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this is bbc news — our latest headlines. hello, you're watching afternoon live. hello, you're watching afternoon live. this is bbc news — today at 5pm, we're live in brussels, i'm simon mccoy. i'm simon mccoy. our latest headlines: where theresa may is attending material, but will our today at 3pm... today at a... theresa may has arrived in brussels the emergency brexit summit, moving material, but will our expectations match the observations? a historic day for science, a historic day for science, theresa may has arrived in brussels for an emergency summit, with just 2 days to the set date as the first ever image for an emergency summit on brexit where she'll ask the eu to agree what will we learn from this? as the first ever image of a black hole is unveiled. of a black hole is unveiled. where she'll ask the eu to agree to another brexit delay. for britain's departure from the eu. it's located in a distant it's located in a distant galaxy and measures a0 galaxy and measures a0 to extend, but with a break clause. the prime minister arrived gravity, einstein, this is the billion kilometres across. billion kilometres across. and leaders from across the eu here a short while ago, moment where it all makes sense or have also begun arriving. we are looking at a region that i've asked for an extension it's thought they'll offer a longer ready to request an extension to the 30th ofjune, not. theresa may heads back to brussels we've never looked at before, extension to that deadline. to the brexit process, but it's not hopefully what we will see will today, to ask the european union a region we cannot really but what is important is that any extension enables us to leave clear what the response will be. to extend the brexit deadline imagine being there. at the point at which we ratify an historic day for science, corroborate and support einstein as the first ever image i want us to have...to be able until the end ofjune. it feels like really looking the withdrawal agreement, of a black hole is unveiled. general theory of relativity. it's so we could leave on the 22nd to leave european union in a smooth at the gates of hell, it's located in a distant interesting to reflect on science but in a letter to eu leaders, at the end of space and time. of may and start to build galaxy and measures a0 and orderly way as soon as possible. the council president, donald tusk, our brighterfuture. billion kilometres across. theories progressed, things change, and that's what i'm is recommending they back a longer, sometimes ideas are swept away or more flexible delay to brexit. and leaders from across the eu have israel's prime minister bejamin going to be working for. theresa may heads back to brussels also begun arriving. netenyahu looks on course to win sometimes ideas are swept away or israel's prime minister, today to ask the european union it's thought they'll offer a longer eu leaders are to discuss sometimes there are incremental an historic fifth term, the request later. improvements and adaptations. we had to extend the brexit deadline extension to that deadline. after elections ended in a dead heat bejamin netenyahu, looks on course between the two main parties. it's thought they'll demand newton's theory of gravity many a longer, flexible delay of up yea rs newton's theory of gravity many years ago which was good enough at until the end ofjune. a historic day for science to win an historic fifth term, as the first ever image to a year, with conditions. looking around the earth but going after elections ended in a dead heat of a black hole is unveiled. sport now on afternoon into the solar system and looking at between the two main parties. and leaders from across the eu have it's located in a distant begun arriving in brussels ahead galaxy and measures a0 children with mental health problems billion kilometres across. live with will. gravitational field of the sun face a postcode lottery, of this afternoon's emergency operates we needed to make changes summit on brexit. i'm david eades at it isa the children's commissioner warns, the european council. israel's prime minister, it is a big night for manchester and einstein came in. well instantly nailing down the duration of any benjamin netanyahu looks on course united, a tough task ahead. translation: we need to understand as real term spending drops extension is one issue. to win an historic fifth term, today why they are asking for this changes will he be correct? —— will by a third in some parts of englan. nailing the uk to strict conditions after elections ended in a dead heat a huge night for manchester united between the two main parties. extension and what is there a clear to get it — the other. insta ntly political plan to justify changes will he be correct? —— will —— england. in europe. instantly changes? lets join in the israel's prime minister, coming up on afternoon barceolona are in town press c0 nfe re nce . benjamin netenyahu, looks on course live, all the sport. with messi and co. to win an historic fifth term, it's united's first champions league sport now on afternoon after elections ended in a dead heat will's here. quarterfinal since 201a when david moyes was in charge. live with will. between the two main parties. they haven't gone further we talk about tottenham last night, than the last 8 for 8 years, we will then turn to the five coming up on afternoon
