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0ur our latest headlines live from hello, you're watching afternoon live. this is bbc news — i'm simon mccoy. our latest headlines. westminster. the prime minister today at 3pm: tells her cabinet she is still the prime minister hopeful of putting her withdrawal prepares to update mps on her next steps for brexit — agreement to a parliamentary vote the prime minister tells cabinet she'll make a statement for a third time, but the dup tell in the commons shortly. the european commission south, high switching 17. that's hello, you're watching her their opposition to the deal has she's still hopeful of putting her warns its increasingly likely the uk afternoon live — i'm simon mccoy. will leave the eu without a deal i'm this simon mccoy. today at 2pm: not changed. the european commission on april the 12th. deal to a parliamentary vote in the us — democrats warns it is increasingly likely the for a third time, but the dup say call for the full report after claims of a plot to oust her, uk will leave the eu without a deal they still won't back it. into whether there was collusion the prime minister tells her cabinet we need to make sure between the trump campaign on the 12th of april. in the united we leave the european union and russia to be published — she's still hopeful of putting her after a summary of the document deal to a parliamentary states democrats call for the full and we do so in an orderly fashion and i hope clears him. vote for a third time. as many people as possible report into whether there was recognise that means collusion between the trump campaign supporting the prime minister and we need to make sure and russia to be published after a making sure she gets her deal summary and russia to be published after a summary of the document clears him. we leave the european union through. and we do so in an the european commission # the sun ain't gonna shine 11 days after cyclone idai hit warns its increasingly likely the uk will leave the eu without a deal southern africa of the threat of on april the 12th. anymore. . . the enigmatic singer scott walker — orderly fashion and i hope in the us — democrats as many people as possible sickness and disease grows. 700 call for the full report one third of the walker brothers people are known to have died. into whether there was collusion who also went on to recognise that means supporting the prime minister and between the trump campaign achieve solo success — making sure she gets her deal and russia to be published, through. also coming up, scott walker, after a summary of the document the european commission the 60s pop star who became has died at the age of 76. warns its increasingly likely the uk an influential solo artist, clears him. will leave the eu without a deal and this is the route a british airways flight that took has died at the age of 76. a ba plane took to get on april the 12th. off from london left in the us — democrats from london to dusseldorf. passengers confused, call for the full report needless to say, it after it landed in edinburgh, rather into whether there was collusion didn't quite go to plan. than the german city of dusseldorf. between the trump campaign find out why later. and russia to be published, after a summary of the document coming up on afternoon live, clears him. 11 days after cyclone idai hit southern africa, all the sport with katherine downes. the threat of sickness and disease grows. 700 people are known to have died. time for the sport with cat downs. england take on montenegro in a euro
coming up on afternoon live just looking at the scenes in the all the sport with katherine downes. the england manager gareth southgate 2020 qualifier later. gareth house of commons, anna soubry is on says he has warned his side to southgate has told his players to herfeet house of commons, anna soubry is on her feet at the moment but we are good afternoon. we will be looking expect a hostile environment. i will awaiting to theresa may giving an expect a hostile atmosphere when have more at half past. thank you. ahead to england's euro 2020 they face montenegro. england are update on brexit. that will then be hoping to make it two wins from two followed by a debate on the next qualifier against montenegro later. gareth southgate has told his in their euro 2020 qualifying steps, and mps are expected to vote chris fawkes has all the weather. players to look for a hostile campaign. 0n in their euro 2020 qualifying campaign. on their last visit six ona steps, and mps are expected to vote on a series of alternatives to the yea rs campaign. on their last visit six years ago players were targeted with reception after what happened last missiles and southgate says his team it is set to get a little bit milder must be able to cope with the prime minister's brexit deal. a blow toward the end of the week and we will be looking towards the reasons occasion. to the prime minister earlier, she time. and all the weather. 0ur players always have to be why as we head towards a thursday. had a phone call to the leader of prepared for hostile environments, the dup, arlene foster, but arlene temperatures have rising a little foster said the party's position has whether they are playing in england not changed, and it will not be bit and we will tell you why that is orfor whether they are playing in england or for their due to happen. whether they are playing in england orfor their clubs or whether they are playing in england or for their clubs or travelling backing her deal. let's hearfrom around the world, so, yes, we always also coming up, scott walker — theresa may now. thank you, with the 60s pop star who became permission mr speaker, i would like an influential solo artist — to make a statement on last week's prepare the players for everything, also coming up, scott walker, has died at the age of 76. but most important is to prepare as one of the walker brothers, european council. before the council tactically for the game and make he featured on hits including no regrets i wrote to president tusk to seek the 60s pop star who became sure that our performance levels are formal approvalfor the an influential solo artist, and make it easy 0n yourself. has died at the age of 76. high. the united nations human i wrote to president tusk to seek formal approval for the legal assurances on the northern ireland as one of the walker brothers, backstop and alternative arrangements agreed in strasbourg on rights council have announced plans 11th of march. i reported your he featured on hits to restrict levels of testosterone in which female runners as statement, mr speaker, that made clear for a further meaningful vote including no regrets to ta ke hello everyone, this clear for a further meaningful vote to take place, the deal would have necessary. caster semenya is is afternoon live.
challenging the iaaf public bid to i'm simon mccoy. to take place, the deal would have to be fundamentally different, not different in terms of reading but and make it easy 0n yourself. force female athletes with naturally different in terms of reading but different in terms of reading but different in terms of substance. i high levels of testosterone to take explained that as a result some live in a noisy westminster. honourable and right honourable medication. members were seeking further changes under the rules, they would have to the withdrawal agreement and i hello everyone, this is afternoon live. to race against men or change theresa may is expected requested a short extension to the i'm simon mccoy. events if they refused. the un say the plans "contravene to give an update to the house of co article 50 process to the 30th of shortly on her next international human rights". steps for brexit. june. i regret having to do so, i theresa may has met cabinet with the masters starting this morning she met cabinet ministers to discuss her strategy, ministers this morning in less than three weeks, as mps threaten to seize control wa nted june. i regret having to do so, i wanted to deliver brexit on the 29th there's more british golfing of march but i am conscious of my to discuss her strategy on brexit success to report. paul casey became the of the parliamentary process. as mps threaten to seize control first player to retain the prime minister's withdrawal of the parliamentary process. the valspar championship agreement has already been rejected duties as prime minister to all after an incredible by the commons twice, parts of our united kingdom, and of final day in florida. and downing street says it will only the prime minister's withdrawal put it to a third vote the damage that union leaving agreement has already been rejected if it can be sure of winning. by the commons twice, without a deal could do when one and downing street says it will only mrs may's hopes of gaining dup pa rt put it to a third vote if it can support have also suffered without a deal could do when one part of it is without devolved a setback after a phone call government and unable therefore to be sure of winning it. prepare properly. the council with arlene foster failed to change and after a phone call between the unionist pa rty‘s theresa may and arlene foster , he led by one overnight opposition to the agreement. there has been no shift it comes as backbenchers work formally endorsed the legal but dropped shots early on, to table a series of amendments instrument relating to the in the dup‘s position. before winning it at the last hole. which would allow them withdrawal agreement and the joint but with time running he finished a shot clear short to agree a deal, to indicate a new way forward. statement supplementing the backbenchers are tabling a series ofjason kokrak and said 0ur political correspondent, political declaration. this should it was "mega" for his confidence. jonathan blake, reports. of amendments which would allow them the timing is fantastic, with the increase the confidence of the house to indicate a new way forward. should the prime minister resign that the backstop is unlikely ever this morning, the eu said the uk masters, they will be heading there to get a deal through? to be used and would only be ina masters, they will be heading there in a fortnight‘s time so he knows stern faces from some leaving without a deal now appeared they are in excellent form, he has ministers arriving at temporary if it is. but the council ‘increasingly likely‘. downing street this morning. 0ur political correspondent, had his ups and downs in a career 0thers managed a weary smile. that i think the longevity really the cabinet met first thing jonathan blake, reports. also reiterated once again its deserves an awful lot of admiration long—standing position that they should the prime minister resign to consider one big question, could be no reopening of the now. he goes to the masters feeling withdrawal agreement. so however the to get a deal through? after two heavy defeats he can be one of the contenders. he for the prime minister's brexit deal stern faces from some ministers arriving at downing street this morning. in parliament, and a third house decides to proceed this week has never won a major title but he eve ryo ne
is up to number 11 of the world looking likely, what now? house decides to proceed this week everyone should be absolutely clear that changing the withdrawal 0thers managed a weary smile. mr gove, good morning. agreement is simply not an option. the cabinet met first rankings, and yes, he is someone to he and others have denied any plot thing to consider one big look at as a potential masters to oust the prime minister, for now, turning to extending article 50, question, after two heavy defeats winner ina for the prime minister's brexit deal look at as a potential masters winner in a couple of weeks' time. the message is still, this has always required the unanimous agreement of the other 27 in parliament, and a third back her and back her deal. looking likely, what now? warrington'sjosh charnley has been member states. as i've made clear mr gove, good morning. selected in england's i think it's very important that 30—man performance squad, everyone recognises this before, it was never guaranteed that he and others have denied any for the first time since switching is an immensely serious week. the eu would agree to the extension back from rugby union last year. the winger has scored we need to make sure that we leave 32 tries in his 35 plot to oust the prime appearances for the wolves, the european union and we do all the terms we requested it, and since joining from sale sharks. so in an orderly fashion. teammate jack hughes is also i hope as many people as possible they did not. instead, the council back her and back her deal. in the squad along with 4 recognise that that means supporting agreed that if the house agrees the other warrington players. super league leders st helens also the prime minister and making sure that she gets her deal through. withdrawal agreement this week our i think it's very important that but mps are frustrated and some say departure will be extended until everyone recognises this is an have 6 players in the squad. theresa may's time is up. 11pm on 22nd of may, allowing time immensely serious week. we need to make sure a lot of us in the conservative for parliament to pass the that we leave the european world rugby‘s plans to revamp party are looking at cabinet withdrawal agreement bill which is union and we do so in the game by creating a world league legally necessary for the deal to be an orderly fashion. with despair and wondering i hope as many people as possible have been met with opposition recognise that that means since they were what happened to collective ratified. but if the house does not announced last month. supporting the prime minister and the new 12—team league, responsibility of making sure that she gets her deal scheduled for next year, cabinet government? and if they can't unite approve the withdrawal agreement this week our departure will only be has drawn criticism from england behind the prime minister, but mps are frustrated and some say captain 0wen farell — then they've got unite behind extended to 11pm on the 12th of but it might also affect theresa may's time is up. the smaller nations. one of them. april. at this point we would leave it could omit the pacific island this week the house a lot of us in the teams of samoa, fiji and tonga of commons is likely to vote with either no deal or we would conservative party on various alternatives are looking at cabinet with despair and a former tongan international indicate a way forward before this and wondering what happened to has told bbc sport that world rugby to the prime minister's deal. collective responsibility that may include a closer date for consideration by the of cabinet government? and if they can't unite behind are ‘out of touch' and the future relationship with the eu, european council. if this involved a of international rugby union the prime minister, then in the country is at risk. similar to norway, or a more distant they've got unite free trade agreement like canada's further extension it would certainly behind one of them. this week the house of commons or, leaving the eu without a deal. mean participation in the european is likely to vote on various parliamentary elections. the alternatives to the prime minister's deal.
