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hello, you're watching afternoon live. a botched call from the ira that hello, you're watching afternoon live. today at five: theresa may writes today at three: today at four: to the european union asking for a further brexit delay contributed to the deaths in the hello, you're watching afternoon live, i'm simon mccoy. a botched warning call by the ira a botched warning call by the ira until the 30th ofjune. today at two: birmingham pub bombings as an inquest ruled they were murdered. caused or contributed to the test of caused or contributed to the deaths the prime minister writes to the eu, of the 21 people killed in the the 21 people killed in the asking for another brexit delay birmingham pub bombings, as an ina a botched morning, by the ira caused in a letter, the prime minister says inquest jury birmingham pub bombings, as an until the end ofjune as politicians birmingham pub bombers, as an she still hopes the prime minister inquestjury ruled birmingham pub bombings, as an inquest jury ruled that birmingham pub bombings, as an inquestjury ruled that they or contributed to the 21 killed in birmingham pub bombings, as an inquest jury ruled that they were murdered. as government talks with continue talks to break the inquest row supermodel. the prime minister writes to the eu asking for labour continue, theresa may's —— united kingdom could leave deadlock. we still hope to leave the earlier if her deal is approved. we the birmingham pub bombings. an eu and the next couple of months. another brexit delete until the end request another delay, until the end inquest ruled today were murdered. that is our ambition. we don't have ofjune, as another brexit delete until the end of june, as politicians still hope to leave, we don't have a as government talks with labour ofjune. we still hope to leave the another brexit delete until the end ofjune, as politicians here eu in the next couple of months, a majority in parliament, and that continue talks to end the dad block. continues, theresa may asks the eu majority in parliament and we have means we have we have to have these for another brexit delay until the thatis eu in the next couple of months, to have these discussions with that is our ambition. we don't have discussions with jeremy jeremy corbyn. in a few minutes, we end ofjune. a majority in parliament, and that means we have we have to have these discussions withjeremy corbyn. don't have a majority in parliament, for another brexit delay until the end ofjune. we still hope to leave means we have we have to have these the eu in the next couple of months. means that we have to have these discussions with jeremy corbyn. the and that means we have to have these will be getting reactions live from discussions with a majority in parliament, and that means that we woman who was convicted for discussions with jeremy that's our ambition. we don't have a have to have these discussions with murdering her husband was quashed by and that means we have to have these jeremy corbyn. bailfor the court of appeal in the family discussions withjeremy corbyn. majority in parliament, and that say they are delighted. we are belfort sally challen, the woman jacob rees—mogg. means we have to have these have to have these discussions with jeremy corbyn. bail for sally whose conviction for murdering her we'll ask him about reports that discussions with jeremy challen, the woman whose conviction donald tusk is prepared husband was quashed on appeal. and to offer the uk a flexible extension means we have to have these discussions withjeremy corbyn. means we have to have these discussions with jeremy corbyn. gel for this woman, whose conviction was was quashed on appeal. the family coming up, all the sport but ollie of up to a year. the other main stories say they are delighted. we have been foster. danny rose has broken his caused by the court of appeal. the talking about racism in football on bbc news at 5: talking about the issue of racism in silence after that racist abuse at an again, and very strong words from football. danny rose has spoken out he fears last month whilst on about the abuse that he has faced, issue of racism in football has danny rose? international duty. he says he has no faith in the authorities to really co m e issue of racism in football has really come to the fore again in and how it has left him disillusioned with the game. and is actually fix the issue through
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recent weeks, and we have heard from finding clubs are nations, and he looking at the weather for us is says he can't wait to turn his back danny rose, speaking out about the abuse that he has faced, and how it on the sport. what the weather, darren. we have got a change of we had a high—profile case of racism has left him disillusioned with the fortu nes darren. we have got a change of fortunes for this we can. it is going to be the eastern side of the a couple of days ago, a juventus darren. i am going to have to keep game. and darren is on the beach. uk that is more likely to have a this brief, ifeel like i am in the striker was abused by fans in italy, cloud and some rain. further west, a way, but we have got the national, absolutely. over the weekend, the so the topic was very high on the best of the sunshine is going to be better chance of staying dry this the boat races, the fa cup across more eastern parts of the uk, weekend. all the details later on. agenda there. during the semifinal, and we will have a look at all of those later in the are more 01’ western across more eastern parts of the uk, also coming up, the pair of rescued international break, danny rose was programme. also coming up... are more or western parts of the uk, get it right. we will take a look at subjected to monkey chance from sea otter pops making a splash in montenegrin supporters. they were what that means for the sporting the new home at an aquarium in the event this week and later on. i biscuits? united states. applauded for coming forward didn't understand any of that, but i straightaway, speaking very laughter am sure we will clear it up in half powerfully about the abuse they faced in the aftermath of it. raheem john kays among those paying tribute an hour. also, john cleese is among sterling has pushed the agenda on those paying tribute to the actor racism in football this season and a to the actorjohn quarmby, best who played the health inspector in known for playing the health number of different ways. but danny this classic fawlty towers episode. inspector in that classic fawlty towers episode. he has died at the age of 89. rose was also targeted. hello everyone, he says that the small fines that this is afternoon live. are given to offending nations for 44 years, those who lost loved ones in birmingham's1974 pub or clubs is a farce and has bombings have wanted the truth made no difference. about what happened, hello, everyone, the truth about why 21 people he was also the victim of abuse were killed, and 220 others injured in serbia while playing this is afternoon live. in one of the deadliest for the england's under 21s for 44 years, those who lost loved
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acts of the troubles. back in 2012. ones in birmingham's1974 pub and we will show you that clip a this lunchtime an inquestjury ruled he's 28 now but says the lack bombings have wanted the truth of progress has made him little later on. that the 21 victims were murdered — about what happened, hello, everyone, this is afternoon live. and a botched ira warning call disillusioned with the game and he's the truth about why 21 people for 44 years, those who lost loved looking forward to the day caused or contributed he stops playing. were killed, and 220 others injured ones in birmingham's197li pub to their deaths in the tavern bombings have wanted the truth in one of the deadliest about what happened, the truth about why 21 in the town and mulbery bush pubs. acts of the troubles. people were killed, and 220 others injured in one a former ira intelligence this lunchtime, an inquest of the deadliest acts at the minute, how i jury ruled that the 21 of the troubles. chief claimed in court in the last hour, an inquestjury victims were murdered — that it was an attack that had gone programme myself now, has ruled that the 21 wrong — and civilians had and a botched ira warning call victims were murdered — i just think that i've got five and a botched ira warning call been killed by accident. caused or contributed speaking outside court, or six more years left in football to their deaths in the tavern caused or contributed the sister of maxine hambleton — one of those killed — and i just can't wait to see in the town and mulbery bush pubs. to their deaths in the tavern called for the authorities the back of it. a former ira intelligence in the town and mulbery bush pubs. seeing how things are done to bring those who are chief claimed in court a former ira intelligence still alive, to justice. in the game at the minute, that it was an attack that had gone chief claimed in court our correspondent, kathryn stanczyszyn is in birmingham. it's just whatever, so just wrong — and civilians had that it was an attack that had gone been killed by accident. wrong — and civilians had have to get on with it. speaking outside court, i just want to enjoy football the sister of murdered 18 year been killed by accident. we can cross now to birmingham as much as i can and there's so many old maxine hambleton called for the authorities and speak to our correspondent, to bring those who are politics and whatever, kathryn stanczyszyn. i just can't wait to see the back well, a really important day for the of it, to be honest. still alive, to justice. you use the word depressing before, well, a huge moment of course for families who of those 21 people who simon, but hearing that from a play 21 of our loved ones went out one the families today. this is after lost their lives back in november at the top of his game, doing very evening to meet friends and family, six weeks of evidence at the inquest well with tottenham and england, he 1974. they have finally heard of 45 years of waiting to have their officially that their loved ones and they never saw the light of day should be looking forward to the end we re officially that their loved ones were murdered by the ira, and as you of his career, he is saying he will loved ones death is officially say, we heard thejurors again. today, the inquest has found recorded. what we have heard from welcome the day in four or five thejury were murdered by the ira, and as you recorded. what we have heard from the jury today is that all 21 people say, we heard the jurors at the yea rs' they were unlawfully killed by inquest ruled that a botched call welcome the day in four or five years' time when he can put it all who died, 11th of them in the tavern contributed to those debts. we heard
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behind him. terrible. depressing was murder. whilst the police officers in the town, and ten at the mulberry from that intelligence officer com pletely behind him. terrible. depressing was completely the right word, it is bush, were unlawfully killed, that disgraceful. let's look at what is of the day can't be questioned in all 21 of them were murdered. there kieran conway that actually, an ira happening tonight on the pitch. we re all 21 of them were murdered. there were several questions at the jury member was supposed to call through there will be a twist in the premier toa any great detail, there is no way had to go through, and the last two member was supposed to call through to a newspaper office at night league? there have been plenty. earlier than a call that was on this questionnaire were very that the people of this country and significant, because they were about eventually made, but because of whether or not west midlands police manchester city are one point could have done more on that night problems with a phone box that was clear after their midweek win against cardiff. the people of our community of out of order, the call came in at liverpool have got the chance birmingham, and ourfamilies, will in 1974 to have prevented the loss to go back to the top allow the senior police officers to of life and those two separate 8:11pm, and the first bomb went off of the table tonight. both teams have six bombings. the question here, police in the tavern in the town just under more games to go. liverpool are away at southampton, get off with letting these murderers response to the warning call, was ten minutes later. thejurors who lie in 16th, but they have won in the tavern in the town just under ten minutes later. the jurors found come of whom are still alive, our that that was a contributor to the three of their past four matches. that any error or omission in the way. letting them getting a bit with police response that caused or deaths of those 21 people. families, their continued liberty. we now contributed to loss of life? the though, disappointed potentially in we have to be 100% spot on, we have jury contributed to loss of life? the jury members said no, that wasn't the other two key questions that you the case. we do know that the to respect their strength, we have respect us, and that was, demand of dave thompson, the chief displacement and is pleased have any to respect their strength, we have to try to use the things that i warning call was made at 811 of that co nsta ble of maybe not that strong. and we have demand of dave thompson, the chief constable of west midlands police, to tie his shoelaces, black his evening, and the bombs went off —— did west midlands police have any issues, and go out and do thejob. around ten minutes later. two private information that would allow to try to use... put them under officers were not told that a coded them to take reasonable steps to pressure, all that stuff, play our warning had been given, and no prevent the bombing? jurors said no. football. cordon was put in place. the last england's women are also playing tonight — we heard evidence during these a friendly against canada question was about four warning, and at the manchester city inquest that actually than had been academy staidium. it was about this that the families some seeming intelligence from a man the manager, phil neville, our correspondent kathryn says his side wants to develop had been concern, but that west into one of the greatest teams
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in the world and dominate midlands police had prior stanczyszyn has more. in prison, just a couple of weeks their sport in the same way intelligence to that night that that the all blacks have previously, reporting that he had in rugby union. the families have finally heard would have allowed them to take heard some talk about a planned reasonable steps to prevent the officially that their loved ones bombing is taking place. we heard attack in birmingham city centre. we re officially that their loved ones were murdered by the ira. as you the everton manager says he is not earlier on in that evening a man in and also on that night, the 21st of say, thejurors at were murdered by the ira. as you november, a man in a separate pub in happy with jordan pickford after say, the jurors at this inquest another pub had overheard a the everton manager says he is not happy withjordan pickford after a difficult week for the england ruled that a botched call conversation by several irish men. a different part of birmingham city keeper. contributed to those tears. we heard he tried to alert the police to it, the 25—year—old was allegedly had heard a group of irishmen involved in a fight outside a pub but he said nothing much had in sunderland on sunday night, from nat intelligence officer kieran happened. thejury talking about bands going off. he and videos of the incident were widely circulated on social media. but he said nothing much had happened. the jury members but he said nothing much had happened. thejury members here said no, they believe that they west said originally he thought it was silva says the club conway, that an ira member was about a bombing in guildford just a would remind pickford supposed to call through to a midlands police did not have that of his duties and obligations. newspaper office at night earlier information prior, so those key few weeks previously, but he quickly than a court that was eventually questions have been found that west midlands blues couldn't have made realised, he said, that it was a another premier league goalkeeper, crystal palace's wayne hennesey, made, but because of problems with bombing at yet to happen. by the has been cleared by the fa of making the phone box that was out of order, too different to what went on that a nazi salute. night. nonetheless, a big moment for time they went back and hour later, he always denied making the gesture the phone box that was out of order, the call came in at 8:11pm, and the as he celebrated an fa cup win the families, after so long those men work on, and he said that with his team—mates injanuary. campaigning to get these inquest first bomb went off in the mulberry something that went on him. jurors the fa say a breach of the rules had bush just first bomb went off in the mulberry bushjust under ten found that did not contribute at all first bomb went off in the mulberry bush just under ten minutes later. reopened. at the time, it was the thejurors here to de—stress. was that any error or been found not proven. bush just under ten minutes later. the jurors here found that that was omission in the west midlands police a contributor to the deaths of those response to warning call? we had 21 people. family is disappointed worst terrorist atrocity on british the olympic champion is taking a that after the one call was made, soil. bombs went off in two my pops, breakfrom the olympic champion is taking a break from cycling the olympic champion is taking a breakfrom cycling because the olympic champion is taking a break from cycling because of mental health issues. potentially in the other two key police were dispatched to the area questions thatjurors were asked, kennaugh was part of the team that the mulberry bush and the tavern in around the pubs in birmingham city and that was, did west midlands the mulberry bush and the tavern in the town. among the survivors, this won the olympic team pursuit centre, but no cordon was put in title at london 2012, focusing on the road in the years man, who was just 17 at the time. 44 place, butjurors centre, but no cordon was put in place, but jurors felt that there was no error or omission in the way since, and says he hopes a break
