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this is bbc news. the latest hello, you're watching afternoon live — the headlines at 3.30... hello, you're watching afternoon live, i'm simon mccoy. today at 5pm, a report into last i'm simon mccoy. the horrifying last today at 4... month's ethiopian airlines crash, headlines. pilots fought to save today at 3pm. moments as pilots fought finds the pilots were not to blame. to save their plane. their plane, a report into the the horrifying last moments as pilots fought the report into the ethiopian plane the horrifying last moments as boeing crash. it says they did to save their plane. crash said they did everything right hello, you're watching pilots fought to save their plane. a afternoon live — i'm simon mccoy. the report into the ethiopian plane but couldn't gain control. today at 2. all 157 on board died when the everything right but couldn't regain crash said they did everything right report into the plane crash last control. more talks to find a brexit but couldn't gain control. more talks between labour month an ethiopian said they did the crew performed all and the government to try to find the procedures repeatedly, a brexit compromise. everything right but could not aircraft nosedived soon after the horrifying last moments as compromise. angela merkel arrives in provided by the manufacturer, but was not able to regain control. the crew performed take—off. the aircraft nosedived soon after ta ke—off. the report aircraft nosedived soon after take—off. the report says the crew dublin for talks with the irish by control the aircraft. pilots fought to save their plane. all the procedures provided by the performed in the right way. the crew minister about the deadlock and the the german chancellor angela markel performed in the right way. the crew is in dublin for talks with the performed all the procedures the report into the ethiopian plane possibility of an audio uk departure. the dangers of a bad irish prime minister about the brexit deadlock crash said they did everything right and the possibility manufacturer but were not able to diet, sign to say it's a bigger risk repeatedly provided by the but couldn't gain control. of a no deal uk departure. manufacturer, but was not able to the crew performed all to your health and smoking. the —— and parliament currently suspended the procedures repeatedly, after a roof began leaking control. more talks between labour provided by the manufacturer, control the aircraft. but was not able to more talks between labour and the rainwater into the house of commons. and the government to try and find a control the aircraft. scientists. we go over to arlene government to try to find a brexit practice compromise. the german the findings will put pressure the dangers of a bad diet. on the manufacturer boeing, we'll be talking to an aviation expert. foster and quite a lot of fallout compromise. and parliament currently the other main stories from that old firm game on sunday? chancellor angela merkel arrives in more talks between labour and the scientists say it is suspended after a roof began leaking a bigger risk to your on bbc news at 5pm... government to try to find a brexit health than smoking. rainwater into the house of commons. ireland to talk about a new deal uk moore talks today between labour and compromise. as the german chancellor rangers are already appealing against a two match ban for one of the government to try to find a the german chancellor angela markel departure. when it rains, it pours arrives in dublin for talks with the their players for punching the is in dublin for talks with the forth at the house of commons has brexit compromise. i know that there irish prime minister about the been suspended for the day after a irish prime minister about the celtic captain. these are fresh brexit deadlock and the possibility roof began leaking. just listen to are different proposals being moved brexit deadlock and the possibility charges. celtic won that match with the end to hear the water pouring around, and! ofa no are different proposals being moved around, and i sincerely a late goal going 13 points clear in out. the setting is now suspended brexit deadlock and the possibility of a no deal uk departure. the the premiership and rangers went dangers of a bad diet. sighing to the sfa have taken four days to pick ofa brexit deadlock and the possibility of a no—deal brexit departure. the and no photographs, please. down to ten men. it wasn't that say it is a bigger risk to your the bones out of what went on at dangers ——. the dangers of a bad diet: sending off these charges are about. health than smoking. and coming up, celtic park. they had already scientists say it's a bigger risk
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to your health than smoking. all the sport with ollie foster. charged rangers‘s brian kent for an it was a fractious affair all the much more fallout from the fractious water rushes coming up on afternoon live incident not spotted by the referee, all the sport — olly foster. way through. the rangers boss we have had more fallout from that old firm match last sunday. both rangers are appealing against his and a bad diet could be a bigger stephen gerard was given a one match fractious old firm match over the two match ban for knocking over the risk than smoking. coming up as weekend. today both rangers and touchline ban for comments he made rangers and celtic hit with disciplinary charges by the sfa. all celtic captain scott brown. more celtic hit with disciplinary charges touchline ban for comments he made to the referee afterwards. the well, all the sport. rangers and the details later. and looking at by the sfa. a bit of a giveaway charges have been levelled at the celtic have been hit with celtic captain was charged with club. the details later. and looking at the weather for us. really quite a both cited for a mass confrontaion disciplinary charges after last about the weather? yes, we have had improper conduct, celebrating that followed celtic 2—1 win. towards the rangers fans at the end. sunday's old firm match and as we brown has been charged look ahead to the national on cold day, called enough for some with improper conduct — both clubs have been cited for that snow earlier on in parts of the he celebrated towards the rangers some snow this morning already and mass confrontation that followed the fans, celtic say that they will saturday, the aintree festival is we will be taking a closer look at full—time whistle. celtic say they defend the charges vigourously. wales and midlands. the weather under way. we will have all the who has had the snow here and a bit turning less cold over the next few are going to defend those charges rangers boss steven gerrard has been details. and the weather. will it be further afield as well and also given a one match touchline ban, days and into the weekend, the full apparently for comments he made looking at the all—important weather vigorously. it didn't really pay to all right? we had some snow early on forecast for the rest of the week forecast coming up later on. also so we will take a look at that and into the weekend. thank you. scottish football and fantastic coming up, how a routine vaccination to referee after the game. across the midlands, wales as well. also coming up, sheryl crow proves light. it was always going to be a pretty lively affair. we've just has led to a dramatic drop in further afield, we will be looking atan icy cervical disease in scotland. that every day really is a winding showing the pictures of gareth further afield, we will be looking at an icy blast in china and the southgate getting his obe. let's celtic will be appealing against weekend forecast as well, all coming road. those charges. we are not sure what up weekend forecast as well, all coming upa after tweeting out about having weekend forecast as well, all coming up a little bit later. also coming rangers are going to do with them trouble with her tesla — elon musk pretend it's a football match. let's yet. ok. we saw the pictures of himself comes to the rescue. have a little replay. we saw last up, we go nationwide as we bring the big stories from our regional week harry kane went to the palace newsrooms after report suggest hello, everyone. gareth southgate, you are running seaside towns have been neglected in to pick up his mbe. this is all this is afternoon live — those pictures later. we will. the north—west. blackpool has been because of england's terrific run i'm simon mccoy. hailed as a key town to the last summer to the world cup excellent. i need to monitor your hello, everyone. de—regeneration. from there. this is afternoon live. semifinals. gareth southgate already there is nothing more the crew could i'm simon mccoy. have done to save their plane. the outfit, simon, iwatch excellent. i need to monitor your outfit, simon, i watch avidly. you're watching home and away, i had his mbe so it was an obe for him verdict of the first official report into the crash of a boeing 737 max know what you're doing! let's talk
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nothing more the crew could have to be at the palace, picking up his about aintree. we had the cheltenham done to save their plane. that is the verdict of the first official jet. boeing has grounded all 737 max festival last month, that was a honour from prince charles, aircraft since the disaster, to be at the palace, picking up his honourfrom prince charles, for fantastic four days of racing. crass of the boeing 737 jet last services to football. it was all and an earlier crash in indonesia last year. everybody thinks about the national month. in the horrifying final about last summer and that glorious hello, everyone. summer in russia. then they got here's our transport on saturday but it's actually a this is afternoon live. three—day festival and is under way moments of flight 302, the pilots there is nothing more the crew could today, three races so far. the followed correct procedures but the beaten by croatia in the semifinals. correspondent tom burridge. have done to save their plane. that aircraft kept going into a nosedive gareth southgate, incidentally, he fourth just today, three races so far. the fourthjust under today, three races so far. the fourth just under way. 40 is the verdict of the first official today, three races so far. the fourthjust under way. 40 runners before it crashed killing all 157 on for the national were confirmed has also become the first football today. tiger roll is the favourite, manager to graduate from uk sports last yea r‘s today. tiger roll is the favourite, investigation into the crash of a board. last year's winner. we've had a good boeing has grounded all 737 max two crashes in five boeing 737 last month. in the aircraft since the disaster, elite coaching programme. that's winnerfor quite an honour as well. southgate last year's winner. we've had a good winner for the last year's winner. we've had a good winnerfor the irish last year's winner. we've had a good winner for the irish trainer. horrifying last moments, the pilots and an earlier crash in indonesia last year. last year's winner. we've had a good winnerfor the irish trainer. he had here's our transport a good cheltenham. this was in the followed correct procedure is part will be feeling very optimistic months and 346 dead. of the aircraft kept going into a about the future of his team after last hour or so. ruby walsh on board correspondent tom burridge. last night's football, a good one nosedive. before it crashed killing boeing's reputation is on the line the favourite. not very nice whether all 157 people on board. boeing has for young english talent. pep they are in liverpool. i hope it two crashes in five months and 346 brightens up for a ladies data model guardiola heaped all sorts of praise after more evidence today that and the national. dead. boeing's reputation is on the grounded all 737 max aircraft since on his 18—year—old forward, he starred in a 2—0 when over cardiff. the disaster. line after new reputation today that a new anti—stall system malfunctioned on each occasion, a future star for the club and repeatedly putting both here's our transport planes into a nosedive from correspondent tom burridge. there was malfunction on each which the pilots could not recover. country. it's the first time he'd mcgregor has recently been two crashes in five occasion, repeatedly putting both started a premier league match at today the investigation team into the exchanging a string of insults months and 346 dead. planes into a nosedive from which crash last month in ethiopia said the pilots followed procedures boeing's reputation is on the line the pilots could not recover. today city. pep guardiola says he can be a big playerfor them for issued by boeing after the previous city. pep guardiola says he can be a big player for them for another crash in indonesia but they were with rival khabib nurma—gomedov. after more evidence today that the pilots could not recover. today the investigation team into the still not able to regain the ufc have condemned mcgregeor crash last month in ethiopia said decade. he did absolutely a new anti—stall system control of the plane. the pilots followed procedures for making islamaphobic comments. malfunctioned on each occasion,
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everything, he got a lot of goals, the crew performed all repeatedly putting both and possession. he always give us planes into a nosedive from issued by boeing after the previous but the irish former two weight which the pilots could not recover. the procedures repeatedly provided champion has posted — crash in indonesia but they were "i want to move forward, still not able to regain control of today the investigation the plane. the crew performed all with my fans of all faiths team into the two or three chances for a game. it by the manufacturer but was not able and all backgrounds. crash last month in ethiopia said to control the aircraft. now see you in the octagon." the pilots followed procedures issued by boeing after the previous the plane. the crew performed all and recommendations the procedures repeatedly provided from the investigation crash in indonesia but they were clearly suggesting still not able to regain by the manufacturer but was not able the plane's new automatic anti—stall mechanism pushed the plane's knows was an incredible performance. he is mechanism pushed the plane's nose wolves have confirmed the club control of the plane. record £30 million signing. to control the aircraft. and ready. he is ready to play any game repeatedly down. recommendations from the investigation clearly suggesting the in whatever position and in any the crew performed all plane's new automatic anti—stall competition. 18-year-old callum repeatedly and commanded the procedures repeatedly provided aircraft nose down mechanism pushed the plane's knows repeatedly down. repeatedly and hudson a joy made his first start in conditions are noticed in this the mexican has been on loan by the manufacturer but was not able the premier league last night, set to control the aircraft. preliminary investigation. from benfica this season, and recommendations up scoring 15 goals. the premier league last night, set up the first goal in this when over he's helped them to it is recommended that seventh in the table from the investigation aircraft flight control and they are also in brighton. another academy graduate system relating to flight the fa cup semi—finals, commanded aircraft nose down the control ability shall be reviewed they face watford on sunday. clearly suggesting the conditions are noted in this by the manufacturer. plane's new automatic anti—stall scored a second. he is only 23. draw attention to this gauge here. mechanism pushed the plane's nose preliminary investigation. it is gareth southgate was repeatedly down. commented that aircraft flight at buckingham palace today to collect his obe. plenty regard safety to admire. he was given the honour for services to football after guiding england repeatedly and commanded control system relating to fright this simulator is what the 737 aircraft nose down looks like before it to the world cup semi conditions are noticed in this control system relating to fright finals last summer. control ability shall be reviewed by wolves have confirmed the club was modified to create the max. southgate has also become the first the manufacturer. draw attention to record signing of the striker, the football maanger to graduate from uk preliminary investigation. captain chris brady, sports elite coaching programme. this gauge here. this simulator is mexican scored 15 goals since it is recommended that with 18 years of experience flying aircraft flight control joining on a season—long loan back they are up to fourth in the world system relating to flight what the 737 looks like before it injune. he has helped wolves up to 737s is showing us how control ability shall be reviewed the anti—stall system would rankings. it's lovely that you can was modified to create the max. work. seventh in the table and played a that is the stall warning to tell by the manufacturer.
