel macron would make a no deal inevitable. urging mps to back her deal, warns a no—deal brexit as she prepared to ask fellow on a mission she admits i am still working on ensuring that in case of no vote or no, directly, iam i am still working on ensuring leaders for a short brexit delay. she personally regrets: theresa may parliament can agree a deal so we arrives in brussels — parliament can agree a deal so we can leave in an orderly way. to ask the eu for a short is still a very real possiblity. extention to article 50. can leave in an orderly way. what what matters is that it will guide everybody to no deal. we deliver on the matters is that we deliver on the vote of the british people. in case of no vote or no, directly, verge of the british people. thank iam i am still working on ensuring that in westminster — asi you. anger as mps react to in westminster, mps react angrily to as i said yesterday, this delay is a parliament can agree a deal so we in westminster, mps react angrily to the prime minister's tv address — the prime minister‘s tv address, matter of personal regret to me, but can leave an orderly way stop what the prime minister's tv address in which she blamed them it will guide everybody to no deal. in which she blamed them for the brexit delay. a short extension would give in which she blamed them in westminster — for the brexit delay. matters is that we deliver on the for the brexit delay. anger as mps react to parliament the time to make a final a judge sentences a teenager to life the murder of 6 year the prime minister's tv address, a judge sentences a teenager to life vote of the british people. in prison for the murder of old alesha mcphail — in which she blamed them choice that delivers on the result a judge sentences her teenage killer for the brexit delay. six—year—old alesha macphail. in prison for the murder of of the referendum. in westminster — to life in prison after studying anger as mps react to reports on what he did. the murder of six—year—old six—year—old alesha macphail. the prime minister's tv address — each of these reports contains alesha mcphail — a judge sentences her teenage killer but it all depends on the stance of other eu leaders, in which she blamed them to life in prison after studying they signalled they‘d approve for the brexit delay. each of these reports contains clear reports on what he did. a delay, but only if the murder of six—year—old admissions of your guilt. not only admissions by you of your guilt. alesha macphail. these reports contain clear mps backed the deal. ajudge sentences her teenage killer that, and this is a terrible thing not only that, admissions by you of your guild. not to life in prison after studying and this is a terrible reports on what he did. to say of someone so young, but they thing to say of one so young, only that, and this is a terrible such an extension should be but they paint a clear these reports contain clear thing to say of one so young, but clinging on for life paint a clear picture of a cold, picture of a cold, callous, admissions by you of your guilt. not conditional on a positive vote next in mozambique after the cyclone they paint a clear picture of a calculating, remorseless week in the house of that's left millions homeless. and dangerous individual. only that, and this is a terrible callous, calculating and remorseless thing to say of one so young, but cold, callous, calculating, individual. remorseless and dangerous ben rich has got the weather. satellite photos have shown individual. satellite photos have shown the scale of the flooding caused the scale of the flooding caused by cyclone idai in mozambique, the favoured few getting to see a vast inland sea of over some sunshine today. by cyclone idai in mozambique — they paint a picture of someone who a thousand square miles. many more of us stuck under
a vast inland sea of over hundreds of people have died cloud but it is mild, 1000 square miles. is callous and remorseless. in the country and the authorities hundreds of people have died there say 15,000 people that will change by the weekend, in the country and the authorities clinging on for life in mozambique after the cyclone are in urgent need of rescue. some cooler weather on the way. there say fifteen thousand people the favoured few getting to see that's left millions homeless. all the details later. some sunshine today. many more of us stuck under and ben has all the weather. are in urgent need of rescue. cloud but it is mild, sport now on afternoon that will change by the weekend, sport now on afternoon some cooler weather on the way. all the details later. the favoured few are seeing sunshine live with olly foster. live with olly foster. go but many more of us stuck under a not long to go until the grand national but a big blow cloud. it is mild, but that will and we go to kazakhstan, not you and today for organisers? change by the weekend, cooler weather on the way. all the details me, but figuratively. let's find out what is happening with scotland, later on. things were bad, have they got hello everyone — this a massive blow. bryony frost was the toast of the cheltenham festival, hello everyone — worse? is afternoon live — i'm simon mcoy. yes, it is a long way to go to fantastic wind, but she is going to this is afternoon live. theresa may has arrived here in brussels, theresa may has arrived in brussels, where she will ask eu leaders miss next month's grand national asta na, yes, it is a long way to go to astana, they were 2—0 down and they at a summit to grant where she will ask eu leaders meeting. she has broken her at a summit to grant are now 3—0 down in their opening a short delay to brexit. collarbone this week in a fall. it a short delay to brexit. hello, everyone. in an address to the nation last this is afternoon live. in an address to the nation last i'm simon mccoy. euro 2020 qualifier. on paper, day night, the prime minister said night, the prime minister said the french president, and san marino are the weakest teams it was a matter of ‘great personal it was a matter of ‘great personal ta kes to regret‘ that she had regret‘ that she had collarbone this week in a fall. it takes to four weeks to fix so she emmanuel macron, has said britain to make the request, in scotland‘s group. scotland go to to make the request, has gone to the caribbean to and blamed mps for failing to secure will leave the eu without a deal san marino on sunday so were and blamed mps for failing to secure if mps don't back theresa may's recuperate. she became the first britain's departure on time. expecting to get off to a flyer with britain's departure on time. female jockey to wind a grade one withdrawal agreement this double—header but they have in a commons vote next week. the president of the european he was speaking on his way jumps race at the festival. she also council, donald tusk, into a summit in brussels, been awful. alex mcleish has had a the president of the european has already suggested that the other where mrs may is urging eu leaders few injury withdrawals but they just came fifth at the national last year have not read the bounce on that council, donald tusk, 27 leaders will grant an extension, to delay brexit as well although she had not secured plastic pitch at all and they have has already suggested that the other as well although she had not secured but only if the commons approves let's go to brussels 27 leaders will grant an extension, a ride in the big race. the horse looked terrible, so they are heading but only if the commons approves she rode last year, but has missed for defeat. about ten minutes left the cut anyway so is unlikely to mrs may's withdrawal agreement. and christian fraser.
to play in kazakhstan, they are 3—0 mrs may's withdrawal agreement. down. raise. she can console herself that northern ireland face estonia tonight at windsor park. thank you very much. the prime england play at wembley tomorrow her new heart isn't going to aintree against the czech republic. welcome to the european council, the minister arrived in brussels a there‘s a slight doubt either but they have won three scene couple of hours ago, reiterating over marcus rashford, welcome to the european council, the scene for the next moment of drama what she said last night in her who is nursing an ankle problem. massive races together, quite a in what feels like a never—ending downing street statement, that went screw over to brussels. here in partnership so a real shame the brexit saga. theresa may has arrived whenever i know you can see a brussels at the european council we parliament must deliver on the vote aintree crowd will not see bryony of the referendum, and asking mps to picture of what is going on, i ask frost because she has broken the here as have all the other eu you to commentate. with ten minutes vote for her deal. what is important are entering another moment of drama left, i won‘t do it, it would be collarbone. leaders, 28 in a room ready to and a never—ending saga but the eu cruel. now one of england‘s new negotiate and discuss the is that parliament delivers on the leaders almost to a man and woman, qualification for the european faces has had to issue an apology. championship begins today result of the referendum, and that and two of the home nations possibility of that extension of the we deliver brexit for the british the 27 plus theresa may have arrived are in action later? we wait for the football to get people. i sincerely hope that we can here and are getting ready, under brexit date itself. they know do that with a deal. i'm still declan rice, the west ham going, we see wales wind in a clearly what mrs may is after, she midfielder, he isjust 20. it is his working on ensuring that parliament first england call—up and he starters orders to begin the friendly last week against trinidad has put it in a letter. they want to can agree a deal so that we can and tobago, but these are proper switched allegiance somewhat hear it from her as well and they leave in an orderly way. what contentiously from the republic of competitive matches. discussion about the request for a wa nt to hear it from her as well and they want to be persuaded that it is a matters is that we deliver on the in arvind... ireland, he had had three senior three—month extension for brexit. good move and the right move to make vote of the british people. prime she has put it in writing, she has call—up from the republic so many at this point. there has been a felt he wouldn‘t be allowed to to relate outer front of them all switch but fifa said it would be minister, if it fails? what matters the scots kick off in half an hour and to deliver a persuasive case as fairly clear indication for theresa is that we recognise that brexit is on the artifical turf may coming from donald tusk the fine. someone has found an historic to why they should exceed to her at the astana arena. the decision of the british people. post of his on social media in which there are few absentees, president of the european council we need to deliver on that. we are wishes. certainly donald tusk as because of injuries, and it is a measure which has been he expresses pro—ira sentiments. his the captain andy roberston is having nearly three years on from the president of the council has given a mirrored almost exactly by the comments when he was just 15, original vote. it is now the time sympathetic hearing already, we have some nasty dental treatement. for parliament to decide. a short playing for the republic, so five had from angela merkel who men of german chancellor angela merkel which suggests that a delay can be yea rs playing for the republic, so five years ago, playing for the youth sheffield wednesday's liam palmer provided as long as that is a extension gives us that opportunity, team. he has issued this apology, is going to make his debut. that view that it is not a unanimous positive vote next week for the deal saying i am aware that a poorly
they head to san marino after this to decide to leave the eu, to one and some member states have expressed comment i made when i was game so there's every chance a junior player has been circulated which theresa may has already sorted deliver on the result of the severe reservations not only about of making a strong start. on social media. i recognise now the deal but the idea that up about out. but that is just a middle referendum, and i sincerely hope belgium and russia that will be with a negotiated deal. ground view and there are other that my attempt to show support for are also in their group views which will be discussed over my team—mates at the time can be the manager believes his young how long the extension should last. squad can finally deliver the hours ahead. let's get a flavour to give you a little bit of the the competition just now and i think negatively interpreted. while my of some of those because as the format this afternoon, theresa may naive words were not meant to be a the inspiration of certain players in the uk now, will have around ten or 15 minutes political opinion and do not departing downing street, leaders have been coming and that to address the other 27 leaders, and scottish players, is getting youngsters really excited now, they have been expressing their then there will be a half an hour represent who i am, i sincerely the prime minister. apologise for any offence caused. views and will start with the question and our sons —— my answer and i see a lot of the young players she has run down the clock and now president of the european commission we are actually going to hear from jean—claude juncker because he heading for brussels, raising their game, so hopefully, president of the european commission jean—claudejuncker because he was asked what would happen if a third gareth southgate in the next half an the pressure is on her. hour or there will be something that comes vote on the my deal still came out session with the prime minister, gareth southgate in the next half an hourorso, gareth southgate in the next half an hour or so, the england manager, and days till brexit and of this and it is one of those then she will leave the room for the iam sure hour or so, the england manager, and i am sure he will be asked about no agreement passed. with a no. in brussels, eu leaders gathering that. cycles where scotland come good. chelsea are the sole british representatives other 27 leaders to discuss things in the women‘s champions league. ahead of her seem unified, still. themselves. in front of them is the they say it is time for parliament england face the czech republic they play paris st—germain later at wembley tomorrow night. extension that donald tusk has put in the first leg of their to make a decision. marcus rashford is a slight doubt, forward. one interesting element is quarterfinal. only after that might a delay he didn't train with the main group that normally in events like this chelsea will reach the semi—finals for a second season in a row to brexit be possible. there are draft conclusions that are if they overcome psg, today because of an ankle problem. who were themselves it is very important to know do you expect to be back here in the circulated among the leaders, but finalists in 2015 and 2017. gareth southgate has already what the british parliament want event of a no deal? in the event is today, those draft conclusions have the first leg at kingsmeadow been given to each delegation in an and, the last months, it was easy for the british not approved to be have to come envelope, in written format, because gets under way at 7.05. parliament to say what they do not had five withdrawals from the squad back. want but now it is time to decide. for tomorrow's qualifier and then what is being discussed is so i think we are much better prepared speaking to the media on his way what if no deal passes parliament? the away game on monday than we were 12 months ago, even against montenegro. in to the brussels summit, sensitive. it is also interesting the question i put to french president emmanuel macron luxembourg's prime minister. karen carney says they can do all warned that if british mps reject that the president of the european though we were in a position as
what if there is no positive vote the brexit withdrawal agreement once again next week, parliament, who spoke first, before next week, should the uk be the way in the premier league. they the uk will leave granted a longer extension? play paris st germain later in the the prime minister, and at greater domestic double champions, because the eu without a deal length, in fact, the cumulative experience is what first leg of their quarter final. the prime minister, and at greater length, infact, he the prime minister, and at greater gets you closer to this competition if you organise european elections, length, in fact, he said that he is we can discuss about that. chelsea will reach the semifinals i am not here to command also open to an extension, but he but i will not grant a delay for the second season in a row if after european elections, any other political system. wa nts also open to an extension, but he wants that to end not on the 30th of and we don‘t fear psg. we respect they can get past the french. they if you do not have european i am just here to say, them but we know the personnel we elections in your own country. june, as requested by the prime can you sum up the mood we re we do respect the vote of the minister, but on the 18th of april, they can get past the french. they were finalists in 2015 and 2016. it british people, we do respect on the european side? because for him that as the cut—off are people quite frankly kicks off at five past seven. what but the prime minister in the fed up of the uk? date when the united kingdom would have on any day will hurt many teams parliament are making. have to tell the european parliament i have sometimes the feeling in europe. bryony frost is going to miss next it isa whether it was going to take part in like we are in the waiting room kicks off at five past seven. it is a competition that everyone but we have to be clear, month‘s grand national a bit like waiting for godot. wa nts to it is a competition that everyone wants to win and be a part of and we we can discuss and meeting at aintree. but godot never came, the european elections. jeremy she broke her collarbone agree an extension if this in a fall at southwell. so i hope this time they will come. corbyn is also here, meeting with she became the first female jockey ireland's prime minister has said are no different. it is a fantastic is a technical extension in case to win a grade 1 jumps race of a yes vote on the agreement at the festival last week. it is time to cut the uk some slack. we negotiated showcase and an enjoyable during two years. the chief eu negotiator, michelle she also came fifth in the national competition to be a part of, but it but mrs may will still have barnier, and also the secretary last year hasn‘t although she hadn‘t to convince eu leaders is personally my favourite and it is yet secured a ride in the big race. how a delay will help. in case of a no vote or no, general of the european commission, as well as socialist leaders in an amazing competition to be a part i mean, directly, it we have always said that any of and we are excited to be in it brussels. he said no deal must be gymnast simone biles has will guide everybody confirmed that next year‘s extension has to have a purpose, tokyo olympics will be her last. so we will see how that discussion stopped. our priority is to make goes. and the only english side left to eu leaders are sceptical she can get the 22—year—old, who represent, so to a no dealfor sure. won four gold medals parliament to pass her deal. and the only english side left to represent, so we are very and the only english side left to represent, so we are very excited. at the rio games in 2016, jeremy corbyn was in brussels england's women cricketers have sure that no deal is taken off the completed a 3—0 whitewash says the wear and tear today talking to the eu, over sri lanka in their one—day series. table and that there isn't the chaos from her gymnastics career has still pressing his alternative the hosts could only manage 174 all out after winning ofa vision for brexit. table and that there isn't the chaos of a disorderly movement next taken its toll on her body, the toss in katunayake. emmanuel macron one of the hardline our determination is to doesin which she says is feeling prevent a no—deal exit emmanuel macron one of the hardline friday. i had discussions this does in terms of the position of the like it is "falling apart". from the european union next friday england knocked off the runs with eight wickets morning with michelle barnier and england‘s women cricketers have and we therefore are looking and over 23 overs to spare. countries. completed a 3—0 whitewash over and the austrian chancellor,