a good result but i worry? yes, a get the name of your show right! that was under sir alex ferguson. these are the nights that leading scientists on stage involved live, all the sport. coming up, we'll look ole gunnar solskjaer forward to a huge night remembers as a player. in the discovery. commissioner. bit of a bittersweet victory for coming up, we'll look at old trafford where messi, a massive test though suarez and co are in town against the la liga leaders later, totte n ha m bit of a bittersweet victory for tottenham in the first leg of their forward to a huge night who are 11 points clear at old trafford where messi, for what could be a memorable of atletico madrid, domestically. suarez and co are in town european night for manchester united will be hoping to have champions league quarterfinal for what could be a memorable united. against manchester city. great and we'll hear from the favourite marcus rashford fit who's been thank you very much. let me put the to win the masters, suffering with an ankle injury that result, 1—0, taking an advantage to rory mcilroy, in augusta. time. thank you so much, and it is a european night for manchester united kept him out of their previous the etihad stadium. but harry kane some dry weather to come in the next premier league game — a 2—1 defeat at wolves last week. great honour to be here today. we could be out for the rest of the and we'll hear from the favourite few days for most, but it will be the england striker trained season after picking up an ankle to win the masters feeling chilly. i'll have the yesterday, initially on his own, rory mcilroy in augusta before joining up with the rest are about to announce a huge injury. 0n the hour mark, look at details later. of the squad. and there is a good deal of dry solskjaer hopes their comeback breakthrough for humanity. we are also coming up — darcey bussell has in the second leg against psg about to take a picture, a picture this, spurs losing their main man. weather to come over next few days, announced she'll step down in the last round will give them but the temperatures are looking as a judge from strictly come disappointing, below average dancing. the confidence that they can knock of something that one man, one man kane going in on fabian delph for a for the time of year. she's been a member of the judging panel for seven series. the spanish giants out. i'll have your forecast confidence is high. alone direct, imagined 100 years ago later in the programme. tackle. he already missed a month of also coming up... this season with ankle ligament children with mental health problems face a postcode lottery, as i said, the result damage. he is having a scan later in the children's commissioner warns, as real—term spending drops in 1915, albert einstein. imagine and what we did against psg and how the afternoon. spurs had been on top by a third in some parts of england. we have climbed the table, that this idea that a very big up the afternoon. spurs had been on top up until that point, son getting now we are clawing back points... weight transforms geometry, that them a goal to give them a 1—0 hello, everyone. i think the players have given when the mass is too heavy you make this is afternoon live. i'm simon mccoy. themselves and the supporters great a hole, a mysterious hole, where advantage going to at the etihad theresa may has arrived in brussels for an emergency summit of eu confidence and belief nothing can get out of it, where all stadium next week. when the tide hello, everyone. came out they would be the last club leaders to discuss a further that we can do this. postponement to brexit. speaking on her way into the summit, meanwhile, ander herrera is absorbed. michiel kramer here other than barcelona spurs would is expected to leave united have wanted. there is less the prime minister said she will ask at the end of the season. travelling but the opening of the this is afternoon live. for a delay until the end ofjune. from the erc said the history of i'm simon mccoy. stadium was the talk and spurs set my colleague david his contract runs out in the summer and it's understood that the spanish
science will be divided into the eades is in brussels. that sort of feel and that stature "it's like looking at the gates midfielder has told paris st—germain of hell, the point of no return" — he'll sign for them after five time before the image and the time in the champions league and they certainly did that with a great the words of one of the lead years at old trafford. astronomers this afternoon herrera, will miss the match result. there was a point you are who revealed the first ever close—up yes, here we go again, and this time tonight through injury. thinking, where does the game go? photograph of what's being described as a "monster" black hole. it isa yes, here we go again, and this time it is a brexit only summit, and after the image. and you know, for and this is it. there is one issue on the table, i don't know if you listened to the my generation, it's all about losing harry kane. he went in tight whether they can allow, the other imagination of something that was in with fabian delph. he didn't like weather forecast, lucy saying there it. his england colleague. they did eu27, whether they can allow the uk between science and fiction. at the it measures 25 billion miles is bad weather across the united age of nine i went with my father to across — that's 3 million times states, 2a—hour is before the gulf watch the movie black hole and i well after that. son got that goal. the size of the earth — an extension to brexit itself, and gets under way in augusta. and is some 26,000 light years away. he will be amiss at the etihad in if they agree how long will it be? yes, i was looking at that this remember coming home and for the pallab ghosh reports. morning, thunderstorms across first time in my life at nine years