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key role in reaching sunday's fa cup you the aircraft is about to plot their progress. we've talked captain chris brady, with 18 years about trying to become the number draw your attention stall. one team in the world and that has to this gauge here. of experience flying 737 is showing semifinal against watford. he questions whether the mechanism key role in reaching sunday's fa cup semifinalagainst watford. hejoins was properly thought to be ouraim. this simulator is what the 737 permanently from benfica. the peter through by boeing and us one team in the world and that has looks like before it us of experience flying 737 is showing us how the anti—stall system would to be our aim. to go from 15th to was modified to create the max. regulators at the faa. fourth might have been easier than work. that is the stall warning to the next step and there are some there needs to be a separate dummy £30 million for them. the teams behind us that will be working tell you the aircraft is about to extra ha rd to opening race of the day, the novices teams behind us that will be working extra hard to trying and bridge that the type of plane which crashed on stall. he questions whether the investigation into how gap as well. we are improving and we both occasions. mechanism was properly thought chase, the mayor won by a length and are enjoying the journey. were going captain chris brady, boeing and the faa between them with 18 years of experience flying a quarter. that was amy murphy's managed to certify an aircraft with 737s is showing us how through by boeing and us regulators the anti—stall system would at the faa. there needs to be a such a catastrophic to keep doing it. here is another work. single point of failure. that is the stall warning to tell biggest victory of her training positive football story. we don't boeing faces lawsuits, you the aircraft is about to separate investigation into how career. the feature race of the day, multiple investigations and uncomfortable questions about how have many of them, do we? raheem stall. boeing and the faa between them this aircraft was deemed safe to the aintree hurdle, takes place at sterling is paying for people from he questions whether the new fly. mechanism was properly thought managed to certify an aircraft with 25 past three. the runners and his old school to attend the fa cup through by boeing and us such a catastrophic single point of we were fairly confident that semifinal this weekend. it's not regulators at the faa. riders for the national have been their recommendations for the first there needs to be a separate confirmed as well. go to the website just a couple of pupils either. investigation into how failure. boeing faces lawsuits, accident would have solved boeing and the faa between them for all the details. conor the england forward is stumping managed to certify an aircraft with the second accident but in this case up for 550 students multiple investigations and it is still completely open. from the ark elvin academy in london such a catastrophic uncomfortable questions about how this aircraft was deemed safe to mcgregor‘s latest retirement could be short lived, just like its last to attend the match they say they followed between manchester city and brighton the recommended single point of failure. fly. we were fairly confident that one. he said he was quitting usc procedures but the plane still at wembley on sunday. their recommendations for the first nine days ago. mcgregor has recently crashed so the boeing position that boeing faces lawsuits, the moment is very awkward. multiple investigations and accident would have solved the subsidising ticket and transport for uncomfortable questions about how second accident but in this case it been involved in an exchange and a them to get to the match. this aircraft was deemed safe to boeing will review the kids are also due to meet fly. is still completely open. they say today's report and is sterling at city's training complex string of insults with long—time in manchester today. they followed the recommended already working to make the max procedures but the plane still we were fairly confident that rival. ufc have condemned mcgregor safer and says safety is always its their recommendations for the first accident would have solved crashed so the boeing position that for making islamophobic comments. the second accident but in this case top priority. the moment is very awkward. boeing it is still completely open. the farmer two weight champion has but the plane remains they say they followed posted that he wants to move grounded worldwide and the the recommended procedures but the plane still
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will review today's report and is reputational damage crashed so the boeing position that already working to make the max the moment is very awkward. forward. i will see you in the safer and says safety is always its is still playing out. octagon. we will see. that's the top priority. but the plane remains sport for now, i'll be back after boeing will review today's report and is grounded worldwide and the already working to make the max reputational damage is still playing three. olly, thank you very much. safer and says safety is always its we will take you over to family top priority. with the current deadlock, might out. stockpiling be wasted money? house in dublin for the imminent our business correspondent ben thompson reports. our business correspondence is here. arrival of the german chancellor they've been making chocolate here since 1920. angela merkel. she is meeting at the firm has been through good times it was described as awkward for and bad, and said the lack boeing but how significant could of clarity around but the 737 max remains grounded worldwide and the this be? it could be very family house and ahead of the formal reputational damage with the current deadlock, might meeting they will participate in a brexit is nothing new. significant but we must remember these are the first findings of what roundtable discussion with people but it's meant the firm has been is still playing out. could be a very detailed businesses be wasting money? our business correspondent from northern ireland and the border stockpiling supplies to avoid well the preliminary investigation and details are still ben thompson reports. area. angela merkel has vowed to report into the crash, has not been published yet, sketchy. two things are worth they've been making chocolate here since 1920. the firm has been through good times fight until the last hour to avoid a disruption when the uk but could be released leaves the eu. by the end of the week.0ur and bad, and said the lack no deal outcome, something which business correspondent, we buy in brazils from bolivia says the findings could be very bearing in mind. one, the aircraft of clarity around could of course have a big impact on significant for boeing. repeatedly effectively went into a brexit is nothing new. and we've had to buy in £100,000 the island of ireland. watching we have to remember these are the but it's meant the firm has been nosedive. that will cast suspicion first findings of what could be a on the system on board these worth of brazils early this year. stockpiling supplies to avoid events for us, moments away, chris we've had to buy in £60,000 very long investigation and details aircraft, and anti—stall system, disruption when the uk page can tell us, she is on her way? or £70,000 worth of ginger early are very long investigation and details a re sketchy very long investigation and details are sketchy at the moment. because that comes from china, thatis aircraft, and anti—stall system, that is meant to lower the nose when leaves the eu. she certainly is. we have police there are two significant things and we've had to insist all our the plane is at risk of stalling. it we buy in brazils from bolivia packaging comes in early as well, and we've had to buy in £100,000 in case there's a hold up there, is believed to have malfunctioned and that's cost us another 120,000, that we can take out of this. worth of brazils early this year. writers on the outskirts of dublin and then accident involving a so its cost us over we've had to buy in £60,000 and the motorcade has the german 300,000 at the moment. firstly, the fact that the plane or £70,000 worth of ginger early this firm isn't alone. separate 737 max last year. the because that comes from china,
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half of all the food we eat and we've had to insist all our chancellor angela merkel arriving here for her talks with the irish repeatedly went into nosedive. second point is key, the pilots packaging comes in early as well, in the uk is imported appear to have done everything asked in case there's a hold up there, prime minister leo varadkar. top of and so businesses have been stocking and that's cost us another 120,000, the agenda will be what happens to of them. in the wake of the first up, buying more than usual to avoid it malfunctioned or is believed to so its cost us over the agenda will be what happens to accident in indonesia, boeing put 300,000 at the moment. the border in the event of a no—deal border delays or higher prices. have malfunctioned in a separate brexit if the uk leaves without a out a bulletin saying that if a this firm isn't alone. deal. it complicates even more that incident in indonesia last year problem emerged with the system this half of all the food we eat question of the irish border which but with a no deal exit ruled out which looks like the same thing may is what pilots were supposed to do have happened again. in the uk is imported again by mps last night, about it. they could follow a set have firms wasted time and money and so businesses have been stocking has vexed the entire brexit process. the second is that, as you say, up, buying more than usual to avoid the quandary that the irish procedure they should have been government finds itself in is how on all those extra supplies? the pilots did everything border delays or higher prices. aware of and under those that they were supposed to do. circumstances they can get the does it protect the good friday larger companies have invested aircraft back under control. if the but with a no deal exit ruled out agreement to secure peace in in stock, both in the uk, in the wake of the first accident, pilots in this case followed the again by mps last night, northern ireland ? often in the netherlands, it came out that if this were to procedure and were unable to get the agreement to secure peace in northern ireland? while at the same time protecting the integrity of the just to ensure continuity of supply. have firms wasted time and money european single market. leo varadkar happen again, this is what pilots aircraft under control then boeing but it'sjust been such should do. they had a set procedure has questions to answer because it a lot of wasted effort on all those extra supplies? says reasonable questions have been and under those circumstances, they should be able to get the aircraft effectively allowed an aircraft to asked as to how it can square that in terms of people having, continue flying five months after an talking about what might be, larger companies have invested particular circle. just got the back under control. if the pilots in in stock, both in the uk, when at this time of the year this case tried to follow this accident, seeing a particular often in the netherlands, chancellor arriving now at the companies are normally talking procedure would solve the problems, just to ensure continuity of supply. but it'sjust been such outskirts of dublin, being greeted about new business, positive procedure and failed to get it under but that appears not to be the case. so the potential for reputation a lot of wasted effort things, and that's just in terms of people having, control, boeing has questions to something that's on hold. a nswer control, boeing has questions to answer because it allowed an by members of the star. this is the damage as well as a financial hit? talking about what might be, but as well as avoiding aircraft to continue flying five empty shelves, firms want there is no question boeing are months after an accident, said a when at this time of the year clarity on their staff too. companies are normally talking particular procedure would sort out focused on safety and no has visited ireland in the last five manufacturer would set out to create about new business, positive any problems and it appears that is things, and that's just the industry employs 400,000 people, a dangerous aircraft. the questions not the case. the potential of huge something that's on hold. yea rs. are about whether commercial a third of those from the eu.
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pressures and the company to cut has visited ireland in the last five years. with the brexit clock ticking there are still big questions over towards that date of 12th may, reputational and financial hit. but as well as avoiding there is no question that boeing is corners and whether american empty shelves, firms want over their rights after brexit. regulators may have been complicit clarity on their staff too. in that as well. we don't know this the next 12 months could bring focused on safety, no manufacturer she has come here to the irish big changes to the way would set out to create a dangerous capital to meet the leader of the that firms operate. and that is what this investigation the industry employs 400,000 people, is all about because investigations irish republic, a man who in so many aircraft. the questions being asked are about learning but there is a third of those from the eu. are about whether commercial there are still big questions potential for boeing to face ways has found himself at the centre pressures encouraged the company to business now wants answers over their rights after brexit. of this whole brexit process, and and a clear timetable cut corners potentially and whether lawsuits, it has a lot of customers for what happens next. eve ryo ne of this whole brexit process, and ben thompson, bbc news, in preston. american regulators may have been waiting for aircraft that currently the next 12 months could bring everyone has agreed, including complicit in that as well. we do not cannot fly because of a safety big changes to the way angela markel and the other eu know this, this is what the that firms operate. review so the 737 has yet to be put business now wants answers and a clear timetable investigation is all about because leaders, including a macron who leo investigations are about learning backin review so the 737 has yet to be put back in the air, so there are all for what happens next. the issue of brexit is at the top of these things to bring pressure to varadkar metjust a few days ago, but there is potential for boeing to ben thompson, bbc news, in preston. that the border should be kept open. the agenda of talks between leo brad face lawsuits, it has a lot of bear. this is from the ethiopian carried the irish prime minister and government but there are other there hasn't been an agreement as to customers who are waiting for our reports which people will want to angela merkel, the german craft that currently cannot fly over the past two years how that can be achieved. we can because of a safety review so the certainly expect the border to be chancellor, who arrived at farmleigh thousands of people at risk house on the outskirts of dublin see. the federal aviation of homelessness from london have administration in the united states been moved into converted offices what they are discussing most of this afternoon. a formal meeting in the essex town of harlow. has launched a far ranging review this afternoon and as to the 7237 m is yet to be put back in the it was dreamt up as a solution importance of that, we have seen here. after the photocalls, the two airso into the safety certification of the to boost the supply of housing. 7237 m is yet to be put back in the air so there 7237 m is yet to be put back in the airso there are 7237 m is yet to be put back in the air so there are many things that 737 max. the faa itself certify this but there are now concerns people from northern ireland and need to be done before this is people from northern ireland and that the project is putting a strain of them attended a meeting, a on local communities and leaving people from northern ireland and fixed. —— the 737 max is not back vulnerable families aircraft are safe. there have been a feeling abandoned. people from the business area, and any airyet. fixed. —— the 737 max is not back any air yet. what would people want lot of accusations in the american nikki fox reports. before they sit down for the formal roundtable discussion with people to see from the report? the faa summit they will have a roundtable press and elsewhere suggesting there discussion with the people from the from northern ireland and the border towering over this essex town, any air yet. what would people want to see from the report? the fm in these former offices now converted border area and north of the border, area. just to warn you, there is the united states has launched a far was too much common ground between to emergency housing, flash photography throughout this and we are expecting them to tell ranging review into the safety boeing and the faa. some of the where families with young item as we bring it to you now. certification of the 737 max. the
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safety work was contracted out to children from london about their experiences both of the members of the public in northern faa itself certified this aircraft councils live side by side ireland and living near the border is safe. there have been a lot of boeing itself. in a way you could with ex—offenders and addicts. conflict in northern ireland, those say it was marking its own homework. memories still pretty raw for many sharing personal experiences and perspectives on the impact to any accusations in the american press that is normal procedure but the there's actually someone and elsewhere suggesting that there standing with a crack pipe, people, and also the impact they return to a hard but i would have on suggestion is in this case because standing with one in their hand, of the rush to get the aircraft on fear if there are controls on that we re and elsewhere suggesting that there and another one's got border communities and businesses. i were too much common ground between the market quickly and because the needles in their hand, land border. and we have just seen think we'll see that two of them boeing and the faa. some of the and there's blood splattered up the wall. walking into the meeting here. and faa had limited resources, perhaps that photo shoot, very important the if i'm homeless and they are give me message of unity that both angela safety work was contracted out to too much responsibility was given to obviously the issue of no deal at this, how can i turn round and say the top of the agenda as far as boeing itself, you could say it was boeing and the faa was not rigorous "i don't want that". merkel and leo varadkar want to send marking its own homework, which is enough on its own analysis. so it i'm homeless! angela merkel is concerned. some how can i then turn something down? out, but behind closed doors, there normal procedure but the suggestion concern the irish government has not is because of the rush to get the has invited another safety agencies around the world to have their own but they shouldn't have got preparations nearly in advance aircraft on the market quickly and is concern in the eu about ireland's say and to look at the safety sent me to this place. because the faa had limited preparations for a no deal? that's of that. we will return to that. since the block opened last resources , because the faa had limited resources, may be too much certification so when the aircraft year, crime's up 20%. responsibility was given to boeing is flying again they can be a new police unit's had to be set up. right. the irish government says it we'll talk to chris page a little and the faa was not rigorous enough confident that it is safe to fly. we have nuisance youths, thank you. we have anti—social behaviour, is putting in place any specific later on. we've had violence, we've had fights over the past two years in its own analysis. it has invited plans for infrastructure at the thousands of people at risk and we've had and knife crime. border at the moment. it is working in other safety agencies from around these companies need to look with the european commission around of homelessness from london have the world to have their say on this been moved into converted offices negotiating teams from the at the vetting of the people in the essex town of harlow. and to look at the safety they are putting in and they need the checks for goods moving between it was dreamt up as a solution government and labour are meeting to take some responsibility certification, something that means today to try to find a way forward to boost the supply of housing. around the placements northern ireland and the irish when this aircraft is flying again, for brexit. a vote was backed last of certain individuals. but there are now concerns we have about 90 cameras republic. they have been clear there that the project is putting a strain they can be confident it is actually covering the building. will be some checks but are trying on local communities and leaving caridon property told us it does vulnerable families safe to fly. night byjust one vote which may to support tenants and many to make sure those checks take place feeling abandoned. are grateful to leave london. nikki fox reports. avoid leaving without a deal. towering over this essex town, from westminster our political away from the border. one these former offices now converted correspondent alex forsyth reports. if they wasn't with us particularly difficult issue that things look a little they would be in hostels to emergency housing, bleak in westminster. where families with young no sign yet of any way to break or shared accommodation, b&bs, leo varadkar has acknowledged as the children from london and if someone does cause the westminster deadlock. a regular nuisance, you know, issue of animal checks. animals and councils live side by side last night, mps backed a backbench
