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hello, this is breakfast with naga munchetty and charlie stayt. coming up before nine we'll get the weather with louise. good morning, welcome to breakfast with naga munchetty but first, a summary of this and charlie stayt. morning's main news. 0ur headlines today: theresa may has told mps the countdown to brexit. there won't be a third vote theresa may tells mps there won't be on her brexit deal in the coming another vote on her deal if it looks days, if it appears it like it will be rejected will be rejected again. good morning welcome to breakfast in a letter, for a third time. with naga munchetty and the prime minister outlined the options available to parliament, charlie stayt. signed, sealed and delivered — our headlines today: telling colleagues that they face the report into alleged collusion the countdown to brexit. a clear choice about brexit, as she continues to try to win between president trump's theresa may tells mps there won't be campaign team and russia support for her plan. during the 2016 election. another vote on her deal if it looks it's now thought likely like it will be rejected that mps will get to a sterling performance for a third time. vote on their preferred theresa may says she could scrap from raheem at wembley, options next week. he scored a hatrick, a third vote on her brexit deal, one of the government's key as england continued if there isn't enough support plans to deal with the potential their impressive run, to pass it. with a 5—0 thrashing signed, sealed and delivered — impact of a no—deal brexit of the czech republic. is being put in place this weekend. the report into alleged collusion the m20 motorway leading between president trump's campaign team and russia to dover was closed overnight, and i've been to meet during the 2016 election. as contingency plans are made the premier league players set in case long queues of lorries build a sterling performance from raheem at wembley. to potentially earn thousands, he scored a hatrick, up as they try to cross the channel. from the beautiful game, as england continued a new road layout will be not with their feet their impressive run, with a 5—0 thrashing but with their fingers. in place from monday. of the czech republic. good morning. the weekend looks likely to be mostly fine and dry and i've been to meet an investigation has the premier league players set finished into whether or not president trump's campaign team with hopefully the cloud breaking up to potentially earn thousands, colluded with russia from the beautiful game, during the 2016 election. and a little bit more sunshine not with their feet america's chief lawyer coming through. blustery showers will now summarise the report,
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but with their fingers. and decide how much to share with politicians in congress. good morning. the weekend looks the president's opponents say they want to see the full likely to be mostly fine and dry, findings of the inquiry. with hopefully the cloud breaking up western—backed forces in syria have declared a final and a little bit more sunshine military victory over the so—called islamic state group. breaking through. take few blustery the syrian democratic forces said they'd taken full showers in the far north—west, and control of the village of baghouz and declared feeling a bit cooler for all of us. the "total elimination" all the details in the next 15 of islamic state. minutes. it's saturday, 23rd march. our top story: bbc news has learned theresa may has told mps that the family of mark duggan, there won't be a third vote who was shot dead by a metropolitan police officer, is suing on her brexit deal in the coming days, if it appears it the force for damages. will be rejected again. in a letter to mp5, the shooting in north london in august 2011, the prime minister outlined led to riots across england. the options available to parliament, an inquest jury found as she continues to try to win support for her plan. the uk was supposed to leave that he was lawfully killed. the european union next friday, on march 29th. but now, eu leaders have agreed to an extension. a teenage boy has been under a new timetable, brexit stabbed to death in west london. will be delayed until may 22nd, the victim, who officers but only if theresa may say they believe to be 17, was found after reports of a fight gets her withdrawal agreement passed by mps next week, outside a block of flats in isleworth. the metropolitan police has launched something that still seems unlikely. a murder investigation, no arrests have been made so far. if the deal fails again, or the prime minster decides soldiers are being deployed
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against another vote, on the streets of paris today then the uk has until 12th april to propose another way forward, to protect public buildings in case of demonstrations by the so—called or risk leaving without a deal. "yellow—vest movement". let's get more from our political protests last saturday descended into violence and shops correspondent peter saull. and businesses were looted. paris police have banned this letter, this statement by the the protesters from a large area in the west of the city, prime minister, how is it being including the champs—elysees. viewed? i think they are key points those are the main in this letter. the first, as you have said, is the prime minister suggesting that the vote on how deal stories this morning. might not take place this week. it would suggest that if the numbers are not there, it might not happen at all. and then we move to that it isa scenario that you outlined, the next it is a story of two dance, we have dan walker. let's tell you about deadline being april 12, by which point the uk will either have to football focus. poetry from england come out with a plan b, or choose to leave without an agreement. in the last night. we also have dan story second key point from the latter is the football writer from london. last night. we also have dan story ona no second key point from the latter is on a no till brexit. theresa may the football writerfrom london. i love this quote from him. he wrote, says that could damage the integrity of the uk, especially given that nights like these used to be a there is no northern ireland greedy necessity like a childhood assembly at the moment. and the trip to a distant relative or a three—hour work meeting on a friday
