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senior ministers insist hello. this is bbc news. they're backing theresa may i'm shaun ley. after reports of you're watching the bbc the headlines at six: news channel with shaun ley. senior conservatives are at chequers for a cabinet coup against her. rising mental health problems crunch talks on brexit, the prime minister following reports of a cabinet this is bbc news. is facing a battle in children has professionals asking coup to oust theresa may. the headlines at five: for control of brexit, themsleves what is the best way david lidington — who's as mps consider to treat them. alternatives to her deal. but what if treatment didn't in effect the deputy prime minister — has rejected claims he's senior conservatives involve adults at all? are at chequers, for crunch talks she's been holding crisis that's an approach being trialled being lined up to replace mrs may. on brexit, following talks at chequers, in bradford where children as ministers touted as possible are being trained to offer mental reports of a cabinet coup health support to their classmates. i have no wish to take over to oust theresa may. replacements defend her. ashleyjohn baptiste has from the prime minister david lidington — who's in effect who is doing a fantasticjob. visited to find out more. it is not the time to change the deputy prime minister — the captain of the ship. hi, what is your name and how are you doing? i think what we need to do i'm gemma. has rejected claims he's being lined is chart the right course. there is one thing working closely with the prime minister, i don't think that i have any wish up to replace mrs may. to take over from the pm, i i am all right but i have got it cures you completely of any a little of exam stress. lingering shred of ambition. i have no wish to take over think she is doing a fantasticjob. from the prime minister, students in bradford speaking a 54—year—old shop worker has been also on the programme... who is doing a fantasticjob. a special report from mozambique. about exam pressures. stabbed to death in north—west the new threat of there is one thing working closely sickness and disease i have to revise and revise london following a robbery with the prime minister, facing survivors of the cyclone. early this morning. because my mum and dad police say the till was stolen it cures you completely of any want me to do well. from the newsagent‘s in pinner. lingering shred of ambition. the main findings of special counsel robert mueller‘s a shop worker has been stabbed report into alleged collusion passengers tell of the chaos between the trump campaign to death in north—west on board a storm hit cruise liner, and russia during the 2016 us london following a robbery they are mental health campions presidential elections now safely back in port. and trained to help students with their mental well—being early this morning. the great escape through one and one chats. remembered 75 years on. are you proud? police say the till was stolen this reconstruction does give me a real sense of the claustrophobia yes, it makes us happy when we see from the newsagent‘s in pinner. and the effort that must have been somebody who may be does not always needed to haul those men 100 feel great and we have helped them. metres to the tunnel exit.
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when they grow up they start helping other people and that makes it better. what makes this pilot unique is that the main findings of young people are trained special counsel robert mueller‘s report into alleged collusion to support each other. between the trump campaign they can empathise with each other. and russia during the 2016 us and wales get their euro prededential elections — 2020 qualifying campaign are expected to be published off to a winning start. an adult would care but they not in the coming hours a cruise liner that ran have that lived experience. into trouble off the coast of norway has reached port, there are some things that have after hundreds of passengers changed from when i was at school with social media. were winched to safety. there is no downtime. primary schools are also been taking part. this year four‘s mental health board so every morning they get their name good afternoon. the prime minister is good afternoon. holding talks with senior members of the government have been conservative mps and members publicly expressing their loyalty and put it on the board of her government at chequers with the feeling they are feeling. to the prime minister, to discuss the brexit crisis, they can come to somebody and talk and denying claims that she could be as two ministers denied removed from office that they were part about their feelings. of a cabinet coup to oust her. when young people come by members of her cabinet. to speak to you what sort of advice do you give them? david lidington, who is in effect both david lidington theresa may's deputy, and michael gove have insisted you have to tell them they are continuing to back you should always feel good has said he is 100 % behind her, about yourself and you should keep and he's denied suggestions theresa may, ahead of a week trying your best. in which parliament could take also the faces stand out. that he could take her place. control of the brexit process. the prime minisister is meeting 0ur political correspondent senior colleagues this afternoon this pilot is one initiative to discuss the brexit crisis. but there are others in place alex forsyth reports. across the city aiming to get young it follows an admission that she may people to open up. not have enough support we are at a park in bradford to find