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will allow him to recover away police have any private information that would allow them to take yea rs man, who was just 17 at the time. 44 years later, he has returned to the from the sport. that west midlands police handled his team, bora—hansgrohe, reasonable steps to prevent the place where he nearly lost his life. that. 45 years the family had been said the break would be indefinite. bombing? jurors said no, and the reason the question was and there this is where the bomb was, here. in waiting for this. phil u reports. that's all the sport for now. was because we had evidence during at the time, it was the worst terrorist atrocity on british soil. this inquest that actually there had fa ct, this is where the bomb was, here. in fact, i was told it was under the 21 people were killed and more been some intelligence, are seat here. there was a flash of certainly some seeming intelligence, than 200 injured when bombs from a man in a prison, just a light summer here, and the next went off in two pubs, thing i remember, ending up over the mulberry bush and tottenham defender danny rose says the tavern in the town. he is frustrated at the lack couple of weeks previously, among the survivors of action taken against racist fans. reporting that he had heard some is barrington berry, there, in front of the bar. since who was just 17 at the time. racist chanting was directed talk about a planned attack in at several england players, including rose, during the euro 2020 birmingham city centre. and also on february, the victim's families have 44 years later, he has that night, the 21st of november, a attended every day of the inquest, qualifier in montenegro. returned to the place man ina hoping for answers to the key where he nearly lost his life. that night, the 21st of november, a man in a separate pub, in a questions about that night in uefa has charged montenegro different part of birmingham, said this is where the bomb was, here. with racist behaviour, but 28—year—old rose says he does he had had a group of irishmen november 1974. a warning had been not expect a significant punishment. talking about banks going off. he phoned in. so come hadn't the pulse in fact, i was told earlier, i spoke to troy townsend it was under this seat here. from the charity against racism thought originally it was about to bombing attack in telford just a few there was a flash of light somewhere in football, kick it out. been evacuated? here and the next thing i remember, phoned in. so come hadn't the pulse been evacuated 7 and phoned in. so come hadn't the pulse been evacuated? and most importantly, who planted the bombs? weeks previously, but you quickly it was so quick, the next thing realise, he thought it was an attack the key moment in the inquest came i remember was ending up over there, in front of the bar. i would like to think that things that was yet to happen. he said he when a former ira bomber told the drove to a nearby police training we re i would like to think that things were getting better. i know our facility and reported this. by the court that he had been given since february, the victims‘ educational system is better than time they went back, about an hour families have attended what it used to be in terms of impact on players and stuff like permission by the organisation's every day of the inquest, later, those men were gone, and he hoping for answers to key questions had said that is weighed on him. but present a command to name for who he about that night in november 1974. that, but the incidents we have seen jurors found that did not contribute claims were involved in the this season are very high—profile, at all to these debts. was that any bombings. mick murray, who had been a warning had been phoned in. and some of them have led people to error or omission in the west
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tried and acquitted in 1975 was one. so why hadn't the pubs question whether racism has never midlands police response to that been evacuated? gone away and ultimately it hasn't, warning call as well? because we had and, most importantly, the unit's commander seamus but the high—profile incidents have at after that warning call, police who planted the bombs? met we are now looking at it mclauchlan, former british soldier we re at after that warning call, police were dispatched to the area around the key moment in the inquest came james gavin, and michael hayes, who differently. when you see where the pubs were in birmingham when a former ira bomber, had been arrested and released in known as witness 0, told the court high—profile incidents, the intense city centre, no cordon was put in incidence of voice been there but that he'd been given permission we're now hearing about them from place, butjurors 1974, the only one who is still city centre, no cordon was put in place, but jurors felt that there by the organisation's present—day players who have said enough is was no error or omission in the way alive. in a bbc interview, he said command to name four people enough, and it is the black players that west midlands police handled he had been a participant and that. so, 45 years, nearly, the apologised to the families of to my who he claims were themselves. they are not allowed to speak their minds or allowed to families have been waiting for this. heartfelt sympathy to all of you for involved in the bombings. speak their minds or allowed to speak up, they are prominently told, the terrible, tragic loss that you don't worry, we would deal with phil mackie reports. have gone through. and for all these mick murray, who'd been tried this, but it has got to a stage now and acquitted in 1975, was one. where they want to take the matter at the time, it was the worst years you have been trying to find terrorist atrocity on british soil. the unit's commander, seamus mcloughlin. closure, i hope at last, god will be former british soldier into their own hands, the game is 21 people were killed and more than 200 injured when bombs not protecting them or allowing them james gavin and michael hayes, went off in two pubs, merciful and bring your closure. to express themselves while also the mulberry bush and the tavern in the town. who'd been arrested and released among the survivors coming down hard with sanctions. is barrington berry, who was just 17 at the time. witness was asked whether a fifth in 1974, is the only one man was part of the group, but he who is still alive. in a bbc interview, he said danny rose, on £60,000 a week, to 44 years later, he has said he did not know the name. mr he'd been a participant returned to the place riley has always been involved in and apologised to the families. where he nearly lost his life. my heartfelt sympathy to all of you, say... danny rose, on £60,000 a week, to say. . . what danny rose, on £60,000 a week, to say... what he is on is irrelevant. the bombings. the former mp and this is where the bomb was, here. for a terrible, tragic loss that he isa author chris mullin told the inquest say... what he is on is irrelevant. he is a professional sportsman who he had spoken to the many decades you've been put through. wa nts to he is a professional sportsman who wants to play the game he loves but in fact, i was told and for all these years, also wants to be protected. it was under this seat here. ago, but thinks is too late now for wants to play the game he loves but there was a flash of light somewhere you've been trying to find closure, also wants to be protectedm underlines just how frustrated new criminal charges. the only way i here and the next thing i remember, players are getting. they are it was so quick, the next thing can see anybody could conceivably i hope at last, god will be merciful frustrated because he has been
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and bring you closure. i remember was ending up over there, targeted because of the colour of conduct 44 years after the event is witness 0 was asked whether a fifth his skin not because he's a in front of the bar. professional footballer. and man, michael patrick reilly, if they put their thumb print to a his skin not because he's a professionalfootballer. and he had since february, the victims‘ to endure that back in 2012 and families have attended was also part of the group, every day of the inquest, hoping for answers to key questions but he said he didn't know the name. nothing has got better. he was sent statement setting out their role in about that night in november 1974. this affair, and i don't see any mr riley has always denied off for being racially abused in being involved in the bombings. 2012 and nothing has got better. why sign of that happening. eight new the former mp and author chris mullin told the inquest he'd a warning had been phoned in. spoken to the men decades ago, is it predominately football? why is memorial to the victims has been so why hadn't the pubs but thinks it's too late now that the sport where there seems to been evacuated? unveiled near the scene of the and, most importantly, for new criminal charges. bombings. the families can finally the only way that i can see that bea that the sport where there seems to be a particular... i don't think it who planted the bombs? say for certain their loved ones anybody could conceivably be is predominately football, it is the key moment in the inquest came we re say for certain their loved ones were murdered by the ira, and they just more high profile, we scroll on when a former ira bomber, convicted 44 years after the event, social media more, it has a bigger known as witness 0, told the court still seek justice, and now is if they put their thumb were murdered by the ira, and they still seekjustice, and now want the impact than other sports, but i that he'd been given permission police to pursue the people print to a statement. would not say it does not happen in responsible for taking 21 lines. —— by the organisation's present—day other sports. it would be wrong of setting out their role us other sports. it would be wrong of us to just say football. but the command to name four people in this affair. i don't see any sign high—profile nature of the game who he claims were 21 lives. of that happening. globally means that people always involved in the bombings. theresa may has asked the eu for a further delay a new memorial to the victims pick up on football and sometimes mick murray, who'd been tried to brexit untiljune 30th — has been unveiled near and acquitted in 1975, was one. use football as an excuse the but she says she's still hoping the scene of the bombings. actions that are going on in other the unit's commander, the uk can leave earlier than that the families can finally say if mps finally approve her deal. sports are in other sports and seamus mcloughlin. in a letter to european council for certain that they were murdered society. pretty soon we will see former british soldier president donald tusk, by the ira but they still seek players walking off, aren't we? james gavin and michael hayes, theresa may says britain who'd been arrested and released will prepare to hold elections justice and now want the police people might not want to hear this, for the european parliament, in 1974, is the only one with the option of pulling to pursue the people responsible but i think players will take who is still alive. out of them. for taking 21 lives. matters into their own hands. if the the uk is due to leave phil mackie, bbc news, birmingham. in a bbc interview, he said at the end of next week, he'd been a participant authorities do not come up with and apologised to the families. but an eu official says donald tusk is considering a longer,
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stronger sanctions, we will get to a my heartfelt sympathy to all of you, flexible extension of up to a year. stage where the player say, enough our political correspondent, for a terrible, tragic loss that is enough, i will go. stage where the player say, enough is enough, iwill go. but if you've been put through. and reacting today following that stage where the player say, enough is enough, i will go. but if harry kane says, if this happens i will alex forsyth, reports. walk the whole team of, that is a jury and for all these years, and reacting today following that jury inquest result, the family say their attention is now moving to helluva message. it is a message, you've been trying to find closure, i hope at last, god will be merciful whether justice can be what next for brexit? the plan today their attention is now moving to whetherjustice can be pursued but you prepare —— compare that to further with regard to those three and bring you closure. became a little clearer. because men. three of them are still witness 0 was asked whether a fifth parliament is deadlocked, the prime bonucci who accused harry kane of man, michael patrick reilly, minister is asking the eu for more deceased, one is still alive. fuelling racism, his fault. that is was also part of the group, time to try to sort it out. in a but he said he didn't know the name. straight after those proceedings, a the powerful message but the wrong mr riley has always denied letter to the european council tweet from the council representing message. where does the buck stop a? president don alters, to do so may the families, we just open the light being involved in the bombings. montenegro says it will act, but ask to delay our departure date of the jury's unequivocal finding the former mp and author until the 30th of june that the ira murdered 21 innocent what can a country do? it is not chris mullin told the inquest he'd ask to delay our departure date until the 30th ofjune this year, but once the option of leaving spoken to the men decades ago, people, that west midlands police down to the country. that was a but thinks it's too late now earlier if the parliament to support will now redouble their efforts in for new criminal charges. a brexit deal before them, which is terms of promise that we have high—risk game in montenegro. uefa the only way that i can see that evidence and may still be alive to knew that as well. it was reported anybody could conceivably be convicted 44 years after the event, what the government hopes. we still bring them tojustice. evidence and may still be alive to hope to leave the eu in the next bring them to justice. we are expecting to hear from west midlands to them as such. their own protocols is if they put their thumb couple of months. that's our police in the next hour. felt the england players, what is print to a statement ambition. we don't have a majority theresa may has asked supposed to be administered once in parliament, and that means that the eu for a further delay racial abuse was heard failed the we have to have these discussions setting out their role to brexit untiljune 30th — in this affair. with jeremy corbyn we have to have these discussions withjeremy corbyn to see if there but she says she's still hoping england players, but who questions is enough common ground to do that. i don't see any sign the uk can leave earlier than that if mps finally approve her deal. uefa ? of that happening. those talks with labour, whose england players, but who questions uefa? who questions the officials in in a letter to european council a new memorial to the victims leader was in newport today are protecting players on the football president donald tusk, has been unveiled near pitch? unless our authorities decide
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continuing, still questions over theresa may says britain whether he will push for another will prepare to hold elections enough is enough themselves... do the scene of the bombings. for the european parliament, public vote. they have included all with the option of pulling the families can finally say out of them. you think they haven't? what should for certain that they were murdered that any discussions with the the uk is due to leave at the end by the ira but they still seek they do now? i would have thought government, and i have twice put of next week but an eu official says justice and now want the police to pursue the people responsible forward proposals for parliament donald tusk is considering a longer, for taking 21 lives. that include that in the labour that the england game was such a flexible extension of up to a year. phil mackie, bbc news, birmingham. party has supported it. we haven't high priority, and what happened in our political correspondent, that game? rather than wait until ended talks with the government yet. there has been no obvious move in alex forsyth, reports. the 16th of may when their the side of the government as yet, investigation comes about, they but we are continuing those tours. what next for brexit? today, the would have made a high priority. u efa theresa may wants to keep any would have made a high priority. uefa help their equal game government's plan, at least, became conference and we had some great extension as short as possible, but a little clearer. because parliament snapshots from the president and has acknowledged that if no exit deal is agreed by may the 23rd, the is still deadlocked, unable to agree even from our fa chairman. people uk will have to take part in how we live, the prime minister is are fed up now. they want to see elections to the european asking the eu for more time to try action. if somebody is watching who parliament, almost three years after three of the men are now deceased, to sort it out. in a letter to the voting to leave the eu. something has been at a match, may have pa rta ken one is still alive. straight after the prime minister says is not in has been at a match, may have partaken in some of this, what do european council president donald those proceedings, a tweet from the tusk, theresa may asked to delay our you say to them to make them think? the prime minister says is not in the country's interest. many departure date until the 30th of council representing the families. brexiteers are angry at any delay. we just hope and the light of the june this year, but once the option you cannot say through a camera, you we don't need to ask for an have to say face to face, we have jury's unequivocal finding that the extension to the 30th ofjune or any of leaving earlier if the parliament ira murdered 21 innocent people, other date. we should just leave the educational systems in place but that investment in space will now supports a brexit deal before then, these people need to be brought to redoubled their efforts in terms of european union, because that is what which is what the government hopes. task, they need to understand the impact, some of them might not want bombers that may have evidence, and we still hope to leave the eu in the may still be allowed to bring them 17.4 million people voted for. that to and glorify the actions they are to be justice. we is overwhelming what members of the next couple of months. that's our doing, and that's where the game to may still be allowed to bring them to bejustice. we are may still be allowed to bring them to be justice. we are expecting to ambition. we don't have a majority hear from west midlands police in conservative party voted for, so be stronger, what they do with them, the next hour.