for alternatives and building amyjones and tammy beaumont sebastian kurz warned that no one the president of the european sri lanka in their one day series. both made half centuries wants a no deal brexit parliament, and we will be taking the hosts could only manage 174 a majority in parliament that can the way we started the leg of this i hope that there will be support all out after winning in the parliament next week, our proposals to the british the toss in katunayake. agree on a future constructive parliament next week to ensure there because we all have the same two—hour, when we got to beat the is no disorderly exit next friday, england knocked off the runs with 8 wickets and over 23 overs to spare. economic relationship with the eu. interest — to avoid because i think that is the at summits before this one, tea m two—hour, when we got to beat the team competitively, we want to do a hard brexit, to avoid amyjones and tammy beaumont both a no deal scenario. made half centuries. mrs may has if anything hardened it. we are really pleased with and so i hope there will attitudes among other leaders, be a majority in the priority. that‘s all the sport for now. not won them over. parliament next week this may be her last chance. today. championship points at stake and i hope that we can support as well, so it wasn't a dead game in theresa may on that. but what happens if there isn't? as i said yesterday, the prime minister has had bilateral scotla nd scotland are losing this match 3—0 this delay is a matter are you going to discuss that? meetings, one with donald tusk, but any sense of the term and i think we well, if there is no support of personal regret to me, inside the last five minutes in are up to second in the table and a in the parliament, then the new deal but a short extension would give scenario gets more and more perhaps the most important, with kazakhstan, a very poor start to nice position to be in and leads realistical and that is no good their euro qualifiers. come on, parliament the time to make a final french president emmanuel macron, nicely into the next leg of the for the uk, but also not good for us who has taken a harder line with the choice that delivers on the result of the referendum. tour. that's all the sport for now. uk on that extension. obviously, there is still time. what is clear is that the eu's no, there isn‘t! in the european union. patience with the uk is starting to run out. those discussions, when and if they mps have been told thank you very much. to consider travelling by taxi ta ke those discussions, when and if they take place, will be the most or with colleagues in the coming other countries want to avoid counter terrorism police days over security fears. are investigating the vandalism important. although european leaders deputy speaker lindsay hoyle has a chaotic uk exit next week, of five mosques in birmingham. the discussions are under way but in but increasingly they also want windows were shattered last and diplomats who arrived here at written to all mps ahead possible night and this morning, her statement last night the prime the summit have been answering crunch votes on brexit next week. reportedly with a sledgehammer. the home secretary sajid javid minister blamed mps for the prospect our political correspondent, described the attacks of delays to brexit and said she was questions about what they think brexit done. as "distressing" and said "hateful about the extension. here is a few behaviour" had no place in society. on the same side as voters who she nick eardley, is in westminster. let's go to our news correspondent phil mackie shed were simply fed up with of them. starting withjean—claude they will be getting down to the who is in birmingham. is this in response to what the political gains. she also said junker, who was asked what would prime minister has said or is it happen if theresa may's deal was serious chat petty sinister it is parliament has an everything rejected for a third time next week. just a general request? it is not another key moment to offer a what is the reaction there been to possible to avoid making a decision clear whether it is a specific response to the pm, it kind of came convincing performance as to why she on the way forward. her remarks
should get what she wants and in then we will have a second meeting ata this? provoked anger amongst many mps and response to the pm, it kind of came at a strange time yesterday the reaction has been of real of the european council next week. afternoon, after the prime minister time. i think particularly from the accused her of using inflammatory had made some comments in the house sadness, shock, horror, following what happened in new zealand last of commons at pm cues, but before language as jonathan blake accused her of using inflammatory uk has often been a thought that week, the muslim community across language asjonathan blake reports. do you expect to be back here next she made that statement last night, the world, let alone in birmingham, in her statement to so she made that statement last night, soi they will give an extension because week in the event of a no deal? in she made that statement last night, so i don‘t think this is directly was feeling under siege and under the nation last night, related to that but as we know, thatis threat, so to wake up to find that the prime minister blamed mps they will give an extension because the event that their withdrawal that is what the eu does. listening agreement will not be approved by there has been a lot of tension around the capital is to some of the five mosques have been attacked, for the prospect of a delay the house, we will have to come reviews, this is not a clear—cut windows are smashed, they really are you going to call around this postcode over the last back. what would you say to theresa few weeks, you will have seen it feel on edge. a lot of people are on her to resign? cabinet ministers keeping quiet yourself broadcasting down here, moment. definitely not and the 27 worried about what may happen next, in public, the morning after the prime minister spoke from inside number 10. may? a short extension of the they are often a lot of noisy some are concerned about perhaps calm comings and goings cannot hide the tension in westminster that came retaliation from within the muslim protesters, there have been some leaders have to come to a unanimous to a head last night. ugly scenes. lindsay hoyle, the community, people trying to take theresa may pitched departure date in the uk, chosen by decision to the fact and not on the things into their own hands. we have deputy speaker, wrote to all mps herself against parliament the uk. such an extension should be same page means be quite a debate just had an impromptu news and blamed mps for yesterday saying that he has never conference here in which louisa the brexit stalemate. so far parliament has done everything possible to avoid conditional on a productive vote seen and they have to listen to the prime yesterday saying that he has never seen tension like this around the ralph, the assistant chief making a choice. next week in the house of commons. minister. if you think back to her motion after motion and amendment political centre of westminster and after amendment has interventions in the past to have been tabled without parliament ever co nsta ble, ralph, the assistant chief european audience that has not constable, says they are pursuing we have done our best. we have done rendered particularly well. but at whoever is responsible relentlessly, deciding what it wants. because of that, some certain measures are being recommended. as the end of the day despite the fact they have cctv footage they are our best. now, the solution is in you say, mps are being told to studying. i have been speaking to a quickly — and publicly — the backlash began. london. look, i am not here to these leaders are irritated with the opposition mps — consider travelling by taxi in the spokesman for the birmingham council and her own — hit back. mask, he has appealed for calm, told it's a bit rich, to be honest, next few days, travelling with brexit process, frustrated, her trying to blame us fatigued, they will tend to think people to relax. i spoke to andy now when, actually, we have answer for any other political colleagues, so they don‘t have to been doing all the right system. i answer for any other political things in reahcing out system. lam answer for any other political system. i am here to say that we do street, he said this is a and trying to compromise. respect the vote of the british travel outside the parliamentary what is the bottom line for them. estate. black cabs will be allowed instead of saying, "look, people. we do respect what the prime through the gates to pick people up.
they will want to try to avoid a multicultural city, people are i am the prime minister, the buck stops here," she no—deal brexit of they can because overwhelmingly tolerant, people said, "the buck stops over police forces around the country should remember that and stay calm. there, do not blame me, ministerand people. we do respect what the prime have been told of potential tensions they want to avoid the inevitable minister and the parliament are making. but we have to be clear: we you can see across me, this is one i'm not responsible." over the last... over the next few blame game that would follow from of the five mosques, all of the can discuss and agree on an days, i beg your pardon, notjust in their citizens, european businesses extension if it is a technical windows were completely smashed in london but around the country and in that will lose money. a study came the middle of the doubt. they are extension if it is a technical extension in case of a yes vote on local constituencies and the met has we have a representative the near —— my on the agreement we from germany today working out that now boarded up and you can see parliamentary been urged by the parliamentary the uk will probably lose out a lot people coming in and out of the mask democracy and members of parliament cannot simply be asked to forfeit authorities to take the lead on this more by a no—deal brexit but that getting ready for evening payers their judgment and their judgment negotiated during two years. in the case of no vote or no, i mean, issue. now, although this isn‘t the eu would lose 22 billion euros which will start, our afternoon has been, actually, pretty clear, that her deal is flawed. per year. that is a lot of money. priors in a short while time. i directly, it will guide everybody to directly appearing to be with what think people are nervous about what the prime minister said last night, ano directly, it will guide everybody to a no deal, for sure. this is it. they won't want to be seen as has happened. the police have this cabinet minister i must say, having spent most of the responsible for that so that defended the prime day in parliament chatting to mp5, unlikely to offer an extension. how offered extra security for friday minister against claims she was pitching mps prayers across the city, they say against the public. i do not see it like that. and the opposition benches, there is long for, that this what they have i think all mps have they will liaise with the masks absolute fury at some of the tone to knock out behind closed doors. because they may not want to unify a responsibility to make sure and oscars come but if they do, that we avoid no deal and we will all be that the prime minister took last the prime minister has asked for a that is the comment that most people trying to do that over the next night. some mps are genuinely really short extension but generally the is something they can have —— may have focused on today. he has given feeling is what is the point of that few days. not want uniformed officers. thank you. space to come back and talk about worried that this could lead to more if this negotiated next deal doesn't borisjohnson was unusually camera shy this morning. make it through parliament next week there's no sign theresa may the extension if there was an pressure on them, more potential that just would not has persuaded him and make it through parliament next week thatjust would not be enough weeks others dead against her deal verbal abuse or potentially even left in the short extension to do returning to brussels, recorded to budge, but there is some support indicative vote. a summit has anything meaningful. there also be more. a few i have spoken to are pictures a few moments ago, showing from mps who see it already been pencilled in here for as the only option. properly worried about this. number discussing the possibility today of the moments theresa may walked into clearly, she has moved mountains thursday in brussels. if there was to try to get this deal ten rejects the idea that the prime a longer extension in case they through and the interesting thing no decision at all, emmanuel macron the moments theresa may walked into the conference centre that meeting minister was whipping up tension is, there is no other game in town. was saying really the only other needed. they will do that with some of her eu counterparts. this is over it, but clearly some mps the government has confirmed it option is to revoke article 50 or disagree. nick, it is interesting before she was scheduled to make a plans to give mps another vote on head to that no deal option. really, theresa may is because donald tasker
short speech to the 27 eu leaders head to that no deal option. really, this because anyone who has been is only prepared to talk about you the prime minister's brexit deal he is putting the onus firmly and then they will have noted and i have get your extension provided the vote making the case for a delay to next week, but if it does not pass squarely on the house of commons spoken to police officers on duty third time round, what then? next week. with that vote in the and everybody has said in the last goes through. after all that is what brexit. so it is all smiles. the choice we have now is one couple of weeks there has been a british parliament expected, the you asked us about. they don't want jean—claude juncker waiting in line. of resolving this issue or extreme slight change of atmosphere in that to go to the next level because it austrian chancellor said that he and area and with a week to go unpredictability. hasn't arisen vote yet but they will technically until we legally are the rest of europe hopes that it have that discussion. not and what will happen after that do we resolve this, or do we have brexit paralysis? passes, but went on to warn that no supposed to be leaving, that that short speech is that the prime warnings aside, some minister will then leave the room one wants that no—deal brexit. necessarily without, she will speak here said they felt less safe area particularly where the media while the eu leaders decide whether operates, mps walk across and we to the eu leaders who will have the after the prime minister's have seen it already where it has to grant the uk's request and statement last night. the speaker been a problem, so everybody is opportunity to ask questions but she i hope there will be supporting the discuss other brexit options. then will not sit down at the table and gave his view on parliament week. we'll have the same getting quite tense over this. hostility towards mps. none of you is a traitor. negotiate with them. after they have later on tonight, around six o'clock asked a question she will leave the interest. we want to avoid a no deal absolutely, i think that is a fair ourtime, later on tonight, around six o'clock room and it is up to the 27 leaders our time, there will be a press scenario, so i hope there will be a assessment. if you come down to to discuss amongst themselves they conference with donald tusk and all of you are doing your best. majority in the parliament next westminster on one of the big days, wa nt to week, and i hope that we can... what you will see there are often to discuss amongst themselves they want to do. at this stage it is not jean—claude juncker and possibly mrs this should not be — hundreds of people hanging around about their preferred option, it is may making a statement on that. that and i am sure will not outside parliament and the argument about their preferred option, it is about them holding their nose as prove to be — a matter of any is followed by a working dinner and happens if there isn't? if there is that mps make and that lindsay hoyle well, just like mps and having to do controversy whatsoever. she is unlikely to want an extension actually makes in this letter he in parliament, what is the least if theresa may was no support in parliament, then the sent around to all mps is that is worst option on the table at the to that. there you are, pictures of hoping mps would forget no support in parliament, then the no deal scenario gets more and more fine, we have got no problem at all moment? they don't like the idea of theresa may with the eu leaders, their deep dislike for her brexit realistic, and that's not good for with the idea of constituents or the deal and suddenly see the big a longer extension for some many the uk, but also not good for us in whom she will be addressing about picture, so far, at least, it seems she will be disappointed. the uk, but also not good for us in reasons. prolonging uncertainty for now, in fact, as the leaders meet the european union. the austrian wider public coming in, making their european businesses and citizens, her statement last views felt, but there is clearly a night appeared to be international investors and a uk an attempt at shock tactics but it feeling in parliament that the could have backfired. tension is so high over this issue before that meeting. olly robbins the dup, whose votes with one and a half feet out the are crucial to the prime minister, have said they won't be chancellor. i should correct what i