british prime minister theresa may augusta over the weekend. weather the second leg. let's show you this, has laid out her stall, inasmuch as old thinking about what is the meaning of life? what am i doing harry kane posted this this she is said she wants a delay until it was photographed by a network of permitting... this time tomorrow, the 82nd afternoon. he says every setback is here? is there any parallel eight telescopes across the world. june the 30th, but we've already afternoon. he says every setback is a chance to come back stronger than masters will be underway. universe? that's what really got me ever. big finish from the boys to go this is the first ever seen june the 30th, but we've already seen the scope could extend as far picture of a black hole. as into 2020 or as soon as at least rory mcilroy's the favourite, excited, and probably the question it's a0 million kilometres across. teeing off at a:15 tomorrow, that we have to ask, for everyone on and win. we are awaiting results he says his return to form is down to balancing his game of harry kane's scan and will bring that's more than 3 million times with his personal life. you that when we have it. liverpool the size of the earth. the 30th of june, the northern irishman's looking it's been described as a monster as into 2020 or as soon as at least the 30th ofjune, may be even less who loves science, to think about have a first leg advantage in their if one or two have their way. to pick up his first green jacket, at the heart of a galaxy. as he aims to become the first european to claim a career what about in 100 years? einstein quarterfinal beating porto 2—0. will telescopes all across the world, theresa may arrived at the council a grand slam — all a majors. was there 100 years ago but in 100 in the antarctic, on volcanoes short while ago. other leaders have mcilroy's had a good start to the season, and on the highest mountains, winning the player's championship had their own meetings elsewhere to last month, but he says yea rs was there 100 years ago but in 100 years what will be the discoveries, life's not all about the things that we will discover focused on a galaxy 300 million consider their best positioning but, what happens on the course. from this knowledge. i see robert de we get to the second legs? we could trillion miles away. as she arrived, our political i got married just under two years be swallowed up by the black hole by they scanned it over a period of ten editor, laura kuenssberg, caught up graaf there who wrote a great book with her for ago and trying to be a good husband,
days and, at its centre, editor, laura kuenssberg, caught up with herfor a quick word. about the usefulness of useless then, simon! they found what they believe to be but you could always hope we could editor, laura kuenssberg, caught up with her for a quick word. first of all, iam here but also be a good golfer, one of the biggest black holes with her for a quick word. first of all, i am here with fellow leaders to talk about the request i've put and just to be a better man in the entire universe. knowledge and einstein could not and to be able to separate those two imagine what he discovered, he miss brexit. tonight, manchester infora to talk about the request i've put in for a short extension to article is something that i think it's quite united with a tough task? astronomers have used 50, and i know many people will be couldn't imagine that one day a global network of dishes important to me. because he created and discovered from all across the world frustrated that the summit is taking by focusing a little bit more and linked them together. anti matter that that would create yes, 0le gunnar solskaer hopeful place at all, because the uk should on the stuff away from golf, marcus rashford will be fit to play no single telescope is powerful have left the eu by now and i it's helped me become a better golfer. enough to see the black hole but, that's something that... greatly regret the fact that the pat scan that would save lives parliament has not been able to pass against barcelona. there is by adding together the information it works for me, it might work all over the world. i'm really proud from each of them, the image a deal that would enable us to leave rashford, he has been suffering from for everyone else but it's a path gradually becomes sharper ina a deal that would enable us to leave in a smooth and orderly way, but i that i want to keep following. of science, i'm proud of science an ankle injury. missed his side's had the government continue to work because science is giving a lesson previous game, against wolves last until it comes into view. to find a way forward. we have had and finally, rugby australia has described an israel folau social to politicians. showing that today week. he trained on tuesday before media post as unacceptable. to politicians. showing that today this is the nucleus of the galaxy serious, constructive talks with the to ta ke to politicians. showing that today to take a picture of something that the game at old trafford. initially opposition, and they will continue one man dreamt 100 years ago you m—87, and this is the first ever the full back says "hell on its own, before training with the awaits" gay people. image of a black hole. to murray —— tomorrow. we need more folau, who's a key part rest of the squad. 