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third point is really directed at mps, following on from that rather afternoon. not anymore. summed it up controversial statement that the prime minister gave live on beautifully. you better tell the television on wednesday, in which score. 5—0. to england against the she blamed mps for the delay to brexit. she does not quite say sorry czech republic. czech republic are in this letter, but she says look, i ranked 44th in the world. it is more know you have got a difficultjob, andi know you have got a difficultjob, and i don't want to make yourjob the signs of england's playing beautiful game. last night some of any more difficult. thank you. the football was incredible. 20 meanwhile, one of the government's key plans to deal with the potential impact passes led to the opening goal. 24 of a no—deal brexit is being put in place this weekend. the m20 motorway leading to the port of dover goals for raheem sterling for his was closed overnight, contingency plans are being made in case long queues of lorries build up as they try to cross the channel. country, he is having an amazing season. country, he is having an amazing season. you don't want to get a new road layout will be carried away in the early stages of in place from monday. an investigation has finished into whether or not the qualifying tournament but president trump's campaign team england are looking very good. and colluded with russia signs that the young players, in the during the 2016 election. america's chief lawyer will now summarise the report, and decide how much to share past there has been a problem with politicians in congress, bringing the young players through as our north america correspondent from the under 21 is to the senior david willis explains. side, that seems to be less of an issue. that is the point you were making, i have no idea about we always get excited about
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the mueller report. qualifying rounds and it does not i'm going to florida... reflect but this is a bit of hope. he'd reached there, in fact, by the time the most highly that is the thing, it is the next anticipated report of his generation and the one after that presidency was delivered. coming through and gareth southgate the enigmatic mr mueller, has brought in a cultural change and who was once head of the fbi, you can see that in the players in has spent nearly two years looking the camp. the way the approached her into allegations of collusion between the trump campaign and the kremlin during and it is very different. the world the 2016 election. cup in russia is very different to the usjustice department says no england have not only performed but further indictments will be issued, prepared for different elements. we so is that because a sitting don't want to get overexcited about president cannot be indicted or is it because mr trump the england team but can they win the england team but can they win the world cup? i am not through my was telling the truth all along? neck out but i think england have a there was no collusion, there was no obstruction, better chance of winning something everybody knows it. with this crop of players that they have for a few generations. you will it is all a big hoax, be talking about that on football i call it the witch hunt. focus. yes and we will talk about the question now for the attorney general is how much the republic of ireland, mick of the mueller report mccarthy is back in the job. kevin to make public. all of it, say the democrats, and quickly. kolb and has been to see him this the president of the united states. week and has been talking to mick the mueller enquiry began just four months into donald trump's about how the new boss is the job. presidency and it has cast a shadow over it ever since, eight games, is that something in
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your mind you literally have to hit the ground running? it is like the but did it unearth evidence of wrongdoing on the part of the president himself? clu b we may be about to find out. the ground running? it is like the club bringing someone else, a manager in to manage the fa cup. david willis, bbc news. eight games and get to the final and western—backed forces in syria have declared a final get on with it, those are your military victory over the so—called players. just get the best out of islamic state group. them. do you think you can actually the syrian democratic forces get the side backfiring again at said they'd taken full control of the village all? i was never anyone who wanted of baghouz, and declared the "total elimination" to sit back, we want to put the of islamic state. press on them. that is howl to sit back, we want to put the press on them. that is how i would bbc news has learned see my team work, try and create that the family of mark duggan, chances and score some goals. we who was shot dead by a metropolitan will set up and be hard to beat. sit police officer, is suing the force for damages. an inquest jury found in and catch teams on the break and that he was lawfully killed. you have to have a certain type of the shooting in north london in august 2011, led to riots across england. player stop so plenty more from nick keith doyle reports. and kevin and we will talk about wales and northern ireland who had a the family of mark duggan have great start in the qualifying group. campaigned for the police to be held responsible for his death. they played belarus so if they can mr duggan, who was 29, get two wins out of two in the first was shot and killed by officers few games it will be an important who were trying to arrest him win from a northern ireland perspective, they are in a group in north london in august 2011. with germany and the netherlands. the top two go through. it gets the police said at the time they suspected he was in possession complicated, because even if you are
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of a firearm. not in the top two you can still get into a play—off place through your the killing lead to the worst riots position in the nation's league seen in britain for 30 years. group. which will give hope to for five nights, shops were looted and set on fire. scotland. you might guess, scotland five people died and hundreds were injured. finished top of their group, this is trouble spread to other cities, including manchester, liverpool and birmingham. where... didn't finished top of their group, this is where. .. didn't they lose finished top of their group, this is where... didn't they lose to kazakhstan? yes but because they the inquest into mark duggan‘s death finish top of their nation sleek heard that armed police had group they are guaranteed a play—off intercepted a minicab spotin he was travelling in, as part of an arrangement group they are guaranteed a play—off spot in qualification for the euros to collect a gun. so even if they lost all their he was shot when he got out of the cab. games, scotland would still be guaranteed a play—off to get to the the inquestjury concluded euros because in the nation's league he was not holding the gun when he was shot, but said the killing was lawful last year they finished top of their group. is a play off one match? a because police honestly believed he was, and he posed a threat. campaigners say the inquest left semifinal then a final so they can unanswered questions still get there even if they don't about the police operation. get through their group. they would mr duggan‘s family now wants have to play two matches? yes. i scotland yard to be held liable for his death and to pay compensation. apologise i have taken you down a rabbit warren. scotland play again scotland yard is defending the civil claim, against san marino so we will be but says it is looking at that side of things. we inappropriate to comment. keith doyle, bbc news. havejohn hartson a teenage boy has been stabbed looking at that side of things. we have john hartson in, looking at that side of things. we havejohn hartson in, and we also to death in west london.
