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this is bbc news, the latest hello, you're watching this is bbc news. the latest hello, you're watching afternoon live — i'm simon mccoy. headlines. as there is a maple is my today at 3. cabinet considers the options on headlines: emergency brexit talks at afternoon live. downing street. the prime minister brexit, the eu chief negotiator says and the cabinet have been discussing i'm simon mccoy. that a no—deal departure by the uk the next move since early this today at apm. is now more likely. a neo—nazi faces emergency brexit talks with the morning. the eu's chief negotiators is an theresa may hold emergency talks sink five ternoon live — ideal departure by the uk is now jail after plotting to murder the more likely, but can still be with cabinet. we have heard nothing cabinet and theresa may. labourmp jail after plotting to murder the avoided. a neo—nazi is facing jail labour mp rosie cooper. jack renshaw bought a 19 inch knife to kill her. from the prime minister. we don't after plotting to murder the labour know what they will come out of hello, you're watching a man has been found with knife afternoon live — cabinet with and we cannot wait i'm simon mccoy. injuries in the same n. london st as theresa may's cabinet consider mp rosie cooper. he brought a 19 because the clock is ticking so this today at 2... as theresa may's cabinet consider where a woman was stabbed on the options on brexit — is just about putting the the options on brexit — the eu's chief negotiator says a no inch knife to kill her. a man has the eu's chief negotiator says a no saturday. another man in his 30s has deal departure by the uk legislation forward in case the been arrested. scientists say that a deal departure by the uk is now more likely. been found with injuries in north is now more likely. if the uk parliament london where four people were prime minister doesn't do the if the uk parliament new test for pre—eclampsia in does not vote in favour sensible thing by the country. the does not vote in favour of the withdrawal agreement, stabbed at the weekend. add an of the withdrawal agreement, pregnant women is a real game in the coming days, only two in the coming days, only two options would remain. official register could be created french president and irish prime changer in detecting the condition. leaving without an agreement minister meet in paris to discuss options would remain. to monitor children educated at leaving without an agreement or requesting a longer extension. the looming brexit deadline. as or requesting a longer extension. a neo—nazi is facing jail after plotting to murder home. things stand the united kingdom will a neo—nazi is facing jail the labour mp rosie cooper — leave the european union on 12th sport now, john watson is on the bbc we go to the sport now. a critical april without a deal. however, there after plotting to murder jack renshaw bought a 19 the labour mp rosie cooper — sport centre. one rather outspoken inch knife to kill her. jack renshaw bought a 19 is still time for the prime minister inch knife to kill her. manager has been explaining why he time in the season and one brother to come to the european council with i was targeted not as rosie cooper i was targeted not as rosie cooper is so outspoken. the person, but as rosie cooper, outspoken manager has been particularly outspoken. proposals. the european union cannot the person, but as rosie cooper, the member of parliament. the member of parliament. i was to be murdered to send i was to be murdered to send sustainably be hostage to a a message to the state. political crisis in the united a man's been found with knife cardiff manager neil a message to the state. neil warnock is still unhappy after injuries in the same street in north kingdom. a neo-nazi is facing jail
warnock says the standard of london where a woman was stabbed on saturday. a man's been found with knife after plotting to kill the labour mp another man in his 30s has been arrested. refereeing has gone backwards injuries in the area in north last weekend. london where a woman with cardiff leading, rosie cooper. he bought a 19 inch coming up on afternoon live was stabbed on saturday. officials missed a clear offside in the premier league. another man in his 30s as chelsea equalised and then went knife to kill her. i was targeted all the sport — john watson. has been arrested. on to beat his side, coming up on afternoon live leaving them in the relegation zone, neil warnock says that standards all the sport — john watson. not as rosy cooper the person but as are the tensions beginning to show tensions mount in the fight in the fight to avoid have gone backwards in the top to avoid relegation warnock‘s prescence on the pitch ﬂight have gone backwards in the top flight in his opinion. this was as cardiff's neil warnock criticises rosie cooper the member of relegation as neil warnock blasts the standard of at full time reflecting after that defeat to chelsea. cesar refereeing in the premier league. his frustration. he says officials parliament. i was to be murdered to send a message to the state. a man the standard of refeering in the pl? and the weather forecast? a taste of azpilicueta equalised for chelsea has been found with knife injuries when two players were clearly in an need better training. what about the weather forecast?m winterfor and the weather forecast? a taste of winter for some in an area of north london where and the weather forecast? a taste of winterfor some over the and the weather forecast? a taste of offside position. so frustrated at winter for some over the next few days but by friday things are isa what about the weather forecast?m is a bit grim on the weather front, looking a bit less cold which is four people were stabbed at the the final whistle. chelsea winning there has to be better coaching to weekend. and all the sport withjohn pretty miserable out there in at late on. the presence of neil good news. also coming up... romeo see what could that linesman, what london, it will stay cold for the watson. we could see a second side warnock on the pitch they're next three days and we will be relegated from the premier league talking about cold things in half an reflecting his frustration at those could any smart have done better? he errors, and he feels that they are tonight if fulham lose to watford. hour. laughter is the world's loneliest frog and he happening all too often. there has cold things! said he was looking at the ins and was that hail? that it is again. thanks, thomasz. to be better coaching to see, what also coming up... we'll hear from rower could that linesman, what could hit the headlines early in the year, outs, that was hisjob, to see if james cracknell — the olympic champion returning but he has finally met hisjuliet. the ball went in and out. fair that is what we have today, not to the oxford cambridge boat race — enough. so when he is looking at the everywhere. snow showers in the as the oldest competitor ever. eddie smart, you know, have done end out did he see the two guys north and a little dose of winter better? he said to me he was looking offside and did he know that in his for the next two or three days. talk at the ins and outs, that was his to you and a half an hour. also mind orwas he job, to see if the ball went in and offside and did he know that in his mind or was he too concerned at the in and out? and when he saw the two out, fair enough. when he was coming up, going to bristol where an looking at the in and out, did he hello, everyone. players, when he saw the ball and it this is afternoon live. animation studio has finished see the two guys offside and ignore i'm simon mccoy. hadn't gone out of play did he see animating all the characters for a that in his mind, or was he too set of four mac lost doctor who
hello, everyone. this is afternoon live. theresa may is still locked whether two players were? so surely i'm simon mccoy. concerned about the in and out? when they should get coaching to see what in meetings with her cabinet that episodes. have been going on since early this is their priority. he saw the two players when he morning, trying to decide theresa may is locked realised it had gone to a man not in a marathon meeting on a way forward on brexit. going out to play the next thing was a cross—party group of mps has put for them could go down tonight if with her cabinet that's been going on since early this to get to see where the two players forward a bill to prevent they lose to watford. cardiff play morning, trying to decide a no—deal brexit in law — are? surely they should get coaching on a way forward on brexit. it would require the prime minister hello, everyone. last night the commons rejected four to see what is their priority. the to ask for an extension of article this is afternoon live. alternatives to the prime minister's 50 — which allows the uk to leave tomorrow. they will be without withdrawal agreement, the eu — beyond the current sergio aguero. exit date of 12 april. the striker withdrew from his side's although one which proposed staying fine details certainly matter at victory over fulham on the weekend, this stage of the season. fulham earlier today, the eu's chief brexit and hasn't recovered in time to face in a customs union with the eu lost could go down if they lose the war. negotiator michel barnier said that they have been locked in discussions by only three votes. a no—deal exit by britain cardiff, who are five was becoming more likely points from safety. for more than five hours now, earlier today, the eu's chief brexit negotiator michel barnier said that with each day that passed. cabinet ministers holding emergency a no—deal exit by britain cardiff play manchester city our first report is by our talks to try to find a way forward political correspondent ba rclays have announced was becoming more likely tomorrow. sergio aguero will miss nick eardley. over brexit. it comes after the with each day that passed. is it time to go for failure last night to approve any of tomorrow's match with cardiff. no deal, minister? barclays have announced a multi—million pound sponsorship so that cabinet meeting is scheduled what on earth happens now? deal, the biggest ever in women's he was withdrawn from their win time for a customs union, minister? to sit for up to five the alternatives to the prime hours today. football and now my money is minister's dealfor the alternatives to the prime over fulham on saturday. one brexit deadline has passed, flooding into the women's game. minister's deal for leaving the eu. theresa may and her senior ministers another is fast approaching. tomorrow — a cross questions keep coming... boots will sponsor the teams in a have been holed up in downing street party group of mps since about nine o'clock this will publish a bill requiring more prominence, proof of the time to go for no deal, sir7 women's game. ba rclays morning — with a break around lunch. the government to seek a delay but answers, far less. deal worth £1 million. we are expecting the meeting to to brexit — to prevent break up within the hour. more prominence, proof of the women's game. barclays announced a england will be joined meanwhile, a cross—party group a no—deal exit on april 12. multi—million pound sponsorship by scotland for the first time of mps is trying to force on thursday theresa may deal, the biggest ever in women's at the world cup, but all five the government to further delay there is still huge disagreement could try to bring back her football. now, the home nations will about what our future should brexit. look like but we really nations in the british isles have withdrawal agreement for a fourth labour mp yvette copper, are reaching crunch time. been given a big boost with the news who is one of the signatories be sponsored by boots, in a deal of a bill which seeks to prevent vote in the commons. i think what we all have the chemist will be their main worth at least £1 million over the a no deal brexit, and she told next few years. england will be to recognise is that the prime sponsor, scotland, england, remember, that's already been minister's deal is actually the best northern ireland and wales have been me the prime minister rejected three times. joined by scotland that the world involved in the same deal before should have brought this and the speaker said but the republic of ireland legislation forward herself. cup but all five nations in the one on the table. are included for the first time.