door, setting out the you can see in the top corner, the that some mps have to take extra decision—making table at the next eu said about the bilateral meetings. precautions over the next few days. budget. but with that be preferable things have been fluid, given the threatened into supporting her deal. toa austrian chancellor there, and time pressures on the summit. we budget. but with that be preferable to a no—deal brexit? probably. this nick, thank you very much, in is what they have to discuss. the theresa may ushered to her seat and thatis theresa may ushered to her seat and that is where she will address the understand the prime minister did westminster. meet with donald tusk and also the a body recovered french attitude at the moment, the from the humber estuary on wednesday foreign minister spelt out we want is believed to be a female, but police say her identity has amidst all the speculation and irish prime minister lee over some guarantee about the credibility eu leaders. so, as she takes her extrapolation and exasperation, it still not been confirmed. humberside police have been of your strategy, mrs may. the only is important to focus on precisely searching for missing what it is that theresa may is hull university student libby squire seat, we will leave those pictures redcar. —— leo varadkar. for almost seven weeks guarantee she has as she will work but it is not yet known if the body and once she has made her statement, asking for you that the european which has been found ha rd guarantee she has as she will work hard and hope it works, that is not we will return to brussels. council. is hers. going to wash. they know that and with me now is our reality check with me now is our reality check the teenage boy who abducted, raped and murdered six correspondent — chris morris. correspondent, chris morris. raped and murdered now, if you spot someone let's remind viewers what the uk has evenif going to wash. they know that and even if theresa may gay promises, wearing extremely colourful outline and the clearest terms what they don't believe her, the do not or mismatched socks today, she is after and what sort of requested and what the eu has said. six—year—old alesha macphail has they are most likely marking been sentence to life in prison, world down's syndrome day, response she yellow might we know that brexit was and told he‘ll spend at least which celebrates the lives of those she is after and what sort of response she can she is after and what sort of response she can expect to get. we trust her. that is where the holding supposed to happen a week tomorrow, 27 years behind bars. living with it. the judge said 16—year—old down's syndrome is a genetic know she wants a delay, a three the 29th of march. the prime aaron campbell was a cold of the nose comes in, you have to condition which typically affects someone's learning and physical features. and calculated individual who had about one in every 1000 babies month extension to the article 50 shown "not a flicker ta ke of the nose comes in, you have to take with a pinch of salt what eu period. it ends on the 29th of minister was asking for a delay of remorse" during the trial. are born with down's syndrome until the 30th ofjune. she will lorna gordon was at the high leaders are saying in front of the and there are currently court in glasgow — about 60,000 people in the uk march, she has suggested the 30th of cameras as they walk into the summit with the condition. you may find some of the details june. she also wants the european of the asked few days, they are also ask for the additional council to endorse the additional in her report upsetting. saying what they want their domestic the down's syndrome association documents agreed ten days ago, the documents that came at about ten audiences to hear, not only theresa workfit programme brings six—year—old alesha macphail, may talking to the public back home together employers and jobseekers days ago, the legal reassurance described as a beautiful, kind and who have the condition. one about offering additional legal about the fact that the irish so are may talking to the public back home and we can talk now to fran austin, backstop was only ever going to be so are they. they are also in the reassurance that the backstop in smart girl, her family said they had an emploment development ireland is never intended to be used temporary, she wants the european officer with the programme, been left devastated and heartbroken lead up to european parliamentary and will only be temporary etc. the and christopher mahon who has been council to formally approve those so by her murder. her killer, aaron
elections, something that in the uk helped into work by the scheme. she can go back to the house of plan as if that is done she can often isn't taken seriously. any commons and say, look, mr speaker, campbell, today admitted he carried list of your pet is particularly out the crimes. throughout, he has hopefully present that as a slightly it isa commons and say, look, mr speaker, it is a slightly different deal. this year when nationalist populist new agreement because she wants to this has been formally approved by shown no remorse. thejudge lord eurosceptic parties want to do fran, ifi fran, if i could start with you the european council, and she can extremely well. that's why emanuel because this is about notjust, and get her deal, the withdrawal have that third meaningful vote, because what she wants to do with an matthews gave details of what macron are standing particularly agreement and non—binding political campbell said happened the night he ha rd macron are standing particularly hard line because csw has domestic depredation. through a vote in the extended article 50 period is first abducted the little girl from her i think the phrases, getting people problems at home. once he is and the house of commons and then use that of all get her deal approved in the bed in the family home. he said that room with the other leaders i would to do something and help, this is not say there is such a deep extended article 50 period f that house of commons, the withdrawal agreement and political declaration, division between him and angela vote were in favour to turn the and then turn that withdrawal actually a two—way street, this merkel for example. thank you. agreement into uk law. in terms of ales ha bed in the family home. he said that particular programme? alesha was absolutely, what we are aiming to do withdrawal agreement into uk law. at what the eu said, it has been coming bed in the family home. he said that ales ha was drowsy bed in the family home. he said that alesha was drowsy and became a little more awake when you went that stage once again stratified by infor what the eu said, it has been coming in for the last couple of days. division between him and angela outside. at one point, she asked who merkelfor example. thank you. you get a sense to the challenges facing through this is despite individuals the european parliament there would donald tusk has said yes, a short you are and where you were going. with down syndrome to get paid work, be nothing to stop brexit happening. theresa may winning people around you said you were a friend of her work experience our voluntary work father‘s and you were taking her but what with the eu say about that? whilst perhaps they will all and it is important for the extension is technically possible, home. over the next few days, you coalesce around a consensus that a we know it donald tusk said yes, a but we want you first to pass delay is necessary at least that employers to really get involved. we another meaningful vote. and then we re home. over the next few days, you were totally unconcerned, other than there's the issue of the european offer has to be made pending a have got lots of candidates and we short extension as possible but fast to be mildly amused that the police you want to see the vote through the had not arrested you. the court also election. we heard from john further vote on the deal which the are looking far more employers. it house of commons next week. there is there's the issue of the european election. we heard from jothunker, have worked hard to achieve. let's does benefit the employers. we offer the commission president, yesterday, one difficulty in terms of the saying past the 22nd of may would be heard distressing details of free training so that that they campbell‘s mindset, but when he saw bring back to blast tasks because it length of an extension, we have had build on their knowledge on down's difficult. we know that the european would help to know precisely what parliament has said the 18th of ales ha from the european commission campbell‘s mindset, but when he saw alesha in her bed that night, he saw the request is and indeed what the syndrome and how to support those presidentjean—claude juncker, april. a lot of people will think, a moment of opportunity. in the european elections taking place towards the end of may, he is to end a bit weeks, hardly worth it. background reports, campbell said eu view so far as. chris morris is individuals in work. during the trial it had taken and christopher, talk to me, because you are an assistant at an indoor staying illegally and poetically you there are a variety of opinions in everything to stop himself laughing. cannot have an extension until the there, and they have a lot of talking to do once they have heard end ofjune if you are not going to alesha‘s family said that when their
here with us. let out again in athletics track, so why take our ta ke end ofjune if you are not going to take part in those elections. other from the prime minister herself. little girl‘s future was taken, so simple terms. we know she wants a took a little bit about what will go people disagree with that but it was theirs. a statement was read on responsibilities? —— what are your on in the round when they get would appear a lot of countries her mother‘s behalf. together. i talked about draft three month delay to brexit gathered here say the 22nd of may extending article 50 until the end conclusions, which have effectively ofjune. the other thing she wants responsibilities? —— what are your would be the longest roof extension been posted to them in envelopes. no the european council to formally was theirs. a statement was read on her mother's behalf. for the responsibilities? we have a sound we could give you if you are not macphailfamily problems. christopher, we will come taking part in the elections. the lea ks. been posted to them in envelopes. no leaks. that presumably will be her mother's behalf. for the macphail family and georgina‘s family, it is not 27 year sentence, approve the additional document that back to you. we could not hear you. adapted and amended through the day. would likely ten days ago. that do they have to come to a unanimous they will never ever be the same we will go back to fran because the dust had been offering a variety of decision on that date? it is again. campbell will serve a minimum illegal reassurance that the irish views, some hardline, some of 27 years in jail. the judge backstop would only ever be sympathetic. this is the first time important to remember that we have temporary. she wants that to happen important thing, and we will hear it they also stand together and that heard from donald tusk and and if that is the case then she from christopher is there is a jean—claude junker, but it heard from donald tusk and has its own dynamic. we always have jean—claudejunker, but it is the will try to go back to the uk contribution there. warned he saw his rehabilitation and heads of state in government that parliament with her deal, the have to agree this. they could set reintroduction back to society as to remember each of these 27 leaders remote. conditions of their own. they could satellite photos have shown methanol agreement and the political pa rt contribution there. part of christopher's role is to do has their own domestic particle set a different date than the 30th the scale of the flooding caused declaration and try for a third time by cyclone idai in mozambique, a vast inland sea of over to get it through the house of constituency to think of, they could ofjune. there are other dates going is make as a leisure assistant and a thousand square miles. commons. then use that period if it hundreds of people have died set conditions. there have also been around, but all 27 of them have to in the country and the authorities we re commons. then use that period if it he is doing a really meaningful role there say 15,000 people discussions behind—the—scenes are in urgent need of rescue. were to be accepted to turn the and just like everyone else, already, that is one of donald agree. all 28 countries in the eu more have died in neighbouring zimbabwe and malawi, completing all the tasks and drives tusk‘s rose, to coordinate the and across the region millions have withdrawal agreement and to follow are some machines and things like been left homeless. response. all 27 have to agree, you from mozambique, anne soy reports. uk law. the initial response from have to agree the extension. the the eu, we had donald tusk saying a that, so he also gets ongoing next thing the eu wants to see is support from people like myself, can have one objective, it has to be unanimous so the first thing it that third meaningful vote next week short extension as possible but only just because a candidate's place, we appears they want is for another in the house of commons. if that lucky to be alive, but growing if you do get that initial yes vote still support them if needed and we re in the house of commons. if that were to pass, a pretty big if at the desperate by the day. meaningful vote. if the speaker from the house of commons. we have allows the prime minster to bring these people may have survived support the employers. back the deal on what she regards as moment, there would also have to be had emmerson mnangagwa on saying f a debate on that meaningful vote in and this increases self—esteem and a slightly different form, a third the worst storm ever seen here,
the house of lords, but then you confidence. absolutely. we see that, but it vote in the house of commons if it but now, they have nothing to eat could move into this short we re vote in the house of commons if it were approved and it has a big if, extension, however long that may and nowhere to shelter. the vote is no that is guiding us it would have to be debated and the prove to be, to pay attention to the cyclone idai swept away almost towards no deal. the other fly in increases the staff supporting the everything on its path. the ointment is the european candidates as well, we see they house of lords, get through those hurdles and then we are looking at a details and pass it into law. the it created small islands benefit from it and they learn about short extension. at the moment it numbers still don't look great for where a city once stood, reasonable adjustments and things the government when you look at the election. jean—claude juncker has like that. trapping those who survived it. said june 30 would be legally and doesn't look likely numbers and the configuration of the house of house of are there. and if they are that is great. christopher, i think commons. precisely, they must read poetically difficult for a short nearly a week later, extension if the uk isn't going to not then what? in terms of the law the newspapers and see the debate ican that is great. christopher, i think i can now hearfrom you, so thatis the newspapers and see the debate that is ongoing in the uk. although relief has started trickling in. ta ke extension if the uk isn't going to take part in those elections that that is great. christopher, i think i can now hear from you, so would you mind explaining what it is you they will talk about this short south africa has sent its military could only master the 22nd of may. do, what your responsibilities are? the default position would be helicopters to deliver aid. relieved with no deal under eu law extension today, you would presume and uk law it would remain the case that in the course of three hours, international organisations they must be going through all the plenty of flies in the ointment for that the clock stopped ticking on are also planning more. stock this is the first and they options — what goes if the deal —— the uk has sent emergency shelter have had to sit down and one to 27 the 29th of march. what else could might what happens if the deal goes kits and family tents thrash this out together. the first happen? at the moment emanuel macron down next week, what happens if lam has sent a no vote in the house of there is an indicative vote, is and more aid is on the way. there is an indicative vote, is there a general election on the the british government has set aside time the readers with the council commons guides us towards no deal. table? all those options will be and the commission will sit down do, what your responsibilities are? iaman do, what your responsibilities are? i am an assistant at a spot city. would he say the same next week on £18 million for the relief effort. specifically to discuss an extension and what sort of things do you do? discussed. we have said it before to article 50. a lot of people have but it is important to emphasise and here, in the capital, a huge aid operation witty perhaps wantonly agree with that if they meaningful vote does is getting under way. thought that has been coming for a some other industry say can we look not pass next week, the default while but this will be the first i have seen individuals option is still to leap on the 29th and companies arriving at offering a longer delay? what here with foodstuffs and other basic formal discussion. they could set conditions that we haven't really of march, in law, and if there is no supplies, coming to donate could that mean? it could give time thought about, certainly the idea for perhaps a softer form complexes deal, we leave with no deal. at the to people who have been affected by the cyclone. put forward byjean—claude juncker sweeper, and cleaning the sand to emerge, we know there are mps i am told that so many volunteers is an extension beyond the 22nd of pushing this idea of a common market moment, emmanuel macron is may is difficult seems to be finding pits,. to.0. a suggesting that if we don't pass a turned up here today that some we are looking at some pictures of vote, that is where we are heading.