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with ex—offenders and addicts. bill byjust one vote asking for yesterday the prime minister met we will ask them to be removed. the labour leaderfor what they called constructive talks. there's actually someone further delay to allow us not to today the teams are meeting in harlow more than a dozen office food products moving across the standing with a crack pipe, leave without a deal in april. again to try to find a blocks have been converted to flats. border have to be physically standing with one in their hand, compromise. and another one's got they don't need planning permission needles in their hand, from westminster our political inspected, so in particular that is and there's blood splattered correspondent alex forsyth reports. and many are scattered up the wall. political correspondent on issues such as going to be a very difficult issue. alex forsyth reports. things look a little confirmatory votes we had on the far edges of town. if i'm homeless and they are give me bleak in westminster. discussions yesterday ireland are adamant they are not no sign yet of any way to break coming under any major pressure from this, how can i turn round and say the westminster deadlock. and we will continue today. a makeshift play area in a fenced the labour leadership the european union about the no deal "i don't want that". yesterday the prime minister met is under pressure from off section of a car park. i'm homeless! the labour leaderfor within the party to push this block, run by a different preparations are indeed about any how can i then turn something down? what they called constructive talks. other brexit issue. they are sending today the teams are meeting company, on an industrial estate but they shouldn't have miles from the town centre. sent me to this place. again to try to find a for another public vote. a strong message of solidarity from since the block opened last compromise. meanwhile, the government the only thing around us here today. this is happening 72 year, crime's up 20%. is having to defend is warehouses and business centres. itself from tories furious like there's not a shop, a new police unit's the closest shop to us hours after leo varadkar stood had to be set up. at the talks with labour. shoulder to shoulder with macron in is a 40 minute walk. we have nuisance youths, we have been discussing labour was as everybody is aware, we have anti—social behaviour, even the commute back we've had violence, we've had fights my alternative plan. parliament is not supporting to where your family live the prime minister's deal so and things like that, and we've had and knife crime. that's what makes you paris, so the fact he is meeting these companies need to look the prime minister is trying to find feel isolated as well. at the vetting of the people what deal parliamentary mps councils in london blame a shortage these two major leaders this week, they are putting in and they need of affordable housing to take some responsibility will support and that is what she is and say they can't compete they are hoping it will send out a around the placements —— we have been discussing of certain individuals. labour's alternative plan. focused on. with private landlords. message to other countries of the we have about 90 cameras and issues such as it is absolutely logical to do that covering the building. confirmatory votes we had european union and indeed to london, caridon property told us it does discussions yesterday and we have to leave the look, i'm really sorry support tenants and many and we will continue today. european union. for their situation. none of us want that, are grateful to leave london. the labour leadership is under pressure from the ayes to the right, 313. so while those reasonable questions, within the party to push but london accounts for nearly 70% if they wasn't with us for another public vote. the noes to the left, 312. of homelessness in england meanwhile, the government i would imagine, they would be in hostels is having to defend and we are able to facilitate so while those reasonable questions, iwould imagine, will so while those reasonable questions, i would imagine, will be put to him or shared accommodation, b&bs, itself from tories furious by chancellor merkel, the irish at the talks with labour. last night mps concerned a 92% in our boroughs, and if someone does cause as everybody is aware, compromise might not be found voted a regular nuisance, you know, parliament is not supporting government will be hoping people the prime minister's deal so to stop the uk leaving or in london's boundaries. ta ke government will be hoping people take from this that the eu remains we will ask them to be removed. the prime minister is trying to find without a deal in place. what deal parliamentary mps the government's reviewing the way foursquare behind ireland. thank you will support and that is what she is
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if the house of lords agrees today offices are turned into social very much. and as he was saying, a in harlow more than a dozen office housing without planning permission. focused on. a new law will force blocks have been converted to flats. it is absolutely logical to do that the government to ask the eu some say parachuting families they don't need planning permission and we have to leave the to extend the whole process but for european union. brexiteers, further delay, into unfamiliar places the ayes to the right, 313. critical week for brexit. possibly taking part in elections to without better support negotiating teams from the the noes to the left, 312. the european parliament, needs a rethink. government and labour are meeting and many are scattered nikki fox, bbc news. again today to try to find a way last night mps concerned a compromise might not be found voted forward on brexit. last night mps is unacceptable. on the far edges of town. to stop the uk leaving the outgoing backed a backbench bill byjust one a makeshift play area in a fenced president of algeria — abdelaziz bouteflika — off section of a car park. were brexit to be delayed vote which forces the prime minister without a deal in place. to ask the eu for further delay to this block, run by a different so that we take part in the has asked for forgiveness company, on an industrial estate european elections that would be in an open letter to avoid leaving without a deal on 12th the country's citizens. miles from the town centre. if the house of lords agrees today a betrayal of the referendum result the president, who has been april. from westminster our political the only thing around us a new law will force and inflict untold damage on the is warehouses and business centres. reputation of the conservative in powerfor 20 years, correspondent alex forsyth reports. like there's not a shop, the government to ask the eu party. the closest shop to us to extend the whole process but for has stepped down following weeks things look a little theresa may had planned to ask of anti—government protests. is a 40 minute walk. brexiteers, further delay, our correspondent, sally nabil, possibly taking part in elections to the eu for a short extension to bleak in westminster. the european parliament, give herself more time in the capital, algiers, is unacceptable. even the commute back to try to get an exit told us what the mood no sign yet of any way to break to where your family live were brexit to be delayed deal through parliament, but is like there at the moment. the brexit deadlock. and things like that, so that we take part in the if this deal is approved today, it yesterday the prime minister met that's what makes you european elections that would be it's a very cheerful mood. feel isolated as well. would give mps a say over how long the people here are very happy that the labour leaderfor councils in london blame a shortage a betrayal of the referendum result any delays should be. president bouteflika has finally what they called constructive talks. and inflict untold damage on the and there is no agreement on that. today the teams are meeting of affordable housing reputation of the conservative left, but still they feel again to try to find a and say they can't compete that they have not achieved compromise. with private landlords. party. all of their goals yet look, i'm really sorry for their situation. on issues such as none of us want that, theresa may had planned to ask because to them it is not confirmatory votes we had about the man any more. discussions yesterday but london accounts for nearly 70% the eu for a short extension to an extension has to be give herself more time and we will continue today. of homelessness in england long enough to things. and we are able to facilitate to try to get an exit it is about the system the labour leadership deal through parliament, but for parliament to come and it is about the ruling elite, is under pressure from 92% in our boroughs, if this deal is approved today, it within the party to push to a decision on which includes powerful businessmen, for another public vote. would give mps a say over how long any deal and get a majority in or in london's boundaries. any delays should be. powerful politicians... meanwhile, the government and there is no agreement on that. parliament for any deal and put that is having to defend deal back to the people. they hold this ruling elite itself from tories furious the government's reviewing the way offices are turned into social that is not a universal accountable for what they say view here but then is corruption and oppression at the talks with labour. housing without planning permission. little eyes. some say parachuting families
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and high unemployment rates, into unfamiliar places without better support an extension has to be little is. and they say that it's notjust as everybody is aware, needs a rethink. the eu has made clear any extension nikki fox, bbc news. parliament is not supporting long enough to things. must have a purpose. bouteflika that needs to go, another long day of brexit wrangling lays ahead. it's also his ruling elite, the prime minister's deal so -- an extension has to be long the way forward remains uncertain. enough for two things. the regime that dominated this the prime minister is trying to find the outgoing president of algeria — for parliament to come country for 20 years. abdelaziz bouteflika — to a decision on what deal parliamentary mps any deal and get a majority in will support and that is what she is has asked for forgiveness parliament for any deal and put that i have been talking to some people in an open letter to focused on. the country's citizens. deal back to the people. here since i arrived and i asked it is absolutely logical to do that the president, who has been that is not a universal view here but then them, why were you so unhappy and we have to leave the in powerfor 20 years, little is. let's go to our chief political european union. has stepped down following weeks the eu has made clear any extension correspondent vicky young who is in under bouteflika's rule? the ayes to the right, 313. of anti—government protests. must have a purpose. westminster for hours. a long day they said, because our correspondent, sally nabil, another long day of brexit we could not speak. in the capital, algiers, wrangling lays ahead. ahead, a long night in the house of because we had a very the noes to the left, 312. told us what the mood the way forward remains uncertain. last night mps concerned a high unemployment rate. is like there at the moment. lords? we have these negotiations compromise might not be found voted it is a very cheerful mood. and the thing is that to stop the uk leaving going on and we are told by downing the people here are in algiers at the moment, without a deal in place. street that the intense discussions if the house of lords agrees today very happy that the according to the constitution, a new law will force president has finally left vickijung is between those teams will call on the interim government appointed the government to ask the eu but still they feel that we haven't by president bouteflika before vicki jung is in to extend the whole process but for achieved all the goals yet, vickijung is in westminster. these talks between labour and the throughout the day and i think the he resigned should stay in power because to them, for three months until fresh brexiteers, further delay, it is not about the man any more. government are going on. do we know big question is how long does the possibly taking part in elections to the european parliament, what is happening there? have to government give that process? they elections are held, and also it is about the system. bearin what is happening there? have to we re the speaker of the upper house it is about the ruling elite bear in any —— might have there been government give that process? they were not particularly positive words which includes powerful any lea ks? we coming out last night from the of the parliament should be is unacceptable. bear in any —— might have there been any leaks? we do know that kay labour side, they seemed to suggest businessmen, powerful politicians. the caretaker president, starmer has left saying that they but the people in the street totally have been talking and there will be nothing was being offered from the refuse government members were brexit to be delayed they hold this ruling elite more talks to follow. —— kier prime minister, no sense that there so that we take part in the accountable for what they say is was going to be any kind of and the speaker of the upper house. european elections that would be a betrayal of the referendum result corruption and repression and high they say they need a new and inflict untold damage on the unemployment rates and they say that concession from her. i think the phase with new faces. reputation of the conservative this is why they are very much party. it is notjust bouteflika that needs theresa may had planned to ask downing street view would be and determined to go out
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thatis downing street view would be and in huge numbers tomorrow, the eu for a short extension to to go, it is also his ruling elite, starmer has been talking. this is that is not what yesterday was because they say, yes, all about how long it will take to about, that was about setting up the give herself more time we have succeeded partly to try to get an exit get the deal brokered withjeremy process today, but time is of the in unseating the country's longest deal through parliament, the regime which has dominated this but if this deal is approved today, it corbyn with downing street saying if essence. downing street said both serving president, but we also country for 20 years. the need to be more face—to—face would give mps a say over how long sides know there is a sense of i have been talking to some meetings between the prime minister any delays should be. people here since i urgency about all of this but how and there is no agreement on that. arrived and i ask them, and jeremy corbyn, that could happen long did they let that process go, need his regime to go. as early as tomorrow but nothing is why were you so unhappy and if there is a compromise, find under bouteflika's rule? confirmed. it is important because an extension has to be if that does not work and they go on they then move to the next stage the maryam is here with the latest business news. they said because we couldn't speak. to the second phase, the prime prime minister set out which of this first a look at the headlines long enough to things. long we had a very high minister has said is that it be a idea of another round of votes were enough for two things. unemployment rate. it can show what it might actually on afternoon live. the thing is, the dilemma series of votes in the house of for parliament to come commons where mps can choose between be in favour. if they want to do to a decision on at the moment his according to the any deal and get a majority in constitution, the interim government that on monday they have to really parliament for any deal and put that different brexit alternatives. is authorities in ethiopia appointed by president bouteflika investigating the crash last month deal back to the people. tell the house of commons today, so involving a boeing 3737 c pilots that is not a universal before he resigned should stay we may find out something more by view here but then she doing that before she goes to little is. in powerfor three months 5pm and if not, it could be tuesday the eu has made clear any extension until french elections are held the eu summit on wednesday, it is and also the not clear that she is going to go we re involving a boeing 3737 c pilots were not to blame. they were unable must have a purpose. another long day of brexit speaker of the upper house there with a definite plan. what was and as we know, that emergency to control the aircraft despite wrangling lays ahead. summit is on wednesday and that is the way forward remains uncertain. of the parliament should be following guidance. talks between the caretaker president said to us this morning by downing labour and the government are but the people in the street, they totally refuse street is the european council will that set. so no deal is not off the continuing. scientists say the government members, the speaker of be looking at clarity from long—term effects of a bad diet is a table the moment? how many times the upper house, they say we need parliament on steps going forward so bigger risk to your health than maybe not that there is a specific have we said that? today downing a new face with new faces. deal in place but that they have smoking. this is like they are street saying they fear about the here's your business let's go to our chief political very much determined some kind of plan so it is possible to go out in huge numbers tomorrow bill going through the house of headlines on afternoon live. correspondence in westminster. the theresa may could go on wednesday to lords today, and we do think it will the crisis for boeing deepens. because they say, yes, we have the council, say to them we need go through today, there are lots of house of lords, i was going to say ethiopia calls for a review they had packed lunches ready but different votes going on throughout of flight controls succeeded partly in unseating another delay to brexit, i cannot