it must be changed. british isles have been given a ourfirst report this boost with the news that the chemist and england's record goalscorer lunchtime is by our political the problem with all of the other who retired in 201a, correspondent nick eardley. thinks deals like this will increase is it time to go for options that were rejected last the profile of the home no deal, minister? will be their principal sponsor, nations star players. what on earth happens now? night is that none of them time for a customs union, minister? scotland, england, northern ireland is as good for the united kingdom. so the best thing to do would be for one brexit deadline has passed, and wales. and the republic of another is fast approaching. ireland are included for the first the compromise option, the prime minister herself to just questions keep coming... my my role models were males growing time to go for no deal, sir? the one that delivers come forward and say she is going to up, and! my role models were males growing but answers, far less. up, and i would have loved to have a do this, without any need for time. she has a knee problem that on the eu referendum but, female role model. my role model was legislation, that she is going to do at the same time, enables us to accommodate the wishes of those this. she will set out a plan to get there is still huge disagreement sally gunnell, who was in athletics about what our future should who wanted to remain in the eu, an extension beyond april 12 to get look like but we really that is the best compromise. not football. so if these brands can needs to be managed ahead of the push some of the names and they can are reaching crunch time. world cup to come this summer. but that argument hasn't worked an extension beyond april 12 to get a commitment to bring everything so far and even if the pm's be on billboards or make them deal does come back, back to parliament for votes and to i think what we all have england play canada in manchester on household names that these young just put in place a safety net, a to recognise is that the prime girls can look up and see, i want to minister's deal is actually the best friday, and then spain and swindon it faces a massive uphill battle. safety plan to make sure that this be like them. and know that they one on the table. four days later as part of the road doesn't happen. but at the moment we the problem with all of the other to france series. the united states have a pathway or could even have a the french president emmanuel macron have heard nothing from the prime options that were rejected last career to make minister. we don't know what they it as itasa it as a women's footballer. night is that none of them women's team say that their lawsuit is on the steps of the meeting place are going to come out of cabinet is as good for the united kingdom. against us soccer isn'tjust about where he is meeting the over radtke boulton's next two home games are in with and we can't wait because the the compromise option, money, but improving the sport for clock is ticking. this is just about the one that delivers on the eu referendum but, women playing at all levels. the doubt after being issued with an entire squad of 28 is involved in pushing the legislation forward in at the same time, enables us order preventing fans entering the case the prime minister doesn't do the action which alleges gender grounds. the championship side said it the sensible thing by the country. to accommodate the wishes of those discrimination when it comes to pay. would be unable to commit to meeting who wanted to remain in the eu, —— the over the obligations of its safety that is the best compromise. they say that we are trying to certificate until after a scheduled address a far wider issue.|j appearance at the high court our political correspondent ben on wednesday to hear a case over wright is in downing street and they they say that we are trying to address a far wider issue. i don't think you can talk about an unpaid tax bill. are still in their? they have been —— he is meeting the irish prime the players went on strike yesterday after staff weren't paid on time compensation articulately or minister. he said he was keen to in since 9am. first they had a intelligently until you have a for the second month in a row. former england defence coach political cabinet and as well as
but that argument hasn't worked conversation about funding across mike ford says leicester are not so far and even if the pm's the board, so whether that is the talk about the possible scenarios talking about brexit they will have arising from events this week and too good to go down. deal does come back, youth teams or staffing for each ford has been brought into the club kicked around the idea of a general it faces a massive uphill battle. they will be giving a short as a consultant coach ministers in there have tea m youth teams or staffing for each team or promotion, sponsorship, you for the remainder of the season. election, looking at polling data big decisions to make. and what the research is telling mps have so far rejected all statement which we will bring to you when they get going, and we can now about how the tories might fade if the options they have been offered, but they don't want to leave know, advertising, i don't think the former 10—time english champions that that is equal yet, so yes we have had a run of eight defeats the toadies go down the election without a deal. race has a way of solving this hear from them now. in 11 games dropping to 10th the eu has said brexit day can are fighting for the competition but in the league — five points crisis, and then a break for lunch only be postponed again also for this larger picture of above the bottom club newcastle if there is a reason for it. and now a full cabinet meeting and it will break up at some point. investment in both programmes, who the play next week. and the government needs to figure shout if you see somebody come out! equally. out if it can swallow potentially saracens have signed speaks french we keep in the moment as a club, we a month long delay and, a five—year deal with tottenham either in high indignation there are if so, what it's for. to play their "big game" fixture at the premier league work on what is coming this ina group. and so today cabinet ministers club's new stadium. afternoon in training. that is all either in high indignation there are in a group. and we don't know are discussing detailed plans seven months after it was due to be because we know this is that very to ramp up preparations operational, we worry about. we look to far back, for a no—deal brexit. it opens officially tomorrow night. split cabinet on how theresa may mps had tried to agree their own we worry about. we look to far back, we get depressed. we look too far in plan, but couldn't find should get out of this crisis. the a majority for anything. decisions they take to the could be four options, alternatives to that is against crystal palace. front, we've got newcastle on friday pretty seismic because perhaps the the government's deal, all rejected. saracens play that wembley and west night, that's going to be a tough only thing we know is that there is mps said no to a customs union, game... you know? sojust keep them a date in the diary, 12th april, no to staying in the single market, ham's london stadium for their in the moment and try to unleash the when the eu says that britain must no to another referendum, showpiece fixture, usually against talent in a simple game plan. come forward with the new plan if it no to the option of cancelling harlequins. spurs have signed a deal that's all the sport for now. we will have more for wa nts come forward with the new plan if it wants an extension beyond then, or brexit if there was about to be no deal. to host american football. it is not we will wait for it so wants to we are looking at a no—deal brexit some have had enough you in the next hour. decided whether they will play on speak, as well, of course. i will at the end of next week. and just of trying to compromise. the grass surface or artificial bring in our paris correspondent so, brexit — much i have given everything surface. that's all from the bbc more happening today, including the announcement that to an attempt to find a compromise sport centre for now. back to you, a bill to prevent a no—deal reading twitter here, suggestions that can take this country out hugh schofield. this relationship is withdrawalfrom the eu is being put that the yvette cooper motion to forward by a cross—party of the european union simon. let's get more on brexit, a very important. emmanuel macron, group of mps. but we've been hearing from that stop a no—deal brexit, it is
while maintaining our economic a p pa re ntly stop a no—deal brexit, it is cross— party simon. let's get more on brexit, a what will he be saying to leo marathon cabinet meeting apparently going to be a second strength and our political cohesion. cross—party group of mps has put going on for most of today, forward a bill to prevent a no—deal varadkar today? they will be that preparations for a no—deal exit reading by seven o'clock tomorrow i accept i have failed. and a third by ten o'clock, how are being ramped up. brexit. it is backed by yvette discussing a couple of things, the unusual is it to rush something cooper who is tabling that build on possibility of a long extension to through like that? it is i have failed chiefly because my the comments. she joins let's talk about what that could all cooper who is tabling that build on the comments. shejoins me now. extraordinary high speed, and it is article 50 and i think leo varadkar mean for business. joining me are cooper who is tabling that build on the comments. she joins me now. why are you doing it? we are in the very is coming with a message that it is a very short bill, one clause saying party refuses to compromise. that the government must come and dangerous situation now, because the request an extension to this process in the interests of ireland to have tina mckenzie and joe james. thank i regret, therefore, risk of no—deal on april the 12th is a long extension and there is a from the house of commons and to announce that i can no increasing. and we understand that allowing mps to amend that motion longer sit for this party. you both forjoining us. tina, first later on and determine how long the feeling that emmanuel macron is more the cabinet secretary and national security adviser to the government of all, and no—deal, what would it extension should be, if approval is 0h nick. told the cabinet this morning that granted by mps. it is mps once again no, don't go, come on. inclined to be tough on this issue and to prefer may be a short mean? and no-deal and a crash out in trying to take control of this applause no—deal would make the country less process and stop the prime minister deciding on her own to take britain extension and therefore may be a wto brexit would mean more safe, and that it would also put out on a no deal basis at the end of uncertainty for business, it would food prices up by up to 10% as well. mean absolutely more tariffs in inevitably... inaudible next week. it had been thought that terms of for anything we are labour had wanted another chance we have lost hugh schofield, but we wednesday would be used as a paving to vote on alternatives. exporting, and generally even if we motion sorting out the business for the prime minister's deal has been some food prices, it's not all, is we re exporting, and generally even if we rejected by a very large can go back to macron because we were exporting to the eu you are how that bill would go through on it? food prices up to 1096, and i looking at tarot sun because of 10%, thursday would be when the debate majorities on three occasions. have got translation. translation: and what happened. there is some if it is good enough retail and fashion 12%, food up to think forfresh food, feeling now that that could all be for the prime minister to have three it? food prices up to 1096, and i farfrom evident, have got translation. translation: far from evident, and have got translation. translation: chances at her deal, think for fresh food, some higher, different prices for different farfrom evident, and let me repeat 35%, beef up to 95%. i don't think squashed and tomorrow instead, so things, that is clearly right. the it strongly here today, our extraordinary hi speed, and it has then i suggest that what people have thought through possibly the house should priorities is the good functioning what people have thought through to get through the house of lords have a chance to consider again. of the european union and the single what the those tariffs were due to but people behind this idea think it issue is, it would stretch families but now a cross—party and that is unfair. for our could be a formality. watching the group is trying to force market, you eu cannot sustainably be
legislation to stop no deal. prices under uk economy, not least door, there was a feeling that some manufacturing industry it is too would start walking out before the important to the country, that northern ireland. so it is absolute meeting ended but that hasn't they admit it won't be easy but say hostage to a political crisis in the devastation for the business it's definitely worth trying. british manufacturing should not be community that we are at this point happened? it hasn't happened but it hit by no—deal. that is why the this place is stuck. uk and we have a future to build and we haven't got a deal because we there is gridlock need a deal. and of course, where has been clear for a in british politics. prime minister has a responsibility together within the eu, a new happened? it hasn't happened but it has been clearfor a long time happened? it hasn't happened but it how to get things going again to make sure that we don'tjust has been clear for a long time that there are deep divisions within this is the big question everyone cabinet. that you have a number of here is trying to answer. relationship to build with the uk. crash out almost by accident on you are, it you are very much in the april the 12th, while all of these they will remain a free —— key ally front line if there is no—deal of more hardline brexiteer is in the debates and talks are going on to cabinet who don't want any softening of this deal, but no changes to the try and find the best way forward. well, eu leaders have been watching and a friend but we cannot spend how it is dealt with at the border. events in westminster she needs to come forward with a and are holding talks i agree with everything tina says. political declaration that might on the latest developments. plan to avert no—deal, but if she time talking about the terms of the make it more palatable to the from brussels, here's our no—deal from a business perspective critical number of mps that could divorce and our past. in a few correspondent adam fleming. doesn't, this legislation requires isn't an option. and our strategic get this over the line eventually. over breakfast in brussels, moments we will discuss with tome on michel barnier sat out the menu her to do so. you say by accident of options facing the uk. and who are also fairly comfortable but there are those who would argue all of the options —— leo varadkar about there being a no—deal brexit, that this country voted for brexit, location in and out of europe, pass the deal in the next few days and they will be urging the prime and briefly delay brexit for a few all of the options —— leo varadkar that this country voted for brexit, that this country voted for brexit, that this would appear to be the all of the options —— leo varadkar all of the options and the potential potential customs checks on lorries, weeks to settle the details or... only way that that brexit can consequences of a no—deal brexit of could have huge consequences for the minister to keep that option on the if the uk parliament the uk. france and ireland being the road network. what you think about happen, and therefore it is the will of the people. there are plenty of the politicians and why we are where does not vote in favour table. others, amber rudd, david we are? i think it's very most directly impacted countries in of the withdrawal agreement alternative ways to do brexit. there the eu. we are fully aware of the cox, the chancellor, will be arguing in the coming days, only two fairly strongly around that that no options would remain. are plenty of alternative ways to frustrating that we are where we are, and! make sure that you can do so in a frustrating that we are where we leaving without an agreement tremendous difficulties such a are, and i think i'm joined circumstances should the uk leave or requesting a longer situation would bring about for frustrating that we are where we are, and i think i'mjoined by the extension of article 50. managed, sensible way, instead of majority of the uk when i say that. just crashing out with the kind of with no deal. the prime minister in no—deal that puts medicine supplies ireland and please allow me to say we are where we are but we shouldn't the end probably cannot please post once again that we will never those extreme wings of her cabinet at risk or ends up turning motorways be where we are, but we've got to and fora