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the victim, who officers say havejohn hartson in, and we also have a lovely piece with the they believe to be 17, counties. danny and nicky, they are was found after reports of a fight outside a block of a management team in lincoln, flats in isleworth. the metropolitan police has launched promoted last season currently top a murder investigation. of ligue one and six points clear at no arrests have been made so far. the top of league 2 so mark clement there's been an outbreak of cholera has been to see them this week. we in the mozambique city of beira, will be asking this question, who is which was hit by cyclone idai last week. the best overseas player in the history of the premier league? we hundreds of thousands of people have been displaced got our pundits to judge it on the or made homeless, and aid agencies premier league show and they came up say close to one—million with tna henri. but we have aguero children need help. 0ur deputy africa editor, anne soy and rinaldo and over a quarter of a million people have voted on the bbc joins us now with the latest. sport website. white backed the see ca nto na sport website. white backed the see cantona already? sport website. white backed the see ca ntona already? ca ntona sport website. white backed the see cantona already? cantona is in there. we will announce the public clearly, there is always a real risk of disease in these kinds of can there. we will announce the public ca n vote there. we will announce the public can vote on football focus. we will circumstances. give us the latest update that you can on how see at health of stephen warnock and conditions are. it is a really dire. john hartson. i once interviewed eric cantona for breakfast because he did that film. searching for the situation on the ground is looking really grim. people are eric, wasn't it? he wins the award still cut off by the floodwaters. for most enigmatic footballer the rescue efforts have been because he really is, i don't know proceeding very slowly because they if he has changed... you made me
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are using just a handful of helicopters, getting a few people at wait forfour and if he has changed... you made me wait for four and half hours for an a time when the weather permits, and interview once and he walked into a room with a massive apple and took apart from that, they also have an enormous bite. lets go to the baits that have been getting into flooded areas and getting people out to safety —— boats. there are thousands who are still not on dry other down, shall we? he is waiting patiently for us in london. the ground. they have very limited football writer. you were watching supplies of food, drinking water, last night, dan and i read your shelter kits. they are receiving quoted earlier saying that watching england in the past was like a those supplies now. the ship behind childhood trip to a distant relative ora me will be transporting 2000 tonnes childhood trip to a distant relative or a long hot meetings on a friday ofaid, afternoon. for you i got a sense me will be transporting 2000 tonnes of aid, donated by the local people here in the capital. however, the that with a lot of ink advance things have really changed. absolutely i think the world cup was distribution of these donations is going to be very challenging because a watershed moment, but i think some of the conditions there. the city of england fans have been waiting for a beira was completely destroyed. there are no roads, they have been feeling after the world cup and it isa washed away, there are no bridges, feeling after the world cup and it is a tribute for gareth southgate that he has avoided that, he has so washed away, there are no bridges, so the effort continues slowly. for continued the buzz with the nation's the moment, thank you. league campaign and victories over spain and croatia and taking it through to the qualifiers, purely i two cyclones are hurtling think by being prepared to give more
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towards the northern and western coasts of australia. and more young players a chance. cyclone trevor has made landfall in the northern territory, what do you think has been behind where thousands of homes have been evacuated. further west, cyclone the turnaround for raheem sterling? veronica has strengthened he has all that had the talent and to a category three storm. skill but in the past did not soldiers are being deployed on the streets of paris today convert that into goals. he was even to protect public buildings in case of demonstrations by the so—called booed at times by his own england "yellow—vest movement". fans. now he is adored. he has protests last saturday descended into violence and shops and businesses were looted. always been a confidence player, you needs an arm around the shoulder paris police have banned from the manager, i think he has the the protesters from a large area perfect club manager in guardiola in the west of the city, including the champs—elysees. and the perfect international manager in gareth southgate. he has golden eagles in scotland will be fitted taken on this role of role model, with new tracking technology after six of the birds disappeared in suspicious which raheem sterling only has a circumstances within a year. responsibility to be a good footballer but in the last six the tag, which is being trialled months has decided to speak out in the cairngorms national park, about what he perceives to be sends a distress signal if an eagle starts behaving unusually. scottish natural heritage says it mistreatment and he has no hopes the initiative will tackle wildlife crime. responsibility to do that. he has taken that upon himself and showed his maturity and i think we are as well as better understanding seeing that on the pitch. point my i was fascinated to read... dan was where eagles are spending time, it will also perhaps shed a little bit more light about what happens to them if there is any persecution incident. whilst golden eagles are doing
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really well in scotland, saying that the sound of the crowd we know they are still persecuted and that is something we hope this at wembley on england knights now is technology will help stamp out. you may remember back injanuary different. higher. a higher pitch. when here on breakfast tells what you think this shows us. we met three year old charlie, who needed life saving surgery for a rare brain tumour. you go to a premier league game at the football supporters federation after his parents were told calculate that the average age has he would need palliative care, the team at alder hey children's hospital in liverpool risen until now it is over 40. at performed a risky operation to try to remove his tumour. england it does not feel like that. two months later, after receiving there are initiatives to get kids proton beam therapy in germany and families involved. we have followed by further treatment wembley stadium with 90,000 seats to here in the uk, we can show fill in. there are far more young you the moment he rang the ward bell to signal he was clear from cancer. fans at england games that there are a premier league games and that is ring this bell three times well, why the importance of young players it's toll clearly say my treatment in this teams progress is so crucial is done, this course is run, to them because these are the next generation of football fans, these and i am on my way. are the people who will be inspired bell tolls. to follow england through world cups to follow england through world cups cheering and applause. to the european championship moving forward and there is a very different noise, and excited cheer when the teams are read out a good now that is how you ring a bell! a goals go in and you get the sense that people are there for fun and great moment for that family. it is sometimes a premier league can feel