crowd: may, may, theresa may council's conclusions were that may include a closer give us all a final say! subsequently turned into a legal relationship with the eu, similar to decision with which the uk agreed up to1 million marched in favour norway, or a more distant free trade it isa and which came into force last agreement like canada's or, leaving it is a death threat really if they of another referendum this weekend, friday. so while the government has go into this new competition without the eu without a deal. that could also be on the list crowd: may, may, theresa may today laid a statutory instrument of options, but so far it has lacked give us all a final say! promotion or relegation, without merit on who is involved, and teams which will be debated later this support in parliament and labour week to reflect this in our domestic up to1 million marched in favour are still a step away from backing of another referendum this weekend, a public vote. like america and japan, who use a that could also be on the list we set up a plan around a customs lot of our players, then basically union and a strong single market legislation, the date for our of options, but so far it has lacked departure from the eu has now deal, dynamic alignment on rights support in parliament changed in international law. and labour are still and labour you are cutting off the pipeline. weather has not passed the statutory and protections, which we think are still a step away instrument it would cause legal confusion and damaging uncertainty, from backing a public vote. 0ur you are cutting off the pipeline. our kids will have to go and play was with the closest to getting we set up a plan around a customs for other countries, period. consensus in the house of commons. but it would not have any effect on we would like to put union and a strong single the date, but it would not have any that again this week, the most lucrative deal but it may not succeed. market deal, dynamic alignment in sport has been signed — effect on the date of our exit. mr again, brexit has come down on rights and protections, which we and it's gone to baseball star to a tussle for control think was with the closest mike trout a two—time american speaker, i continue to believe that league most valuable player. between parliament and government. to getting consensus in the house of he's agreed a 12—year the right path forward is for the extension to his contract it seems ministers are likely united kingdom to leave the eu as with the los angeles angels, commons. worth a reported 324—million pounds to allow mps to hold that series soon as united kingdom to leave the eu as soon as possible with a deal, now on — that's about 27—million a year. of indicative votes rather the 22nd of may, but it is with we would like to put that again this he would have become a free agent than try to manage the process week, but it may not great regret i have had to conclude at the end of the 2020 season and influence the outcome. succeed. and there was talk of him joining that as things stand there is still again, brexit has come down but, if a consensus emerges, to a tussle for control between the philadelphia philliies, not sufficient support in the house parliament and government. who he supported growing up — it is unlikely to be a silver bullet to bring back the dealfor a third but he said he always wanted it seems ministers are that solves the brexit stalemate. meaningful vote. i continue to have to stay in la. likely to allow mps to the government is not keen hold that series of indicative votes on following the orders of mps. rather than try to manage the discussions with colleagues across process and influence the outcome. that is all the sport for now. we i made a pledge, as did the house to build support so that but, if a consensus emerges, all conservative mps,
we can bring the vote forward this it is unlikely to be a silver bullet to their voters at that we would are live in westminster. it is a leave the single market that solves the brexit stalemate. week and guarantee brexit. if we the government is not sunny day for the first time for and leave the customs union. keen on following we can't change that around, cannot, the government made a the orders of mps. months. everybody is out. the usual because other mps want us to do commitment that we would work across something different. the house to find a majority on a crowd of protesters good—natured, what is the plan, prime minister? i made a pledge, as did way forward. the amendment in the all conservative mps, to very loud today, as we've been is this the last throw of the dice? their voters at that we would leave it could well be. name of my right honourable friend the single market and leave the the prime minister appears to be the memberfor west name of my right honourable friend the member for west dorset seeks to customs union. hearing first—hand. all waiting for doing all she can to get provide for this process by taking we can't change that around. theresa may, she is due to make a the support for her deal, control of the order paper. i even now, but we are told no we can't change that around, statement on brexit later, that will decision has been taken continue to believe in doing so because other mps want us to do be followed by a debate on the next on whether it will be put would be an unwelcome precedent to something different. to another vote. what is the plan, prime minister? is this the last throw of the dice? steps. let's look at how things set, which would overturn the it could well be. the prime minister appears to be might play out over the next week. let's cross now to our chief political correspondent vicki young, who is in the central lobby balance of our democratic doing all she can to get the support at the houses of parliament for us. institutions. so the government will i have beenjoined for her deal, even now, by maddy thimont jack, oppose this amendment this evening, but we are told no a researcher from the the premise is due to speak quite decision has been taken institute of government. let's talk about the amendments, on but in order to fulfil our whether it will be which are increasingly important as soon, she is having a number of put to another vote. commitments to this house would seek with me now is our chief political we know more about the parliamentary meetings with her cabinet and with correspondent, vicki young. to provide government time in order procedure. how many, what do we jeremy corbyn today. that is right. for this process to proceed. it a cabinet meeting this morning seems think will happen? they have been would be for this house to put to have gone without too much... we are told that no one raised the seven amendments that have been forward options for consideration tabled and the speaker will select and to determine the procedure by there seems to be a pattern to this. how many he thinks is best to put to which they wish to do so, but i must issue of her own leadership, her own 0verexcitement on a friday and a vote. the key one everyone has position and whether she should confess that i am sceptical about saturday but then they come back resign to get the deal through. but been talking about today is the one such a process of indicative rates. together and have to get this it still seems that may be the only from oliver letwin, a conservative when we've tried this kind of thing sorted. we have been told the thing that will make a difference to mp, and it is the thrust of that some conservatives. she had a phone in the past, its produced
meeting cabinet was a determination contradictory outcomes or no outcome to leave with a deal as as soon as amendment is about trying to take call with arlene foster, the leader at all. there is a further risk when possible, so it doesn't seem that control of the parliamentary timetable to allow time to have of the dup, there seems to be no the plan is to carry on, maybe bring change there and they seem not to be that deal back for a third time if safe shifting their possession. we something akin to indicative votes it comes to brexit, as the uk is the speaker allows it. they have on alternative options for brexit.” still do not know if there is likely to bea only one half of the equation and will come to indicative boats in the the votes could lead to an outcome made it clear that won't happen moment but you mention the speaker, still do not know if there is likely to be a third attempt by the prime u nless minister to get her deal through thatis made it clear that won't happen unless they are confident it will go we still don't know whether he will the votes could lead to an outcome that is un—negotiable with the eu. sometime this week. on the issue of no government could give a blank through. that means a lot of allow theresa may to bring her conservatives changing their minds meaningful vote back for a third and the dup changing their minds. the so—called addictive votes, that time, he has orally said unless check to commit to an outcome there are no suggestions about this there is a change he is minded not downing street are pretty much without knowing what it is, so i accepting that that is going to get as yet. there was a phone call this to. that's right, so we don't know cannot commit the government to through. it was defeated by two delivering the outcome of any votes he will let another boat happen. held by this house, but i do commit votes last time, and they feel that morning. there was a phone call and what the government will be hoping thatis votes last time, and they feel that that is going to happen this time. there is a lot of speculation about we are told that nothing has changed there is a lot of speculation about the government doing their own the fact that now we know there is version they feel there is no point the minds of the dup. particularly to engaging constructively with this an extension to article 50 that the in that and that they will let mps uk will not be leaving the eu until do that. it could be the first stage this attempt by mps to really take process. there are many different control of what is going on with at least 12th of april, that might of mps taking proper control, be enough to allow the circumstances because these are so—called brexit. if that is to get through, indicative votes and they would views on the way forward, but i andi to be slightly different so that probably happen on wednesday when when mps vote on the deal again, if mps would be given a list of the brexit. if that is to get through, and i certainly feel —— and they wa nted views on the way forward, but i wanted to explain the options as i they do, this week, it will be a certainly feel that downing street various options to vote on to see if understand them. the default outcome feel that will go through. we could different question they will be there's anything they can agree on. continues to be to relieve with no voting on. let's talk about it could then be that the government deal, but this house has previously have a whole lot of different brexit indicative boats, what on earth are decides after that to put its deal they, how do they work, what do they scenarios and mps holding a vote on to the test again on thursday. 0nce, do? firstly there is not one clear expressed its opposition to that them. the government feel that mps path and may very well do so again way to hold indicative votes to be are going to do that anyway and maybe it looks like that parliament this week. the alternative is to
honest but the idea behind them is might as well let them get on that is coalescing around a softer to allow a way for different options and maybe that will focus on the minds of tory mps. if that happens brexit,. as you say there was a pursue a different form of brexit or a second referendum, but the bottom meeting between theresa may and line remains, if the house does not on how they might leave the eu, you jeremy corbyn, he is still not on wednesday, is a theresa may willing to back her deal. he still approve the withdrawal agreement could have a vote on whether to this week and is not prepared to working on the idea that on thursday rejects the idea of it coming back. countenance leaving without a deal, revoke article 50, to stay part of the single market. the concept is to he does not think there is any point we will have to seek a longer we will vote on my meaningful vote? on that happening. he also rejects extension. this would entail the uk have a series of motions that you the idea that theresa may put to him having to hold european elections, i think it's possible, it will vote on in turn, rather than of separating out the withdrawal depend on what voting system of the amendments, so you can sort of vote and it would mean we would not have on more than one option if you agreement and the political user. ijoked earlier chose, and the idea is to try to declaration. a lot of the things the been able to guarantee brexit. these depend on what voting system of the user. i joked earlier that depend on what voting system of the user. ijoked earlier that it was like a digital poll, where you vote find an option that might have a are now choices the house will have mps are talking about are about our majority in the house of commons. future relationship with the eu, not the opportunity to express its view for all the options all you have all would that be on a free vote basis? about the withdrawal agreement, on. mr speaker, this is the first of the options the way you... rather there has been a lot of speculation which we may still need that many of about that. the prime minister chance i've had to address the house since my remarks last wednesday hasn't said it would be on a free the circumstances, but the future than just having a series of votes relationship. many feel would be up evening. jeering. order, the house vote basis but if you are really for grabs under a new leader. just where everyone is just rejected. trying to find a majority in the that is perfectly possible as well. house of commons it would make sense it does depend on the way that they to allow mps to have a free vote so must calm itself, the prime minister do it on wednesday. it could be up that you might see options that reading this and it says that is addressing the house and must be to mps or it could be up to the theresa may and jeremy corbyn met heard, colleagues know from the for over a narrow and had a frank might geta that you might see options that re cord heard, colleagues know from the record that they have a full might get a majority. let's vote on exchange of views. i read that to me opportunity to question the prime speaker of the house of commons. the basis that might not get them to mps or it could be up to the speaker of the house of commonslj was speaker of the house of commons.” was just walking along the road and they had a? it's difficult to know, minister. i expressed my frustration anywhere, does that mean theresa may spoke to an mp, i will not name might say, you have got nowhere, because i haven't spoken to anyone with our collective failure to take let's have one more go at my vote.” who was there. we do know that they a decision, but i know that... them, who suggests that they put a
think that is one of the options of the timetabling of the week, in westminster who did not like it jeering. but i know that many indicative votes on a wednesday, not disagree fundamentally on the way forward. i spoke to one cabinet get a majority of anything else, minister who feels that the best members across this house are that might persuade some mps in her chance of theresa may deal going frustrated too, and we all have and could vote and then after the party or even the labour party to through is that when we get up to difficultjobs to do. people on all vote go to or a tour and do whatever actually vote in favour of the prime that next deadline of the 11th or sides of the debate hold passionate they have to do. there are many minister's deal when it comes back, 12th of april, that the prep expect views and i respect those and again that might be enough, if differences. i would also like to you have had indicative votes and thank those colleagues, all of those all other options have been downing street feel that could have —— the prospect of no deal may collea g u es rejected, it might allow the speaker thank those colleagues, all of those colleagues who have supported the deal so far, and those that have to say we are in a different happened last time. confronted with taken the time to meet with me to circumstance of having a vote on how persuade labour mps to get behind deal makes sense because mps don't the deal. theresa may because i was discuss their concerns. i hope we a delay to brexit, which we now wa nt deal makes sense because mps don't want anything else. lots of talk wa nted the deal. theresa may because i was wanted to do it by conservative can all agree we are now at the over the weekend, crews and plots at votes, but if she had to outline a moment of decision, and in doing so happen. that that would mean that departure date, that may persuade we must confront the reality of the they would move towards t theresa very high level against the prime ha rd we must confront the reality of the hard choices before us. unless this some people. what they do not want minister, none of which seems to is for her to be in charge of the may's deal. could they vote for it have come to fruition today —— next phase of negotiations, which house agrees to it, no deal will not coups. there is a sense that a many feel are far more important happen. no brexit must not happen. if she said, look i'm going to go? than the first stage, which took two i'm going to set a date for yea rs than the first stage, which took two years and have led us to this and a slow brexit, which extends general election might not be far article 50 be on the 22nd of may, departure and i'm not going to be away. stephen barclay said if you moment. if she has to put up with an involved in the in the next hold indicative votes it will lead forces the british people to take important phase about negotiating toa indicative vote from parliament, ie pa rt forces the british people to take part in european elections, and oui’ important phase about negotiating our future relationship? a hold indicative votes it will lead to a general election, so clearly there are members of the cabinet who are speculating more concerned that parliament takes control of this gives up control of any of our important phase about negotiating ourfuture relationship? a deal which they say is incredibly bad for that might be the next step. i think borders, laws, money ortrade, is process , parliament takes control of this process, she is in control of what? the country, some say they may be the prime minister is in a very odd not a brexit that will bring the willing to vote for it is theresa it is indicative, the vote it means british people together. i know that may is not involved. that is not all position in my view. before christmas, we had a confidence vote it is not binding in any way. in the deal i've put forward is a we are focusing on, there is also within her party on whether the
legal terms. how downing street feel compromise. it seeks to deliver on the vote later in the week which is conservative party said they did the referendum and retain trust in a change in the law to the departure have faith in her as a leader. in this is that they see it as the our democracy while also respecting january we also had a confidence former conservative cabinet minister the concerns of those who voted to date. it needs to be changed in is the first stage. unable to remain, but if this house can back domestic law as well. anyone who has vote in parliament, where the parliament voted to say they have it, we can be out of the european just walked in and switched on, what confidence in the government, so she union in less than two months, there is really struggling to get her main control what happens on wednesday is happening with brexit,?m and then dictate what is voted on will be no further extensions, no policy through parliament but at the and then dictate what is voted on and how it is voted on. they feel threat to brexit and no risk of a no moment she technically has the just walked in and switched on, what is happening with brexit,? it is deal. that i believe is the way to still happening, they are still confidence of her party and of talking about it, things may or may parliament, so it might be that if that after that, perhaps if an deliver the brexit the british people voted for and i commend this not be clear on wednesday! thank you parliament, so it might be that if opinion had formed around one statement to the house. thank you, parliament really are frustrated and particular brexit option, they could very much. such clarity! don't see a way forward, an option would be to table another confidence then prove they have the numbers and mr speaker, i would like to thank vote and get to a general election. the prime ministerfor let's get more on this from our then prove they have the numbers and then go the next age to get some mr speaker, i would like to thank the prime minister for an advanced copy of the statement and for the here we are on another monday morning not really knowing how the legislation through. that is a very meetings that we have had in recent europe correspondent gavin lee. week will pan out. that's completely big ask to have a group of days. mr speaker, the government's approach to brexit has now become a if there is one thing they're right. we might have a meaningful backbenchers do that., but it is vote, we might not, we are also national embarrassment. after two getting more and more concerned possible and i think that will be about, it is that a no deal is expecting potentially a vote on a what may be the government is going looking more and more likely? yes, statutory instrument needed to to say to those conservative mps who yea rs of change the exit day in eu law, that have not got behind theresa may's national embarrassment. after two years of failure, broken promises after broken promises, the prime is another brexit vote that should two words from the update from the deal so far. they will say it has minister finally accepted the be happening in parliament, and inevitable last week and voted to european commission, which is part tonight a vote on essentially a been taken out of our hands of their 15 months of advising couple of interesting amendments and completely, and the government and extend article 50 and went to we don't know how they will play governments and businesses all downing street are worried about the out. we don't know where we will be precedent that will take the leg brussels to negotiate. last week's around europe on what to do in the at the end of the week, we hope we summit represented another event of a brexit, the statement set. that they, the government are negotiating failure for the prime will be closer to a bit more not in control. a group of mps is minister. her proposals were clarity, but i don't think it's