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to put her brexit deal before mps out a about another scheme for a third time. it was no day of rest for the prime that helps young people 0ur political correspondent with their mental health. minister with her brexit planning it is by a charity called emerge. nick eardley reports. her future plagued with uncertainty. it is a chance to de—stress and come what is theresa may are you prepared to resign to save and hang out with your friends. thinking this morning? i had a person in my life pass away perhaps just days left to save her brexit plan, furious last year so if anything happened your deal? it seems that now the speculation about her future. in school could not think. a nswer your deal? it seems that now the answer is no. instead key brexiteers you cannot get over are you prepared to resign we re answer is no. instead key brexiteers the trauma but it helped me to save your deal? were summoned to her country live and cope with it. no signs she intends to go just yet retreat. the prime minister it seems it helped me a lot with school life, but some have suggested that are still trying to win their i have got my gcses coming up, could be the solution. mrs may goes and someone else takes i can focus on that instead of other over in the short term to help support for her trouble deal. all end the logjam in parliament. the time took a swelling about things at home. some are tipping this man, whether she can keep herjob. her and with the range of pressures david liddington, as a caretaker. deputy today had to deny reports of on young people face in bradford it is important for them to know a short—term prime minister a plot to replace how which would to get britain through its there are safe spaces current brexit crisis. see him stepping, saying he had no where they can go to have a chat. but he says he has no plans. i do not thinki had any intention of doing it. see him stepping, saying he had no plans. i do not think i had any wish to ta ke plans. i do not think i had any wish to take over. i think the pm is you can take a look back i have no wish to take over from the prime minister doing a fantasticjob. 0ne who is doing a fantasticjob. to take over. i think the pm is doing a fantasticjob. one thing that working closely with the prime at the bbc‘s we are bradford week there is one thing working closely minister does is cure you of any with the prime minister, it cures you completely of any later today in a special programme lingering shred of ambition. lingering shred of ambition. at 12.30 on bbc one yorkshire in this volatile time the next few and later on the bbc iplayer.
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days are far from clear. minister does is cure you of any ministers are urging for calm. lingering shred of ambitionm minister does is cure you of any lingering shred of ambition. it is not the time to change the captain now it's time for a look of the ship. i think what we need to at the weather with chris. now is not time to change hello again. do is to chart the right course. the the captain of the ship, it's been a glorious day for much of england and wales we need to chart the right course prime minister has charted that with lots of sunshine, right course through a deal that but further north we have and the prime—minister has. seen some shower clouds. honours the referendum mandate. some you can see these on she has made sure we have a deal the satellite picture, moving into northern ireland, tory mps are calling for change. 0ne which honours the referendum mandate scotland and moving into northern england, north wales as well. and allows us to leave in a way that that's how we start off this evening said this is a constitutional crisis means we can strengthen our economy then, with a few showers around. particularly across north and take advantage of life and western areas and it's outside the european union. demanding new leadership. another the patchy cloud in the north this former tory leader said any simply, resign. with frustration on and west that will minister suggesting theresa may goes prevent much of a frost. the tory benches some mps could now should be sacked. whereas further east with clearer relu cta ntly the tory benches some mps could skies, it's here where we'll see but what about in a few weeks' time? reluctantly back the prime minister's brexit deal as long as temperatures falling away. this breaks into a second phase, assuming the withdrawal she does not lead the next stage of temperatures down to one or two agreement got through, by the end of the night negotiations. this former party if it did get through the second in edinburgh and newcastle. phase needs to be tackled leader said that was a possibility in the countryside, cold enough for some patches of frost. separately and differently. but warned ministers not to move so a chilly start to the day by somebody else? for many of us on monday. that is a possibility but it's not against theresa may now. around the high pressure in charge and we do something i am saying i recommend have this warm front moving right here and right now. country, in the conservative party in across northern areas. there are still huge decisions to be and outside the conservative party, what that means is after a chilly made here, it's not clear there will be real disgust at the start to the day with plenty whether the prime minister's deal of sunshine, the weather will tend will be put to mps again behaviour of some of our cabinet to cloud over from the north and they are set to vote and west and at the same time, ministers. they should be on alternative plans on wednesday. apologising and shut up. is such will have chilly winds coming down the brexit secretary says any the north sea affecting the east decision will not be binding coast of scotland and england,
