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hello, you‘re watching this is bbc news — theresa may will seek to hold today at 5pm — the government sets afternoon live — i‘m simon mccoy. our latest headlines. a debate and vote on brexit out plans for another today at three... theresa may will seek to hold in the house of commons tomorrow. brexit vote tomorrow. theresa may will seek to hold a debate and vote on brexit in the house of commons tomorrow. one option could be voting a debate and vote on brexit the only way we ensure we leave in on the withdrawal agreement only — but even after she promised hello, you're watching in the house of commons tomorrow. to quit as prime minister good time on the 22nd of may is by and not ourfuture relationship. afternoon live — i'm simon mccoy. if it goes through, today at two... theresa may‘s still struggling to get enough support for her deal. approving the withdrawal agreement its unclear whether mps will back theresa may will seek to hold by 11pm on the 29th of march, which a debate and vote on brexit the only way we ensure it, labour says this would lead we leave in good time on may in other news, dust and debris is tomorrow. in the house of commons tomorrow. 22nd is by approving to the "blindest of blind brexits". from the grenfell tower fire has the british chamber of commerce says the only way we ensure the withdrawal agreement by 11pm polluted the surrounding area, on the 29th of march, resulting in levels of toxic brexit uncertainty is doing "real we leave in good time on may which is tomorrow. chemicals many times that would mean leaving the eu 22nd is by approving the british chamber higher than normal. world damage" and they‘ve warned mps of commerce says brexit uncertainty is doing real world damage british officials have accused to stop "chasing rainbows" when it with absolutely no idea where we‘re the withdrawal agreement by 11pm the chinese telecoms firm, heading. and they‘ve warned mps to stop huawei, of not doing enough comes to breaking the deadlock. on the 29th of march, chasing rainbows when it comes in other news, dust and debris to breaking the deadlock. from the grenfell tower fire has that cannot be acceptable which is tomorrow. in other news, dust and debris to allay security concerns. polluted the surrounding area, resulting in levels of toxic and we wouldn‘t vote for that. but even after she promised from the grenfell tower fire has chemicals many times to quit as prime minister polluted the surrounding area, higher than normal. resulting in levels of toxic british officials have accused the other main stories if it goes through, chemicals many times the chinese telecoms firm huawei of not doing enough theresa may's still struggling sport now on afternoon on bbc news at five... higher than normal. to get enough support for her deal. to allay security concerns. british officials have accused toxic chemicals which could cause the chinese telecoms firm, live with olly foster. coming up on afternoon huawei, of not doing enough cancer and asthma have been found in other news, dust and debris to allay security concerns. close to grenfell tower — from the grenfell tower fire has good afternoon. those living nearby have polluted the surrounding area, coming up on afternoon it‘s been a fantastic turnaround live, all the sport. complained of health problems. resulting in levels of toxic chemicals many times for manchester united since ole gunnar solskjaer took higher than normal. live, all the sport. over from the sacked jose mourinho in december. coming up on afternoon live right now, solskjaer is holding a he can‘t have done much more. all the sport with ollie. hello, simon. ole gunnar solskjaer press co nfe re nce right now, solskjaer is holding a has been given the full—time job at press conference after being given the permanentjob as manchester a three—year contract has been given manchester united, he‘s done such a they are challenging for a top four united manager.
toa good job and his three months in finish in the premier league, a three—year contract has been given to a manchester united manager, his and are through to the champions reward for attaining the results charge they got him on a three—year league quarterfinals. arranged in every man's he's been at that‘s why the club have given him thanks, olly, and darren deal. talk to you later, thank you a three year fulltime contract. the club. lots of reaction to his very much. here‘s david ornstein has all the weather appointment later on. darren bent thanks, and we‘ll bejoining you for a full update just after half—past. the days will get colder over the darren has all the weather. has the weather. the weather is weekend. i‘ll explain why later. cheering us all up. the son is out the sun is out across many parts of two fa cups, six league titles the country and it will feel quite in the champions league triumph, thanks darren. gci’oss cheering us all up. the son is out a cross m ost cheering us all up. the son is out warm in the sunshine tomorrow. some ole gunnar solskjaer was revered across most parts of the country and it will stay that way into tomorrow. changes as we head into the weekend also coming up, on news nationwide — and we will have a look at that as a player at manchester united. crunchtime for the queen — some slight changes over the weekend later in the programme. as she makes new friends and we will have a look at that thanks, darren. he scored, the super on her visit to somerset. also coming up, the masterpiece later on. darren, iwill talk sub has done it again! and we will have a look at that later on. darren, i will talk to you then, thanks very much. they thought was a fake — since returning as interim manager late last year his stock has only risen, overseeing a dramatic upturn how a bit of a wash and brush up in form and atmosphere also coming up, the masterpiece in a job he‘d always wanted. they thought was a fake — revealed it was the real deal. hello, everyone. this is afternoon live. how a bit of a wash and brush up so many managers would love to be the manager of man united, i‘m simon mccoy. revealed it was the real mccoy. so of course i‘m one of them. the government says it plans to hold another debate good afternoon. those who played with solskjaer and vote on brexit tomorrow, but at the moment it‘s unclear at the height of his success believe i‘m simon mccoy, at westminster. he will shine in the dugout too. exactly what will be discussed. yesterday theresa may offered to resign if the way he went about his parliament backed her deal, business, got results, but this afternoon she is play football, the smile still trying to win over on the players‘ fires, the staff the democratic unionist party good afternoon. i'm simon mccoy, at westminster. the government says it plans and everyone, it‘s like wow, and brexiteers in her own party. to hold another debate the government says it plans he‘s done something special. last night mps rejected all eight to hold another debate and vote on brexit tomorrow, alternatives to mrs may‘s deal.
but at the moment it‘s unclear our political correspondent and vote on brexit tomorrow, exactly what will be discussed. the club say the results delivered but at the moment it's unclear yesterday theresa may by solskjaer speak for themselves jonathan blake reports. what the commons will be voting on. offered to resign if cakes for everyone in westminster parliament backed her deal and he has the backing of everyone but this afternoon she is at manchester united, it's thought mps might still trying to win over including the fans, this morning, whatever side you are be asked to vote only the democratic unionist party as he looks to take them back on the withdrawal agreement and brexiteers in her own party. to where they need to be. and not the declaration on, whatever flavour last night, mps rejected all eight of brexit you fancy. about the uk's future alternatives to mrs may‘s deal. after last night‘s drama, relationship with the eu. our political correspondent jose mourinho, towards the end there is a lot to chew over but the prime minister is continuing of his reign, it was a deflated, talks with the democratic unionist little decided. party and brexiteers horrible feeling around the place within her own party, jonathan blake reports. and he‘s turned it around. senior ministers still to try to win them over. are urging mps to back the i was a sceptic and most of the fans last night mps rejected all eight prime minister‘s brexit deal have a cake. felt the same way i did and i think after she promised to pay the ultimate price in alternatives to mrs may's deal. cakes for everyone in westminster after the third or fourth result it return for their support. our political correspondent this morning, whatever side you‘re on, whatever flavour the single most important thing showed that united is back. every mp needs to concentrate on is jonathan blake reports. making sure we deliver of brexit that you fancy. solskjaer‘s appointment isn‘t only big news in england but also in his native norway, on the mandate to leave the eu. cakes ca kes for where his impact goes cakes for everyone in westminster after last night‘s drama, beyond the men‘s game. this morning, whatever side you're 17.4 million people there is a lot to chew on but little asked us to leave, and on, whatever flavour of breaks that decided. we have a chance to make sure we do. senior ministers are still urging mps to back the pay that‘s why everyone needs to support you fancy. last night's drama, there the prime minister‘s deal. minister‘s brexit deal he‘s a great hero isa after she promised to for women in norway. a smile for the cameras, but this you fancy. last night's drama, there is a lot to chew on but little pay the ultimate price i went to his camp, it became a big is undoubtedly a difficult day, in return for their support. decided. senior ministers are still the most important thing mps need motivation to become something and now theresa may has and i remember him coming promised to go with urging mps to back the pay to concentrate on is making sure we there on his bike, like cycling her deal gets through, minister's brexit deal after she deliver on the mandate to training, like a normal, some of those who may to leave the eu. down to earth guy, and that made promised to be the ultimate price in we now have a chance want to replace her agree that to make sure we leave. an impact on me. something or someone has to return for their support. the most that‘s why everyone should support the deal. give. important thing mps need to a smile for the cameras solskjaer has won 14 of his 19 games i thought the prime minister behaved with great dignity last concentrate on is making sure we but this is undoubtedly a in charge and guided united to night. deliver on the mandate to leave the difficult day. the indicative votes were voted down now theresa may has promised the champions league quarterfinals. by mps, and at the same
to go if her deal gets eu. we now have a chance to make through, some of those time, the speaker has made clear the challenge now is to recapture that nothing that has been presented who may want to replace sure we leave. that's why everyone her agree something former glories and in doing so be to the house of commons that hasn't or someone has to give. i thought the prime minister remembered alongside changed can come back again. should support the deal. a smile for behaved with great dignity last night. the camera but this is undoubtedly a manchester united‘s all—time greats. the focus is now on the dup, without whose support difficult day. now theresa may has all the indicative votes the prime minister‘s were voted down by promised to go if her deal gets mps and at the same time through, some of those who may want england captain harry kane the speaker has made has received his mbe deal looks doomed. to replace her agree something or for services to football. someone to replace her agree something or someone has to give.” clear nothing presented to the house of commons which hasn't a change of mind to replace her agree something or someone has to give. i thought the changed can come back again. could even now could prime minister behaved with great the focus is on the dup, unlock many more votes. prince william presented the spurs i have always been dignity last night. all the striker with the honour against it, i am still indicative votes were voted down by without their at buckingham palace. against it. it was also recognition i told my whip the other day mps and at the same time the speaker for england‘s performance at last support the prime minister‘s year‘s world cup in russia, i wouldn‘t vote for it if they has made clear nothing presented to where they reached the semi—finals . the house of commons which hasn't deal looks doomed. put a shotgun in my mouth. kane won the golden boot. other than that, he also scored in both euro i have no particular a change of mind could unlock many view. changed can come back again. the more votes but some seem qualifiers in the last week, labour votes would help, but one mp something the prince suggested that theresa may‘s focus is on the dup, without their dead against it regardless. move makes their i‘ve always been support less likely. against it, i‘m still against it. i am extremely worried about our support by minister's deal looks future relationship with the eu, wanted to talk about. and whatever is agreed doomed. a change of mind could in parliament on the withdrawal agreement, unlock many more votes but some see i told my whip the other day the next tory leader, if they are a hardline me dead against it regardless. i've i wouldn‘t vote for it if brexiteer, will push they put a shotgun in my mouth. we spoke about the games last week. for brexit. a lwa ys me dead against it regardless. i've always been against it, i'm still he isa against it. i told might wipe the we spoke about the games last week. he is a big england fan. he theresa may made the ultimate one mp suggested theresa may‘s move congratulated me on that. we spoke offer to stand aside if other day i wouldn't vote for it if makes their support less likely. they support her deal, and it may i'm extremely worried about our about the charity work. it was great they put a shotgun in my mouth. to chat with him again. i am sure we or may not have been enough. yesterday, parliament other than that i have no particular future relationship with the eu will over the next few years. tried and failed at least for now to find an alternative and whatever is agreed
view. one mp suggested theresa may's in parliament on great britain‘s four—man bobsleigh to the prime minister‘s brexit deal. the withdrawal agreement, the next team have been awarded move makes their support less tory leader if they are a hard a bronze medal from the 2014 but with only hours left to decide sochi winter olympics. if parliament can vote again, even likely. i'm extremely worried about brexiteer will push for a hard brexit. they finished fifth, but the decision to make the ultimate the international olympic committee at this late, late stage, oui’ have today confirmed the prime minister likely. i'm extremely worried about our future relationship with the eu offer to stand aside if mps the disqualification of two is hedging her bets. and whatever is agreed in parliament support her deal may or may russian crews for doping, not have been enough. bumping up the quartet are in the withdrawal agreement, the ofjohn jackson, stuart benson, yesterday parliament tried the leader of the house, and failed, for now at least, bruce tasker and joel fearon. andrea leadsom, next tory leader if they are a hard to agree an alternative to the prime confirmed a debate tomorrow, brexiteer will push for a hard minister‘s brexit deal, but with but it is unclear whether that means great britain‘s total medal haul another vote. brexit. the decision to make the only hours left to decide if from sochi is now five, parliament can vote again, even at matching the record set ultimate offer to stand aside if mps the only way we make sure this late, late stage, the prime minister support her deal may or may not have is hedging her bets. we leave in good time on the at the pyeongchang games last year. 22nd of may is by approving the been enough. yesterday parliament tried and failed, for now at least, withdrawal by 11pm on the 29th of to agree an alternative to the prime five british drivers will take part march, tomorrow. in the inaugral w—series that the leader of the house starts in may. minister's brexit deal, but with confirmed the debate tomorrow only hours left to decide if but it‘s unclear whether that means it‘s a motor racing championship another vote. only forfemale drivers. frustrated ministers now parliament can vote again, even at make the case that we this late, late stage, the prime the only way we ensure we leave they came through four days need to put all this behind us. of qualifiers earlier this week. minister is hedging her bets. the in good time in may 22nd there will be eighteen drivers is by approving the withdrawal agreement by 11pm on the on the grid with six races — the alternative is more division the first at hockenheim in may. and more uncertainty, leader of the host andrea led some 29th of march. to confirm the debate tomorrow but which is tomorrow. with all the risks it's unclear whether that means that that will entail. another vote. the only way we ensure if a vote goes ahead, the arguments about we leave in good time in may 20 the detail and benefits ijust keep doing what i do because and i think now politicians secondsis of the deal are gone, we leave in good time in may 20 seconds is by approving the i love it. if anybody finds that of all political withdrawal agreement by iipm frustrated ministers make seconds is by approving the withdrawal agreement by 11pm on the the case we need to put all this behind us. inspirational or sees that as parties have a duty to put 29th of march. which is tomorrow.“ the alternative is more division the national interest first and more uncertainty, something positive for themselves, with all the risks that will entail. it is really just so that we can put this the vote goes ahead, the argument about the detail and benefits of the something positive for themselves,