right at the top is that there is an necessarily guaranteed. how many weeks have reset that? thank you rejected, and new terms were imposed increased likelihood that there will on her. we now have an extension bea trying to force a government to do increased likelihood that there will be a no—deal brexit. after a weekend very much. you are watching what it does not want to do. if we of mulling over, officials and afternoon live, plenty more from get into a no deal situation, we until mid april or may 22, and westminster throughout the afternoon could have a government are trying despite the clearly expressed will diplomats working over what the but let's take some other news now. to make parliament put through something it does not want to do. of this house, we will still face summit with theresa may meant, we are now 18 days away, if there is no israeli police say a rocket fired neither of those really work very the prospect of a disastrous no—deal from the gaza strip — well. thank you. brexit. this is even more which is controlled by the militant a cce pta nce are now 18 days away, if there is no acceptance of theresa may deal. an group hamas — has injured at least 0ur europe correspondent, seven people in central israel, gavin lee is following the latest remarkable, given that the minister indication has to be given from the including children. it is the furthest a rocket for us from brussels. he says the eu is shifting for the cabinet office told this uk, otherwise the 12th of april, in from gaza has reached its approach in light of what it inside the country for five years. very chamber, and i quote, seeking israel's prime minister, believes is an increased possibility such a short and critically one—off benjamin netanyahu, is cutting short a trip to the us, of a no—deal exit. extension would be, in his words, theory, the uk will leave the and has vowed to respond with force. european union. whilst it is not the 0ur correspondent, yolande knell, reports. this is the awful sound residents downright reckless. mr speaker, this to words today seem to have called most likely, the increased of central israel woke up to. attention from the latest update failure has been compounded by the likelihood they have said. they are from the european commission, which prime minister's attempts last week sirens warning of is that as part of their 15 months to pin the blame for this debacle on an incoming rocket. saying there is no clear consensus of advising governments and others. it was wholly inappropriate businesses all around europe of what on any constructive plan, yet families hurried to safe last wednesday for the prime rooms, locking the doors. minister to try to pit the people to do in the event of a no—deal against mps. mps elected here doing theresa may's deal, or a plan b. and this is the village brexit, the statement at the top of what are the european commission that was hit. the update today is that there is an have done today is put out there cut here, a couple and their little their duty to hold the government of children were wounded, increased likelihood that there will out and keep guide for all questions their pets killed. bea increased likelihood that there will be a no—deal brexit. after a week of their duty to hold the government of the day to account, that is what parliament exists for. and in a as rescue workers searched for eu and uk citizens for what to the ruins of the house, the israeli prime minister, mulling over and working out what who is visiting washington,
promised a tough response. do, for example, if you have a the eu summer —— eu summit with climate of heightened emotions, where mps on all sides have received mobile phone in the uk, what happens threats and intimidation, i hope the theresa may meant, we are now days to your roaming charges, to which the eu says they will, the old idea prime minister will further reflect and think again about making what i that we have had for a couple of translation: in a few hours, i will meet president trump, away... 0therwise believe to be such dangerous and yea rs and straight after, i will return irresponsible statements. every step that we have had for a couple of theresa may meant, we are now days away... otherwise at the 12th of years that roaming charges were to israel to direct their actions from close at hand. april, in theory, the uk leaves of gone, but they will be back, you the european union. in this advice, of the way along this process, the hamas, which controls gaza, makes longer range rockets and has government has refused to reach out, will pay more. you will have to face stocks to use against israel. the european union. in this advice, the sense is that whilst this is not refused to listen and refused to more questions in the queue and will although it doesn't often fire them. the sense is that whilst this is not the most likely, it is an increased find a consensus that can represent no longer stand in the eu 0, you the views of the whole country, not likelihood. talking this morning to but there has been an upsurge just the conservative party. large will have questions about who is one eu source has given me a sense backing away while you're there and in violence, especially here along that there is no clear consensus on parts of our country continue to be why you're there. you have to have the gaza boundary fence, any constructive plan. be it for ignored by this government. no coming up to the anniversary these stamps starting up again. of these protests. theresa may's deal or for a pets, an indication in this latest and hamas has also brutally cracked wonder so many people felt compelled any constructive plan. be it for theresa may's deal orfor a plan b. document of the types of checks and down on demonstrations what the eu have also done today, to march on the streets or sign petitions over the weekend. even the vaccinations are you will need. against the dire economic conditions the commission, have put out a cut quite a thorough document today, in the strip. out and keep guide to all questions after 15 months of work. part of most ardent of levers, even mr this is a sensitive time that they could think of for eu for israel in the run—up that sense of the increased to a closely fought election. speaker, the most ardent of leaders likelihood of a no deal is notjust it has been cautious citizens and uk citizens in europe in its reaction to recent attacks. for what to do. for example, if you think this government has failed. it for the other side, where you are in now there is pressure for a much stronger response. have a mobile phone in the uk, what is easy to understand the westminster, but is also for yolande knell, bbc news, jerusalem. happens to your roaming charges? the frustration at this chaos. it exists businesses to say, get your act in order, this is more likely than it in this house, in brussels, and eu says that the old idea that we across the country. the government was a few days ago. that the date of had four roaming charges being gone, has no plan. for them it is all
the 12th of april, we are getting a they will be back in place and we about putting conservative party the prime minister of will be paying more. we won't be before the country. given that the sense that there may be some wiggle new zealand has ordered an independent judicial inquiry room there? i don't sense that the into the christchurch mosque able to go into eu queues at attacks, in which fifty people were killed. airports and will have to face more prime minister admitted she does not wiggle room is there at the moment. have the numbers for her deal, will jacinda ardern said it was vital to understand just from conversations i have had whether the shootings might questions in the queue and who we she accept today that her deal is have been prevented. last week at the summit and on the inquiry will focus on whether the intelligence agencies are going, who you're staying with, and the police could have done more how much money have you got, who thursday and friday. the eu side dead, and that the house should not to monitor the threat of violence will be back on you while you're we re very thursday and friday. the eu side were very firm that this cannot be from far—right extremists. seen to be something where suddenly there? there will be a set number of have its time wasted giving the same a nswer have its time wasted giving the same answer for have its time wasted giving the same answerfor a third have its time wasted giving the same answer for a third time? the european union becomes a soft, visa free travel days,... also pets, have its time wasted giving the same answerfor a third time? but have its time wasted giving the same answer for a third time? but the easy to roll over mechanism. there police have launched a murder prime minister has succeeded in investigation after a shop worker unifying two sides against her deal, has to be something different to was stabbed to death in north west london yesterday morning. the types of checks and vaccinations it is believed the 54—year—old the cbi unifying two sides against her deal, the cb! and the tuc‘s unprecedented was killed as he opened that you will need. quite a thorough change... these are things a big significance on their side. a a newsagents in pinner, document today after 15 months of joint statement last week demanded a in what officers have described as a violent work. part of that sense, increase robbery which escalated. referendum declared in the uk, no arrests have been made. plan b, which protectsjobs, the biggest fraud trial in british history workers, industry and communities. has begun in london. the likelihood that there will be a election. there needs to be the american company, hewlett packard, is suing the former no deal, is notjust for has the prime minister got a plan b? head of the software firm, something considered, notjust westminster, but is also for moving it on. one diplomat said to autonomy, for almost the government has failed and let £4 billion. businesses to say, get your act in mea moving it on. one diplomat said to me a short while ago, it is where order, this is more likely than it the people down, whether they voted our technology correspondent, rory cellan—jones, was a few days ago. i'm getting a leave or whether they voted remain. is at the royal courts ofjustice brussels goes into the mode of the country cannot continue to listening carefully, watching and has the detail. afford a tory crisis. its time, mr sense there is a little bit of a carefully what is going on in westminster and they will respond as well, this all dates back to 2011 wriggle room there?” speaker, for parliament to take appropriate. i spoke to the spanish sense there is a little bit of a wriggle room there? i don't sense the wriggle room is there at the control, and that is why, later and one of the most disastrous prime minister on friday and asked moment. just phone conversations i today we will be backing the
him what he would do if he was ta keovers and one of the most disastrous takeovers in corporate history. back have had last week at the summit on amendment in the name of the right then, hewlett—packard brought honourable member for west dorset. theresa may. he thought about it for thursday and friday the eu side were you made it clear last week, mr a moment and he said he did not want britain's autonomy, a well—regarded very firm. they do not want to be speaker, that for the prime minister softwa re britain's autonomy, a well—regarded software com pa ny, britain's autonomy, a well—regarded software company, for something like to play that game. he said he was £7 billion. but a year later it to bring a deal back, there must be just glad he was not. you could have significant changes. there are none. wrote off nearly all of that money and accused the company of seen very firm. they do not want to be seen to be a soft, easy to rollover told me, simon, that is nonsense, rather than trying to engineer a way but thank you very much for that. accounting fraud. this morning it has begun outlining its case against mechanism. there has to be something to bring back the same twice different to change that and these a rejected deal, will the prime thing is a big significance on the minister instead allow rather than 0ur reality check correspondent mike lynch, the chief executive, the side, a referendum declared in the chris morris is here. former chief executive, and his chief financial officer. and in fight plans for indicative votes? remind us what the various options election. when it considers to court, those two have been accused are that we are going to be hearing she cannot both accept her deal does about throughout the week. of causing autonomy to engage in consider something and not just not have the numbers and stand in moving it on because the uk says it needs more time. one diplomat said the way of finding an alternative clearly the prime minister's plan a to mea needs more time. one diplomat said to me a short while ago, it is where that may have the numbers. it is false accounting, to basically is to get the deal through, it has mistake the compa ny‘s brussels goes into listening ridiculous to suggest that false accounting, to basically mistake the company's position, inflate its revenues and make it been heavily defeated twice already, look more valuable than it really parliament taking control is but we're not sure if there will be carefully, watching carefully what was. we've had some detail about one is going on in westminster and they overturning democratic institutions. a third meaningful vote in it is not, mr speaker, it is parliament week. if there is, it will respond as appropriate. a of the alleged practices, which was parliament doing its democraticjob couple of thoughts, i spoke to the of holding government to account. will be on the legally binding this software company, this pure spanish by minister on friday and withdrawal agreement, the way we softwa re this software company, this pure software com pa ny asked what he would do if he were this software company, this pure software company going out and buying computer hardware, and then so, mr speaker, will she separate with the eu and the broad theresa may now. he thought about it selling it at a loss at the end of of holding government to account. so, mr speaker, willshe agree of holding government to account. para meters separate with the eu and the broad parameters of the future for a moment and he said i do not so, mr speaker, will she agree to abide by the outcome of these relationship. if there is not not a each quarter, simply to inflate its indicative votes if they take place wa nt to for a moment and he said i do not want to play that game. he said he reve nu es was just on wednesday? 0n each quarter, simply to inflate its revenues and show that it was more want to play that game. he said he wasjust glad he is not stop
valuable than it really was. and indicative votes if they take place on wednesday? on behalf of the deal, then possibly... we now know 0ur reality check labour party, we will continue with correspondent, chris morris talked us through the options that the uk cross— party labour party, we will continue with cross—party discussions to find a this is alleged to have been a long way forward, and i thank those after last week's eu summit, it is now faces as it prepares for brexit. members who have met with colleagues pattern of fraud by mike lynch and the 12th of april. there are 20 clearly in the prime minister's plan of mine and myself to have these his colleagues. mike lynch has come discussions. i believe there is ais clearly in the prime minister's plan a is to get parliament to approve members of the european research out fighting, he has put out a the deal. we know it has been support in this house for a deal, based on an alternative that group who believe that no deal would statement this morning saying he be the best option to stop —— there welcomes the opportunity to respond heavily defeated twice already, we protects jobs, the economy through a are not entirely sure if there will bea in court, and accusing hp of washing are not entirely sure if there will be a third meaningful vote in customs union, and full single parliament this week. if there were market access and allows us to are tory members of the european to be, it is on the legally binding research group who believe that no the purchase of autonomy, destroying continue the benefit from deal would be the best option. we participation in vital agencies and the purchase of autonomy, destroying the company and seeking to blame agreement, and when we separate from security measures. if the government others. he says he won't be a the eu and the political declaration could be leading on bad terms and scapegoat for their failures. now which sets out the broad parameters refuses to accept this, we will support measures for a public vote making that trade agreement of the relationship. if there is not afterwards could be more difficult. time for the business news with a deal, we have to remember that the to stop a no deal or chaotic tory if we leave with no deal, we do need egon. default position is still living to do some deal in future. if there with no deal. and we just suggested deal. the government has had over here's your business two years to find a solution and has that the deadline has moved. it was headlines on afternoon live. failed. it is time, mr speaker, we is no deal, there is talk of a the end of this week, we now know majestic wine is revamping that after last week's eu summit it softer brexit, what does that mean? its business by closing some put an end to this and move on from of its 200 stores and rebranding is now the 12th of april. there are we are going to get into more detail them as naked wines. the chaos and failure and begin to on some of these issues as week one. clea n the chaos and failure and begin to clean up the mess. it's time for that's also the name tory members of the... backbench of its online division, especially when we have the which accounts for 45% of its sales. parliament to work together and the company plans to focus agree on a plan b. if she is brave, indicative votes. 0ne pallet on its online business. tories who believe that no deal is the prime minister would help the grocery watchdog says the co—op facilitate this. if not, parliament the best option. we want to leave possibility —— one possibility is failed to give enough with no deal and then go back to the
must send a clear message in the notice to suppliers when switching eu with a request for a free trade coming days. mr speaker, i hope to other suppliers — labours idea of a closer union with or changing the terms of their agreements. agreement. the problem with that is where the government has failed, but the regulator said the single market, we would have to that the co—op hadn't acted they will leave on bad terms and this house can and will succeed. maliciously and had already paid do our own trade deals around the compensation to suppliers who'd lost out. then negotiating an agreement world, but if you're in a customs becomes then a more difficult. if we do need with no deal, we do need to union that is obviously difficult. another option is being discussed a first class stamp negotiate some deal in future.“ 0n cue. 0nce with the labour leadership which is 0n cue. once again the right goes up to 70p today — there is no deal, there is talk of a honourable gentleman indicates we and a second class goes up to 61p. face the prospect of no deal. as i being put across by a cross—party that's the biggest softer brexit, what does that mean? increase since 2012. there's been a big fall group of mps. it is called common said earlier, the house has rejected in the number of us actually i think we're going to get into more market 2.0. probably trying to posting letters and cards. detail on some of these issues as twice now and could very well continue to reject it. the only way the week goes on. particularly if we remind us that we joined it have indicative votes. 0ne of actually putting that into market 2.0. probably trying to remind us that wejoined it in market 2.0. probably trying to possibility is a labour's exit practices to support a deal. he remind us that we joined it in 1973 and we could go back to a more basic talks about reaching out, i've boeing has invited policy, which is based around the reached out to party leaders across more than 200 pilots, relationship, make remaining in the technical leaders and regulators idea of seeing any customs union single market like norway, it is to an information session with the european union and a close this house, and other members of on wednesday as it looks to return relationship with the single market. the 737 max to the skies. also named norway plus. the prospect the planes were grounded 0ne relationship with the single market. one of the things that would mean, this house, and other members of this house, and other members of this house, my right honourable after an ethiopian airlines jet one of the red lines the government friend de chancellor of the duchy of lancaster and my right honourable has set out, is that we would have friend the secretary of state for is that you would need to have to be able to do our own trade axing the european union have had a number of meetings with members something that looked like a customs agreements around the world, if you're any customs union that is union, but they don't want to call across this house and party leaders. obviously difficult. another option ita union, but they don't want to call it a customs union. he customs being discussed with the labour the boss of the company says the the right honourable gentleman ended relationship that will solve the by saying it's time for the house to store prevention system was properly leadership, being put forward by a decide, but the point is that up problem, for example the irish cross— party leadership, being put forward by a cross—party group of mps, is common activated at the time of the crash. until now the house has not decided.