it would be the responsibility into car parks. that is those extreme wings of her cabinet and for a very long time she has of the uk government to choose abandon ireland or the irish people somehow get round to a decision. between these two options. irresponsible. so i think that the managed to balance the two, attacking one way and then the other government has to make sure that we no matter what happens because this from a business perspective, it is difficult to plan if you don't know keeping the cabinet together, but can do this and find a way forward he's willing to change the part what you are planning for. if you the moment of choice for theresa may ina solidarity is the very essence of can do this and find a way forward in a sensible way. we've had the the european project and this is why has probably arrived. we will be last few days where parliament has look at medium and large sized of the deal about the future to make our meeting today is of the utmost back to you as soon as that door been attempting to do in a couple of importance. of course we will also businesses, they have got the opens. it more appetising to days what to be honest the president macron of france has urged mps, who want a closer government should have been doing be talking about the big topics financial and human resource to be britain to come up with a plan economic relationship. for the last two years, which is to but the terms of the able to look at scenario planning. to break the brexit deadlock before divorce are settled. regarding the future of the eu and but if you look at small businesses, a summit in brussels next i don't want to make any comment. try to build some sort of consensus, week, or risk slipping into a no—deal exit. he was speaking in paris, just, we are waiting to try to find a compromise, but the key elections to be held in a which equates to about 90% of couple of weeks. and some of our where he's holding talks for news from london. while all of that is going on, the businesses across our county, and with the irish prime minister, when is the last moment clock is still ticking and so, all leo varadkar. the news could come? joint policies. such is the purpose probably across the uk as a whole, we are waiting, that this bill is about is making of this meeting, friendly more than they don't have this luxury. so we are still waiting. there is real key questions that the chief negotiator has laid out sure that we protect patients who ever, but which is taking place some of the choices and some need medicine plies, families who against a very serious background, the third rejection of the west cannot afford food price rises, that agreement by the commons, as well as of the costs but what happens next steel remain unanswered, and it is against this background particularly if we are looking at in brexit is a decision for eu we protect manufacturing industry leaders when they meet that we rely on, from the chaos of that i will attend the european international trade around the rejection so far of any theresa may at a special summit paperwork, around customs, around in brussels next week. no—deal, because that is just not in council on the 10th of april. once alternative, pave the way for a no any of our national interest. you again, thank you for being here in deal exit and as decided by the tariffs, being unprepared leaves will share the sense of deja vu paris today. businesses and customers and their european council on 22nd march, it the european commission about all this, there is a danger employees really exposed to belongs to the united kingdom to presidentjean—claude junker that you just the can down the road unnecessary commercial risks. tina, on a visit to rome today said present a credible alternative plan he was still waiting and you will face the same problem i saw you nodding through that. you backed by a majority by 12th april for answers from the uk. again if you do get it through. just like the rest of the eu. in orderto backed by a majority by 12th april in order to avoid it. should the there is no doubt that lots of time we have a plan. mentioned the border issue, and i has been wasted. it is unfortunate wonder what you make of how the dup,
if our plan with the uk isn't thank you very much, thank you for united kingdom be unable to propose that the prime minister didn't put working, we need the united kingdom who are crucial in this process, how to come forward with another plan any proposal to parliament until do you think they have represented that will work. your invitation to be here at this we haven't seen that yet. january, then has stayed stuck on a solution backed by a majority, as the same proposal that she has put important time, especially with the northern ireland in this? well, it forward that has been defeated three brexit deadline approaching and i a solution backed by a majority, as ade a solution backed by a majority, as next stop for michel barnier wa nt a de facto will have chosen by this morning, a briefing times, and that we only had this brexit deadline approaching and i want to thank you for the invitation themselves to leave without a deal. process of trying to get a to be here in paris today. i want to at the european parliament. was no surprise that the dup if the uk ends up staying parliamentary consensus in the last we cannot avoid failure for them. for longer, it will have to take thank you personally and also france part in the elections week, and that is leaving things respective of any benefits to much too late, so all of those for your solidarity with ireland for this place — should this plan be new elections, a an idea no one seems very keen on. during this difficult period. we are things are a real problem, but we northern ireland, it was always referendum, a different selection as have to deal with the situation that known they would put unionism ahead we are in, and we have to share a to the future relationship, such as of everything just as sinn fein a customs union, it is not for me bit of responsibility, for example, would put nationalism ahead. and it very grateful for that. this is a let's go straight to towards small businesses who could is unfortunate that that type of here to say so, but we are open to the houses of parliament go bust if they can't get their and our political it. but it is for london to say so correspondent ben wright. imports and supplies in place in good opportunity over the next hour politics i feel has infected 0h oh to bea westminster and in a sense is oh to be a fly in the wall at this to speak one—to—one and we meet and to say now. cabinet meeting. one of the most regularly of course at european leo varadkar meanwhile says there's time. we have a responsibility to holding westminster to ransom them, and to the police, who depend council meetings but this is an because we know we would have had a still time for theresa may to come important for a number of years, to the european council, opportunity for a conversation customs union had they have voted but only if she has "credible because we are days away from the on that continued cooperation that with it. they really have the power one—to—one and also in depth with proposals" to put to eu leaders. european summit where theresa may would be put at risk, if you had to help us get a deal through but i ourteams, and the will go either having got her deal no—deal. this isjust, i think, was quite surprised when nigel dodds it is very much the case that the one—to—one and also in depth with our teams, and the uk at the moment through and then ask the short is consumed by brexit, but ireland united kingdom at the moment is extension to clear up the about being sensible with a common said at the weekend that he was consumed by brexit, but ireland and and france and the eu should not be sense way forward. the time of what quite comfortable staying in europe legislation, or with no plan at all consumed by brexit, we have a very france in the european union you are doing is incredibly tight. and a sense of utter crisis in if it was to avoid the backstop. i shouldn't be consumed by brexit. we you are looking at the 10th of april positive forward—looking agenda for the european union which we want to have a very positive forward—looking think the challenge for the dup and agenda for the european union which westminster. at that point we could if it gets consent. it is really deliver. we will talk about that in the conservative government really we wa nt be staring at a no—deal brexit and tight. the best thing to do would be is what is the alternative to the agenda for the european union which we want to deliver. we will talk
about that in detail and we also the cabinet know that. the cabinet for the prime minister to come detail and of course we have the backstop, what is the problem with is also very split about what to do, forward and say she's going to do european elections and the it? the problem with it for the dup this without any need for appointment of a new commission and have the european elections and the is that we would not be within the appointment of a new commission and there are members of theresa may's legislation, she will set out a plan president in june. regulatory soul of the uk therefore top team who are willing to appointment of a new commission and president injune. i'm delighted to to getan see that the president's article council president in june. contemplate a no deal and who think legislation, she will set out a plan to get an extension beyond april to they would feel isolated and appointment of a new commission and council president injune. obviously the main topic of conversation is of 12, to make a commitment to bring it would be preferable to a soft which he wrote in the newspapers separated and those of the big fears course going to be brexit with a everything back to parliament for deadline upon us next week. at the brexit and a longer extension, and around europe has been translated of unionism. whereas people like fsb votes, and to just put in place a there are other members who think that would be a catastrophe and will into irish which was great to see last european council meeting, we try to stop it at all costs. if safety net, a safety plan to make and northern ireland have put gave the united kingdom some time, today, done by your embassy. we will sure that this doesn't happen, but some space gave the united kingdom some time, some space and opportunity to come at the moment we have heard nothing forward the solution to make theresa may decisively goes one way northern ireland an enhanced or the other she risks a walk—out from the prime minister. we don't have a chance to speak about the economic zone. that work? it is up know what they are going to come out future of europe later but the main some space and opportunity to come up with a way forward. as things from either of those camps, she will topic of conversation is going to be stand the united kingdom will leave of cabinet with, and we can't wait, the european union on 12th april have to make a decision very soon. brexit, of course, with the deadline simply like a free port where we without radio. however, there is because the clock is ticking. this next week. at the last european would stay part of the regulatory her instinct will be to get her is just about putting the system of the uk, the checks would legislation forward, in case the council meeting we gave the uk some three times defeated deal through be done not at borders but in our still time for the united kingdom to again and that may happen in the prime minister doesn't do the sensible thing by the country. on a time and space and opportunity to seaports and airports, and we have come to the european council with next few days but she lost by 58 come up with a way forward and as consulted with the pots on this, it proposals that are credible and that votes last time and in the last few scale of one to ten, how confident is doable, and it means we stay days it is not clear there has been are you to get this through?” within the regulatory zone, it things stand the uk will leave the have a clear pathway to success and any movement, hardline brexiteers allows great britain to trade tariff scale of one to ten, how confident are you to get this through? i don't know, honestly. the timescale is eu on the 12th of april without a i think we need to be open to any deal. however, there is still time proposals that she may bring forward are still against it and so are the tight. parliament has voted strongly free if it comes to northern for the prime minister to come to to others. dup, and so even if she brings it against no—deal. that has been ireland, it allows europe, the the european council with proposals republic of ireland, to trade tariff back here with days left on the really clear. you are right, there isa really clear. you are right, there is a series of different views about clock, it still looks very unlikely what the best way forward is, but i that are credible and have a clear free in its simplest form is going let's go to brussels, and that last to me that it will go through. in hope we will maintain a consensus pathway to success. i think we need into gb but it allows gb to come out bit that was interesting because which case parliament could be they one man who simply weren't that to rule out the worst way