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in parliament, and that means that let's not over complicated. let's we have to have these discussions just leave. some say even along to how they allow them into our with jeremy corbyn we have to have these discussions withjeremy corbyn to see if there is enough common ground to do that. grounds, how they reintegrate them theresa may has asked if they have been punished before. the eu for a further delay 196 just leave. some say even along to 1% and two back in the prime all round, there has to be a to brexit untiljune 30th — those talks with labour, whose but she says she's still hoping leader was in newport today, are stronger message on this. the game the uk can leave earlier than that minister's two. i think the is failing people and its fans who if mps finally approve her deal. continuing. still questions over whether he will push for another in a letter to european council withdrawal agreement are so do not want to hear the chanting, president donald tusk, public vote. they have included all who want to go there and support theresa may says britain disadvantaged and humiliating we will prepare to hold elections would be better staying in the their country or their team because for the european parliament, european union for a new longer if with the option of pulling that would scare us in discussions that's what they have paid their with the government, and i have money for. out of them. necessary. finding compromise here twice put forward to parliament the uk is due to leave at the end won't be easy. how the government of next week but an eu official says may see a poncy delay, yes, no, or including that, and we have not an english hospital has said ended talks with the government yet. donald tusk is considering a longer, how long, well, that's a it will no longer take flexible extension of up to a year. there has been no obvious move on in patients from wales, the side of the government as yet, except in emergencies our political correspondent, conversation that will happen in and maternity cases. alex forsyth, reports. what next for brexit? and we are continuing those talks. the decision by the countess brussels. —— may see it once a of chester nhs foundation trust today, the government's plan, micro women wants to keep any means gps in wales will no longer be able to refer patients for treatment at least, became a little clearer. extension as short as possible, but delay. this is of course the second over the border at the hospital. has acknowledged that“ our health correspondent, because parliament extension as short as possible, but has acknowledged that if no exit is still deadlocked, deal is agreed by the 23rd, the uk unable to agree how we leave, dominic hughes, explains. the prime minister is asking the eu tier donald letter the prime minister has written requesting an will have to take part in elections this relates to what for more time to try to sort it out. the hospital trust described extension to the article 50 process. to the european parliament, almost as unresolved funding issues. she said in a letter that she is in a letter to the european council three years after voting to leave in other words, it's a dispute writing it reluctantly, but really the eu, something the prime minister president donald tusk, theresa may saysis the eu, something the prime minister says is not in the country's about payment from the neighbouring she had no choice, but cabinet had health board in flintshire in north decided that it did not want the uk interest. many brexiteers are angry wales to this trust that runs asked to delay our departure date to leave the uk without a deal at until the 30th ofjune this year, at any delay. we don't need to ask the hospital in chester. the end of next week. so, she has but wants the option of leaving earlier if the parliament supports gone to the eu asking for more time. foran at any delay. we don't need to ask for an extension to the 30th of a brexit deal before then,
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in the end, the eu needs to decide june, orany other around a fifth of all the patients, for an extension to the 30th of june, or any other date. for an extension to the 30th of june, orany other date. we for an extension to the 30th of june, or any other date. we should just leave the european union, around 23,000 patients which is what the government hopes. unanimously whether to grant this because that is what 17.4 million that was in 2017, who arrive we still hope to leave the eu extension or not, and on what terms. at chester hospital people voted for, that's what the come from north wales. in the next couple of months. that's our ambition. the ball will be in their court. you polls show people now vote for, and we don't have a majority heard the tory mp bernard jenkin and it is overwhelmingly what members of last year, we heard from the board in parliament, and that means alex's piece. he is with me now as the conservative party voted for, so that they were missing out that we have to have these discussions withjeremy corbyn on at least £4 million worth to see if there is enough well. you said that a longer let's not overcomplicated. nice of funding because they felt those patients from north wales were not common ground to do that. joselu. some say even a long 31% extension is preferable to this joselu. some say even a long 3196 into backing the prime minister's being funded properly. those talks with labour, deal. what you mean by that? sooner whose leader was in newport so the trust has taken today, are continuing. deal. i think the terms of the or later, we are going to have a new the decision today, after what is obviously a long, still questions over prime minister, and they will much withdrawal agreement is a ongoing discussion with the health whether he will push for another public vote. prefer a clean sheet of paper with disadvantage, and such a humiliating board in north wales, to stop defeat, we would be better at all the advantages as well as patients from north wales attending, staying in the european union for a disadvantages of membership of the unless they are cancer patients, we have included all that in the european union that are to be locked maternity patients, year longer if necessary. finding patients with an existing discussions with the government, and into an agreement which is all the i have twice put forward proposals compromise here won't be easy. the appointment or emergencies. to parliament that include that, and government says it mate want a disadvantages of eu membership while delay, yes, no, or how long, that is the un, us and four of its allies we are in the implementation period, the labour party has put it forward. have expressed deep concern and that is then a question of a conversation that will happen in over fighting in libya. whether you can get out without they've called for calm amid clashes there has been no obvious splitting up the united kingdom. near the town of gharyan move on the side of that puts us in a very invidious the government as yet, brussels. alan foster has put out a and as the leader of forces and we are continuing those talks. negotiating position for the next in the east of the country theresa may wants to keep any day. i would negotiating position for the next ordered is troops to march extension as short as possible, day. iwould be much negotiating position for the next day. i would be much better not to on the capital, tripoli. but has acknowledged sign their withdrawal agreement. that, if no exit deal caroline rigby reports. is agreed by the 23rd, with the negotiation is over. the statement saying, exiting the eu has the uk put out a statement because of its will have to take part in elections prime minister says explicitly that to the european parliament, the withdrawal agreement is close. stretching into the distance, almost three years after voting
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even though you have concerns about transience in london and brussels. a convoy of armoured vehicles to leave the eu, something and trucks mounted with guns, the prime minister says is not it, the backstop, you don't like and in the country's interest. she said mrs may should not be many brexiteers are new think perhaps the uk, that part allegedly heading west. angry at any delay. subcontracting the uk's future to of the negotiation is over. by far jeremy corbyn by going into talks is this evidence of an escalation in we don't need to ask for an extension to the 30th the most attractive way of leaving of june, or any other date. with the labour leader. the country's long running conflict? the most attractive way of leaving the european union, if everyone is our political correspondent ben wright is in westminster... the footage was released we should just leave ready, is to live without an the european union, by the self—styled libyan national agreement now rather than this army as its chief ordered troops because that is what 17.4 million people voted for, that's withdrawal agreement. the prime more time, but for part. the minister has made it clear she won't what the polls show people now vote do that, she does not want to do for, and it is overwhelmingly to march on the capital, tripoli. what members of the conservative that, despite everything she said. question eu leaders will be asking party voted for, so let's we would have perhaps another year, themselves is considered the prime translation: heroes, not overcomplicate it — just leave. the time has come. or 21 months to prepare to leave minister's nutter. she has done, in it is time to advance towards this letter, but they are some is to without a withdrawal agreement, and tripoli and to enter it peacefully. once the eu realise that, maybe they set out this strategy, a plan, that will change your tune and start only point your weapons at those who have decided to fight. talking more sensibly. this she hopes will deliver the some say even a long delay one government has negotiated so weakly, only fire on those who had decided ratification of the withdrawal pushed them into backing a long to shoot and want bloodshed. agreement in parliament. something those who put down their the prime minister has failed to do weapons will be spared. and the withdrawal agreement for months. but they will want to delay. i think the terms of the withdrawal the announcement came as the un represents an utter humiliation for know if she can, and i think they secretary general made a rare agreement is such a disadvantage, the united kingdom, and it would be and such a humiliating defeat, far better for us to stay for an are not going to want this to drag visit to tripoli to meet we would be better off staying the internationally on for ever and ever, and there is recognised government. in the european union for a year extension, fresh prime minister, no guarantee she will get what you longer if necessary. maybe even a fresh election mandate. a trip aimed at drumming up support finding compromise here won't be easy. asked for, because last month, when for a national conference, but while the government may say it that is in at the national interest. the prime minister as for her first to lay the groundwork once a delay, yes, no or how long, extension to do and if 30s, they for much delayed elections. avenue been wrong—footed by number well, that's a conversation that said no, you can't, you can have on i want to make a very strong appeal. will happen in brussels. ten, because now the prime minister has said explicitly that she is sunday the 22nd. if you passage
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hoping to get that it's this afternoon, the irish an appeal for all military prime minister has has said explicitly that she is hoping to get that its agreement signed by parliament by making your, april the 12th, if you don't. reiterated that ireland that is a deadline we are hurtling want to avoid a no—deal changes to the buttock ejaculation movements to stop. brexit next week. towards, and there may well be there but leo varadkar said that any with the assistant of labour. she there is no military solution extension would have to be agreed isa towards, and there may well be there has gone cross—party because you and is a big argument among eu leaders for any problem in the world, to by other eu leaders about the benefits of eitherjust and there is not a military solution your colleagues refused to back the like nursing, you can have a very at their summit next week. brexit deal on offer. should lodge for the problems in libya. short extension until the middle of in a joint statement, none of us want no deal next week, ata may, if it does not pass, we are the us, france, britain, brexit deal on offer. should lodge at a customs union, a referendum, italy and the uae expressed deep certainly not in ireland, i know the for those reasons, and now she is looking at no—deal, r, and this is uk and europe doesn't want it obviously going to discuss was a bad the impression we are getting from concern and urged restraint. either. but i also want to avoid donald tusk, at the might to decide deal options. i don't think that is to play this very long. we don't running extensions, because that just adds to the uncertainty for what the conservative party and conservative voters want. it is not wa nt to to play this very long. we don't want to go through this month by while the un—backed government what it majority of voters in the citizens, businesses, and for month extension progress. the cards in tripoli says it's put its forces parliament. perhaps a longer country one. even without a are in the eu's hands. they will on high alert and powerful armed extension might make more sense, but withdrawal agreement is now the most groups from the western city thatis decide the terms and conditions of of misrata, who backed extension might make more sense, but that is something i would have to the extension to the uk gets. under the government, have also vowed popular option, particularly outside talk about with other heads of london. and all this demonstrates to stop any advance from the east. government. a27in but it's feared any intensification the european council decision of 22 the extension to the uk gets. under a 27 in those countries, and you can march, taken in agreement that the westminster establishment, the remaina in the conflict could be a major that the westminster establishment, the remain a parliament, is almost hear the collective touching. completely out of touch with most a woman whose conviction setback for un mediation for murdering her husband was quashed at the court of appeal voters, and if you want to end the yeah, the exasperation, as you have in a country where the tussle to think yet again about how to for power runs deep. has been granted bail a result of the messy end ahead of a fresh trial. handle the british problem. there sally challen was jailed for life uncertainty quickly, you would just to colonel gaddafi's rule that has leave now without a withdrawal already ripped this nation apart. in 2011 for murdering her husband was clearly great anxiety about uk richard, but the conviction was overturned in february agreement. doesn't to longer following a campaign by her sons, extension inevitably bring into play participation and the elections, and caroline rigby, bbc news. and evidence that she had suffered the idea of another referendum? i think they will be reassured in decades of abuse. the letter that the prime minister today, she pleaded not
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because a mandate from 2016 starts guilty to his murder. makes a clear, although it is not now the headlines on afternoon live: richard lister reports. sally challen has never denied to look pretty threadbare, doesn't killing her husband, richard, something everybody wants to happen, but she's always maintained it? if you sign in withdrawal britain is going to start preparing a botched warning call by the ira that she didn't murder him. in february, the court agreement which does everything for the selection. but i think there of appeal heard arguments except by name keep you in the about the issue of coercive control is exasperation, and i think there that contributed to the deaths of european union, do you think the will be a degree of scepticism that the people killed in the birmingham and quashed her murder conviction. vocals are going to give it up? no, theresa may can deliver on the plan it ordered a retrial, that she sets out. she talks about they are going to carry on in the light of new evidence campaigning fora pub bombings. theresa may writes to about her state of mind at the time they are going to carry on campaigning for a referendum. they the conversations going on with the eu, asking for an extension to are going to carry on using the labour as a way through this, she of richard's death. weakness and the abject submission talks about trying to have a article 50 until the end ofjune at the old bailey today, her family saw her plead possible new consultation process in not guilty to murder, of this parliament to campaign for a acknowledging the uk may need to referendum to rejoin the european the house of commons, and indicative ta ke in advance of the retrial. acknowledging the uk may need to take part in european elections. a thejudge ordered her release on bail. vote process, that could perhaps woman from surrey who killed her union. they are going to campaign today, we are overjoyed that bail build a new consensus around the husband says she will plead not for a customs union brexit. the only has been granted for our mother political declaration part of this guilty at her retrial. her murder way to end the uncertainty as to deal. but eu leaders are likely to and she will be now released conviction was quashed five weeks back to us. leave next week without a withdrawal look at what is going on here, look our mother now rejoins our family. agreement. that will end the at the instability, hear the loud we are respecting the reporting ago. restrictions now placed, talk and speculation about an so we can't comment further, eminent general election as a way of uncertainty, and the threat of a the man accused of the mass i'm afraid. richard and sally challen referendum, and the threat of a shaking up the numbers, see that shooting at two mosques in new zealand has been ordered were married in 1979. to undergo psychiatric tests. she'd been just 15 when they'd met. customs union brexit. otherwise, it theresa may has already said she is 28—year—old brenton tarrant appeared is much better for a new prime living on borrowed time, because she in court via video link minister to be is not going to be sticking around from a maximum security prison. they made their home in surrey, is much better for a new prime ministerto be in is much better for a new prime minister to be in a is much better for a new prime ministerto be in a much had an active social life is much better for a new prime minister to be in a much stronger much longer, and they will ask position to negotiate from within themselves, are we dealing with a he's facing 50 charges of murder and raised their two sons. and 39 of attempted murder. but, by 2010, the sta ble themselves, are we dealing with a stable political entity? an answer hywel griffith reports. couple had split up. the european union rather than stock and, in august, richard challen clearly is, not really. i don't know and a withdrawal agreement they cannot get out of. at it will be was found dead at the family home, what your plumbing skills are like, during friday prayers three weeks ago, this mosque became having suffered more than 20 hammer