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a very serious business but international football could be the antidote to that at the england team 8:10am. a week after the flooded could be the antidote to that. how mozambique port of beira was hit by cyclone idai, much has gareth southgate cases of cholera have been recorded, responsible for that? hugely, it and the red cross says malaria is also on the rise. helps that he came in with lower around a million children are thought to be in need of help. expectations and most managers we can talk now to sacha mayers from save the children, who's in mozambique. before him but he has taken it upon himself to create a squad of young thank you very much forjoining us confident young men who believe in this morning. tell us what you are themselves and the football they are playing and they have no gaps in witnessing where you are.” that belief any more. they certainly we re that belief any more. they certainly were there towards the end of major this morning. tell us what you are witnessing where you are. i have been going out with save the children and teens over the past few tournaments. he has also brought days, and the stories we are hearing three young players. even last night when it would be very easy to sit are absolutely heartbreaking. i with a team that got through the spoke with a mother a few days ago uefa nation's league games, jadon he said that in herfamily spoke with a mother a few days ago sancho and young players in that he said that in her family they lost three children. the floodwaters came squad now who are creating so three children. the floodwaters came so quickly into their home, and they competition for places like we had to clamber up a tree to escape haven't had for a while. we have to leave it there but it is the water. tragically, they were up fascinating, unbeaten in qualifying there for three days, and their children did not survive. they did matches since 2009 october. and it not have food or water. 0ther is on to montenegro on monday. there were mixed fortunes
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families have lost family members. for the british number we have children who have been ones at the miami 0pen. kyle edmund is orphaned, or separated from their through to the third round, after a straight sets win over ilya ivashka of belarus. pa rents. orphaned, or separated from their he'll play former wimbledon parents. the situation here is finalist milos raonic next. devastating. i know where you are, a but yohanna konta, at the top of your picture, is out. she got herself into a terrible rut, and lost 10 games in a row lot of the communities there have on her way to a straight sets defeat been cut off, as you have been explaining. what are you seeing in to, china's, wang qiang. terms of the aftermath, the physical northampton saints are up to fifth, in rugby union's premiership. infrastructure, what is left? a lot they beat leicester tigers 29—15, in the midlands of houses have been destroyed. the derby at welford road. tom collins, the star of the show. area where the cyclone hit is very poon area where the cyclone hit is very poor, and houses were often made out in the pro 14 edinburgh of brick or wood and straw, and they boosted their play off hopes, beating defending champions we re of brick or wood and straw, and they leinster 28—11. ross ford scoring here, were never going to be able to while cardiff also closed sustain the wind and the rain and in on the play offs with a big the floodwaters that have come through, so many houses have been win over scarlets. totally flattened. i was in an area the other day where you could see st helens are still unbeaten in the super league this season. the other day where you could see the had receded, but you can see how the leaders thrashed third high they had been on the trees placed castleford by 42 point to 12, because they were all coated with scoring eight tries in the process. that's seven matches unbeaten for saints. mud. they swept the houses from one elsewhere huddersfield beat hull kr side of the road all the way across, to move off the bottom of the table. a few metres across to the other side of the raid, so houses have
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a little bit of history been absolutely destroyed. health was made at the world figure skating championships in japan. clinics and hospitals are under water, roads have been submerged, this is kazakhstan's elizabet tursin baeva, bridges have been washed away and landing what's called a quad—ruple stop it is going to take a very long salco. time to rebuild these communities. it's the first time that particular when you think of so much move has ever been landed infrastructure damaged, one can only in the women's competiton, imagine how difficult it is to get and it helped her, win a silver medal. aid to those who really need it, perhaps those who are cut off. aid to those who really need it, perhaps those who are cut offm has been extremely difficult. save the children has had to think outside the square about how we can he gave up a university deliver aid as possible to children degree to play football computer games full time. and families who need it most. where iam it might sound like and families who need it most. where i am based at the moment, we are the stuff of dreams — and for owen venn its setting up a new operations hub with paid off handsomely. he 5 now a professional player 0xfam, and a health programme, care and this week will play for southampton in the very first premier league finals in london. in the world, and the aim is to try all clubs will be represented, and ive been to see and transport aid from here into one if this really is a sport. of the worst hit areas. around 90% of the worst hit areas. around 90% of the worst hit areas. around 90% of the city of beira has been destroyed, so it is really difficult to store aid supplies there at the