pushing this idea of a common market to .0. a bit more like norway. you of them had to be turned away. favour with other countries. the you at work and it looks as though crucial thing is that on 27 have to the key question: will he say the the supplies will be shipped you at work and it looks as though could change politics, may be an you enjoy it. same thing in a week? they are at to the affected region, ee, crucial thing is that on 27 have to agree, it is not a majority vote, it yes, i do. election on another referendum or but there are challenges ahead. why, what is so good about it? has to be unanimous and the first nuclear option, it is there for the thing they want, f theresa may takes least suggesting a longer extension across the border in zimbabwe, some it is good to build my focus up and uk government to unilaterally effort wa nts to relief, as more people are rescued. uk government to unilaterally effort wants to revoke article 50, cancer this meaningful foot back back for a brexit which would mean the uk is worth debate. we know it is thousands need help to get out. focus on what i am doing there. staying in the eu under the same third time, at speak and accept it something theresa may has said she would not be prepared to do as prime because he did not clearly a few the injured and the vulnerable minister, but if it was the only and i am wondering, have you got terms of now. it would be highly are given priority. days ago, then they want that third your eye on any otherjobs, anything offer on the table, well, where controversial and would probably would we be then with the politics? tough choices that rescuers have vote to be passed. there will also cement the divisions we have seen have to be a debate in the house of else you would like to do? to make with their limited means. over the last couple of years but we would have to see if the house of commons had come up with some sort the true scale of this lords and then i think we can the government has the power to do breathe a bit of a deep breath and to bea that without the agreement of of agreement on a different sort of disaster is not yet known. else you would like to do? to be a person like you. brexit, perhaps a softer version of there are fears of worse times ahead there would be a short extension to anyone. still so much on the table. brexit, perhaps a softer version of brexit, or of course, you go into as heavy rains continue iam brexit but it is not guaranteed. to be a person like you. i am feeling very threatened now, i some of the other options you to pound the affected area. am not going to encourage that, thank you. the permutations are suggested. could you head towards they are holding their nose to get christopher, because i need myjob! another election? towards a rivers upstream could burst their this far to facilitate that, many i will come back to you in a moment. still vast. there is a lot of effort referendum, putting the whole deal going on at westminster to see what back to the people? we know there will believe it will be a no vote banks, causing more destruction. again and then what? the numbers fran, the importance of getting the sort of order a business can be laid will be a big people's vote march in out over the next week essentially london on saturday. finally, of the conditions here also put many clearly don't look good for the word out, these particular to cfa vote can be had, that is government and the statement they do programmes exist. course, the nuclear option, you at risk of contracting diseases. absolutely, lots of employers don't they sing. another hurdle to be overcome and revoke article 50, take it off the know about the programme, but i then aware that might lead. they table, and that means brexit would make that go down well with mps on all sides. if the meaningful vote encourage you to get out and see our not happen and the uk would stay in thousands have lost everything, will be watching that keenly in the but they are making do the european union on the same terms website and see our videos of our with what they can as they wait fails, where does that leave us? the european customer what we have at it has now. just your thoughts, for more help to arrive.
default position would be f that is candidates working. it provides them the moment is this scenario, theresa though, talking to people in the may talking to the other leaders and a fantastic opportunity and the dsa anne soy, bbc news, maputo. an alternate of put forward and trying to persuade them that what is about supporting people with room, do you get the impression that agreed we would leave with no deal she has put down on paper as the down's syndrome to live fulfilling best option, the best way to get the they are concerned with the way she has turned the debate in the last 2a at 2300 uk time on the 29th of march lives. it is fantastic. deal she agreed with them through susannah is here — hours? she has gone from, look, this she will have the business news. could be no brexit, to no deal could first, a look at the headlines because under law that is when the a final word from christopher. when on afternoon live article 50 period runs out. if it is theresa may meets with eu you become a television presenter, and need a short extension. bea could be no brexit, to no deal could leaders in brussels — be a possibility. there is a large to ask for a short not no deal, what is the let's talk about before that, before chunk of expect the unexpected, extention to article 50. alternative? one possible alternate you become a television presenter, because that is what they have got in westminster, there of something that theresa may says what do you thinkjobs like this used to over the last few months. not happen when she is by minister well with me now is anger as mps react help you achieve? does it give you is martina anderson , the sinn fein mep for northern there is weariness. yes, i think but a longer delay, a longer ireland. there will be some concern if there to the prime minister‘s tv address isa in which she blamed them extension to article 50. donald tusk the self—confidence you perhaps when this deal was done, your view there will be some concern if there is a suggestion that she is now for the brexit delay. would have liked without this was it would get through adjust of tacking towards this threat of no a judge has sentenced a teenager has not ruled that out. others are that as a calculated view, not a deal, but then again, you could to life in prison for the murder experience? argue that many other eu leaders are it is my confidence to be working at of six—year—old alesha macphail. sceptical but it is a possibility if wish. have you lost that hope now? also saying, if you don't pass this deal next week, however bad the there was another no vote in the house of commons next week. the the leisure centre that is good for numbers look, then no deal is here‘s your business me. i wish you well with it. you are at this stage most people would have perhaps the most likely next option. nuclear option in all this is if you headlines on afternoon live. obviously doing well. i suggest you expected we would have had clarity. i think the key thing is, if we get are suddenly stating no deal in the the bank of england has kept face as no deal or revoke article stay at that and leave the no one would have been expecting us to that point in a week time —— like interest rates on hold to be here today with so much amid continued uncertainty over television presenting to other brexit. all nine members of the bank‘s 50, taken off the table. brexit will monetary policy committee voted people! fran, thank you very much as uncertainty. we are very and the to keep rates at 0.75%, a weak‘s time, another emergency where they have been since august last year. well. thank you to you both. people want to remove what they not happen. the other possibility is summit next thursday, will emmanuel regard as a problem there is a thatis not happen. the other possibility is that is the difference particle macron be still saying, you are dynamics, and election if the susannah is here — she will have the latestet democratic and just about pathway to guiding us towards a new deal? all retail sales rose in fletcher's politics in the comments business news in a moment. february — up by 0.4% remove that problem and that as will other things emerge once they on the previous month, proved too hard to handle all as first a look at the headlines
on afternoon live contained in the good friday official figures show. theresa may is at realise that a meaningful vote for a despite that positive news, the high a summit in brussels agreement. theresa may third time cannot get through the some people want, and people is what to ask the eu for a short street is still facing challenges. commons? chris morris, thank you. ted baker announced today its profit raleigh and london on saturday and has fallen by 26% to just extension to article 50. anti—government as co—guarantor of that agreement of the border tension what doesn't change the numbers for under £51 million. another referendum putting the whole in westminster, there decision back to the people. thank is anger as mps react manufacturing body make uk says to the prime minister's tv address — and island is a problem then there theresa may's deal. that will give manufacturers were more concerned in which she blamed them isa and island is a problem then there concern to a lot of people here. for the brexit delay. is a legitimate endorsed way that than ever about a no—deal brexit you. it is certainly fractious and a judge has sentenced a teenager that can be removed. there will be they probably have given the eu and that it should be avoided giving the address that theresa may to life in prison for the murder leaders an easy option today, but under any circumstances. made to the british people last of six—year—old alesha macphail. they know there are much more plenty of people who say hang on a night, it is more fractious than difficult questions around the minute sinn fein, you have mps who corner. the thing that preoccupies ever. there is a huge effort at the the european leader says, if there here's your business could be playing a role in moment to form some sort of order of is no agreement on this deal, and if business for next week to fit some headlines on afternoon live. westminster on this line and you do so, we are seeing lots of business usjeans maker levi strauss there is going to be a majority in of these ideas and, we will see is returning to the stock not want to come to the party so it there is going to be a majority in is not really for you to make the the parliament for another deal, leaders, we have spoken to francisco market after 3a years where that gets us but for the as a family—owned company. sort of decorations. you can either grady from the tuc but she has more on that shortly. ta ke thenis written a letter with the cbi moment let's have a look back at the sort of decorations. you can either take part or sit out. for the people the parliament for another deal, then is that sustainable across parties, across the house of way in which things have developed commons, that coalition? would it be warning over no—deal brexit —— of the north of ireland voted for sta ble commons, that coalition? would it be stable enough not only to get a vote frances o‘grady. that is right, some so way in which things have developed so far over the last 2a of us. sinn fein, i would say collectively but to get the legislation through the majority of them realise that after that? and which prime minister are you going to call senior players in the british on her to resign? nothing good has ever come out of would carry that along the line? business community, an open letter, cabinet ministers keeping quiet the house of commons. for ireland those are the sorts of things that in public, the morning the cbi business community, an open letter, the cb! and the tuc together and we after the prime minister spoke are being discussed in the round. from inside number 10. retail sales rose in february are up and particularly from for the north heard from make uk, their concerns of ireland. the vote of the people about this and senior players in the calm comings and goings cannot hide by 0.4% on the previous month, the tension in westminster that came official figures show. there is a lot going on at the to a head last night. despite that positive news the high needs to be respected, people voted summit, and we will give you some of british banking industry have spoken theresa may pitched street is still facing challenges. the reaction to that. out today, financial district chief herself against parliament fashion chain next continues and blamed mps for to struggle with the falling use let's speak to tony connelly, catherine mcguinness has said it is of its high street stores alongside for extension estate mps and ub europe editorfor rte, the brexit stalemate. would not be taking our seats so i ireland's national tv imperative that we avoid a no—deal a growing online business. and radio broadcaster. so far parliament has done and ted baker's profit has nice to see you. the irish prime brexit. others, though, are more fallen by 26% to just am not talking about something that
under £51 million. everything possible to avoid manufacturing body make uk says is going to be voted on and the minister on his way in is saying, manufacturers were more concerned house of commons, it has been voted you need to cut the uk some slack optimistic. making a choice. than ever about a no—deal brexit on and agreed to let's focus on what barclays chairmanjohn mcfarlane and that it should be avoided said he was confident that london motion after motion and amendment under any circumstances. because the prime minister is in a would remain a globalfinancial after amendment has they added 70% of manufacturers have we have here which is possibly an difficult position. it is strange to centre and able to secure access been tabled without parliament ever already put decisions on hold to europe after brexit — deciding what it wants. and had been building inventory. hear the irish, who have driven such quickly — and publicly — extension provided another vote a hard bargain on the withdrawal even in the event of a no deal ta kes pla ce extension provided another vote situation because that would hurt the backlash began. takes place and gets through. you agreement, saying, just back off a the eu as well opposition mps — thought that would happen, as your bit. i think the irish government and her own — hit back. view that if it takes place next can bit. i think the irish government ca n afford bit. i think the irish government it's a bit rich, to be honest, can afford to take that more and he says there would be her trying to blame us monday it will for again? we were expansive position. this isn't about the backstop anymore but about the now when, actually, we have yes, after a few decades been doing all the right things in reahcing out extension. dublin feels that after some kind of deal. and trying to compromise. in the fashion doldrums it seems saying if any of the mps were going simon: how is this instead of saying, "look, to assess the damage done to their two years of hard fought diplomacy i am the prime minister, a new generation is discovering and negotiations, the backstop is impacting markets? the buck stops here," she denim and levi strauss is riding people, 50% of the medicine that the pound has been falling pretty said, "the buck stops over gathered safely into the withdrawal there, do not blame me, comes into britain comes from the agreement but obviously at the same steadily throughout the day, i think i'm not responsible." it's already sold $623m worth investors are looking at the fact eu, then one would imagine that they we have a representative of shares to institutional investors that there is more of a distinct parliamentary will be calculating those things time, the irish government knows possibility of a no deal now more democracy and members of parliament before allowing the public to buy they would have voted for the least that ireland has the most to lose, cannot simply be asked to forfeit than ever stop of course, they are their judgment and their judgment stock in the i66—year worst option, the deal that was old company today. next to the uk, if you like, in a no has been, actually, pretty clear, it had floated agreed was not designated special awaiting the outcome of the prime minister‘s meeting in brussels, that her deal is flawed. deal situation, so ireland will be status to domain within the eu but very keen to make sure this whole where she is requesting a delay to on the new york stock was protecting the peace process and process is managed very carefully. leave next week, but that depends on this cabinet minister defended the prime whether her deal gets through who wants to do any damage to that minister against claims exchange in 1971. to avoid that no deal situation. so parliament, which doesn‘t look she was pitching mps in the border? whilst that is not against the public. perhaps a little bit of slack is likely. let‘s speak to emily i do not see it like that. what is called for. emmanuel macron, i think all mps have the case i respect the fact that mps montgomery from micro fidelity. a responsibility to make sure the company has come a long way let‘s look at the trajectory of we avoid no deal and we will all be the latvian prime minister, as they