it is reallyjust a bonus for me. i controversy behind us deal are gone, frustrated ministers and move on to a brighter future may make the case we need to put all just want to prove it is possible. i and i think now politicians of all for the british people. this behind us. the alternative is political parties have a duty to put hour hour by hour, minute by minute, the wait for a the national interest first breakthrough of some kind more division and more uncertainty, at westminster goes on. so that we can pick this jonathan blake, bbc with all the risks that will entail. know what i can achieve and if i can for the british people. achieve it, then thousands and how news, westminster. many other female drivers can achieve it, too. i am back after and i think no politicians of all hour by hour, minute four. we should hearfrom ole gunnar so, what happens next? solskjaer, due to give a press the leader of the commons, political parties have a duty to put by minute, they wait conference in the next half an hour andrea leadsom, has told mps they will be given another for a breakthrough of some kind or so. opportunity tomorrow to debate theresa may‘s brexit deal, the national interest first so that at westminster goes on. although it‘s unclear jonathan blake, bbc whether they‘ll vote we can pick this controversy behind news, westminster. on it for a third time. if she fails, parliament will come us we can pick this controversy behind us and move on to a brighter future. so what happens next? back on monday — april 1st — now, let‘s answer some the leader of the commons, of your questions on what exactly to debate further options, will happen in parliament this week, but, it‘s worth remembering that no for the british people. hour by andrea leadsom, has told mps single option has yet drawn any and how mps will deal with issues hour, minute by minute, they wait they will be given another over the coming days. majority support so far. for a breakthrough of some kind at opportunity tomorrow to debate with me are maddy thimontjack, if mrs may can‘t get her deal westminster goes on. jonathan blake, from the institute for theresa may‘s brexit deal, through, the uk has until april 12th although it‘s unclear government, and the bbc‘s reality check correspondent, to find a way forward for eu whether they‘ll vote chris morris. leaders to consider. bbc news, westminster. on it for a third time. if she fails, parliament if it does get support, britain so what happens next? will come back on monday — will then leave the eu on may 22nd. the leader of the commons, april 1st — to debate further can you believe it is only andrea leadsom, has told mps if the prime minister keeps they will be given another to her word, this would lead opportunity tomorrow to debate options, but, it‘s worth remembering theresa may's brexit deal, thursday?! to a leadership contest, although it's unclear that no single option has yet drawn on twitter, nicola rands asks: with a new pm installed whether they'll vote what happens if may‘s deal doesn‘t in number ten by the summer. on it for a third time. any majority support so far. if she fails, parliament will come back on monday — if mrs may can‘t get her deal through, get the vote tomorrow? april ist — to debate the uk has until april 12th to find further options, but, it's worth remembering a way forward for eu leaders to consider. 0k, ok, the agreement theresa may made our chief political correspondent, that no single option has yet drawn with the eu last week was that if any majority support so far. if it does get support, britain will then leave
if mrs may can't the eu on may 22nd. mps do not approve a withdrawal vicki young, is here. get her deal through, agreement by the end of this week, the uk has until april 12th to find we have only got an extension to a way forward for eu i understand andrea leadsom has leaders to consider. if the prime minister keeps article 50 until the 12th of april. to her word, this would lead to a leadership contest, if it does get support, with a new pm installed we know mps do not want to leave until around five o‘clock to tell us britain will then leave the eu on may 22nd. in number 10 by the summer. what is going to happen tomorrow. without a deal. the big question our chief political then is, what does theresa may do to tomorrow they will vote on the try and avoid a no—deal brexit? it if the prime minister keeps withdrawal agreement, not the to her word, this would lead correspondent, vicki young, is here. seems likely she will have to go withdrawal agreement, not the to a leadership contest, withdrawal agreement, not the withdrawal agreement and political with a new pm installed declaration. the withdrawal in number ten by the summer. it is that question, what happens back to the eu and potentially ask for a longer extension to give us next? we‘re still not sure what‘s more time. at the moment we don't agreement sorts out the what does this all mean? happening tomorrow. no, but we the know what she is coming to the house plan as it stands is to have a vote arrangements, and the political our chief political of commons with tomorrow. john bercow has said he will not accept correspondent, vicki young, is here. declaration is much more loose. one but on the withdrawal agreement not the same thing being brought back as reason for doing that is that the to be withdrawal agreement and the peter, first of all, talk us through it was. there is talk of separating speaker controversially said that political declaration. there are two this thing? yes. the statement you cannot bring back the same vote parts, the money the uk is going to time and again. it has to be what might happen tomorrow. mps have got to decide later today whether pay, citizens‘ rights and then there they were set in the house of different a third time. it would is the political declaration looking agreed with eu leaders last week commons tomorrow but assuming the only spoke of passing the withdrawal fulfil that criterion put down by ahead to the future relationship. agree to set tomorrow, what we what they‘re going to do we think agreement. it did not mention the understand as they will be asked to the speaker. i‘m not sure it changes its just have a vote on one of them, the speaker. i‘m not sure it changes the numbers in the house of commons vote on just the withdrawal political declaration. there is a that gets around the speaker‘s agreement. the brexit deal had two thought, i suppose that you can reeling. he said to the government adjust approve that part of it. and and doesn‘t make it more likely to go through because the dup still key parts, the withdrawal agreement you cannot just keep have a problem with a backstop. dealing with the divorce, the money reeling. he said to the government you cannotjust keep bringing it back again and again. this would be that would meet eu terms for the which is part of the withdrawal longer extension until the 22nd of agreement? exactly. if they had any we are paying to brussels with the different and that gets around that. what i‘m not sure it does is help may. in uk domestic legislation it transition period, citizens‘ rights
with the numbers getting it through. says a meaningful vote has to thought that labour might come and a backstop. separately from that include both. it may be a moot point on—board because they accept you of the political declaration about the future relationship. previously some people think it could encourage have to have a withdrawal agreement labour to vote for it because they whatever the future relationship might decide they don‘t have a because labour seems determined not when we‘ve had meaningful votes, to vote for it. the chances of that, they will be disappointed, because problem with the withdrawal they‘ve been on both parts of the listen to kier starmer, labour‘s agreement because whatever relationship in the end, you have to deal. what we understand is tomorrow brexit spokesman. the government will seek to get an have some kind of divorce agreement. if it were to happen, the chances of agreement for the withdrawal they might not be too worried. let‘s getting through a pretty slim. we equally, we are hearing today that agreement, the divorce part of the will know by five what has been put the prime minister might try to settlement. there are a couple of have a listen to keir starmer, it reasons why they might want to do sounds like that plan isn‘t working. forward tomorrow. how legally difficult is it to separate those separate the withdrawal agreement from the political declaration and that. one is to get around the two things? if we want to ratify an ruling of the speaker not having the just put the withdrawal agreement up for a vote tomorrow. but that would same ruling of the speaker not having the sa m e vote ruling of the speaker not having the same vote on the same thing twice. equally, we are hearing today the prime agreement, we need to approve the when they have the eu summit last minister may attempt to separate the withdrawal agreement from the week, the agreed they could have a mean leaving the eu with absolutely political declaration and just put withdrawal agreement and political longer extension until may if they the withdrawal agreement up for a no idea where we're heading. that vote tomorrow. get the withdrawal agreement declaration. there is some talk through. it didn‘t say anything cannot be acceptable, and we about the political declaration. and about whether you can have them separately and in phases to ensure wouldn't vote for that. we have a longer extension from the legally how easy is it to separate but that would mean leaving those two? there is a problem. in the eu with absolutely eu, and have a little bit more time no idea where we are heading. to approve the declaration. we also the legislation that was passed in that cannot be acceptable. under the eu condition is thrashed we wouldn't vote for that. need to pass domestic legislation to the legislation that was passed in the commons last year, it said mps out at that summit, they said the had to approve both parts of the implement the withdrawal agreement. withdrawal agreement would need to deal. if they only pass the go through by 11pm tomorrow night in remember that the eu said when they withdrawal agreement, they are going a close on that bill may override to have to come back at some point order to get that delay to brexit and either get rid of that rule the provisions in the withdrawal granted the dilated exit that all until the 22nd of may, so that is which said they had to pass both that would have to happen by act. just to say that passing this why the government is pushing ahead tomorrow evening was the withdrawal
beds or approve the political domestic legislation is enough to declaration. there is a problem agreement with me to go through. if ratify the deal. tomorrow, we think. andrea leadsom, doing it this way but there are it were to go through, it means that what are the constraints on her? advantages as well. the withdrawal automatic dilated exit to beg that agreement if discussed on its own you may be 22nd would happen. if it john bercow was clear that he didn‘t does not resolve the irish backstop doesn‘t go through and there‘s not wa nt john bercow was clear that he didn‘t want the whole thing back as it was. issue, we know the dup are not even much sign of the dup are moving are from robert kitching by email: i think that is why they want to in talks with the government. it is will uk company and individual enough conservative mps let alone orders made with foreign suppliers change it to this way of doing it. once again elevate the numbers.“ before any brexit leave labour ones, we are back to the agreement, be honoured though they do have to debate this after any leave agreement evening about even sitting tomorrow, doesn‘t help with the numbers position we are back to the position we are no deal has gone through. the because it wasn‘t supposed to be a particularly by just separating doesn‘t help with the numbers particularly byjust separating the day when parliament would be here. two. the dup still have a problem dup at the that still the case? and on currently agreed terms? at 5pm, there will be the beginning with the backstop and it doesn‘t ofa at 5pm, there will be the beginning of a debate about them doing that, sound like they‘re going to shift on there‘s been conflicting stories about whether negotiations are still but we expect that would get that. then you look at labour‘s i think ithinkl i think i know what he is getting going on. apparently there are talks approved again, we think, and we should then get more detail about position, that‘s a bit more at. obviously companies, whether in interesting because at some labour going on. apparently there are talks going on. apparently there are talks going on. the dup said there weren‘t what the actual government motion will be. they have to put that down mps accept that whatever kind of a couple of hours ago, but downing street has said discussions were future relationship you have, and the uk orany at. obviously companies, whether in the uk or any other country around they‘ve been discussing there was going on as well and we understand the uk or any other country around before the house of commons finishes indicative votes, you still need a the prime ministers book to arlene the world, want to honour the terms of the agreement but they have to foster last night just before abide the by rules and regulations today. the prime minister says if withdrawal agreement. the government‘s hope might have been the prime ministers book to arlene foster last nightjust before arlene foster last nightjust before arlene foster said she wasn‘t going to back of the country in which they she gets a deal through she will that they would look at that and live with it, vote for it. the it. there is something going on but resign, so we then have a tory at the moment it‘s not concluded. if operate. if we leave with no deal, leadership contest. so, we will be problem is though, let‘s have a they will be certain circumstances the deal goes through tomorrow, the back here? lots? if it goes listen to keir starmer, the brexit where there will be things like prime minister has already said i spokesman for labour. doesn‘t sound tariffs imposed on goods. you could like it‘s going that way. sacrificed my job for that. say theoretically that a country according to theresa may‘s plan, she prime minister has already said i sacrificed myjob for that. as you which the eu has a free trade will get her deal through, then stay pointed out earlier and lots of agreement with as a result of its eu spokesman for labour. doesn‘t sound like it's going that way. equally, we are hearing today at the prime people are saying, if she‘s defeated on probably until may, the departure
membership, i agreement with as a result of its eu membership, lam date of the 22nd of may, then they minister may attempt to separate the again tomorrow, you would think agreement with as a result of its eu membership, i am thinking of countries far away, south korea, probably, how is she going to stay? withdrawal agreement from the the timings would be different but japan, there could be good is will have a leadership contest at political declaration and just put already in transit which have been that point and she would stay as the withdrawal agreement up for a eve ryo ne the timings would be different but ordered in recent weeks, which may prime minister untiljune orjuly. vote tomorrow. but that would mean everyone recognises that. leadership campaigns which have been bubbling arrive after the 12th of april. if that is what she wants. the talk away under the surface for quite a about the next leader is already long time now are going to be up and we we re arrive after the 12th of april. if we were to leave on the 12th of leaving the eu without absolutely happening, bubbling under the running. it will be very hard to april and suddenly tariffs were surface, but it will be more open, any idea where we are heading. that stop that happening. let‘s have a imposed on those goods, the terms listen to amber rudd who was once would have to change because the with people talking about it, cannot be acceptable. we wouldn't company bringing it in would have to seen as a front runner but i think although it might not be as imminent vote for that. wouldn't they? no properly not so much. these are pay the tariff. i think most as we thought. here is what amber companies would then say to the rudd had to say on leadership. people they supply to come i am theresa may could turn round on afraid those terms have changed monday if she doesn‘tjust get the extraordinary times and we have to because the tariff regime has these are extraordinary times, and withdrawal agreement through focus on the really big challenge we have to focus on the really big tomorrow because labour have said changed. if we are sending stuff that we have in hand and ifeel that no, she could say it, there you are, challenge in hand. i feel it is it‘s just from here abroad there will be indulgent to start thinking about you don‘t want brexit. that we have in hand and ifeel that it‘sjust indulgent to that we have in hand and ifeel that it‘s just indulgent to start moment when customers will have to leadership contests at a time when no, she could say it, there you are, you don't want brexitlj no, she could say it, there you are, you don't want brexit. i can see how thinking about leadership contests they would frame this tomorrow ata time be applied here? there is we have this national crisis going because they could say to the labour thinking about leadership contests at a time when we have this national crisis going on. everybody needs to uncertainty in both directions. will on. everybody needs to pull together mps, you say you respect the everything be the same? potentially, pull together to try and solve it.l to try to solve it. referendum, the ones who are and lot of people around the country no. jenny ryan asks: that is what will be on everyone‘s will agree and see just at this can someone explain how calling for a second referendum, and theresa may‘s resignation or not you know and have said publicly you moment in our national history do we impacts on the terms and/or minds. what does it mean about her except you have to have a withdrawal really need this? that‘s going to be agreement so why don‘t you vote for an issue. that was part of the point acceptability of her agreement? replacement if it is, as most people this? it could be they are preparing of theresa may saying that last would expect, a brexiteer? they this is obviously quite a political for another possible defeat, but by would expect, a brexiteer? they saying you are seeing today by night, it immediately meant people question because last night theresa would be in control of the next