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moment. we're storing them and then it might not look like it at first in this west london park, but i am having kicking around with some premier league we're transferring across aid supplies like shelter kits with footballers, who can tour the world tents and blankets, and we will also potentially earning hundreds of thousands of pounds and who this week they will hoping to win tra nsfer tents and blankets, and we will also transfer food, so we can start to the league title for their teams, get these supplies into the communities that are still cut off not with their feet but taking due to the floodwaters. thank you centre stage, rather than centre circle, it's the fifa game players, hoping the fingers and mental agility will help them find the back of the net, very much for keeping us up—to—date in the first even premier league on what is happening where you are. final this week. good luck with the work that you are doing. 0wen quit his bournemouth university degree to become a professional here's louise with a look and will paly for southhampton this week. at this morning's weather. my dad was really supportive. the hardest thing was telling my mum that i had to move back in to live i thought we would have a look at at home and try to pursue what is happening in australia. we a career in fifa. are in peak cyclone season at the she was probably like, what? but the longer it has gone moment. there are two cyclones on, she has been fine and been really supportive. it is a common worry these days heading towards australia, quite for parents that their children unusual. trevor made landfall a a are spending too much time few hours ago across the gulf of on the xbox or playstation but the top fifa players also have to be physically fit carpentaria, the equivalent of a
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outside or in the gym category four storm once it made and many have special diets. landfall. gusts in excess of 160 healthy body equals a healthy mind. mph. that will push inland, it is very mentally straining, weakening all the time, but it will to be honest, a lot of focus. if you make a slight mistake it bring heavy rain. and it is could really hinder how the game veronica, expected to make landfall actually turns out. around the early hours of uk time, and i think something was coming into it, for me, through sunday morning. we are anyway, is my nutrition, my living. concerned about this one because as it definitely takes it does make landfall, it will a lot of dedication. become very slow moving. it will be probably say it takes the same a rain event, up to 500 millimetres dedication as as any sport. of rainfall from this storm across once the 20 clubs have picked their two players to compete in the inaugural premier low—lying areas, with strong tides league tournament, the finals weekend will take place as well, so there could be severe here, in this studio—come—cinema. flooding. we will keep an eye on that. back closer to home, things it will beamed all over the world area with expert presenters chewing each that. back closer to home, things are a little bit quieter, i am little move andplay. pleased to say. a little bit more in bricklayer chris still hopes to go fulltime, despite not making the bay of sunshine this weekend the burney team this year. than over the last few days, but it will be a little bit cooler and i grew up watching burney play in the chmapionship. fresher. most of the showers will be to the premeir league. it is a dream to play in the far north—west. the reason for the burnley fc. for this change in the emphasis in i never could make it as a football the story, this is the weather front in real life but to make it that has been sinking southwards, it as a fifa player would
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be something special. has been introducing cooler and the opportunities are growing. it is a big business with small fortunes clearer a re has been introducing cooler and clearer are from the north. south of with a small fortune up for grabs in some tournaments around the world the m4 corridor is the exception, and the crowds roaring where we will keep a fair amount of you on in the theatre or online and now it has premier league cloud, thick enough for the odd spot backing with the help of the former chief executive of of drizzle, particularly into the manchester city as well. south—west. hazy sunshine across who as a young man or a young lady south wales, the midlands and into would not want to play and represent east anglia, but drier and brighter their team. further north with a scattering of as the audience continues to grow, showers into the far north of because we are in the middle of a digital megatrend, scotland. here, after a very windy this is an extension of all of that start, those winds will ease, but and that is is why i want to commend the premier league stronger went into the far for taking this step. the skill and speed north—west. in terms of the field of of the game left me behind. apologies to brighton fans, things, not as warm as it has been. i warmed them up for next week's final with a 5—0 thrashing 9-13 things, not as warm as it has been. to 0wen's southampton. 9—13 hour afternoon high. the threat despite the heroics of some cloud setting out bags of of my keeper here. compared to the real premier league, it is rain remains overnight, a slice of clear skies allow temperatures to more of a level playing field. money can't buy you success in this fall away, but the wind is still a game, your team is only as good feature. more persistent rain by the is a person in control. end of the night pushing into the game's over. far north of scotland. those showers turning increasingly went away. the
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blue denotes where we will see a by by next weekend we will know who is touch of frost in places, so low the first premier league e champion. single figures for many first thing when will get points and take them on sunday morning. some sun tend to of the fifa rankings and then they compensate for that a little, and through the day, much of england and will be even higher ranked in top tournaments around the world. they wales will be dry, settled with decent spells of sunshine. more could win £350,000. persistent rain will gradually drift its way down through scotland, do they have managers? turning increasingly went to eat on managers of them? in the world they higher ground. that will move across create. i suppose they are the managers. it the borders and into the north of england by the end of the afternoon. isa i suppose they are the managers. it is a case of balance, isn't it? any for many of us it is a dry, settled pa rents is a case of balance, isn't it? any parents worried that their children are playing too much, as i pointed theme. winds from a north—westerly direction, say you will need a out in the piece you have to keep couple of extra layers. 9—13 the fit and well. strategy importer with that. we hive. it is a dry, settled theme into next week. the high pressure touched on gareth southgate will build and sit across the uk. strategy. 0ver isobars are fairly evenly spaced, so light winds for many. a dry, settled touched on gareth southgate strategy. over the years he has absorbed coaching tips and methods story. it might get a little bit from all walks of life from notjust warmer again for central areas. sport but other management types as well if you like and david mcdaid