since levi strauss moved to san will vote how they do because they stirling today because it has been trying to do that over the next down pretty much francisco during the californian went in today, they talk about the few days. gold rush — in 1853 are british mps. we are on the side all the way, hasn‘t it? thank you. but really started making his chances of no deal. everyone says, borisjohnson was unusually fortune 20 years later — of the table and we believe that all the way, hasn't it? it has, traders are looking very closely at camera shy this morning. when he and his business partner — is that really the way? will they there's no sign theresa may matters and that is the decide of what is going on over brexit and the has persuaded him and got the patent to use really throw ireland under the bus? others dead against her deal rivets to make clothes — pound is getting pushed and pulled, to budge, but there is some support which increased their durability — the table but negotiations are it is the closest countries to the and the rest they say is history. taking place and that is a solution uk that will be most affected. the from mps who see it depending on which way anyone thinks as the only option. and on the new york stock exchange, to the problem and a noodle want to it is going or not going at any clearly, she has moved mountains thing is, this has become an given time. it has tended to rally talk about it but also people are extremely political moment in the to try to get this deal they are wearing denim! is it really talking about it today in ireland slightly, if you can call it that, brexit process. i'm told that eu through and the interesting thing because of the chaos of what is when the idea of no—deal brexit is dressed down thursday are dressed in denim day? happening. i should also point out ambassadors meet, and the sharpers taken off the table but while is, there is no other game in town. uncertainty reigns, the only somehow i didn't get the memo! look, members of the dup who are part of certainty is that the pound will be the government has confirmed it meet before something like this, and the process within westminster would up plans to give mps another vote on this is a place that has a very say the same about the absolute they precook a lot of the decisions. certainty is that the pound will be up and down. and as a result, the a lot of the decisions on this importance of protecting the good ftse100 has risen because of this the prime minister's brexit deal strict dress code. and any other day occasion have been left to the heads next week, but if it does not pass friday agreement. i want to get that inverse relationship it has with of the week, you cannot wearjeans, of government because it is so third time round, what then? sterling, because the index is political. i think part of the sneakers, trainers, but today, as i balance and, i cannot go on. the stuffed full of multinational the choice we have now is one reason is because the european am looking around, i don't know if elections really are a factor here. companies. it certainly has, when of resolving this issue or extreme you can see, but there are traders you invest in the uk and the ftse if the uk is still in, and does have unpredictability. all around the place wearing head to 100 index of leading shares, you are mother only party who voted against do we resolve this, or do investing globally because it is toe denim. denim jackets, made up of so many international we have brexit paralysis? it. there they were the only party all around the place wearing head to toe denim. denimjackets, denim to contest those european elections, players, so it is not a true warnings aside, some jeans, you name it, there is a sea who voted against it. the arguments and not just because to contest those european elections, and notjust because this is a lever reflection on the uk market or the here said they felt less safe of blue everywhere here today. after the prime minister's for the eu to try and coerce or uk economy per se, it is more of a statement last night. global outlook. when you look at the the speaker why now? why again? is the company over whatever happens but in the short—term we have to work out is really encourage the uk to pass this following fashion? gave his view on theresa may going to head back to withdrawal agreement so that none of retail figures today, up 0.4%, hostility towards mps. none of you is a traitor. i think there are two mag reasons london with the deal she needs a that complication comes to pass, is global outlook. when you look at the retailfigures today, up 0.4%, that has surprised some and some have list to get over the next hurdle a real issue because you have1
here. one has to do with the unusual said it shows consumers are pretty all of you are doing your best. which is the possibility of a vote confident. would you say that is the ownership of this company. basically next week and with the view that true picture? it is probably true to the descendants of levi strauss million polish people in the uk who this should not be — there would then be at least weeks and i am sure will not still own the company, they are would be eligible to vote in those say that brexit isn‘t impacting quite the way it is possibly thought prove to be — a matter of any if not the full three months for her elections. you have 300,000 brits in controversy whatsoever. selling a huge chunk of shares, a to get this brexit steel through. spain who would be eligible to vote, to have been, but retail sales going if theresa may was chance for them to take some money and these could have a real bearing up to have been, but retail sales going up orany part off the table. they will still on the outcome of these elections, to have been, but retail sales going up or any part of the story because hoping mps would forget high street sales are not looking retain control of the company due to their deep dislike for her brexit the structure of the shares to do and of course, emmanuel macron in that good, still. it is the online deal and suddenly see the big particular doesn't want the brexit side, they went up, but also the picture, so far, at least, sale, but some of the proceeds will issue to bleed into the elections flip side of this story today is of it seems she will be disappointed. also go to the company and the story you're watching afternoon live, these are our headlines themselves. it has become such a big her statement last theresa may meets with eu leaders course that supermarket sales have night appeared to be in brussels to ask for a short actually gone down and they have there is, i don't know if you are a factor. absolutely. lets talk about an attempt at shock tactics but it extention to article 50. could have backfired. fan of yoga pants are not, but they made the lowest sort of growth since in westminster — there the dup in northern ireland. if they the dup, whose votes is anger as mps react are crucial to the prime have really dominated... i didn't to the prime minister's tv address — came across, it might make it easier december 2016, so it seems after all of the festive christmas minister, have said they won't be in which she blamed them for theresa may with that vote next for the brexit delay. week. there are a lot of people in wa nt to have really dominated... i didn't a judge has sentenced a teenager extravagance, consumers have been want to make assumptions! they have to life in prison for the murder tightening their belts lightly. yes, threatened into supporting her deal. of 6 year old alesha mcphail. london who say she has not really dominated the high streets and now given them any incentive to come there was a lot of talk about people denim is coming back and that has across because she is now blaming stockpiling and buying lots of in sport scotland have started their parliament. some of those labour mps groceries but so far that doesn‘t helped levi and they are hoping to appear in these numbers, does it? we she needs have walked away. the it isa euro 2020 qualifying campaign and will have to wait for a few months it is a view of westminster which is expand into other markets like so it is a view of westminster which is they are facing has extant for the eurosceptics on her own benchers are to see if that is the case. yes, i so very difficult for many people digging in. there isn't a ladder at across the water to take in and work china, brazil. first time. they are losing 2—0 with should think so but it definitely how much are they hoping to raise the moment for the dup to climb doesn‘t look like people have been out at the moment. let's discuss and that what they are planning i do stockpiling. it looks more like in think there will be a move into down. there have been a lot of talks the good weather we had in february, that. well, with me now is dorota bawolek, 20 minutes played. another ireland with the dup, trying to give them people went out and bought garden otherfashion items? think there will be a move into other fashion items? because an eu affairs journalist. otherfashion items? because that has not gone so well in the in the face estonia later. chelsea women some cover to get down off that furniture and things like that play the first leg of the champions particularly the last 2a hours, they ladder, as you say, and there has instead. let's focus on ted baker
past. the company has sold its shares to been talk of another aid package for because its shares have fallen quite league letter. by the thrust will have been so fraught in westminster, institutional investors are ready for $17 a share so they have raised significantly. simon, i‘m just the frustration here among eu northern ireland. perhaps there because its shares have fallen quite significantly. simon, i‘mjust going to say goodbye to emma. i want to leaders coming and trying to work millions. what is happening today is would be a stormont veto or lock, so with theresa may, it must be the shares go on sale to the public intense. there is no more patience services people who hold shares, show you ted baker, its profits are other people who hold shares a car frost will miss the grand national the devolved administration there would have some say in how the on the eu leaders, diplomatically next month. down 26%, even though sales overall who can now buy and sell levi would not say that but just a few stocks. we know how much the company did rise, so there are certainly backstop is implemented. even days ago here in this building there has made. this is now to see how the was a meeting of the european difficulties. the chairman of next share price does and how the market we can return to brexit now participating in trade talks. if has said it is the high rents that at larger views this firm. in the as theresa may meets with the 27 eu affairs ministers withjeremy hunt northern ireland has to abide by eu from britain. the first minutes are leaders for a summit is affecting his prophets as well. at which she hoped to be granted past, it has been difficult, and if a three—month extension regulations, then great britain ted baker down 6.37%. next have kind to the uk's brexit deadline. would agree not to diverge from you look at annual sales, the let's cross to westminster photographed with no sound. my company has seen them climb under now where we can speak those eu regulations, but that get to our chief political you back into pure backstop collea g u es photographed with no sound. my colleagues the cameramen and territory, which has been the whole photographers who came back from the leadership of the ceo. but they of brushed off mainly those investor this meeting sent that they have correspondent — vicki young. problem. i think last night theresa are still off their peak of several yea rs may's speech outside downing street figures out today. 0k, figures out today. ok, thank you very much. adam never seen an atmosphere are still off their peak of several years ago, as they have a long way theresa may any position version is this meeting sent that they have never seen an atmosphere heavy like to come back and the question is to persuade more than dozens of mps whether they can diversify. if you has really changed the dynamic. there is speculation that she may fleming in brussels said that the that during a meeting. the ministers to persuade more than dozens of mps to change the mind and get behind have set herself up to fall, to be a prime minister spoke for 90 minutes we re that during a meeting. the ministers were shouting at each other.m look at the workplace, where i am her deal next week. unfortunately for her she seems to have had the sacrificial lamb, because she has so to eu leaders on the summit, standing, it is denim day here. that during a meeting. the ministers were shouting at each other. is it an atmosphere of fatigue and antagonised parliament by her attack something of a record. there is more frustration or open contempt and goldman sachs just relaxed its dress opposite effect to be getting to the that who knows what this is going to news coming but we will hear about code. you are starting to see the point where some conservatives who from hugh edwards, who will bring lead into politically and the five o‘clock news from brussels next generation prefer a much had switched tween the first vote dislike? no one ever expected it relaxed style of dressing so that domestically? tony conley, thank you opposing it and then got behind it could help the company. for the second vote are no saying thanks a lot, michelle. very much indeed. we are two or would become such a long process and —— huw edwards. let‘s get the
possibly they might change their three hours away yet from the press i think some politicians point out that maybe we can still find a weather first. today has turned into a pretty grey the ftse 100 is staying minds once again. party that is because the time round they were day, but it is not the whole story, in positive territory — little positive thing in it. two conferences. they will be something some breaks in the cloud and spells looking at that and thinking getting to watch. we are looking for details of sunshine. this is how it looked the pound is slightly down. a mixed her doom three was the only way to and dates in that short extension, earlier on for a weather watcher in yea rs little positive thing in it. two years ago when the british voted to ensure the uk leaves the eu on time bag. ted baker shares have fallen by but anything at all as to what they leave the eu there were similar northamptonshire. as we go into but now they have to vote for the might do next thursday, and what tonight, generally it will be quite ideas in other countries, and france 8%. and the netherlands and italy and they have not had a good year, have deal next week then it would mean a discussions there have been with cloudy and misty and murky and regard to the longer extension and drizzly for coasts and hills in the what the demands might be for that, short delay to brexit something that west. this rain band approaching the poland. after almost three years of some of them simply aren't going to will they give some clue as to that they? this very difficult negotiation in the hope that might focus far north—west later in the night. countenance. other mps very upset nobody in europe is thinking about time for a look at the because they feel the tone of attention back in westminster? that it will be mild, 8—10 but some weather with ben rich. will be the one to watch. exiting the eu any more. it is a good afternoon. theresa may pots address added to the big challenge in getting the forecast right at the moment christian, thank you. lesson in what you do not want to go the hostility many mps are facing, strong and gusty winds across the is in determining where down that route. as a polish the cloud will break. northern half of the uk, for many today it has some saying they feel less safe than particularly for north—west scotland been pretty grey. in her statement to where we are likely to see gusts of for others we have seen they did because of what she has the nation last night, the prime minister blamed mps journalist, donald tusk the president of the european council blue sky and sunshine. done. going back to those who are for the prospect of a delay 50-60 where we are likely to see gusts of 50—60 mph, may be a little stronger to brexit, saying she was was one of the early cause to the uk the satellite picture shows in the most exposed spots. the switching their points of view on on the same side as voters who, there has been a lot of cloud. all of this, he has one of them she said, were fed up blustery weather will sing south to say thank again, don't go there. with ‘political games‘. eastwards a cross blustery weather will sing south some breaks across the north mrs may said parliament has done eastwards across scotland and northern ireland and may be the far of scotland, eastern england. ‘everything possible‘ has that sentiment dissipated?” to avoid making a decision north of england. ahead of it, a lot some for a time across parts on the way forward. of the midlands and east anglia. but her remarks have provoked anger of played but mild behind the rain generally through the rest among many mps, who‘ve think we could say so and it is true i think there's a number of us accused her of using inflammatory band, things brighten and abbott of the afternoon we will tend language, as our also start to turn colder and that to keep a lot of cloud and drizzle. who moved our position last week to political correspondent, ta kes also start to turn colder and that that donald tusk had two years ago jonathan blake, reports. takes us into the weekend, a cooler position last week to are you going to call vote for the deal who are now saying on her to resign? field by day and by night. there this evening and tonight everything is back on the table. cabinet ministers keeping quiet saidi a predominately cloudy night. in public, the morning will be some sunshine but some that donald tusk had two years ago said i think we will have lots of the situation has changed, after the prime minister spoke misty and murky, damp and drizzly. the prime minister has from inside number ten. blustery showers in the north. discussions and negotiations and at asked for a delay. calm comings and goings cannot hide the end the british much change many of us do not want the tension in westminster that came this rain band approaches the delay, we want