border. just looking at the crowds, samira hussain is at market 2.0, probably trying to the new york stock exchange. the house has had started at yet infine border. just looking at the crowds, in fine voice today! predominantly remind people that we joined the some era, what is the point of this common market in 1973 and maybe we again honourable members on the meeting, do we think? what boeing those supporting staying in the eu. can go back to a slightly more basic opposition benches say they haven't had a chance, the house has had many wa nts to economic relationship. that is based we saw the match at the weekend, we meeting, do we think? what boeing wants to do is to bring absolutely chances to put amendments down and eve ryo ne wants to do is to bring absolutely everyone together and to show them around the relationship of remaining have had a petition saying revoke has voted twice on the right in the single market like norway, article 50 now, with 4 million what they've been doing with the honourable gentleman's plans and but the other name for common market signatures on it. so thisjust planes, and how they operate. so rejected them. it has voted to 2.0 is normally placid. knowing plus they've invited 200 different people from all different parts of this rejected them. it has voted to reject no deal, to reject the second article 50 now, with 4 million and the common market are the same signatures on it. so this just shows how messy and difficult this all is. referendum. he asked whether i was investigation, so you have thing. —— norway plus. and we need going to, whether the government they're were an awful lot more regulators, airline pilots from all would commit to abide by the protesters here on saturday nine indicative votes. i did come as the 110w. protesters here on saturday nine different companies, or all now. the estimate there were 1 different companies, or all different airlines that are using million people on the streets these max jet planes, to bea calling for a referendum. that would different airlines that are using these maxjet planes, and different airlines that are using these max jet planes, and they want to bring everyone together, and to thing. —— norway plus. and we need to be a customs union close enough right honourable gentleman accepted, to be a customs union close enough give him an advance copy and notice do this one on one in person. that to solve the irish border issue. of my statement. i then read the just looking at the crowd here is, according to other people who have been invited to this have said this we have a shot of the demonstrators. statement, and it clearly said i put the question back to the people. is what they want to do. does it cannot commit the government to delivering the outcome of any votes the other way of doing that is inafiner we have a shot of the demonstrators. in a finer voice today. many of held by this house. honourable something that the uk can do meana is what they want to do. does it these are supporting sting in the mean a potential fix to the software member started out well, the shadow of these planes could be around the eu, and we saw the match at the foreign secretary shouts that's not unilaterally, which is revoke weekend and the position. —— many of article 50, where we do not need to good enough, but shejust corner? that is certainly the foreign secretary shouts that's not good enough, but she just thinks about this for a moment, first of get the agreement of the best of the feeling we are getting, but the fact eu. and we would stay in the eu. we are seeing that boeing has all, we don't know what the options invited all these people and wants these are supporting staying in the are going to be that will be tabled, nearly up to 5.5 million people now to brief them in person, it really eu. it underlines how messy and we don't know what will be selected.
gives people the sense that perhaps difficult this all is. there were an signed that petition. three years they are just right now ready to get but i think it's important that no one, no one would want to support an this fixed onto those planes. that awful lot more protesters here on ago 17.4 million people voted to saturday and there are now. there said, there is going to be a lot of option which contradicted the leave, a lot of people are saying. ma nifesto option which contradicted the manifesto on which they stood for issues, in terms of them actually election to this house. jeering. we re saturday and there are now. there were an estimated 1 million people on the streets asking for another summerson, hang on there are lots of getting them onto the plains and then getting those planes up and in referendum. it is proper no secret then getting those planes up and in the air, because now several levels that those on that march want to mickey mouse signing that petition, remain in the european union. the of regulators around the world are going to be looking at this very other way of doing that, in the uk the chancellor of the duchy of but there is definitely a movement lancaster will be opening the there. when you get a lot of debate, this afternoon, and will can do this unilaterally without refer to the processes that are signatures, you're going to get agreement from the rest of the eu is carefully, and the american regulators have said this is ok, involved in the house. but the right people questioning them, but it is to revoke article 50 and a stay in therefore regulators around the honourable gentleman said it was not all mickey mouse is. an awful world a re therefore regulators around the world are going to accept this. the eu on the same terms that it has lot of people are signing it. a there is a lot more scrutiny now now. he also mentioned the petition important that mps were elected, mps comparison was a petition put few... when it comes to american on any parliament website, up to 5.5 we re important that mps were elected, mps were elected to make decisions. to forward a few months ago, which got regulators, and according to what million people now. leaders say that ta ke boeing are saying. so it could still were elected to make decisions. to take responsibility and make decisions. mps elected here to this bea 500,000 signatures, which was to boeing are saying. so it could still be a long time before we actually house, at this time, have a duty to leave the eu with no deal. there are see those max jets back in the air. 17.4 million people voted to leave respect the result of the referendum samaria, what has all this done to checks and balances put on the three years ago —— leavers. that took place in 2016. attempts to the reputation of boeing, do we parliament website and you have to show your e—mail address and so think? it has certainly taken a hit. forth, it is a large number of stop that result, of that people, but we know there is a large 17.4 million people voted to leave three years ago -- leavers. many people are saying that marquinhos reputation of boeing has been referendum, being put into place or number of people on the other side impacted all of this, but also the signatures on that position —— to change the result of the as well. we are where we have been
referendum are not respecting the for three years now, a country and mickey mouse signatures on that reputation of american regulators voters and not respecting our the parliament divided. thank you. position let's petition. it is not democracy. finally, finally, the right honourable gentleman mentioned the fact that a number of people here and between regulators and the you're watching afternoon live, marched on the question of a second these are our headlines. only making a signatures, there are an awful lot of people signing it. after claims of a plot to oust her — companies and people employed in referendum. jeering indeed, the the prime minister tells her cabinet different levels of government. so there was a petition put forward a she's still hopeful of putting her yes, there is of course the few months ago to leave with a no deal to a parliamentary operational issues about these max vote for a third time, but the dup jets and the loss of life but there houseis is also some more fundamental deal, that got 500,000 signatures referendum. jeering indeed, the house is very agitated. but it's an early stage in the say their position has not changed. and this is ten times as many. some the european commission questions being asked with regards warns its increasingly likely the uk proceedings. calm. prime minister. the right will leave the eu without a deal to how things are structured here in may not be correct, but you have to the united states. thank you very on april the 12th. show your e—mail address and there honourable gentleman referred to the 11 days after cyclone idai fa ct honourable gentleman referred to the hit southern africa — are checks put in place on the fact that a march took place, it is the threat of sickness much indeed. and disease grows. parliament website. there are large the right honourable gentleman's 700 people are known to have died. numbers of people on each side. we policy, i notice his deputy went on and in sport, england players have have been where we are for the last the march, i thought he normally it looks as if the likes of netflix been told to expect a hostile and amazon could soon three years, a country divided jumped atany have a big new competitor. the march, i thought he normally jumped at any opportunity to march, anti—parliament divided. but on this occasion he wasn't bay. environment in montenegro later for apple is expected to announce its launching its own their euro 2020 qualifier. gareth tv streaming service. three years, a country divided anti-parliament divided. thank you. ican but on this occasion he wasn't bay. i can only assume he was involved, the company needs to find more ways of making money as sales but not present. southgate has called for discipline. the united nations human rights of the iphone slow down. let's cross over it's thought the service will feature shows council has announced plans to from the likes of hbo — restrict levels of testosterone leg as well as its own 0riginal content. to the house of commons now, sirjohn redwood. what would the dave lee is our north america testosterone levels in female you can see the defence secretary technology reporter. prime minister say to a lead voter setting extent. we are waiting for
who wants us to leave in march 29 theresa may to make a statement it is not a particularly well—kept and thinks that indicative votes are athletes as unnecessary and... i and thinks that indicative votes are secret that apple has been working around half past three. that will a waste of time because, as she will be back with more just after on this tv service, this tv and film says, the options on offer have been half past. service, and we are expecting it to followed by debate. that is the rejected once or twice in this be something of a mixture of new parliament? stuff that apple has created with my parliament? my right honourable friend is democratic party leaders some of those names you mention. we absolutely right, the options on in the united states have called latest in the comments, anderson is for the publication of the full offer have been rejected by this report into allegations that are hearing names like steven theresa may arrives, and takes to parliament. i have to point out that donald trump's campaign team conspired with russians to influence spielberg, jennifer aniston, jj for reasons that i explained in my the 2016 presidential election. abrams, highly acclaimed sci—fi the lectern, we will return there. statement in relation to the producer, but as well as that yesterday, officials released government's part of the united original stuff apple has been you're watching afternoon live. kingdom we have requested the a summary of robert mueller‘s working on we are also expecting it these are our headlines: the prime minister prepares extension to article 50 so the 29th to be something of a portal to other inquiry which said it found no of march is no longer there. i say evidence of collusion, but couldn't to update mps on her say whether he attempted services, so big channels like hbo to obstruct the investigation. next steps for brexit. toa of march is no longer there. i say mr trump has claimed the report to a lead voter we guarantee brexit, completely exonerates him, will be as we understand it she'll make a statement in the we guarantee leaving on the 22nd of as our washington correspondent, available on apple's tv service, so you will be able to subscribe commons at around half past three. may by supporting, as the conclusion democrats call for the full report through apple and access that into whether there was collusion chris buckler, reports. between the trump campaign suggests, by supporting the deal put and russia to be published, material for through apple and access that materialfor an through apple and access that after a summary of the forward. that's the way to guarantee material for an additional fee on document clears him. whatever apple happens to charge for a british airways flight that took off from london left brexit, anything else doesn't for almost two years robert mueller this service. passengers confused, guarantee brexit. after it landed in edinburgh, rather than the german city of dusseldorf. let's have a quick look at the scrutinised the actions of donald thank you, mr speaker, can i thank trump and his government. the markets. not great news for the ftse the prime ministerfor thank you, mr speaker, can i thank the prime minister for an advance special cancer was asked to 100, really struggling to make and in sport, england players have copy of his statement. we are in a investigate whether russia progress. been told to expect a hostile crisis, mr speaker. 0ne the uncertainty over brexit interfered in the 2016 election and copy of his statement. we are in a
is really making investors cautious. environment in montenegro later for crisis, mr speaker. one of the prime whether they conspired with the one of the biggest fallers has been minister's own making. her ill trump campaign. they said, while the oilfield supplies their euro 2020 qualifier. gareth judged speech before she departed southgate has called for discipline. for brussels concluded that everyone companyjohn wood group, the united nations human rights which has attracted negative they did try to influence the vote, comments from analysts. council has described the plans to is to blame but herself. trying to there was no evidence of collusion. put herself on the side of the restrict levels of testosterone in there was no collusion with the satellite company inmarsat is the focus of a lot of attention. that is people, and blaming russians, there was no obstruction parliamentarians, mr speaker, it was female banners as harmful, and and none whatsoever! it was a almost tramp like. we don't need unnecessary. . . . it from me, back to simon in com plete and none whatsoever! it was a complete and total exoneration. such a raw populism at a time like female banners as harmful, and unnecessary. ... is female banners as harmful, and unnecessary. is in switching westminster. egon, thank you very back from rugby union last year. i this. it is truly flabbergasted, will be back in the next hour. robert mueller‘s investigation did much. will she apologise for blaming lead to charges being brought attempts have been made to smuggle parliamentarians the way that she against some of trump's inner drugs and mobile phones into a prison in dorset, circle. it was not collected to the did. the prime minister needs to be by putting them inside dead rats. just to warn you — you may find the image we're reminded, she is supposed to be keyissue circle. it was not collected to the key issue of whether there was a brother blue sky in westminster. leading a country. none on these collusion with russia. after months about to show you upsetting. the items were sewn inside the bodies of three rats. they were found by officers of allegations and speculations, it at guys marsh prison benches think she can deliver. her earlier in the month, isa after they had been —— a rather blue sky. we are waiting backbenchers don't think she can of allegations and speculations, it is a very good news for this thrown over the fence. president and this white house. mr the prison service says on theresa may to address ministers deliver and people across the uk it is the first recorded instance in the has of comments. you are don't think she can deliver, prime muller has left one question of rats being used in this way. unanswered, and that is whether the scott walker — the sixties watching afternoon live, we will minister, your time is up. mr pop star who became bring you as much from westminster an influential solo artist — has died at the age of 76. speaker, today is about as one of the walker brothers, when she arrives. now to the united parliamentarians taking back president tried to obstructjustice. he had hits including control. people at home are it does not conclude that he did not "the sun ain't gonna shine anymore" watching, and they are ashamed of and "make it easy 0n yourself".