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congenital heart disease is one of the most common types of birth defect, has been seeing how gareth has been trying to pass on some of these tips affecting 8 in every 1,000 babies born in the uk. now scientists in london have to other coaches. 0n developed a new method to improve diagnosis, and have successfully used their new technique on 85 pregnant women. trying to pass on some of these tips to other coaches. on a hurricane hit here's our health ireland a rescue team works to free people from a collapsed building. at least that is the scenario being correspondent james gallagher. played out by some of britain's best sports coaches including the england football manager. she fell! iwant to see my mum! it is part of a this is the view inside the womb and doctors are using images like this to inspect course run by uk sport, with the the foetal heart. violet vienna developed life—threatening abnormalities in the blood england boss attending alongside vessels around her heart some of britain's best 0lympic while she was still inside her mum. england boss attending alongside doctors spotted them some of britain's best olympic and paralympic coaches. within football early and planned how to save her life. you have the normalfootball she was put on medication as soon coaching qualifications but when you she was born and had heart surgery a week later. get to the end of that and when you go forfurther learning get to the end of that and when you she is doted on by everyone. go for further learning and development? you always have to be open to new ideas and new ways of she is just thriving and it's all thanks to these specialists working. so having a really and all this technology. intelligent people to share ideas has been a massive help. some of the like i said, it's honestly
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amazing what they do. it's lifesaving. learning methods have been different to say the least. there has been a this is how the technology works. if the routine pregnancy scan identifies a problem, then women are sent for a detailed hostage scenario, we worked with the mri scan and a series of pictures police, every course you have of the heart are taken but then comes learned something about how you and the really clever bit. manage a team so sophisticated computer learned something about how you and manage a team so even learned something about how you and manage a team so even though it is a bit left—field it really does make software pieces those sense. you have been doing this for images together, corrects them the past three years, spanning the for the rapid heartbeat and then world cup and the great moment we builds an unprecedented had there. how much of this 3d image of the heart. influence how you went about your look at this. business at the world cup? element the first year there has been a lot of getting to understand your own a model of the foetal heart made behaviours and your own responses to from this technology. pressure, so that was definitely very helpful going into has about eight in every 1,000 babies pressured an environment as you will in the uk is born with a congenital heart defect, and this research face as a coach. but could this is enabling doctors to look coach push england's footballers at them in incredible detail. and importantly, it's onto major success? that has been a improving care for babies. course that has helped me to it allows us to have beautiful 3d improve, and as coaches if we images of the abnormality so we can improve, and as coaches if we improve then in the end it should improve then in the end it should have complete certainty improve all the players and your athletes and that is how the system and plan ahead for what is will get better. really interesting the operation is we need to do. that really helps the parents,
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to have the right seeing how he thinks he can absorb support, to know what is going as much, as he was saying, different to happen, but also helps the babies because they get the right operation thing of what you take from a scenario being played out like that? at the right time and have the best it shows as well how committed he is outcomes. violet vienna was one of the first to learning all the time and to benefit from these 3d improving his own skills. scans, and the researchers hope the technology that helped her will soon become routine. absolutely. james gallagher, bbc news. here's louise with a look at this morning's weather. my my strategy this morning is to show you're watching you a lovely photograph of blue sky breakfast from bbc news. and sunshine and in scotland you are it is 8:20am. not worried about the gaels or the time now for a look sharp showers that are arriving a at the newspapers. little bit later on. so enjoy it phil hall, former newspaper editor and now pr advisor while it lasts, plenty of showers is here to tell us what's caught his eye. expected today and for many of us it we'llspeakto him in a minute, will be a cooler feel across the country. this weather front has been sinking its way steadily southwards and is producing a fair amount of cloud across central and southern areas for the moment. you can see we were talking about how we might be able to avoid talking about clearly on the satellite picture. brexit this morning. you have got a most of the cloud for can off the m4 corridor but further north we have brea ks corridor but further north we have breaks and that is where the rest of nice twist to it, which we will get the sunshine is so far and as we go
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to in nice twist to it, which we will get toina nice twist to it, which we will get through the day the cloud will to in a moment. first, let's look continue to sink its way south. with at the front pages. sunshine may be more hazy across as you can imagine, central and southern england with a most papers are leading on brexit this morning. scattering of showers likely into the guardian reveals it has seen a confidential cabinet office the far north of scotland. the win document, which sets out should ease a touch but still a the impact of a no deal brexit on government departments. noticeable breeze across scotland, very amusing picture there, eight 9-10d noticeable breeze across scotland, 9—10d on the far north with the highest values of around 13 in the theresa shaped hole. very amusing picture there, south. so fresher than it has been eight theresa shaped hole. according to the times, of late. 0vernight tonight we still theresa may is coming under pressure to resign. run the risk of a few showers across the far south and west from that they are quoting senior figures from inside number 10, dire weather front, clear skies who say discussions are underway elsewhere and we see more of a rash to establish the right time for her to stand down. of showers becoming more organised the i is reporting on similar lines, claiming than the far north—west of scotland. the prime minister is losing control the blue terms denoting where we are over her government with her party close to collapse. likely to see temperatures fall just while the daily telegraph says below freezing in places, it will be "indicative votes" will be offered to mps on a range of brexit a chilly start to our sunday options if, as is expected, her deal is defeated for a third morning. and as we go through the day on sunday more persistent showers will gradually drift their time in the commons. way out of scotland, down through the borders and into the north of england. now with any innovation there will be some snow as well, it