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turbulence, something parliament keeping temperatures peg back should take control of the process. to around ten, for and warns if parliament backs example in norwich. further inland, we are looking at a strategy the government tomorrow mps will decide whether highs of 13 in london and cardiff. will not implement it they should get a vote on different could mean a general election. brexit plans. labour said if that ultimately at its logical conclusion the risk of a general election increases happened to the government must because you have a situation where parliament is instructing listen. if we are to do that, the the executive to do something prime minister then has to own the outcome, because otherwise we are going down a road she is using really to frustrate the process. the that is counter to what it was elected to do. the prime minister is currently brexit secretary said the viewer at her country retreat, she has invited some cabinet parliament would not be binding. colleagues and senior brexit supporters for talks. there could be an election. the risk her deal and perhaps her future hanging in the balance. well, i asked our political correspondent nick eardley exactly what the ministers would be talking about this afternoon. ofa there could be an election. the risk of a general election increases we do not know for sure but we can because she could potentially have a speculate on the big issue situation where parliament has because this is theresa may's loyal instructed the executive to do something counter to what it was cabinet ministers, you heard from elected to do. as the prime minister david liddington and michael gove, tries to chart a way through, her her chief whip and brexit secretary is there, on the other side, some brexit plan and future remain in the balance. brexiteers she is struggling to win with theresa may's brexit strategy under more scrutiny than ever, over, borisjohnson and the former what do local conservative party
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members around the country make of her performance? 0ur correspondent andy gill has brexit secretary dominic rab, iain been to the consituency of ribble valley in lancashire, duncan smith, jacob rees mogg, all where just over half of voters influential brexiteers who she hopes wanted to leave the eu in 2016, conservatives. that somehow she can get the prosperous town of clitheroe on board with her deal. i've got to say from where i am lies at the heart of the ribble sitting now, it looks like a tall order. valley, a constituency where the so far there has been very little sign that tory conservatives had at 13,000 majority brexiteers are ready at the last general election. at this cafe, the owner dated to to roll over, nor is remain. he thinks the prime minister the dup nor are labour mps in any should stay and finish the brexit great number and that is why job. i do not think it makes a great the government thinks it has little chance as things stand deal of difference at this stage of of winning a vote. given the cast list assembled the game. that would be my honest a nswer to the game. that would be my honest answer to that. i think she should at the country house for possible to probably stay. a different view from denouement of the brexit one customer. personally, perhaps process, is it possible to get a deal with jacob she should go. i think it needs to rees mogg's group, the influential get sorted sooner rather than later. group, european research group, i have not been following it too because effectively
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people are saying, much because it gets complicated. i theresa may should give a guaranteed timetable for her think she should go and things need departure and then they might be to move on so everyone knows what is able to bring themselves to vote for her deal. going on. among conservative voters so at least she can go and say we have spoken to on the streets in clitheroe, there is also a feeling she has delivered on her that mrs may should be able to stay on and finish the job.|j that mrs may should be able to stay on and finish the job. i think she should stay, i really do. she has promise, a brexit deal, not had an awfuljob to do. had it been on the 29th of march as she had kept saying, the original data but 12th of april, me, i would just have walked. only a couple of weeks later. some of these figures have been identifying so. she has stuck to her in numerous talks over the last few days, borisjohnson was in number ten on friday and i think he was in guns in trying to get things through earlier in the week as well, while others had tried to disrupt jacob rees mogg likewise has had talks with senior it. mrs may must say when she will conservatives in recent days. 90, it. mrs may must say when she will go, something, in orderto it. mrs may must say when she will go, something, in order to get a through parliament. there are some, not necessarily those in this group, but there are some making that exact 0ur political correspondent is with me in the studio. what we make of point you just made. the cabinet to claims? what is clear that if the pm was to announce her immediate or imminent
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departure, it might create more space for some is their level of frustration that to back the deal. exists in the conservative party. remember, this is the easy bit. some are openly talking about a the getting out. change of leader. 0thers some are openly talking about a change of leader. others say it is not the time because it will increase uncertainty stop what is it is the future, happening with brexit is unclear. we expect this week that mps will get a the free trade agreement chance to vote on various options, that will govern the future what kind of brexit deal they would like to the idea of needing with no relationship that will be harder. deal. philip hammond said the idea there has been some basic principles of another referendum should be for that set out but the bulk still considered although he would not has to be done. theresa may might promise personally support it. number 10 are to go, someone else could come in to get brexit over the line still hoping they can convince but it is far from guaranteed that brexiteers to fall in behind the even that dramatic prime minister's deal because it manoeuvre would work. in terms of timetables for the week might be the least worst of the ahead, we still know little except that there should be a statement tomorrow in the house of options available, the most commons? palatable. that is why we are seeing yeah, normally, the prime minister theresa may salmon the brexiteers to will come back on the chequers today. —— salmon. monday... and i suppose it is quite important because it gives us two extra possible dates for brexit? ten days after a deadly cyclone left a swathe of death and destruction through southern exactly and what we might get africa, there are warnings from mozambique about the growing