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but this leak in the chamber the scene of a massacre. blows to the head. digested over the weekend, and then yesterday, and we all had a bit of a the critical summit in brussels on a terror attack that shocked sally challen has been teacher, but if it is causing injailfor his murder new zealand and brought the world's for nearly nine years. wednesday come up with the eu will serious problems, there is a chance give a thumbs up or thumbs down to attention to this normally she is currently in bronzefield they cannot sit on monday.“ the extension requests the prime prison near ashford in kent, minister has sent in. serious problems, there is a chance they cannot sit on monday. if you are writing a novel about all of quiet, sacred place. awaiting her retrial. this, that is an event that would the man accused of carrying out she is to be released look like such a cliche. it did the mass shooting has now been on bail tomorrow. the judge said the trial formally charged with 50 murders would take place onjuly1st, happen, and there is now? of how and 39 attempted murders. adding, "if necessary". quickly the house of commons will be richard lister, bbc news. 28—year—old brenton tarrant sitting again. presuming the other, donald tusk, talking about this i would imagine the prime minister appeared via video link you're watching afternoon live, will be back in the commons at the extension. for a year that bob mean from the high security prison, beginning of next week to explain why she has asked for this where he is being held in auckland. the judge ordered two routine these are our headlines: extension. there is also, of course, mental health checks, that tourism it does not have to go to determine whether he's fit out every month asking for an the yvette cooper belt that went to extension every time she goes to the yvette cooper belt that went to to enter a plea. the house of commons at high speed a botched warning call by the brussels. donald tusk himself has on wednesday, which is waiting for the al noor mosque is no outbreak caused or contributed to clea ra nce on wednesday, which is waiting for not said it,, so it is a suggestion longer a crime scene. the deaths of 21 people in the clearance in the lords, royal assent, which will compel the prime people are being able to return birmingham pub bombings. theresa may that has been put out there, but you to pray to try to recover. but some are still struggling writes to the eu asking for an minister, the government, to put the are right. it is seen in a way as a motion in front of parliament to deal with what they extension to article 50 until the witnessed happening here. sort of thing that terry could only explaining the extension is looking end of acknowledging the uk may have for, and i think it gives mps the some survivors, like faisal, ask for up to the end ofjune, have been taking food parcels to ta ke end of acknowledging the uk may have to take part in the european to bereaved families, donald tusk can suggest something power to amend the extension to it. sustaining them and election. women who killed her i don't think there is going to be a processing his own feelings. mother says she will plead not longer, but the reasons for that great deal of action in the commons exactly as you say, that the eu has next week before the brussels guilty to murder arter rachel. sally i am trying to keep myself busy. summit, because i think women might
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call it, call it survivor's guilt. challen conviction was quashed weeks not been offering a short extension just wants to take transplant to eu ago. danny rose says the lack of at this point. that was only on leaders in tax, not having suffered they need help right now, offer if they withdrawal agreement they need the love that's kind progress at tackling racism in of missing, and that's, football has left him disillusioned had already been passed, because precisely what the eu worries about any more humiliating defeats in the with the game. he says fines do not it such a short extension would house of commons. i guess, what's motivating everyone. the shootings were work. liverpool can return to the simply create new deadlines and a new rolling series of these streamed live online. top of the table, jurgen klopp says social media companies, requests, if the uk is still unable our europe correspondent damian like facebook and youtube, grammatacus says the eu have been criticised for failing is concerned that a short extension to prevent extremist his team must be at 100% against material from being shared. to come up with the solution, it would only continue the chaos around these negotiations... will keep coming back, and there southampton, who have won three of it is seen in a way, i think, as i australia has responded will keep coming back, and there will be more emergency summit is to the last four matches. and a cyclist agree yet another deadline, yet think as something that theresa may with new laws, threatening is taking an indefinite break from another cliff edge. that long cycling due to ongoing mental health extension would be a way of avoiding imprisonment and huge fines can only ask until the end ofjune, unless they act quickly. that. but it wad of cotton, i think. issues. he won gold for team gb in donald tusk and suggest something the impact of the attack still we are hearing from france, sources longer. reasons for that, weighs heavily in christchurch, donald tusk and suggest something longer. reasons forthat, exactly 2012. morongo studies in the next 15 there, close to the translator, donald tusk and suggest something longer. reasons for that, exactly as you say, that the eu has not been as do the questions of how such a violent, terrifying minutes. saying this is not a done deal, that offering you short extension at this point. that was only on offer if the attack could happen here. hywel griffith, bbc news. there should be no idea that this is withdrawal agreement had already already in the back. they are saying tottenham defender danny rose been passed, because, precisely what says he is frustrated at the lack the eu what it's about, such a short it is premature, because there is a of action taken against racist fans. extension would simply create new most of the milk we buy racist chanting was directed key precondition that the french is pasteurised, but more and more at several england players, deadlines, and a rolling series of people are now drinking raw milk. including rose, during the euro 2020 particularly have insisted on, which these requests if the uk is still 3 million litres of it qualifier in montenegro. isa particularly have insisted on, which is a plan from theresa may. this is unable to come up with a solution, were sold last year, but there are concerns uefa has charged montenegro simply asking for an extension, she over its safety, as with racist behaviour and keep coming back here, the eu john maguire reports. but 28—year—old rose says he does hasn't presented a credible plan leaders would keep having to come
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yet, and she will need to do that not expect a significant punishment. back here to a yet another deadline, like his father and before wednesday full the leaders grandfather before him, let's speak to a former premier johnny crickmore's a dairy farmer. yet another cliff edge. so, that long extension would be a way of meet here. pal donald tusk has been but trying to make money from milk league footballer and leading avoiding that. but a wad of i think. antiracism campaigner. and a lot of helpful, you can imagine the scenes these days has been harder. we are getting from france, sources so, at the moment, around 40% of his production us are antiracism campaigner. and a lot of is focused on raw milk, us arejust die—cut antiracism campaigner. and a lot of us are just die—cut that even after in 27 eu capitals. exasperation decades of talking about this, it's probably understated. are saying that this is not a done not only the same, it seems to be sold directly to the public. deal, that there should be no idea getting worse. good afternoon, that this is already in the bag. in 27 eu capitals. exasperation probably understatedlj in 27 eu capitals. exasperation probably understated. i think yes. possibly some, because that date they are saying it is premature, simon. i think it isjust coming to that theresa may has asked for is because there is a key precondition light, some high profile abuse that one they have already diffuse last that the friends particularly of has recently come up with raheem time here, so i think there is a insisted on, which is a plan from it's like the old days, very little chance that they will when you used to get really agree to that. we know that theresa may. they say, to be asking good milk at school. sterling, and i just foran that flavour‘s back has recently come up with raheem ambassadors have been meeting here theresa may. they say, to be asking with this sort of thing. sterling, and ijust feel that it is for an extension, she hasn't you can use it for all types really good... raheem sterling today to discuss that later. they presented a credible plan yet, and of cooking, as well. brought it to the fore in terms of she will need to do that before i tried it, actually, first have welcomed a couple of things in just making people talk about it in france, when i was over there. with his post on twitter, but danny it which are important, and an wednesday before the leaders meet and the taste was important shift in the uk position. here in order to secure an absolutely phenomenal. so, to have somewhere rose has done something really good, local now is really, because he has made people one is that desire, or the extension. don't forget, you can let really good for me, so i can get this. understand how racism makes people statement, that the uk would take the milk we buy normally is pasteurised, heated to destroy feel. you wouldn't think a pa rt statement, that the uk would take part in european elections. that had us extension. don't forget, you can let any harmful bacteria it may contain. us know what you think. you can producing raw milk means hygiene 28—year—old professional football player in the premier league would been a key precondition, and theresa standards have to be high. tweet us, and the contact details you want to have a visual look feel that he just wants to wait till may appears to have accepted that. at the milk and make sure the end of his career, because he are on screen. our headlines this it's the right colour, has just about had enough, so, that is a positive here. as is nothing, no infection the end of his career, because he hasjust about had enough, but afternoon. a botched one called by in the cow's quarter. the end of his career, because he has just about had enough, but that is what racism does. it has a secondly, you would use the commitment to sincere the ira also contributed to the this to disinfect it,
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cooperation if the uk stayed in it, deaths of 21 people killed in the that goes on the cow's teat and then profound effect on individuals. i you go over it, afterwards, just want to put on peoples mind so the uk wouldn't use its veto on birmingham pub bombings, as an with this wood wool and that just want to put on peoples mind just imagine what it would feel like will get the teat as clean its position in votes and debate to inquest jury birmingham pub bombings, as an inquestjury row birmingham pub bombings, as an inquest jury row supermodel. birmingham pub bombings, as an inquestjury row supermodel. theresa as you could possibly get it, may writes to the eu asking for an before you put the unit on. someone grassroots level, he doesn't hold up things like a future eu have the level of support that danny extension to article 50 until the the past five years has seen an explosion in the demand for raw rose gets. wouldn't say it is budget, eu appointments to the top end ofjune, acknowledging the uk might need to take part in european milk, a fivefold increase job is here. that is also welcome. from around 600,000 litres in 2012, getting worse, but it is just coming to more than 3 million last year. elections. it woman from surrey who to the fore. these things have been but still concerns, i think, about killed her husband had said she will how the uk might approach it. so, in england, wales, happening on a regular basis, and i plead not guilty to murder at a and northern ireland, raw drinking milk can only be bought have to agree with danny, that some things have been treated as a by consumers directly retrial. sally challen murder from the dairy farmers, so, nothing seems to be done about it. positive here, but what we have to conviction was quashed five weeks remember is that this is all down, it is not at the top of... it is not ago. and still to come, we are in no supermarkets, for example. as ben was in a couple of minutes chelmsford finding out how and in scotland, it's a priority to do with racism. he businesses there are preparing for ago, to the eu 27 litres. remember, banned from sale. made a point about his manager been last and by theresa may asked for an brexit. and in sport, the tottenham now, the food standards agency given a two—game ban for fighting a is undergoing a consultation, extension, they came out with an looking at how the burgeoning referee about a decision, we are and england defender danny rose said a nswer the lack of progress in tackling industry should be controlled. extension, they came out with an answer that nobody quite expected, racism in football has left him witnessing countries find about and they were a bit tougher than between 2015 and 2017, £40,000 and being allowed to carry disillusioned with the game. he on. something has got to change. anyone really thought they might be. sounds fines for clubs our nations there were five outbreaks, ijust wonder if anyone really thought they might be. i just wonder if they have seen the related to raw drinking milk, £40,000 and being allowed to carry on. something has got to changem the only thing that is going to have after incidences of abuse don't work. liverpool can return to the an effect on the fans is if the message from jacob rees—mogg. he involving over 100 people. players woke up, isn't it? it will says... if a long extension lives top of the table tonight. juergen are stuck in the eu we should be as klopp says his side must be at 100% have an initial effect on the fans, difficult as possible. we should many of them were children as well. against eight southampton side who but what i want to see is a have won three of the last four and we've had quite a few long—term plan. iwant hospitalisations from those block mr macron's integrationist outbreaks as well. so, it is a risky product. but what i want to see is a long—term plan. i want to see schemes. i mean, that is exactly matches. a cyprus has taken an organisations into football club what you want to avoid, presumably? that you need to get your house in order in terms of education, and indefinite break due to ongoing direct farm sales mean raw drinking
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milk is measured not in food it is, and that is what i was mental health issues. he won a gold miles, but in food feet. clu bs order in terms of education, and clubs making sure that their with team gb in 2012 in the team referring to. this thing about but it being allowed to travel further afield, supporters know what will happen if sincere cooperation that there is a to shops and larger retailers remains a fair distance away. they behave in that manner. and to myth written a letter, signed a pursuit. more details and other john maguire, bbc news, suffolk. pledge to keep up sincere stories in the next 15 minutes. educate them, to have it around the ground, and to say to them, this is cooperation. that is what eu countries pledged to do when working totally u na cce pta ble. together, so it is important for ground, and to say to them, this is totally unacceptable. but also show a woman whose conviction for murdering her husband it as well, because they are not them. i think that will be read as a was quashed at the court of appeal researchers say the amount doing that. and it would have an little bit of a one, but you have to has been granted bail of new coral created ahead of a fresh trial. on australia's great barrier reef remember that the eu leaders will sally challen was jailed for life has plummeted by nearly 90% impact if the manager was to take deal with a uk prime minister, and in 2011 for murdering her husband as a result of ocean heatwaves. the players off the pitch, but what richard, but the conviction was overturned in february you need is action after that in following a campaign by her sons, they will have some concerns about and evidence that she had suffered terms of trying to make sure that it scientists warn the structure that, but i think equally, they will decades of abuse. of the reef is likely to transform doesn't happen again. a fine is not today, she pleaded not completely if more bleaching occurs also be lies, or be very clear in guilty to his murder. because of climate change. good enough. perhaps deducting richard lister reports. kathryn armstrong has more. points would be something that would their minds, that that is also quite sally challen has never denied coral spawning on the make conspirator house in order, a difficult thing for a uk killing her husband, richard, great barrier reef — it's a natural wonder needed and kicked out a competition. government minister, prime minister, but she's always maintained that is crucial for maintaining to build any sort of... to create a that she didn't murder him. the most biodiverse world heritage i think it will, but i think zero in february, the court site anywhere on earth. tolerance, and then you find the of appeal heard arguments about the issue of coercive control but scientists say unprecedented clu bs, tolerance, and then you find the clubs, and you say, this is a sort of difficulties here, because there will be an ongoing negotiation bleaching events in 2016 and 2017 priority, something we have to deal process between the eu and the uk and quashed her murder conviction. which damaged two thirds of the reef with stock they have to deal with it for a long time to come, and both system also triggered it ordered a retrial, a collapse in coral regrowth. more effectively done at the moment. sides require a good book to get in the light of new evidence through that. damon, thank you very about her state of mind at the time is something other fan's country? with such a large area affected, of richard's death. let's get it straight, most people much. don't forget, you can let us it was unable to replenish, at the old bailey today, going to a football team want to her family saw her plead and that has resulted in a massive support your team, they don't want