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phil has taken a quirky look at could be quite windy and it will not feel very pleasant here. for much of brexit. the male has a double page spread on what is going on, but this central and southern parts of england and wales it will not be too picture. this is the intervention we bad a day. maybe by the end of the day though showers will be pushing into north—west england as well. have all been waiting for. uri highest values 7—30d on sunday. not geller is a constituent of theresa may, and he is saying he is going to that much in the way of rain around us we go into next week, high put his psychic powers to the test pressure builds and stays with us. a and he is going to stop brexit good deal of dry weather in the altogether. i was talking behind the story and the isobars are well spaced apart which means lighter scenes earlier with your producer about this and we were laughing winds as well. a good chance of about this and we were laughing about it, and i suddenly remembered seeing some sunshine and after a chilly start to our week things that 20 years ago we had uri geller come and predict what the england particularly across central and match was going to be in a big southern parts of england and whilst look likely to warm up a touch, european championship. i said 16-61 in look likely to warm up a touch, 16—61 in terms of fahrenheit. ridiculous, we are going to look stupid, but we did it and he got it ido like 16—61 in terms of fahrenheit. i do like a widely spaced isobars. right. he predicted it in advance. he said when the second goal was going to go in. to the minute? no, in the past five years, 150 million pounds worth of gold jewellery has been stolen from asian not to the minute, but he got the families, that's according to bbc research. it s the first time that result right. to go public with the the extent of the thefts has been result right. to go public with the result i thought was stupid, but he
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got it right. well, who knows? the collated, but the actual figure could be even higher as sian lloyd front page of the times newspaper has been finding out. now, and this is such a serious story. and a good investigation by gold jewelry has long been prized by the times, i think, they have gone around the internets, they have many asian families, typically 24 found it very accessible, karat, but it has been targeted by criminals. this retired couple were semiautomatic shotguns, some of them victims of a violent robbery in are designed to look like ak—47, and their own home, both were beaten and they can be bought online from gun their own home, both were beaten and their house ransacked. at night when dealers around the country. they are talking about how shotguns are being we lock all the doors and windows converted into weapons that can be fired ten times without changing the and go to bed still i do not feel safe. these amelie snaps show the treasured items that were taken, magazine. all of this is very timely. jacinda ardern, the bangles and necklaces and rings. most of the jewellery is from my president of new zealand, has banned semiautomatic weapons. these are not parents, some of them from my husband. so i had sentimental value sporting shotguns, these are compact for that. i used to wear the rings have been sold under a sporting banner, but have been converted into automatic rifles. we like to think on both my ring fingers. but i don't that we are the vanguard of rules
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have anything to wear now. we asked around gun control, don't we? yes, breeze forces across the uk for and we boast about it. but this is a details of thefts of asian gold in marketplace that is hard to control. their areas to reveal the scale of their areas to reveal the scale of the problem. not all responded but easily accessible online. it saddens the problem. not all responded but the figures provided show some £150 me when you have a home office spokesman at the end saying they are million worth of stolen over five watching the review of the attack in yea rs. christchurch to see a further action should be taken. why can't be million worth of stolen over five years. sanjay million worth of stolen over five years. sa njay kumar specialises million worth of stolen over five years. sanjay kumar specialises in selling this type ofjewelry. find proactive and make a stand on this? out people talk about their grandparents and parents, you must this morning we are reporting the death of a 17—year—old man from a buy gold, it is an investment, it is stabbing in as in london. we have lucky, it is something that we as asians do so you must do it so people follow the traditions of the spoken a lot about knife crime on this programme, and one of the culture. we've met with community things we have taken a look at is groups from the neighbourhood is affected and we listen to their what there is, what support young concerns. in cheshire the police set people are being given in terms of up concerns. in cheshire the police set upa concerns. in cheshire the police set up a dedicated team after a series of burglaries there, it led to a particularly in deprived areas, or number of convictions but officers just where there are not enough say they face challenges because facilities. when we read something gold is easily disposed of. the like this that youth clubs are second hand outlets around asian shutting fast across london, people are going to be concerned. since jewellery, the question should be asked who is this person selling 2011, the number of youth clubs has