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threat of diseases such as malaria and cholera. cyclone idai also hit tomorrow is an amendable motion, zimbabwe and malawi, killing at least 700 people which means there would be a chance across the three countries. for mps to put down strategies for what we could do now 0ur africa editor, fergal keane, reports from nhamatanda, and that is where it is likely that the idea one of the worst affected of indicative votes will be parts of mozambique. this boy, aged six, voted on and if mps back that, it died march the 22nd 2019 will happen on wednesday, in the hospital of nhamatanda. which means that parliament will be given a series of different ideas, seven days after the cyclone, a softer brexit, a closer relationship, is slightly more distant relationship, disease taking lives. like the canada trade model, perhaps when we visited this ward, there were sick children sleeping a no—deal or another referendum together, all suffering or others that we aren't even discussing right now, from severe diarrhoea. which would allow mps to vote on each of them. and the problem is that it is not adults, too. guaranteed any of them would command a majority. in the room next door, we have a rough idea of where the roof is now what the week might look like, but how it ends up is far from clear. open to the elements,
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a shop worker has the mozambiquan staff work been stabbed to death in north—west london, in a robbery early this morning. police say the till was stolen from the newsagents — in pinner — relentlessly and a black vauxhall astra driven but, with inadequate medical supplies off at speed shortly afterwards. and aware that beyond these the victim hasn't been named. wards there is vast need. katy austin reports. you can cry. stop crying, get fed and get disappointed because you cannot help. you just can help the patient. their families are suffering. maybe this young boy can die. forensic investigators at work outside a newsagent‘s in pinner. rosa antonio is sick police say a man here, who has not with severe diarrhoea and her three—year—old daughter, azaria has died. been identified, was murdered this morning as he opened up the shop, her husband works nights, the victims of what detectives have and so she worries for the six—month—old baby left at home. called a violent robbery that escalated. the surrounding area was cordoned off. the response from but when we went to the family home, people who lived here is sadness and we found the baby being cared for. delphine answered a call for help disbelief. you like i am sad that it from rosa's husband. seems to be happening all the time, translation: the father actually. detectives say that the was my friend. so when i came here, i saw the situation. till was stolen and may have since it was night. been discarded and appealed for anyone who may have come across it i went inside the house and i found to get in touch, as well as anyone the baby was there and there was no—one to care. who saw a black vauxhall astra that when i saw her, i felt pity. sped away down cecil park after the
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attack. a murder probe is now under in the family's hour of need, way as police try to find out who rosa's husband ezequiel has found kindness. was behind the attack. no arrests have been made. this is the latest the neighbours are the ones incident in a spate of knife crime who are helping, he says. and my former partner. that police in london and across the she felt she had country are desperately trying to to come and help me. with the world around curb. a leading us democrat has warned so broken, ezequiel feels president trump not to block like a man at the edge of endurance. the release of any part of findings by the special counsel fergal keane, bbc news, nhamatanda. robert mueller — who's completed his investigation into alleged collusion between the trump campaign and russia. a man's been stabbed to death in pinner, in north—west london. jerrold nadler — the chairman of the us it's understood that he was opening house judiciary committee — up his newsagents shop early this said transparency was critical morning when he was attacked. and the white house should not hide behind executive privilege. richard lister is at congressional leaders are expecting to receive mr mueller‘s long—awaited findings later today. the scene for us. what have you learned, richard? you our correspondent chris buckler is in washington. can probably see the police cordon still in place across what is the chris, it is obviously still main road through penner. you might mourning where you are, but we are also be able to see the police told the attorney general and his deputy have spent time at the forensics tent outside the newsagent, where this man it is department ofjustice over the