like borisjohnson may did say she would resign if mps minister by voting this time night, it immediately meant people like boris johnson change night, it immediately meant people like borisjohnson change their stage, the political declaration, minds about the whole thing. but the the future relationship, and that is tomorrow, ok, it‘s now a very, very much more important to many mps, idea you would have a longer six long extension, deleted brexit and weeks or longer tory party voted for the deal. they would then what the future relationship will be others taking part in those european leadership contest at this moment, i don‘t see how that could happen like. see you later on, vicki young. elections. if she doesn't get it bea voted for the deal. they would then be a leadership contest and the without some kind of dilated exit. conservative party will have a new through, on monday the indicative leader. they did seem to persuade votes, this issue hasn‘t gone away. what is going to focus minds some of her mps to support the deal. by like. see you later on, vicki young. by 5pm, we expect to hear what the tomorrow is that if people do not there are still plans to take this vote for the withdrawal agreement beyond the politics there is another plan is tomorrow. andrea leadsom phase of negotiations we have to go made that announcement in the forward. yesterday we had to be tomorrow, the icing to the prime first amount of indicative votes but through in the eu. hourfuture commons this morning, but some sort minister you have to go back now and mps as part of the emotion they of debate is under way. here in ask for a lengthy dilated exit, relationship. theresa may has quite westminster, you might have heard would set aside monday for a second taking part in the european some protesters. they are more elections. that is what some people clearly lost sig nifica nt tuneful today than they have been in day of indicative votes. we respect the rules to be different. oliver n want. but for others it will be dragging out something which for the past, some singing as opposed to relationship. theresa may has quite clearly lost significant amount of and the other mps who have brought the past, some singing as opposed to some has gone on forfar the rather much louder shouting at this idea will try and find some way dragging out something which for some has gone on for far too long support in her own party. i think andi some has gone on for far too long and i think the government might try of getting mps to agree on a single and i think the government might try what they are trying to get at is us. the usual relatively small crowd and pick the pressure on labour mps that actually if we pass the deal proposition, a different voting and pick the pressure on labour mps and see you said you wanted brexit and move on to the next phase, they there, good—natu red. us. the usual relatively small crowd and see you said you wanted brexit there, good—natured. it is a one day system, different options. we might and respect of the referendum, vote wa nt and move on to the next phase, they want a leader they can trust to go for this otherwise it might not out and deliver what they want.“ in westminster, which makes a change find out later this afternoon what the structure will be but it could happen. have you got any questions is politics, i know. it is worth for everybody, so spirits are also be tomorrow. all they are after saying that her offer to resign conditional on the agreement being higher, even if in the house of for chris morris? quite a few passed may have tempted more commons no one knows the next step. isa also be tomorrow. all they are after is a majority at that stage? one of actually! thanks, vicky. the labour mp mary the complaints about yesterday is conservative brexiteers to say, we and if you want to find will support the deal. on the flip that none of the options put before creagh joins us now. out how your mp voted side of that if their intention is mps gota in last night‘s votes then to have a prime minister who that none of the options put before mps got a majority support. they you can go to our will look for mps to compromise more website bbc.co.uk/news, if the prime minister separates the click on ‘how did my mp they would see as a pure brexiteer, vote on brexit options?‘ withdrawal agreement from the future
from various different parties and if you input your postcode, to come together around a single then the labour party mps that she talks with the eu, is that something or the name of your mp, may need to attract to support her idea or at least to start or your constituency you‘ll labour might think about voting on? considering ideas that are into get all the details. deal will be put off by the fact she their favourite ones. everyone you at half past three were going to be absolutely not. we‘ve been very walk into is worn down. is that is going to go. six of one and half clear that this would be the most joined by chris morris the reality a dozen of the other. this is one going to play in theresa may‘s fever blind version of a blindfold brexit, for you. tomorrow? she‘s going to say, if you check team and someone from the michelle knox asks: don‘t back this, we are back to institute for government. you‘ve still got time to get your questions for a managed no deal, please can andi blind version of a blindfold brexit, and i said, actually, the whole you explain how article where we were. it depends which side and to them. that‘s an 20 minutes package is the withdrawal agreement 24 would work? airon and political declaration. i call of the debate you‘re on what‘s and to them. that‘s an 20 minutes air on afternoon live. tests conducted around them to horns on the same goat. you really interesting is that some of the grenfell tower site in west london have revealed can‘t separate the animal, so i those in the european research evidence of huge concentrations of toxic chemicals in the soil think we are seeing a bit of theatre group, the brexiteer is, they are and dust which experts have warned article 24 is article 24 of the saying a long delay to brexit, a new from the prime minister to get her could put the community at risk of long term health problems general agreement of tariffs and through the 29th of march, which including asthma and cancer. trade. we are talking about the lets not forget was supposed to be prime minister, a new leader, start here‘s our home affairs again, appeal to them. there are rules of the wto. that article says correspondent, tom symonds. brexit day, to face down the erg, that if you have, if a country has alerted by a colleague working others in the conservative party... there was a lot of groaning there! an agreement with another one, or an who have backed her, not backed out. independently, this professor others in the conservative party on gathered three bin bags of this you say it is to horns of the same stuff from the streets and flats interim agreement to have a free the money inside actually think a around grenfell tower. trade agreement or a customs union, goat, but if it is separated, as she then you cannot pay tariffs that second referendum might be in sight intends, what about the labour party agreement is being implemented, if now, an incentive tobacco deal has i would say the stuff you like. the point about leaving is not good for touching gone away. it could end up being and having close about where the blame lies. they with no deal, there won't be an being accused of being against agreement with the eu. i have seen brexit. the withdrawal agreement has will point to jeremy to your mouth or nose. about where the blame lies. they to happen, whatever the next stage will point tojeremy corbyn and say quite a lot of stuff on social media
you said you wanted brexit and they it is soil, scrapings from window know very well a huge number of saying we can force the eu to give is. the performance from the erg blinds inside flats and a lot us ten years of tariff free trade labour constituencies voted brexit shows that the prime minister had to and they will try and pin the blame of this, the burnt while they negotiate a deal in the remnants of the foam future. that is not the case. that promise a resignation to get certain on him. what labour has done insulation fixed to the outside of the tower people into line, and that any successfully is to make sure it‘s during its refurbishment. is not what article 24 says. it says nothing to do with them. theresa may declaration will be null and void once that tory leadership election will leave us prime minister, she within this soil we found a high you need an agreement in place. we level of co nta m i na nts released from the fire within said as much last night, is a deal has taken place. someone else will goes through. and the briefings a close vicinity of the tower. have not got ten years, have we? come in and say, actually, it is my we found a number of chemicals prime ministers said that publicly. way or the highway. in terms of what categorised as respiratory afterwards, everyone kept saying it happened with the indicative votes is dependent on her deal going sensitisers that might cause asthma last night, that moves towards through. i don‘t think anyone thinks monday if there isn‘t a resolution but also more focused it seems to me something that has in the very long—term she‘s going to on the chemicals that are tomorrow — what did you make of what classified as carcinogens. be there for much longer. the been taken with a grain of truth and happened last night and what would jockeying for position as the next she says there is a higher risk built into something far more be your planned for monday? of cancer and asthma but serious and far more far reaching. leader has already started. way to parliament has only had a couple of it will take further studies if you have no deal, article 24 make sure we talk about this later? hours to sort things out, so i think simply does not apply. will do it another day. thank you to determine how high a risk. trevor clarke wants to know: we will see this process continuing very much. will the government renew europe 2020 on monday and potentially further particularly in light of numbers into next week. i think what is and if you want to find the government believes of scientists looking out how your mp voted to work in europe? happening at the moment is that we in last night‘s votes, it is "generally you can go to our "a low risk" but residents living are attempting to get a consensus on website bbc.co.uk/news, you need to explain what europe 2020 certain issues, looking at what click on ‘how did my mp vote within a kilometre of the tower are needs to come forward, seeing how on brexit options?‘ furious and simply don‘t believe it because is. it is a funding programme. we they say they‘ve seen the symptoms. people could move if the prime if you input your postcode, respiratory problems, asthma, get a lot of money from europe 2020 minister‘s boat doesn‘t go her way or the name of your mp, shortness of breath, passing or your constituency you‘ll out, people coughing blood, diagnosis of thyroid problems, to go to universities and research diagnosis of cancer. tomorrow. juve to -- you voted
projects. the reason that i guess get all the details. this question is being asked is because we are net beneficiaries even motor neuron disease. from the eu under this programme. we for... what is the next stage? we get more money than we put in. there just after 3.30 maddy thimontjack, isa the air around the tower get more money than we put in. there is a big concern in the research wa nt to from the institute for government, has been sampled for... what is the next stage? we want to remain in a permanent and the bbc‘s reality check since the weeks after the fire community is that it will not be as customs union in order to have that correspondent, chris morris, and there were no concerns. this is the first study much money available after we leave frictionless border with the island of pollution in dust inside homes and soil. the eu. universities are very of ireland. we would like to see will be here for bbc ask this. susceptible to this, aren‘t they? full regulatory alignment. i voted this might be the city in line with labour party policy. we were wondering what questions to but there are still gardens put to you and we can‘t think of and they‘ve had to bring in bags yes, it is very important funding the revocation pot was in case we programme we rely upon. the answer are herein a week looking down the of soil because of concerns about any! it‘s all about lots of contamination. to question, essentially there is an barrel of a no—deal brexit on the they‘ve been brought questions. whatever you want to ask, in from buckinghamshire. 12th of april. we have 15 days to because you don‘t feel safe? element of, it depends what we that‘s a challenge to be two guests, sort ourselves out. i am clear that lose either way of getting in touch negotiate. the uk government has the brexit that was promised in 2016 absolutely not. said it does want to continue to with us. putting those two maddy, ta ke said it does want to continue to take part in it. but i think for a we don‘t have any clear answers. is so different from the brexit that that‘s what the issue is. she talked us through that is so different from the brexit that is now upon us, no clarity about our third countries normally, and chris correct me if i am wrong, third future relationship, it deserves to indicative votes yesterday and chris go back to the british people. the morris who knows everything about countries normally, they can‘t everything. maybe we will have some erg can change their mind three if we‘ve been told, again and again, normally participate where they get a nswe rs everything. maybe we will have some answers at half past three. so much money back. there will be a times, so the british people should by public health england that there are no concerns, i say to you, i say be given a second chance in three to government, i say to our local yea rs. be given a second chance in three years. what is the atmosphere like big question about the terms in authority, prove it. which the uk can continue to participate in the programme. europe in there? pretty tired. i was in in a statement, joining me debt questions this morning, and now is stephen gethins, the scottish national party‘s 2020 ends in 2020, is the name that was fun and games. —— defra.
europe spokesperson. you just want to remain, but if the the government said... suggests. there are negotiations going on at the moment about the prime minister separates the issue next seven years. we are not part of of the withdrawal and the future, do there is a lot of buzz in the tea a new study has now been ordered that negotiation because we are you think she might see a change in assuming we will have left by then. rooms. it feels like we are onto the and more health screening. the chief inspector we could pay to play to some extent. numbers? i can't see it. the of probation says the system next stage when the issues that which sees private firms monitor you pay in a bid to the eu budget to matter people‘s jobs in peoples fundamental problems with the criminals serving community withdrawal agreement are still there. the uk government‘s own sentences is irredeemably flawed. ta ke you pay in a bid to the eu budget to take part in these programmes. in analysis says it will be bad for dame glenys stacey says people the event of no deal, the government will be safer if the supervision lives in this country has not been has said it would replace the money jobs in the economy. dup have come of offenders in england and wales people get from europe with its own against it. under mentally, the is brought back into agreed. the same could be true if a the public sector. earlier our home affairs prime minister is still time to correspondent danny shaw explained money. anecdotally a lot of general election was called. this is reach out to hardline tory brexit how dame glenys came universities, scientists are already saying, we have seen the amount of not what people want. they want yea rs reach out to hardline tory brexit years and the hardline dup and she money improve, going down because we resolution rather than another hasn‘t reached out to the dems, the to her conclusions. headache. they do. believe me, mps labour party and there was other parts of the uk as well. that‘s been she is an independent inspector, she think -- money improve, going down because we think —— they think we are on the isa as much as journalists want she is an independent inspector, she is a herself in the subject and she way down. tanya in northern ireland asks: the fundamental failure from day one is there some reason why parliament resolution. we are in an sees the private companies who cannot use a preferential voting over the past three years. and just system to decide a way forward? unprecedented political crisis and supervise offenders who pose a low looking at what you voted on last to medium risk of harm doing a good it could be decided in one day! we have to find a way through it. we night. you voted against the new if only. there isn't a reason why saw coalescing yesterday around deal. you didn‘t vote on the common enoughjob, it to medium risk of harm doing a good enough job, it is substandard work, certain forms and formats, so we they are not engaging properly with market 2.0. i think last night we offenders. it‘s been reduced to a they can‘t. we are waiting to see need to work out if, when the whip what mps will do with their day next wa nted market 2.0. i think last night we wanted to send out a message to system of targets and measurements is removed from certain conservative and measurements and transactions mps and the prime minister‘s deal because it‘s all based around a remain. this was tactical voting? i week. everybody said last night was business model. that she says isn‘t files again tomorrow, which i wa nted remain. this was tactical voting? i wanted to create bag sent a clear working, you are dealing with human predict it will people‘s votes end