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know what you think about anything, 89% drop in the number not guilty to murder, of new baby corals. to get involved in this? is some doesn't have to be about brexit. you in advance of the retrial. thejudge ordered can use the hashtag... it is friday, her release on bail. pressure they could bring? they can today, we are overjoyed that bail their ability to reproduce has has been granted for our mother declined, so that what we call and she will be now released the brooding stock of corals has report the sorts of things. and this back to us. actually declined, and they are now our mother now rejoins our family. so if you do not want to talk about producing less little larvae, is something like this happening, i we are respecting the reporting brexit, you can talk about something restrictions now placed, so we can't comment further, wouldn't say go unchallenged someone else. afternoon live, these i'm afraid. which are the new recruits. directly, that's certainly not the right thing to do, but there should are our headlines. richard and sally challen bea right thing to do, but there should be a system in place at their were married in 1979. research published in thejournal it much more than call by the ira football clu b be a system in place at their football club where they go she'd been just 15 when they'd met. nature blames the problem caused or contributed to the address on rising sea temperatures, unreported. and with seat numbers, they made their home in surrey, had an active social life a result of sustained global warming of the birmingham pub bombings, as and raised their two sons. from the burning of fossil you can identify people behaving an inquest shows they were murdered. but, by 2010, the fuels around the globe. like that, and an capp can act upon theresa may writes to the eu asking couple had split up. but scientists say the reef might it in the right way. i wouldn't want foran and, in august, richard challen still be able to recover over theresa may writes to the eu asking for an extension until the end of was found dead at the family home, the next five to ten years june, acknowledging that we may need having suffered more than 20 hammer if there are no further to ta ke bleaching events. the reporter —— supporters to attack june, acknowledging that we may need to take part in the european blows to the head. but the likelihood of that, elections. the woman who killed her sally challen has been husband said she will plead not injailfor his murder they say, is almost inconceivable. for nearly nine years. kathryn armstrong, bbc news. it directly, because it puts it in she is currently in bronzefield danger. but they need to act on it guilty to murder after a retrial. prison near ashford in kent, awaiting her retrial. in the right way, and that was the conviction was quashed five reported to the right people a the if you like to boogie, weeks ago. and danny rose says the we've got some good news. football club, and that they have lack of progress in tackling racism today is the start of the bbc‘s then got to act on it appropriately dance passion festival — in football has left him a nationwide celebration as well. so, that is the way that she is to be released on bail disillusioned with the game. he says of the uk's dance scene. fa ns as well. so, that is the way that fans can get rid of this awful tomorrow. the judge said the trial a teacher in sheffield has come up fines for clubs are nations after incidents of abuse simply don't would take place onjuly1st, with a technique to help make it behaviour. what another the
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adding, "if necessary". more accessible to people who've richard lister, bbc news. authority is doing here? not enough, work. crystal palace goalkeeper lost some or all of their sight. wayne hennessey has been cleared by david sillito's been to meet him. not enough. we are right in the the fa for making an alleged nazi sweeping his arms through the air, middle of a campaign by the premier salute on the night out with team dipping and swooping across today, we have been to chelmsford to league, which is terrific, and is the space with balletic movement... mates. and in 2012 olympic champion about what the premier league do talk about the current uncertainty what you are hearing over our departure from the european here is audio description, right down to grassroots. and ijust has taken an indefinite break from a way of bringing dance to people think, at times, they are a little cycling due to ongoing mental health union. just over half of people with visual impairment. issues. they dow 29—year—old won living there voted to leave during bit frightened of showing zero tolerance to the sort of thing. but the referendum. a business but it has its limitations, gold in 2012 in the team pursuit. i always say to them, if the showed correspondence is in chelmsford for especially with street dance. although stories in the next 15 us. one of the things you find when known as breaking or b—boying, zero tolerance today, maybe tomorrow we might have got rid of it, because minutes. see you then. you come to chelmsford, on the eve it's just too fast for words. by turning around and sleeping under browser, if it is the eva brexit, it the carpet... how many years i've a woman whose conviction the dancer stamps his arms, for murdering her husband really is a huge variety of opinions was quashed at the court of appeal stamps his legs from left to right has been granted bail and then swings his arms been talking about the simon. we which you get from people. some up and down... ahead of a fresh trial. you're defeated. have got to have some really strong sally challen was jailed for life people, it doesn't matter if they it's too tricky. action on this. it sends a message, in 2011 for murdering her husband could remain at our livers, some are so nathan here has come up with a new way of richard, but the conviction optimistic, a lot of people are very not only to people like danny rose, was overturned in february turning dance into sound. following a campaign by her sons, fed up with all the uncertainty, whp, whp, whp, whp, whp! but your people at grassroots level, and evidence that she had suffered decades of abuse. some people are incredibly zzzzhoom! and geta but your people at grassroots level, and get a code of conduct for today, she pleaded not pessimistic. i talked to a man who how does it help? guilty to his murder. it creates a richer soundscape richard lister reports. football clu bs, for people with visual impairment. and get a code of conduct for football clubs, technology to, and then clubs at grassroots level can is with a recruitment company. they this sally challen has never denied have been looking at ways in which zzzzzh. . . ta ke then clubs at grassroots level can take something from that and apply vwom, vwom, vwom, vwom, vwom! killing her husband, richard, it to their on finger cots. you very but she's always maintained people have been recruiting staff that she didn't murder him. bzhoom! over the last few years, and housing calm and measured, you must feel in february, the court conventional audio description
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of appeal heard arguments some kind of changes. just explain is pretty much done — really angry that we are still at to me what sort of changes you have about the issue of coercive control "the dancer lifts their arm, this level. i am angry. and quashed her murder conviction. seen. biggest changes we have seen moves it to the side, they turn their head to the left" really angry that we are still at it ordered a retrial, and that's pretty much it. this level. iam angry. i remember when i was 18 years old, i thought in the light of new evidence is affecting businesses that are about her state of mind at the time kh, kh, kh, kh! are when i was 18 years old, i thought quite neat, in terms of people a re lot when i was 18 years old, i thought are lot like danny rose. i didn't of richard's death. coming in and out of the eu know whether i wanted to play at the old bailey, today, football at 18, a game that i plot. her family saw her plead with the sound effects that we use, countries, particularly northern not guilty to murder, europe, into the it sectors. in we can audio describe a complex area i decided to play on, but i saw a in advance of the retrial. lot of players who felt like danny thejudge ordered terms of local business, in terms of her release on bail. of movement in a very short today, we are overjoyed that bail the south—east and london, i don't space of time. give up playing football. the way to i saw one movement, do with it is to get angry, but to think we are yet to see massive it was sort of like this. has been granted for our mother impact on changes from brexit. i does that have a sound? do with it is to get angry, but to do in do with it is to get angry, but to doina and she will be now released and it's a language that's do with it is to get angry, but to do in a positive way. we need to back to us. fairly quick to pick up. our mother now rejoins our family. think potentially uncertainty around have a positive outcome here, whoosh, whoosh. .. because you shout and scream and contractors, but from a permanent we are respecting the reporting perspective, things are quite stable people don't listen. so, you have restrictions now placed, at the moment. how do you think it so we can't comment further, i think i get that. got to talking a calm manner, and you have to get your message across. i'm afraid. richard and sally challen you know immediately what you're that is what i would say 28 lots of will develop? does it uncertainty looking at, don't you? yes. were married in 1979. about how people are doing business, young, black purse you have she'd been just 15 when they'd met. the tighter people being recruited? and the sounds don'tjust help addresses use. what i don't want to they made their home in surrey, the audience follow the movements. do it on people into racers, and a i think the short term, uncertainty it's also a tool in the dance had an active social life lot of these people at a ground, so and raised their two sons. studio, a place that is but, by 2010, the will ground thanks to a halt, and for this group a haven. couple had split up. you will see small businesses being education is important. but there has to be a punishment alongside and, in august, richard challen affected heavier than a bigger business. people with money in the that education, so when they are was found dead at the family home, bank come up with bigger contracts allowed back into the ground, they having suffered more than 20 hammer blows to the head. overseas. but again, i don't see a are reformed characters, and they sally challen has been injailfor his murder for me, as a visually impaired have an effect on the people around person, i walk with a cane them. that needs to go from top to for nearly nine years. situation where two governments, and people don't always recognise whether that is in the eu, or in the bottom. we need to have that thought she is currently in bronzefield that in london so there's
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prison near ashford in kent, kind of collisions, process from top to bottom. i uk or outside the eu, are going to there is miscommunication. there is a freedom, then, awaiting her retrial. totally understand danny screaming put massive rocks and debris —— in the dance studio. and shouting, because i felt like oh, yes, definitely, that at 18 you don't, and by the the dance studio is an open space. i know where i am, i know way, there are lots of people who massive blocks in way. what about the size of the space. are putting up with that sort of i walk the space prior to moving the kind of people who are doing in it, and it's that think you aren't able to scream and well at the moment and we are in familiarity that really helps. the judge said the trial shout, because nobody will listen. demand? your macros as soon as we but there are people listening at would take place onjuly1st, and it's notjust the freedom — adding, "if necessary". it's also a work—out richard lister, bbc news. this moment of time in the premier the difference in pay for a non—visual sense of space between men and women has widened saw as $0011 over the past year at nearly half demand? your macros as soon as we saw as soon as we saw people running and other people. league, so we have to talk clearly. of britain's biggest companies you can feel where people are? and in favour of men. i can sense. firms had until midnight workshops, educating businesses, to file information corporations as to what could occur so if i walk around you, about the so—called gender pay gap, if we had it not your situation, and you would know where i am. orface legal action. it is... we don't want this to be overall, about three quarters i would know... thatis if we had it not your situation, and i would know. another wasted opportunity to do of companies who met the deadline that is potentially off the table had a pay gap benefiting men —— now. but as trying to further with it in really positive way. and while only a seventh favoured women, thatis as our economics correspondent, people's understanding. those guys with it in really positive way. and that is how we get to turn not are doing very well out of it, and i drop to one knee, feeling like he is. the incident andy verity, reports.( think will continue to do so after during the internationals, which i soar through the air. brexit come up and people need more have seen on numerous occasions, and then i won't be talking to you as the construction sector clarification. we will hear more audio description for dance has has got a job to do. completely revolutionised dance often. it's a nice thing, simon, but for visually impaired audiences. on today's figures, the industry's from had a little later. it's brought people in and it's going backwards in its efforts maybe we can talk about something to ensure women are, allowed people who had a late—onset else another day. i will tour your on average, paid the same as men. the difference in pay between men sight loss to re—engage and women has widened rebecca mcdonough‘s firm has been over the past year at nearly half with theatre, re—engage with dance doing all it can to go bloke, i will be as pleased as you in the other direction, of britain's biggest companies, and in favour of men. whoosh, brrr, gzhoom! are when we do. thank you very much. by ensuring it can recruit and keep firms had until midnight female engineers, like her. to file information she is now pregnant about the so—called gender pay gap, —— i tell you what. orface legal action. overall, about three quarters so, even if you're never
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of companies who met the deadline with her second child. had a pay gap benefiting men —— going to quite manage this, the man accused of the mass this new language of dance may while only a seventh favoured women, at least help you shooting at two mosques when i firstjoined, in new zealand has been ordered there weren't many mums that as our economics correspondent, appreciate those who can. to undergo psychiatric tests. were working within the same company andy verity, reports. 28 year old brenton tarrant appeared and project as me, the construction sector has got a job to do. in court via video link in that kind of position. from a maximum security prison. but as the years have gone on, on today's figures, the industry's he's facing 50 charges of murder going backwards in its efforts and 39 of attempted murder. i've noticed there's been more to ensure women are, hywel griffith reports. females come back to working mums on the project. on average, paid the same as men. a40 43 million —year—old way with the gap between the average man's rebecca mcdonough's firm has been pay and the average woman's pay doing all it can to go during friday prayers through weeks is wider in construction full legs, webbed feet and hooves than any other sector in the other direction, ago, this mosque became the scene of and getting wider. by ensuring it can recruit and keep has been discovered in peru. female engineers, like her. ago, this mosque became the scene of a massacre. a terror attack that this is an industry she is now pregnant shocked new zealand, and brought the dominated by men. with her second child. palaeontologists believe the marine only 12% of people working mammal‘s four—metre—long when i firstjoined, body was adapted to swim ball‘s attention to this normally and walk on land. there weren't many mums that researchers believe the discovery could shed light on the evolution quiet, sacred place. the man accused in construction are female. were working within the same company of the whale and how it spread. of carrying out the mass shooting and project as me, has now been formally charged with in that kind of position. john cleese has paid tribute to his but as the years have gone on, ironically, it can be the very 50 murders and 39 attempted murders. efforts of companies like this, i've noticed there's been more females come back to working mums 48—hour co—star who played the to change that, that can widen the gap. on the project. 28—year—old brenton tarrant appeared ironically, when firms like this health inspector battled the rat make a big effort to attract more the gap between the average man's via video link from the high episode of fawlty towers. he wrote security prison policy she is being women into the industry, pay and the average woman's pay on twitter... it can make the gender is wider in construction held in auckland. thejudge ordered pay gap worse. than any other sector "sad to hear of the death that's because if you have and getting wider. ofjohn quarmby who played to make routine mental health checks lots of new recruits and apprentices the health inspector in basil to make routine mental health checks being paid modest wages at first, the rat episode. to determine whether he is fit to that brings the average this is an industry lovely chap. enter a plea. this mask is no longer pay of women down. dominated by men. i shall never forget the expression that, hopefully, shouldn't last. only 12% of people working on his face when he saw the rat in construction are female. sitting in the biscuit tin." a crime scene. people have been able ironically, it can be the very here's that brilliant scene.
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to return to pray, to try to chena, danish blue, id? danish blue, recover, but some are still efforts of companies like this, struggling to deal with what they witness happening here. some survivors have been taking food we saw that after the graduate please. —— cheddar. id? biscuits? parcels to bereaved families, ironically, when firms like this programme, men were getting promoted make a big effort to attract more sustaining them and processing his far quicker than the women. so, we revealed those numbers. women into the industry, own feelings. i am trying to keep it can make the gender we went and started discussing that pay gap worse. at management level. that's because if you have and, actually, it changed. lots of new recruits and apprentices myself busy, calling it survivors being paid modest wages at first, that brings the average pay of women down. guilt. they need help right now. we actually didn't have that, hopefully, shouldn't last. to do anything more than raise the awareness that they need love. it is kind of that was actually happening. at this networking club missing. and that, i guess, is what for women in business, would you care for a rat? just the they're aware that the more children we set a target of having 50—50 women have, the more likely is motivating everyone. but michael day shootings were streamed live they are to be paid less than men. graduates. we are at 62% now. online. media companies like sp can biscuits, then, please, polly. he we saw that after the graduate programme, men were getting promoted youtube have been criticised for far quicker than the women. so, we revealed those numbers. failing to prevent extremist when you stop work to look we went and started discussing that has died at the age of 89 and john after young children, at management level. material for being shared. is julia you may miss chances and, actually, it changed. to progress your career. we actually didn't have has responded with new laws, but why should it be women, to do anything more cleese paying tribute to him. than raise the awareness that threatening imprisonment and huge rather than men, who do most of the child care? that was actually happening. fines unless they act quickly. the women can take 52 weeks of maternity hello there. at this networking club leave and men can take two weeks. our weather today still shaped you can also share parental leave. for women in business, by a large area of low pressure impact of the attack still weighs that's just drifting away but shared parental they're aware that the more children towards the south—west. heavily in christchurch, as do the leave is, in a way, women have, the more likely around the low pressure, transferred maternity leave. we've got these spiralling bands we need to give men the right to be they are to be paid less than men. of cloud which have been producing questions of how such a violent, some rain and earlier the father that they want to be, when you stop work to look terrifying attacks can happen here.