states. this parliament. ashamed of the commita 0ur correspondent, david sillito, democratic party leaders it does not conclude that he did not commit a crime or it does not in the united states have called government, and ashamed of the exonerate him. mr trump is wrong, for the publication of the full embarrassment that british politics looks back on his life. report into allegations that has become. parliament today must donald trump's campaign team conspired with russians to influence this does not amount to a total the 2016 presidential election. yesterday, officials released move to find a consensus, we must # emptiness is the a summary of robert mueller‘s inquiry which said it found no place you're in...# evidence of collusion, but couldn't come together, and protect the exoneration. however, for now, say whether he attempted to obstruct the investigation. interests of citizens across it was such an awful life. mr trump has claimed the report completely exonerates him, scotland, and all other parts of the as our washington correspondent, president trump is celebrating. he at first it was fantastic, for the first couple of albums or so. uk, members, we still have a choice. chris buckler, reports. but then it really wears you down. for almost two years, mr speaker, i want to ask the prime returned to the nation's capital # the sun ain't gonna shine any more robert mueller scrutinised minister, with all sincerity, where # the moon ain't gonna she respect the will of parliament, the actions of donald trump and his campaign to become president. with confidence rather than rage. he rise in the sky... # proud to be an american... and reject no deal? when the prime may have seen with confidence rather than rage. he may have seen one with confidence rather than rage. he may have seen one of the greatest the special counsel was asked minister is telling us, that her the life of scott walker is one to investigate whether russia threats —— he may have seen off one of pop's strangerjourneys. interfered in the 2016 election, votes don't count, that at the same of the greatest threats to his as part of the walker brothers and whether they conspired time privy councillors are being presidency. in the 60s, he was for a while up with the trump campaign. given greetings by her government, an raf plane has delivered aid, there with the beatles. including tents, water purifiers, and those briefings are talking and solar lanterns, to mozambique to help those affected while mr mueller says by cyclone idai. the russian government did about catastrophe, and the risk that the storm has caused devastation try to influence the vote, there are to the united kingdom and across south east africa, with more 40 years later, he was producing he says he's found no than 700 people confirmed dead. evidence of collusion. it's the prime minister that is something rather more challenging... there was no collusion with russia. there are now warnings threatening the people of the united of the growing threat from diseases such as malaria and cholera. the man chris sharp signed kingdom with a no deal. a no deal in 2005 had long since nomsa meseko reports from the port turned his back on pop. there was no obstruction, that this parliament has already the thing you have to and none whatsoever. city of beira in mozambique. rejected. mr speaker, what is the remember about scott, and it was a complete point of all of us sitting in this
as mozambique continues is that he was spectacularly famous. and total exoneration. chamber, and voting on debates, and to pick up the pieces. traitor! the prime minister thinks she can robert mueller‘s investigation did i mean, in the mid—605, lead to charges being ignore parliamentary sovereignty? after the most devastating brought against some tropical cyclone to hit he was inspiring devotion second what a disgrace! what an insult to the southern hemisphere. only to the beatles. of mr trump's inner circle. much—needed aid is finally arriving. he was chased around, people trying however, those prosecutions weren't to rip off his clothes, this place! if our votes don't photographed wherever he went. connected to the key issue the airport in beira he experienced full—throttle of whether there was collusion count, then we may as welljust go celebrity, and i think anybody who with russia, and after months is unusually busy. has been through that experience is marked by it. home. if this house... i'll tell you it is a very peculiar experience. of speculation and allegations international aid cargo here in washington, planes offloaded tonnes what the special counsel has found of medical supplies, # go ask the maid if shelter kits and food. she heard what i said is very good news for this president something, mr speaker, if this prime # tell her to change and this white house. this operation is no longer the sheets on the bed minister is telling the people of about rescuing people. # mathilde's come back to me... but mr mueller has left one scotla nd minister is telling the people of scotland are votes don't count, when it is now about getting aid to those question unanswered, we voted to remain, i know what the who need it the most. and that's whether the president by the mid—60s he had permanently a nswer we voted to remain, i know what the answer is and the day is coming. the left california for britain, and — it has been more than a week tried to obstructjustice. people of scotland will vote for since the devastating tiring of the pop treadmill — tropical cyclone hit, had left his bandmates mr mueller wrote that this for a new direction report does not conclude independence, and we will be an that the president and aid is finally ramping up. as a solo artist. committed a crime. independent country, in the european it is a race against time. as the years went by, he travelled further it also does union. when the prime minister tell and further away from his days many haven't eaten for days us, do our votes count? are they and are in desperate need as a teen heart—throb. by the end, that 60s pop star had binding on the government, or is of clean drinking water. not exonerate him. this just long since becomejust a memory. binding on the government, or is thisjust a part binding on the government, or is # the sun ain't gonna this just a part show? if that is there are fears of outbreaks the case, this is the greatest shine any more... of diseases such as malaria and cholera, but as yet, president trump is wrong. this does assault on democracy inflicted by not amount to a total exoneration. nothing has been confirmed. any prime minister, and if members of parliament are prepared to as far as i'm concerned, tolerate that, then shame on them. we have had no confirmed miller was clear that it does not cases of cholera to date,
and that is really exonerate the president. shame on them! mr speaker, scotland important to understand. scott walker who has i agree with the minister died at the age of 76. will not be dragged out of the that there will be cases however, for now, president european union by this prime of waterborne disease, now let's have a look at the trump is celebrating. he returned to the nation's capital minister, from the very beginning of and if we are on top of that, with relief, rather than rage. weather, chris fawkes has the america is the greatest place on we have the treatment centres set detail. this process scotland has been earth, the greatest place on earth. up, we will be able to manage that. and he may have seen off one ignored. and now we learn that of the greatest threats it is where we lose disease good morning, it has been a rather parliament will once again be surveillance through lack of access to his presidency of it. chilly start this morning but for chris buckler, bbc news, washington. that it will be really problematic. most of it it has been clear and ignored. mr speaker, at the weekend but the mozambican government believes it is only a matter of time. sunny most of it it has been clear and sunny so most of it it has been clear and sunny so far this morning. through a british airways flight headed i was proud and privileged to take this week, with higher pressure pa rt i was proud and privileged to take part ina we will have cholera, for sure. for dusseldorf in germany has landed in edinburgh by mistake, i was proud and privileged to take part in a historic march in london. dominating, it will remain mostly after the flight paperwork i was proud to stand with the i was explaining in portuguese was submitted incorrectly. that we will have cholera, settled. lots of dry weather in the we will have malaria. forecast with some sunshine as well. people, alongside scotlandmichael it is unavoidable in this situation. first minister and demand that the through this morning you can see we let's take a look at the flight government listen to the people. let so the government is opening have higher pressure squeezing and a cholera treatment centre already. across the uk. this week warm front me tell the prime minister this, she the scale of the devastation felt radar, which as you can see shows said no deal is the alternative, by people here has sent shock is bringing some cloud across north well, we on these benches will move, waves in many parts, and western scotland, a few spots of the flight clearly going, north, and there is no doubt it rain perhaps associated with that, a revoke, because the scottish parliamentarians have made sure that will be a while before up the spine of the uk, few showers across wales and we have that power. will stop the things go back to normal. south—west of england, those were mostly clear away and for most of us across no body of water, nomsa maseko, bbc news, beira. when it should have gone east prime minister dragging us off a it is dry, bright with that across the english channel. the passengers only realised cliff edge. 0ver1 million people sunshine, temperatures will get ten the error when the plane landed marched to have the chance to vote british holiday—makers and the "welcome to edinburgh" who were on a cruise ship to 13 degrees but with an onshore announcement was made. that was stranded in rough seas off 0ur transport correspondent, tom burridge has been again, and stop this chaos. why are the norwegian coast have been wind around eastern coasts of following the story for us. england perhaps a bit chilly here, you not listening? mr speaker, the describing their experience. eight or 9 degrees. through tonight, 200 britons were on board the mv the flight was supposed to take off pm must end this madness. put it to viking sky when it sent a mayday call on saturday. more cloud will start to spin in about 7:30am this morning, bound for the people, let's have a peoples
from the north—west, still some helicopters and ships dusseldorf in germany. take—off went were called in to rescue showers moving into western vote. the passengers and crew. scotland. the further south you are, as normal and then, in the air, caroline davies reports. these guys will be clearest for about 15 minutes before an may i say to the right honourable longest and that is where it could unexpectedly early landing, the crew gentleman, he was putting forward a turn quite chilly. they could be a number of proposals for the way touch of frost first thing on then announced that they would shortly be landing in edinburgh. forward in the speech, a speech he tuesday morning across southern relief on board a rescue helicopter. has just given areas. meanwhile further north then of course, the passengers forward in the speech, a speech he hasjust given in response beneath the blanket of cloud, started to talk amongst themselves forward in the speech, a speech he has just given in response to forward in the speech, a speech he hasjust given in response to my statement. he talked about scotland temperatures staying up at about and all of them expected to fly to passengers crammed in on their way back to dry land. this is what they five to seven celsius. during voting to be an independent country dusseldorf, even in the cabin crew we re back to dry land. this is what they were rescued from. when the mv tuesday, lovely start to the south with some sunshine, the cloud will we re dusseldorf, even in the cabin crew were slightly perplexed. they were in the european union, of course, what was perfectly clear in the tend to increase a little bit into viking sky suffered engine failure, expecting to go to dusseldorf too. independence referendum of 2014 when the afternoon, still, though, some they then landed at edinburgh, spent during a storm, it began to roll. bright and sunny spells across many a few hours on the tarmac, take into scotla nd independence referendum of 2014 when scotland rejected independence, and parts of england and wales, more decided to stay dotted at all, he inside passengers tried to dodge the cloud than today, still cloudy for following parts of the ceiling and some quasi—check, chert security says give it a rest. he stands up northern ireland and scotland. still furniture. luckily where we were, some outbreaks of rain in the west checks, immigration and then taken here, stands appear proclaiming the most of the furniture stayed still, of scotla nd some outbreaks of rain in the west of scotland but that will be quite back on the flight, eventually flown localised and patchy. maximum benefits of democracy, and yet tells but there were some large cabinets temperatures 11 to 14 degrees. this to dusseldorf and on the wrong way with model boats n and one of those me to give it a rest when i point is our area of high pressure as we into edinburgh, the pilot asked out that the people of scotland flipped over, just missed a couple voted to remain part of the united of passengers and smashed into go into wednesday, it is diverting these weather fronts way to the eve ryo ne into edinburgh, the pilot asked everyone to raise their hand and pieces. but there were injuries,. i north, so keeping things settled and asked them if they wanted to go to kingdom. and he talks about coming with that high—pressure the air dusseldorf still, all of them with their hands and eventually they got rotates around it in a clockwise there. the reason this has happened together, this house has a duty to have bruises all over, i have position, and that will bring in is not quite clear, we are told that some warmer airfrom the deliver brexit. that means, i position, and that will bring in stitches in my leg. but, hey, some
some warmer air from the south—west. this was operated on behalf of believe, delivering a brexit with a so throughout wednesday, plenty of british airways by a german company deal that enables that smooth and dry weather, a bit more in the way people are a lot worse off. over 400 called w d l aviation. they are a orderly exit. when he asks a of sunshine compared to tuesday, still a bit more in the way of cloud leasing company for private and question about whether his vote for scotland, northern ireland, but charter flights. the man counts, and votes in this house with that air coming up in the leasing company for private and people are a lot worse off. over 400 people were airlifted from the charterflights. the man at leasing company for private and south—west, temperatures will creep charter flights. the man at the ﬂight charter flights. the man at the flight and somehow the wrong count, of course, votes in this liner, including the injured and the information and paperwork for the house count. but so do the votes of elderly, winched up in a high cable up ﬂight information and paperwork for the flight was submitted. it is not in high winds. at least one person south—west, temperatures will creep up through wednesday, perhaps even 17.4 million people who voted to 16 celsius in the south—east, even clear why someone did not pick up on this earlier and how the airline did leave the european union. around the north—east of scotland was taken out on a stretcher when those temperatures 14 or 15 degrees. not realise the plane was going in the wrong direction. tom, presumably the vessel reached port last for the rest of the week we will at some point in the passengers keep those dry settled conditions, afternoon. some were angry at viking would have looked out and wondered thank you, mr speaker. the statutory there will be some sunny spells, what was going on? like you, instrument for extension of time was temperatures potentially by friday getting up to 17, maybe even 18 made one hour ago. there is grave cruises. 0ne tweeted that they ceo probably sat on a lot of planes and degrees in the south—east of concern that there was no lawful uk if you really, unless you're really england, so some proper springlike had not apologised for taking them weather on the way. goodbye. studying the ground beef now you you authority for the decision on march might not recognise the difference the 22nd to extend the exit date. into high winds. they said it was between the two main heading down towards germany and that heading up already known. many passengers spent did the prime minister seek the attorney general‘s advice towards germany and that heading up towards scotland, i guess. but beforehand, as clearly required by last night back on mv viking sky. 24 obviously once they realise, a lot the ministerial code the cabinet of perplexed faces and a lot of manual, and when she publish that hours on, in the auditorium where disruption for people arriving at they had waited in life jackets, the work and whatever else if you passengers are said thank you to the advice? why did she not invoke the crew, who many feel saved their relate. british airways have commencement orderfor advice? why did she not invoke the commencement order for section one apologised to customers and will get of the withdrawal act, repealing the in touch with every passenger european communities act of 1972?
lives. individually and they are talking with this leasing company, wdl a british airways flight aviation, to try to work out how headed for dusseldorf in germany has landed in edinburgh by mistake, this happened. prime minister? the right gentleman after the flight paperwork was submitted incorrectly. talks about the extension of article the passengers only realised the error when the plane landed 50. this house supported an and the "welcome to edinburgh" scott walker, the sixties extension of article 50, the council took a different decision in pop star who became relation to the length of time the an influential solo artist, extension could take place for. it announcement was made. has died at the age of 76. as one of the walker brothers, was clear from this house, people are saying listen to this house and he had hits including respect the house, the house was let us go to our transport clear that an extension article 50 the sun ain't gonna shine anymore correspondent. a laughing matter if and make it easy 0n yourself. should be sought. and that extension you are not one of those passengers, 0ur correspondent, david sillito, agreed. which was bound for dusseldorf. take looks back on his life. mr hilary benn. thank you, mr off and went as normal and in the speaker. the prime minister has told air, about 15 minutes before an the house that if her withdrawal agreement is not approved by this unexpectedly early landing, the crew for the first out a couple of albums announced they would shortly be friday, then the extension we have landing in edinburgh. then, of it was great. but then it wears you been granted will only last until the 12th of april. if the prime course at the passengers started to down. talk amongst themselves and all of minister currently does not intend them had been expecting to fly to singing to bring her dealer back for another dusseldorf, even any cabin crew vote, she will then be faced with slightly perplexed. they were expecting to grow to dusseldorf too. only two choices. either doing the life of a scott walker is a part nothing, in which case we will leave with no deal on the 12th of april.