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the day in the evening, but they as investigators find that pilots they had packed lunches ready but they wouldn't do that. they are the country's longest serving say exactly what the plan is because were not to blame for president but we also crash near addis ababa. ready for a long setting. you're i'm still in talks withjeremy going to wish you hadn't asked me fear is that the prime minister, the hundreds of boeing 737—maxs have corbyn and that would suggest it been grounded and thousands what is going on in the house of would be a very long delay to government on probably monday will of orders now on ice. lords but what is happening as they need his regime to go. put the date and that they're to be brexit, while the government here are looking at the bell that went wa nts brexit, while the government here wants some kind of get out if she asking forfor through the house of commons put the date and that they're to be asking for for that delay. the ghosn is rearrested — yesterday, to force the prime maryam is here with does get a deal. we know there will problem is if she goes to the eu this time over allegations minister to go and ask for an the latest business news. that he paid an omani businessman first a look at the headlines not be a so—called indicative votes council on wednesday and they say, extension, a delay to brexit. thirty—one million dollars of the series of votes on monday you're not having that delay, she because of the way things work in on afternoon live. then because of this bill has to from company funds. because the government has to tell the house of lords, it is quite the house of commons ahead of time come back to the house of commons the horrifying last complicated and they don't have the moments as pilots fought mr ghosn denies all charges same rules as in the commons. if to save their plane. and the commons has had to pack up next thursday, the day before we are the report into the ethiopian plane early today for a very unusual and vows not to be broken. crash said they did everything right due to leave, and make sure there happens to be a peer who wants reason. there has been a leak thousands of firms look set but couldn't gain control. parliament approves of it, so the to miss tonight's legal deadline to try to eat the process out or through the ceiling and if you for publishing their gender pay gap. more talks between labour listen very closely to the moment view from downing street is that even try to block it, they can put and the government to try to find this bill which is trying to stop no the deadline for companies down amendments and that is what has well they decided they have to pack in the public sector was march 31st. a brexit compromise. dealfrom happening britain's equality and human happened, there are seven of them, up, you can hear the water gushing this bill which is trying to stop no deal from happening could this bill which is trying to stop no dealfrom happening could make it rights commission says it much harder because you are getting will take enforcement action and then they can get up and just up against all businesses through the roof. i have to suspend much harder because you are getting up very close to that deadline. some that miss the deadline. talk and talk and talk until somebody tells them to shut up. do the dangers of a bad diet. the sitting and when we come back, anxiety i think amongst people in scientists say it is the sitting and when we come back, they really say shut up? how do you a bigger risk to your the bells will ring two minutes downing street about how all this is trade talks between the us health than smoking. stop a lord from speaking?m before we restart, so the setting is going to work. what time does your shift finish? i am going home early. and china continue. they really say shut up? how do you stop a lord from speaking? it is not quite as rude as that but you have here's your business now suspended and no photographs, headlines on afternoon live. to have a vote on that's what the crisis for boeing deepens. please. we've got a lot to get their teeth happens as once they get fed up from water gushes ethiopia calls for a review into. president trump will be of flight controls listening to eurosceptics trying to as investigators find that pilots core blimey, it is gushing. there is meeting at the vice premier and block this going through, what were not to blame for later on today at the white house to happens is they have to have a vote crash near addis ababa. talk about the trade issues between on it, so they have to vote on hundreds of boeing 737—maxs have a problem here, isn't there? if they been grounded and thousands china and the us. these are ongoing whether that peer has to stop of orders now on ice. our reality check correspondent talks we've been hearing about over
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talking, then they have a vote on find it is damaging electrical works chris morris explains. the past few days. has there been carlos ghosn is rearrested — or something, that could have an the actual amendment they are all one term that keeps cropping up talking about so there are seven of this time over allegations impact on what happens over the next in the brexit negotiations progress? well, there is talk there those amendments, so they will that he paid an omani 48 hours or so in the house of is the customs union. businessman $31 million commons but meantime, any next the uk is in it because for could be an announcement of a from company funds. meeting between president trump and probably have seven votes on the moment it's still an eu member, chatting up the peers plus the votes chamber, the house of lords, they on the amendments and this is before mr ghosn denies all charges but what does it actually do? the president of china later today could be working through the night. basically the customs union makes they even get to the point they are and vows not to be broken. trade between the 28 are some point in the future. that they are going strong and looks like eu countries easier. discussing the actual bill. it is thousands of firms look set to miss tonight's legal deadline could be a sign that... the markets for publishing their gender pay gap. when goods move between them going on for a very long time and a bill -- there are no customs the deadline for companies they are going strong and looks like a bill —— they are looking at the we re could be a sign that... the markets were like that. they like anything the labour peer who opened this bill passed last night by one vote checks or charges imposed. but when goods enter the customs these days, to be honest. our north in the public sector was march 31st. debate said i am happy to be here britain's equality and human about forcing the prime minister in union from the rest of the world rights commission says it law to go and ask for this delay to all night, i hear that breakfast is will take enforcement action there is a common charge, against all businesses known as a tariff. america business correspondentjoins served from 7:30am. i have a that miss the deadline. brexit next week. the house of lords take cars. is looking at it, it is very us now america business correspondentjoins us now from new york. i don't mean a charge is 10% of their value. controversial, there are lots of it's a way of protecting eu goods suspended setting. the bells will that, of course! how close are they eurosceptic peers trying to really from cheaper foreign imports. slow down that process rather than once the common tariff is paid, toa that, of course! how close are they to a deal? we've been here before, ring two minutes before we restart, if you talk financial services you getting it through in one day and it goods can move freely around the eu haven't we? we've been here before. so ring two minutes before we restart, without any more checks or charges. so the setting is now suspended and tend to think of london and it would bea is an incredibly torturous process no photographs. what has happened, tend to think of london and it would be a mistake to do so? it's a new that's one of the main reasons why because it works very differently in report from the city uk and it shall big japanese car firms like nissan the house of lords where peer can yes, yes, i realise. we'll have to hang ona while london still remains in the set up car plants in the uk — work with it. it isn't possible they no photographs. what has happened, hang on a minute! let mejust uk's help when it comes to financial get up and talk for as long as they explain what has happened. that was for guaranteed smooth access like until someone tells them they have heard enough from them, can to the whole eu market. are getting very close to a deal and the speaker of the house. what services, other regions are doing they stop talking. you cannot get the fact are going to see the well. in fact, services, other regions are doing happened, there was a leak in the well. infact, regions services, other regions are doing well. in fact, regions and nations have been faster than the capital them to sit down, you need to have a obviously though if you're president will be meeting with the in the customs union you've got house of commons, is that right? over the past five years in terms of vote on it. they have to have a vote to play by its rules. vice premier of china is significant they have had to clear the chamber? step. we are hearing that it's every so often to stop peers most importantly one country — growth. almost half according to the talking, then they have to have the uk for example — can't strike its own trade deals they have had to clear the chamber? figures of britain's £99.6 billion votes on any amendments, any changes the chamber has been suspended and i with other countries possible that they're going to have just been told according to the they are trying to make, seven of
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announce a summit between the around the world. labour whip's office, they had to those they have gone for hours the eu negotiates trade deals financial related professional for all its members. adjourn the setting for the rest of services experts came from london. already and they are not even at the why? president of the united states and were talking about areas like point yet where they have started the day which means they have gone well, because if the uk was able the president of china. but what home, so right at the end, you could actually discussing the bill itself. to set tariffs for imported cars they really waiting for is to iron between welsh and scottish industry of say 5% rather than 10%, one labour peer at the beginning of out any sort of kinks in this hear the water gushing in through all this said they would be here all then all those cars would be sent the roof. we think that it has come experts underwent the largest to the uk more cheaply and get free potential deal. what we are hearing night and they hear breakfast is expansion. showing annual average access to the rest of the eu, is there are just a few more served from 7:30am so we will have sticking points. the two sides are from the press gallery. there was growth of 7%, compared to 2% growth giving the uk an unfair advantage. to see how long they can keep going. some suggestion it is sewage but in london. london is still the thatis some suggestion it is sewage but that is being denied. there was biggest but we are seeing lots of thank you very much. quite close to an agreement. why is different areas are doing very well this so important? talk us through water leaking in the journalist in terms of their rate of growth. now, the government would what the impact of this trade spat sitting watching in the press like to keep most of the benefits between the world's two largest gallery. this is clearly a massive let's talk to the chief economist of the customs union but still be economies has been. i think it's and head of research at the city uk. able to do its own trade problem because the house of deals with everyone else, really important to talk about this commons, parliament itself, is but the eu is saying that's not tell me first of all, why do you really on offer. because for almost a year we've been pretty much falling in places. mass think that a regions around the uk angela merkel has been meeting leo talking about this trade so is there any alternative? refurbishment required band all the are growing at such a fast pace in veradkar in dublin today. this is disagreement, this trade war between well, a free trade agreement can china and the united states. while time things going on, left stopping terms of financial service experts? ahead of more meetings next week. also remove tariffs and allow it may seem that this is really a and leaps and electrics not working good afternoon. i think you've before the one—on—one meeting, they you to do other deals elsewhere, but companies importing goods dispute between these two highlighted a really interesting into the eu under a free trade but now it has stopped the chamber. point. being the world's leading held a wider meeting about the agreement still need to provide superpowers, it actually has a impacta no massive impact on all kinds of let's look at this tweet from ross held a wider meeting about the impact a no deal scenario could have detailed proof of how on their lives. thomson the conservative mp. he said and where those goods are made. economies around the world. whether financial hub london that still has unlike a customs union, it be farmers, manufacturing, and it it was coming from the cafe and the the highest value in terms of these that can create bureaucracy, checks and considerable costs — press gallery so sounds like a leak has a ripple effect in this exports. and it has a pretty solid all of which the uk there and that has gone down into growth rate of 2% in the latest year on the face of it, it is a is keen to avoid. increasingly global economy. that's house of commons chamber and in his phase of unity, they both represent why we talk about it so often and we've seen. interestingly, we are
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tweet he says, not for the first country central to this whole brexit that's why it is really important, issue. behind closed doors, though, because it has such a big ripple time there seems to have been a leak seeing robust growth and a lot of the german chancellor, the other regions and nations angela merkel, will meet effect to economies around the in parliament. very good! john major the irish taioseach, outside of london, often growth issue. behind closed doors, though, leo varadkar, in dublin shortly world. it even has an impact right had a problem with the wets. i think to discuss the brexit deadlock. rates have been at four, five, six, is angela merkel‘s concern something mrs merkel has pledged to do all here at the new york stock exchange she can to prevent a no deal brexit. our correspondent, jenny hill has on markets. as we know what happens 7%. she might speak to with leo veradkar rates have been at four, five, six, in the us in terms of markets, it you can hear it when the speaker 796. why rates have been at four, five, six, 7%. why is it important that we get been assessing the mood in berlin. this kind of growth outside of about? leo veradkar spoke to also has an impact elsewhere. i suspends it. right at the end, listen to the end. i have got to london? i'm actually very excited to perhaps it's no wonder wa nted also has an impact elsewhere. i wanted to ask, what does wall street make of what's going on? there is be able to talk about this parliament yesterday and there were she seems preoccupied. reasonable questions being asked suspend the setting and when we come particular piece of economic about how you protect the european angela merkel promised to fight to the last hour still a little bit of hesitation, research because we talk a lot about single market and customs union, and for an orderly brexit. back the bells will ring two minutes markets have just opened 15 minutes still keep the border between the before we restart so the setting is the positive economic contribution she's running out of time. ago for trading. they are still made by the industry to the uk, and looking for a little bit of irish republic and northern ireland now suspended and no photographs open, particularly in the case of a and still no—one knows how to secure direction. i think we may seem the please. what could be a new external eu the trade surplus, our experts, are no—deal brexit. while dublin is border on the island of ireland. adamant it has not come under major markets reacting a little bit more a very important metric, but i think you really do hear it. yes, and as i there's this perception that the pressure from its eu partners on strongly after we see the meeting at industry and especially the that border and what could happen in "often," she said last night, the white house and depending on international aspect of the industry the circumstances, it is clear that say, we are told the commons is is all about london and the "we say europe is a matter of war what we hear from certainly queries are being made as adjourned for the whole day because to what is going to happen and and peace, and in this the white house and depending on what we hearfrom president the white house and depending on what we hear from president trump. as always, thank you very much. it's south—east. the data shows that it case we see that. of the elite. you couldn't make this it is a question of is absolutely not the case. industry i of the elite. you couldn't make this up! here we are on one of the most experts were just under £100 billion violence or nonviolence." a lwa ys as always, thank you very much. it's always good to see her. despite the ireland has, until now, the irish spring has brought no brexit important weeks in british political government, said there is no history and they have to suspend the in 2017 and just about half of that specific plans as to what it will do better efforts of so many people breakthrough to europe's capitals. commons because of a leak! this came from areas outside of london. i could have been a major problem around her. let's talk about with the border orfor a nyway could have been a major problem think it's really important that the british talk of a softer markets. i want to show you briefly anyway because they are trying to people recognise it isn't all about specific plans as to what it will do with the border or for any of the deal has cheered up get through various things and as it infrastructure, new checkpoints in the case of a no—deal brexit. the government in berlin. happens today, what is good non—x it
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what the us market is doing. they've london. obviously we are looking at instead it works and going with opened slightly higher but it will is going on behind closed doors european commission, the european if there were a majority brexit, the saga has been continuing commission has made clear there will for something and an outcome be interesting to see what they do elsewhere. we have technical talks have to be some checks on goods which would go into the european after that press conference from the going on between the conservatives for a number of years. what with the direction, it would and labour trying to find a moving between the uk and the irish white house later. i will see you impact be do you think on the certainly be appreciated. later on. let's show you what's compromise but this could have been republic if there is a no—deal a major problem if they were trying to get through legislation, if they financial services expert industry brexit what they say they are happening in the house of lords. if we were to have a no—deal brexit? would the eu reopen the withdrawal had tojust pack to get through legislation, if they had to just pack up and go away, and working to try and ensure those labour have won the first round of agreement under those circumstances? we don't know when this will be i think at this point in time, it's checks take place away from the what is a control dummy i imagine it would not be that controversial move to extend the resolved. the house of commons isn't extremely difficult to try to language, but on substance brexit process to avoid no deal. due to sit tomorrow anyway but there quantify the impact of brexit or frontier. particularly things like we then would have another animal checks, there cannot be any new agreement on a newly is obviously a problem if you have no—deal brexit on the industry and defined relationship. they're trying to do it any one day lots of water coming in through the avoidance of physical checks on ceiling, all the microphones, all industry experts. that's because we animals moving between the two sitting in the house of lords. would need more clarity about the they're preparing for a possible that kind of thing, and if it is jurisdictions, certainly those all—night sitting on the withdrawal terms of brexit itself and certainly issues could be very difficult to dangerous you just cannot be in bill. this is because a number of resolve, circles can be difficult to there so it could be a bit of a the terms of the nature of what the germany — europe — would like to get tory backbenchers are trying to problem. thunder and lightning uk's future relationship with the eu square. on those issues, that is why on with other business, yesterday, this today, somebody is is going to be like. we talked about but germany is relaxed about any block the move, that has just been we had people from northern ireland telling us something. but the house extension to article 50. defeated by 251 votes to 123. a and the border area of the irish of lords will go on all night. as we different regions. which regions in angela merkel said to have convinced particular are showing strong signs republic here where angela merkel an impatient france that all are. more in a little later. of growth? after london, the leading britain needs time, space. majority of 128. some labour peers arrived an hour ago to share their are accusing a small number of peers experiences what it is like to work from stopping the lords from and live near the border, what it is harder, perhaps, to reassure exporting regions in terms of like to do business across the considering the measure and trying to talk it out through the night. border and their memories of the the business community at home. financial related professional that is something the lords say services are the south—east and conflict in northern ireland, what they're to do. at the moment, that's the issue of the customs union is scotla nd it was like when there were security we are living from one moment services are the south—east and scotland and the north west. these to another concerning brexit, likely to be key to the talks so it's a very tough business installations and checkpoints on that border, so we are expecting they're to do. at the moment, that's the situation in the lords. i'll are areas to locate far in terms of just show you what's happening in between the government and labour that border, so we are expecting at the moment to prepare the house of commons. i canjust but what exactly is it? both a robust volume and value of that meeting coming to an end now, our reality check correspondent we expect some of the people who chris morris explains.