to be open to any proposals that she particularly open was standing right forward , that to rule out the worst way forward, i hope that we can do that separate, have a literal agreement, next to him, emanuel macron? you facing extraordinary choices about whether or not to even revoke may bring forward to us. i would not be part of the customs union, tomorrow or by the end of the week, all the things there seem to be article 50 altogether, and that is heard the two of them say, leo but the timetable is really tight, like to speak about what we can do something they are now starting to and that is why the best thing to do varadkar is saying we should be open to assist the prime minister to strong arguments in parliament for, would be for the government and the contemplate. you have not mentioned secure to assist the prime minister to but it allows northern ireland to john bercow. he will be decisive as prime minister to show some secure the withdrawal agreement keep the door open so british to it, mr macron saying, we want to leadership on this, rather than leaving it to parliament to have to including the protocol in ireland businesses can trade tariff free, pick up the pieces. yvette cooper, regarding the backstop and and that is quite important for our help, but also crucially saying that usual, in deciding whether or not recognising that the withdrawal economy that the uk does not suffer the eu shouldn't be held hostage to the prime minister is allowed to agreement cannot be reopened but if bring this back again. he has made thank you forjoining us. thank you. the uk changes its red lines we but equally important that the irish the eu shouldn't be held hostage to the political crisis in the uk, and could make changes to the future economy does not suffer. and it is important to look at what is it quite clear that it is not within declaration on the future somewhere in there the irish happening here. the government in the bounds of parliamentary relationship. we also need to government, the dup and the london wrapped up in their own convention to keep bringing back the same piece of legislation again and consider how we may respond to any conservatives, need to get their heads together, need to sort this political crisis. meanwhile, on the now we take your questions and put out because they are both economies other side, you have to always again and he will want changes to be made to it. i will not second—guess request for a long extension take are going to suffer. i wonder how jo remember that as the other side of into account that that will involve what he will do on this but there's them to an expert and we ask what would react to what you just said, the negotiating table, the eu side. happens after the indicative votes the uk participating in the european a palpable sense of political crisis in the commons which failed to reach elections and we want to avoid a because he basically said we will we have the french and the irish, deal with the problems in folkestone here and i think it would be pretty a majority consensus on pretty much rolling extension to any... so any the two countries in the front line extraordinary if did not allow and the first port of call once of what is going to happen when another vote on the prime minister's extension must have a clear purpose brexit comes as the two closest anything. you have been sending in something leaves the uk coming to and plan, and of course we will need deal if that is what number ten and countries to the uk, meeting to talk about what we would do in the uk,... can ijust add, maybe joe the event of no deal which will be your questions by text, e—mail and parliament would like to see in the twitter. i will just hasn't had the opportunity to read next few days. talk me through the your questions by text, e—mail and twitter. i willjust crack on. the especially difficult for ireland and this report, you would still have if brexit comes as the two closest counti pigﬂﬂif‘egguk to eeting from our perspective we will want to people want to trade between france first one is from jerry kay, says, and folkestone and dover or timings. this is crunch week because pursue our twin objectives to could the prime minister say i'm in wherever, that can still happen, protect the good friday agreement on friday, by friday we need to know charge and sign off on her deal and goods can still come in and out and where we are at. yes, we do, they eu which peace in northern ireland is it is up to theresa may to get a ignore the party and parliament?-
based and also to protect the deal in terms of how that works. we wa nt where we are at. yes, we do, they eu we want to know by the weekend, what this stage, she can't. the reason we integrity of the single market and the customs union, our single market this simply gets over the hump of are going through this process is the withdrawal agreement and gets us the uk are taking to the table, because of legislation that mps and customs union on which our into making that to your trade deal. because michel barnier are and passed last year, the eu withdrawal economic model and jobs and but northern ireland has the ability act, the government's flagship exit prosperity has been based for many others have said they are willing to under the wto rules to have this decades now. these are very much our contemplate a long extension even if bill which is the government cannot that brings all the hassle of taking ratify a withdrawal agreement until special status because of the good twin objectives should we find friday agreement. you can't do it in pa rt that brings all the hassle of taking part in the european elections which ourselves in a no deal scenario, and scotla nd they do not want, but if that is for parliament has approved both friday agreement. you can't do it in scotland or wales or anywhere else, withdrawal agreement and the it is simply because of that unique in terms of relations i don't think political declaration and that they a purpose, the extension, but that have passed the withdrawal agreement bill needed to implement domestic relations between ireland and france legislation with a good friday could mean a general election, some have ever been as good as they are agreement that it allows us to trade legislation, so that is why we are in that way. jo, we were talking now and after brexit and in the having these votes in parliament at sort of referendum, a confirmatory years ahead they will deepen the moment, these meaningful boats, further. so thank you again, mr and the only way to get around that about the increased pressure on the ports in your area. can you tell me at this stage would be to —— president. thank you. emmanuel referendum, something which demonstrates to the eu this impasse meaningful boats. the next stage what the roads, would look like in will not just demonstrates to the eu this impasse will notjust drag on indefinitely would override that provision that macron and leo varadkar speaking to and the indecision will notjust was set out last summer to say, we the media before those talks inside the days following a no—deal? what continue, and at the moment it is ha rd to continue, and at the moment it is hard to see what that solution is. don't need to have a meaningful vote problems will be created? we have to be able to ratify, but if you are the media before those talks inside the building there. leo varadkar if the deal doesn't go through. it heard from dover and eurotunnel that going to do that you need to have say they are very prepared for said they need to be open to any is back to the prime minister. she mps approve that, but really, mps proposals theresa may brings because whether we have a deal or no—deal. has to decide what to do and where are quite important at this stage it is emmanuel macron who is the and the prime minister cannot get but we've had something called her preferred route lies. it is least open of all many have said. he round that. it is her deal or operation brock, which is on trial clear that most mps do not want a nothing. for her, yes. this question said we need to be flexible and we
no—deal brexit but if the prime at the moment, where parts of the m need to be open to whatever she is from header, apart from the backstop, but are the issues in the minister gets to the summit in 20, one side is used where we would brussels next week thinking, well, current withdrawal agreement that be able to park lorries if need be, make it so unappealing for mps? brings, suggesting leo varadkar that might be the preferred wa nts to lea n brings, suggesting leo varadkar wants to lean towards an opening to and the other side will have a alternative, better than another there are a couple of issues some create an extension and is more referendum and revoking article 50, co ntraflow. mps have problems with. the first is and then goes for the no—deal favourable to a long extension than and the other side will have a contraflow. and if we need more the role that the european court of space for lorries we do have macron is. president of macron, we justice will play in interpreting capacity down at manderson airport. brexit, then parliament will implode with fury but it is not clear what how the uk applies eu rules during it can do, although in the next transition and it will play an are told, he is someone of the and if we need more space there is couple of days we will see an important role in enforcing the rights of eu citizens in the uk talk of using the m 26 which i don't attempt by backbenchers to force the european leaders who is more minded government to ask for an extension after brexit and mps are unhappy to say enough is enough and we don't think is a great idea, we need to about the amount of money we have wa nt to say enough is enough and we don't want britain taking part in the keep our motorways moving. this agreed to pay the eu. this is to pay european elections in may and that if we are headed for no—deal brexit. for us continuing involvement in eu will completely muddy the issue. he whole thing, tina is right, i have not read the report, but we need to adam, thanks. programmes during transition, but is going to say he has his own ensure, and i think that his also to pay for some of the agenda for europe, in effect. but nikki da costa is the former obligations we have signed up to as businesses both sides of the border, director of legislative affairs is we need a brexit that is going to at no 10 and currently members, but some mps say that it is there are voices like angela merkel senior counsel at cicero global. she's with me now. far too much money. a question from be able to have the free flow of we have a cross—party group of mps trying to prevent a no—deal brexit, simon mccoy, here. in terms of the and leo varadkar who are saying, the goods, services and access to they do not have much time.“ situation is so desperate and a no people. that is what our businesses backstop, if we accept it, and it trying to prevent a no—deal brexit, they do not have much time. if you mean the attempt to compel the deal would be desperate for you and need. and i can understand that some comes in, the argument is that it us deal would be desperate for you and us in ireland that we have got to government to seek a lengthy opens us keep being flexible and keep being would see that if we went into a extension, it is unlikely that will comes in, the argument is that it opens us up to bribery from various become law in time to have an impact eu countries later on in the next open to new ideas. that will be one customs union it could be a betrayal on this particular process. so they of the discussions here. what are
are wasting their time? difficult to pa rt eu countries later on in the next part of negotiations, because the of what was promised, but there has french could easily say we will not the conditions under which europe see what the strategy is, but we let you leave the backstop unless you let as fish in your waters, the know there is a majority for should accept a long extension? what to be in there somewhere something spanish could say we will not sort procedural manoeuvres and that often that our government can finally out gibraltar unless you have the gives mps the sense of satisfaction are the ideas that theresa may would because they feel they can do have to come up with it in order to start to reunite on, the time is something, they are taking action, backstop released, unless you talk running out now, they need to come that it doesn't lead to a consensus. about gibraltar, things like that, up but it is the next phase that people running out now, they need to come up with something. we cannot come this is what michel barnier is meet the european insistence that are looking at. there are two size there is something tangible to work towards over a long interim period? out unprepared on the 12th of april thatis, referring to when he says it looks are looking at. there are two size that is, first is that what we have the other issue in discussion, the because we are not prepared to come more like a no—deal brexit?” agreed on the backstop is what will out. we are not ready for it. in the become the basis of the future fa ct, referring to when he says it looks more like a no-deal brexit? i think so. more like a no-deal brexit? i think so. so what are the options for the relationship with the eu, because the other issue in discussion, the fact, the looming possibility, of current lack of clarity has already thatis relationship with the eu, because that is the way that we can avoid a cabinet? it is unlikely you will the actual no deal, because we have stifled business investment and heart border in ireland and we will to keep reminding ourselves what have much of a resolution coming out have to drink to try to do that in that means, on the 12th of april growth. our inability to plan is of the cabinet other than we will the next phase of our future they will be a —— there will be an actually having now that negative pursue a further vote, whether that relationship, but at the moment the external border in the middle of is on pursue a further vote, whether that withdrawal agreement, you just need ireland between the eu as another effect on our economy and businesses isona pursue a further vote, whether that is on a resolution or bring it back to have a qualified majority and a need answers that they can base in some otherform, and... country, and there will not be a council to approve it, whereas trade ha rd country, and there will not be a deals have to be improved —— hard borderfrom day to country, and there will not be a hard border from day to day but it means very quickly questions will be decisions on, no matter what the is on a resolution or bring it back in some other form, and... it is unlikelyjohn outcome, whether we have a deal or in some other form, and... it is unlikely john bercow will allow another vote? yes, without a doubt. approved by every single member asked and answers will have to be we don't. joe, thank you. tina, we state including the regional but you could bring back with parliaments, so there's a concern given about how checks will be imposed, fiscal checks, animal that the interest of member states then could really come into play. welfare cheques, standards cheques, have spoken about this over the legislation in the withdraw bill and yea rs, have spoken about this over the years, this is it now, crunch time.