they landed in edinburgh, spent some of one of the knives are strange 0r applying for a further extension. journeys. he was producing something time on the landing airport, went rather more challenging later on. given the crisis that is facing our country, the public have a right to through some checks and then were the man who was signed in 2005, had know which of those two options flown back to dusseldorf. apparently long since turned his back on pop. there prime minister in tends to the thing you have to remember free the pilot asked all the passengers choose. prime minister, could you please tell us? are two the pilot asked all the passengers a re two bays the pilot asked all the passengers are two bays on their hands if they wa nted are two bays on their hands if they wanted to go to dusseldorf still the right honourable gentleman is trade bill about is that he was when they were in edinburgh and all right that i said that as things stand i didn't believe they was of them raise their hands. spectacularly famous. he was eventually they got there. the devotion second only to the beatles. support for a meaningful vote but reason this has happened is not indicated i continue to talk to quite clear. what we are told is —— thing you have to remember about collea g u es indicated i continue to talk to colleagues across the house, and would hope to be able to bring back that it was being operated on on scott is that he was spectacularly a vote in this house that enables us behalf of a german —— on behalf of to guarantee brexit. the one way of famous anyone who goes through that guaranteeing brexit is to abide by experience is marked by it. british airways by a german company. the decision that was taken last week and ensure we leave on 22nd of they somehow ran the wrong information paperwork for the flight was omitted. it is not clear why may. someone was omitted. it is not clear why someone did not pick on that earlier singing prime minister, welcomed the and how the airline did not realise comments of the taoiseach over the that the plane was going in the weekend that he believes that there are special arrangements that could wrong direction. are presumably at he had left his bandmates for a new be put in place to maintain an some point the passengers would have looked out of the window and direction. as the years went by he invisible border on the island of wondered what was going on.” ireland in the event that the uk
looked out of the window and wondered what was going on. i don't travelled further and further away leaves without a deal? know about that, unless you are from his days as a teen heart—throb. we have, as my right honourable really studying the ground below by from his days as a teen heart—throb. by the end, that is 1960s pop star friend knows, she has been involved you, in minute detail, you might not had a long since become a memory. in discussions, been looking at recognise the difference between the alternative arrangements that could terrain heading down towards germany be put in place. further work is and that heading up towards required, but i draw her attention scott walker who has to, i believe, a release by the scotland, i guess. and that heading up towards scotland, iguess. but, and that heading up towards scotland, i guess. but, obviously once they realised, a lot of european commission today, in which died at the age of 76. they made clear that in all perplexed faces and a lot of disruption for people arriving at circumstances all eu laws would have we will be live in the commons in to be abided by. work and whatever else if you are the next five or ten minutes. late. british airways have time for a look at the weather with chris fawkes. mr vince cable. those of us who were apologised to customers and will see among the million on saturday, and i they are getting in touch with every regret that she and the leader of a lot of dry weather to come this the opposition were too busy to join week thanks to a loitering area of customer individually. they are us. cani liaising with the german company to the opposition were too busy to join work out how this happened. high pressure. some thicker cloud us. can i ask, does she agree with liaising with the german company to work out how this happenedm liaising with the german company to across the north and west. as we go the observation of our chancellor work out how this happened. it is not funny. thank you very much. through this evening and overnight, that such a referendum would be a it is that cloud across western perfectly coherent proposition? scotla nd it is that cloud across western scotland that will stop temperatures from falling too far, too fast. i think that every time he stands up time for a look at the weather ina i think that every time he stands up in a statement or speech, a debate clear skies further south, here's chris fawkes particularly across england and where i am opening here in the house wales it will be hla night. even in of commons he tends to ask me about the cities and towns it will be a cold one, pertain potentially down a second referendum. my view is that it is very simple, i wasn't not on
to zero. some frost and a chilly anyway, it is clear at the moment. the march because i was too busy, as he said, but he and i hold a start to the day on tuesday. a there is plenty of sunshine around. gloriously sunny one for most of us. there is plenty of sunshine around. the weather is turning a little bit different opinion. i do believe that i cross in the north—west we will milder around the next few days. it's important for this house, see some slightly thicker crowd 1716 degrees as we head through rather than talking about, and affecting northern scotland. and thursday. here is the extent of the across the far north of scotland wanting to pass the decision back to clear skies and sunshine. it is only particularly some rain. away from the british people again, to say to towards edinburgh that you get some the british people again, to say to the british people again, to say to the far north, it is dry, top the british people, we will abide by instruction you gave us in the cloud. some are light and passing temperatures reaching a high of referendum in 2016. the cost to the showers through edinburgh and around 13 or 14 degrees for cardiff scotland. it will stay this way for and london. that is your latest the rest of today. some of the temperatures around our nazi towns weather. british people of any deal that the and cities, but inland, 14 for prime minister has put forward is london, cardiff and plymouth. between 34 and 39 billion pounds. feeling pleasant. we are looking at what does any prime minister estimate is because a no deal? my overnight lows of around four to six right honourable friend has asked a celsius, something like that. across england and wales with those clear important question. we have skies in place, it is going to be published analysis which analyses cold. an odd nip of frost around. a the cost of a no deal. asi chilly start into tuesday, but the same area of high pressure stays
with us. you will have noticed this published analysis which analyses the cost of a no deal. as i say, there is economic analysis which shows at the impact of a no deal weather front, pestering the with us. you will have noticed this over the coming months. my own view weatherfront, pestering the north side of scotland. a little change, is that, over time, we would be able the rain mainly for the western isles,, the rain mainly for the western isles, , highlands and the rain mainly for the western isles,, highlands and for the it is merely dry picture. after that to... the minister said that she is chilly start there will be a little more cloud and it will be fine and dry most of us. temperatures prepared to provide for indicative reaching around 14 degrees. we see votes a nd prepared to provide for indicative votes and also to engage some further subtle changes as we constructively with the process. she head through wednesday. that weather has also appeared to again rule out front so bringing a little cloud and rain to the fat north of scotland. higher temperatures in aberdeen, a customs union, can i ask her, if a highs of 15 degrees and top customs union is supported as part temperatures are towards south—east england. there are signs that the weather is beginning to warm up. of some indicative votes, is she that rain continues towards the end willing out the government of the week. high pressure in southern england and those winds attempting to negotiate a customs union with the european union?” coming from the northern continent which will help boost the temperatures across england and have been asked in a number of wales. scotland and northern occasions about a customs union and i have made my views very clear. i ireland, yourair is
wales. scotland and northern ireland, your air is coming from of the atlantic so there will be little think there are a number of changer this weekend. temperatures proposals that have been suggested over time for alternative ways forward in relation to a deal. there around 12 celsius. highs in england area number of forward in relation to a deal. there are a number of questions that members need to ask themselves in relation to those issues. in talking of 17 around south—east england. at about a customs union, what are the the same time, on friday we will that the honourable lady would like same summer rain getting into scotla nd same summer rain getting into scotland and northern ireland. that to see abided by? with the be is your latest weather. abiding by state reels? with the free movement be continued to be abided by? istood free movement be continued to be abided by? i stood on a manifesto which made reference to a customs union. as a manifesto which made a reference to a customs union. i and the party opposite believed that we should be able to have an independent trade policy. it continues to be my view that we should be able to have an independent trade policy in the future. european commission today said that all preparations for a no deal had been completed and last
week ina deal had been completed and last week in a statement, the parliamentary undersecretary for the department to explain the european union has... it is a bit surprising that northern ireland is unable to prepare properly because it does not have a devolved government. what areas of activity present a problem and when will they be resolved? areas of activity present a problem and when will they be resolved ?m isa and when will they be resolved ?m is a northern ireland, the northern ireland civil service do not have the powers to take the necessary decisions in the circumstances which there is a no deal. in the circumstances that the uk left the european union with the no deal. it is important to address those issues, but that had not been done by the 29th of march. the question about the impact on northern ireland and where there was no devolved government, was an important one and i believe it is absolutely right that the government took the view that the government took the view that it was not appropriate to allow that it was not appropriate to allow that no deal to go ahead at a time
when the powers were not in place to ensure proper exercise of the decision making necessary any no—deal situation will stop decision making necessary any no-deal situation will stop on that last point, the prime minister. 0n that point the payment minister has known that the 29th of march was the target date, so why has appropriate measures not be made. why do we need another two weeks? what is going to happen that could not have happened up happen that could not have happened up to now? this is a fundamental lack of preparation and any government is entirely responsible for that, if that is the case. because this is a new argument, i have disabled, mr speaker, but this is an entirely new argument that we heard as to why we need an extension. can i ask, further to the question that the secretary of state for northern ireland race, someone with great experience who has served forfour with great experience who has served for four years with great experience who has served forfour years in northern ireland, that the other hand, has made clear
that the other hand, has made clear that in terms of a no deal he is very confident that there will be no border checks. michel barnier has said the same, angler merkel has said the same, angler merkel has said the same, angler merkel has said the same. —— angela merkel has said the same. —— angela merkel has said the same. she shakes her head, but that is what was said. this backstop, which one has been elevated, why is it that the eu insist on this when in the case of a new deal, it doesn't need to have any checks? and why is it that the prime minister ever agreed to this backstop in the first place? they thing that bedevils her agreement? cani thing that bedevils her agreement? can i say to the right honourable gentleman, that the issue of the position in government in northern ireland ina position in government in northern ireland in a no deal situation it is not the first time it was race day. it was raised my right honourable friend the defra secretary. two
border checks on northern ireland, a number of statements are made and have been made about individuals in relation to the situation and the border in northern ireland. what is clear, as if you look at the detail of what the european union have said, they have made clear that european union law would need to be adhered to under any circumstance which was a no deal. the original gentleman is aware that, we would ensure that were moving towards a temporary period, because of the legal situation it could only be a temporary period, of having checks with exceptions, but the legal position is a different one. in relation to the necessity to be able to have certain checks taking place. the european union has been cleared that european union law would need to be applied in all the circumstances. to carry on with that
point that has just been raised, is the prime minister suggesting that in orderfor northern ireland the prime minister suggesting that in order for northern ireland to the prime minister suggesting that in orderfor northern ireland to be ready to leave with no deal, there would need to be some form of direct decision—making by us in this house in the absence of a stormont government? yes, my honourable friend is absolutely right. if there is no stormont government, if powers are needed and ministerial direction is needed, which is not available to the civil servants currently, it would require some form of direct application of pirates here from westminster. -- direct application of powers here from westminster. we only had two weeks before the crash out without a deal, she has said she will not necessarily take notice of this house's indicative
vote process, she has also said that she will not continue as prime minister if we remain in the eu beyond jenny 30th. this seems to be pointing directly to a prime ministerial dash for now due. will she axial leg actually say that is not what she wants and tell us when she is going to abandon her deal rather than keep postponing the vote on it. i have always been clear that i want us to leave the european union. my preference is to leave the european union with a deal. i've also always been clear, and it is a very simple, logical fact, also always been clear, and it is a very simple, logicalfact, that it isn't possible simply to say that from honourable members that they don't want no deal. if we are going to leave the european union we are going to have to have a deal if we are not going to leave without a
deal. given that any deal that is on offer now is exactly the same as the deal that was on offer a week ago, why does the prime minister think that you, mr speaker, would allow it to be voted upon in the session? can i say to my honourable friend, that iam very i say to my honourable friend, that i am very clear the structures that the speaker gave when he made his statement last week and if we were to bring a further motion to this house, we would make sure that it met with the requirements the speaker had made. mr speaker, sometimes it is hard to believe what one hears in this house these days. we have it written down in black and white here that the prime minister said this afternoon that she cannot commit to delivering the outcome of any commit to delivering the outcome of a ny votes commit to delivering the outcome of any votes held by this house. does
she realise this makes a mockery of parliamentary democracy and will she reconsider and commit to holding a binding vote to avoid a no—deal brexit? it is a very simple position, and indicative vote is exactly that. members of this house cannot expect the governmentjust exactly that. members of this house cannot expect the government just to give a blank check to every vote that came through. for example, the snp position is that they would like to see this house voting to revoke article 50. this government's position is that we should deliver on the referendum result that took place in 2016 and deliver brexit. prime minister, you have told us on the dispatch box on 108 separate occasions that we would leave the european union on the 29th of march. you have told the house that it is now the 12th of april. but you have
not changed your mind about rolling out a second referendum. unlike your chancellor, who yesterday effectively opened the door to it. have you said anything to the chancellor about this? or has collective responsibility on your watch completely collapsed ?” collective responsibility on your watch completely collapsed? i think the chancellor of the exchequer made the chancellor of the exchequer made the point that this was one of the propositions. it is indeed one of the propositions that has been put forward. it has been referencing questions and by members across this house. i assure my honourable friend that i have not changed my view about it. i believe we should deliver on the result of the first referendum. thank you, mr speaker.