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show you the clock. that's the short one term that keeps cropping up have been speaking to angela merkel the companies, because in the brexit negotiations exports, but also the growth rates. the uncertainty is so big. they send out when they don't want is the customs union. and leo veradkar to come out and the uk is in it because for germany's position is based to show you what's happening talk to us in the next few minutes. on the perception that the current elsewhere in the chamber. the reason the moment it's still an eu member, i would add as well, for the first brexit impasse is born out we know angela merkel has vowed for that is apparently there has but what does it actually do? until the last hour to avoid a of a domestic political crisis. been a flood in the press gallery so basically the customs union makes and the thinking goes trade between the 28 time in the report we've just no—deal brexit. her worries, we that it had to suspend the setting. eu countries easier. until britain gets that sorted, launched today, thanks to new data there can be no real progress. rather than just have a club facing from the office for national so, expect the usual message you for the next few minutes let's when goods move between them statistics, we've now been able to heard leo veradkar speaking to there are no customs immanuel macron just last week and pull away from that and we will checks or charges imposed. analyse industry experts at a lower of solidarity from angela merkel bring you the best of the news. we level of geographical detail so we they all have the same concern. —— as she meets her irish counterpart, will keep an eye on both houses. all but when goods enter the customs can look at subregions as well and because while the drama continues in the uk, union from the rest of the world there you can really see areas like there is a common charge, speaking to emmanuel macron. this is the eu knows its greatest strength angela merkel‘s first dublin visit lies in its unity. eyes, all mouths talking about known as a tariff. jenny hill, bbc news, berlin. brexit at the moment. take cars. eastern scotland have a very strong a charge is 10% of their value. it sounds like something it's a way of protecting eu goods in many years and she has visited from a science fiction film, industry expert. interesting. thank but medical researchers have found from cheaper foreign imports. you so much for coming to talk to a way to grow tiny human once the common tariff is paid, just after there have been talks us. itjust goes to show outside of organs on a microchip, goods can move freely around the eu between the over at cannes emmanuel to measure how disease attacks without any more checks or charges. london there is strong amount of in the human body. the scientists a cambridge that's one of the main reasons why the financial services sector which macron. having leo veradkar standing let's go to our correspond having a university say it could help fight big japanese car firms like nissan shoulder to shoulder with two major against diseases such as cancer, is key to the uk economy. let's take and reduce the need set up car plants in the uk — european leaders they will hope will for guaranteed smooth access certainly send out a very firm for animal testing. a look at the at the markets. the us message that ireland is at one with richard westcott reports. to the whole eu market. this is how you grow tiny market has been pretty flat. trade meeting with people from northern three—dimensional human talks between the us and china are ireland at the border area at the organs in a laboratory. the other eu states and is showing start of this, apparently? that is obviously though if you're what markets are focusing on, were first you freeze dry a specially in the customs union you've got waiting from news from the white to play by its rules. solidarity with those eu states, and house. the chinese vice premier is right. we have already seen a few developed sponge for 18 hours. most importantly one country — the uk for example — that the eu will stand behind people from northern ireland, beginning to arrive here to the it acts like a skeleton. going to be meeting with the ireland when it comes to things like can't strike its own trade deals with other countries president. we will see whether there the backstop, finding resolutions to irish state guesthouse on the around the world. has been progress and that might cells from a human organ are put this conundrum about the border in outskirts of dublin. people from the onto the sponge, which then sits the eu negotiates trade deals move the markets any different way. the case of a no—deal brexit so that
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border area will telling chancellor inside this electronic chip. for all its members. marion, thank you very much. you is certainly the image i think above merkel and the irish prime minister why? then they are fed with nutrients. well, because if the uk was able everything else that leo veradkar will note that the house of commons and the irish government will be about the impact of a potential to set tariffs for imported cars of say 5% rather than 10%, chamber has been cleared because of hoping to project to the rest of what you end up with, if you can a water leak if you've been heart border, how that would affect then all those cars would be sent europe and particularly to london get your head around this, to the uk more cheaply and get free watching. according to the press business, how it would impact on the today. thank you very much. memories that they have, bearing in is a human organ growing access to the rest of the eu, inside a sponge, office who have put out a on an electronic chip. giving the uk an unfair advantage. you're watching afternoon live, mind that for many, memories from now, the government would clarification, this was not a sewage so this is a human gut, like to keep most of the benefits and they put it on the chip of the customs union but still be leak. it has been urgently dealt these are our headlines... the conflict in northern ireland are so that they can see exactly able to do its own trade with and has now been isolated. the authorities in ethiopia are deals with everyone else, investigating the crash of the still very raw so they feel that as maintenance team is assessing the what is going on inside. an important message that chancellor but the eu is saying that's not damage. this is next to, this is so the reason i really like this really on offer. merkel should be hearing today. the boeing 737 have said that the pilot image is because it shows me so is there any alternative? where they are sitting and could be items under discussion i think will evidence that the mucus tried everything they could to sitting for an awfully long time as control the aircraft but could not. be focusing on two issues in that is being produced well, a free trade agreement can particular. the first the by the epithelial cells they consider that bill to seek a theresa may and jeremy corbyn have is on the lumen lining. also remove tariffs and allow possibility of an extension to this green here is the edge met again to discuss the withdrawal brexit as you heard in that report. you to do other deals elsewhere, of the cell and we can see but companies importing goods further extension to put pressure on both the irish and german here the blue nucleus of the cell, into the eu under a free trade governments seem to be very open to theresa may, legal pressure, to rule deal on brexit. scientists have said this is really key here, agreement still need to provide eating unhealthy foods could be more thatis governments seem to be very open to detailed proof of how that is a possibility. the irish this red colour shows us the mucus. and where those goods are made. out no deal and extend the article harmful than smoking. and celtic and government in recent days has unlike a customs union, basically been making the case for that can create bureaucracy, rangers will face disciplinary this new technique means they can charges for a number of incidents an extension bearing in mind that a checks and considerable costs — during the old firm match last watch in real time how cancer all of which the uk 50 with the eu. they are talking is keen to avoid. changes or kills our cells, about that at the moment and could sunday. steven gerrard has been be sitting through the night with no—deal brexit would be particularly and then observe how new drugs might given a one match touchline ban. some attempts by particularly tory damaging to the irish economy. and fight the cancer off. gareth southgate received an obe today for services to football, or if it does come to a no—deal brexit, peers to try and delay those i think the real potential for this that the owner by prince charles at what would happen to the border? proceedings. just to talk about the
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is personalised medicine. they have two aims but it is hard to imagine i go into the hospital buckingham palace. and there was a lea k proceedings. just to talk about the leak a bit more, this could prove surprise wind on the first day of square the circle. one is to protect and i have a disease, the grand national festival as super i can take cells from my body, the peace in the good friday significant, not technically today agreement and keep that borders are open but the other is to protect the grow them in the lab in this because the house wasn't discussing sunday one. more details on that in beautiful three—dimensional police in new zealand say the man anything in terms of brexit today, single market for goods, so they are the next 15 minutes or so. clear there has to be some goods environment but just hearing accused of the christchurch mosque moving between the northern ireland that is mimicking my body, attacks will face 50 charges of then we can test drugs on my body anything in terms of brexit today, butjust hearing from mickey da and the irish republic and they are murder and 49 of attempted murder. costa, he says the significance as working to make sure those checks without affecting me at all, 50 people were killed happen away from the frontier but in the shootings last month, and develop the best possible and another 50 were injured. it means we won't have further police in new zealand say the man the details of that still being therapy for me. 28—year—old brenton tarrant is due worked out, so it is what happens to to appear via video link tomorrow indicative votes until tuesday for his first hearing in the high because nothing has been tabled in the border and that no deal scenario they have made a gut — court. next they want to grow the house of commons and now can't who... 50 people were killed is what i think will be prioritised a brain so they can following on from that, australia be today, there will be no in the shootings last month, and another 50 were injured. connect the two organs up. has passed legislation which could 28—year—old brenton tarrant is due by leo varadkar when he holds talks now, we know that there are certain indicative votes on monday, possibly see social media executives jailed on tuesday. that's assuming that to appear via video link tomorrow with the german chancellor. they are diseases like alzheimer's disease, if they fail to remove violent for his first hearing in the high parkinson's disease, court. which are affected by content from their platforms quickly this water leak is dealt with. as we we will face 50 charges for the certainly being prioritised by bacteria in our gut, enough. the new law comes after last month's angela merkel and others who want but how are they doing that, separate incidents. the continent are worried about this we do not know. mosque shootings were live streamed we re this water leak is dealt with. as we were hearing from vicky young, there by the gunman on facebook. ina big and if we had this simple way the australian government said we re were hearing from vicky young, there were concerns because a lot of the the continent are worried about this in a big way. is there some websites "should not be weaponised". to study that, it would really water gushing down was landing on new research shows the routine the microphones and some of the advance understanding vaccination of schoolgirls in scotland has led to a dramatic criticism that ireland has not done in that field tremendously. technical equipment in the house of in theory, they could grow drop in the early signs enoughin criticism that ireland has not done enough in preparation for this? the of cervical cancer. commons. when the house of commons the new law comes after last month's a whole body of organs, irish government has always said it the research — published save they are assessing the damage, mosque shootings were live streamed so the new technique could be used in the british medicaljournal — by the gunman on facebook. is not making any plans at the to find treatments for a range the australian government said shows a 90% reduction in cervical abnomalities it could prove a little more of human problems, from cancer since the hpv immunisation programme significant than it looks at the websites "should not be weaponised". moment for any new infrastructure began, a decade ago. moment. we will keep an eye on new research shows the routine checkpoints on the border. it has to crohn's disease to allergies, our scotland correspondent vaccination of schoolgirls led to questions, that if that is what's happening there and the in scotland has led to a dramatic obesity, asthma or depression. elitist commons leak. you are drop in the early signs lorna gordon reports. and the more testing of cervical cancer. the case, shouldn't they have been watching afternoon light.
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making those plans at this stage you do like this, the less the research — published you have to do on animals. this sunday it's the boat race — with another deadline looming laura mcadam discovered she had the annual four mile race in the british medicaljournal — richard westcott, shows a ninety per cent reduction larger? the irish government, for cervical cancer in her early 30s. between rowing crews from oxford in cervical abnomalities and cambridge universities. since the hpv immunisation programme doctors had noticed changes and this year two—time olympic began, a decade ago. them it would be pretty politically in the cells in her cervix championjames cracknell is set our scotland correspondent bbc news, cambridge. when she went for a routine smear. to become the oldest person to take toxic if they were the government to lorna gordon reports. part— at 46 years old. laura mcadam discovered she had reinstate controls so they have to to find out what it takes to compete the hpv vaccine fights the infection in the gruelling contest, cervical cancer in her early 30s. tread carefully as regards the we've all had that problem where you doctors had noticed changes got a laptop and you've got a black which is linked to most former nfl starjason bell in the cells in her cervix domestic political picture, but as cervical cancer cases. and former gb hockey player sam quek when she went for a routine smear. far as leo varadkar is concerned, he screen. if you are in a first in a put themselves to the test. the hpv vaccine fights the infection laura says she wishes it had which is linked to most been available to her. has acknowledged, in the irish car, that can be a problem. sheryl cervical cancer cases. definitely i would take laura says she wishes it had parliament yesterday, reasonable questions are being asked about how crow went to twitter and said... she it in a heartbeat. have you rowed before? the single market and customs union if it's going to stop anybody i have in the gym for fun. been available to her. going through what i went through, would be protected at the border i did it on water once. was stuck in a parking lot. also then it's worth doing it. that's better than me. stayed open, but he is adamant that the hpv vaccine is routinely offered definitely i would take ireland isn't coming under big it's intense, and i'm not sure i'm it in a heartbeat. watching on twitter was one elon to all school—age girls in scotland. ready, but we'll wing it. if it's going to stop anybody pressure from its eu partners on going through what i went through, the uptake has been high, about 90%. let's go. then it's worth doing it. this issue. notable that at these researchers looking at the first talks, chancellor merkel was in musk. it worked! because her next smear tests of those receiving the vaccine found a 90% reduction the hpv vaccine is routinely offered in precancerous cervical paris for a meeting with president abnormalities, and say this confirms hello. to all school—age girls in scotland. that the vaccination programme how are you? the uptake has been high, about 90%. is translating into the prevention nice to meet you. macron of france so having leo tweet said... how are you doing? researchers looking at the first varadkar stand side by side with the we will put you through tests smear tests of those receiving the vaccine found a 90% reduction two most powerful figures varadkar stand side by side with the two most powerfulfigures in varadkar stand side by side with the of cervical cancer. to find out what potential you have two most powerful figures in the varadkar stand side by side with the two most powerfulfigures in the eu will send a very strong message of in precancerous cervical tojoin the boat race in some abnormalities, and say this confirms this vaccine has exceeded our years in the future. that the vaccination programme solidarity, that the eu are still expectations in that respect. i like this and i am into this. is translating into the prevention i think in 20—30 years' time, behind ireland. what time are you expecting them to arrive? we expect we will look back and see, there is the word test. of cervical cancer. if the uptake stays nice and high, that we've potentially this vaccine has exceeded our eliminated cervical cancer. we are coming to the aerobic expectations in that respect.