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on in the week some snow as well. so that they can, you know, after young children, take six months off, for instance, you may miss chances one band up towards the far north the difference in pay between men to progress your career. of scotland, this other band and it doesn't matter but why should it be women, and women has widened what gender they are on the road to closing the gender rather than men, who do of cloud feeding some wet weather up most of the child care? from the english channel over the past year at nearly half pay gap, progress is painfully slow. from northern france women can take 52 weeks of maternity of britain's biggest companies since the government forced and into the south—west of england and in favour of men. companies to publish data on it, leave and men can take two weeks. and wales as well. firms had until midnight it's gone from 9.7% to 9.6%. if it continues to close as slowly here in bristol, for example, to file information you can also share parental leave. it's quite a cloudy picture still, about the so—called gender pay gap, as that, and if nothing more is done but shared parental we've got some rain as well. orface legal action. to encourage change, leave is, in a way, overall, about three quarters the gender pay gap could still be transferred maternity leave. but in between the bands of cloud, of companies who met the deadline here decades from now. andy verity, bbc news. we need to give men the right to be the sun is out here. had a pay gap benefiting men while only a seventh favoured women, the father that they want to be, in suffolk as well, it looks as our economics correspondent, so that they can, you know, take six months off, for instance, a different picture. andy verity, reports. this is the story as we head and it doesn't matter towards the end of the afternoon. the construction sector what gender they are we've got this rain has got a job to do. on the road to closing the gender for the south—west of england but get more on brighter, the news and wales heading towards northern on today's figures, the industry's pay gap, progress is painfully slow. ireland. eastern parts of the uk largely that theresa may has asked for an going backwards in its efforts since the government forced dry and still seeing to ensure women are, companies to publish data on it, some sunshine as well. on average, paid the same as men. extension to article 50. we can it's gone from 9.7% to 9.6%. overnight, we eventually see rebecca mcdonough's firm has been the back of that rain speak to margaret beckett. good from northern ireland, doing all it can to go if it continues to close as slowly wales and the south—west. in the other direction, afternoon. i am guessing you will we see the rain pushing back, by ensuring it can recruit and keep as that, and if nothing more is done though, into scotland, welcome any extension at this stage? female engineers, like her. to encourage change, and in between we'll have she is now pregnant the gender pay gap could still be some clearer skies. not too cold, though, overnight. with her second child. here decades from now. andy verity, bbc news. the winds coming in from the east when i firstjoined, well, certainly, iwelcome or south—east, and those welcome any extension at this stage? well, certainly, i welcome the notion that more time, proper time temperatures very similar there weren't many mums that to what we had last night. will be given to try to funnel for the weekend, it's things out as we need to, but i am were working within the same company a change of fortunes. and project as me, for the eastern side of the uk, in that kind of position. these pictures just because we can't not very encouraged by mrs may's this is where you're more likely do this on friday. a pair of rescued to get some rain at times. but as the years have gone on,
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letter, because how it reads to me it'll be cooler and cloudier further is that she is applying precisely at sea otter pups have been making a west across the uk, the best of the dry weather and sunshine. i've noticed there's been more the same game she has been playing splash after having been rehomed out from start to finish. she is asking the georgia aquarium in the united there will be some sunshine for western parts of scotland, foran states. they go by the names of mara but a lot of cloud across scotland. females come back to work and more from start to finish. she is asking for an extension that she has already asked for and has been this is where we're going to see working ing mums on the project. turned down once already. she is some outbreaks of rain on saturday. and gibson. both became separated the gap between the average man's eastern parts of england, pay and the average woman's pay talking about making arrangements though, clouding over, is wider in construction from their mothers and ended up quite gloomy in the afternoon, than any other sector a few spots of drizzle. and getting wider. being stranded along the coastline further west, a much better day this is an industry for european elections but for northern ireland, dominated by men. cancelling them immediately before wales and the south—west of england. only 12% of people working they are due to be held, and she is in california. after attempts to it should be dry with some sunshine reunite them with their families and temperatures here 12—14dc. in construction are female. field, they were flown to the other much cooler around making some quite arrogant side of the country on a private the north sea coast. young women are nowjoining, observations about how, if she can overnight, a fair bit but that what yet show up better jet, and they are now at the georgia of cloud coming our way, more of an east to south—easterly bind the opposition into doing aquarium, and are believed to be breeze, it shouldn't get too pat’- exactly what she wants to do, then settling in rather well to their new cold, typically 6—8dc. ironically, when firms like this make a big effort to attract more maybe she will graciously agreed to there's actually some slightly homes. i say, warmer air heading our way, women into the industry, ta ke maybe she will graciously agreed to take notice of the views of the particularly across england it can make the gender settling in rather well to their new homes. isay, because settling in rather well to their new homes. i say, because we can. and wales on sunday, pay gap worse. house of commons. so, i don't get now it's time for a look but the chance of some rather beefy that's because if you have the impression that very much has at the weather, with darren bett. lots of new recruits and apprentices being paid modest wages at first, showers coming in off the north sea. changed. the government will agree that brings the average we are still seeing some rain at pay of women down. the risk of hail and thunder, that, hopefully, shouldn't last. to be bound by decisions of the times affecting the south—west of particularly towards the south—east we set a target of house of commons if, but only if, of england, where temperatures having 50—50 graduates. we are at 62% now. england wales, and up towards could get as high as 17 celsius. always a bit cooler around obviously, the also agree. she is northern ireland as well. further the north sea coast, we saw that after the graduate still largely dry for programme, men were getting promoted is, more dry weather and sunshine. saying that she will bring for more than it has been over the the west, temperatures 12—15dc. far quicker than the women. so, we revealed those numbers. forward... we know that one of the last couple of days. overnight, we will see the back of that drain, but as we head into next week, we went and started discussing that reason she needs a longer extension, still got the chance of some early at management level.
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but she has been refusing to admit, the event that is up towards the rain and some decent temperatures, but it's a downward trend and, actually, it changed. is because it is a masterpiece of north—east of scotland pushes back in terms of those numbers. we actually didn't have inland again from the north sea. in to do anything more complex legislation come up with we'll be getting colder, i think, than raise the awareness that between, some clearer skies. that was actually happening. temperature similar to last night. at this networking club as the week goes on. enormous constitutional implications over the weekend, a change of for women in business, waiting in the wings. she is saying fortune. a much better day for they're aware that the more children that she will bring that forward and women have, the more likely northern ireland, wales, the western get it through an attempted to they are to be paid less than men. side of england. it will cloud offer agreed with us. what she seems to be when you stop work to look for eastern england. most of the after young children, done is exactly what she has done you may miss chances rain in scotland, but temperatures to progress your career. from start to finish, which is but why should it be women, will be eight or 9 degrees. 12 to 14 pursuing what she wants without any rather than men, who do most of the child care? amendment that she can get away degrees in the west, with sunshine. women can take 52 weeks of maternity without making, but trying to bind eastern parts of the uk will see leave and men can take two weeks. us without making, but trying to bind us in the two agreed to take a more cloud on sunday. some of the you can also share parental leave. hatchet of her problems. thelj showers will be heavy and but shared parental us in the two agreed to take a hatchet of her problems. the i do not know if you are hearing anything potentially thundery. not as much leave is, in a way, sun time for northern ireland, but transferred maternity leave. from the talks that have been gone some for wales and the south—west. we need to give men the right to be for several days between the government and your party, is that temperatures could be as high as 16. the father that they want to be, so that they can, you know, take six months off, for instance, any cause for optimism in terms of and it doesn't matter progress being made one way or what gender they are on the road to closing the gender another? i won't go into the politics, we haven't got time, but pay gap, progress is painfully slow. just in terms of getting a positive since the government forced message from those talks? obviously, companies to publish data on it, it's gone from 9.7% to 9.6%. the talks are going on, so things may have changed, but the last i if it continues to close as slowly
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heard, which was in fact yesterday, as that, and if nothing more is done to encourage change, people were saying there was little the gender pay gap could still be here decades from now. andy verity, bbc news. prospect of very much in the rate of change. it sounds to me as if, as time for a look at the weather now. usual, mrs may is calling on other people to change, but isn't wanting to change herself. donald tusk has offered us what sounds to me like it i have a feeling our church is going much more sensible way out, what she to be shorter this time the last calls a flexte nsion, time, although we do have a very much more sensible way out, what she calls a flextension, giving us longer in case we need it. that polite director speaking to us and seems to me like a practical way ourear! we are forward , seems to me like a practical way forward, and that would allow the polite director speaking to us and our ear! we are going to start with time that people said was not the racing, this is entry, and this available for us to put this, is the sort of wetherby are whatever is agreed, back to the expecting. this is an indication of british people for them to confirm increasing client. i love this whether what has emerged from all of this is what they are comfortable with. that seems to me to be the effect, because this is how you expected to beat. yes, it is. absolute essence of what we have to get. interesting, suddenly we're perhaps not quite as cloudy, but seeing a bit of flexibility from the roughly the right sort of idea. european commission, and theresa may brighter and sunnier than today, and asking for an extension to article a bit warmer as well. i have got 50 that been rejected already, and another tip for you. don't come in
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yet there is a sense that they would be willing this time. is that a sense they are bending a bit?” on monday? no, no. last time it was a vintage clouds, so obviously, but think they are being practical stuff imean, to think they are being practical stuff i mean, to be fairto them, but mrs i have got another one. i was may asks for previously was a running through dealers. what could shortage extension on the grounds i mention? to words that immediately that she believed that then she spring to mind when i think of you, would be able to deliver her deal, but was, to be honest, never seem pleasa nt spring to mind when i think of you, very likely. they clearly doubted pleasant company. pleasant company. that, and so they were reluctant to no, ijust can't quite believe it. just confront them to go on doing the same things over and over again, andi pleasa nt the same things over and over again, and i think that is completely no, ijust can't quite believe it. pleasant company expected. moving understandable. what they are now on. this is for the fa cup she should have asked for in the first place, which is enough time, genuinely, to try to reach agreement semifinal, manchester city against ona genuinely, to try to reach agreement on a way forward. but if she is brighton tomorrow. same time as the grand national. we have got cloudy approaching it on the spirit that all it does is give a time to put everybody down, i am not sure that we will be going anywhere. dame skies coming into london and margaret beckett, thank you so much wembley, and 12 degrees. sunshine at for your time this afternoon. aintree in liverpool, cloud for the fa cup semifinal. it may well be
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some showers for the second one on sunday. that is part of the reason it isa it is a big sporting why we are getting some showers. weekend, but not for you, darren! another event taking place in south—west london, it is the boat races. yes, the boat races. this is iam quite interesting. the weatherfor i am guessing that is aintree? we this is quite interesting. you may have got the forecast for tomorrow. think they will always raise, what about the weather. but... i think tomorrow, the weather is different to today. the grand national is when it goes off in the afternoon. we paddling down the terms under states will see some of this cloud spinning exhibit. it probably does. i am too in simple sunshine around tomorrow old for that. we have got some than today, it will be warmer but we showers, and a small chance for have that easterly breeze. better thundery showers. you get some weather for racegoers and hopefully thundery showers. you get some thunder and lightning, it is possible they may not be able to cloud will help the horses as well. rest. a very small chance, but if we do not use this very often but we you get a lightening strike in the are actually looking at a simulation of what you think it would be like. water, water conducts that electricity, and if you touch matter that is the racecourse. the way the you are going to get a shock. you should dry it! they arejoining in cloud is expected to look is like this. it is notjust any old
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picture. that is why reference to my ear now. they are encouraging these clouds spilling in. but there you, that is a mistake. i don't need is another sport going on? are you any encouragement. this is the proper forecast now. you having a flutter? yes. it is one of any encouragement. this is the properforecast now. you have any encouragement. this is the proper forecast now. you have got some sunshine here in north yorkshire. it has been a lovely day across the north sea coast. we have the favourites, vintage clouds. four had slices of centring to do much, but because we have got an area of yea rs the favourites, vintage clouds. four years ago, many clouds won the grand low pressure, there are bands of national. the two are not related. clouds swirling around, and probally shall we move on? is there any have the thicker cloud, we are seeing outbreaks of rain. this is the main area of cloud. so, not much football going on? at the same time that the grand national is taking place, we have the first of the fa sun to love their in devon. we have cup semifinals at wembley and it is got more rain to come to end the between manchester city and day. it pushes into wales. still brighton. brighton and hove albion. some rain for northern ireland. it i thought it was another weather should clear away during the evening. you can see the sunshine on thing. oh! i mist you! we have all eastern parts of the country. tonight, we will see the back of the eventin tonight, we will see the back of the event in northern ireland, and then in wales, and eventually it should move away from the south—west of
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this cloud coming in from the east so it will be clouding over for that england. at the same time, there is going towards orkney, and it will semifinal. the one on sunday between push towards mainland scotland. it wolves and watford, or is it the should not get to called overnight, other way around ? evenly through to 6 degrees. the change of wolves and watford, or is it the other way around? evenly matched. there could well be showers around, fortu nes warmer, 15 celsius, more warmth would lead to some of these showers through to 6 degrees. the change of fortunes on the way for this we can, because the eastern side of the uk and that could have an impact on the is more likely to have cloud and rain come up with west, we should boat races. i was talking to you get some sunshine. so, a much better do for northern ireland, wales, western parts of england. sunshine this morning because we do talk sometimes, and we do not always for most of the day. clouding over bicker! but talk of thunderstorms. in the afternoon across eastern parts of england. we have gotten he was saying to me that that could easterly winds bringing in most of the ring from across scotland, actually mean they cannot actually although not too much for western start the race? as far as i scotland. eight to 10 degrees across understand it, this is the only west of scotland, always chillier weather that could mean the races are cancelled, they stop if there down the north sea coast. overnight we should see temperatures falling are cancelled, they stop if there are thunderstorms in the vicinity. if you get a lightning strike on to six or 7 degrees. a fair bit of water, that electricity is conducted clouds are run, and that easterly through the water and if you touch breeze. as you see, on sunday, the any metal parts in a boat, very
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dangerous. not only of course do you eastern side of britain seeing more have thunderstorms and lightning, card. —— some cloud. it will be you could have gusting winds so boats fill with water sometimes with gusty winds. we do not normally chillier again, but generally across listen to what the director says. england and wales, we will find temperatures a bit higher, and for western areas of the uk, it may well good he is out this weekend! what do still be dry. we start the week with we have for you today? the eastern some decent temperatures next week. maybe the chance of someone, but side of the uk sees the best of the sunshine today. this is scarborough. things might. it will also get we have an area of low pressure that colder, so we will see temperatures dropping as we head towards the dominates our weather. it drifts middle of next week. thank you very away to the south—west. we have got much, darren. these bands of clouds swirling around the area of low pressure, bringing rain. this is the main band of cloud affecting the uk today. this is torquay, a very different let's get more on brexit. skyline, very different beach as theresa may has asked the eu for a further delay well, more cloud, outbreaks of rain to brexit untiljune 30th, pushing up from the english channel but she says she's still hoping the uk can leave earlier than that from northern france into the if mps finally approve her deal. south—west of england increasingly the uk is due to leave at the end into wales. it turns drier across of next week but an eu official says some parts of northern ireland and donald tusk is considering a longer,