this question is from jordan, if all of these would normally come that its —— let it stand as a proxy i wonder how you feel. theresa may's deal was to accept into being very promptly, once a years, this is it now, crunch time. for that. somewhere watching from i wonder how you feellj i wonder how you feel. i feel very soft brexit and remain in the single let down by politicians in general. border is established but evidently market and customs union, what i think there is a whole question outside the westminster bubble will benefits would this have other than around the constitutional position just remaining? with the benefits of of the uk, there is a bigger say this is a national crisis, our it is not in the interests of question here about how you conduct britain and ireland and the eu to people still playing games with brexit just be destroyed just remaining? with the benefits of brexitjust be destroyed because macro it depends what you are a referendum, the types of questions this? my feeling is that the speak have that border returned, and again looking for from brexit what the benefits are, but the key thing to you ask, where scotland northern it's really important at this time we come to the fact how to maintain ireland and wales is devolved what mps are proposing in terms of in creating a level playing field europe's single market and not have governments get to have some sort of the single market and customs union stronger saying that, i think the but what happens with this is that that talks to the economic that adulterated but also avoid particular speak is that he changes constitution of the uk is the next things quite partially and that relationship to the uk has with the having a border with cheques down crisis we are going to have after we creates more chaos “— the middle of ireland. emmanuel eu, so it will be part of the get over this, unless we do this security cooperation although we do macron said this is tremendously things quite partially and that creates more chaos —— particular speaker. my personal view is that properly. so i feel very let down by difficult for ireland and they will yes, i believe there are games going wa nt to security cooperation although we do politicians, especially for northern want to maintain security cooperation. it was a purely never abandon the irish people. not on. we are looking at the cabinet economic decision. there are wide ireland. we had the good friday agreement in 1998, we have a lot to and theresa may's battle is to keep changing his idea there in any way. areas of cooperation that we are lose here and all the politicians pa rt areas of cooperation that we are part of as members of the eu, a p pa re ntly changing his idea there in any way. worked hard to get us here, the her cabinet and her party united, apparently not. i have heard rumours but it is getting to the point where americans, the british, the irish, foreign and defence policy, security than all at we need to ensure we get she has got to get off the fence. policy, and some people would say that the french will be putting that it policy, and some people would say thatitis policy, and some people would say that it is important to maintain pressure on the irish to maybe make yes. the cabinet is split and we see a gesture on the backstop which heads back together and have calm, that, but what you would necessarily the same in terms of the party, and be part of, but there are some prevents their being a hard border pragmatic approaches. mrs may needs if she backed a customs union, you christians are on exactly what you a solution but it is notjust on her can do in terms of being able to are only seeing 30 of her own mps down the middle of ireland and in head, read the dup and the irish negotiate new trade deals, and that government to help her get there doing that, so she would be
isa negotiate new trade deals, and that is a concern that some people have because it is important for all of delivering this on the back of all the votes of the other parties, not around the customs union. this, from effect creates a notional border, us. clive smith. if the eu refuses because it is important for all of us. thank you both. a very sustainable situation. will another extension on the 10th of may be macron will be putting those parties continue to lend those april, andy british parliament pressure on leo varadkar to be more parents across england votes ? those parties continue to lend those votes? the alternative is no deal could soon be required refuses to vote for an ideal brexit, flexible, to shift that notional to put their child's name and we have a similar numbers border back towards the middle of problem. the one word everyone is on a new register if they are which organisation takes precedence? ireland but there is no evidence for being educated at home. ministers say a register would help candy eu forced the uk to leave with that. it was a possible line of councils intervene when standards using is compromise, ken clarke who were poor or if children no deal or do they need the consent speculation but i have seen no were at risk. evidence for that. the rhetoric from but some parents believe a list pushed forward the idea of a customs of the european parliament to force would be an unwanted macron remains the same, they intrusion into their lives. union, not part of the single frankie mccamley reports. market, but he said let's coalesce this course of action? when we protect the single market and around an idea of one or the other ireland, and the continuing absence right now, if you don't triggered article 50 be set the ofa want to put your child and then those who voted for both ticking clock and that is what we ireland, and the continuing absence of a hard border, and again it is into mainstream school, are running down the clock on, so if or pull them out of it, can and then those who voted for both ca n vote and then those who voted for both can vote for one and then we have a squaring those two irreconcilable is there is no obligation to register chance. that seems a possibility? the legal default in eu law and uk them with your local authority, thatis which means it's not clear how that is right. if you combine law, but it isn't really anyone's squaring those two irreconcilable is that is the nub of this dilemma. many children are not fault. you could argue that we did in school in england. hugh schofield in paris, thanks for everything, a customs union with trigger article 50 when we did means joining us. many children leave school — something like the common market 2.0 that it was our decision to end up for reasons including a lack of support for special needs, and then a referendum on top of it, with a new deal legal default, religious beliefs, or purely out of choice. you get a referendum, but also rather than it being an eu decision. it is important to know where they are, who they are, throws away —— drives way more because of course very many of those this is from anon, in the event of here — i've been speaking children have the benefit people, the difficulty is nobody to the labour mp yvette copper, of a fantastic home education no deal what will happen to the who is one of the signatories believes that their option is ruled of a bill which seeks existing rights of expats? the to prevent a no deal brexit, by parents who often have given up out and therefore they are
continuing to play that for as long and she told me the prime minister rights of citizens have been should have brought this a lot to do that and put as they can. where will bb on protected in the withdrawal legislation forward herself. their all into the education, agreement, and if we don't have it the prime minister should come forward and say she is going to do and it's a great schooling friday? —— where will we be on in the rights are not protected in for those children. the same way. the uk has said it this without any need for legislation, she will set out a plan but then of course to get beyond the 12th of april and there are some children friday? —— where will we be on will guarantee the rights of eu who don't have that benefit. friday? we will be watching the to get beyond the 12th of april and to bring everything back to the reality is some are falling lords perhaps to see what they do citizens living here but it is up to parliament for votes and to put in with this bill but i think it will the individual member states to place a safety net, really, a safety through the gaps, receiving be more minutiae. thanks forjoining guarantee the rights of expats plan to make sure this doesn't poor quality education. living there from the uk, and most happen, but at the moment we have so the government is proposing heard nothing from the prime a register for all children not member states have reciprocated. minister and we don't know what they there are some questions about what being educated in schools. us. are going to come out of cabinet stage they are at in legislating and with. we can't wait, because the the aim is to identify clock is ticking. this is about have you got more questions? guaranteeing those rights, but it those at risk of harm, depends on member states, it depends help spot young people attending please keep on sending your questions to us and where you are living and you need to putting the legislation forward in unregistered schools, at 230 this afternoon we'll be find out what is going on locally. case the prime minister doesn't do putting them to our experts and those not receiving the sensible thing by the country. an education at all. — you can get in touch on twitter ken brown asked, why are the dup by using the hashtag #bbcaskthis, under the plans, it will be that was yvette cooper. we can go to parents‘ responsibility you can text 61124 objecting to the backstop whilst we to register their child, are told that it is meant to protect but some question whether those ben wright now at westminster. there and maintain an open irish border? who don't have a good relationship or firstname.lastname@example.org with the authorities their concern is what happens is so much going on because there's will come forward. between northern ireland and great so is so much going on because there's so little left? it was fascinating rhian joy educates her two britain, so what the backstop does you're watching afternoon live, sons with special needs, is it maintains regulatory alignment and thinks the plans these are our headlines... between northern ireland and the eu, to hear from leo are a backwards step. but there is a risk from their so little left? it was fascinating to hearfrom leo varadkar, putting why should i have to sign a register very crisply the huge political as theresa may's cabinet consider perspective that great britain, problems facing theresa may and her and have someone come into my home the options on brexit — government and parliament. if the uk and question the education that i'm which doesn't have the same the eu's chief negotiator says a no obligations, could choose to change gets towards the end of next week providing for my child? deal departure by the uk its regulations and to divert from
with the withdrawal agreement still will they have any is now more likely. having past the houses the house of knowledge on special needs? knowledge northern ireland, and the uk of his background, government has said it is not going to do that but that is one of the commons it is likely the uk we want of what he's gone through? big concerns, that you end up with a the fact that he has no trust border in the irish sea, which the an extension but this is not a free for people at all any more? extension and it will come with dup isa border in the irish sea, which the dup is a party of the union isjust a man's been found with knife terms and conditions attached and the government is also not acceptable. peter says, with a they will want a clear plan for the injuries in the same street in north looking at ways to help london where a woman uk about what they will use the time home educated children, was stabbed on saturday. including money towards exams, another man — in his 30s — general election solved a brexit for. michel barnier has had a longer has been arrested. deadlock? good question. it really as it tries to find a balance neil warnock has been heavily extension will require participation between supporting families and protecting vulnerable children. criticised —— has been heavily depends what happens with a general frankie mccamley, bbc news. criticising referees in the premier in the european elections and many mps are deeply uncomfortable with election. lots of people are touting that but the bigger problem is what league after their controversial the government can say which looks it, because a lot of people are very like a credible plan when we had the defeat against chelsea at the frustrated with parliament, that they haven't found some way out of weekend. saracens have signed a ina five—year deal with tottenham to pay indicative votes yesterday and a in a moment, the business news. this deadlock, this stalemate that number of softer brexit options like first the headlines: their big—game fixture at the we are in. it depends what both premier league club's new stadium the customs union and norway and the parties decide to do, what would seven months after it was going to their brexit position be? it depends as the cabinet considers the brexit be operational, it opens officially whether you end up coming back with retrospective confirmatory referendum, these options failed to a majority. that is the concern for command a majority so it's not clear options it seems a no—deal departure tomorrow night. i will be back on a majority. that is the concern for a lot of people, if you have a more with more —— i will be back general election and come back with what repackaged deal might by more is more likely. a neo—nazi is facing jail after with more on those stories at half a hung parliament which makes it time. the prime minister says she is harder to get things through, plotting to murder the mp rosie whether or not that comes from a also not interested in another cooper. he brought a 19 inch knife labour or conservative government, referendum, let alone a revocation to kill her. a man has been found with knife past. which is simply stopping the clock and nothing changes and we will injuries in the same street in north london where a woman was stabbed on