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fallen from 234 down to 130. a lot this gold? at the irony is it is often harder i think in this country of youth workers have lost their to sell scrap metal that is second jobs. this is shocking because these are the people who really know where theissues are the people who really know where the issues are, here the problem hand jewellery. mr saiyan suffered a heart attack during the robbery in people are. you have got to get to his home. the couple hope that by young people before they full to the wayside, and youth clubs are the sharing their story it will help ones that monitor them, understand others who may be vulnerable. let's them, relate to them. i went along to kits company, i know the ta ke others who may be vulnerable. let's take you through some of the front controversy, but when you looked at pages this morning. there is one the work, and the way the young people related to those people story dominating still on the front working there, it is a tragedy. this week, a lot of people have seen pages following the week's events. documentaries talking about this make gambling with a vote on customs problem. i have had one or two union. this is of course now the people who work in this field then possibility that there will be a forget the idea of a ping—pong table series of votes, indicative votes ina forget the idea of a ping—pong table in a whole, they do so much more, they call them as to what might be and they are so much more engaged. possible within the commons. it is yes, they are. it is psychology, it interesting to see from theresa may's letter to mps the suggestion possibly that now she will not have is having somebody you can talk to who is on a level with you, it is the third meaningful vote if she thinks she can't get it through. 0ne not your parents, it is not the old more to show you as well, the school who may be preaching to you,
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it is people who understand what is guardian, two stories on the front page relating to brexit. 0ne going on in the street. yes, guardian, two stories on the front page relating to brexit. one of this research by the royal london hospital revealed that children report on the trump election campaign and whether it was linked under 16 are most likely to be stabbed in the two hours after to russia. the secret plan four school, and that is the time when months of no deal chaos that is what youth clubs would be at their the guardian has an exclusive by nick hopkins, interesting picture. busiest. we have this antiquated this made me smile because as you view of youth clubs being like a said early it is the photographer is scout hut, but they are far more than that, far more sophisticated. trying to find something interesting to photograph and how many times have we seen these guys altogether? and cars, what is this scheme in it was missing? we have the space coventry? this is really happening, for theresa may. the time now is four minutes to nine. west midlands, later it will be paid £3000 to leave their car on the driveway. they will effectively the energy supplier e—on is telling new customers confiscate your car and give you that they can only sign up for cut price energy deals, if they agree £3000 on an app to use public to having a smart meter. suppliers have to meet transport. to me, £3000 does not a government target of fitting a smart meter in every home sound an awful lot if you are by the end of next year. travelling all over the country, but paul lewis from radio 4's moneybox has been looking presumably this is going to be at this latest development. what is going on? fundamentally why localised. the idea is to cut does the government want everyone to have smart metres? and wants us to pollution and encourage people to have smart metres? and wants us to use public transport. it will be have smart metres because it means that billing will be accurate and
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funded by public transport not estimated any more, it will encourage people they say to use companies. how would you know they less energy because you will see the cost of it are by our and it means didn't... they companies. how would you know they didn't. .. they are going to take the car away! it is hard to manage. they that the whole great will be smarter and can provide energy at the best are only going to do it with 100 price at the right time. they are people initially as an experiment. but how can you roll this around the desperate for people to have them by country because might you have massive car parks with everyone the end of next year and this is a leaving their cars for months on end. also, if it is related to move where aeon says if you have a best tariff you need to have a smart congestion, 100 people won't make an metre otherwise you will have to go at the standard tariff which is higher and is going up by 10% in impact. april. it is a lot of financial pressure on new customers. what is the downside? why wouldn't you do new film called the keypad, and i this? a lot of people don't want them and until very recently and perhaps even now, smart metres stops had never heard of him. he broke his you switching from one supplier to another because if you switched on neck during a match. he was a german the metre lost all its smart prisonerfor here in functionality and you may have to neck during a match. he was a german prisoner for here in the neck during a match. he was a german have another one fitted, so it is prisonerfor here in the uk neck during a match. he was a german prisoner for here in the uk and was recruited to manchester city. we are only very recently that they started enjoying good goalkeepers toys. fitting a new second—generation
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recruited to manchester city. we are enjoying good goalkeepers toyslj smart metre that let you switch. a love this, colin is from lot of people are still very northampton, he runs eight football teams in his area, he is still suspicious of them for various reasons and they don't want to have playing in goal. he will be 80 next what are called time of use tariffs where you pay more to cook breakfast year, and he says he has got arthritis, his fingers are tight, at breakfast time. so there is a lot but he still turns out. he has his of suspicion. the targets exist but are they likely to be met? son and grandson playing in the same absolutely or not, was talking to football team. judging by those someone yesterday who said they pictures, he is not skimping on his could not be met, the current rate of fitting is 400,000 metres per athleticism. he is fantastic. i turned up at a golf competition a month. they would need to fit one couple of years ago, and i was quarter million a month to meet the playing an 83—year—old man. i had a target of having one in every home by the end of 2020. it is bit of a sneaky laugh when he teed off, and he beat me! it is fantastic impossible, there aren't enough engineers and some people suggest there aren't enough metres so the to see people now of an older age target will have to be revised but playing sport. colin, with the meanwhile the energy suppliers are under pressure to get as many in as greatest respect to him, something possible so they are devising these ways to encourage people to do it tells me some know someone who is whether they want it or not. thank older, chrome that is what this is you. more with paul lewis and the appealing for, come forward.“ money box team later on radio four. 00:28:57,330 --> 2147483051:51:13,380 stay with us, 2147483051:51:13,380 --> 4294966103:13:29,430 headlines coming up. older, chrome that is what this is appealing for, come forward. if you area appealing for, come forward. if you are a forward, bearing in on him
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