0le gunnar need people from a0 different time to agree a deal to enable us to the image was unveiled at a news of the wallabies world cup plans countries, you need people from all over the world that at the same time conference this afternoon. leave the eu in a smooth and orderly solskaer‘s hope is that their and broke the super rugby tryscoring that you are sitting here there is a it feels like really looking way, and what matters is that i have record last weekend, made comeback against psg will give them asked for an extension tojune the similar comments last year but escaped any sanction. at the gates of hell, rugby australia said the post, six press conferences in washington, hope they can beat barcelona. 30th, but what is important is that "does not represent the values in tokyo, in taipei, in shanghai and confidence is high. as i said, the at the end of space and time. any extension enables us to leave at of the sport and is disrespectful result and what we did against psg in santiago to chile and i'm proud the point at which we ratify the to members of the rugby community", the event horizon, withdrawal agreement, so we could the point of no return. and they say they've of europe. i'm proud of europe that is awe—inspiring to me, leave on the 22nd of may and start engaged their integrity unit to look and how we have climbed the table, to build a brighterfuture. because we have invested so much in at least, but it's also into the matter. that's all the sport for now. this project. we have put together now we are clawing back points... i important for physics. leave on the 22nd of may and start to build a brighter future. what will you do if the eu says there can olly foster more for black holes are objects which have be an extension but it must be you in the next hour.
more than aa million euros because think the players have given thank you very much. themselves and the supporters great such a strong gravitational pull we can be proud that europe has a that not even light can escape. longer? you said as prime minister a police force has trained you couldn't countenance staying in firefighters as special constables confidence and belief that we can do beyond the end ofjune. uk's request in an attempt to boost officer winning formula, and that winning the white ring is gas numbers in rural areas. formula is simple. we believe deeply this. we will be live at old that's been superheated. devon and cornwall police have lost 600 officers trafford later on afternoon live. it's brighter than all the billions is foran beyond the end ofjune. uk's request is for an extension to the 30th of over the past decade. in the freedom of science. we this time tomorrow, the first golf june. i have been working to make but the force has recruited 85 major of the year, the masters, will of stars in the galaxy put together. sure we can leave the eu, and we in the past year, which has boosted believe that scientists are the ones be under way. rory mcilory is the most intriguingly, the picture could have left by now but numbers to the highest may reveal what happens to make the choices, but the choices favourite. he says his return to level since 2012. to material that falls inside. parliament didn't pass the and now, seven devon and somerset of science are not done by form is down to balancing his game withdrawal agreement, so we need firefighters have ta ken that extra time to work to ensure we on the community responder roles with his personal life. the northern politicians. we believe that somehow i think what's so exciting after two months training with devon in the intuition of science. stephen irishman looking to pick up its can geta that extra time to work to ensure we and cornwall police. first green jacket as he aims to is that we are taking our knowledge can get a deal through parliament that enables us to leave in a smooth they can now arrest suspects, of black holes, which is really but must prioritise hawking once said something that i focused on the theory, simulations, fighting fires when needed. become the first european to claim a and orderly way, which is in grand slam. he has had a really good simulating how the environment everybody‘s interest. what matters would like to finish these words start to the season, winning the of a black hole looks. is that we are able to leave the eu linda schrimpf from the devon today with you with this excitement players championship last month that now, having the data, seeing this, at the point at which we ratify that and somerset fire & rescue service, says life is not all about what it turns the black hole who's overseeing this of ours. he said, it is sad that into something that you can see, withdrawal agreement. that would happens on the golf course. enable us to leave by the 22nd of collaboration, joins me now. and there's so much we're fa cts of ours. he said, it is sad that facts a re of ours. he said, it is sad that facts are sometimes stranger than i got married just under two years may. but the decision on the length thank you forjoining us. how will going to learn from this. fiction and nowhere is this more ago and trying to be a good husband, of delay is not in your hands. you true than in the case of black researchers now plan to take but also be a good golfer, and just a picture of another supermassive black hole, said the prime minister you couldn't this work in practice? first of all, holes. black holes are stranger than to bea but also be a good golfer, and just this time at the heart countenance a delay beyond june the anything dreamt up by science to be a better man and to be able to 30th, so what will you do if the eu fiction writers but they are firmly of our own galaxy, and so learn how i would like to say this is an separate those two something that i think it's quite important to me. by insists on a longer delay?” amazing collaboration between us and matters of science fact. so, ladies the milky way came into being. focusing a little bit more on the 30th, so what will you do if the eu insists on a longer delay? i am working to ensure we can leave the devon and cornwall police. we both staff away from golf, it helped me and gentlemen, i think that i've not had similar issues with regards to eu within the timescale the become a better golfer. that's government wants to see. i want us making sure we have the right number been this excited since when i came to be able to leave the eu in a of people in the right places. so we something that... works for me, it