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it will be warmer where we get the flexible extension of up to a year. our political correspondent, sunshine in the east. as we head over night, we see the back of the ben wright, is in westminster. rain in northern ireland on the front of wales and eventually in the a year! brexit feels like it might south—west of england. we have got rain in orkney pushing its way into maine in parts of scotland have a never end. it might suit some, night in between clearer skies, not too cold, 3—6dc. now, a change of people like chuka umunna, who is here with me now. but this extension fortu nes too cold, 3—6dc. now, a change of fortunes on the way for this weekend. it will be the eastern side gives you time to make your argument of the uk there is more likely to for another referendum. presumably have cloud and the chance of rain. further west, the best of the you welcome this? absolutely. you sunshine and dry weather so much need a decent extension told better day for northern ireland, people's vote, a short extension wales and west in england. sunshine, would not facilitate us to resolve warm and dry. eastern of england this better, and in any event, to cloud over. dull through the get through all the legislation, afternoon, a few spots of chisel. secondary and primary, in time will prove a tall order, and should this easterly winds dragging in cloud was inevitable. an extraordinary across scotland, outbreaks of rain, pegging temperatures back in feeling. almost three years after a aberdeen but a warmer day for referendum in which the majority of belfast, cardiff and plymouth. the electorate voted to leave the overnight, we should not see those
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temperatures falling to low, eu, the government and parliament have failed to deliver on it.” typically at sixes and sevens, a fair bit of cloud around. the think the challenge here has been that you have had the mandate from sunday, the eastern side of the uk sees the majority of the cloud. we that you have had the mandate from that 2016 referendum where 37% of have this area of showers coming in the electorate, 52% of those voted, on the easterly breeze and voted to leave the eu, but we did particularly focus towards the south—east hence the risk for the not know how people wanted to leave. boat race with heavy and thundery when the option of leaving with a showers. not guaranteed. further ha rd when the option of leaving with a hard brexit was put to people at the west across the uk, dry, warm across 2017 general election, they rejected england and wales. however, as we that and theresa may lost her head into next week, while we start majority so you have had this clash of mandates since and in the with reasonable temperatures and the leaderships of both of the threat of rain, this is called the established parties in this country air, east to north—easterly winds, you have had incoherence, division that colder air will push across the and incompetence and that is why we have ended up in the mess we are in country and temperatures will drop and why we need to refer this back as the week goes on. to the people. the prime minister now is trying to forge a new cross— party now is trying to forge a new cross—party consensus around her withdrawal agreement and says it cannot be changed, but there can be changes made to the political declaration, she is talking to jeremy corbyn now. the prime minister has also said she may have
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another round of vindictive votes in the house of commons. if that happens, what will you do? your group has shown no inclination to compromise so far, voting against the customs union and no norway idea. are you open to compromise? the easy thing would be to dismiss we have heard very depressingly the vote in 2017 as the vote of 37% about this issue that will simply not go away. of the electorate in an advisory referendum, we did not do that. members of ourgroup referendum, we did not do that. members of our group voted to invoke article 50 to see if we could square the promises. but because that turned out to be impossible to do, that's why we have argued that we heard about the juventus people's vote, but even then we said we heard about thejuventus striker we would not stand in the way the prime minister's deal if that is who was abused in siri eight. some of wrapped in a confirmatory vote so there has already been a degree of england's black players were compromise but it seems that the subjected to monkey chance. customs union which frankly is a ha rd customs union which frankly is a hard brexit option is gathering the support amongst the leadership of the established parties, and let's not forget what a customs union
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entails. it is not solve the irish speaking very powerfully about it. border problem or cover 80% of our raheem sterling has really set the agenda on this issue in a number of economy all give you access to the different ways. danny rose spoke socialjustice protections so that is no substitute for giving people a vote on this and the option to stop it. if there are elections, will you after spurs, saying, small fines feel candidates? we have applied to bea feel candidates? we have applied to be a party and if accepted we will given to offending nations or clubs isa stand in them. thank you very much. given to offending nations or clubs is a farce and has made diff no she has written her letter, the difference. rose was also the victim of abuse prime minister, but now it is up to in serbia will playing the european leaders to decide how for the englands under 21s back in 2012. to respond. thank you very much. we he says that the lack of progress has made him disillusioned with the game and he's looking forward to the day he stops talk about this issue of racism in playing because of it. football and danny rose has touched a nerve with what he said. powerful he says he can't wait stuff from the defender. he did not to see the back of it. say anything at the time when we heard from the england captain england were playing monte negri harry kane a few days ago, because he did not want to take any saying he would lead the players off attention away from what was a very the pitch in future if there was any good england result ten days ago. he abuse, here's troy townsend
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from the anti—discrimination charity kick—it out. was subjected to monkey chants from ido i do not think black players and the fans and uefa say they are tea m i do not think black players and team mates who support the players taking action. hudson doi and raheem have faith that this situation would sterling were applauded for coming be dealt with to eradicate it. it has been far too long now to be left forward. in the hands of authorities to help but rose says that the small fines that are given to offending nations or clubs is a farce and has made no difference. the players, go and enjoy themselves he was also the victim of abuse as they play football. i think we in serbia while playing for the england's under 21s back in 2012. are as they play football. i think we a re really close he's 28 now but says the lack as they play football. i think we are really close to players taking the matter into their own hands now, of progress has made him disillusioned with the game and he's deciding enough is enough, i will looking forward to the day not accept that any more. football he stops playing. can only have itself to blame if that does happen. he also told me at the minute, how i programme myself now, ijust think that i've that does happen. he also told me that this season and last could be got five or six more years left pivotal in the fight against racism in football and i just can't wait because of danny rose and raheem to see the back of it. sterling, the way they have come forward and have really put it back seeing how things are done at the top of the agenda. we will talk about it a little later as in the game at the minute, well.
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it'sjust whatever, so ijust manchester city are one point clear after their midweek have to get on with it. win against cardiff. i just want to enjoy football liverpool the chance to go back as much as i can and there's so many to the top of the table tonight. politics and whatever, i just can't wait to see the back of it, to be honest. both teams have six more games to go. raheem sterling and danny rose had liverpool are away at push this agenda forward. there is a southampton who lie in 16th feeling that something will finally be done, and the conversation now is that the authorities need to let but they have won three players walk. harry kane said he of their past four matches. would dojust we have to respect their strength, players walk. harry kane said he would do just that if there were any further racist abuse of england's try to use the are not that strong. black players, but we will see which way it goes forward, but it is felt we have had to try to use... put now that it is at the top of the agenda and something has to be done. them under pressure, all that stuff, play football. they have been toing and froing at hennessey denied making the gesture in a picture posted by his german the top of the table, manchester team—mate max meyer as the players celebrated their fa cup win against grimsby in january. city. the fa say a breach of the rules had they are one point clear after their midweek win against cardiff. liverpool have got the chance been found not proven. to go back to the top
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of the table tonight. both teams have six more games to go. liverpool are away at southampton, who lie in 16th, but they have won three of their past four matches. pete kinnock is taking a break from we have to be 100% spot on, we have to respect their strength, we have cycling because of mental health to try to use the things that are maybe not that strong. issues. kennaugh was part of the team that and we have to try to use... put them under pressure, won the olympic team pursuit all that stuff, play our title at london 2012, football. england's women are also playing tonight — a friendly against canada at the manchester city academy staidium. focusing on the road the manager, phil neville, says his side wants to develop in the years since. into one of the greatest teams in the world and dominate his team — bora—hansgrohe — said their sport in the same way that the all blacks have in rugby union. the break would be "indefinite". the everton manager says he is not tottenham defender danny rose says happy with jordan pickford he is frustrated at the lack after a difficult week for the england keeper. of action taken against racist fans. the 25—year—old was allegedly racist chanting was directed at several england players, involved in a fight outside a pub including rose, during the euro 2020 in sunderland on sunday night, qualifier in montenegro. and videos of the incident were uefa has charged montenegro with racist behaviour, widely circulated on social media. but 28—year—old rose says he does not expect a significant punishment. silva says the club would remind pickford of his duties and obligations. try is with me now. that charity has
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been around awhile. anything been willie mullins' min get his revenge in the melling chase, beaten last year achieved? it is our 25th year this by paul nicholl‘s politologue, but reversing that result today year. i would like to think that and coming home 20 lengths things were getting better. our clear under ruby walsh. min was the 2—1 favourite. educational system is better than it used to be in terms of impact on i'll have more for players and stuff like that. but the incidence we have seen this season a you in the next hour. high profile. they have led people to question whether racism has ever gone away. and ultimately it hasn't, but the high profile incidents have met we are now looking at it now on afternoon live, let's go nationwide and see what's slightly differently. when you say happening around the country high profile incidents, the in our daily visit to the bbc incidents have always been there but newsrooms around the uk. we are now hearing about them from let's go to beccy barr in salford the players who have said is enough to tell us about the countess of chester hospital, is enough, and it is the black which has decided to stop treating welsh patients, except in emergencies, players themselves. normally, because the trust which runs it players themselves. normally, players are not allowed to speak their minds all speak up. they are claims its not being paid for all the treatment it provides. prominently told, don't worry, we would deal with this, but it has got toa would deal with this, but it has got to a stage now where they want to ta ke to a stage now where they want to
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take the matter into their own hands, the game is not protecting them or allowing them to express themselves while also coming down so patients in wales are no longer ha rd themselves while also coming down hard with sanctions. the danny rose, on £60,000 a week, to say... that is allowed to cross the border for routine treatment, is that right? the countess of chester hospital is irrelevant. he is a professional sportsman who wants to play the game close to the england wales border on he loves but also wants to be the england side. and there is a row protected. it also underlinesjust that has broken out over who can be how frustrated players are getting. treated there. one hospital's own they are frustrated because he is being targeted because of the colour website, the countess of chester of his skin, not because he is a describes itself as a large district professional footballer, and he of his skin, not because he is a professionalfootballer, and he had general hospital that treats almost to ensure that back in 2012 and 500,000 people a year from western nothing has got better. he was sent cheshire and north wales, but the off for being racially abused in hospital says it will no longer 2012 are nothing has got better. why provide plant care for welsh people, is it predominately football? why is even when it is their nearest that the sport where there seems to hospital and that has caused concern be an issue? i think football is from some of the community. a lot of just so high—profile that we read it people, especially for me, i don't more, we scroll on social media drive,. i think the list will get more, we scroll on social media more, it has a bigger impact than other sports, but i would not say it longer and longer and people will
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have to wait longer. and it is the does not happen in other sports and it would be wrong of us to just say people in the middle that suffer the football, but the high—profile most. i think it's very sad. so what nature of the game globally means that people will always pick up on has caused the disagreement?m football. they will sometimes use it most. i think it's very sad. so what has caused the disagreement? it is all down to money. the countess of as an excuse for action is going on chester hospital has said that the another sports or in society. we are welsh government is not paying in pretty soon going to see players full for the services that they are providing for welsh patients. the just walking off, aren't we? people might want to hear this, but i think welsh government says this is not players will take matters into their true but there is a problem with own hands. —— might not. if the money around this. the welsh government has also threatened authorities do not come up with stronger sanctions, the place will paying the countess of chester altogether if they do not come to say, enough is enough. but if harry some kind of conclusion. we will kane says, if i am captain other have to face up to the fact that the tea m kane says, if i am captain other team and if this happens, i will income stream they rely on comes walk the whole team of, that's a from wales and that will not flow to hell of a message. it is, but you them in future, so there are very compare it to the player from good reasons why the countess of juventus who accused harry kane of chester needs to come to the table ina chester needs to come to the table in a constructive way. there are fuelling racism, his fault. that's a some exceptions, though, aren't powerful message but the wrong they? there is an a&e unit at the message. where does the buck stops cou ntess they? there is an a&e unit at the countess of chester. if you turn up here? montenegro says it will act
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but what can a country do? it is out in an emergency, it will provide that treatment. maternity service, of the country's hands. that was a there is a women's unit, they will high—risk game in montenegro and u efa high—risk game in montenegro and continue to provide treatment to uefa knew that as well. their own everybody, anybody who is welsh who protocols failed the england has already started a planned care players, there own protocol what is package will continue to carry out supposed to be administered once the services, but from this point racial abuse is said find them but there will no longer be providing who questions uefa? and protecting those selected for planned services from the countess of chester. the those players in the football pitch? its part the hospital said they are working hard to try and resolve u nless those players in the football pitch? unless our authorities decide that these problems in the countess of enough is enough themselves, then... chester hospital make the point that it is very important that their do you think they haven't? what should they do now?” services are financially sustainable so we expect developments in the story to come. do you think they haven't? what should they do now? i would have thought that the england cave was such a high priority, and what plenty more at 6:30pm. happened in that game? rather than wait until the 16th of may when the now, pc is so multi—map in schools, investigation comes about, they were how does this work? budget cuts have to meet high priority. uefa held meant that many police forces have their equal game conference and we reduced the number of police and had great snapshots from the president and even from our own fa community support officers. essex chairman, people are fed up now,
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they just want to see action. police cut them from 250 to 60, chairman, people are fed up now, theyjust want to see action.“ somebody is watching who has been at suffered cut numbers by more than a match, may have partaken in some half the norfolk and scrapped the role altogether. so, to fill the of this, how do you say... what do you say to them? you cannot say it gap, many forces are now offering communities which feel they need better policing the chance to through a camera, you have to say recruit their own and each one costs face—to—face. these people need to £34,000. today, we have been to a be brought to task, they need to trust which provides alternative understand the impact, some of them education in suffolk that those who might not want to, and glorifying have struggled in mainstream the actions they are doing, that is schools, and they are paying the where the game needs to be stronger, entire cost of a pc so schools, and they are paying the entire cost of a pc s0 to work what they do with them, how they full—time across all their sites. allow them into our grounds, how stacy harvey will work closely with they reintegrate them if they have pupils with complex needs, and the been punished before. all round, ceo told us why she thought it was there has to be a stronger message on this. the game is failing people important to have a police presence. a uniform is a positive force in and its fans who do not want to hear the chanting, who want to go there their life a uniform is a positive force in theirlife. a and support their country or team a uniform is a positive force in their life a uniform full support and protect them when they leave us because that's what they had paid their money for. great to see you, at 16 and sometimes 18. and so they thank you so much. need to understand the positive role that society provides for them to back to our top story — an inquestjury has ruled access and support their life that the 21 victims of the 1974
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birmingham pub bombings were murdered and a botched ira choices, and that is why we went for warning call caused or contributed a uniform. what is the reaction to their deaths in the tavern in the town and mulbery bush pubs. been? this is not without a former ira intelligence chief claimed in court that it was an attack that had gone controversy. some blamed the wrong and civilians had government in not giving police enough money to keep their own pc so been killed by accident. julie hambleton, whose sister maxine multi—mac. in norfolk, all secondary died, spoke outside the hearing. schools used to have an office there is no way that the people who allocated to them as part of the safer schools partnership. i remember the chief constable telling me how vital that was but times have this country and the people of our community of birmingham and their changed and difficult decisions have families will allow the senior had to be made. the labour mp for police officers to get off with ipswich told us this afternoon that school should have their own safety and security provided but should not letting these murderers, two of whom have to find the money to pay for it are still alive, away, let them get themselves. but suffolk‘s police and away with their continued liberty. crime commissioner says the we now demand of dave thompson to additional pc so crime commissioner says the additional pc s0 is will increase police visibility, boost public confidence, and he says they are keen to expand the scheme. thank you tie his shoelaces, put his shoes on, very much. i apologise to both of go out and do the job because we you who had to wait longer than you have heard evidence that two of the expected, it is a bit like brexit!