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weekend reading the report. mr barr is suggesting he was planning to believed was opening up the shop very early this morning when he release it in some form so that the became a victim of a violent public get an idea of what mr robbery. they were alerted along mueller has found. the us attorney with the london ambulance service at six o'clock this morning but u nfortu nately six o'clock this morning but unfortunately paramedics were unable really —— attorney general left for to save the man who died less than the department ofjustice once again to try to put together this summary, an hour later. no details have been and all indications are at this released about the individual while stage that he wants to release the police try to reach out to his next of kin but they have released report today. we are expecting to details of the car they want to get the summary of the report coming in the next few hours. when i say trace. a black box alike strap was seen speeding along the road just the summary of the report, it will after the attack took place and it is thought it was parked nearby be what he describes as the principal conclusions, the main before the incident. —— vauxhall. they want to see the shop's tale findings of special counsel robert mueller. it won't be the full report, and that is why you are hearing democrats already pushing which may have been discarded after for this information, pushing to it was taken by the robbers. pinner find the full report rather than isa just the main conclusions. even it was taken by the robbers. pinner is a leafy suburb of london and people around here are shocked that though neither democrats nor the knife crime problems should have
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republicans, nor indeed the white extended this far. the mp, the house at this stage know what is inside the report, it has not policing minister, has tweeted that stopped the political battle he is greatly saddened by this starting, with republicans seizing on this piece of information that attack and says police have has come out already that robert increased their presence in the area while they conduct house—to—house mueller has recommended no further inquiries. thank you very much. indictments. they suggest it is a cruise ship which, perhaps an indication that donald suffered engine failure trump is my claim all along that in a storm off the coast of norway, has been helped into port. there was no collusion has been hundreds of passengers, backed up by this report, but most of whom were from the united states and britain, democrats want to see everything were airlifted to safety from the viking sky. thatis democrats want to see everything that is contained inside, everything around 20 people were robert mueller has found, partly taken to hospital. caroline davies reports. because they want to push their own caught in crashing waves off the coast of norway, when the viking sky suffered engine investigations inside congressional failure yesterday afternoon, committees, and they believe there the luxury liner began to roll. may be nuggets of information there that they can seize upon. their on board, parts of the ceiling fell on passengers, who dodged sliding tables, chairs and plants. scepticism is around the principle passengers have said that some that a sitting president cannot be of the ship's windows smashed and others filmed water rushing past their feet. indicted for a criminal charge. that some queued to be evacuated, is not the same is necessarily wearing orange life jackets. saying that there is no wrongdoing helicopters winched over but that there was no way to charge
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400 people to safety, including injured and elderly him even if he was. it's that where passengers, air lifted in strong winds. they think the potential gap in this george davies and his report might lie? believe it or not, wife were among them. one of the most frightening thatis moments i've had, because report might lie? believe it or not, that is really department ofjustice policy in the us, that a serving the waves were just... we just sort of lost it really. president cannot be indicted. we couldn't work out which way the ship was going. however, if you take a look at the it was going everywhere and the wind was terrible. fundamental principles of what it was freezing cold. back on land passengers began to robert mueller was looking at here, think about what they had witnessed. itjust hit me, the enormity, he was investigating whether or not and the potential disaster. there was interference by russia, we came so close. and specifically these claims of collusion between russia and the i thought this was it. trump campaign. if you take a look the water was going to at that key question, you could rush in and this is it. argue that it would notjust have to be the president who was essentially the ships operator viking cruises has said that 20 indicted, it would be those around people were injured. him. and although we have seen some have been taken to hospital. members of the trump inner circle the company said that arrangements being prosecuted and convicted of have been made to fly passengers home with some leaving today. offences, they haven't been about that key question of collusion. and nearly 900 people remained on board the liner, including chris 0'connor. that's why many republicans and many i am definitely keen inside the trump team are at this to stay on the boat.