message. i want to remain in the eu a damp squib. they are missing the beings with complex needs and she and the best way to do so is to have up. on monday, what is your money believes the probation should be point. exactly. yesterday was about and the best way to do so is to have an option to remain with any second on? i don't know what we will be seeing the light of the land, where referendum, we need to set out what essentially brought back into state ownership, it should be a national the majority is full at the moment, voting on on monday. i think we will to leave means, whatever it happens ruling out some options. maybe if we see those motions going down perhaps to leave means, whatever it happens service. she also says she believes to be. in terms of the 2.0, nick ta ke ruling out some options. maybe if we take some of the ones with the big tonight or tomorrow night, so these that there should be ten years worth are under discussion, but i think majorities, the biggest number of bell is put in a lot of work to of investment because there are votes, there were no majorities last some sort of consensus around a that, he talked about the promises staff shortages, it problems at the of michael gove meat that you never night, the biggest support and softer brexit, and the principle moment. the key question is, will actually do a different kind of the government to listen to what she being written in, as is labour get in terms of devolving emigration voting system, where you rank the to scotland and maintaining the policy, that any new deal should be seeing? there were warnings before options according to the order in put back to the people. did he buy freedom of movement. white night but the system is partly privatised in which you like them, and see whether this is about to tell us what you you a coffee this morning? he 2014 this would happen. the wanted, not to decide how to get we can have a last option standing. government went ahead with that certainly didn‘t. you a coffee this morning? he certainly didn't. not much point. i your way through. yell like we told programme, will be lessen when the i would say there is no reason they your way through. yell like we told you what we wanted, we want to stay contracts and next year and take our can‘t do it. we have to wait to see advice? that‘s the key question. —— in the eu. i‘ve told you. if that is what they will choose to am incorru ptible! you what we wanted, we want to stay might the lesson. do. they could do it in one day. if in the eu. i've told you. but not to put on something rather than against you‘re watching afternoon live, these are our headlines... we end up with one option with a i am incorruptible! it suggests you‘re playing games. theresa may will seek to hold and if you want to find a debate and vote on brexit majority, will the government act out how your mp voted in last night‘s votes, put on something rather than against it suggests you're playing games. we in the house of commons tomorrow. upon itand weren‘t going to sell than one in other news, dust and debris majority, will the government act upon it and will mps be happy to you can go to our afternoon what the government hasn‘t support any deal that might mean it website: bbc.co.uk/news. from the grenfell tower fire has click on ‘how did my mp been able to solve in three years. polluted the surrounding area, vote on brexit options?‘ resulting in levels of toxic goes forward gear you could combine if you input your postcode, this is about talking to each other. chemicals many times or the name of your mp, higher than normal. british officials have accused or your constituency, what‘s important now is to take some the chinese telecoms firm, the two together. if you take the huawei, of not doing enough issues of the table, we need to have you‘ll get all the details. no deal off the table. it would be to allay security concerns. two options which got the most votes
yesterday, you could say, how about and in sport, ole gunnar solskjaer an option where you plump for a a line coming from the lobby catastrophic. it is devastating i has been given the manchester united permanent customs union and put it toa meeting, a uk government source still have to repeat it. do you know manager‘sjob has been given the manchester united manager‘s job full—time. he‘s has been given the manchester united permanent customs union and put it manager‘sjob full—time. he‘s been ca reta ker manager‘sjob full—time. he‘s been caretaker since she was a marine saying that friday is not a to a referendum? how many times that parliament has you‘re‘s sacking in december, graham clough asks: meaningful vote. that was ruled out voted to take it off the table and is there any winning 14 of his 19 matches in realistic way that the pm‘s deal can it is still there? you still think charge. he‘s been given a three—year be modified by the kenneth it is still there? you still think clark proposal, or are the two incompatible? by the speaker. it says the vote to it is still there? you still think deal. harry kane received his mbe they are not incompatible in the it is still there as a serious option? as long as the government is for services to football today, he sense that the political approve withdrawal agreement on still threatening it and we think declaration, which comes with the collected the honour from friday would meet the eu test to there‘s a danger, you and i will for services to football today, he collected the honourfrom prince have to talk about taking it off the william. the four—man bobsleigh withdrawal agreement, is extend the article 50 dead lying to table and i‘m going to have to see british team have been awarded a non—binding. it has language in it which reflects the prime minister's the 22nd of may. it also says that the same thing to you. what will on bronze medalfrom british team have been awarded a bronze medal from the 2014 olympics. they were promoted from faith after desire not to be in the customs union because she wants to do the 22nd of may. it also says that the motion is still subject to monday? will you know better than two russian teams failed dope tests. approval by parliament‘s speaker. independent trade deals around the anybody? whilst everybody yesterday i will be back in the next 15 world. that is non—binding language. we can speak now to anne mcelvoy — was saying it is an embarrassment minutes. —— promoted from fifth. and its failed, monday is the the slight alice in wonderland senior editor at the economist. it‘s two weeks since aspect to all of this is that many important day, isn‘t it? cyclone idai cut of the options discussed yesterday, we have been talking about the and its failed, monday is the important day, isn't it? it's part a devastating path through swathes staying in the singles market —— posturing in the tea room this ofa of south—east africa. important day, isn't it? it's part of a process. yesterday was the morning. michael gove is busy first byte of the process, it was a in mozambique, it‘s estimated almost two million people have been micro single market, all of them are talking to people. we are talking good debate, i was listening to affected by the resulting floods. about the runners and riders in a the un world food programme says people i might not agree with but technically possible with theresa new tory contest, but isn‘t there a idai has wiped out a year‘s worth may's deal because the political danger that the public will see that the way to beating different of crops in the region. declaration is not binding and does perspectives and arrangements, the major fear now for authorities and go, there we go, politicians something the government has never is an outbreak of cholera. not give any precise direction of done incidentally. that‘s the reason our correspondent nomsa maseko self obsessing, and we are still in sent this report from travel. mike perrott, northwood, london. the port city of beira. a crisis? you can't take the we have parliamentary democracy. on on customs union amendment —
monday i hope we will see some of if passed, does this still need mrs may‘s politics out of politicians, i the proposals being tightened up, suppose. there was a vacuum that was two weeks after the devastating maybe new proposals being brought cyclone struck, people who lost opened up when theresa may said she deal to pass? everything are beginning would stand down if she could get forward , maybe new proposals being brought forward, other compromises and then the slow task of rebuilding monday is ‘s to beat will be good as her dealer crossed the line. she their shattered lives. mrs may‘s deal consists of two well. hopefully by the end of monday perhaps won‘t be able to maintain amid the devastation, there will be another step forward. aspects. we have talked about the those terms. whatever happens, it looks like she will stand down there is no silver bullet to this tales of survival and tales of loss. political aspect. this is about what earlier than she thought she was mess we are in, there is no magic going to. i think that and the fact we wa nt solution. general election, is that political aspect. this is about what we want from the future relationship that in cabinet they feel a bit cut translation: we were at home but with the eu. pretty broad customs off from theresa may. i was talking moved to the school to seek shelter. union could fit within that. the some sort of billet? believe me, i when we got there, the water was too other aspect is the withdrawal to three of the contenders this would love to see the back of this high and we went somewhere else, tory government. but we also need a agreement. that deals with all of but the water kept coming. week, none of whom really knew her the withdrawal issues. it is the there were mango trees intentions. to the point of not lever to move because labour have and i climbed one with my son. money, it is citizens‘ rights, the knowing she would make that been given the bit wishy—washy on but i fell into the water announcement. not surprisingly, they where they are. we need to remain and lost my baby. northern ireland backstop, transition. we need to pass that to think there is a space and it will and have the commitment to a i tried to save him, but couldn‘t find him. ensure we do not leave without a open up probably in the next few people‘s vote with remain on the ballot paper. general election i went to a place i thought months. we are hearing that michael was safe and now he is gone. doesn‘t solve the problem we are in gove has been talking in the tea now because as we speak were still i think about him all the time. leaving the eu on the 12th of april room, and jeremy hunt has been and you cannot have a general deal. yes, you need to pass a form of the deal. you could end of the talking to the evening standard. our election before 12th. we still have political declaration to dave the runners? jeremy hunt is food is scarce. specifically say we do really want a those problems, but believe me i customs union but you do need to get would like to do anything i can for much of the vital crops a deal and largely her deal through us would like to do anything i can for have been destroyed. the commons. also from mike, if a no talking about his vision. always a us to remain in the eu and get rid of this disastrous tory government international aid is getting deal, what happens at the irish sign, once they start having visions which is causing so much damage. as opposed to just ideas. we know border? it is a really good question through but much more is needed.
you‘ve been consistent every time these people's lives to which nobody wants to give you a i‘ve spoken to you at this very have been devastated. that they are keen to do this. there spot. thanks very much. they have no livelihoods now. they've lost their homes, clear answer for perhaps understandable reasons. the uk they've lost their farms, they've lost their crops, is also sajid javid, the home they've lost loved ones. government has said it will not have you‘re watching afternoon live, secretary, a very bullish character, they're going to need help at least any checks at the border, which some sometimes impulsive. a generation these are our headlines. for the next six months to 12 months to get their feet people say it would be a smugglers younger than michael gove and jeremy theresa may will seek to hold back on the ground. charter, and the answer is it would hunt, so there would be that feeling a debate and vote on brexit in the house of commons tomorrow. after the storm, now be an intelligence led operation to in its wake comes the threat ofa in other news, dust and debris of a public health crisis. make sure that people are hunt, so there would be that feeling from the grenfell tower fire has essentially playing by the rules. of a refresh. then brexiteer‘s like what happens if they don't? who goes polluted the surrounding area, resulting in levels of toxic the focus increasingly turning chemicals many times into check in a warehouse close to higher than normal. british officials have accused to preventing the inevitable the border? you want to do it in the the chinese telecoms firm, outbreaks of diseases dominic raab, who wants a tough huawei, of not doing enough like malaria and cholera. politically sensitive not really. brexit. he has been quite principled to allay security concerns. doctors are fighting a desperate as far as brexiteers see it, because battle to help contain the outbreak. there are the laws of the land in the manchester united manager has but the challenge is enormous and in he has not been prepared to sit ireland and they are the laws of the around and wait, walked out of the been offered the job full—time. she job is brexit catholic secretary, danger of becoming overwhelming. land in europe. there are very and has been cautious about has won 11! of 19 matches in charge strict rules on food and animals for associating himself with theresa of course it spreads. how that kind of product gets into and helped manchester united reach the quarterfinals. he‘s been given a you have one case, you have the single market. if we leave with three—year deal. harry kane has to expect that you will have more may. —— brexit secretary. cases in the community. no deal technically, northern received his mbe for services to ireland and the rest of the uk will associating himself with theresa may. -- brexit secretary. and boris? football today. he collected the the health workers organise be outside the single market and honour from prince william. ireland is inside. that becomes a football today. he collected the the communities, how to treat water honourfrom prince william. great customs border on the border for boris is absolutely the front runner britain‘s four—man bobsleigh team have been awarded a bronze medal and everything to prevent rules and regulations as well. no ofa boris is absolutely the front runner of a certain brexiteer group. he
from the 2014 olympics, they were one is going to wake up on the 13th the spread of the cholera. does have a very strong support, and promoted from fifth after two of april and find barbed wire, but russian teams failed dope tests. i although only five cholera cases of course recognition and the rest will be back with a full update in have been confirmed, they will have to be a process, i of course recognition and the rest of the country, particularly with the next 15 minutes. see you then. it‘s expected many more will come. think, of working out how and where grassroots tories. it seems bizarre tests conducted around thousands of people have already to be talking about that when at the the grenfell tower site you check things. the commission may in west london have revealed been treated for diarrhoea — say, if you are not going to check moment there is this fevered evidence of huge concentrations early symptoms of cholera. on this land border, they will have of toxic chemicals in the soil to be checks in the irish sea. it atmosphere. we are 24 hours away and dust which experts have warned could put the community at risk there is no doubt the city will be a complicated conversation. from another potentially very of beira is slowly starting important vote. is it one that in of long term health problems we move on. this is from brian including asthma and cancer. to get back on its feet. any way to reasonably could actually here‘s our home affairs but beyond the city, win? she could if it is a very in the countryside, thousands thompson. he describes himself as different vote from the one she said of people are still waiting correspondent, tom symonds. confused of sorry macro. he says, if she would bring back. if it isjust for help to arrive. and with the threat of cholera a withdrawal agreement? yes. it looming, a second disaster alerted by a colleague working we have a second referendum, what could well be on the horizon. makes it a bit easier. if you are happens if the result is as inconclusive as the last one. ——? independently, this professor gathered three beanbags of this labour, you don‘t have much of a stuff from the streets and flats sta ke labour, you don‘t have much of a stake in helping theresa may get this is why people don‘t want a around grenfell tower. stuff from the streets and flats at least 19 people are second referendum because they are anything across, and you may say, around gre nfell tower.|j stuff from the streets and flats around grenfell tower. i would say worried we will come back with the staff is not good for attaching now known to have died something close either way. it withdrawal agreement and then i can following a fire at an office block and having close to your mouth or in the bangladeshi capital dhaka. get my customs union plan... that is really depends which way it falls. more than 70 others have presumably the gamble that theresa nose. it is a soil, scrapings from been injured and dozens are still missing. may has taken. yes, but also, and we window blinds inside flats and a lot people were seen shouting if you have 52% remain, there is an for help from windows and witnessess say some havejumped out of this, the apparent remnants of saw it in the votes yesterday, there of the burning tower. argument to say we go on as usual.