in the next few hours, eu leaders will meet in brussels smooth and orderly way as soon as have worked together, to highlight for an emergency summit to discuss possible, and that's what i'm going areas in 201a. if there is a big moment might work for everyone else but a further postponement to brexit. be working for. theresa may. so the have worked together, to highlight areas that we can do this together. the prime minister, theresa may, for all of us it is today, so this it's a path i want to keep wants a delay until the end ofjune. so, historically, we have fire stage following. simon, can't wait to but the european council president, big moment is shared with so many in speak to you again later, miss you emphasis being an orderly departure, donald tusk, has advised all 27 stations in communities that they the public, so many today hear, and eu leaders to approve have changed a lot over time, those already. laughter a longer extension. rather than necessarily having to ok, ito the public, so many today hear, and i to invite the public, so many today hear, and ito invite all the team, and for already. laughter 0k, thank you. my colleague david stick to that date, but wanting it done as quickly as possible. let's communities, with people not working the israeli prime minister in those towns anymore and we need benjamin netanyahu is likely to provide fire cover in those to secure a record fifth term eades is in brussels. speak to, here in the council, as we that the professor is here and he areas. to provide fire cover in those will come immediately to my place in office after a closely prepare for the start of this, a areas. policing also has a similar fought election. problem, in that they need to make and tell you and join all of us and with almost all the results now in, sure they have offices that it looks like he'll be able to form word with a journalist from the eu it may be earth, but not as we've represent communities. we have we willjoin him in unveiling the a new coalition with right wing and religious parties. been used to it, brexit being a observer. you are looking at the mr netanyahu's likud party combined together to create this image, so, professor, please come is expected to finish with roughly whole new ball game for the leaders the same number of seats as that whole gamut of what everybody community respond a role. andi image, so, professor, please come and i will go. here. they are gathering now and reckons is likely to happen and what of the centrist blue and white effectively, what happens is the alliance, led by former they'll be in the council building they want. theresa may is saying, military chief of staff, in the course of the next hour or firefighters trained as special benny gantz. from jerusalem, our chief june the 30th, please, but what will co nsta bles firefighters trained as special constables and they would work in applause international correspondent lyse so, but already meetings taking doucet explained the the community with the firefighters significance of the result. place. for example, the leaders of she get? eu leaders will discuss yes, history looks set to be made those countries who will be most whether it should be a short or long now i have to fill the time until we in this election which will shape alert as and undertake community the future of israel, extension, and they want the best affected by brexit, belgium, the start the unveiling sequence. i the region and far beyond. tactic to put pressure on the uk work. if we need them as a fire mr netanyahu looks to be on course netherlands, france, sweden, denmark service, we will alert the man they and ireland, they have been parliament to get the deal is to become israel's longest ratified, so i think we agree that thought i would use the time to serving prime minister. gathering to see if they can form a common view as to where to take the burst to the station in the normal introduce our team that is here an extension is necessary, but they today on stage, monica working on but the politician, whose supporters don't agree on the tactic, and we way, within five or six minutes to call him the magician, meeting later on, what sort of will see what unfolds. it will be a the response. once they have extension to offer britain and, faced his toughest challenger political discussion. is there still finished working with us, they resume