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stage quite positive, because they the idea of actually being hoisted feel that no one else around donald up to a helicopter in those winds, i didn't like that idea at all. trump is being indicted on these offences. it is just not about the today the liner was able to restart three of its four engines and made its way to the nearest president. the president himself is port, pulling in this afternoon. waiting to find out, like everybody those on board were grateful else, what the main findings of the for calm waters and to report are. i will check, but he be back on dry land. caroline davies, bbc news. hasn't tweeted that much in the last couple of days. he has been unusually quiet. but he has said this morning, good morning, have a great day. make america great again. he has been in a good mood, and a special service has taken place in poland to commemorate the 75th considering the fury we have seen anniversary of the prison break from him over what he has called a which inspired the film, the great escape. witch hunt, that does suggest a bit 200 allied prisoners of war spent ofa months digging a network of tunnels to escape witch hunt, that does suggest a bit of a change in mood. finally, how the stalag luft iii prison camp. important is it to get the mueller 0ur correspondent robert hall was report out of the way before the at the service and sent this report. president contemplates whether or not whether he wants to run for a they had hoped to frustrate the war second term? i think the president effort with the largest ever mass has already indicated that he does escape but 50 of those who tunnelled wa nt to has already indicated that he does want to run for a second term. i think no matter what robert mueller out of captivity would never be reunited with friends and families. says, no matter what these findings the german gestapo, acting on orders are, there will continue to be a lot from hitler, murdered most of the 76
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of discussion about the reports, and discussion about what happened in 2016. if you listen to the people who had escaped. today, democratic contenders all trying to run against donald trump next year members of the raf police, he will in the presidential election, they launched a post—war hunt for the are already discussing issues of killers, took part in a tribute to what the president did or did not do them. the forest is steadily in the last election. i think this question of russia, these questions reclaiming stalag luft iii. this of collusion, will continue to hang story ensures in part through over all the election discussions that take place over the next year hollywood. working in secret teams president trump is well aware of that, but he also believes he can of prisoners had spent months use that. remember, that rallying tunnelling through the sandy soil call of a witchhunt has been mentioned time and again in rallies whilst others prepared civilian clothes and forged identity papers. that donald trump has held. he continues to say that he has been subject to an investigation that has thanks to the efforts of local polish volunteers, it is still been unfair, expensive. i don't possible to get a taste of what the think he's going to stop doing that real—life escapers went through. when we get to campaigning season. this reconstruction may not contain chris, in washington, thank you very the hazards of the great escape much. the headlines on bbc news: tunnel but it does give me a real sense of the claustrophobia and the
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senior conservatives are at chequers asset that must have been needed to for crunch talks on brexit, haul those men 100 metres to the following reports of a cabinet coup to oust theresa may. tunnel exit. you would get onto a asa—year—old shop worker has been trolley and be hauled up to the stabbed to death in north london after a robbery early this morning. other end. you know there are people police say the till was stolen from a newsagent‘s in pinner. going out, steadily, or not so steadily, according to what the a cruise liner that ran unions are doing on the outside of into trouble off the coast the wire. —— goons. the results of an investigation into unions are doing on the outside of the wire. -- goons. the last survivor died weeks ago. today collusion between the trump campaign and russia in the 2016 presidential britain and poland renewed their promise to honour the memory of all election is due to come out. wales those imprisoned here. have a winning start to their three home nations are involved in qualifying campaign. arsenal have 2020 qualifiers today. scotland are moved to the top of the women's super league table after a win over liverpool, beth mead scoring twice. winning and northern ireland play tonight. wales got their campaign
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and david warner scored 85 as he returned to the indian premier off with a win over slovakia. league, but his side lost their joe wilson reports. close your eyes and you could almost match by six wickets. we will have be back at the six nations. but, open them quick because the footballers of wales started this match at lightning pace. more details around 630 in the breakfrom brooks and even when slovakia's defenders got the ball, danjames was too strong, too good. first start for wales. sportsday. first goalfor wales. dan james. fifth minute of the game, the cruise ship that lost all power first goalfor wales in a storm off the coast for a 21—year—old. of norway has docked in molde. the kid got ryan giggs to his feet. hundreds of people had to be winched the manager could not to safety by helicopter. 200 british people were have done it better. among those on board — many of them elderly. there was danjames running down 20 people are being the wing, turning and tormenting and when the cross came out treated in hospital. the viking sky had of the shadows, harry wilson missed. more than 1300 people on board when the problems began. the remaining passengers are now 1—0 is never sure and slovakia put wales under increasing pressure beginining to disembark. during the closing stages but the ball stayed out, wales hung on. caroline davies reports. up and running in qualifying, and the autograph which mattered in cardiff, was eight letters long, dan james. falling parts of the joe wilson, bbc news. ceiling, sliding tables and chairs and plants.