the former insulation fixed to the it is now thought that firefighters have brought if you have 52% leave again, people we re saw it in the votes yesterday, there were lots of nomadic to lots of outside of the tower during its the blaze under control. things. that idea of a customs refurbishment. within this oil we maltese special forces can say, we continue to negotiate. have taken control of a ship that this is one of the reasons why union, which in fairnessjeremy people are concerned about another corbyn has been saying for a long find a high level of contaminants had been hijacked by migrants. released from the fire within a they had been trying to get referendum. i don‘t know it will to europe, the ship has now been time —— there were lots of noes to close vicinity of the tower. —— brought into the island‘s main port. result some of the big questions we over 100 migrants including soil. we find a number of chemicals women and children, are grappling with. we know the had been rescued by the vessel off country is split down the middle and the libyan coast on tuesday night. we have to deal with that for some categorised as respiratory but some feared being taken back lots of things. i am not sure it is sensitiser as that might cause years to come. if another referendum asthma but also more focused on the to libya and took over the ship. voted leave, that would be pretty a resolution in itself. unlike those chemicals that are classified as a 44—year—old man has been much it politically. you could have who were saying last night... a campaign for those who want to arrested on suspicion of murder carcinogens. she says there is a after a shopkeeper was stabbed to death in a robbery rejoin the eu. but two leave votes higher risk of cancer and asthma but at his newsagents. monday, it seems as important. it it will take further studies to determine how high a risk. the ravi katharkamar who was 54, in two referendums is probably enough. maybe the best of three?! was knifed in the chest as he opened government believes it is generally was always the date to watch. we marsh food and wine in pinner, a low risk but residents living north—west london, shouldn‘t just be within a kilometre of the tower are on sunday morning. mike roberts, why is no deal being was always the date to watch. we shouldn‘tjust be wise after the event. they probably thought that furious and simply don‘t believe it facebook says it will ban users from posting praise because they say they‘ve seen the and support for far—right groups described as our default position? the norway option would do better in symptoms. respiratory problems, on its platforms from next week. these indicative votes than it did, surely the default position is our the social media giant also so we do know a bit more about the pledged to improve its ability starting position before any changes asthma, shortness of breath, passing to identify and block material shape of what they don‘t like, but are made, which is remain in the eu? out, people coughing blood, from terrorist groups. facebook has come under pressure on monday, it will be very after the live—streaming interesting which votes are then he has got a point. the reason is diagnosis of thyroid problems, of an attack on two mosques brought forward. are we seeing a diagnosis of thyroid problems, in new zealand, which diagnosis of thyroid problems, kind of revival instead of something
killed 50 people. diagnosis of cancer. even motor like norway 2.0 or whatever the last thousands of passengers because the law has already changed. neuron disease. white like the air have been left stranded around the tower has been sampled marketing nonsense was, are we now after the icelandic airline, wow air, stopped trading since the weeks after the fire and and cancelled all of its flights. see an customs union get its 2.0 by because the law has already changed. by triggering article 50, european there were no concerns. this is the moment and perhaps range a bit more the carrier — which law has changed except the clock had been in funding ticking to the end of the article 50 first study of pollution in dust talks with investors — widely? back to theresa may, the operates out of london gatwick, period. it has been pushed a little stansted and edinburgh in the uk. problem for her is, one way or inside homes and soil. this might be the city but there are still gardens bit ahead but not by much. uk law it has asked passengers another, she has staked her and they‘ve had to bring in bags of to check available flights premiership on getting the deal over with other airlines. has also changed. the date of the the line. to have a bit of it over soil because of concerns about the chinese telecoms company, 29th of march was written into law. now it is either the 12th of april the line. to have a bit of it over the line. to have a bit of it over the line and a bit hanging loose is contamination. they've been brought huawei, has been strongly criticised a bit like the electrician who comes by the body overseeing the security or the 22nd of may. the legal in from buckinghamshire. because you of its products in the uk. m, a bit like the electrician who comes in, fixes the light, but then all don‘t feel safe? leader absolutely the report has been issued the other circuits don‘t work. i default position is not remain as we by the national cyber security don‘t think it would help her case. not. we don‘t have any clear centre, which is part are. the legal default position is i enjoyed that! i love a good a nswe rs. not. we don‘t have any clear answers. that‘s what the issue is. of the monitoring agency, gchq. you leave, deal or no deal. if you narrative. always good to see you. our security correspondent have no deal that is what happens. as we‘ve been told, again and again, by public health england that there gordon corera has more. willie wilson, if we end up with the are no concerns, i say how worried should we be, garden? it nowhere option, do we still have to by public health england that there are no concerns, i say to you, i say pay all of the £39 billion divorce we are expecting confirmation of to government, i say to our local what we are hearing from the lobby isa authority, prove it. any statement, how worried should we be, garden? it is a scathing report. huawei is deal? it goes back to what i said by 5pm. we have will have a clear involved in supplying some of the idea of what that vote will be on the said... —— make the government code for our telecoms about the withdrawal agreement and tomorrow, but it looks like theresa infrastructure, and after concerns the political declaration. the may intends to separate out the withdrawal agreement is essentially over security it was put in place a saying that what we are doing, the withdrawal agreement and the future relationship, and the vote will be said. a new study has nay been monitoring system. what‘s happened on that divorce element of that £39 billion divorce bill is about
deal. plenty more to come here ordered and more health screenings. is the annual report has found paying both for eu membership during maltese special forces serious problems in the software and transition, an integral part of the later. have taken control of a ship that agreement to allow us to transition, tests conducted around had been hijacked by migrants. the grenfell tower site in west london have revealed hardware of that huawei kit in they had been trying to get evidence of huge concentrations to europe, the ship has now been but it‘s is also we are signing up of toxic chemicals in the soil place. it doesn‘t necessarily say we and dust which experts have warned brought into the island‘s main port. should be worried there is any to some of the... i don‘t see that could put the community at risk over 100 migrants including women and children, of long term health problems had been rescued by the vessel off espionage at the moment, they can including asthma and cancer. here‘s our home affairs the libyan coast on tuesday night. mitigate those risks. but clearly correspondent, tom symonds. there is a lot of concern in the alerted by a colleague working but some feared being taken back changing. start with a yes! if we long run this will be hard to trust independently, this professor to libya and took over the ship. recovered three bin huawei kit because of the poor ta ke changing. start with a yes! if we take on the nowhere option we will it‘s two weeks since continue to pay into the eu for bags full of this stuff from the soil around grenfell tower. cyclone idai cut engineering standards. the company say it is investing $2 billion to different programmes we are part of, and the obligation to be taken as a devastating path through swathes improve it by the government and of south—east africa. being part of the single market. we in mozambique, it‘s estimated almost gchq are unhappy it‘s taken them two million people have been this long and we haven‘t been able will be paying more money into the affected by the resulting floods. so far to improve the quality. the the un world food programme says idai has wiped out a year‘s worth eu going forward. yes. definitely significance is that there is a of crops in the region. yes. if we leave with no deal, we this stuff is not good for touching the major fear decision about the next stage, 5g now for authorities is an outbreak of cholera. have to go back to the table to or having close to your mouth or telecoms, and whether or not to our correspondent nomsa maseko allow huawei to be used in that. the organise the future. one of the eu's nose. sent this report from it is soil, scrapings from window the port city of beira. first questions will be, where is us has been campaigning hard against blinds inside flats, and a our 39 billion? thank you for your lot of this, the burnt it, the uk has been looking at remnants of the foam making that decision in the next few insulation fixed to two weeks after the devastating the outside of the tower cyclone struck, people who lost weeks and that makes it harder for during its refurbishment. questions. we will be doing this in the soil, we found a high everything are beginning them to approve it using huawei level of co nta m i na nts the slow task of rebuilding again, possibly foryears, questions. we will be doing this again, possibly for years, i questions. we will be doing this again, possibly foryears, idon‘t released from the fire within their shattered lives. given the concern over security know! let‘s cross to jamie robertson a close vicinity of the tower. vulnerabilities in their equipment. at the cbi conference just a short we found a number amid the devastation, but given that you say that, we are
walk from us. it is not the cbi talking about a huge company. are we tales of survival and tales of loss. of chemicals that are talking about a huge company. are we talking more about sloppiness and production than something more translation: we were at home but conference, it is the british sinister? there is no allegation chambers of commerce! you stand moved to the school to seek shelter. when we got there, the water was too there is a deliberate back door categorised as for example which would allow the chinese state corrected. what is really respiratory sensitisers that might high and we went somewhere else, potentially lead to asthma, but also more focused but the water kept coming. to steal information. the accusation interesting, it is all business, on the carcinogens, the chemicals basically. we have seen business classified as carcinogens. there were mango trees is the way it builds its equipment she says there is a higher risk of and i climbed one with my son. people here terribly frustrated cancer and asthma, but it will take but i fell into the water is the way it builds its equipment is sloppy which leaves about brexit. there is this feeling and lost my baby. vulnerabilities in the code and further studies to determine how high a risk. of, why can‘t we just get on with it the government believes it to be i tried to save him, equipment which then can be exploited by hackers or others. it‘s but couldn‘t find him. so we can carry on running business generally a low risk. the way we like to run them without not a deliberate security risk, but residents living within a kilometre i went to a place i thought having to plan for all the brexit was safe and now he is gone. of the tower are furious and simply there is still concern this is a i think about him all the time. don‘t believe that, because they say significant security risk and the problems which may or may not occur? company hasn‘t been able to address they have seen the symptoms. things like infrastructure, and respiratory problems, asthma, it so far. despite these concerns exports, imports etc. one of the shortness of breath, passing out, food is scarce. been raised. even though the company people even coughing blood, vomiting blood, diagnosis of thyroid has said it will look at them, this much of the vital crops areas which looks particularly problems, of cancer. have been destroyed. raises questions in officials minds interesting is in technology. i have international aid is getting got joining interesting is in technology. i have gotjoining me now kim mears, who is about the long—term security risks from openreach, the managing through but much more is needed. even motor neurone disease. about the long—term security risks about using huawei equipment. with these people's lives have been devastated. the sg about using huawei equipment. with director of infrastructure. and also the air around the tower has they have no livelihoods now. the 5g decision coming up, that is been sampled since the particularly significant and it they've lost their homes, might make some difference to the weeks after the fire, they've lost their farms, someone from artificial intelligence and there were no concerns. they've lost their crops, way in which the government go in at sage. at openreach, you are in they've lost loved ones. this is the first study of pollution they're going to need help at least making that decision about whether in dust inside homes or not to allow huawei to build that charge of rolling out this huge for the next six months to 12 months and in soil. to get their feet back
equipment. the us has been on the ground. campaigning hard against it while operation of fibre broadband across after the storm, now this may be the city, the country. what stage are we at? but there are still gardens, and in its wake comes the threat the company has been saying that they‘ve had to bring in bags of soil they are one of the major players of a public health crisis. and it should be allowed to build because of concerns about two parts to this. if we look at contamination. they‘ve been brought the focus increasingly turning the next generation. since 2010 it‘s in from buckinghamshire. been a partnership with a number of you don‘t feel safe to preventing the inevitable superfast connectivity, 96% of the with your children having their hands in this soil? outbreaks of diseases companies, bt for example, other uk have absolutely now had that companies, bt for example, other absolutely not. like malaria and cholera. companies as well. they will have the problem is, we don‘t have clear—cut answers. doctors are fighting a desperate questions? they like using huawei delivered. what do you mean? they that‘s what the issue is. battle to help contain the outbreak. kit amongst others because it is if, as we‘ve been told again but the challenge is enormous and in cheaper than the others. they say can order superfast connectivity. and again by public health england, there are no concerns, it‘s of good standards but officials what we have been talking about i say to you, to government and our are seeing the standard isn‘t good danger of becoming overwhelming. todayis what we have been talking about today is our programme around taking local authority, prove it. enough and that has created these concerns. there is a very fibre from the exchanges direct to complicated decision coming up for the door, be it whether it is a of course, of course it spreads. the government which is, how does it in a statement, the government said, we cholera is an epidemic situation. business or a home. that is what we take the findings balance any security concerns, the you have one case, you have relationship with china and america, are starting to do. we have already extremely seriously to expect that you will have more which might be upset if the uk does cases in the community. delivered over 1 and fully appreciate are starting to do. we have already delivered over1 million homes and allow huawei to build 5g, all of businesses. we have got a run rate the ongoing health concerns. the health workers organise that comes in with trade deals, a new study has now the communities, how to treat water of 20 thousand homes and businesses been ordered, and more questions about whether the uk will every single week. that means 20,000 health screening. and everything to prevent need them with both the us and china the spread of the cholera. going forward, and the national businesses every week get what security and espionage risks linked it‘s two weeks since cyclone idai although only five cholera cases exactly? they get full fibre, that cut a devastating path to this company. a hugely complex through swathes of south—east have been confirmed, africa. decision that‘s coming up in the uk in mozambique, it‘s estimated almost it‘s expected many more will come. two million people have been and this report will certainly feed means gigabyte connectivity. they are able to order that service. we affected by the resulting floods. thousands of people have already into it and give support to those
critics who say there needs to be the un world food programme says been treated for diarrhoea — early symptoms of cholera. caution about using that huawei have said by december 20, 3 million idai has wiped out a year‘s worth of crops in the region. homes and businesses across the uk, equipment in 5g, and 5g will be the major fear now for authorities there is no doubt the city is an outbreak of cholera. our correspondent nomsa maseko of beira is slowly starting acutely transformational technology leading to 10 million by the sent this report from which will underpin much of our mid—20s, and why not two thirds of the port city of beira. to get back on its feet. daily lives in the decades come. but beyond the city, gordon, thank you very much. the uk? this is, whatever happens in the countryside, thousands two weeks after the devastating a painting by the 15th with brexit, we truly believe this of people are still waiting century renaissance master, botticelli, has been discovered cyclone struck, people who lost for help to arrive. in britain — after more is the network that will unlock the and with the threat of cholera than a century of yellow varnish productivity growth for the uk going everything are beginning looming, a second disaster was removed from it. the slow task of rebuilding the work had been thought to be forward. that is what you are doing their shattered lives. could well be on the horizon. amid the devastation, an imitation of his famous picture, madonna of the pomegranate. in terms of infrastructure. in many ways you sit at the end of these tales of survival and tales of loss. but experts from english heritage now say it‘s a rare example from the artist‘s own studio. will gompertz reports. connections, designing ideas for a painting by the 15th translation: we were at home but artificial intelligence. what kind century renaissance master, moved to the school to seek shelter. i‘m in the english heritage of stuff are you coming up with? we botticelli, has been discovered conservation studios here in london when we got there the water was too in britain after more to see this painting, it‘s called high and we went somewhere else, than a century of yellow varnish think humans should not be spending but the water kept coming. was removed from it. madonna of the pomegranate, which the work had been thought to be time on activities machines can do. there were mango trees relates to the fruit and i climbed one with my son, an imitation of his famous picture, on the christ child‘s stomach which refers to his future the future is aland humans working but i fell into the water madonna of the pomegranate. but experts from english heritage suffering. together. we are spending a lot of and i lost my baby. now say it‘s a rare example it‘s an old painting, 1487, time and wasting a lot of energy i tried to save him from the artist‘s own studio. but it has a new attribution. will gompertz reports. rachel turnbull and her colleagues but couldn‘t find him. chasing for payments or submitting i went to a place i thought were cleaning off layers and layers tax returns and doing invoices. was safe and now he‘s gone. of thick yellow varnish and found machines can do a lot of work for i think about him all the time. us. we combine the capability of i‘m in the english heritage underneath a renaissance conservation studios here in london master‘s art work, at least
from his studio, it is a bocelli artificial intelligence and design food is scarce. to see this painting, it‘s called it for business orders within this studio painting. country today to unlock their madonna of the pomegranate, which relates to the fruit on the child‘s productivity and save them time. much of the vital crops have been destroyed. when we look at a work stomach which refers to his future what i find really interesting about international aid is getting of this age, 500 years old, and it‘s that dirty thatisit what i find really interesting about that is it all finds really suffering. it‘s an old painting, and covered in varnish, through, but much more is needed. we have to be careful we understand attractive, making life simpler, but 1487 but it has a new attribution. what we‘re dealing with. it does not work unless you can these people's lives today, after two years of careful connect me to the place which is have been devastated. rachel turnbull and her colleagues investigation, absolutely they have no livelihoods now. we re rachel turnbull and her colleagues were cleaning off layers and layers it is from botticelli‘s workshop. going to sort out my income tax? they have lost their homes and lost their farms of thick yellow varnish and to be and lost their crops. they have lost loved ones absolutely. there are two ways of found underneath at a renaissance and they are going to need help doing that. one is through a fixed master because my art work, at least at least for the next six months initially, you weren‘t sure. from his studio, it is a bocelli this is like being a detective. network, which is what i deliver, to 12 months to get their feet back on the ground. and also 5g going forward. just after the storm, now studio painting. when we look at a in its wake comes the threat work of the siege, 500 years old, as the layers come off, you get more remember the ambition. nationwide of a public health crisis. and it‘s that dirty and covered in and more hints as to what it governmental ambition, fibre might be and eventually varnish, we have to be careful we there is a revelation. connectivity by 2033. one quick what was the point at the focus increasingly turning understand what we‘re dealing with. which you knew it had come from to preventing the inevitable botticelli‘s workshop? outbreaks of diseases today, after two years of careful it is all these different pieces of evidence question. how will this change our like malaria and cholera. investigation, absolutely it is from coming together, infrared paint lives over the next ten years?“ doctors are fighting a desperate sampling, combining that with talking to experts who are used battle to help contain the outbreak. botticelli‘s workshop. to looking at botticellis. but the challenge is investigation, absolutely it is from botticelli's workshop. initially, and could recognise you look now, today if you had that enormous, and in danger you won‘t show. this is like being a the handwriting of the of becoming overwhelming. people working in that space. full fibre connection, in respect of detective. as the layers, you get in your home, be it whether you want more and more hints as to what it when you pull that a download in a matter of seconds, of course, of course, might be and eventually there is a together you get to a consensus that, yes, there is no time to even put the we pray at the moment. revelation. what was the point at which you knew it had come from we know what it is now. kettle on, forget it. in respect of cholera is an epidemic situation. online, so you could be online
botticelli‘s workshop you see when you have one case it wasn‘t really the romantic myth shopping, somebody could be watching you have to expect that which you knew it had come from botticelli's workshop it is all these different pieces of evidence of the artist working the video, somebody could be gaming, you will have more all of that and more. more cases in the community. coming together, infrared paint away in his studio, maybe cold and therefore, the health workers starving. sampling, combining that with he was running a business importantly, as we look forward, we are in the communities, talking to experts who are used to and a factory. he couldn‘t produce these kind begin to unlock the world of working working with those communities, of works on his own. looking at botticellis. and could he would have had people doing helping to organise them how carpentry, people sketching, doing recognise the handwriting of the the painting itself. to prevent and how to treat people working in that space. when it was a business, as you say. from home, cloud computing. it is the water and everything to prevent you pull that together you get to a all there and more. thank you both. the spread of the cholera. consensus that, yes, we know what it you‘ve done a greatjob in your back to you. although only five cholera cases have been confirmed, business, congratulations. it‘s expected many more will come. this painting will jamie, if you were talking about is now. it wasn't merely the brexit for three hours i am not sure romantic myth of the artist working have a frame put on it you would know where you were! thousands of people have already been treated for diarrhoea — away in his studio, may be cold and early symptoms of cholera. and be on display in now let‘s get the weather with starving. he was running a business blackheath london, darren bett. hello there. some where you can come and have a look there is no doubt the city and a factory. he couldn't produce for yourself. of beira is slowly starting these kind of works on his own. he time for a look at the weather... changes to come this weekend. today to get back on its feet, is turning into a lovely day for but beyond the city, would have had people doing in the countryside, thousands most parts of the country. lots of carpentry, people sketching, doing hello. seeing warm sunshine for most of people are still waiting the painting itself. it was a blue skies lifting those for help to arrive, of us today. still a bit cloudy temperatures after a chilly start. business, as you say. white like still high pressure around. a lot of and with the threat of cholera you‘ve done a greatjob in your across east anglia and the south—east of england and more cloud looming a second disaster business, congratulations. this painting will have a frame put on it into the far north—west of scotland, could well be on the horizon. and be on display in a black london, reina not far away and the winds are dry weather, too. not sunny nomsa maseko, bbc news, everywhere. more clout affecting east anglia and the south east of where you can come and have a look quite strong. elsewhere, england. a weather front approaching for yourself. the far east of scotland. the cloud beira, mozambique. temperatures feeling quite pleasant. time strong winds tend to ease in the north of scotland. some apache mist breaking up in northern ireland.