theory and imaging of black holes, a in a decade — a man more used indeed, what conditions are finished working with us, they resume their community responder attached, and i can say there are work and working as a police and to fighting on the battlefield an element of some countries certainly differences of opinion fire officer. you say it is a thinking, and! than at the ballot box. even among those few. take that to an element of some countries thinking, and i think donald tusk, representing the european council, i representative from frankfurt, 27 and inevitably there is an awful collaboration but aren't you with the polls closed last night — think some still thinking that, you effectively just eduardo from the max planck both men immediately lot of talking to do. theresa may collaboration but aren't you effectivelyjust replacing police officers with firefighters? not at institute for radio astronomy and announced that they had won. has been out and about, in paris and know what, a long extension, you this morning, in the cold all. this is about being specials. never know, things change, maybe it onto one, director of the max planck political light of day, then berlin, back in westminster will never happen... do you think institute for radiotherapy and the this morning, and she is on her way to the council now. our first report thatis they are slightly independent to the will never happen... do you think that is still a kernel of thought?” chair of the event horizon they both have won, is from iain watson. with the same number of seats. don't think that is on peoples minds police force. what we are actually telescope. and we have a lot of team but in israel, voting day can tonight. tonight, they are dealing doing is increasing the numbers and sometimes match a less members here in the front row. than the weeks of horse trading with the short or long extension, and negotiations to shape it doesn't quite seem that's the core of the debate. i'm creasing availability in the areas the next israeli government. like taking back control. it's here in brussels, not they need it. unions are not happy michiel kramer, we have the project let's look at the latest at westminster, that a key decision sure everybody would be thrilled if from our middle east correspondent. about this and there is a scheme to about the uk's future will be made. the uk state, but for now it's out paper over the cracks, saying a victorious benjamin netanyahu theresa may will ask the leaders of the other 27 manager of the event horizon greeted his supporters of the question. one wonders whether eu states for a further, firefighters are there to save telescope, glad you are here, colin short delay to brexit the french word. they seem pretty lives, not enforce the law.” as the vote counting began. until 30th june. lonsdale, who is a co—chair of the but the decision will determined that we should get on and some had called it a referendum be theirs, not hers. go but, if you are going to stay, on his leadership. craig tracey... firefighters are there to save lives, not enforce the law. i think as emergency services, one of our but before departing for brussels, it's not going to be comfortable, we to his supporters he is the saviour theresa may was asked why primary functions is to provide event horizon telescope project. now she was reluctant simply going to pin you down, legally we have to start with the session. of israel's security, to leave the eu on friday. i believe a conservative government binding commitments not to rock the safety advice to communities. where we are looking into space towards a will make a success of whatever we can do that together, we can but mired in corruption claims boat. that's tough. that's what the after a decade in power, the situation is in relation yet israelis backed him to brexit, but i still believe enhance that role. so by not having and his right—wing coalition is now the best brexit for the uk is to be french president is asking for, but set for a record fifth term in office. able to leave in an orderly way, it's impossible to curb the rights individual firefighters and police officers, these people are able to giant galaxy 500 billion billion translation: i am very touched and obligations of a member state, light years away from us. sorry, 500 to be able to leave with a deal. that the people of israel have go and look at two perspectives at
so and obligations of a member state, soi and obligations of a member state, so i think what leaders will look the same time, so therefore what it the draft conclusions of what the eu for is a strong political commitment given me their vote of confidence is doing is enhancing the community billion billion kilometres away from for the fifth time. leaders will decide have from theresa may that she will not already been circulated. us, a i intend to be the prime minister and the uk will not halt any billion billion kilometres away from us, a very billion billion kilometres away from us, a very big galaxy, suspected to these suggest that a brexit response we have. are all host a supermassive black hole at firefighters happy with this idea? of all the citizens of israel — delay will be agreed, decision—making process. because the public have a different but the exact date the very centre. 101 years ago, right, left, jews, non—jews — will be left blank. perception of what firefighters do someone the very centre. 101 years ago, someone discovered a streak of light all the citizens in israel. in a letter to eu leaders, and the uk will not halt any decision-making process. theresa may might say that, as prime minister, the president of which is plasma shooting out of the he had faced his toughest but she might not be prime minister and are, a different view from challenger in years, the european council, donald tusk, says that in addition for much longer. you can see where police. i certainly haven't received centre of the milky way marking the a former army chief, to theresa may's request, they should discuss an alternative, any information that people are not supermassive black hole. i never benny gantz. the problems lie. for example, if we as the exit polls came out, longer extension of up to a year. happy with this. in fact, believed that this black hole was as look at the next eu budget, a big as people said until we saw it looked like a tie between his party and mr this is what theresa may