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them probably within the next hour i think in 20—30 years' time, or so. you see the international the best response to that was... capacity test, the single best we will look back and see, indicator of somebody's across the uk, 840 women died if the uptake stays nice and high, potential as a rower. that we've potentially press pack taking up positions so we of cervical cancer in 2016. eliminated cervical cancer. are expecting the two leaders to it's one of the most common we can't speak after, but good luck. come this side of 3:30pm.” cancers in women under 35. this is frightening. are expecting the two leaders to come this side of 3:30pm. i will let ready? you go and grab your place. sheryl crow getting the best but hpv is also linked to other three, two, one, go. possible advice on how to get her cancers, including those of the head and neck, police in new zealand say the man tesla back up and running. there we across the uk, 840 women died and later this year the hpv vaccine nice and gentle... of cervical cancer in 2016. accused of the christchurch terror 90, tesla back up and running. there we go, that's that one. ijust want it's one of the most common attacks will charge 50 counts of tesla back up and running. there we go, that's that one. i just want to will be routinely offered notjust tell you about something else you to girls but to all school—age boys watching the heart cancers in women under 35. might have seen in some of the but hpv is also linked to other murder and 49 counts of attempted papers this morning. there have been in scotland too. rate climbing nicely. well done. cancers, including those murder. 50 people were killed sam, you're up to 150. of the head and neck, in the shootings last month, many blue peter pets over the years, and another 50 were injured. hitting the minute... and later this year the hpv vaccine 28—year—old brenton tarrant is due will be routinely offered notjust some becoming as well—known as the as part of her treatment very nice. to appear via video link tomorrow presenters. for cervical cancer, to girls but to all school—age boys for his first hearing in the high today the first new dog laura had to have a hysterectomy we are getting a nice in scotland too. court. on the show for ten years has high heart rate. been doing his first up you go. following on from that, australia round of media appearances. and lymph nodes removed. very strong and that's us. henry the two year old beagle has passed legislation which could basset—hound was discovered she still has a scan at a rescue centre and this morning well done. see social media executives jail every six months. superb. would if they fail to remove violent he found himself on radio 5 live because of what happened well done, folks. to her she feels strongly that as part of her treatment content from their platforms quickly as well as the breakfast sofa, for cervical cancer, enough. accompanied by blue peter presenter, anyone eligible for the vaccine laura had to have a hysterectomy the new law follows last lindsey russell. should take up the offer leg burn. and lymph nodes removed. month's mosque shootings and urges women to always go she still has a scan in new zealand which were live for their smear tests, every six months. charlie had to send his suit to the as a smear test saved her life. the capacity test results... because of what happened streamed on facebook. lorna gordon, bbc news. to her she feels strongly that sam, your score came anyone eligible for the vaccine should take up the offer the australian government said cleaners! the new blue peter pet. in at 2.8 litres per minute. and urges women to always go websites should not be weaponised. for their smear tests, jason, you are 3.4 per minute. scientists say bad eating scientists say bad eating as a smear test saved her life. habits are a bigger risk habits are a bigger risk lorna gordon, bbc news. to our health than smoking. you're all thinking about petra... to our health than smoking. nearly one in seven deaths in the uk nearly one in seven deaths in the uk is related to a poor diet, is related to a poor diet, the boat race rowers would have according to analysis in the lancet, around four litres and more. according to analysis in the lancet,
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with links to heart disease, lets move on to the weather. here is with links to heart disease, for the men, six litres and more. cancer and diabetes. salt shortens the largest the latest forecast. cancer and diabetes. number of lives. hello there. salt shortens the largest number of lives. they have almost double here's richard galpin. it's been another day here's richard galpin. the aerobic capacity you have. with temperatures really struggling these are the types of food across parts of the uk. i'm half a man. scientists say bad eating earlier on this morning, habits are a bigger risk that the researchers say all of us it was cold enough for some fresh snowfall across parts these are the types of food to the uk's health than smoking. of wales and the midlands. you have been good sports, nearly one in seven deaths in the uk here in britain and around the world this was the scene in the hills that the researchers say all of us but no test is complete near ludlow in shropshire. here in britain and around the world without a proper race. is related to a poor diet, should be eating much more. low pressure still in charge today. are you ready? fruits, vegetables, seeds, according to analysis in the lancet, nuts and whole grains — a couple of weather fronts. should be eating much more. attention... with links to heart disease, vital, they say, to maintain good one's been affecting cancer and diabetes. south—west england and wales. go! salt shortens the largest health and prevent heart another one has been fruits, vegetables, seeds, number of lives. attacks, strokes, type two affecting northern scotland, with some showers in between these nuts and whole grains — here's richard galpin. settle in, guys. these are the types of food diabetes and cancers. areas as well. vital, they say, to maintain good health and prevent heart a nice race. that the researchers say all of us on the radar picture, 700... here in britain and around the world eating less healthy food instead — attacks, strokes, type two you can see we've seen some snow. you might have this. should be eating much more. like processed meat, that was the area of snow we had diabetes and cancers. don't overcook it. fruits, vegetables, seeds, well done. nuts and whole grains — which has a lot of salt in it — across parts of the west midlands vital, they say, to maintain good and wales earlier on today. eating less healthy food instead — health and prevent heart is, the researchers say, causing like processed meat, attacks, strokes, type two millions of deaths around the world. those temperatures have really, which has a lot of salt in it — diabetes and cancers. really been struggling here. eating less healthy food instead — as we go through this evening, is, the researchers say, causing like processed meat, which has a lot of salt in it — millions of deaths around the world. the study, published that cloud and rain will spiral fantastic, fantastic. is, the researchers say, causing in the lancet today, says 3 million people died in 2017 well done, excellent! millions of deaths around the world. the study, published from eating too much salt. across the irish sea well done, jason. into northern ireland. the band of rain scotland should in the lancet today, last few strokes. well done. the study, published another 3 million deaths says 3 million people died in 2017 in the lancet today, were attributed to not having enough slowly clear but could well continue brilliant, super. says 3 million people died in 2017 whole grains in the diet, from eating too much salt. another 3 million deaths from eating too much salt. and a further 2 million people died to affect northern—most areas were attributed to not having enough wow! another 3 million deaths because they'd not been from time to time. were attributed to not having enough we'll see some clear whole grains in the diet, move around and i hope whole grains in the diet, spells elsewhere. quite a chilly night but the breeze and a further 2 million people died eating enough fruit. because they'd not been and a further 2 million people died and the cloud keeping many of us nobody throws up. because they'd not been just above freezing. having more of the good stuff, that takes on into friday morning. eating enough fruit. if you do, i will get you a bucket. and friday, that area of low like fruit and vegetables, pressure slips a little eating enough fruit. like wholegrain bread and brown having more of the good stuff,
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bit further westwards. like fruit and vegetables, pasta and rice for example, can instead we're starting to draw like wholegrain bread and brown jason, you got 1,000 metres have a real impact on our health. up our winds from europe. in three minutes 43. it's going to be turning a little pasta and rice for example, can have a real impact on our health. sam, three minutes 57. if you want to have some less cold over the next few days. of the things that we know we're not that's a general trend you did what boat race supposed to have you can have them in the forecast. crews do, to go off hard. we're still going to see some once in a while in small amounts. rain around on friday. if you want to have some for sam, your heart rate it's not about cutting probably the wettest weather of the things that we know we're not rises up to the first having more of the good stuff, them out completely, across northern ireland. couple of minutes, 170bpm, like fruit and vegetables, perhaps focusing on the good stuff rain at times for wales supposed to have you can have them like wholegrain bread and brown and south—west england. and jason, the same thing, is what we need to do more of. the further northwards once in a while in small amounts. pasta and rice for example, can the researchers say people around and eastwards you go, fast start in heart rate rises have a real impact on our health. it's not about cutting them out completely, the world are eating way below the drier the weather becomes perhaps focusing on the good stuff if you want to have some the recommended amounts of healthy and the brighter it gets as well. quickly to peak out at 166bpm. food and are calling for campaigns probably the best of is what we need to do more of. of the things that we know we're not the sunshine in scotland. supposed to have you can have them to change people's diets. temperatures climbing. the researchers say people around so all we need is another two years' looking at highs of 14 degrees the world are eating way below once in a while in small amounts. the recommended amounts of healthy worth of practice and we will have towards south—east england. it's not about cutting them out completely, food and are calling for campaigns you on a boat race team. perhaps focusing on the good stuff but will people here 14 as well in the to change people's diets. i can't stand up so you sunshine in edinburgh. is what we need to do more of. that takes us on into the weekend. but will people here know how weak i am. heed the advice? the researchers say people around the weekend will see and that was one sixth the world are eating way below sometimes we work late shifts quite a bit of cloud heed the advice? of the boat race? the recommended amounts of healthy around, but there will be yes. and then i find it more difficult some bright spells. sometimes we work late shifts well done. food and are calling for campaigns because you just go for ready meals. the best of these in western areas. to change people's diets. and then i find it more difficult but will people here it's difficult then, we're expecting a bit of rain, because you just go for ready meals. no, thank you. but otherwise if you are but it turns a little cooking at home it's easy. bit milder as well. here's the weather it's difficult then, i've just come out of picture for the start but otherwise if you are heed the advice? mcdonald's over here, of the weekend and on saturday. cooking at home it's easy. so you know i stray a bit. best of any brighter weather probably across he'll have bacon butties for lunch. north—western areas of the uk. i'll have a sandwich we could see some showers i've just come out of i made a mistake. iwas with cucumber but he in the south—west and perhaps mcdonald's over here, i made a mistake. i was talking sometimes i work late shifts so you know i stray a bit. about mickey da costa, a regular and then i find it more difficult likes the fatty, yeah — a little bit of rain affecting he'll have bacon butties for lunch. eastern areas of the uk as we go commentator on the brexit issues in because you just go for ready meals. but he's 0k. i'll have a sandwich it's difficult then, on through the afternoon. with cucumber but he the programme. i said she was from but otherwise if you are persuading people to improve away from the clooudy east, likes the fatty, yeah — cooking at home it's easy. their diet is not easy, we should see temperatures climb the programme. i said she was from the institute for government. she is i've just come out of but by highlighting the millions to around 14 degrees with some but he's 0k. mcdonald's over here, of deaths every year caused by not not. she's from the cicero global so you know i stray a bit. bright spells coming and going. persuading people to improve eating enough healthy food, as we head into sunday, he'll have bacon butties for lunch. this study certainly gives their diet is not easy, i'll have a sandwich
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pause for thought. there's the risk we'll see some with cucumber but he richard galpin, bbc news. fairly heavy showers moving but by highlighting the millions group. she's now a senior at the in at times from the eastern parts. likes the fatty, yeah — of deaths every year caused by not they could be heavy but he's 0k. and thundery in nature. eating enough healthy food, some dry and bright weather, this study certainly gives sister of that group. i'm talking persuading people to improve particularly further northwards pause for thought. about her. there is some you go, and the temperatures their diet is not easy, quite a range. but by highlighting the millions richard galpin, bbc news. of deaths every year caused by not 12 degrees in edinburgh, not far off significance possibly in that leak normal for the time of year. at the house of commons. just that eating enough healthy food, this study certainly gives pause for thought. but on the mild side in london richard galpin, bbc news. with highs of 16 on sunday. up. there have been many blue peter that's your weather. pets over the years with some england manager gareth southgate has becoming almost as well—known as the it sounds like something from a presenters. received an obe from prince charles science fiction film. today the first new dog for services to football. on the show for ten the 48—year—old — who last year years has been doing britain is to get the world's first guided england to their first but medical researchers have found his first round of media appearances. henry the two year old beagle centre designed to help world cup semi—final since 1990, a way to grow tiny human basset—hound was discovered the military care for civilians is among about 100 people organs on a microchip, in conflict zones. to be handed honours to measure how disease attacks at a rescue centre and this morning the centre will train personnel today by prince charles. the human body. he found himself on radio 5 live from all three of the armed services he collected the honourjust one the scientists a cambridge week after england captain university say it could help fight as well as the breakfast sofa, in how to safeguard civilians and world cup top goalscorer accompanied by blue peter presenter, in places facing war harry kane, 25, was awarded an mbe. against diseases such as cancer, and terrorist threats. and reduce the need lindsey russell. that means there'll be military new research shows the routine for animal testing. personnel who'll help vaccination of schoolgirls richard westcott reports. with everything from victims of rape in scotland has led to a dramatic to crimes against children.the announcement to set up a centre drop in the early signs of cervical cancer. was made by the secretary of state the research — published for defence, gavin williamson, this is how you grow tiny at a special military exercise in the british medicaljournal — three—dimensional human hello there. shows a 90% reduction organs in a laboratory. it's been another day on salisbury plain today. in cervical abnomalities first you freeze dry a specially with temperatures really struggling duncan kennedy was there. since the hpv immunisation programme developed sponge for 18 hours. across parts of the uk. began, a decade ago. earlier on this morning, our scotland correspondent it acts like a skeleton. cells from a human organ are put it was cold enough for some fresh snowfall across parts onto the sponge, which then sits of wales and the midlands. inside this electronic chip. this was the scene in the hills lorna gordon reports. near ludlow in shropshire. then they are fed with nutrients. low pressure still in charge today. this is the army arriving combat but a couple of weather fronts. one's been affecting