for a look at the weather... temperatures of 16 degrees should here‘s darren bett. feel very pleasant. quite windy in and fog further south, mainly wales the north—west of scotland. strong coming up, we will be live in and fog further south, mainly wales to gale force winds will ease down and the west midlands, perhaps some overnight. the cloud sinks it‘s way bristol and manchester for news frost in rural areas. clear skies in nationwide. a beautiful blue sky at least the sun is out now. it‘s a over the elizabeth tower. normally, the east. that mist and fog further into scotland and northern lovely day across many parts of the ireland. a pinch of frost in rural country. after what was a chilly elsewhere singles, sunshine from this angle, you would be able start, it has warmed up nicely. blue developing widely. a bit more cloud areas as we have seen of late. it to see two faces of that clock. coming into northern ireland. a will be a chelli or night for east skies and sharp share. it‘s not been let‘s get the weather now with little light rain or drizzle for the darren. sunny everywhere, this was earlier anglia and the south—east as skies on in norfolk where we‘ve seen a highlands, temperatures lower it clear. —— a chilly. the mist and fog here, 17 degrees is likely across much more cloud. but it‘s quite we have blue skies across many parts thin. had a look at the satellite, eastern parts of england. over the of the country today. a lovely day weekend in the biggest change if the doesn‘t last too long. sunny skies this is over the last few hours. you for most places. a couple of weather temperatures are going to be developing. more clout in northern can see how that area of cloud has dropping, turning colder, but for ireland, western and northern watcher pictures to start with this the most about it is still dry with scotland. light rain for the been thinning, shrinking and some sun at times. evening. this is gosport in breaking. still got more cloud in highlands of scotland. temperatures the north west of scotland where it hampshire, where there has been down to 9 degrees. for eastern little cloud around today, is quite windy at the moment. light pleasa ntly warm england, 17 to 18 in the sunshine. little cloud around today, pleasantly warm with the light winds. a little thin cloud here in winds elsewhere and in the sunshine this weekend, some changes. the at 15 or 16 degrees. feeling very biggest change is that the daytime northumberland. this is the main pleasa nt at 15 or 16 degrees. feeling very pleasant indeed. tonight me whence temperatures will be dropping will dropped a bit over the north throughout this weekend. still a lot west of scotland but this cloud of dry weather. we have a weather comes barging back in to scotland belt of cloud here, towards the front on the scene. it is very weak. north—west, and that will move south it is not producing too much rain. and northern ireland. clear skies bringing changes over the weekend.
for longer, list patches over the behind that from the north this is things are slow moving through this where we introduce colder air. a big evening and overnight. the wins that south west of england. a pinch of have been strong in the north—west contrast on saturday. there is the will ease, and we will see cloud frost as we‘ve seen over the past wea k contrast on saturday. there is the weak weather front. rain and drizzle pushing further into the north west few nights. clearer skies in the on that. many over the hills as it of scotland, into northern ireland, south—east and promises of more moves into northern england and ahead of its clearer skies. this north wales. patchy cloud develops sunshine tomorrow. that mist and fog then fog in wales, the west midlands shouldn‘t last too long, plenty of behind it. some wintry showers. sunshine per england and wales, for in the south—west, where there could also be a pinch of frost. more a while across eastern parts of scotland. more cloud for northern temperatures making double figures sunshine than today across to east ireland as well. a bit of rain and in central scotland. 17 to 18 in the anglia and the south—east tomorrow. drizzle in the far north of south—east of england. that weather anglia and the south—east tomorrow. scotland, pegging back the front is just a band of cloud. it a bit more cloud coming into temperatures. in the sunshine, 16, scotla nd a bit more cloud coming into scotland and northern ireland. we have a bit of patchy rain for the possibly even 18 degrees. into the continues to move south. we may highlands, where temperatures are weekend it‘s going to get a bit start off cloudy across southern generally down into single figures. colder. you will notice the ahead of that, with the sunshine, counties of england. sunshine difference with the daytime elsewhere. a chilly start. the winds temperatures with colder air from will be quite late. —— mike light. the north. still mostly dry, a like today, 17, 18 celsius. all well weather front on the scene but it‘s and good, but some changes at the very weak. most of that rain is just weekend, the main one being that it we may make double figures in fading away. here is the colder air will turn colder by day. most places southern parts of england and wales. seven celsius there. will turn colder by day. most places from the north during saturday. will be fine and dry. a weak weather still quite a contrast in the front is bringing rain to the north temperatures on saturday. there is that we could buy the front, a little bit of rain and drizzle, not west of scotland tomorrow. behind that, we draw down the colder air very much. ahead of that summer from the north. saturday sees some
sunny spells, but there showers in big contrasts. a little rain and the far north—east of scotland could drizzle moving into northern england bea the far north—east of scotland could be a touch wintry. towards the and north wales. showers in the far south—east, we still got temperatures of 17 or maybe 18 degrees. however, it all changes in the south as we move into saturday. north—east of scotland could be wintry. it will be cold enough for no rain on the weather front at this stage because it‘s all getting dried that. in the south—east of england, out by that building area of high we will see temperatures of 17 pressure. more cloud across southern celsius, much colderfurther we will see temperatures of 17 celsius, much colder further north. it is just parts of england and wales. sunny celsius, much colder further north. it isjust a celsius, much colder further north. it is just a band celsius, much colder further north. it isjust a band of celsius, much colder further north. it is just a band of cloud as that spells through the day, fairweather front sinks south overnight. that is cloud bubbling up, they whence are because high pressure builds in light. a dry day to come on sunday. behind, so it draws out any we are all into this cooler and moisture. there will be cloud fresher air, 12 or 13 in the around, and fair weather cloud will bubble up through the day. light south—west but not seeing 17 degrees winds, spells of sunshine. we are over the next few days. early next all in this colder, cooler, fresher week it might get briefly even air, and we may get double figures across southern parts of england and wales, but struggling around seven colder. or eight celsius in north—east england and north—east scotland. see you later.
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with ollie foster. i‘ve got a question for you. what good afternoon. did four manchester united players it‘s been a fantastic turnaround for manchester united since ole gunnar solskjaer took say to their new players this over from the sacked afternoon? is this a joke? ole, jose mourinho in december. they are challenging for a top four finish in the premier league, and are through to the champions league quarterfinals. that‘s why the club have given him say to their new players this afternoon? is this ajoke? ole, ole, ole, ole! terrible! he was a very a three—year fulltime contract. here‘s david ornstein. proud man this afternoon. ole gunnar solskjaer says getting two fa cup two, six premier league the manchester united job is the ultimate dream, and he feels honoured titles and a champions league and privileged. triumph, ole gunnar solskjaer was three months after taking over revered as a player at manchester from jose mourinho in a caretaker capacity he‘s been given a three year deal today. united. since returning as interim with 14 wins out of 19 in charge they are challenging for a top four manager late last year, his stock finish in the premier league has only risen, overseeing a and are through to the champions league quarterfinals, he‘s been speaking in the last half dramatic upturn in form and an hour. atmosphere in a job he had always this has been my, of course, ultimate dream, all the time. may be wanted. there are so many managers a naive dream, but i've always had who would love to be manager of manchester united. i am one of them. that dream in my mind, to have this
those who played with him believe he responsibility for this huge, will shine in the dugout. the way he fantastic family of a football club. started, the way he has gone about i'm so honoured and privileged to be his business, got results, played given this fantastic responsibility football, a smile on the players to lead us forward. when i got the faces, the staff and everyone, it's like, wow, he has done something special. but the club say the job, we were 11 points behind fourth. now we've given ourselves a results speak for themselves and great chance to be in the top four, that solskjaer has the backing of everyone at manchester united, and even top three. so that's got to including the fans, as he looks to ta ke including the fans, as he looks to take them back to where they need to be the short—term target in the be. it was a horrible feeling about league and premier league is vital for us, and of course we've been the place under josey be. it was a horrible feeling about discussing how to move the club the place underjosey moreno. most forward. that doesn't mean we've said xamount of the fans felt the same way i did. forward. that doesn't mean we've said x amount of money or x amount of players, we have sat down and after the third, fourth result, it discussed, but now it's easier to be showed that united are back. white clear about what we need to do. mike russell schar's appointment is not only big news in england but because we will do some business this summer. to lift the premier also in norway, where his impact league trophy again is what we goes beyond the men's game. he is a expect, what we're used to, what we great hero for everyone in norway. i
have done so many times. we can't remember him coming to his camp on wait for too many years but we have his bike, cycling to training like a to take step—by—step. it's not like it's going to happen overnight, normal down—to—earth guy. that made an impact on me. solskjaer has one 14 of his 19 games in charge and catching 15, 16 or 17 points or guided united to the champions wherever we are behind the top teams league quarterfinals. the challenge now. now is to recapture former glories the england captain harry kane has received his mbe and in doing so be remembered for services to football. prince william presented the spurs alongside manchester united‘s all—time greats. striker with the honour england captain harry kane at buckingham palace. has received his mbe it was also recognition for services to football. for england‘s performance at last prince william presented the award year‘s world cup in russia at buckingham palace. it was also recognition for england‘s performance at last year‘s world cup in russia, where they reached the semi—finals. where they reached the semi—finals. kane won the golden ?boot, he also scored in both euro qualifiers in the last week, something the prince wanted to talk about. we spoke a little bit about the we spoke about the games last week a games last week. he is a big little bit, he is a big england football fan. watching england play foot ball little bit, he is a big england football fan, he congratulated us like we did and win the games, he and that, spoke a little bit about charity work and things like that, congratulated us on that. i spoke a so yes, it was great to have a chat little about the charity work and with him again and i'm sure we will
enjoy the next few years. things like that. it was great to have a chat with him again and i am sure we will over the next few great britain‘s four man bobsleigh yea rs. sure we will over the next few years. team have been awarded great britain‘s four—man bobsleigh a bronze medal from the 2014 team have been awarded a bronze medal from the 2014 sochi winter olympics. sochi winter olympics. they finished they finished fifth, but fifth but the international olympic the international olympic committee committee have confirmed have today confirmed the disqualification of two the disqualification of two russian crews for doping, russian crews for doping, bumping up the quartet bumping up the quartet ofjohn jackson, stuart benson, ofjohn jackson, stuart benson, bruce tasker and joel fearon. bruce tasker and joel fearon. great britain‘s total medal haul great britain‘s total medal haul from sochi is now five, from sochi is now five, matching the record set matching the record set at the pyeongchang games last year at the pyeongchang games last year. five british drivers will take part in the inaugral w—series that i ruptured my achilles injuly, you starts in may. it‘s a motor racing championship only forfemale drivers. they came through four days know, seven months before the games, of qualifiers earlier this week. there will be six races, and it was a long, painful slog and me ntally and it was a long, painful slog and mentally draining to get to the olympic games. we weren't even sure with the first at hockenheim in may. i was going to get there at the start, so for us to have not been going potentially to then going and getting there and then when winning ijust keep doing what i do because a medal, it was the fairy tale i love it. if everybody —— anybody medal, that would have been nice to have happened at the time, but, for finds that inspirational, or sees us, it's nice to know that we that as something positive, it is a bonus for me. i want to prove it is finally got the medal we deserve.
possible. i know what i can achieve and if! possible. i know what i can achieve and if i can achieve it then five of the 18 drivers in motor—racing‘s inaugral w—series will be british. thousands of other young female the six race championship is only for female drivers. they came through four days drivers can too. i do my after of qualifiers earlier this week to book their place on the grid. the first race is at three. thank you hockenheim in may. ijust keep i just keep doing let‘s return to brexit — ijust keep doing what i do because and one of britain‘s i love it. if anyone finds that leading business groups has renewed its attack on politicians‘ handling of the uk‘s inspirational or, you know, sees departure from the eu. earlier, the head of that as something positive for the british chambers of commerce, themselves, then it really isjust a adam marshall, accused mps of "chasing rainbows". bonus for me. ijust want to prove so what do business owners think? it's possible. i know in the back of we can speak now tojennifer brown, who owns a luxury leather my head what i can achieve, and if i accessories company in oxford. and stephen britt, who owns can achieve it, then thousands and a storage and logistics however many other young female company in suffolk — he‘s in westminster. thank you both. jennifer, you run a drivers can achieve it too. that is all your support on afternoon live. luxury accessories business. i think it is already suffering as a result of the uncertainty, is that right? now on afternoon live — let‘s go nationwide — we have had a twofold hit. and see what‘s happening around post—referendum we were hit by the the country — in our daily visit exchange rate. and since january a to the bbc newsrooms around the uk.