still be having to resolve what we need to do with domestic law to be altogether. they cannot take saturday. another man has been anything for granted, emmanuel able to leave the eu. and we will be arrested. macron said they cannot sustainably a neo—nazi will be sentenced next here's your business be the hostage to a political crisis month for plotting to kill back here asking and answering those in the uk. he is the one leader in the labour mp rosie cooper. headlines on afternoon live. in a trial at the old bailey, questions in 2037. thank you, the court heard how jack renshaw the bought a 19 inch knife to kill the eu who is taking a hardline struggling fashion chain bonmarche could close unprofitable shops the west lancashire mp approach to the uk, it seemed at the and cutjobs after the billionaire and a female police officer. maddie. parents could be obliged to philip day made a takeover bid. the plan was scuppered by a whistle—blower, last summit that he was the one the owner of edinburgh woolen mills who spoke exclusively to our correspondent has bought more than half daniel sandford. put their child does not name on a saying that the extension could not of bonmarche's shares and has made in february 2016, the neo—nazi group register if they have been educated at home. this would help councils be unconditional and theresa may an offer to buy the rest, national action was at its height, valuing the retailer at £5.7m. staging a provocative but he warned that some of its 1,900 protest in liverpool. intervene if standards were low but when asking for a longer one, three ten months later it was banned as an extreme staff could lose theirjobs. right—wing terrorist group. months, but france brought that but then its leader, chris lithgow, some parents wonder that it could be right down to these two options, the decided to take the group the big four accountancy firms underground and prepare a unwarranted intrusion into their should be broken up according to an influential committee of mps lives. right now if you don't want 22nd of may if a deal goes through or next friday if it didn't, and whose report says it's wrong for a violent race war. to put your children into mainstream that they act as company auditors schools or pull them out of it, there is no guarantee that there is and advisers at the same time. his ultimate plan was there there is no obligation to register was going to be a number of islamist deloitte, ey, kpmg and pwc run 97% them with your local authority, or other groups‘ bombings, which means that it is not clear how and then we'd respond with our own. union amity —— there is no cohesion of big companies' audits while also and he believed that that would many children are not in school in generate random acts of terrorism offering other consultancy services. of lone wolf—type people. england. many children leave school for reasons like a lack of support, with eu leaders over this, but we the recommendation follows a string special needs, religious beliefs or of company failures, robbie mullen initially know that they are sick of this, including the outsourcer carillion joined national action purely out of choice. it is they look at theresa may's inability because of its uncompromising important to know where they are, neo—nazi views and its to be flexible and they look at her which had been audited by kpmg. young membership.
they are, because many of those children have the benefit of inability to come up with a but he turned against them, ultimately foiling the founder of superdry has a plan to kill an mp. fantastic home education by parents cross— party inability to come up with a cross—party way of getting this true convinced shareholders andi to allow him come back cross—party way of getting this true and i think there is despair and to the business. who often have given up a lot to do patience is running out. ben wright, julian dunkerton left the fashion he can only speak about it now chain a year ago and has since blamed its new management the case is over and told me that and put their all into the it was the group's shift thanks forjoining us. for a collapse in sales and profits. towards extreme violence education, and it is a great that led him to act. schooling for those children, but the current board urged investors then there are some children who so, as we've been reporting, to reject his comeback — what was it about the way don't have that benefit. the reality eu leaders have been watching events saying it would be "extremely in westminster closely, and are holding talks damaging" — but by the thinnest that national action on the latest developments. of margins, investors have indicated is, some are falling through the from brussels, here's our they would like dunkerton to return. were going after the ban gaps, receiving poor quality correspondent adam fleming. that made you decide education. so the government is you needed to take action? over breakfast in brussels, i didn't want to be involved proposing a registerfor michel barnier sat out the menu in killing anyone, or a group of options facing the uk. education. so the government is proposing a register for all children not being educated in of people that i was involved with killing people. i just didn't want anyone schools. the aim is to identify pass the deal in the next few days those at risk of harm, help support so more difficult news for retail. to get killed or hurt. and briefly delay brexit for a few but there are buyers out there. robbie mullen started weeks to settle the details or... young people attending unregistered if the uk parliament secretly passing information schools, and those not receiving an yes, it doesn't make great reading does not vote in favour to the anti—racism group education at all. under the plans, of the withdrawal agreement because philip day has talked about it would be the responsibility of in the coming days, only two hope not hate, and injuly 2017 job losses. but many say it will pa rents to options would remain. it would be the responsibility of parents to register their child, but give it the breathing space it needs was present at a national action some question whether those who leaving without an agreement don't have a good relationship with to get back on track. philip day has meeting in a warrington pub when one or requesting a longer of those present, jack renshaw, the authorities will come forward. form in rescuing poor performing told the group he'd bought a large sword and was planning this woman educates her two sons extension of article 50. retailers, he recently bought austin to murder his mp, rosie cooper. with special needs, and thinks that so he said he'd bought this machete, it would be the responsibility reed, peacocks, but he has talked the plans are a backward step. why of the uk government to choose about the need for a store by store ready to kill rosie cooper, should i have to sign a register and between these two options.
and that he'd take have someone should i have to sign a register and have someone come he's willing to change the part profitability assessment and warning should i have to sign a register and have someone come into my home and of the deal about the future to make ofa profitability assessment and warning questioned the education that i am of a material reduction in staff, hostages in a nearby pub. it more appetising to and that means underperforming shops providing for my child? will they mps, who want a closer economic relationship. will close. and it isn't the only have any knowledge on special needs? and he'd demand that the detective bad news in retail today. we heard investigating him come to him they have any knowledge of his in exchange for the hostages. but the terms of the about the office goods retailer, background, of what he has gone then he'd kill her, and then he'd be through, the fact that he has no divorce are settled. killed by the police. trust for people at all any more? was there anyone there i don't want to make any comment. who tried to stop him? office outlet. today we were told 16 no. the government is also looking at just, we are waiting shops will close and and 61 jobs ways to help home educated children, for news from london. will with that. then even further when is the last moment that was the ultimate aim including money towards exams, as it the news could come? of the group, really. we are waiting, tries to find a balance between we are still waiting. with the outcome alliance, it has the chief negotiator has laid out the politicians are who they class supporting families and protecting vulnerable children. tigers here, some of the choices and some as the traitors, so by him going out of the costs but what happens next issued a profit warning as it has and killing what they see in brexit is a decision for eu taken a hit to sales. because of the as a traitor, that would be leaders when they meet only good for the group. theresa may at a special summit the mp who was at risk is now people buying generic drugs rather calling for politicians with the business use, but first the in brussels next week. than branded alternatives. a retail the european commission to be better protected. headlines. as the cabinet considers presidentjean—claude junker on a visit to rome today said a nalyst than branded alternatives. a retail the options on twitter, the eu chief analystjoins me than branded alternatives. a retail analyst joins me now. than branded alternatives. a retail analystjoins me now. she is chief i was targeted not as rosie cooper he was still waiting executive at savvy. thanks for the person, but as rosie cooper negotiator says that a no—deal departure by the uk is now more for answers from the uk. the member of parliament. i was to be murdered to send just like the rest of the eu. joining us. what is philip daye likely. a neo—nazi is facing prison a message to the state. after plotting to murder the labour taking on at beaumarchais? he is mp, rosie cooper. jack renshaw taking on at beaumarchais? he is taking on at beaumarchais? he is it's our democratic values, we have a plan. taking ona taking on at beaumarchais? he is taking on a business that has struggled over the last few months bought a 19 inch knife to kill her. our way of life and our freedoms with a couple of different profit a man has been found with knife if our plan with the uk isn't warnings coming out of it. he is which are being attacked injuries in the same n. london st working, we need the united kingdom taking ona warnings coming out of it. he is by the likes of renshaw taking on a business that is tired,