the prime minister speaks of the frustration felt by mps. does she accept that that is born out of her intransigence, which is the greatest barrier to getting a deal? following up barrier to getting a deal? following up from the question from my right honourable friend the honourable memberfor leeds honourable friend the honourable member for leeds central, if you do not get that through by a spider, on the 12th of april we will have to decide whether we want a longer extension or whether we want to crash out without a deal? is pregnant has voted twice already not to crash out without a deal —— as a parliament has voted twice already not cash out without a deal will you promise to abide by the votes of parliament? she is absolutely right on the council meeting that took place last week. if we can guarantee brexit and leave on the 22nd of may by agreeing a deal this week, if we fail to do that we will have to look
at... and we been clear about the commitment to facilitate. the government cannot be expected to say that something and anything that comes through we will accept. we all stood on manifestos and we all have positions in relation to our duty to deliver on the referendum and i think that is important and we should keep that in our minds. mr speaker, the prime minister has accepted that the house is going to have so—called indicative vote is to try to find if there is a majority for a way forward, but she has twice now declined to give a majority and this house, citing the fact that she stood on a manifesto. which should guide things. may i remind her that that manifesto only appeared half way through the election campaign. i don't think it was discussed in cabinet. it was not circulated to the candidates who are already
fighting their campaigns and nothing on that manifesto in europe played any partany on that manifesto in europe played any part any general election campaign. we are all being asked to show pragmatism, civility and put the national interest first, can i ask her to be prepared to bend from her commitment to the manifesto, apart from the one proposal that she dropped very promptly when the ma nifesto first dropped very promptly when the manifesto first appeared ? dropped very promptly when the manifesto first appeared? festival, i don't accept the description that he set out. can ijust say i don't accept the description that he set out. can i just say to i don't accept the description that he set out. can ijust say to my right honourable friend, we have looked on the whole process of negotiation, there has been compromised. i don't think my right honourable and learn a different who isa honourable and learn a different who is a respected and long—standing member of previous governance, and i believe that they had been standing at this box, the possibility of
indicative votes... we have to see that the duchy of lancaster will make a reference to the government's position when he speaks later this afternoon. but if my right honourable friend, the memberfor west dorset‘s amendment passes, if my right honourable and learned friend was standing here is a mid minister, i don't think he would get a blank cheque. i think he has indicated his assent. the the prime minister has said that once again the european union are not going to look at the withdrawal agreement. i actually agree with her that indicative votes are a nonsense because, in the end, they are talking about the future relationship and not about the withdrawal agreement. can i say to her now, why will she not start
preparing properly for... and i don't call it a no deal, it is a different type of deal that would ta ke different type of deal that would take us out... what really matters is the people's vote, not what this parliament says. i hope i have expressed my belief that we should be delivering on the result of the 2016 referendum. we continue to prepare for a no deal. those prepositions are continuing.” prepare for a no deal. those prepositions are continuing. i have heard many colleagues on the other side of the house say that the oppose the deal, not because they disagree with the terms of withdrawal agreement, but because they have issues with the political declaration. has the prime minister
thought about having a vote on both to see if the terms of our departure accept up to the majority of the house? throughout the debate we have had previously, one of the concerns that many people across the house have raised is about the political declaration and the fact that it wasn't a legal text. and the concern to tie it down further, which is what we did and our discussion with the european union. i am sure my right honourable friend has also seen right honourable friend has also seenin right honourable friend has also seen in the terms of the cancer conclusions. we have also always worked to ensure that the political declaration could be firmed up if one likes to give greater confidence one likes to give greater confidence on that sort of future relationship. very good to see the honourable gentleman back in his place and manifestly in rude health, mr pat mcfadden. thank you very much, mr
speaker. this undermines parliamentary democracy and feeds on the far right. does the prime minister regret her use of words last wednesday? can i echo the speaker's comments to the the honourable gentleman back in his rightful place. i was trying to make a very simple point last week, which is that this is a moment of decision for parliament. we gave the people a choice and they give their decision. parliament needs to deliver on that decision and at the time has come for parliament to decide.” decision and at the time has come for parliament to decide. i very much agree with my right honourable friend, this is at the moment for parliament to decide. while i would be very happy to vote for the withdrawal agreement and a future declaration, for a third time, other collea g u es declaration, for a third time, other colleagues won't. could my right honourable friend give us a bit more
information about how the government is going to enable the house to come toa is going to enable the house to come to a solution for plan b, so she can go back to the eu and make sure that we deliver on what all of us said we would do in this house. but the main political parties said they would do, that is to deliver brexit with a deal. i'm gratefulto my do, that is to deliver brexit with a deal. i'm grateful to my honourable friend for her question, the opportunity will come for the duchy of lancaster, that follows the statement to set out how the government sees the processes going forward over the next few days, it is, of course, the case that the european council has made clear that the withdrawal agreement does remain closed and will not be reopened. it is against that background that parliament will look at any options that it brought forward.” parliament will look at any options that it brought forward. i can say, andi that it brought forward. i can say, and i think in behalf of a lot of
right honourable members, i was proud too much with the people's vote. 1 million people of all backgrounds from all over the united kingdom came to london only pressure saturday because they want this matter to go back to the people. mr speaker, the people of this country are crying out for leadership and businesses are crying out for certainty and, in the spy minister, they are not getting either of those things. —— in this prime minister they are not getting either of those things. twice they were asked, if her withdrawal agreement has not been passed, the 12th of april, what is her plan b? she still hasn't told us? will it be no deal or a lengthy extension? prime minister, just a nswer extension? prime minister, just answer the question! she talks about the response of business, business
was a very the response of business, business was a very clear that they wanted theirs has to export the dear —— they wanted in the house to support this deal. some members and right honourable members are saying to me that the government should now say what we are doing on the 11th of april. 0thers what we are doing on the 11th of april. others are saying a listen to the house and do whatever the house is on the 11th of april. these are not entirely compatible. has the prime minister noted the fourth section of the european council conclusions, which state that any unilateral can conditions say that it should be compatible with the spirit of the agreement, noting the words any and it should and the tense of this conclusion, does the prime minister conclude with me that it would be legally enforceable and allowa ble for it would be legally enforceable and allowable for the united kingdom to give a further interpretation on a unilateral declaration to reassure collea g u es
unilateral declaration to reassure colleagues on our ability to exit the backstop? my right honourable friend is right to draw attention to that conclusion. there are sites in unilateral conclusions we have made in regards to northern ireland and we re in regards to northern ireland and were prepared to make those. certainly that's my right honourable friend raised before this question in the application of international law. we are looking again at how we can reflect that properly and any propers “— can reflect that properly and any propers —— in any papers that are brought forward. the prime minister's deal has been rejected twice and no deal has been rejected twice and no deal has been rejected twice and no deal has been rejected twice and she is dating that we leave on the 12th of april —— she is threatening that we leave on the 12th of april if we do not agree a deal. we are now in levels of the author of the absurd. 1 million people stood and parliament square
demanding their right to be heard. if mps can have three votes in three months, why can't the people have two votes in three years? can i say to the right honourable lady, there are two ways in which the extension has been granted by the european union council to stop the first is to exit on the 22nd of may with a deal is houseware to agree a deal this week. the second is to provide for a possibility of the united kingdom going forward to the european with some plan to take that forward if he deal has not been agreed. i indicated in my statement why it is the case that the government will be whipping against the amendment in the name of my right honourable friend, the member for west dorset, and there are elements about this issue of brexit, but there are elements about the president that the sets for the future. —— the precedent that that is set for the future. i voted for
the withdrawal agreement before and i will vote for it again. but i went to my constituents that if that should not pass, i have the opportunity to debate infill the alternatives. the prime minister urges as against the so—called left—wing proposals but will give us time to consider, can i press her again as my honourable memberfor truro did, when? i hope he would have a little more patience, because the chancellor of the duchy of lancaster will set out more details in relation to this. we stand by the commission that the chancellor of the duchy of lancaster gate in this house that if it were the case that we we re house that if it were the case that we were in the position of not
having a deal through, then any two weeks after the european union council, the government would facilitate that opportunity for people to look at the other possibility is... the other options. the panellist is accused of wasting time and playing games, can ijust remind her that it was not mps that made her sign article 50 before she was ready for the negotiations and it was not mps that made her have a negotiation —— made her have a general election in the middle of the negotiation period. it was not mps that made her set red lines that could never pass this house. she has spoken about compromise but all she has been a its capitulation. if she is in the mood for compromise, can i urge her to meet with those of us who are trying to truly work through and geta who are trying to truly work through and get a compromise to this place that can work for her and for us.”
think i've said and is has before that i'm happy to meet for him and other members of this house, which i... whichi other members of this house, which i... which i have been meeting. as the leader of the opposition indicated, i met with him earlier this afternoon. can also just remind... i'm happy to meet members of this house to discuss issues, can iremain to of this house to discuss issues, can i remain to the honourable gentleman that when he talks of triggering article 50, this has voted to trigger article 50. when he refers to the general election, actually the house voted for the general election. can be prime minister confirm it is not the government's attention to hold european parliamentary elections, because my constituents in redditch who voted to leave the eu nearly three years ago with find that completely unacceptable. i absolutely agree. ago with find that completely unacceptable. iabsolutely agree. i think people would ask by we are
doing that if we vote to to leave three years ago and i leading us to vote for members of the european parliament. to ensure we don't do thatis parliament. to ensure we don't do that is to leave the european union by the 22nd of may and that is only possible if the deal is agreed this week. is many other memos of this house, i was proud to well over1 million people —— proud to walk alongside over 19 people this saturday. it is a very fundamental point, can the prime minister explain to all the millions of young people up and stay in stennis country, why she gets to have multiple votes on a deal that has been rejected by this house and why the people don't get to have a say whether they want to go ahead with a deal that this house can agree on? this helps. 0n deal that this house can agree on? this helps. on many occasions on many different issues. one of the things this has voted on was to ask
the people of this country whether we should leave the european union. the people give that decision. at the time, the government said it would abide by that decision, but it was not an advisory decision, it was an instruction to this house. it was the duty of this house to abide by that and that's what we should be doing. does the pine is to understand that by taking no deal of the table that she has just put the final torpedo into her own deal and any real prospect of brexit? and that her statement well represent the most shameful surrender by a british leader since singapore in 1942? jeering
cani can i say to my right honourable friend, that what i said in a statement was that this house has voted twice to reject no deal and may continue to reject no deal. and may, as a house, attempt to ensure that no deal can take place. as the snp have said they have already tabled a motion to revoke article 50. i continue to want, and i will point out to my right honourable friend that members opposite have been complaining that i have refused to ta ke been complaining that i have refused to take no deal of the table. the reality is that this house has shown its attention to do everything it can to take no deal of the table and we all need to recognise that if we're going to deliver on brexit, we need to that situation. recurrent
difficulty which you face all hangs around the withdrawal agreement and the way in which northern ireland has been pulled into these discussions. this weekend the irish government have made it quite clear that the whole premise of the withdrawal agreement is based on a foundation of sand. there will be no checks along the irish border, therefore no threat to peace in northern ireland, therefore no disruption to northern ireland. we are now told it is because northern ireland are not prepared, but all of the preparations which were done by central government apply to northern ireland. when are you going to stop using northern ireland as an excuse and do you realise that the importance of this agreement or delivering brexit and also to the unity of the native kingdom is such that we will not be used in any scare tactics to push this through?
can i say that what i have genuinely been trying to achieve through everything that i have been doing is ensuring that we respect the wishes of the people of northern ireland and we respect northern ireland's position within the united kingdom. now, it is the case, as i say, that these remarks about the border have been made by, i think i'm right in saying by the taoiseach and others previously, and they have been contradicted in turn by the european commission in terms of what might be necessary. i may only say, the situation in relation to the european union's proposal is it has been very clear about european union laws and the necessity of those eu laws. i have no wish to distract from the importance of matters, but there has been quite a lot of naughty behaviour this afternoon,
including many right honourable members, repeatedly using the word you, which is not part of parliament. i am looking to a custodian of our fine traditions of parliamentary courtesy and i indeed look no further than victoria prentice. i don't know about you, mr speaker, but i think that the 20 conservative manifesto is possibly not bedtime reading in many households, so let me remind the house. we want to agree a deep and professional partnership with the eu. this will benefit both the eu and uk while we are leaving the eu, we are not leaving europe, and we wa nt to we are not leaving europe, and we want to remain committed partners and allies to our friends. does the prime minister think that any of the indicative votes which we may be able to cast on wednesday, aside
from that on the meaningful vote, on the withdrawal agreement, will be covered by that manifesto and if so, will she equip us to vote in any particular way? —— will she whip us. my particular way? —— will she whip us. my other friend is particular way? —— will she whip us. my otherfriend is indicating particular way? —— will she whip us. my other friend is indicating what i might do, we don't know what the options will be chosen or the sink in which there will be chosen, but she is actually right to point out that we still put on a particular ma nifesto, that we still put on a particular manifesto, we stood on a manifesto to honour the result of the referendum, the labour party did the same and! referendum, the labour party did the same and i think there is a way to honour the result of the referendum and it is a pity we haven't been able to agree that. the prime minister talks i have frustration with parliament, she also today on a number of occasions has said today is decision time. given that she is not putting her deal to another vote and she is preventing this house and
not allowing this house to have indicative votes, could she advise us on how we are to express our decision? festival, can i say that actually what i said was, as things stand, was among the meaningful vote back, but i will continue to have meaningful discussions so that we can bring this about forward this week and guarantee brexit. the process in the absence of a meaningful vote, in the absence of agreeing a deal, the process will be referred to by the chancellor the dutch of lancaster, and there is the amendment by my right honourable friend committee member for west dorset, which gives an indication at a timetable where they amendment to be passed. i will whip against that amendment for the reasons i set out earlier. if we go to indicative votes a nd earlier. if we go to indicative votes and we look at other options, theissue votes and we look at other options, the issue of free movement is likely to feature. i strongly agree with the prime minister that the public
wa nt the prime minister that the public want us to end free movement, but must we not recognise that immigration into this country from outside the eu is now running at a 15 year high of 261,000, that is more than ipswich and colchester combined. should we not therefore have some candour and say to the public that if we end free movement, immigration is unlikely to fall, it will simply come from much further afield? can i say to him that over time, the government has taken a number of actions to ensure that we can deal with introducing more control into our immigration system. that is one of the advantages of ending free movement, is that we can bring an entirely new immigration system into place which enables it to be skills —based rather than based on where somebody has come from. but i also believe that what underpinned for many people, what underpinned for many people, what underpinned their vote and desire to leave the eu was a desire to see
free movement and that is why it is actually right that the proposals the government has put forward would indeed do that. the fact that the prime minister has had to ask eu leaders for an extension of article 50 last week was a highly predictable outcome from an inflexible prime minister who was consistently seeking to sideline parliament on the country over the last two years. further to the question by the right honourable memberfor question by the right honourable member for normanton, pontefract and castleford, f, three indicative votes, this house votes for example in favour of a norway —based deal or a customs union, will she shift her red lines in line with the will of this house or will we come out of this house or will we come out of this process and her constructive engagement to find that nothing has changed? i answered in my statement, i set out the position of the government in relation to the indicative votes and that remains the government's position. further