let‘s go to stuart flinders lot of our stocks are being more in manchester to tell us about a good gym in liverpool where the members run to a different cautious in reordering because nobody knows what is happening. we community project every week to offer help. and amanda parr is in bristol are trying to preserve cash. those to tell us about the queen‘s visit to somerset. i think she named a horse, we will who are your goods, luxury get more details on just a moment. department stores, what are they saying to you? we have had a lot of so stuart — what is the idea behind these good gyms? it isa it is a gym but not as we know it, comments about how they will reorder their main exercise is to run but they don‘t just their main exercise is to run but in april, may. but that has pushed they don‘tjust run, they incorporate a good deed as well, so on from march time. it has pushed they may stop to pick up litter or back while nobody knows what is they may stop to pick up litter or they may stop to pick up litter or they may do some redecorating or digging. we filmed them in everton going to happen. stephen, i am park in liverpool helping volunteers to plant seeds. so basically local getting increasingly sick and tired charities get in touch and say we need a hand, and members of the good of the sioux pine politicians in charge. you said that in november. gym incorporated into their exercise, and that‘s pretty much how it works. what other sorts of you voted leave. would you still projects are they doing? there are now? absolutely. if anything it is now 50 good gyms across the uk, more firm than it was before. why? liverpool started only last year and in its first year it has carried out
no fewer than 700 good deeds across just to see how the process has gone the city helping community groups over the last two and a half years. and individuals. as i say, we saw them ina the eu have taken us for idiots. we and individuals. as i say, we saw them in a park in liverpool where them in a park in liverpool where the local volunteers didn‘t have have acted like idiots at the enough hands to plant all of the negotiating table and have been left seeds, so there would be some flowers around springtime, and the up negotiating table and have been left upa creek negotiating table and have been left up a creek without a paddle. we have got a day and a bit to go until the organisers are hoping to set up a good gym in every town and city in original deadline and that is not the country, so exercise that does good as well as making you feel going to happen. the government has good. ray stewart, we didn't get to failed. they have left the country see the pictures but we sort of know ina right failed. they have left the country in a right mess with major doubts what you are talking about, those of over the ruling classes. you are in you who go to the gym regularly. now to bristol, the queen managed to pack a lot into her trip to the storage and distribution. what preparations have you had to make? west, amanda ? pack a lot into her trip to the west, amanda? it's true, her majesty presumably quite a lot? so i‘m quite arrived at around ten o'clock this morning. the opposite. with our business we pulled into castle cary station on the royal train where the crowds had gathered — lots of school children included waving their flags and she was met are importing from outside the eu. by the lord lieutenant of somerset — the only thing that will affect us, annie maw — a perfect start to the day weather wise — the queen dressed whether the tariffs will change, and in an angela kelly lime green thatis and ivory summer tweed dress
whether the tariffs will change, and that is easy. the other thing would with coat and matching hat — and without much ado she was off be the digital volume of trade that to the stables of paul nicholls in ditcheat — where they kept her busy — she fed carrots to former manchester united manager might hold up our own imports. we alex fergusson's horse. have done absolutely nothing. haven't had to. simon, you are she named a new police horse, you we re she named a new police horse, you were right, and spoke to representatives from bath university who have been developing a sort of com pletely haven't had to. simon, you are completely wrong at any point, you fit bit for horses. paul nicholls said he was more nervous about the can say xxx ——! jennifer, while the queen's visit than he had been about racing at cheltenham this year. he wea kness can say xxx ——! jennifer, while the weakness of the pound has been in also showed her an empty stall and direct response to what is happening promised any time her majesty wanted behind me, who do you blame for to stable a horse with him she would where we are now? very much the be most welcome, and also presented her with a picture of the queen mother, handing him the hennessy cup backin mother, handing him the hennessy cup back in 1987. much excitement at the levers campaigning with fictitious outcome everyone impressed but not nonsense on the side of buses. and surprised by the queen's interest and her knowledge. various illegalities that persuaded surprised by the queen's interest and her knowledgelj surprised by the queen's interest and her knowledge. i think very a lot of people, the falsehoods that interested , and her knowledge. i think very interested, from just watching and watching her look at the horses and things. she is obviously an have got us into this mess. the only a nswer have got us into this mess. the only extremely knowledgeable woman when answer really is to go back to the it comes to horse racing, and just people to say, well now you know the looked to me like she was fascinated by all of it.
truth, is this really what you want? amanda, it was then off to a local what would you say to stephen, who school? that's right, on to kings says leaving the eu will be fine? bruton school for some lunch and to officially unveil their new music block. the school has recently what would you say to stephen, who celebrated its 500th birthday. what says leaving the eu will be fine ?|j prefer to leave the eu without the did she eat? we know it was deal right now. i have been on the something cooked by the pupils, and fence for so long to accept this involved a lot of lovely somerset produce, including apples in the pudding with a cider twist, we are dreadful deal theresa may has negotiated, or do we leave with no told, and then she finished it all off with a trip to a nearby art deal? i would leave with no deal. gallery, before being whisked away by helicopter. we've checked on the what do you sayjennifer to those queen's official engagements for the year ahead and it does look like who say there is not the worry around about no deal that many today's trip was her only full—scale visit outside of london. there are a people are saying? i disagree. i think it would be catastrophic for few garden parties and reception at windsor and that sort of thing, but our economy. i don‘t think we can we think this has been something try to predict what would happen. really special, so thank goodness the pound would fall considerably the early fog we had lifted and the further, so it would affect those we st the early fog we had lifted and the west could give her majesty a proper sunshine welcome today. amanda, we importing. who knows what will we re sunshine welcome today. amanda, we were not able to show the pictures happen to consumers, jobs being lost of the horse a moment ago, we are doing it now, give us a rerun. what etc? i think it is an base.|j
can you see? i can see carrots and happen to consumers, jobs being lost etc? i think it is an base. i know you by a lot of leather goods from the horse and the queen, not necessarily in that order. that is argentina. what about markets like that? are they beginning to have former manchester united manager alex ferguson's course. there was second thoughts? no, we haven't the new police horse that she named. she was speaking to members of bath university, who you remember i said sensed that at all. it is more have been developing a sort of expensive for us to buy the goods. fitbit for horses as well. that is we would have to increase hour really unfair getting you to do it prices. nobody wants that to happen. all again twice, but it was worth it. it's nice to see it happening, stephen, if theresa may is watching you're right. plenty more on you right now, what is your message points—based tonight. thank you. as she considers her own future and an attempt to get this deal through thank you both. one more time? go and go soon would the chinese telecoms company, huawei, has been strongly criticised be my first message. we are stuck by the body overseeing the security of its products in the uk. with this awful deal. let's get onto the report has been issued by the national cyber security the next stage with a bit of centre, which is part certainty on the table so we can of the monitoring agency, gchq. our security correspondent, gordon corerra has been looking at the report. move forward. honestly, i am certainty on the table so we can move forward. honestly, lam not looking forward to another five years of negotiation about our it doesn‘t necessarily say we should relationship with the eu in the be worried there is any kind of
future. it is going to be espionage or problem at the moment, as they say they can mitigate those horrendous. thank you both for joining us. risks, but clearly there is a lot of concern that in the long run this before last night‘s indicative votes does make it harder to trust huawei on brexit, of course, theresa may promised her own mps kit because of the poor engineering she‘d resign as prime minister — if her deal is passed. standards was that the company say so what effect did that offer have? it has invested $2 billion to try to our brussels correspondent adam fleming, political editor improve it but the government and laura kuenssberg and europe editor katya adler discuss this gchq are very unhappy it has taken in the latest instalment them this long and they so far of the bbc‘s brexitcast — haven‘t been able to improve the let‘s take a listen to some of it: quality. the significance of this is there is a decision coming up about there is a decision coming up about the next stage, 5g telecoms, and whether or not to allow huawei to be used in that. the us has been was her resignation ever designed to campaigning hard against it, the uk win over the dup? they were not the has been looking at making that decision in the next few weeks, and this clearly makes it harder for ones who had a problem with the them to approve using huawei, given leadership. it was jacob rees mogg and boris etc. for ages we have been them to approve using huawei, given the concern over security vulnerabilities in their equipment. that is it from college green today, as far as talking about, you first. you come that is it from college green today, as faras i‘m that is it from college green today, as far as i‘m concerned. christian fraser will be here with the five o‘clock news but before we do that, back fundamentally too, was there jamie robertson will be bringing you anything in the constitutional
changes, the wrapping up the deal in the business news, though he is, and a different way, that might have the business news, though he is, and the headlines before we go to him. been acceptable to the dup? i don't theresa may will seek to hold a debate and vote on brexit think, as you suggest, that alone in the house of commons tomorrow. was expected to move the dup as a in other news, dust and debris from the grenfell tower fire has polluted the surrounding area, single act, but as a way of creating resulting in levels of toxic chemicals many times higher than normal. british officials have accused political momentum. we have talked the chinese telecoms firm, about it so often throughout this huawei, of not doing enough process. it is not always about the to allay security concerns. precise policy issues on the table. it is about creating a sense of energy, creating a kind of inevitability. it looks very let‘s go to jamie, who isjust around the corner here in difficult tonight to see how it is westminster, jamie robertson.” going to change things in a very dramatic way. it means the dup still around the corner here in westminster, jamie robertson. i am standing outside the queen elizabeth ii centre in westminster, a few hold the prime minister pours micro yards away of course from the houses future in their hands.|j of parliament but also this is where the british chambers of commerce hold the prime minister pours micro future in their hands. i was asked this evening, does all this have been having their annual conference. and they‘ve been resignation, non—resignation, who listening to a lot of people a lot thought this through shenanigans, of business people, a lot of make theresa may look even weaker in economists, and a lot of politicians. some of the politicians eu eyes? i said, no, you couldn't have not gone down particularly
look weaker. i always say this. and well. there was a feeling very much they were talking about politics and lam sure what the business community wanted look weaker. i always say this. and i am sure i will repeat it. but at to hear about was business and what the beginning of this process, when they could do. all that said, a lot we weren't sure who was going to of other things going on, a lot of replace david cameron, we were talk about the way british business is going and coping with brexit. asking people, decision—makers in joining me now is sarah howard, the the eu, who do you prefer? are you vice chair of the british chambers of commerce. what kind of day has it worried about a hard brexit year? been and what have all the members been and what have all the members the answer always was, at the end of been telling you during the day?” the day the eu wants to do an exit think adam marshall's speech this deal with the uk but in order to do morning, our director—general, so they need a prime minister who really reflected what the membership is thinking, which is that we have has enough of a majority and support had enough. it has gone on for long enough now. we need to make sure we that they could do a deal with brussels and sell it back home. and avoid a disorderly and messy exit, but we need something to action. we theresa may has not managed to do that. that is available on the bbc are trying to plan for what is going on but they keep changing the deadlines, which is very difficult for a business to plan for, and we sounds app. nigel evans is with me. just need some movement. you been going around the country talking to your members and to businesses, and you have just been over there. what is the atmosphere like this morning? what kind of stories have you come
is something going on?” across? all sorts of stories. right is the atmosphere like this morning? is something going on? i think there the way across the nation, whether it isa is. during business questions, when the way across the nation, whether it is a big company or a medium company or a small company. i'm from the leader of the house normally tells you what is going on, and suffolk, i have particular examples from their of a fantastic goose mostly all we know about tomorrow is that it mostly all we know about tomorrow is thatitis mostly all we know about tomorrow is that it is called friday. and we are producer who has not been able to get all of their foot off the trees all back. we weren‘t due to be in on for the last two years, so they have got fruit rotting on the trees, and thatis got fruit rotting on the trees, and that is for three reasons. firstly all back. we weren‘t due to be in on a friday. everybody has had to because of the state of the pound, change their plans, including the staff of the house of commons europeans not finding it so because extra staff will have to be financially viable to come over anymore, they are unsure of their brought in. it is a big thing to sit status and they are feeling ona brought in. it is a big thing to sit on a friday when you are not particularly welcome. so what can expecting to. i don't suppose the you do about this sort of thing?” think we can give them some answers, it's as simple as that. as business, country is sympathetic. expecting to. i don't suppose the country is sympatheticlj expecting to. i don't suppose the country is sympathetic. i think it isa we need to plan ahead, notjust for country is sympathetic. i think it is a case of, just get on with it. next week or next year, we plan for this suspicion that the prime five years ahead and that is what we would like to see, some proper minister, to get her deal through, planning so we can get on with would separate the withdrawal part business. what about a skills of it from the future arrangements pa rt of it from the future arrangements part of it, is that a go? it may be shortage, in some ways it has caused rages —— micro wages to rise up a enough to get it onto the floor. little bit. that‘s not too bad, is don‘t forget, it has to get past the it? where we have a massive skills
shortage a veil, and as brexit speaker. part of the problem under continues we will have to provide the old arrangement is that he has our own skilled labour and that is lacking at the moment. there are so ruled out a third goal. is he being many places, i have one company i fair? let's just speak to, many places, i have one company i speakto, and many places, i have one company i speak to, and they have 22 skilled vacancies at the moment, which means ruled out a third goal. is he being fair? let'sjust say a number of people are saying that the standing they cannot fulfil the orders they orders have been changed somewhat to are getting and they are turning work away. i am on the board of west favour those who want to frustrate or dilute the brexit legislation the government has brought forward. suffolk college, they are working with young people of all ranges, there is some nervousness that they are not just fighting print or degree level friendship, there is some nervousness that they are notjust fighting the remainers sitting on the other side in the whatever it is, but they are facing main, but also that they have to get a 30% real terms cut in funding at the moment, yet they are being asked this passed the chair. i think that to produce more and more skilled is what government ministers have labour. many people believe that been doing this morning. they had brexit really only affects you if meetings with the speaker to try to you are involved in coming in and fish out from him what is acceptable out of the country, sending goods in and what is not. what you will see and out of the country or people in and out of the country or people in and out of the country or people in later tonight is a business and out of the country, does it affect everybody, do you think?” statement from andrea leadsom, the leader of the atlas, detailing think so, i have a real—world exactly what we will be doing example, i got my nice small tomorrow. —— leader of the house. hairdressers, and he was saying that brexit doesn't really affect me,