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what you end up with, if you can south—west england and wales. for caring. it is salisbury plain, get your head around this, another one has been affecting northern scotland, laura mcadam discovered she had is a human organ growing with some showers in between these it could be south sudan. it's an inside a sponge, cervical cancer in her early 30s. on an electronic chip. areas as well. doctors had noticed changes on the radar picture, in the cells in her cervix exercise to show that soldiers are you can see we've seen some snow. now involved in everything from when she went for a routine smear. that was the area of snow we had helping victims of rain to child the hpv vaccine fights the infection so this is a human gut, across parts of the west midlands which is linked to most and they put it on the chip cervical cancer cases. and wales earlier on today. sexual exploitation. laura says she wishes it had so that they can see exactly those temperatures have really, been available to her. definitely i would take really been struggling here. what is going on inside. it in a heartbeat. as we go through this evening, —— now involved in everything from if it's going to stop anybody so the reason i really like this that cloud and rain will spiral helping victims of rape to child going through what i went through, image is because it shows me across the irish sea sexual exploitation. then it's worth doing it. into northern ireland. a new approach is needed because evidence that the mucus there is not a one result fits all the hpv vaccine is routinely offered the band of rain scotland should that is being produced so you have to look at developing to all school—age girls in scotland. slowly clear but could well continue the uptake has been high, about 90%. by the epithelial cells issues and develop the response and is on the lumen lining. to affect northern—most areas researchers looking at the first this green here is the edge from time to time. a lot of these issues are very we'll see some clear smear tests of those receiving of the cell and we can see spells elsewhere. sensitive to the gender and sexual the vaccine found a 90% reduction here the blue nucleus of the cell, base violence that you need a more in precancerous cervical this is really key here, quite a chilly night but the breeze abnormalities, and say this confirms that the vaccination programme this red colour shows us the mucus. and the cloud keeping many of us sensitive approach to that. call it is translating into the prevention just above freezing. this new technique means they can that takes on into friday morning. watch in real time how cancer hearts and minds of the 21st of cervical cancer. and friday, that area of low changes or kills our cells, pressure slips a little and then observe how new drugs might century. today a new centre of bit further westwards. excellence was announced to train fight the cancer off. instead we're starting to draw armed forces in what it now calls up our winds from europe. this vaccine has exceeded our it's going to be turning a little expectations in that respect. i think in 20—30 years' time, less cold over the next few days. human security. it is notjust about that's a general trend we will look back and see, i think the real potential for this in the forecast. when you go into a conflict zone, if the uptake stays nice and high, is personalised medicine. we're still going to see some that we've potentially rain around on friday. imagine i go into the hospital probably the wettest weather about securing the military eliminated cervical cancer. and i have a disease, objectives in terms of land or i can take cells from my body, across northern ireland. rain at times for wales grow them in the lab in this and south—west england. across the uk, 840 women died beautiful three—dimensional the further northwards and eastwards you go, territory, it is about looking after
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environment the drier the weather becomes the population, civilians in that of cervical cancer in 2016. that is mimicking my body, area and that is the only way you it's one of the most common then we can test drugs on my body and the brighter it gets as well. probably the best of without affecting me at all, the sunshine in scotland. can bring security. it has not been cancers in women under 35. and develop the best possible therapy for me. temperatures climbing. decided yet where this new centre but hpv is also linked to other looking at highs of 14 degrees will be based in britain but it is cancers, including those towards south—east england. of the head and neck, 14 as well in the believed to be the first of its kind and later this year the hpv vaccine sunshine in edinburgh. will be routinely offered notjust anywhere in the world and will start that takes us on into the weekend. to girls but to all school—age boys with a budget of £2 million per in scotland too. the weekend will see quite a bit of cloud they have made a gut — year. the new centre will highlight next they want to grow around, but there will be some bright spells. a brain so they can the best of these in western areas. civilian needs with military —— were connect the two organs up. we're expecting a bit of rain, now, we know that there are certain but it turns a little as part of her treatment for cervical cancer, laura had to have a hysterectomy diseases like alzheimer's disease, bit milder as well. military is plan and conduct their here's the weather parkinson's disease, which are affected by picture for the start operations. it still means bangs and and lymph nodes removed. bacteria in our gut, of the weekend and on saturday. bullets but now with sympathy and but how are they doing that, best of any brighter she still has a scan weather probably across we do not know. north—western areas of the uk. every six months. we could see some showers and if we had this simple way in the south—west and perhaps because of what happened to study that, it would really sensitivity. a little bit of rain affecting to her she feels strongly that advance understanding eastern areas of the uk as we go just bringing a brexit update... anyone eligible for the vaccine should take up the offer in that field tremendously. on through the afternoon. and urges women to always go in theory, they could grow away from the clooudy east, for their smear tests, we should see temperatures climb a whole body of organs, to around 14 degrees with some as a smear test saved her life. so the new technique could be used kier starmer has lorna gordon, bbc news. to find treatments for a range bright spells coming and going. as we head into sunday, just left the talks. of human problems, from cancer there's the risk we'll see some he is the shadow brexit secretary to crohn's disease to allergies, fairly heavy showers moving and part of the labour team. let's in at times from the eastern parts. they could be heavy hear what he has to say. we have had obesity, asthma or depression. and thundery in nature. some dry and bright weather, particularly further northwards and the more testing you go, and the temperatures further discussions and we will be quite a range. you are watching afternoon live, you do like this, the less 12 degrees in edinburgh, not far off let's get the weather update. you have to do on animals. having further discussions with the richard westcott, normal for the time of year. bbc news, cambridge. but on the mild side in london government. was a customs union it has been a cold with highs of 16 on sunday.
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now it's time for a look that's your weather. at the weather with chris fawkes. suggested? another cold day for most parts of kier starmer leaving the office. the uk. called enough earlier on for a bit of snow across wales and also the west midlands. through this we have had some snow earlier on evening, outbreaks of rain from this morning, this picture was sent to us earlier today showing the snow wales into northern ireland, another batch of rain working across in the hills around ludlow and what only place we have had snow. we south—west england and wales and shropshire. we had some snow around that looks quite heavy through the the west midlands, another one from the west midlands, another one from the same kind of area. this was the have had that much snow in the snowy second part of the night. hla night scene, and that is a new maidstone areas and we pop over to norway, but many areas stay frost free but area again and shropshire. it is not last couple of days, so much snow. any lengthy clear breaks, the wind of the midlands, we had snow up in can you imagine digging that out? i means could be a few patches of the hills in wales, too. this was would be sitting by a fire. that is frost in the countryside. the weather picture friday, winds coming the hills in wales, too. this was the caerphilly area, you got that one, didn't you? i promised you as not unusual in norway? again, that in from the south, coming in from is quite a lot of snow and you can the near continent, so not quite as well as the cold weather we seen cold as it has been back there will see that is probably one fall. i here, an icy blast, and that has still be some rain around, have had that in the alps once or potentially for the northern isles, been affecting china. here is the twice. was that a holiday? tell us easing off during the day, wet icy blast. quite impressive. what on weather and at times wales and about switzerland. you think we get earth is that? it is a completely south—west england, but the further east and northwards you go, the frozen river, frozen solid and that stuck in traffic because we can't drier the weather gets decent day
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drive in the snow, it turns out it is in the north—east of china. what for mainland scotland, 14 in they do as they have been blowing it is the same for switzerland as well. up they do as they have been blowing it up to remove the ice problems, snowing so hard at the moment, the edinburgh and london as well so not because you get eyes building up as cold as today. that can cause the river to overflow avalanche risk is certainly quite and flood when the ice melts. that high but there are quite a few brits who have a state holiday at this ice bashes in and blocks the flow of the river so they blow up big holes time of year, heading into the in it to help the river start to holiday which starts next week for some of the kid so maybe some pretty flow again once we are out of the good ski conditions. but the final wintertime. isn't that remarkable? picture as this one and how do you they do this sort of thing in the drive in the snow? carefully. well united states where they get that problem as well. they get dams building up under bridges and it causes rivers to flood so it is to done! i totally took away your line. protect downstream communities by blowing up the ice jams there. what is in store over the coming sorry. that was on today in wales days? any sign of warmth? and just hour ago, the temperature i would not go as far as warmth but still at zero in powys so still a it will be less cold. we have seen the really cold weather today with bit of snow out and about. you have that snowfall across wales, the deliberately been holding natalie midlands as well, temperatures are andi deliberately been holding natalie and i managed to ruin that for you really struggling across wales, just a nyway and i managed to ruin that for you anyway so you had better give us the forecast. thank you. so we have seen a low single figures today, feeling really cold. aside from that, we this mixture of rain and snow around have seen a bit of sunshine and
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from this area of low pressure, plenty of showers today in scotland, you saw some bright and sunny spells swirling around. and as simon so coming through lies and east england pleased he got thatjoke... this is has not done too badly, some bright moments in time so that the weather going downhill here, we will see the bit of snow we had on the rain arriving in northern ireland, northern edge of this radar picture. more wet weather to come overnight still a little bit of snow across in wales and south—west england, some of the highest hills in wales another pulse of heavy rain arriving but as the temperature lifted by the later in the night. across these odd degree or two it has western areas we see the cloud remain and it does not get too cold transitioned back to rain and more overnight because of that, tebbit is to come. a miserable afternoon across central and southern england between 5—7dc whereas further east we have some low single figures and and wales into cheshire, greater manchester and merseyside. plenty of where we see the clear spells for any length of time in the showers in scotland, some quite countryside as a touch of frost heavy but through this evening, the possible. tomorrow, an area of low rain spirals across the irish sea pressure is drifting further westwards and that is allowing the into northern ireland while at the same time another pulse of rain winds to come in all from spain and later in the networking into wales france, so that will help boost the south—west england, so with rain temperatures. mind you, they have had some chilly air around us also around western areas, not no heat waves. for friday, this desperately cold, but further east, quite hla night and where we see western area will see the rain come clear plates could be one or two m, western area will see the rain come in, that comes in from northern ireland, affecting tides in patches. we start to get the wind south—west england as well. you further north and east you go, the
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coming in from the near continent, dry and bright of the weather gets. that will lift the temperature a decent sunshine for scotland, little bit and starts to feel less eastern england not doing too badly. cold through friday. some rain in temperatures at 14 celsius, not bad for edinburgh at this time of year the forecast for northern ireland and later in the day rain returning and 14 as well in london. as far as to wales and south—west england the weekend ahead goes, there will be quite a bit of dry weather at again. the further north and east times, quite a bit of cloud, some you get, the dry and bright it get so should be lots of sunshine in bright spells, some rain around as well and we will take a look at the scotla nd so should be lots of sunshine in scotland than the temperature lifting up to 14 in edinburgh, not forecast then in detail on saturday. bad for the time of year. 14 a big the chance of rain is there really across eastern areas of scotland and improvement on the weather we have seen today. into the weekend, quite england, particularly towards the north sea coast weather could be some drizzle falling from the a bit of dry weather but often clouds. low cloud, mist and fog cloudy with rain around at times and patches, too, and the best of the generally pushing the temperature up writer weather is further west so a little bit above average for the time of year, so saturday, probably northern ireland is a place you might see some decent sunshine from time to time, 11 celsius in belfast, the best of the sunshine across western areas. in the east a lot of the highest temperatures away cloud, could be thick enough towards cardiff we should also see a bit of sunshine with highs of 14 drizzle, keeping the eastern coast on the cool side but away from that, celsius. for sunday, again some cloud around, some dry weather coming on land, 11 celsius in particularly across north—western parts of the uk. we will see again belfast, like twins and sunshine so some showers this time working in improvement in the weather for across eastern parts of england, northern ireland. second half of the
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weekend, cloud around but we start some of which can be heavy and thundery but if we do see some to see things brighten up, the risk sunshine breaking through towards of showers moving in across eastern the south—east, the weather will not areas. some could turn out to be be particularly cold, up to around heavy and thundery in nature. as far 16 celsius. in london at this time as the temperature on sunday, up to of year, highs of 13 celsius so pretty good for the time of year but 16 celsius towards london and still an unsubtle flavour for the south—east england so feeling milder next few days and that is the but further north for scotland and northern ireland, the temperature around a bit normalfor northern ireland, the temperature around a bit normal for this time of year. and the rest of the afternoon staying cold and wet. weather. the latest headlines: the horrifying
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last moments as pilots fought to save their plane, a report into the boeing jet crash in ethiopia last month said they did everything right but could not regain control. more talks between labour and the government to try to find brexit compromise, keir starmer says discussions will continue. german chancellor angela merkel holds talks with the irish prime minister in dublin about the brexit deadlock and the possibility of a no deal uk departure. and, when it rains, it pours: house of commons suspended for the day after a roof began leaking, the rain water began pouring in at the end of this... and the dangers of a bad diet, a bigger risk to health than smoking. talking about celtic and rangers in
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a bit of trouble. there must have known these charges were on the way. feisty old firm, fractures, celtic winning its 2—1, but lots of incidents. the sfa had already charged ryan kent of rangers a couple of days ago, that was for an incident that was not spotted by the referee at the time, rangers appealing against his two match ban for knocking over the celtic captain, scott brown, at the heart of everything that went on during the match, more charges levelled at the match, more charges levelled at the club, both cited for a mass confrontation which followed the win, at full—time, brown has been charged with improper conduct himself, celebrating towards the rangers fans at the full—time whistle. celtic say they will defend the charges vigorously. rangers boss stephen gerard has been given a one match touchline ban, apparently for comments he made to the referee after the game, not sure whether
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rangers will contest that, but certainly, the sfa felt they had to do something. —— steven gerrard. fresh charges. the aintree hurdle, all eyes on the favourite buveur d'air the two time cheltenham champion hurdle winner, and today he came second to supasundae, trained by jessica harrington and ridden by robbie power. nobody had that one. conor mcgregor‘s latest retirement could be short lived like his last one, he said he was quitting mixed martial a rts said he was quitting mixed martial arts ufc nine days ago, recently exchanging a string of insults on social media with long—time rival who beat him last time out, the ufc
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have condemned the irishman for making islamophobic comments, but the former champion has posted this... "i want to move forward with my fans of all faiths and all backgrounds, see you in the oxidant". he has been trading insults with but that khabib nurmagomedov could be a return to action. rolejiminez nurmagomedov could be a return to action. role jiminez has nurmagomedov could be a return to action. rolejiminez has been on loa n action. rolejiminez has been on loan at wolves from benfica for the whole season, scoring 15 goals, he has now joined wolves whole season, scoring 15 goals, he has nowjoined wolves for £30 million. —— see you in the octagon". conor mcgregor has been trading insults with khabib nurmagomedov. gareth southgate receives an obe, services to football, after guiding england to the world cup semifinals last summer. they play in the inaugural nation's league final this summerand he inaugural nation's league final this summer and he has made a perfect start to euro qualifying as well, they are up to fourth in the world
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rankings. it is lovely, you can plot the progress. we have talked about trying to become the number one team in the world and that must be the aim, to go from 15 to fourth may be easier than the next step. there are some teams behind us will be working extra ha rd to some teams behind us will be working extra hard to bridge the gap. we are improving and enjoying the journey, and we have to keep doing it. another positive football story, raheem sterling and manchester city have arranged for pupils from his old school to attend the fa cup semifinal this weekend, 550 students from the academy in london will go to the game between manchester city and brighton at wembley on saturday, tickets and transport costs are being provided for the students to get to and from the game and some will meet raheem sterling in manchester today at the training complex. much more later and threw the rest of the day. —— through.