said communities and local newspapers are about that only last month. seven—year package, a huge amount of netanyahu's. i am not prepared to delay brexit money, huge decisions to be taken, saying this is good for communities, do you think you're going to win, and you can understand why they that. this is the nucleus of the any further than 30th june. don't want the uk meddling in any where they haven't had a police when the votes are counted? presence recently and they want that so far, it looks good, we have but her brexit secretary says way in that discussion. exactly, but engagement was that they are seeing galaxy m 87 and this is the to wait for the actual results, something has changed. first—ever image of a black hole. and we'll take it from there. if there were an extension this as a positive step. very good what would you call beyond 30th june, what diplomats are supporting a long on the president to do? the key is that we terminate of you tojoin us, thank we are the biggest party that as soon as we have extension argue is that the this as a positive step. very good of you to join us, thank you for that parliamentary deal. decisions in front of the eu, like your time. and i think that says it all. choosing the next president of the some of theresa may's own mps religious voters and right—wing are furious that she's looking commission or the council, they are dame darcey bussell is to step applause nationalist parties helped to prop for a further delay to brexit. down as a judge from bbc up mr netanyahu's chances made by a qualified majority, so one's strictly come dancing. last time david cameron voted she's been a member againstjunk or last time david cameron voted against junk or jumper but of the judging panel for seven of building another coalition. last time david cameron voted againstjunk orjumper but is still the president. —— jean—claude series, having joined in 2012. in a statement dame darcey her erstwhile allies, it signals a further shift northern ireland's dup, have she was "not leaving because of any in the right in israeli politics, said it's humiliating. upset or disagreement" — as the left—wing, which historically but for some brexiteers, juncker. they are looking at an and that she wanted to focus pursued a peace deal every political cloud has a silver lining. on "other commitments". with the palestinians, they think it could give enough time extension until the end of the year, it has not yet been announced suffered further losses. possibly, and the uk will not be a
for the prime minister to be deposed mr neta nyahu pledged during the campaign to formally and replaced with a new leader member when the decision on the who will replace her. studio: that was a moment of extend israeli sovereignty to jewish who'll give the party a new budget will have to be made. thank settlements in the occupied west bank. sense of direction. you for laying that out. think it theresa may might be free later in history. let's talk to professor they are seen as illegal clearly for the party, it gives it the year. you're watching afternoon under international law, although israel disputes this. a chance to come together, clearly shows is that the idea of live. more on the release lucie green, astrophysicist. wow. for a new leader to really listen trusting the british government to of the first ever image of that such a move would be strongly to what the different parts of ‘monster' black hole. do the right thing, has opposed by palestinians, the conservative party are saying. significantly waned over the course it measures 25 billion miles history. let's talk to professor lucie green, astrophysicist. wowm who see the area as part across — that's three million times was incredible. after all the of these brexit negotiations, to the the size of the earth and is some of their future state. i certainly think that anticipation, actually what we saw most people believe that was very close to what i'd seen it could coincide with an expected new leader must be a leaver, 26,000 light years away. plan from president trump to reach being produced by the people running a brexiteer if you like, point at which a legally binding a deal between the two sides. we can talk more on this the simulation, so you could see with some good solid credentials. commitments are being demanded of a now with dr ziri younsi from the mullard space science that dark silhouette in the centre. mr netanyahu may have won one these opposition politicians are not fellow member state, albeit one that's the really important part of of his greatest political victories, the prime minister's laboratory. but with corruption charges looming, which is planning to leave. quite it could yet prove how excited were you? we were all this image, and then the glowing usual political friends. when? may be part of that answer to be short lived. material around that dark heart.