to keep our word to the british to a head last night. their decision. i think the the far north—west. temperatures overnight around people and leave on the 29th of theresa may pitched sentiment is over, now everyone says herself against parliament eight to 10 degrees. march and a delay is unacceptable the brexit will be delivered and the so i vote for the deal and blamed mps for ahead of this rain band we will see is interpreted as a vote the brexit stalemate. eu really wants it to happen as soon a squeeze of brisk winds for the delay i expect there will be many of us as possible because there are other in northern ireland, so far, parliament has done will seriously consider opposition. everything possible to avoid issues which are important to us north—west england, north making a choice. europeans like climate change and thatis that is because many of those wales gusts up to 60mph. motion after motion and amendment conservative mps would prefer for after amendment has the uk to leave next friday without been tabled without parliament ever china that were supposed to be the subject of this summit and that is as we go through tomorrow a deal at all rather than their be deciding what it wants. why the frustration is a bag because we will see these outbreaks of rain any kind of delay to brexit. that is we have two years the eu is talking staggering south eastwards quickly — and publicly — across scotland and northern ireland with strong and gusty winds. the backlash began. only about the country who is further south, any kind of delay to brexit. that is an alarming prospect for very many opposition mps — a predominately cloudy day. including lots of conservative leaving europe and not about the drizzle across northern and western areas. ministers. there are plans and and her own — hit back. future and what citizens really further south and east maybe some discussions going on right now about it‘s a bit rich, to be honest, expect who are in the eu adhere to glimmers of brightness her trying to blame us and still mild for many. what mps can do if they oppose this now when, actually, we have stay. thank you. we have the leaders idea of a no deal, can they somehow been doing all the right things in reahcing out try again to seize control of the and trying to compromise. something colder in the north west. instead of saying, "look, agenda to make sure it does not gathered for the council, they will i am the prime minister, listen to theresa may. as to what that will spread across more parts happen. there has been a strong of the uk as we go into saturday. the buck stops here," she said, intervention just happen. there has been a strong "the buck stops over they really think, one question was not much rain left on this frontal interventionjust in the happen. there has been a strong intervention just in the last hour or so intervention just in the last hour or so from the cbi there, do not blame me, put to jean—claude juncker as she system but still dangling i'm not responsible." across parts of southern intervention just in the last hour or so from the cb! and tuc coming england on saturday. together with a joint letter writing we have a representative arrived, what it he think would parliamentary there could be a legacy of cloud democracy and members of parliament happen if for a third time to start the weekend. elsewhere, spells of sunshine. cannot simply be asked to forfeit together with a joint letter writing to the prime ministers saying we need a plan b. they say our country their judgment and their judgment parliament voted no to the lid back has been, actually, pretty clear, the chance of wintry showers in northern scotland. that her deal is flawed. deal? we will hear that shortly. they could be wintry to lower levels. is facing a national emergency, quite breezy. decisions of recent days have this cabinet minister
for all of us it will feel defended the prime because the risk of no deal to saw. minister against claims some confusion. we will return to quite a bit cooler. she was pitching mps against the public. as we keep that cool air firms like amenities are not ready the events in brussels and the next i do not see it like that. in place on saturday night, for this outcome, they shocked our i think all mps have half hour. let's back up on what is away from some windy weather economy would be felt by generations in northern scotland, we are likely to see a responsibility to make sure to come. they are demanding a a touch of frost taking us we avoid no deal and we will all be going on in westminster. vicky young into sunday morning. meeting with theresa may wanting to trying to do that over the next is there. is there a sense that what a chilly start to the day. know what our plan b is and for them few days. hoping that it is not a no deal thank you. for many across england and wales it borisjohnson was unusually levy did last night has backfired? will be fine and dry. camera shy this morning. scenario. a lot of the speculation there‘s no sign theresa may some spells of sunshine. has persuaded him and for northern ireland and the far around what theresa may would do, others dead against her deal her ministers do not even know what to budge, but there is some support north of england, outbreaks of rain what's of mps very unhappy that this followed by showers, her ministers do not even know what from mps who see it is all the folk and adding to that her plan b is f she has one. i think as the only option. some of which could be wintry. the fear amongst some conservatives clearly, she has moved mountains we keep the cool to try to get this deal feel to the weather. through and the interesting thing should they feel she has added to is that i delay to brexit would the hostility that many of them have as we head towards the weekend, really ha rm felt from members of the public even we will see some cooler days, is that i delay to brexit would really harm them politically but there are many others and including is, there is no other game in town. having threats against them, they chilly nights as well. there are many others and including feel less safe because of what she blustery showers in the north. the people be had from their the cbi the government has confirmed it the cloud will break and tuc who think a no deal would be plans to give mps another vote on said. the people she is trying to the prime minister‘s brexit deal and there will be some sunshine. disastrous for the economy and in persuade her about seem she is next week, but if it does not pass that sense that could be equally as putting them off and even those who damaging for the conservative party. third time round, what then? change their minds the last time thank you. the choice we have now is one round are now suggesting that they would not vote at four have deal of resolving this issue or extreme unpredictability. the teenage boy who abducted, raped and murdered six comes back next week. that is very year alesha macphail has been do we resolve this, or do we have brexit paralysis? sentence to life in prison, warnings aside, some bad news for her, she has a huge here said they felt less safe deficit to make up and she needs and told he'll spend at least after the prime minister‘s
27 years behind bars. people on her own side and the dup the judge said 16 year and labour to get behind it and the old aaron campbell was a cold statement last night. and calculated individual who had fa ct and labour to get behind it and the fact she seems to have alienating shown ‘not a flicker many of them as a problem. it is of remorse' during the trial. the speaker gave his view lorna gordon was at the high on hostility towards mps. also a probably because lots of mps court in glasgow — none of you is a traitor. you may find some of the details and her party voted for the deal last time thinking that was the way in her report upsetting. six—year—old alesha macphail, to make sure the uk leaves the eu described as a beautiful, all of you are doing your best. kind and smart girl. and time at the end of the month but this should not be — and i am sure will not her family said they'd at no does not mean that, they are been left devastated prove to be — a matter of any and heartbroken by her murder. actually voting for a delay albeit a controversy whatsoever. her killer, aaron campbell, today short one and that could be what is if theresa may was hoping mps would forget admitted he carried out the crimes. putting them. this is of her own their deep dislike for her brexit throughout, he has shown no remorse. deal and suddenly see the big picture, so far, at least, mps. thejudge, lord matthews, i think there's a number of us it seems she will be disappointed. who moved our position last week to gave details of what campbell said happened the night he abducted her statement last vote for the deal who are now saying night appeared to be the little girl from her bed an attempt at shock tactics but it everything is back on the table. in the family home. could have backfired. the situation has changed, the prime minister has the dup, whose votes you said that alesha was drowsy asked for a delay. are crucial to the prime and became a bit more awake minister, have said they won‘t be many of us do not want when you went outside. the delay, we want at one point, she asked who you were and where you were going. threatened into supporting her deal. to keep our word to the british you said you were a friend people and leave on the 29th of march and a delay is unacceptable of her father's, and that he let‘s go to westminster now, where we can speak so i vote for the deal was taking her home. to our chief political is interpreted as a vote for the delay i expect over the next few days, correspondent, vicki young. there will be many of us will seriously consider opposition. you were totally unconcerned, theresa may has a tough gig in
not good news for the prime minister other than to be mildly amused that the police had brussels. that is an extension to not arrested you. and the other thing everyone is that meeting she won‘t want. the court also heard distressing brussels. that is an extension to trying to work out here is what that meeting she won't want.” brussels. that is an extension to that meeting she won't want. i think she has a problem here because the details of campbell's mindset. theresa may herself thinks about that when he saw alesha numbers are not coming over to her that prospect of leaving without a in her bed that night, side for her deal. and in fact, it he saw a moment of opportunity. deal next friday. ministers do not seems that some are moving back the in the background reports, know, had cabinets doesn't know, mps other way. some have changed their campbell said, during the trial, do not know and so next week gross it had taken everything mind between the first vote in the to stop himself laughing. second, and now they are saying you once again an attempt by mps to alesha's family said that when their little their vote is not guaranteed if it girl's future was taken, comes back again. that is partly seize control of the agenda. the one because when they voted last time so was theirs. thing that has to happen on monday a statement was read round, it meant they could get as emotion has to go down from the on her mother's behalf. brexit on the 29th of march, the uk in the macphail family would be leaving as planned at that government, i think rosie another and georgina's family, it is not a 27—year sentence, moment. of course, if they were to attempt by people like yvette cooper and tony ben to put down a move to it is a life sentence. vote for it sometime next week, they they will never, ever, know that that will automatically try and have these votes on all the ever be the same again. bring a delay to brexit, and some of campbell will serve a minimum them simply aren‘t willing to do other option is to show there is something that parliament is in of 27 years in jail. favour of time is very short, the that. then factor in the anger from the judge warned that he viewed campbell's possible rehabilitation and reintegration back idea of doing that legally is now into society as remote. lorna gordon, bbc news some last night, feeling that impossible and at the end of all of theresa may added to the hostility that of parliament says we have all at the high court in glasgow. being directed to mp5, some of whom come to the conclusion that we do have talked about getting death not want no deal, we want a long new zealand is to ban all military threats. they think she hasn‘t extension and delay, are the able to style semi—automatic helped and the debate has been more weapons and assault rifles polarised than it was before. after last week's gun order and mandate and tell the prime attacks in christchurch meetings have been going on between
which left fifty people dead. minister to go to brussels again to the prime minister, jacinda ardern, mps, including opposition party mps, said new zealand's history ask for a long delay to brexit even has changed forever, though she has said very clearly and now its laws would too. that she will not do it, it is not naomi grimley reports and david liddington, the de facto deputy prime minister. he has been what she wants. we had any situation hosting them in whitehall today, where as ever no including anna soubry and chuka what she wants. we had any situation where as ever no one what she wants. we had any situation where as ever no one really knows another day of mass funerals what is going on and how it is going at a cemetery in christchurch. to work for deal does not or these graves are a physical through. staying in westminster,, we and poignant reminder of the toll umunna, from the independent grouping. this is what he said when of last week's attack. he came out of the meeting. yet the can speak to a policy analyst and but as the grieving continues, the political spotlight has shifted talks were constructive, but we will starkly to the country's see what that means when the house director of occasions for people gun control laws. reconvenes next week. we did put it votes uk. where do you think we are new zealand's prime minister very forcefully to david liddington has lost no time in the need for a change in approach announcing decisive reforms. and a change in tone, particularly the theresa may spoke last night, as on the part of the prime minister. new zealand will ban all military stop trying to set people up against there a change in the mood as to very ahead? i think the speech did style semi—automatic weapons. each other. do yourjob and try to we will also ban all assault rifles. bring us together to come to a consensus view. and to show backfire somewhat, everything will be adding this process she is still we will ban all very keen to put her deal to leadership? and to show leadership. parliament again and whilst she had high—capacity magazines. i think there has been an acknowledgement of the fury with it's a sign of the times that which the tone, never mind the a more narrow defeat the second time opposition to this ban is scarce. substance of the prime minister's it was still substantial. she still new zealand has tried and failed has to when what a lot of to reform its gun laws remarked, was greeted. in terms of a
several times in the past. way forward, i think the impression eurosceptic conservative this time though the political class backbenchers and the dup. i think we have been given is that the they are probably the key piece of seems to accept it's different. government accepts that if there they are probably the key piece of the puzzle. if you can win them over isn't an agreement, a consensus, we have a duty to respond their other mps may start to fall in to violence with non—violence, line, however they have not yet said forming behind the prime minister's they will support the deal. even in and i think that you will see deal, they will have to look at some parliament act decisively on this that circumstance the chances are form of process where the in the very short future. the prime minister dusted the government, where parliament, the backing of not an insignificant an amnesty is now in place house of commons, can reach a number of liberal mps to pass this majority view. talking about what so the owners of affected on hotly we saw with a stick flashlight is that she has weapons can hand them in. would happen if theresa may‘s deal alienating some of them. some said the government has even laid is not back next week. what is aside funds to buy back extraordinary is that even her own ministers don‘t know what her plan b weapons so that owners they will actively looking for ways to support the deal and after the are to some degree compensated. would be, whether she would be willing to go through with no deal parliament aims to have the reforms statement last night said the scenario, or whether, as has been premise that does not deserve a not on the statute book by mid april. said by david liddington and others, get the support she needs to pass they would allow a process by which hopefully nothing like this would happen again and i hope parliament could show what it might this. tom, you are nodding your the gun laws will stop it actually be in favour of. from happening again. head. a big march at the weekend, the consequences of what we've seen is terrible and thank you. are things moving any you would something must change. new zealand has never had the same wish? i think so. it is notjust the attachment to guns as america. also in westminster the speed of these laws is frances o‘grady, general secretary of comes in stark relief the trades union congress. parliament does not want this broken brexit deal but not as the country. to the reaction to tragedies there, you, the tuc and the cbi have all the polls say very few people as the us gun lobby written to theresa may. while she is
has resisted reforms wa nt blaming mps for where we are, you all the polls say very few people want this deal so when theresa may from successive administrations. is trying to play parliament against naomi grimley, bbc news. are blaming her. i think the tuc and the people, what you're going to see the cbi are saying clearly that her deal isn‘t going forward. that she on saturday is not just the people, what you're going to see adam bienkov is politics editor on saturday is notjust many the people, what you're going to see on saturday is not just many mps marching to give the public the of business insider uk needs a plan b. but we are also very and he's at westminster. final say but also hundreds of clear that nobody wants no deal. thousands of people and a flag wants that would be a disaster forjobs to open her cousins in downing looking at the front page of and investment in this country, by street she will see all the people walking past. if theresa may is business and say that and you're the government‘s own admission. so looking at the comments from she needs to focus on allowing a emmanuel macron that a few hoping this is focusing everybody‘s politicians vote against theresa process , she needs to focus on allowing a process, like indicative votes, to may's deal that enters a no deal. he mind because as she has done all come up with an alternative. and we along said it is my deal or no deal, also agree that the clear priority is very clear that if mps again next should be about people‘s jobs, is there a sense that actually she could lose control of the whole week. theresa may's brexiteer within process she was this vote? the a looks like we're heading for a no people‘s livelihoods, their communities, and i think it is time brexit. he didn't roll out a difficulty as we are not sure what that the prime minister started listening. we would be keen to meet the other option is. everything back long—term extension but said would herjointly to set out require significant political change listening. we would be keen to meet her jointly to set out the views listening. we would be keen to meet herjointly to set out the views of both business and the unions, but we are very clear that the prime on the part of britain and so far everything back to what donald tusk parliament has shown wattel side of said what happens next, as there and minister has to take responsibility for the mess that we are in and find that. prospects of a no—deal brexit a way to clear it up. but you agree