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passengers struggled to catch the balance as the storm we're back with surges around the ship. the late news at ten. 00:18:03,973 --> 2147483051:45:46,701 now on bbc one, it's time 2147483051:45:46,701 --> 4294966103:13:29,430 for the news where you are. after the viking sky suffered engine failure yesterday afternoon the liner began to roll. water all over the ground. this is said to be footage inside the ship showing passengers filming water rushing past their feet. while others queue to be evacuated wearing orange life jackets. five helicopters were sent to winch those on board to safety, over 400 people taken to shore. among them george and his wife. one of the most frightening moments i've had because the waves, we could not quite work out where the ship was going. the wind was terrible and it was freezing cold. viking cruises have said 20 people were injured, some taken to hospital. the company said arrangements had been made to fly passengers home
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with some leaving today. meaning 900 people remain on board including chris. i am keen to stay on the boat, i worked out that as long as the boat was stable and under power we were safe. the idea of going, being hoisted up to a helicopter in those winds, i did not like that idea at all. as the storm begins to calm the liner has been able to restart three of its four engines and has begun itsjourney to the nearest port. the cruise shipjust the cruise ship just docked here. there were cheers from the ship. it was a there were cheers from the ship. it wasa drama, there were cheers from the ship. it was a drama, it was very dangerous. there were approximately 100 metres from running ashore in a really
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rough part of norway, which is no tory us. it —— notorious. you see the flags greeting the tourists. ruth and david mcintyre are from the us. washington state. yellow like the drama last night. it is an experience i think very few people go through and survive. we just realised today how close we came to an amazing catastrophe. and we think an amazing catastrophe. and we think a gold medal should be given to the captain of that ship. he saved our lives. i'm convinced of it. the crew was outstanding. and then we got off the ship to all the rescue people and met an army of loving people to ta ke and met an army of loving people to take care of us. you didn't mention you were rescued by helicopter in rough seas. yes, we were. we were
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wrapped up in the gear and lifted with the winch, rapidly, through a very small cable, up into the air, into the helicopter, where the man grabbed our son said, welcome aboard. you have to pay for that at disneyland. we had it for free! on board, things were thrown around? things were incredibly thrown around. it was a very violent storm, and it seemed to increase in intensity quickly. it was stormy, and then all of a sudden, in an hour, it wasjust and then all of a sudden, in an hour, it was just a ferocious storm, and things were flying. i don't know how to describe it enough, because glass was crashing, plants were all over the place, our furniture glass was crashing, plants were all overthe place, ourfurniture in our state room was throwing us against the wall. things were everywhere.
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inside that ship, it's a mess, but the crew was incredible. they were so the crew was incredible. they were so well trained. they helped us. everything was organised. people we re everything was organised. people were calm, they really were very calm. 24 hours ago, this ship was in real distress, it was very dangerous, and now it was towed here. people were uploading. what does it feel like? we were very excited to be on board. here we are, the ground is solid again. we are not moving. we might feel like we are. it was so don't like we were so happy to welcome the ship and all the people that could net though it might not get off, because it was so dark. we were very fortunate, we seemed to be on the first few helicopters. but people were shaken by it, but people remained calm. thank you very much. good travels,
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safe travels, back to the us, hopefully with less drama. we are very grateful to the people of norway. exceedingly grateful. the ship is in the harbour here in norway. it has gone very well. this was a very dangerous situation. one of the uk s leading transplant for handling organ donations is at breaking point. professor nizam mamode has told bbc five live investigates that he fears the system may not be able to cope when england moves to an opt out system for donations next year. adrian goldberg reports. the professor paints a bleak picture of a system under stress, with teams working extremely long hours and surgeons regularly working 36—hour shifts without a break. he says patients sometimes face delayed transplant operations
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because of the lack of availability of intensive care beds or operating theatres, and, in rare cases, this has led donated organs going to waste. there has been a huge success in transplanting patients so the number of transplants has increased by about 50% over the last 8—10 years. that has been fantastic for patients but what it has meant is that the workload has gone up, the pressures are getting increasingly difficult and, in fact, people often use phrases like "we are at breaking point", "this is not sustainable", "we can't continue". professor mamode fears that the nhs is struggling to deal with current demand and is concerned about the predicted increases in donations when the law changes next year. under the new system, consent will be presumed unless people have opted out. the department of health say they are investing an extra £34 billion a year into the nhs by 2023—24.
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and that there will be a 12—month transition period to prepare. they say the new system of consent will save hundreds of lives every year. adrian goldberg, bbc news. and you can hear more on this investigation on the bbc sounds app. a 19—year—old man's been charged with murdering a woman who was hit by a car at a caravan park near doncaster. the 52 year old died from multiple injuries at whitegates caravan park on friday. costica mihai will appear at doncaster magistrates tomorrow. the raf is to fly aid supplies to southern africa to help people affected by the cyclone that's caused flooding and devastation across parts of mozambique, zimbabwe and malawi. almost 2 million people are in need of assistance. at least 700 people are known to have died with many rural communities still to receive any help. the aid flights will provide basic shelters and water purification kits. a volcano in mexico has unleashed a powerful explosion,
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sending a column of ash 4000 feet into the air. the volcano — called popocatepetl — is 40 miles south of the capital mexico city, and at nearly 18—thousand feet is the country's second highest summit. its name — popocatepetl — is the aztec word for smoky mountain. over the past few weeks, the volcano has become more active, prompting the authorities to put a seven mile exclusion zone in place. it was the daring wartime prison break—out that inspired a hit hollywood film — and today marks the 75th anniversary of the great escape. the plan had been for around 200 prisoners of war to escape from the german camp through a network of tunnels, but although 76 escaped, most were recaptured with the majority of those caught being shot, on hitler's orders. its name — popocatepetl — is the aztec word just three made it home.