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murderers out there. we will hear if you'd like to see more on any of from them later on. those stories, you can access them via bbc iplayer. we go nationwide every weekday afternoon at 4:30pm. we have been to talk to local businesses about the current uncertainty over our departure from the european union. jamie robertson is out on the streets now, let's join jamie robertson is out on the streets now, let'sjoin him.” hundreds of buildings have been think, to everybody you speak to in destroyed in the area of gangwon, near the border with north korea. chelmsford, you get a different at least one person has died. opinion. one thing you do find which laura bicker reports. is the same everywhere is a sense of frustration about what's going on in westminster. people feel this divide between what they are feeling and what going on there. but on the a spark from electrical wiring is other hand, talking to some of the thought to be in all it took to start this place. market traders say, some are very optimistic but others are beginning the tender, dry landscape burnt quickly, the flames
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to see some problems. i talked fanned by high winds. earlier to darren cox, a market firefighters battled through the trader who runs a stool down there. night, the initial priority was getting people to safety. he has already been seeing quite a few problems in the way he has been getting his fruit and veg coming in from the continent. there is a lot i saw isawa i saw a mountain burning red and it of stuff behind the seems that was very people do not realise. there are i saw a mountain burning red and it was very windy. i could not take a massive delays over in france, not car as the roads were jammed. the so massive delays over in france, not so bad this week but last week south korean government caught in lorries were 10—15 hour delays. the army to help and there was concern that the fire would spread over the border to north korea. people do not realise what is going on behind the scenes. how is that affecting your business? we buy translation: we need to consider if we should discuss this with north korea as the wildfires overnight so lorries hit london any are close to the border. time between 5am and midnight. so this area has suffered from wildfires before, that lorry that would be there at but the speed of displays midnight for us to buy fresh stock to bring to market today, it could not be there until six or 7am. 24 shocked local authorities. hours later on freshness, the time as the flames subside,
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the people of this province will have the painful task it gets back into the circle, you of heading back to find out if they still have a home. will be 24 hours behind where you need to be. i was leaver. i probably we have been to chelmsford to talk still am a leaver. however, about the current uncertainty over need to be. i was leaver. i probably stillam a leaver. however, i our departure from the european need to be. i was leaver. i probably still am a leaver. however, i do have more concerns now than what i initially had when i was voting to union. leave, so i don't know. the problem just over half of people living there voted to leave the eu is, nobody has got any information, during the 2016 referendum. have they? about any deals. we have not been told what the deals are it i was standing here in the middle of is such a vast can of worms, that chelmsford in the high street. there nobody actually knows what is going was a big town sign up both high in may. it is the motto of the town, on. it is the uncertainty. we never many minds, one heart. i think that know democracy where the british pretty much sums up the opinions we public voted to leave. —— we live in have been getting here. lots of different opinions about what is a democracy. if we voted for tory or wrong and right with brexit. very people optimistic and some labour or stp or whoever, then the pessimistic. —— very many. we have
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been talking to market traders and i will now talk to a couple of people independence, that's what should be. running businesses here, property and it. first ifjoseph price. —— that is darren cox there. it is interesting the way he talks about people being in the dark, not knowing what's going on. however, first is. and also lara fox. joseph, not everyone is feeling those problems which darren was talking about. i am what are your clients saying at the problems which darren was talking about. iam nowjoined by problems which darren was talking about. i am nowjoined by the owner moment but brexit? some of them are and founder of the beauty treatment slightly dubious and worried. some company. are you seeing any difference in business and people's of our private investors are wondering what will happen to house confidence in their willingness to spend money? not at all. people that prices, will they drop? we are trying to work out what the best wa nt spend money? not at all. people that want to have treatments will always find money. and they have not plan is moving forward. you are a developer. you are using contractors found... and! who have got labour costs. in the find money. and they have not found... and i have not found any changes particularly. what about when people come in... you work building industry famously has been very dependent upon immigrant labour, what is happening there? the front of house, talk to people all price of materials has been slightly the time, what about their feelings increasing as time has been going about brexit? funny you should say on, but we don't use too much that. the 29th of march we were
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meant to leave the eu but on the european labour. but if we were, i 30th we were open for business as believe that would be tricky times usual and not one client mentioned and prices would increase, especially if the labour was not anything about brexit. we are still able to continue. what worries you there, no decision has been made, but brexit? i am not completely nobody mentioned it. do you feel people don't want to talk about it? i thinkjust fed up with it. they worried. in property, a lot of things level out as time goes on. don't like to see politicians the only thing for us is, if we are arguing about it, they want to get on with their lives. we are all purchasing and building property, apprehensive. we do not know where will prices drop when we look to sell them? that is one of the we will be or how things will pan biggest worries for us. lara, your out, but i think theyjust don't wa nt out, but i think theyjust don't want to talk about it anymore. what business, it is very much about the effect on your business on international, you have got people stuff you have to buy? we have working for you and you have a lot of european clients. tell me about products come from france, italy. at the problems you had been facing. we have had a specific problem with the moment, ifeel everything is running smoothly. i am sure he will reverse charge vat, it is complicated but essentially, it not be if we leave the eu and cancels that having to pay the vat regulations etc on product and the government sought out between themselves. in the case of a
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ingredients will have to be re—prioritised. i don't know where no deal scenario, we had no idea what would happen to this, would we we would stand with all that. very change everything or would it change interesting that you said i don't the same? we found actually via know! thank you so much. let mejust e—mail, copy and pasted from hmrc repeat that, i don't know. those are from a client of ours... a client! who told you what they were doing? the words that have been used a great deal when we have been talking we could not find any information about brexit in chelmsford and many ourselves. we are a small business other places. simon, back to you. and we cannot sit there, trawling through websites, phoning people up, the government has set ambitious targets to increase trying to find this information. the use of electric cars, but a bbc investigation has found large parts of the country aren't through websites, phoning people up, trying to find this informationm is ridiculous. what other things building the charging networks avoid you about? you being an needed to power them. only three local authorities have international company. while we have more than 100 locations where you can plug in electric vehicles and six have none at all. 50% of our turnover in europe, a lot here's our environment of it is in the uk as well so correspondent, david gregory—kumar. businesses here are worried about rush hour in birmingham, and the only noise in this tesla spending money, the government talks is the windscreen wipers. about increasing productivity in the well, the windscreen wipers uk and we are lagging behind europe and afamiliargriping to get the money people can spend about the problems of finding with us, doing things in aland somewhere in the city to charge the car. things like that, software, now there's a lot more electric car owners, increasing their productivity, they
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electric cars on the roads, are instead stockpiling stuff for a the charging point network is not really improved on the streets, at least. and a lot of them are clapped out. brexit scenario, they help you can get from grants, no one knows what is going on. if we can get grants so it is virtually impossible now to find a charging point that actually works. that would cost 40% of the project new research from the bbc has, which would help them increase their for the first time, combined data on the locations of public charging productivity, no one knows because points, with the number it all comes from a big european pot of electric vehicles registered in the same area. of money. joseph, in your business, the result gives a ranking by council of electric car infrastructure. what we're seeing is a lack of and the second city crashes into the bottom ten. communication and understanding of across the uk, the general what is going on. do you recognise picture is patchy, at best, and that's a problem. those stories? yes, i do. if people obviously, vehicle emissions are a massive issue right now. don't know what is going on, it is when you consider climate ha rd don't know what is going on, it is hard to know what properties to change and air pollution. purchase, what areas are showing however, from what we've found is that local authorities still have growth, and especially some of our limited infrastructure for electric car drivers. investments putting funds into us as the council told us... a business, they to know what their exit strategy is and if they don't we plan to upgrade the city's have that it is difficult from the publicly available charging network to continue encouraging ev take—up, outset. thank you both. as you say, decommissioning the 36 current point and replacing them with rapid and charging facilities. a lot of uncertainty which is birmingham isn't unique.
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worrying people. and a lack of and this new survey means, that for the first time, communication and not knowing what we can get a real sense is going on. that is what is timing of the councils who are charging towards an electric future as well as the ones who have run eve ryo ne is going on. that is what is timing everyone here. back to you, simon. out ofjuice. david gregory—kumar, bbc news, birmingham. john cleese has paid tribute to his the fossil of the 43 million year fawlty towers co—star. john wrote on old whale has been discovered in peru. palaeontologists believe the marine twitter... mammal‘s four—metre—long body was adapted to swim "sad to hear of the death and walk on land. ofjohn quarmby who played researchers believe the discovery the health inspector in basil could shed light on the evolution the rat episode. of the whale and how it spread. lovely chap. i shall never forget the expression on his face when he saw the rat time for a look at the weather. sitting in the biscuit tin." here's that brilliant scene. here's darren bett. cheddar, danish blue? a little our weather today still shaped by a danish blue, please. biscuits? large area of low pressure that is drifting towards the south—west. around the low pressure, we have spiralling bands of cloud producing rain and snow as well. one band up towards the far north of scotland and this other band of cloud feeding wet weather up from the english
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channel from northern france and into the south—west of england and would you care for a wrapped? —— wales. here in bristol, quite cloudy picture, rain as well. but in between the bands of cloud, the sun wrapped? would you care for a wrapped? —— wrapped ? just the would you care for a wrapped? —— wrapped? just the biscuits, then, is out here in suffolk as well a polly. he has died at the age of 89 different picture. this is the story as we head towards the end of the and john cleese are among those afternoon, we have this rain for the south—west of england and wales heading towards northern ireland, paying tribute. next up, the bbc news at five. now time for the eastern parts of the uk largely try and sing sunshine as well. overnight, we see the back of that weather. rain, we see the rain pushing back going to scotland, and in between clearer skies. not too cold overnight. the winds coming in from the east or south on those temperatures similar to what we had hello there. last night. for the weekend, it is a our weather today still shaped by a large area of low pressure that's just drifting away change of fortunes. for the eastern towards the south—west. side of the uk, this is where you around the low pressure, we've got these spiralling bands are more likely to get rain at of cloud which have been producing some rain and earlier on in the week some snow as well. times, cooler and cloudier further one band up towards the far north west, the best of the dry weather of scotland, this other band and sunshine. some sunshine for of cloud feeding some wet weather up
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western parts of scotland but a lot from the english channel of cloud across scotland and here we from northern france and into the south—west of england will see outbreaks of rain on and wales as well. here in bristol, for example, saturday. eastern parts of england it's quite a cloudy picture still, though clouding over, gloomy in the we've got some rain as well. but in between the bands of cloud, afternoon, a few spots of drizzle. the sun is out here. further west, better day for in suffolk as well, it looks northern ireland, wales and the a different picture. this is the story as we head south—west of england, dry wood towards the end of the afternoon. sunshine and temperatures 12—14dc, we've got this rain for the south—west of england cooler around the north sea coast. and wales heading towards northern ireland. eastern parts of the uk largely overnight, a fair bit of cloud dry and still seeing some sunshine as well. coming our way, and east to south overnight, we eventually see easterly breeze, not too cold, the back of that rain from northern ireland, wales and the south—west. we see the rain pushing back, 6-8dc. easterly breeze, not too cold, 6—8dc. warmer air heads our way though, into scotland, and in between we'll have some clearer skies. across england and wales on sunday not too cold, though, overnight. but the chance of some rather beefy the winds coming in from the east shower is coming in of the north sea or south—east, and those temperatures very similar and the risk of hail and thunder, to what we had last night. for the weekend, it's particularly towards the south—east a change of fortunes. for the eastern side of the uk, of england, where temperatures could this is where you're more likely to get some rain at times. get as high 17 celsius. cooler around the north sea coast, largely it'll be cooler and cloudier further west across the uk, the best try for the west, temperatures 12—15 of the dry weather and sunshine. there will be some sunshine sources. as we head into next week, for western parts of scotland, but a lot of cloud across scotland. the chance of early rain and decent this is where we're going to see temperatures but it is a downward some outbreaks of rain on saturday. eastern parts of england, trend in terms of those numbers, though, clouding over, quite gloomy in the afternoon, coulter is the week goes on. —— a few spots of drizzle. further west, a much better day
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for northern ireland, coulter is the week goes on. —— coulter as the week goes on. wales and the south—west of england. it should be dry with some sunshine and temperatures here 12—14dc. much cooler around the north sea coast. overnight, a fair bit of cloud coming our way, more of an east to south—easterly breeze, it shouldn't get too cold, typically 6—8dc. there's actually some slightly warmer air heading our way, particularly across england and wales on sunday, but the chance of some rather beefy showers coming in off the north sea. the risk of hail and thunder, particularly towards the south—east of england, where temperatures could get as high as 17 celsius. always a bit cooler around the north sea coast, still largely dry for the west, temperatures 12—15dc. as we head into next week, still got the chance of some early rain and some decent temperatures, but it's a downward trend in terms of those numbers. we'll be getting colder, i think, as the week goes on.
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