where a woman was stabbed on to come forward with another plan has lost its way, and really does and extremist groups like national action. saturday. another man in his 30s has when the time comes, that will work. need a big investment of energy and been arrested. here are your we haven't seen that yet. they'll be in the chambers. next stop for michel barnier change to the way the organisation is run, and he said he will look at it can now be reported that this morning, a briefing every store now on a one by one jack renshaw, who's been convicted business headlines. at the european parliament. basis. of planning to kill her, a news conference on the stabbing. is also serving a prison sentence if the uk ends up staying for grooming adolescent for longer, it will have to take the most recent being at around five boys online for sex. part in the elections daniel sandford, bbc for this place — then this morning. the locations and an idea no one seems very keen on. times of these incidents have news, at the old bailey. the owner of edinburgh woollen mills already been reported in detail in we will keep an eye on downing the media. and the very first thing has bought over half of the a man in his 30s has been arrested street, awaiting the departures from i would like to do is to appeal to by police investigating that cabinet meeting. that is the a fifth stabbing in the area anybody who may have seen or noticed of north london where four people bonmarche shares, valuing the retail door to number ten and if there's were attacked at the weekend. anything suspicious at these times, at £5.7 million, but he warns that the victim was reported sign of the departures of members of to have been walking some of the staff could lose their however small, to come forward and with a companion in edmonton the cabinet we will see what the at around 5am this morning jobs. the big four accountancy firm talk to police about it. whether when he was stabbed. response is to the five hour—long it happened just yards should be broke up according to an from the spot where an earlier influential committee of mps. cabinet meeting which started late. thatis talk to police about it. whether that is to one of our local officers victim was attacked. should be broke up according to an influential committee of mp5. the on patrol in the area at the moment, the incidents haven't yet been report says it is wrong that they formally linked by police. to our incident room or through cama our correspondent chi chi act as company auditors and advisers when that ends we will keep a close at the same time. the big four run crimestoppers. the actions of the eye on that door. you are watching izundu is in edmonton. afternoon live from bbc news. suspect, the fact that the incidents the police are keeping an open mind 9796 at the same time. the big four run 97% of big company audits, whilst a neo—nazi will be sentenced next are ina suspect, the fact that the incidents are in a similar area, and the as to whether this attack that month for plotting to kill descriptions given, mean we are happened this morning is linked to also offering other consultancy the labour mp rosie cooper. any of the attacks that happened in in a trial at the old bailey, potentially only looking for one services. the recommendations follow individual perpetrator. however, the court heard how jack renshaw and around the area since saturday, a string of company failures, bought a 19 inch knife to kill
including the outsourcer, trillian, and around the area since saturday, and as you said a couple of men were the west lancashire mp until these investigations have which had been ordered by kpmg. and and a female police officer. developed further and we are in a the plan was scuppered walking along the street behind me by a whistle—blower, who spoke exclusively position to speak with certainty this morning at five vm when one was to our correspondent about this, i have a duty to ask the stabbed and the other was not daniel sandford. harmed. one is in the hospital with the founder of superdry has gone public to remain vigilant and to please continue to report anything in february 2016, the neo—nazi group suspicious to us. as you will also life—threatening conditions, the one back to the business, and has blamed national action was at its height, who was stabbed. the police will its new management for a collapse in staging a provocative have heard, we have made an arrest maintaina who was stabbed. the police will maintain a massive presence in the sales and profits. the current board protest in liverpool. area and they are warning people to this morning within a few hours of ten months later it was remain vigilant and report anything urged investors to reject it, saying banned as an extreme the most recent attack. this is a they consider possible suspicious it would be damaging, but by the right—wing terrorist group. thinnest of margins, investors have live investigation and it is too behaviour, but they are saying and but then its leader, chris lithgow, soon live investigation and it is too soon to make any further comment they are still continuing to do indicated that they would like decided to take the group about the significance of this searches up and along these underground and prepare arrest, which is why we are residential streets, looking for any for a violent race war. evidence on the attack from this dunkerton to return. almost every continuing to advise the public to his ultimate plan was there day, more gloom from a retailer. one remain alert and why we must morning. thanks forjoining us. was going to be a number of islamist a nalyst we continue to follow all possible day, more gloom from a retailer. one analyst we have been speaking to or other groups‘ bombings, lines of enquiry in relation to these incidents. i want to reassure describe the story about bonmarche and then we'd respond with our own. you that we are doing everything we a simple blood test and he believed that that would which speeds up diagnosis can to keep the public safe, extra of pre—eclampsia during pregnancy asa describe the story about bonmarche as a lifeline, although it's a generate random acts of terrorism is to be rolled out of lone wolf—type people. across the nhs in england. buyer, for day, spoke about a store women who develop pre—eclampsia have dangerously high blood pressure police officers, both uniform and which can damage vital organs. by store profitability assessment. plainclothes are in the area and a study by king's college london robbie mullen initially it is morejobs, though, isn't it? joined national action will continue to be around the shows the new blood test halves because of its uncompromising the average time of diagnosis. neo—nazi views and its clock. the investigation is our health correspondent young membership. progressing at pace. and my thoughts 19005 it it is morejobs, though, isn't it? 1900s it employs, and the warning
was of a material reduction in but he turned against them, are with the victims and their dominic hughes reports. families. thank you. a lot of people staff. just last month they warned ultimately foiling a plan to kill an mp. that they were going to lose between for decades, doctors have relied on blood—pressure readings 5- £6 he can only speak about it now and a protein test to diagnose that they were going to lose between 5— £6 million this year, and that is the case is over and told me we've spoken to are nervous that the pre—eclampsia in pregnant women. probably reflected in the offer that it was the group's shift filip ude has actually made, 11.a p towards extreme violence only description you've given is a but these are relatively imprecise that led him to act. methods and there is a concern that what was it about the way per share compared to a closing tall, skinny, black guy wearing a too many cases get missed. that national action her day, that could refer to a lot now, researchers have price of 18p yesterday. the board were going, after the ban, of people. could you help us with a developed a simple blood test are considering whether to let him that made you decide that is faster and more reliable. doa are considering whether to let him do a full takeover. it is not the you needed to take action? only bad news in retail today. we i didn't want to be involved description? the description we have in killing anyone, or a group already given to the media is the i look after women who have lost a baby from pre—eclampsia, have heard about office outlet, they of people that i was involved description we are still giving and with killing people. asi and it's heartbreaking for them i just didn't want anyone description we are still giving and as i said, and as you know, we have and it's tough for all of us now made three arrests in relation to get killed or hurt. to this in the investigation is in the health service. went into administration last month and today, they are going to close robbie mullen started progressing at pace. i'm afraid i we know what a difference it can't give any more specific 16 shops, 161 people losing their secretly passing information description at this point. that is would make if we could reach that diagnosis earlier, to the anti—racism group jobs. but there are buyers out the latest on the stabbing. five and if we could really see hope not hate, and injuly 2017 which women need that extra care, there. yes, office outlet hasn't stabbings, and the prospect there was present at a national action that they are possibly linked. so that we can help the women and hopefully help meeting in a warrington pub when one their babies, too. found a buyer, just yet, but filip possibly committed by one person. pre—eclampsia is a condition that of those present, jack renshaw, can develop in the second ude has bought bonmarche, and half of a pregnancy, told the group he'd bought a large from about 20 weeks. several other retailers that had with extra police now on the streets it's suspected in almost been on the rocks, jaeger and sword and was planning to murder his mp, rosie cooper. as a result. five attacks with a one in ten pregnancies, affecting around 80,000 women so he said he'd bought this machete, knife in the edmonton area of north in the uk each year. ready to kill rosie cooper, london over the weekend and again many cases are mild but, and that he'd take peacocks, for example, he's a little today. we will keep an eye on that if left untreated, it can cause bit like mike ashley, but you hear serious complications, hostages in a nearby pub. story. i'm sorry we interrupted the
for both mother and baby. of him looking at reduced rates, lauren ardron has first—hand and he'd demand that the detective business. back to you. catherine is experience of how devastating staff reductions, other cost—saving investigating him come to him pre—eclampsia can be. measures and staff at many shops in exchange for the hostages. will be wondering what will happen still with us. we had been talking now a mum of three, she's to theirjobs. looking father —— then he'd kill her, and then he'd be experienced pre—eclampsia killed by the police. about boonma shea and philip daye in all of her pregnancies, was there anyone there but lost her first baby at 26 weeks. further afield, the pharmacy giant taking more of half of its shares in who tried to stop him? she knows the value of getting an early diagnosis. boots has cut its earnings forecast no. trying to rescue it. catherine, i it's very important. wonder what your thoughts are about the fact that this is a retailer because it is struggling with that was the ultimate aim extremely important to families, generic alternatives to branded especially if you've of the group, really. which specialises in clothes for the drugs. it owns the boots chain in gone through what we've been the politicians are who they class over 50s and does that insulated through, if you've lost a baby the uk as well as an equivalent or you've had a previous pregnancy as the traitors, so by him going out that was really difficult from the digital revolution through pre—eclampsia, and killing what they see at least you know you can go business called walgreens in the us. as a traitor, that would be on to get an early diagnosis if it only good for the group. threatening other rave tailors? happens again, so you get michelle fleury is watching this in the best possible care. the mp who was at risk is now increasingly, over 50s are part of nhs bosses in scotland the us stock exchange. what more can calling for politicians the forward digital revolution. but and wales say they will look you tell us about walgreens? we have to be better protected. this man really understands the closely at the research, i was targeted not as rosie cooper market because the rest of his while nhs england has already announced the test will be made more heard from donald trump in the past, the person, but as rosie cooper retail operations really sell to the member of parliament. this group of people. sol widely available across the health retail operations really sell to this group of people. so i think he talking about trying to lower drug will be able to very quickly take a service, meaning the risk i was to be murdered to send prices and putting pressure on the view of what he needs to do with the of pre—eclampsia can bejudged industry as a result of that, as you a message to the state. much more accurately, and making sure treatment it's our democratic values, business, protect his investment and starts quickly. our way of life and our freedoms move it forward. but also look at dominic hughes, bbc news. are starting to see margins being which are being attacked by the likes of renshaw how they will serve as shoppers squeezed, and that has had a and extremist groups because just because people are over knock—on effect on walgreens. the 50 does not mean they don't order like national action. other thing, the company talks about when the time comes, things from the internet. let's talk wea kness other thing, the company talks about weakness in the uk market. no doubt