it no deal on extension question look significantly increased. people mark prime minister has tried to use that an extension is required, because frankly, we are out of time? this ambiguity to her advantage in are calling for the revoking of order to ensure labour mps can back it is clear we do need an extension the deal if they are afraid of what article 50, staying in the eu, on on time. we are eight days away from we are facing is a no deal and our current terms, it has had more eurosceptics they are what we are the deadline. but i also think that than1 million our current terms, it has had more facing is a long extension adds no than 1 million signatures. the deadline. but i also think that the prime minister didn‘t answer the our current terms, it has had more than1 million signatures. it keeps crashing because many people are brexit. that question will need to be answered very soon. if the deal trying to sign it, is that a sense question — what was she bringing in the business community that whatever theresa may does next week that was new to the table? what is voted down next week prime minister has said mps would have the would justify an extension of time? or nothing? there is a joint chance to decide what happens next. do they force our hand and asked to it is clear that, frankly, her deal statement today from the tuc and the go back for a long extension and has now gone down to very heavy indeed with the eu be bound to grant historic defeats. from the world of that? that cause problems for them cbi saying that theresa may needs to in terms of their european parliamentary calendar. it goes to change course. there is a growing work, we have good practical advice alarm on all sides of the divide about the kind of deal we need in here that we are heading dangerously terms of customs, the single market, the fundamental problem about brexit close to a no—deal brexit and i and why theresa may has had such think business want some kind of in terms of workers‘ rights and investment. the kind of deal we need trouble getting a deal through. certainty, they have not seen that there is no version of brexit that from the government so far and that will work for everyone in this meets all the promises that are made believe something is to change quite country. reading the letter, you say soon. in 2016, no version that doesn't leave people poorer onset of this believe something is to change quite soon. business has been seeing that that firms in communities across the for two years. uk are not ready for the outcome of soon. business has been seeing that for two yea rs. we soon. business has been seeing that for two years. we are now a week issue for years to come. that is why away. absolutely. there has long ano uk are not ready for the outcome of a no deal. is that true? one sort of i think parramatta is having such a
been an assumption in the uk that difficulty in finding a formal hopes, with the notice we‘ve had, somehow i no—deal brexit would be brexit and can agree on. the that some companies are ready for avoided. we cannot longer presume argument is not an option in the this. i think the cbi has done its mist of this crisis, it is a that will be the case, there is own research, as has government. clearly no majority volleyed theresa grown—up solution to this crisis because brexit has turned out to be may's deal and if anything this clearly, some big businesses feel so seems to be mps moving away from it because brexit has turned out to be so different and disastrous compared that they are ready, but there are a to what was promised, it is only right and reasonable to hand it back following her speech yesterday. some lot of small and medium—sized to the people. you are going to hear businesses that simply aren‘t. this conservative mps saying we are heading for the delayed brexit that is real stuff. i mean, we have that i echoing on saturday, we are the longer want to back her deal. it already seen what is happening at does not seem like those voices from honda, at bmw, at nissan.” business are being listened to and going to have a historic well timed does not seem like it is having a already seen what is happening at honda, at bmw, at nissan. i need to pick you up on that. they said major effect on the voting decisions march to let people back into this by mps in parliament. is there a debate. you mention that couldn't be brexit wasn‘t necessarily an reason sense that business is not wanting a for those decisions. —— mike a a better time, there isn't any time. at the moment we are leaving the eu no—deal brexit is in some way prepared for it? has worked into reason. we need to be careful where next friday and that is where she we point the finger, don‘t because that? a lot of businesses have my we need to be clear that brexit doesn't get this deal through and was a factor, and it is not helping. you are saying she wants.” worked on relocation plans, millions has been spent but i don't think we doesn't get this deal through and when you have business and you are saying she wants. i hope she doesn't because there is time then manufacturing under pressure, it should be under any illusion that doesn‘t help to have this for calm and rational people on all the community is ready for no deal sides and you look and in britain to uncertainty, to keep flogging the dead horse of this made‘s deal. say let's take the offer of a long but what the community wants above instead, we need to come up with a
extension which is clearly there, plan b. we believe and understand europe is clearly ready to offer a and beyond is certainty. if you're that our consensus could be built long extension, to use that time to heading for no—deal brexit, let's knew about it now and have some time work out what brexit means. to add a across parties for a sensible deal have years of fixed debate, we to prepare for that because as that would protect jobs things stand we have no idea, a week across parties for a sensible deal that would protectjobs and livelihoods. i think mrs may, haven't really wanted what it means to go and we could potentially drop and that progressive majority in the whatever the effort she has made so house of commons is abstract, and out and be still don't know what the far, it is clearly not working. it‘s never comes together for a specific government's planners to deal with formal brexit. it works out what it that. we know who theresa may is no good blaming her own mps for not wants to do that is when we could doing what she tells them to do. she put it to the people and settle this needs to find a way forward that can issue once and for all which is what blaming, who had businesses pointing the finger at? it is certainly the everybody wants. thank you. now we command a majority in the house. i‘m afraid the political reality of that is that simply tacking ever further case that theresa may blamed mps, to her own european research group some polling today suggests the will look at the weather. you ask me public largely blames the government won‘t give her the numbers. she and if there was a no—deal brexit what it is like in california!” needs to start reaching out across think they can tell us. the tweets the house. that number would increase greatly. have been piling in. it is a bloom? that is something similarly will do you have any sympathy for her? find amongst businesses, a lot of many people saying she has had an impossiblejob, it they have called this a super bloom. many people saying she has had an impossible job, it was a poison frustration among them that the chalice and she has at least stuck this is in southern california, a prime minister and government and the bee listening to their concerns, to her guns. i think anybody who place to live like a late inland speaking out regularly and largely goes for an elected leadership position knows it is never going to from los angeles. typically every been falling on deaf years. the fear bea
position knows it is never going to be a bed of roses and, without decade or so, they get a wet winter, doubt, we are in extraordinary times amongst many in the business summer decade or so, they get a wet winter, summer rain and snow, and when the committee is when it comes to it throughout this process theresa may spring comes, look at what happens, and leadership is tough, but i also think it is beholden on leaders to these flowers bloom across the has arguably prioritised the listen and to lead and, you know, concerns short—term foreign party over the long—term concerns of the landscape. they are a huge tourist country. that is the wider concern she has tried very hard on her deal, attraction and they had won two the truth is she hasn‘t got the yea rs attraction and they had won two years ago, so thatis attraction and they had won two years ago, so this follows hot on country. that is the wider concern that is playing notjust any business committee but any public as the heels, but this wild, beautiful numbers. she‘s got to change tack well. thank you. and put the whole country first, not to look at, it has been causing just hold her own party together. problems for the authorities, they now it's time for a look frances o‘grady, thank you very much have had thousands of people at the weather with ben rich. forjoining us. time for a look at the weather. flocking to see this spectacle, there have been trafficjams, some good afternoon. today has turned we are looking at the spring, but of the poppies are being trampled into a pretty grey day, but that is not spring as we know it, this is and they had to close at some of the not the whole story. there have been california in spring. main areas because it was too brea ks not the whole story. there have been breaks in the cloud, some spells of california in spring. california first of all, we talked sunshine. this is how it looked about the spring equinox yesterday popular. huge natural spectacle and there are plenty of signs of spring not here but around the which has happened because of the earlier on in northamptonshire. rain they have had over the winter. early tonight, it will be quite world. these pictures are stunning, cloudy, misty and murky and drizzly they are known as what is known as a now to finer because the spring for coasts and hills in the west. there means something else. ido there means something else. i do not have those pictures value this rain band approaching in the super bloom. california is a pretty this time. far north—west. it will be mailed, dry part of the world but on average, every ten years or so, let's imagine melting ice and lots temperatures up to 10 degrees, but of rivers in finer and you will show ahead of the band of rain there will dry part of the world but on average, every ten years or so, they get a really wet winter, some rain them later! be gusty winds, generally because and snow and the poppies come out en the northern half of the uk
masse, all at once. these pictures if you tuning at half past far, i particularly for north—west scotland. gusts of up to 60 mph. may come from lake elsinore, just ran from los angeles, a beautiful can show that. it is quieter than be strong in the most exposed parts. display on the landscape but it has all of that here, but still the wet weather will sink caused problems because in this springlike. a mile across the uk south—eastwards, may be into the far particular town, which has a north of england by the end of the population of about 66,000, 50,000 today, even where you have cloud, lots of places have cloud, but to day. i had a lot of cloud but it people turned up in one weekend will be mild. behind the rain, unlock the real warmth, you will because everyone wants to put it on things brighten up but also turn need some sunshine. there is some of their social media. it is very colder. that takes us into the that, including in north—east weekend, a cooler field england. you can see the brakes of colder. that takes us into the weekend, a coolerfield by day and night. there will be sunshine, but the cloud in north—east england and some blustery showers in the north. scotland, a beautiful day across social mediable... social mediable? i don‘t think shetland and further south, the world, east midlands, if you are mediable is a word. glimmers of sunshine and brightness. it has never stopped us before. so going through the afternoon, large they actually had to close the area for a while and things have been slabs of cloud floating around, some trampling them, it has caused sunshine, in the best of that, 16 traffic jams, all kinds trampling them, it has caused trafficjams, all kinds of problems but a beautiful site nonetheless. degrees across parts of eastern england into the east midlands. with the cloud it is pretty mild. some it is, cheery, but less cheery in china, the same issue but causing a rain in western scotland and that this is bbc news. our latest headlines... will work its way northwards. it is theresa may is at a summit very different thing. in brussels to ask eu leaders well, these pictures are beautiful a pretty cloudy night, some spots of for a three—month delay to brexit, in themselves. this is the yellow drizzle, some mist and murk places as french president emmanuel macron warns that another defeat river, about 3,000 miles long, more as well, but temperatures overnight for mrs may's deal next week and a dropping fire, up to 10 would make a no deal inevitable. than that, in northern china and in
the wintertime, it freezes and in degrees. also increasingly windy in case of a no vote, i mean, march, the ice starts to melt and across the north—western corner. by you can see these big lumps of ice the first part of tomorrow morning, just working down the river. this wind gusts in western scotland, up causes its own problems because you to 60 mph. perhaps more than that in directly, it will guide everybody to get a thing called ice jam flooding, ano directly, it will guide everybody to some places. the rain will slide in where the ice gets jammed... a no deal. some places. the rain will slide in some places. the rain will slide in as well across northern ireland and in westminster, mps react angrily to scotla nd as well across northern ireland and the prime minister's tv address, scotland with the gusty winds. for in which she blamed them and there is flooding. it is called england and wales, largely cloudy for the brexit delay. it for a reason, i guess! a judge sentences a teenager to life conditions, some odd spots of rain, in prison for the murder of six—year—old alesha macphail. and the authorities use dams to try across the south—east will you do better for some gen compared with and filter some of the river water act to reduce the risk of flooding. today. mild for many, but behind each of these reports contains clear it won‘t last all that long, this is this rain band as things brighten up admissions by you of your guilt. not a part of the world where through the afternoon, it will start to turn cooler and fresher and that only that, and this is a terrible temperatures fluctuate wildly from winter into summer so quickly it thing to say of one so young, but will all be melted and the problem story for the weekend, this frontal will all be melted and the problem they paint a clear picture of a will hopefully be over. system sinks its way southwards, very dramatic. less dramatic here. notice how it lingers across cold, callous, calculating and southern parts of england into remorseless individual. much less dramatic here, but that is satellite photos have shown saturday morning, so that could not bad news for people. a decent the scale of the flooding caused by cyclone idai in mozambique — day today, mild, even where we have a vast inland sea of over had cloud and swear that we have had 1000 square miles. leave a band hugging the channel some sunshine, it has felt pretty hundreds of people have died in the country and the authorities warm. a beautiful scene here for a coasts. some drizzle. saturday is a there say 15,000 people good—looking day. some are wintry are in urgent need of rescue. weather watcher in north tyneside. showers into northern scotland. i the satellite picture shows where say wintry because it will be a the brakes on the cloud have been,
little cooler and fresher. that cool north—east england has done quite sport now on afternoon air is staying in place as we go nicely, northern scotland, a live with olly foster. scotland have made a terrible start beautiful day across shetland. further south, the holes in the through saturday night. away from the far north of scotland where it cloud are few and far between, the in their opening euro 2020 qualifer. will be too windy, many will see a midlands, wales, southern england touch of frost in sunday morning. a and as we get to the afternoon, many they have travelled to the eastern places will be cloudy and we keep fringes of european football. the chilly start for many, we will see sunshine across the parts of the first time they have played east and temperatures as we get to sunshine but this band of rain and kazakhstan. it is a plastic pitch. hill snow will sink down scotland, 5pm, 1a or 15, they then go to san marino east and temperatures as we get to showers chasing behind and once on sunday, great chance to get off 5pm,14 or 15, so it east and temperatures as we get to 5pm, 1a or 15, so it stays east and temperatures as we get to 5pm,14 or 15, so it stays mild. some cloud across the western side again the cooler, fresher feel to to a flyer, especially with belgium of scotland, it will edge the weather, not the mild weather we have at the moment, up to 13 and russia also in their group. northwards, it is quite cloudy far tougher assignments ahead. look degrees. as we head towards the night, quite misty and murky, weekend, cooler by day and chilly by at this, inside ten minutes. there especially for coastal areas of the night, blustery showers in the we re at this, inside ten minutes. there were 2—0 down. it bit of a makeshift west. those temperatures not mouth, but amongst all that, some dropping far at all, 8—10 but there sunshine. side for alex mcleish, he has had isa dropping far at all, 8—10 but there is a band of rain starting to some injuries, some players have not squeeze its way in and rain was travelled because of the artificial surface, it would be too dangerous spreading across the northern half for them. of the uk and north—west scotland, no andy robertson, the captain needed some urgent dental treatement. 50-60 of the uk and north—west scotland, 50—60 mph gusts, may be more for the as extant taking a 2—0 lead. there northern and western isles. blustery winds and heavy rain will sing south is about 35 minutes played. it is eastwards a cross winds and heavy rain will sing south eastwards across scotland and northern ireland tomorrow but the scotla nd is about 35 minutes played. it is scotland being completely outplayed england and wales, plenty of dry as well.