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robert hall is there at the site of the camp at zagan in western poland. 0n the edge of zagan forrest, british airmen prepare to make a dash forfreedom. they're echoing a story that unfolded here during a snowy night when 200 prisoners of war queued up for what they hoped would be the largest ever mass escape. a story brought to us by some of hollywood's biggest stars. working in the secret, teams of prisoners had spent months tunnelling through the sandy soil, whilst others prepared civilian clothes and forged identity papers. thanks to the efforts of local polish volunteers, it is still possible to get a taste of what the real—life escapers went through. this reconstruction may not contain the hazards of the great escape tunnel but it does give me a real
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sense of the claustrophobia and the effort that must have been needed to haul those men 100 metres, to the tunnel exit. when you get to the bottom of the shaft, you will be put on or get onto a trolley and you will be hauled up to the other. you also know that there are people going out. steadily or not so steadily, according to what the goons are doing on the other side of the wire. but the tunnel, codenamed "harry", hadn't reached the tree line. just 76 of the 200 got out, before the alarm was sounded. sunrise the next day brought a massive search. 73 men were eventually re—captured. 0n hitler's orders, 50 of them were murdered by the gestapo. nelson, churchill, cameron... and all these other names... these are the people
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who were taken away and murdered. they were taken away in groups of three or four and were executed by the side of a road. after the war, members of the raf police, whose successors willjoin today's commemorations, tracked down 38 of the killers. most of them were tried and sentenced to death. the man in charge at the time, he went through the old fashioned door—to—door inquiries. he chased down every lead, no matter how trivial and i think that dogged determination was the driving factor. nature is slowly reclaiming what is left of stalag luft 3, and the last escaper has left us, but their story is still being told, under the tall pines of zagan.
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great story, and there is a special cinema event around the country where you can catch up with the story of the great escape. now it's time for a look at the weather with chris. the weather is set to stay dry for most of us through the week ahead with spells of sunshine coming and going. it will turn milder as we get towards the end of the week. we could see temperatures of 18 degrees. a glorious start with plenty of sunshine tomorrow morning. the weather will turn cloudier and chilly. these northerly winds will cool things down. not quite as warm as it was on sunday, but feeling not
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bad in the sunshine out of the breeze. through monday night, we will keep the clear skies, so temperatures again falling away pretty sharply. it will be another cold night, cold enough for patches of frost to develop in the coldest areas. 0n of frost to develop in the coldest areas. on tuesday, we still have the areas. on tuesday, we still have the area of high pressure maintaining the dry weather for the uk. we area of high pressure maintaining the dry weatherfor the uk. we have this weak atlantic front brushing the far north of scotland, and that will bring thicker cloud, with the threat of a bit of rain at times for the western isles, highlands and the northern isles. there is a tendency for the weather to turn cloudy. fine and dry weather around on tuesday, temperatures of 13—14 celsius. mid week, we have high pressure, with weather fronts pestering the far
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north of scotland, bringing thicker cloud and a risk of rain at times. those temperatures are beginning to edge upa those temperatures are beginning to edge up a little bit across england and wales, with high temperatures of 15 celsius in whole and london. we have more of a feed coming in from the continent, and that will tend to increase the temperatures across england and wales. further north, for scotland and northern ireland, the winds are more influenced by the weather from the atlantic, so there will be little overall change in temperatures here. 13 for aberdeen and belfast, up to 17 degrees for south—east england through thursday afternoon. we end the week like this - high afternoon. we end the week like this — high pressure still in charge, yes, but showing signs of slipping away, allowing this cold front to move in off the atlantic. that front brings thicker cloud across scotland and northern ireland, with general outbreaks of rain here. as the front pushes south and east, it is likely to wea ke n pushes south and east, it is likely to weaken significantly, so probably not much rain left on it as it gets
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to northern england. in the south, in the sunshine, temperatures could rise further, highs of 18 celsius, cooler for scotland and northern ireland. into the weekend, cooler air pushing southward across the uk, so temperatures dropping a little, but there will be dry weather around and sunshine. enter the following week, the big question is whether this area of high pressure moves away. if it does, how quickly that process happens, if the high eventually leaves, we could look at low pressure into the week beyond, with a risk of rain and fairly brisk winds, but there is a lot of uncertainty.
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