they'll be in the chambers. about office outlet, an hundred and some of that relates to brexit, so before we go to the weather, 60 jobs going there with the closure it can now be reported that of 16 outlets. what problems is that let's just have a look taken altogether, it has been a much these pictures, recorded more disappointing quarter for the jack renshaw, who's been convicted at a caravan park any of 16 outlets. what problems is that a ny d efects in bushmills in county antrim this of planning to kill her, of 16 outlets. what problems is that any defects and our otherjobs under morning, and those are huge threat? it is in a bit of a mess, it is also serving a prison sentence hailstones coming down. company and the worst since is following the way staples went, for grooming adolescent walgreens merged with boots. you boys online for sex. now owned by people looking to would think that a business selling daniel sandford, bbc off— load now owned by people looking to off—load it. it is a difficult medicines might be immune to retail business to see how it will survive time for a look at the weather. pressures , medicines might be immune to retail pressures, but are they hatching a because the kind of products they plan to adapt? yes, they have been news, at the old bailey. sell really are brought online in watch the people at the bottom here, most cases now. but let's hope these are the people who are not ina plan to adapt? yes, they have been a man in his 30s has been arrested people buy more of the stores. but in a turnaround plan for a while, expecting what is happening. this is but they clearly need to step up the it can't continue and it looks like following a fifth stabbing in an area of north london at the weekend. it can't continue and it looks like it is in its dying days. then the quite scary, actually. i will get speed given the disappointing figures. it has put their share out of the way. iceberg and i profit warning from walgreens, price down this morning. they are boots, the us conglomerate that owns talking about accelerating this boots. it is one of these retailers suppose you could call that a transition. a lot of that means the victim was reported that has always seemed to thrive. do focusing on more kind of beauty tsunami, a mini tsunami. some people to have been walking products, health care, life and you read any change to that, a with a companion in edmonton wellness rather than the pharmacy at around 5am this morning are getting out of the way and growing risk? the issue with the others are watching. on the other side of the business. still a key when he was stabbed. it happened just yards end of the screen there. it is component but may be in a small from the spot where an earlier walgreen's is threefold, problems with drug prices in the states, the victim was attacked. corner of the store when you walk the incidents haven't yet been enormous. my goodness, imagine that in, the first thing you will be weakening of the pound from coming at you. oh! nearly. want to greeted with is a lot of beauty international business, but boots has lost about 7% of its sales in cou nters formally linked by police. greeted with is a lot of beauty counters and products. based on what you are seeing, michelle, our the last quarter and more of us are shopping and discounters in retailers are suffering the same different places to buy our
have a go at the place name? that fate as many retailers here, or is toiletries and beauty items. and i think it might boots is under a lot means you have rehearsed it. there a different set of conditions 7a—year—old max clifford died while serving of pressure with this weakened where you are? a different set of an eight—year prison sentence for indecent assault. consumer spending in the uk. thank the court head that have a go at the place name? that means you have rehearsed itm have a go at the place name? that means you have rehearsed it. it is conditions insofar as the us mr clifford denied sexually assaulting young women — you forjoining us. thank you. in iceland. that is excellent. the consumer had been feeling perhaps a but in her ruling ladyjustice little bit better than consumers in rafferty said: "nothing we heard came anywhere near imperilling other parts of the world. that said, the safety of his conviction". a simple blood test bit at the end of the name means we just other parts of the world. that said, wejust had retail which speeds up diagnosis other parts of the world. that said, we just had retail sales figures which were pretty disappointing, of pre—eclampsia during pregnancy iceberg, like the famous icelandic is to be rolled out across the nhs in england. when you consider people had been women who develop pre—eclampsia have volcano from a few years ago. yes. dangerously high blood pressure expecting some rebound after the which can damage vital organs. a study by king's college london government shutdown in america in shows the new blood test halves i'm showing off now. that is january, and yet they still fell. so the average time of diagnosis. there is a sense that conditions are our health correspondent dominic hughes reports. tough and that has been echoed by for decades, doctors have relied described as a carving?|j the likes of walgreens. but you have i'm showing off now. that is on blood—pressure readings described as a carving? i have been in one of these glacial lagoons in the likes of walgreens. but you have and a protein test to diagnose iceland on a small boat, it is aptly the expansion of amazon talking about opening stores, and that would pre—eclampsia in pregnant women. but these are relatively imprecise cause more competition for those who fascinating, the beautiful colours methods and there is a concern that that you get —— absolutely. tourists are not the strongest players. too many cases get missed. well, the next three days are going to be pretty cold. michelle, thank you forjoining us, now, researchers have it almost feels like we're back developed a simple blood test into winter again, with hail, said, can we get a bit closer to the that's it from me, back to simon. that is faster and more reliable. sleet and even some snow showers across the hills of northern britain. let's catch up with the weather now i look after women who have lost but there is some sunshine around as well. a baby from pre—eclampsia, temperatures are struggling glacier and touch it, but there is a and it's heartbreaking for them throughout the country, and it's tough for all of us single figures today. very good reason why they don't go and tomasz. the next three days will now, notice tonight strong in the health service. northerly winds blowing cloud and some wet snow, too close, and sometimes the smaller be pretty cold. it almost feels like rain mixing in there, across the hills of northern ones can turn around, they can tip we know what a difference it britain, and very chilly tonight, we're back into winter with some would make if we could reach barely above freezing in some areas
on wednesday morning. that diagnosis earlier, and a screaming cold wind tomorrow, and reverse 180 degrees and that hail showers, sleet and snow across and if we could really see particularly in the north. causes a massive splash. beautiful which women need that extra care, northern britain, but there is some and look at all of that so that we can help the women cloud and some wet snow but deadly i suppose. nobody was sunshine around as well. and hopefully help across the hills, rain too. temperatures struggling into single their babies, too. pre—eclampsia is a condition that a little bit of sunshine. hurt, we should make that point. figures around the country. and some can develop in the second it's a real mixed bag half of a pregnancy, on the way tomorrow. strong northerly winds blowing cloud but throughout the country indeed. what about the rest of us? from about 20 weeks. tomorrow we are all and wet, snow and rain mixing and into single figures — it's suspected in almost 6, 7, 8 degrees. it has turned? yes. it was 21 across the hills of northern britain on top of that it is going to feel colder because, of course, one in ten pregnancies, and very chilly tonight, barely we've got the wind. into thursday, still pretty chilly. above freezing in some areas on affecting around 80,000 women by the time we get to friday degrees in february but today i came in the uk each year. wednesday morning, and a screaming many cases are mild but, that is when it will start if left untreated, it can cause to feel a little less cold. in in a thick coat thinking i would cold when tomorrow, particularly in the north. look at that cloud, serious complications, not have to use it this season but for both mother and baby. here we are again and it will be bringing wet snow across the hills. lauren ardron has first—hand experience of how devastating snowing in the north. april is a bit of sunshine so a mixed bag on pre—eclampsia can be. the way tomorrow. throughout the actually a typical month with hail showers like you showed earlier and now a mum of three, she's country tomorrow, we are all into experienced pre—eclampsia also cold snaps, it is normal. it is single figures. six, seven, 8 in all of her pregnancies, but lost her first baby at 26 weeks. more normal to have this weather degrees. it will feel colder than she knows the value of getting thanit that because we have got the wind. an early diagnosis. more normal to have this weather than it was to have 21 degrees in it isa february, of course. who are you that because we have got the wind. it is a thursday, still pretty chilly. by the time we get to friday it's very important. listening to yesterday if you came ina warm it will start to feel a little less listening to yesterday if you came in a warm coat? i did not listen to extremely important to families, cold. especially if you've gone anybody, i checked the weather app! through what we've been through, if you've lost a baby or you've had so what is in store? the cold a previous pregnancy that was really difficult through pre—eclampsia, at least you know you can go
weather will last for a good three on to get an early diagnosis if it happens again, so you get the best possible care. days, we have the cold winds blowing nhs bosses in scotland and wales say they will look out of the north, so that is closely at the research, iceland, where the iceberg picture while nhs england has already announced the test will be made more widely available across the health service, meaning the risk came from, the cold winds are of pre—eclampsia can bejudged much more accurately, bringing the really cold weather, and making sure treatment starts quickly. the hail and snow, snow across dominic hughes, bbc news. northern parts of the uk, mostly the hills of scotland at the southern uplands and may be the pennines overnight tonight. it certainly now it's time for a look at the weather with tomas. well, the next three days feels cold and we have the hit and miss showers. it is grotty in the are going to be pretty cold. south—east at the moment, because we it almost feels like we're back have a weather front here but it is into winter again, with hail, moving out of the way. tonight clear sleet and even some snow showers spells, but we will focus on this across the hills of northern britain. area here, the white, that is snow, but there is some sunshine around as well. mostly over the hills but i would temperatures are struggling throughout the country, single figures today. not be surprised if there is wet now, notice tonight strong northerly winds blowing cloud and some wet snow, snow falling in the towns and cities rain mixing in there, across the hills of northern in the north. it is also cold. britain, and very chilly tonight, barely above freezing in some areas on wednesday morning. wednesday, the low pressure is very and a screaming cold wind tomorrow, particularly in the north. much still over, driving the and look at all of that weather, it is a slow mover, it will
cloud and some wet snow still be with us on thursday, after across the hills, rain too. a little bit of sunshine. it's a real mixed bag low pressure zips across the uk, but on the way tomorrow. but throughout the country sometimes it decides to park itself tomorrow we are all into single figures — 6, 7, 8 degrees. across the uk like a snail. unlike a on top of that it is going to feel colder because, of course, snail we get the areas of cloud and we've got the wind. into thursday, still pretty chilly. rain swirling around and that is why by the time we get to friday the weather is very changeable and that is when it will start you get the sunshine and then to feel a little less cold. downpours and vice versa. we have very strong winds in northern scotland, potentially a0 mph. if the thermometer says 7 degrees, it will feel much colder than that. not a pretty picture for some people tomorrow but the cloud may be quite spectacular at times. as we have seen spectacular at times. as we have seen from that footage of the hailstorm. the area of low pressure is wobbling and spiralling. this circular area, this is a weather
front, but we have pockets of heavy rain and showers, and a real mix, a hodgepodge of weather and also cold, 8 degrees. not uncommon, of course. at the end of the week it will be less cold, more sunshine around and the weather will calm down at least for awhile, but until then i'm keeping thick coat, steady with the brollies because of the strength of the wind.