i've not really listen to what is then we can start the business of getting on to what we need to do, going on, and then he said all his products have gone up by 18%. ok, so which is get to me the 22nd. you say whether your product come from? that what if the withdrawal germany. so brexit is affecting agreement is separated the issue of everybody. so what do you want out the irish backstop will not be resolved. and as far as we are being of government though, from what you heard of politicians, what did you told, the dup are not even talking at the moment? i talked to a think? i think we still need a lot more clarity, which is something we minister who said they were talking have been seeing for the last three years, we need something to happen to officials. there are talks going and something to change and we need some movement now. do you think in on. i spoke to the dup last night. some movement now. do you think in some ways bigger companies are more capable of writing over this? i they were not for budging. even the ones that i call reasonable were mean, it is the smaller companies digging their heels in. we do need m who possibly could really be at the on board —— we do need them on cutting—edge in the next few months. may i run a small company and i don‘t have the resource or the time or the money frankly to put a lot of board. it was significant yesterday. a number of things happened. boris effort into planning for brexit, particularly as we don‘t know when johnson, arch brexiteer, announced it is going to happen or what is happening. i can‘t spend money on he would support the deal through that so i think i am pretty gritted teeth. jacob rees—mogg, announced he would support it. with representative of our network, the smaller businesses. the larger ones are ina
smaller businesses. the larger ones are in a much better place, as you say, because they can invest time announced he would support it. with an apology? yes, with an apology. we and money, but that money they are investing could be a lot better are all looking at the hierarchy of spent if they are putting it toward choices. what came closest to skills and infrastructure and planning going forward, rather than winning the no man no, no dealing with something that we don't know what is going to happen or whether it is going to happen. do declarations yesterday was a permanent customs union which will stop us from doing the freight —— you think there has been an free trade deals we want to do. you opportunity cost as well? definitely, i can give my own personal example, i have a small are feeling brexit slipping away, software com pa ny personal example, i have a small software company and we had a client which is both chinese and british, thatis are feeling brexit slipping away, that is the bottom line? the choice and they were almost there but they is for people, do you want the prime have now put a hold on it because they want to know what is going to minister‘s deal or something worse? happen in the future before they commit to the project. sarah howard, some people still think that somehow the vice chair of the british or other they can hold their noses and by the time april the 12th chambers of commerce, thank you very much indeed. as you can see, brexit comes, we leave without a deal. that has been really occupying all of our was permanently ta ken comes, we leave without a deal. that was permanently taken off the table thoughts over today, and honestly when the prime minister said only parliament can do that. yesterday for the last few weeks, but today parliament can do that. yesterday also simon mccoy got a chance to parliament voted not to do that by a big margin. i believe that the ta ke also simon mccoy got a chance to take your question and ask his guests what they thought. choices for a lot of my friends in the erg is, will you go with this
deal which you can now get to the next stages, the future trading relationships? or are you going to now let‘s answer some of your have something else foisted upon you questions on what will happen in which is even more unpalatable? does parliament this week. it is only thursday, and how mps will deal with issues over the coming days, with that apply to the dup as well? that me, maddy team montjack and chris isa that apply to the dup as well? that is a different one. they abstain in morris. can you believe it is only a couple of motions last night on norway and the customs union. they 30? i know. death only thursday post have got a hierarchy of other at nicola brands on twitter, let's choices —— not of choices but of put this to you, what happens if risks. is it more risky for them to may‘s deal doesn‘t get the vote basically sew to stabilise that the tomorrow? the agreement theresa may government that the only way out is made with the eu last week was that a general election? ifjeremy corbyn if mps don‘t approve a withdrawal agreement by the end of this week won that, where would the dup and then we only have an extension to article 50 until 12th of april. we northern ireland be? the hierarchy know that mps in the commons do not of risks for them is different. they wa nt to know that mps in the commons do not want to leave without a deal, so the have the finals card, of course. big question then is what does theresa may do to try and avoid whenever they are frightened that somehow or other the government is having a no deal exit on 12 april, going to let them down, they are the and it seems likely she will have to umbilical cord by which the government governs. if the go back to the eu, potentially ask for a longer extension to give us a
bit more time to get a deal through. government governs. if the government ever lets them down they can pull the rug at any stage. that so will the eu uk an individual company orders made with foreign is if it is this government? it will suppliers before any brexit leave agreement be honoured after any be this government. what we learned leave agreement on current agreed terms? i think i understand that. and you know the answer. may i think yesterday is that you have now got a i know what he is getting at, leader, the leader of the nation now because she has already announced she is going to go from leading the robert. so obviously companies whether they are in the uk or any party. this is a prime minister who other country around the world want wa nts to to honour the terms of the agreement party. this is a prime minister who wants to leave a legacy. she is but on the other hand they have to perhaps looking at a few more weeks left in downing street. she will abide by the rules and regulations of the countries in which they wa nt to left in downing street. she will operate. if we leave with no deal want to leave number ten with at there will be certain circumstances least the achievement of having delivered for the british people in which there will suddenly be things like tariffs imposed on what they voted for in 2016. what goods. you could save theoretically are her chances of getting a for example a country with which the withdrawal deal through tomorrow? uk hasa for example a country with which the uk has a free trade agreement as a result of its eu membership, i am probably six to seven out of ten. if the dup come on side, ten. thank thinking of countries far away, south korea, japan, they could be goods already in transit which have you. let‘s pick up on the business side now. been ordered which might arrive
after the 12th of april. if we were to leave and there were tariffs imposed on those goods, the terms one of britain‘s leading business groups has renewed its attack on politicians‘ handling of brexit — would have to change, because the accusing mps of "chasing rainbows". company bringing it in would have to the head of the british chambers pay the tariff. i think most of commerce, adam marshall, companies would say to the people has told the organisation‘s annual conference that uncertainty they are supplying to i'm afraid is already doing "real world those terms have changed, because damage" to the uk economy. let‘s cross to our business presenterjamie robertson — the tariff regime has changed. who‘s at the conference — presumably that works both ways, if just a short walk from here..... hello. i think there is a sense of we are sending stuff from here abroad there will be a moment in the frustration. a feeling that business days before customs will have to be had not been listened to. i have to applied here. they‘re there is say it was not particularly corrected by the presence of a uncertainty in both directions but number of cult —— politicians. we the question is will everything be had sadik khan, kier starmer, liz the question is will everything be the same and the answer potentially know it won‘t force to can somebody explain whether theresa may resigns are not impacts on the terms and the truss. many felt politicians still acceptability of her agreement? this do not understand problems and had not been listened to. i have got two is obviously quite a political question because last night theresa may said she would resign if mps representatives, one businesswoman here, holly tucker, the founder of supported the deal, and there would then be a leadership contest and the not on the high street, and james conservative party would have a new leader, and it did seem to quite quickly persuade some of her ramsbottom, chief executive of the backbench mps to support the deal. northeast chambers of commerce. beyond the politics the thing to say
james, what has your experience been is there are still whole another of brexit two how have things phase of negotiations in the eu. our changed over the last year? rob they future relationship. theresa may has have become increasingly quite clearly lost a significant frustrating. business leaders getting increasingly angry that the amount of support in her own party questions they wanted answers to are so what they‘re trying to get at is not forthcoming. they are not if we passed the deal and move onto certain what the outcome is going to the next phase they want to have a be. right now, having to be —— leader that they can trust to go out and deliver what they want. michelle having planned to be at a high state of readiness, not being able to do knox has e—mailed, for a manager no that. it has huge practical deal please explain how article 24 woodwork. we talked about article problems. businesses are having to invest a lot of money in stock. they have had to build up stock for their 50, article 24 is article 24 of the customers over the last few months and are now facing a period with general agreement on tariffs and potentially no orders. it is trade. we are talking about the wto. the rules of the wto. that article difficult to manage your business. holly, have you managed to get on says if a country has an agreement with business as normal? the last 15 with another one, or an interment years i have been dedicated to small death interim agreement for a free business. we started in a recession. trade agreement or a customs union if you run your own small business then you cannot pay tariffs while
you are reduced to the that agreement is being implemented roller—coaster. i am concentrating if you like. the point about if we leave with no deal, there won't be today on the optimism after all of an agreement with the eu, i have this. there are a lot of things to seen quite a lot of stuff on social be positive about. i am looking media for example saying we can forward to getting back to business. force the eu to give us ten years of does brexit affect you at all?“ terror free trade while we negotiate a deal in the future and that isn't the case, that is not what the affects us as much as other things article 24 says. it says you need to do. small business communities are quite immune to these ups and downs. they depend on imports and exports. will they not have to rely on have... you need to repeat this filling out customs forms, often because it as an argument i hear from often because it as an argument i hearfrom mps often because it as an argument i hear from mps and often because it as an argument i hearfrom mps and others often because it as an argument i hear from mps and others who say we have ten years, we have not, have declarations etc? they will deal we? we haven't, the prime minister has said that publicly and liam fox, with whatever happens. there are enough people talking about it —— hardly shy about his opinions on brexit. it seems to me it is something that has been taken with a micro those who are more of an grain of truth and built up into something far more serious and far expert than i am. i am concentrating on how this country is a fantastic more far—reaching, and if you have breeding ground for incredible businesses and i want to champion no deal, article 24 of g att simply doesn't apply. this one from this. james, an optimistic view from northern ireland from tanya, is there some reason parliament can‘t your rather pessimistic view? use a preferential voting system to
this. james, an optimistic view from your rather pessimistic view?” this. james, an optimistic view from your rather pessimistic view? i am by nature an optimist. the tweet i sentin by nature an optimist. the tweet i sent in 2016, things always work out decide a way forward? she says it could be decided in one if only! best for those who make the best of there isn‘t a reason they can‘t come and we are waiting to see what mps things. it is the amount of work are going to do with their day next businesses are having to put in week that they set aside to take which they could be doing better control once again. everyone was saying last night what a damp squib things with. they are having to and an embarrassment for those who focus so much at the moment i‘m put it forward but they are missing the point because it is monday... planning for brexit. i am not trying exactly, yesterday was about seeing the light of the land, see where to downplay the destruction and how some of the majority is full, rule out some options and if we take some difficult this is. i know that. but of the ones that got the biggest i want to be that voice of saying majority, the biggest number of votes, there were no majorities last that we can get through this, that night of course, the biggest sort of we will and small businesses will be support and actually do a different the fundamental backbone of this kind of voting system, potentially business because they will be able preferential voting where you rank to be those people who actually turn the options according to the order with the times, be able to deal with in which you like them, and then see whether we can have a last option whatever comes are away, and who standing. i would say there is no whatever comes are away, and who reason they can‘t do it, we will what comes our way? i want to shine a light that things are not as dark wait to see if that is what they they seem. we have to bring colour choose to do, and in theory you could do it in one day. i think the to grey. james, i have to be gloomy big question is if we do end up with one option with a majority, will the and dark for
to grey. james, i have to be gloomy and darkfora to grey. james, i have to be gloomy and dark for a minute. what about government act on it and will mps be the car industry? it is a major happy enough with it collectively to component of industry in your area. support any deal that might incorporate it, going forward? it is. it has been such a success story in recent years. with the news of honda going, that puts pressure on the supply chain. we have got to be really careful that the big hello, there are a few changes to come this weekend as we will see in just a moment. but today is turning into a lovely day for most parts of decisions on the automotive sector are not made in this country. it is the country, lots of blue skies people in germany and tokyo who are lifting there as temperatures after what was a chilly start this morning deciding on ourfuture. they will for stop we still have high pressure around, soa not make cars here unless they can for stop we still have high pressure around, so a lot of dry weather too do so profitably. thank you both. but not sunny everywhere. more cloud affecting east anglia and the that is it. if you from business as south—east of england and that weak weather front approaching the far north—west of scotland, so more cloud here. the cloud is breaking up brexit looms. —— view from business. in northern ireland and in the thank you very much. sunshine, in light winds, temperatures of 16 degrees should feel very pleasant. quite windy in just after 3.30, maddy thimontjack, the north—west of scotland, strong from the institute for government, perhaps even gale force winds, those and the bbc‘s reality check will ease down overnight, that cloud correspondent, chris morris, will be here for bbc ask this. if you have any questions on brexit, sinks further into scotland towards and how mps will deal with issues northern ireland, we will see again some patchy mist and fog mainly over the coming days, please get
in touch using the hashtag bbc ask this on twitter, wales, west midlands and the south—west, and may be a pinch of emailing email@example.com, frost in some rural areas as we have or by texting in to 61124. seen of late. it will be a chilly night for east anglia and the south—east at skies clear overnight, pointing to more sunshine for tomorrow. that mist and fog does not now the weather. cheerful and cheery, as is darren bett. last too long, sunny skies developed quite widely, a bit more cloud hello. a few changes this weekend. coming into northern ireland, western and northern scotland, some todayis hello. a few changes this weekend. today is a lovely day for most part light rain for the highlands of scotla nd light rain for the highlands of of the country. blue skies lifting scotland where temperatures are back down to 9 degrees. but for the those temperatures after a chilly eastern side of england, 17 maybe start. high pressure around. a lot even 18 in the sunshine. over this of dry weather. not sunny weekend, some changes as i say, the everywhere. more clout affecting east anglia and the south—east of biggest that the daytime temperatures will be dropping england. more clout in the far throughout this weekend, but still a lot of dry weather around. we have a north—east of scotland. in the weather front on the scene, it is very weak, not producing much rain at all but behind that from the sunshine, temperatures of 16 degrees north, this is where we introduce will feel very pleasant. quite windy in the north of scotland. strong that colder air. some big contrast on saturday. there is the weak winds will ease down overnight. we weather front come a bit of rain and drizzle on that, mainly over the hills as it moves down into northern will see again some patchy mist and england and north wales, patchy cloud develops ahead of it, behind fog, mainly wales, the west midlands
it to the north and north—east may and the south west. maybe frost in be one or two wintry showers will stop it is cold enough of that, some rural areas. it will be a double figures in the central belt chilly night for east anglia and the south east. more sunshine tomorrow. of scotland, 17 perhaps 18 in the south—east of england. now that weather front by this stage is just the mist and fog doesn‘t last. sunny a band of cloud, not producing any skies develop quite quickly. some rain, it continues to move its way southward so we may start off rather cloudy across more southern cantons light rain for the highlands of sunshine elsewhere, chilly start, scotland. temperatures back down to patchy fair weather cloud bubbles up 9 degrees. for the eastern side of through the day, the winds will be england, 17, maybe 18 in the quite light, we are all in the cooler and fresher air, may make sunshine. over this weekend some the double figures across more southern parts of england and wales, nero biggest changes in the daytime seven celsius there in north—east of temperatures over the weekend. still scotland. a lot of dry weather. a weather front on the scene is very weak and not producing much rain. behind that from the north this is where we introduce colder air. a big contrast on saturday. there is the weak weather front. some rain on saturday. there is the weak weatherfront. some rain and drizzle on that. mainly as it moves into northern england and north wales.
behind it, to the north and north—east, some wintry showers. temperatures perhaps making double figures in the central belt of scotland. that weather front by this stage isjust a band of cloud not producing any rain. it continues to move south. we may start off cloudy in southern counties. sunshine elsewhere. a chilly start. patchy fur weather cloud through the day. the winds quite light. temperatures may make double figures in southern england and wales.