northern ireland face estonia tonight at windsor park. weather, plenty of cloud but i‘m england play at wembley tomorrow hopeful that to the south of england, there is the better chance against czech republic. slight doubt over marcus rashford, of seeing some sunshine tomorrow. milder ahead of the rain band but who is nursing an ankle problem. ahead of it as the sky is bright and, cooler and fresher and it sets he trained away by himself today us upfor indoors away from the rest of the and, cooler and fresher and it sets us up for the weekend. this rain band moves southwards and eastwards. main group. the big news is scotland much of the rain will fizzle away but the front will linger across starting their campaign very poorly indeed. southern parts of england across how do you train yourself indoors by saturday, so expect more cloud on yourself? he is on the old bicycle, saturday, so expect more cloud on saturday with the odd spot of drizzle but, elsewhere, decent treadmill... spells of sunshine. there will be a big night for chelsea's women showers across northern scotland and sim could be wintry even to low levels because it will be noticeably tonight. cooler by saturday and at the cool air stays with us during saturday half the quarterfinalists are english in the champions league, but night. cool enough away from the north of scotland where it will be in the women's champions league, windy for us to see a touch of just chelsea the sole representative frost, so certainly a chilly start and their manager says they are if you are out on sunday morning but experienced in the area is going to it should be bright, there will be hold them in good stead. some spells of sunshine. hill is no they play paris st—germain later — in the first leg of their quarterfinal chelsea and will reach pushing south eastwards across the semi—finals for a second season scotla nd pushing south eastwards across scotland and northern ireland, but in a row if they overcome psg,
who were themselves finalists temperatures across the second half in 2015 and 2017. of the weekend between nine and 13. things will feel a little different they know their way about europe as as we head into the weekend, cool by well. the first leg at kingsmeadow day, rather chilly by night with gets under way at 7.05. some frost, blustery showers in the i think we are much better prepared north, but amidst all of that, some than we were 12 months ago, even sunshine. though we were in a position as domestic double champions, because the cumulative experience is what gets you closer to this competition and we don't fear psg full stop we respect them, but we know that the personnel we have on any day will hurt many teams in europe. bryony frost is going to miss next month's grand national meeting at aintree. she broke her collarbone in a fall at southwell. she became the first female jockey to win a grade onejumps race at the festival last week. she also came fifth in the national last year. although she hadn't yet secured a ride in the big race. england's women cricketers have
completed a 3—0 whitewash over sri lanka in their one day series. the hosts could only manage 174 all out after winning the toss in katunayake. england knocked off the runs with 8 wickets and over 23 overs to spare. amyjones and tammy beaumont both made half centuries the way we started the leg of this tour, when we got the opportunity to beat a team comprehensively, we want to ta ke beat a team comprehensively, we want to take it and do it ruthlessly and a tan that is my chance for the better to get around, so really pleased with today. points at stake as well, so it was not a dead game in any sense of the term. i think we are up to second in the table, so a nice position to be in and leads nicely into the t20 leg of the tour. the ibf world featherweight champion josh warrington says boxers caught doping should receive life bans from the sport. warrington will defend his title against his fellow yorkshireman kid galahad later this year in leeds. galahad was given a backdated two—year doping ban in 2016 that was later cut by six months. he maintains he tested positive two years earlier because his nutritional supplement had been spiked.
it isa it is a disgrace, to be fair, and, you know, winning and losing, all of that goes out of the window. they should be no place for it and if you get found, then you should be banned. do it should be a life ban? 100%. a quick update from kazakhstan. they are still winning 2-0. thank you very much. satellite photos have shown the scale of the flooding caused by cyclone idai in mozambique, a vast inland sea of over 1000 square miles. hundreds of people have died in the country and the authorities there say 15,000 people are in urgent need of rescue. more have died in neighbouring zimbabwe and malawi, and across the region millions have been left homeless. from mozambique, anne soy reports. lucky to be alive, but growing desperate by the day. these people may have survived the worst storm ever seen here,
but now, they have nothing to eat and nowhere to shelter. cyclone idai swept away almost everything on its path. it created small islands where a city once stood, trapping those who survived it. nearly a week later, relief has started trickling in. south africa has sent its military helicopters to deliver aid. international organisations are also planning more. the uk has sent emergency shelter kits and family tents and more aid is on the way. the british government has set aside £18 million for the relief effort. and here, in the capital, a huge aid operation is getting under way. i have seen individuals and companies arriving here with foodstuffs and other basic supplies, coming to donate to people who have been affected by the cyclone. i am told that so many volunteers turned up here today that some of them had to be turned away.
the supplies will be shipped to the affected region, but there are challenges ahead. across the border in zimbabwe, some relief, as more people are rescued. thousands need help to get out. the injured and the vulnerable are given priority. tough choices that rescuers have to make with their limited means. the true scale of this disaster is not yet known. there are fears of worse times ahead as heavy rains continue to pound the affected area. rivers upstream could burst their banks, causing more destruction. the conditions here also put money at risk of contracting diseases. they sing thousands have lost everything,
but they are making do with what they can as they wait for more help to arrive. anne soy, bbc news, maputo. let's speak now to daniel timme, who works for unicef in mozambique and joins us from the capital maputo. as we were hearing, there are still people that need rescuing. as you have seen in your video, many people are still awaiting to be rescued. hundreds of thousands of children are in need of shelter and in need of food and in need of clean drinking water and at unicef we are particularly worried about this high number of children in the situation at the moment. it's the aid going to be available orare it's the aid going to be available or are you it's the aid going to be available orare you in it's the aid going to be available or are you in need of much more international help you are getting at the moment? the aid operation has started slowly
for several reasons, because the city and surrounding region was cut off via two days, from our communications, but also geographically, the roads are blocked, and everything needs to be brought in by air. and also by boat. that is a big logistical challenge and we are working on that. but we have started to distribute the most urgent goods and as people are streaming into these temporary shelters, we are distributing them with the food, with drinking water, which is very important because there is the danger of life diseases. this is a race against time because with so many people desperate for
food and water, there real at huge risk of that, aren't they? can you still hear me? i hear you back. i can you still hear me? i hearyou back. i did can you still hear me? i hear you back. i did not hear your question, but i suppose wanted to know more about the rescue operation, can you repeat? it was about the risk of disease, which is something that you are going to worry about more and more. yes, of course we are prepared for the worst—case to respond to cholera outbreaks and the like, but the most important for us is to prevent these things and at unicef we are responsible to provide safe drinking water and our water sanitation people are working on that for the immediate needs, we are distributing water purification pills because
especially children are extremely vulnerable now and can get diarrhoea and that can easily be life threatening and we want to save life, it is a race against time now. we wish you well with your work. thank you very much forjoining us. susannah is here — in a moment she will have the latest business news. first a look at the headlines on afternoon live. theresa may meets with eu leaders in brussels to ask for a short extention to article 50. in westminster there is anger as mps react to the prime minister's tv address in which she blamed them for the brexit delay. a judge has sentenced a teenager to life in prison for the murder of six—year—old alesha macphail. here's your business headlines on afternoon live. the bank of england has kept interest rates on hold amid continued uncertainty over brexit. all nine members of the bank's monetary policy committee voted to keep rates at 0.75%,
where they have been since august last year. retail sales rose in february are up by 0.4% on the previous month, official figures show. despite that positive news the high street is still facing challenges. ted baker's profit has fallen by 26% to just under £51 million. manufacturing body make uk says manufacturers were more concerned than ever about a no—deal brexit and that it should be avoided under any circumstances. they added 70% of manufacturers have already put decisions on hold and had been building inventory. what is going on? retail sales rose unexpectedly. there was an unseasonal weather, it was very warm as you remember, so that could be partly to blame. it is the strongest in the three months to february, the strongest in over two
yea rs, february, the strongest in over two years, 3.7%, and that was the annualised rate. fashion chain next and ted baker still facing problems. although it has online sales that are robust, sales fell in star, and ted baker, its profits were down by 26%, so there are still real issues facing the high street. there is also a story out today about attacks in star. increased in tax on staff. this has come from the british retail consortium. they say every day, on average, 115 retail employees are attacked every day last year. that is pretty staggering, isn't it? the very fact it is costing retailers around £1.9 billion i'm trying to tackle that sort of crime. let's talk to anusha couttigane,
an analyst at kantar consulting. talking about attacks on retail staff. that is very dangerous, having to put all these infrastructure, camera, security guards and the high street. yes, it is really concerning finding. ithink yes, it is really concerning finding. i think one of the problems with this is the violent crime we are seeing in the retail industry. we have clients coming to us citing problems with cyber car security and fraud, but it is violent crime that has a direct impact on staff on the front line. i started has a direct impact on staff on the front line. istarted my has a direct impact on staff on the front line. i started my career as a student on these shop floor and i think that is really telling because in the retail industry, a shop floor staff demographic is a really composed of quite young people usually, it is casual work, it a tt ra cts usually, it is casual work, it attracts people who need flexible working hours and i think it is really concerning that that particular demographic, younger workers, are potentially young pa rents, workers, are potentially young parents, and particularly subject to these attacks because of the
environment they are in. let's move on to the news that we have had about retail sales being unexpectedly stronger than saad in february. why do you think that is? do you think it was the seasonal weather or do you think it could be consumers are feeling more confident? i think that consumers are feeling more confident. we have spoken about uncertainty in our industry and the fertility, but i think in the uk, i think we could continue with that. the one weather helped because that gets people out of their homes and under the high street and we always see a lift in retail performance when the weather is good. let's focus on ted baker. it has been through a number of issues, not least is the founder being investigated. what is happening with sales ? investigated. what is happening with sales? do you think that investigation has had an impact i do you think it is simply tough for that retailer at the moment?
i think that retailer at the moment? ithink in that retailer at the moment? i think in the case of ted baker that the brand is insulated a little bit from what is going on in the background partly because the name of the brand is not sound as with the name of the founder, so it has a little bit of a buffer between the star is going on and what consumers are interactive with. ted baker is operating in a very competitive environment. one of the challenges it has faced is on the international pa rt it has faced is on the international part of the business, ted bag it is a —— ted baker is expanding quickly and it is a little bit experimental and it is a little bit experimental and it is struggling to get it right in some territories. some of the markets it has gone into like india and south korea are the middle east, thoseis and south korea are the middle east, those is a market that can be telling to engage with because you have to work with local partners are local distributors and selecting the right partners in those territories is really critical to success with the newmarket entries. and ted baker
has not always got that farm in the right so we have seen over the last year that they have had to change who it is working with our has had to close stores where it hasn't delivered. that is one thing that ted baker is struggling to get right. briefly, it has been said that it is not necessarily that he has too many stars, just that the rents and rates are too high. do you think they need to be changed? this is a negotiation that retailers are struggling with as well. in the case of next, they have been able to negotiate some discounted rates with a number of its landlords. next is a business well—positioned to move towards online and it is changing its business model, evolving from what was a b to c model, interacting with allowing third—party brands to reach consumers through its network.
having that physical footprint is important because it gives it differentiation against other players who provide that platform for third party brands to access. thank you very much. the ftse100 is staying in positive territory after the bank of england kept interest rates on hold, citing however it was really guidance from the us central bank that set the tone for markets today. that has lifted miners, gold, in particularly at a three—week high. the philosopher and crossbench life peer baroness mary warnock has died aged 94. she chaired a number of inquiries to inform government policy, which included a report which led to the setting up of the human fertilisation and embryology authority in 1991 to govern ivf treatment. she also authored a landmark report on children with special educational needs and disabilities.
we're joined now by professor allan pacey, who is a professor of andrology at the university of sheffield. fairto fair to say, she was a massive influence on you and your career? ata influence on you and your career? at a very personal level, yes, i can remember as an undergraduate, i was probably 19 years old, sitting in the university library and i read in the university library and i read in the space of one afternoon this report that she published. my goodness, it changed my life. this was the business i wanted to bn and for that i will be ever thankful to her. on the face of it that would be a fairly dry thing to read, but what was it that she did that brought the subject to so many people? it sounds like a dry thing to read, but as a philosopher, she really ca ptu red but as a philosopher, she really captured the spirit of what the tension around ivf was about, she will was able to neutrally chair the committee and take information from
the opposing sides. it is a good read still. i went through that part with my students only a few years ago and they themselves are now 18, 19,20 ago and they themselves are now 18, 19, 20 years ago and they themselves are now 18, 19,20 years old, ago and they themselves are now 18, 19, 20 years old, were amazed at the quality of the writing, the quality of the debate and how current some of the debate and how current some of the debate and how current some of the things she said still wear. it is interesting because we take ivf are granted in many ways now. back then, it really wasn't. there was clearly issues there, people were concerned about the slippery slope, concerned about designer babies. they were concerned about eggs, donations, sperm donation, and there was an emphasis on the report about surrogacy, people were concerned about the possibility of selling the womb to create children for couples that couldn't have children of their own without using a third party. and i think they were obvious and serious
concerns, but what she was really able to do was kind of present a way through that but i think no other person at the time and no other person at the time and no other person since could have done. looking at twitter, so many describing her as inspirational, but the other word that comes across is own assuming. if you ever met her, and i met her on very few occasions, but she was a very charming individual, very friendly and approachable. but sitting in the audience of a conference and listening to her speak, you saw the remarkable brain and approach she had and she was a remarkable person to be around and witness speaking. and you would not be doing what you are doing without her. iam very are doing without her. i am very grateful to her. thank you very much for your time. we will be live in brussels. but now the weather from ben we will be live in brussels. but now the weatherfrom ben rich. good afternoon. the big challenge in getting
the forecast right at the moment is in determining where the cloud will break. for many today it has been pretty grey. for others we have seen blue sky and sunshine. the satellite picture shows there has been a lot of cloud. some breaks across the north of scotland, eastern england. some for a time across parts of the midlands and east anglia. generally through the rest of the afternoon we will tend to keep a lot of cloud and drizzle. this evening and tonight a predominately cloudy night. misty and murky, damp and drizzly. this rain band approaches the far north—west. temperatures overnight around eight to 10 degrees. ahead of this rain band we will see a squeeze of brisk winds in northern ireland, north—west england, north wales gusts up to 60mph. as we go through tomorrow we will see these outbreaks of rain staggering south eastwards across scotland and northern ireland with strong and gusty winds. further south, a predominately cloudy day. drizzle across northern
and western areas. further south and east maybe some glimmers of brightness and still mild for many. something colder in the north—west. that will spread across more parts of the uk as we go into saturday. not much rain left on this frontal system but still dangling across parts of southern england on saturday. there could be a legacy of cloud to start the weekend. elsewhere, spells of sunshine. the chance of wintry showers in northern scotland. they could be wintry to lower levels. quite breezy. for all of us it will feel quite a bit cooler. as we keep that cool air in place on saturday night, away from some windy weather in northern scotland, we are likely to see a touch of frost taking us into sunday morning. a chilly start to the day. for many across england and wales it will be fine and dry. some spells of sunshine. for northern ireland and the far north of england, outbreaks of rain followed by showers, some of which could be wintry.