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in the north—west, we can go to... ..annabel tiffin, where blackpool has been hailed as the key town to lead seaside regeneration. the report has said that this seaside reinvention should start with blackpool. they mean that the government can then look to tackle problems in all seaside towns, many suffer from deprivation, bad housing, transient communities, the report says that for years, the british seaside has
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been perceived as a sort of national embarrassment, and deserves attention. there are exceptions, results like brighton and bournemouth have successfully reinvented themselves, but others like blackpool have been left behind, it is still a really popular tourist destination, apparently more people visit blackpool than any other seaside town. loads of money has been spent on revamping the tourist industry, i have spoken with you about it before, seafront has been done up, wonderful carpet, there has been investment in trams and hotels and more money promised for a big cinema complex and revamping the town centre. but, you do not have to go very far back from the promenade to see a totally different blackpool, there are, you see real deprivation, and real poor housing. and it is that that this report is saying needs to be looked at, it even says that possibly, the amount of money poured into
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developing tourism has hindered regeneration efforts in the result itself. places like blackpool and up to fleetwood, they have fallen out of consideration, what we need to do is say to government, don't leave these places behind, think about their future. what does the report suggest can be done to help seaside towns ? suggest can be done to help seaside towns? things like tackling the problems like transport, often, these towns are at the end of the line, if you like, not great connectivity. low jobs, rundown housing, access to and higher education, again, not many universities in towns like this. not small stuff and stuff that will need a lot of money. the report suggests a lot of money. the report suggests a town deal which could see tens of millions of pounds pumped into the area. the chairman of the area, who we heard earlier in the clip, has said that forfar too we heard earlier in the clip, has said that for far too long, seaside towns have been neglected and they
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are now calling for change in this and this has to be done quite soon because, here is the b—word, what is the potential impact of brexit to be on the seaside towns, many like blackpool have benefited from european cash in the past, so without that, will it be up to the government to invest in them, not just as nice places to go out for the day but places that are good to live in and places that businesses wa nt to live in and places that businesses want to invest in. plenty more north west tonight. if you want to go for a swim in london, just go to the chamber of the house of commons, right now(!) chris, how do these hackers go from the dark web to working for a cyber security company? they are given a second chance to through the cyber futures programme,
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ending up at a company like blue screen and then they start on an apprenticeship scheme where they can gain qualifications and could be earning as much as £50,000 a year within five years, that might seem like an unfairleg within five years, that might seem like an unfair leg up to some but remember that these hackers have unique experience and were minors when they committed their crimes. i met one employee who was arrested when he was 19 for stealing the personal information of 1000 people when he was 16, he never used it, he said it was an intellectual exercise. he was at home watching the lion king when ten police officers burst through his bedroom door, supported by a riot van, a tech team and five officers. another of the teenage hackers was just 14 when he was arrested. when i was younger, it was cool to be doing these things, but it is definitely not as good as preventing them because it is for a greater cause, to help people. i do quite a lot of that stuff in my free time. back thenl that stuff in my free time. back then i had no idea what the impact
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was. arrested when he was 14, how do they get involved in hacking at that age? for most it starts with gaming, used to be call of duty, now it is games like fortnight, some kids don't want their best scores to be beaten so they end up making modifications and carrying out denial of service attacks, forcing other people off—line. as soon as they have done that, they are in breach of the computer misuse act, thatis breach of the computer misuse act, that is the route cameron took into hacking, as soon as he found himself on gaming forums he was on the dark web and soon enough he was carrying out cyber attacks. now he can defend against similar attacks and again some of the people who used to work within his former life. something wrong about being arrested while you are watching the film the lion king, i think. thank you very much from the both of you.
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if you would like to see more on any of those stories, you can access them through the bbc iplayer. a reminder, we go nationwide every weekday afternoon at 4:30pm. uk food industry is one of the key sectors which could face disruption in the event of a no—deal brexit, over recent months, companies across the country have spent money stockpiling ingredients to avoid brexit related problems but with the current deadlock, could that be wasted money? our business correspondent ben thompson reports. they've been making chocolate here since 1920. the firm has been through good times and bad, and said the lack of clarity around brexit is nothing new. but it's meant the firm has been stockpiling supplies to avoid disruption when the uk leaves the eu. we buy in brazils from bolivia and we've had to buy in £100,000 worth of brazils early this year. we've had to buy in £60,000 or £70,000 worth of ginger early because that comes from china,
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and we've had to insist all our packaging comes in early as well, in case there's a hold up there, and that's cost us another 120,000, so its cost us over 300,000 at the moment. this firm isn't alone. half of all the food we eat in the uk is imported and so businesses have been stocking up, buying more than usual to avoid border delays or higher prices. but with a no deal exit ruled out again by mps last night, have firms wasted time and money on all those extra supplies? larger companies have invested in stock, both in the uk, often in the netherlands, just to ensure continuity of supply. but it's just been such a lot of wasted effort in terms of people having, talking about what might be, when at this time of the year companies are normally talking about new business, positive things, and that's just
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something that's on hold. but as well as avoiding empty shelves, firms want clarity on their staff, too. the industry employs 400,000 people, a third of those from the eu. there are still big questions over their rights after brexit. the next 12 months could bring big changes to the way that firms operate. business now wants answers and a clear timetable for what happens next. ben thompson, bbc news, in preston. not bitter about not being sent to cover stories at a chocolate factory? laughter the headlines: pilots of a 737 were not to blame for a crash in ethiopia, they follow proper flying
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guidance but run able to control the aircraft. more talks between labour and the government to find brexit compromise, labour brexit buxom keir starmer says discussions will continue. the long—term effects of a bad diet are a bigger risk to uk health than smoking, according to scientists. here's your business headlines on afternoon live. pressure mounting on tesla. on wednesday it warned on profits following a 31% drop in vehicle deliveries during the first quarter. later today, chief executive elon musk will argue that he should not be held in contempt of court — the latest twist in a high—profile battle between the billionaire and the us government. the crisis for boeing deepens. ethiopia calls for a review of flight controls as investigators find that pilots were not to blame for crash near addis ababa. hundreds of boeing 737—maxs have
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been grounded and thousands of orders now on ice. former nissan boss carlos ghosn is rearrested — this time over allegations that he paid an omani businessman thirty—one million dollars from company funds. mr ghosn denies all charges & vows not to be broken. markets now closed. they have closed, if you look at some of the figures. magic how they do that. magic when they appear. magic when i am on set, the markets are pretty flat. worries over the global economic slowdown. ongoing trade talks between the us and china. the pound has fallen back over uncertainty over brexit, not on the main london market, saga, the over 50's insurance company, saw its
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share price dive 40%. 40? now worth 65p each after lower profits, and a warning on earnings. we will talk more about saga with a senior a nalyst more about saga with a senior analyst at hargreaves. before we move on, let's talk about the wider markets, on the one hand, we have worries about the global economic slowdown, on the other, investors looking to washington and hoping there may be some resolution to the ongoing spat between china and the us. yes, absolutely, classic behaviour from the markets, good and bad news. depends upon what you choose to focus on, looking at the bad news, bad data out from germany, again, showing that the german economy is perhaps in a bit of dire straits. that is perhaps linked to international trade tensions we have seen as a result of the spat between
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the us and china. positive progress being made in those talks. that has helped markets in the last couple of days. looking further out, this year has been positive for markets, looking at what is happening in westminster. us market you could be forgiven for thinking was tanking but it is up. thing is ok, earning season, no really big upsets. we are in that period where it is difficult to see whether we are in good or bad times. bad times for saga, it does insurance on holidays for over 50s, talk us through what it has been saying about its profits and how it has been morning. really dark day for saga, and shareholders, very big price fall, the main business that saga is involved in is insurance
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broking, general insurance, carand home insurance. —— saga. that is a market that has been under real pressure, part of the issue for saga is that that market has been very heavily commoditised by the appearance of price comparison sites, so, consumers just appearance of price comparison sites, so, consumersjust want to look at price brand, that is something saga has historically been quite good at, it is no longer releva nt quite good at, it is no longer relevant in this market. regulatory intervention, the fca asking insurers to be more upfront about charging when they are hiking prices at renewal, that is obviously fed into the market as well, and saga have ta ken a into the market as well, and saga have taken a big write—down on the insurance business, slashing and reducing the forward—looking outlook for the company, leading to the share price fall. eagle eyed viewers will have noticed pictures of peppa pig as you were talking about over 50s insurance, you couldn't really get much more different, but let's talk about, lets let viewers know why we are talking about peppa
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pig... entertainment one, a company that basically owns the rights to peppa pig and is the performance of the iconic cartoon character, that have led to its financial performance being in line with management expectations, before you carry on, who do you like best, daddy pig or mummy pig?|j carry on, who do you like best, daddy pig or mummy pig? i have not watched a single episode, it is not on my radar. some good sense, somewhere, in this place! laughter you cannot be saying that, the bread and butter of every person up and down this country... under the age of five. i'm terribly sorry... laughter ona laughter on a serious note, what do you think is behind the success of entertainment one? well, peppa pig, hugely successful, hugely successful franchise, that is across the globe,
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looking in china, really successful in china, bringing in lots of different revenues, licensing, merchandising, video on demand, opening branded playpen, and a successful film business as well, re ce nt successful film business as well, recent films such as greenberg and sta n recent films such as greenberg and stan and ollie, and, today's environment, all those mobile phones and screens out there, content is king, and so a company like that is ina king, and so a company like that is in a sweet spot from that point of view. —— green book. in a sweet spot from that point of view. -- green book. thank you for being such a good sport. other cartoon pics are available. you did not really give him much choice! laughter this sunday, the boat race, the annualfour mile this sunday, the boat race, the annual four mile race this sunday, the boat race, the annualfour mile race between rowing crews from oxford and cambridge universities. and this year two—time olympic championjames cracknell is set
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to become the oldest person to take part at 46 years old. to find out what it takes to compete in the gruelling contest, former nfl starjason bell and former gb hockey player sam quek put themselves to the test. have you rode before? just in the gym, for fun. i have done it on water, once. that is better than me, lam not water, once. that is better than me, i am not sure we are going to be ok, we will wing it. it is going to be intense. nice to meet you. we are going to put you through a series of tests today to find out what potential you may have. tests today to find out what potential you may havelj tests today to find out what potentialyou may have. i like tests today to find out what potential you may have. i like this, i'm into this. there is that word, test. the aerobic test, this is the single best indicator of somebody's potential as a rubber. this is quite
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frightening. handles. three, two, one. . . frightening. handles. three, two, one... off you go. nice and gentle, nice and gentle. watching the heart rate climbing nicely. 150. just as you hit the minutes. really nice. nice high heart rate. up you go, up you go, well done. stay strong. well done, superb. well done, folks. we have the aerobic capacity test results, sam, your score came in at 2.8 metres per minute, jason, 3.4 litres per minute. the boat race, they probably have four litres and more, for the women, for the men, six litres and more, so they have almost double the aerobic capacity you have. you have both been really
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good sports, no set of test is com plete good sports, no set of test is complete without a proper race... ready... attention... go! you might have this, 700... fantastic, fantastic! excellent. well done. well done, brilliant. well done. well done, brilliant. well done. jason, sam, you both did exactly
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what boat race crews do, which is go off hard, your heart rate rapidly rises right up to the max in the first couple of minutes. same thing, fast start, heart rate peeks out. so all we need is another two years worth of practice... (!) and we will have you in a boat race team. worth of practice... (!) and we will have you in a boat race teamlj can't even stand up right now, you know how weak i am! and that was one sixth the length of the boat race? that is it from them and it from me. next up, bbc news at five, with huw edwards. now the weather forecast. another cold day for most parts of the uk, cold enough for a another cold day for most parts of the uk, cold enough fora bit another cold day for most parts of the uk, cold enough for a bit of snow across wales and the west midlands in particular, through the evening, outbreaks of rain spread through wales, into northern ireland, another batch of rain working on across south—west england and wales, heavy during the second
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pa rt of and wales, heavy during the second part of the night. chilly night, for many areas, frost free. lengthy clear breaks, wind falling out, patches of frost in the countryside. coming in from the near continent, not quite as cold as it has been but still some rain around. wet weather for northern ireland, at times wales and south—west england. the brighter the weather gets. 14 in edinburgh, 14 in london, not as cold as today.
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