to the question for my right honourable friend for pembroke, would the prime minister agree that there is perhaps a majority across this house for the withdrawal agreement on its own, given that there needs to be a little bit more work done on the terms of the backstop and that actually, the political declaration is very close to the manifesto is that both the conservative and labour party in 2017, and again, with a little bit more work, there should be a majority with goodwill across this house for the agreement? he is right, there are those across this house you also have concerns with the withdrawal agreement, but many across the house who do not have those concerns in relation to the withdrawal agreement, but who do have concerns about the certainty of the future in the political declaration. the political declaration. the political declaration provides for a spectrum of options in relation to trading
and future, and we stood to have that independent trade policy, we wa nt to that independent trade policy, we want to see that delivered in the agreement we have with the eu, but others in this house also stood on a basis of having that independent trade policy, and moving into a permanent customs union does not deliver on that independent trade policy. may oppress the prime minister even further on this notion, she may scuttle any outcome of indicative votes, because perhaps they are not negotiable with the eu. —— mayi they are not negotiable with the eu. —— may i oppress the prime minister. she knows that a confirming tree referendum, a people's vote, is a perfectly viable proposition. i want to know, i don't want to interrupt her while she is on her phone, but if she wouldn't mind... while she was on the phone, mr speaker. i would like to ask specifically whether she regards a referendum is something that if this house agreed
it, she would also perhaps not abide by that particular outcome, yes or no? i apologise to the honourable gentleman, just a little bit of female multitasking trying to take place there. but i do think in terms of the concept of the confirmatory vote, that is often attached not just to being a confirmatory vote, but actually having remain on the ballot paper, so that actually it is effectively a second referendum on whether or not we should leave the european union, as i have indicated earlier, i believe we should be leaving the eu because that is what was voted 21st referendum. —— voted for in the first referendum. while leaving the eu without a deal would desecrate agriculture in north yorkshire, which is why i supported her deal on both occasions and will do so again whenever she asks me to,
however, she has indicated that the statutory instrument to confirm the extension to the withdrawal agreement has been laid before the house, could she advise when it will be debated and voted upon?m house, could she advise when it will be debated and voted upon? it will debated and voted upon later this week, i think i can and for my honourable friend obviously that, i am happy to inform him outside of the statement, when i have checked which day, but it will be debated upon one day later this week. the prime minister says in her statement that she cannot commit the government to delivering the outcome of any votes in this house, so if her deal fails of any votes in this house, so if her dealfails to get of any votes in this house, so if her deal fails to get through this week and if we hold indicative votes and a majority of mps vote for an alternative to her deal, is she really saying that she is going to ignore the democratic will of this house and she would prefer to crash out without a deal than respect the
will of this house? first of all, if the honourable lady will commit me —— permit me, i havejust checked and it will be wednesday that the statutory instrument will be debated on. can! statutory instrument will be debated on. can i say to the honourable lady that it on. can i say to the honourable lady thatitis on. can i say to the honourable lady that it is not... of this house has passed a motion saying it does not wa nt passed a motion saying it does not want no—deal, it may very well pass more emotions saying the same, but if it is going to deliver on ensuring that it does not have no—deal, then it has to agree a deal. it is very simple, it isn't enough simply to say that the house doesn't want no—deal. enough simply to say that the house doesn't want no-deal. the prime minister inadvertently failed to a nswer minister inadvertently failed to answer the second part of the question of my honourable friend, the memberfor stoke, question of my honourable friend, the member for stoke, can question of my honourable friend, the memberfor stoke, can she please stay when the order —— can she please say when the commend murray order will be made under the
withdrawal act, this is a matter of particular importance. so i apologise for not answering the question to my honourable friend.“ my right honourable friend will commit me, i will confirm that point and come back to both of my honourable friends when i am able to do that. given the political crisis the prime minister faces, do that. given the political crisis the prime ministerfaces, doesn't she think it would be better if the cabinet met in public, given all the details are diligently being leaked to the media on every single occasion? does that not only suggest that the cabinet is also in deadlock and the only way to break this impasse is either a second referendum or a general election?” don't think the honourable gentleman has heard my answers to the question on the second referendum on several occasions, and i continue to believe it is not on the best interests of this house. i think it is in the best interest for us to agree to
deliver brexit smoothly and orderly, and not either has a second referendum or a general election.” voted for the withdrawal agreement twice before and i would do so again, but can i actually say that i welcome my right honourable friend's movement towards indicative votes, because i think they will be hopeful, and, right honourable friend confirm that there will be a full range of workable options so that we can debate and decide in this house? can i say to him that i think this is the purpose of any such vote to determine the views of this house. i think it is appropriate for this house to bring the options for that it wishes to see the debated. thank you, mr speaker. i think it is time that we recognise that beyond those who are polarised but in this place and outside the overwhelming number of members across this house, but also
across the british public, want us to come to some sort of compromise and move on and move forward. for some people, no—deal will never be good enough, either those who want to crash out with no—deal or those who want to overturn the referendum. it has also been said that in many parts, there is agreement that with the withdrawal agreement that there are concerns about the future relationship on trade and also security going forward. could i ask the prime minister could she assure the prime minister could she assure the house today that if we do agree the house today that if we do agree the withdrawal agreement, and i have voted for it once, because i think it is the right thing for my constituents in the country to move on, but in the next stage, when we get into the detailed discussions about trade and other matters, this house will have to be able to in detail explore what those options are, be able to debate them and vote on them? first of all, i agree with the sentiment she expressed, most members of public certainly want to
see this result. they want to see is able to move on. in relation to the future, there are differences of opinion across the house about the nature of that future trade relationship. i've already indicated, as i did awhile back, that at the next stage of negotiations they will be a greater involvement for members of this house than they was in the first stage. richard graham. i haven't yet met a constituent who envies the prime minister, in her task of trying to deliver leaving the european union responsibly. but apart from the concerns of manufacturing and farming, and the view of this house, just my right honourable friend agree with me that in the absence of a political agreement between the parties of northern ireland together in their country, it would be responsible for any government to push ahead with no deal. if she does agree that, is that absolutely clear all members of the deal to cracker house, so that
we can focus on the advantages of her proposals. i think my animal friend her proposals. i think my animalfriend makes her proposals. i think my animal friend makes an important point. —— my honourable friend. in a no deal situation, significant decisions would need to be made. it is entirely right and proper that their government is taken the position that it has in relation to that matter. thank you very much. the prime minister has told this house on numerous occasions that she is committed to delivering the will of the people as expressed almost three yea rs the people as expressed almost three years ago. given that1 million people took to the streets at the weekend, more than 5.5 million have signed a petition, and everyone who has ever sat on these benches knows that the will of the british people can change. would she not agree that perhaps the time has come to check that the will of the british people hasn't, in fact, that the will of the british people hasn't, infact, change, and that the will of the british people hasn't, in fact, change, and perhaps they want something different from
what they wanted to see and a? i have to say that i have answered this question on a number of occasions and i refer to the answer gave earlier. mr speaker, if the prime minister past macro deal is not to come back for the house, i believe it's vital that this house has an opportunity to consider a cross—party wattage can agree on. the prime minister has kindly indicated that parliamentary time will be given over for that process , time will be given over for that process, but can she indicate, notwithstanding the statement from the chancellor of the duchy of lancaster, can she indicate, as prime minister, by when those votes will take place? the first point to make, because, although i have indicated we would whip against the amendment from the memberfor west dorset whip against the amendment from the member for west dorset is that if his amendments were passed it would lead to some roads taking place on wednesday this week. the commitments that the government has made is that over the next weeks, they would be
opportunity. studio: theresa may saying she does not have enough support to win a vote on her withdrawal deal as things stand. she said she would continue to put to the commons a third time this week and she would also order tory mps to vote against also order tory mps to vote against a bid bya group of also order tory mps to vote against a bid by a group of mps headed by oliver letwin to hold votes on alternatives to her plan. the government would give mps time to hold such boats, she said, but she also added she was sceptical about the process. we will stay with the house of commons, and huw edwards will continue our coverage on bbc news at five o'clock. same election. if she is serious because she meet with me so we can thrash out a way forward, and london is not lost for ever. otherwise she is not lost for ever. otherwise she is listening to the same old voices. asi is listening to the same old voices. as i indicated in response earlier toa as i indicated in response earlier to a question from the honourable lady ‘s cut honourable friend. i
have been meeting neighbours across the house, and i am happy to meet members to discuss these matters. mr speaker, i need to tell the prime minister that having spent time in my constituency this weekend i've spoken to many constituents who took her at her word when she said we would be leaving at the end of march. they are now disappointed, disillusioned and betrayed that isn't happening. can she reassure my constituents that she is absolutely determined to do everything in her power to ensure that we leave the eu, and we leave as soon as possible. i say to my honourable friend, i regret not being able to deliver brexit on the 29th of march. act wa nted brexit on the 29th of march. act wanted to be able to do that. can i confirm that i think it's important that we deliver brexit on that vote, that we deliver brexit on that vote, that the people talk. i want to see that. if we are going to do that with they would agreement that has been put into legislation, that ta kes been put into legislation, that takes time. that's the way the extension to the 22nd of may was
agreed at european council. i want to make sure we leave and deliver on the wishes of the people. thank you, mr speaker. the prime minister is yet to explain why she expects mps to change their minds, over a matter of two weeks, as opposed to the people of the country to change theirs over a matter of the year? can she explain that to the house? prime minister. the members of this house have been expressing their views on a variety of ways and will continue to do so over the coming weeks. but as i have said, and i indicated to this member earlier, they will not be surprised, i think it's important that we deliver on the vote that took place in 2016. cani the vote that took place in 2016. can ijust the vote that took place in 2016. can i just say to the honourable lady, that those who think that a second referendum took place and came toa second referendum took place and came to a different decision, presumably, would then say regardless of whether the people said they were changing their mind, that the decision would be held.
many people say, why is it that we have failed to do what the british people asked us to do? thank you, mr speaker. mr speaker, i would like to be able to support the withdrawal agreement but i have concerns about the backstop and lack of control should it kick in. i hope that the prime minister will bring a third vote and enough change will be in itfor third vote and enough change will be in it for me to be able to support. could the prime minister confirmed that she will put a commencement order down so that we can, if we need to, have the 12th of april as a no deal departure date? that was placed on the 29th of march which means we have no pressure point to encourage colleagues to support when it comes back? asi it comes back? as i said in response to questions from our right honourable friend is earlier, i come back to my other friend on this point about the commencement order.
thank you, mr speaker. would the prime minister take a constructive being able to consider a majority view out of the executive vote process , view out of the executive vote process, all would she prefer further indecision? i indicated earlier that we cannot come as a government, we aren't giving a blank cheque to the indicative votes process. it's perfectly possible that the house may come to a decision, contradictory decisions, or no decision at all. we will obviously have to engage constructively with whatever comes out of those votes. thank you, mr speaker. i share the prime minister's scepticism about indicative votes procedure, indeed, igo indicative votes procedure, indeed, i go further and say it's a complete waste of time. i'm sure that somebody proposing it are genuine in their desire to find a way through, but in actualfact their desire to find a way through, but in actual fact as a majority i think we want to thwart and the
result of the referendum. i have been acting like a citrusy over the weekend, she knows it's a 70% brexit supporting area —— michael out in my constituency. the most are prepared to back the prime minister's deal, imperfect though it is. they may be further concessions. can she give absolute insurance but the whole government will not agree to anything that further delays brexit beyond a few weeks? cani beyond a few weeks? can i say to my honourable friend, i wa nt to can i say to my honourable friend, i want to be able to deliver brexit, and to do it within the extension being given us to the 22nd of may. any further would require is to stand in european parliamentary elections. people would ask what on earth we were doing if having voted nearly four years ago to leave, we then found that we were being asked to allow people to the european parliament. they would say we were failing to deliver on the vote that
they gave and we have a duty to do that. phil wilson. prime minister, that. philwilson. prime minister, i genuinely believe that people have a right to compare any brexit deal with the promises they were made in 2016. it is their right to have a final say in this process. i know how much work the prime minister is putting to get in her deal across the line. in the spirit of compromise, i would facilitate the passage of that deal, or any deal, to get it over the line, as long as it goes back to the british people. cani it goes back to the british people. can i ask the prime literature meet with myself, all my friend from hove, to discuss the compromise that we think is the way out of this, because whatever the result of that ballot, whatever the result, we will not bring this country together until we've voted. asi
until we've voted. as i have indicated to his honourable friend and others, i'm happy to meet members of the house to discuss these matters, i know that the secretary of state for axing the european union has met the honourable gentleman and talked about this, i continue to have reservations and concerns, as expressed previously in relation to these matters of the confirmatory vote. as i have said i'm happy to meet honourable members of the house. thank you, mr speaker. almost three years ago every household in my constituency, like the rest of the country, were sent a leaflet paid for by the taxpayer from the government advocating that we remain, but crucially saying that the results would be honoured. three yea rs the results would be honoured. three years on, and with a general election we are 589 members of parliament elected on a promise to deliver brexit. with the european withdrawal act now law from last year, is it not within her power to
now deliver brexit, because that is the message that i clearly get from my constituents. they want this achieved. i thank him for reminding the house that in that government leaflet it said we would abide by the result of the referendum. and, as he said, something like 80% of members of this house were elected on the basis that they were done in the result of the referendum. that's what we should be doing. the concern i was making earlier in relation to a number of matters is that, of course, this house is... has indicated ways it does not want to see brexit being delivered, ie voting against no deal. and of course, we could very well see the house trying to ensure that the solution does not deliver. i am clear that we need to deliver brexit because we promised people reword.
why is the prime minister incapable of accepting the principle that democracy is a process, not a single one—off event? over the last almost three years opinion poll after opinion poll have shown people do wa nt to opinion poll have shown people do want to have a final say on whatever deal comes out of this place. before she answers that bats might lead to a third orfourth referendum, she knows that is the beauty of the carol wilson amendment, whatever the result of going back to the people on the deal out of this place will go straight into law and that would be an end of it. why was she not accept that? i've answered this question on a number of occasions. i have. it is very important, and i think when i met the honourable lady she indicated that she wanted to see remain on the ballot paper as well as the deal. it's not confirmation of the deal in relation to leaving the european union. it's questioning people, and going back and saying,
we asked you the question you gave us an answer but were not sure it's the right one. have another go. sir desmond swain. if decisions and powers have to be taken here in order to remedy the current and readiness of northern ireland, is there a plan to deal with that in good time before the 12th of april? prime minister. yes. mr speaker, i think i might surprise the prime minister by saying there is something i welcome in his statement. she said, unless this house agrees to it, no deal will not happen. and she confirmed that if this house continues, as it has so far, to this house continues, as it has so fa r, to vote this house continues, as it has so far, to vote against no deal, she won't seek to take us out of the european union on april trials without a deal? cani without a deal? can i say to the right honourable
gentleman, if we aren't going to leave the european union without a deal, then we need to clearly have a deal, then we need to clearly have a deal which enables us to leave the european union. it's very simple. i've made to the point on a number of occasions and continue to make it. i gently remind the prime minister that, in law, this house has expressed a view, and that is to leave on the 29th of march with, or without a deal. given the constant assurances about no deal preparations, including an answer to my urgent question last week, may i urge her to face down in this remain dominated westminster bubble, and support leaving, on no deal, wto terms, in order to honour notjust the referendum result, and indeed, triggering article 50, but also our own manifesto? i say to my honourable friend that i do want to deliver brexit. i want to
make sure we leave. i continue to believe that leaving with a deal is the best route for the uk. we are continuing with those no deal preparations, and my otherfriend will be aware of the result of the conclusions in relation to extensions and i continue to today at five, the prime minister admits she still has no majority for her brexit agreement, in the house of commons. after chairing cabinet, mrs may told mps that approving her deal, was still the best way to avoid a no—deal brexit. it is with great regret that i have had to conclude that as things stand there is still not sufficient support in the house to bring back the dealfor a third meaningful vote. labour says it will support moves this evening, to allow mps to take control of the brexit process, from the government. parliament must send a clear message in the coming days. mr speaker, i hope where