“ tom bateman, bbc news, tel aviv. but if she's going to get a deal will become clear in the hours through parliament quickly, she will need labour support, ecstatic! really incredible result and that will require ahead. and the culmination of many years of we show what we saw, that's the compromise on both sides. thank you very much. the uk is image, that's the first time mankind the mayor of new york has we have a mountain to climb, currently due to leave the eu at declared a public emergency of that there's no doubt. ha rd and the culmination of many years of hard work. really something special. has seen a black hole. tell us about in part of brooklyn, after the worst outbreak but this is a process that should 11pm on friday night, if no of measles since 1991. have started two years ago. extension is granted in brussels, when it was revealed, you could hear he's ordered everyone living at last it has. there to get vaccinated the default position would be to the light around it. it feels a bit against measles or face fines. the gasps from the audience before many living there oppose vaccination leave on friday without a deal. like an eclipse. it does, doesn't it will be very difficult, they all applauded, but what can we on religious grounds. of that there's no doubt. our chief political but there's a desire correspondent, vicki young, learn from this image? this image is it? in the environment around a there've been other recent across the house of commons is at the houses of parliament. outbreaks in new york state, to reach an agreement. washington, california, but the closer theresa may moves black hole, material is captured and texas and illinois. there is huge pressure on theresa is orbiting that central mass and here's our washington to labour, the more she might annoy may in brussels and there will be correspondent, chris buckler. extremely special because, once again people say we are taking an many of her own restless backbenchers. huge pressure when she gets back. whilst it is orbiting, we are not delaying brexit avoids leaving
almost 20 years ago, exactly sure how, but the material the eu without a deal on friday. image of a black hole but we don't thanks to vaccinations, yes, there will be some mps here who is heated up and travelling very but it doesn't make see the black hole, it's black by the united states declared itself getting a deal any easier. don't want any delay to brexit at fast, so it is giving off light iain watson, bbc news, westminster. free of measles. all, and they are dismayed about the across the spectrum and this project definition, but seeing matter but now, the illness is back. fa ct all, and they are dismayed about the fact she has gone there to ask for orbiting around the black hole and in particular measured the radio more time. she says she wants a it's starting to fall into it and light coming from that vicinity of and the biggest outbreak is in one short extension to article 50, a and is it starts to form it gets the black hole. but in the centre neighbourhood in brooklyn. short extension to article 50, a short delay, but it isn't in her extremely hot. as it gets hot, it there have been almost 300 cases hands, it's up to the other leaders, gets bright and light. we are seeing you have such an intense eu leaders have been gathering in new york in the last six months. at the belgian prime so hands, it's up to the other leaders, so there will be a bit of a waiting minister's official residence ahead that light coming from this matter gravitational field that matter mainly within williamsburg's game tonight and we expect her to cannot escape and light cannot of the summit. moments before the matter passes its 0rthodox jewish community, come here tomorrow to update mps on escape so there is this silhouette leading the city's mayor to declare let's have a listen event horizon. we are seeing the to what charles michel had to say of the dark very strong a public emergency. about theresa may's request all of this. let's discuss this with silhouette of the black hole wrapped gravitational heart of the black the department of health will issue around this ring of light. this ring hole silhouetted against that bright violations and fines to people for a brexit extension. senior conservative backbencher bill cash. what do you make of theresa glowing material. we need to put who remain unvaccinated. may asking for another delay to is extremely sensitive to the mass some scale to this. what we are this is about it today, this brexit? first of all, she said 110 of the black hole. already we can looking at, that black hole, is 3 decision, maybe tonight, but what is learn a lot about the fundamental important for us is the certitude million times the size of this times that she wasn't going to properties of black holes from the the only way to stop this outbreak, that we need that, in case of an earth. it is remarkable. we are extent. the second thing is to get geometry and asymmetry in the is to ensure that those who have not extension, we will have the quite clear that motions in the brightness of this ring.” talking about a big thing.“ been vaccinated get the vaccine. earth. it is remarkable. we are talking about a big thing. it is geometry and asymmetry in the brightness of this ring. i was describing how big it is that it is enormous and the black hole at the guarantee for a correct and house of commons are not the same as heart has a mass billions of times permanent working of the eu, and we impossible to get your head around health workers, community acts of parliament, and i have that sort of figure. try and explain the mass of our son so it's worth leaders and rabbis have written to donald tusk advising him reflecting on that, the enormity of all united to reassure parents will have decisions about the that there is likely to be a legal that the measles, mumps that object. but at the same time in and rubella vaccine is safe. budget, and also the decision about challenge to the way the government to an idiot like mejust is going about this, for a simple but not everyone here is convinced. that sort of figure. try and explain the sky it is very small, so you the composition of the new eu to an idiot like me just why this is so to an idiot like me just why this is reason. the covenant cannot exercise so significant. this is so well, my rabbi said otherwise commission, and we want to be sure need a very, very large telescope to its powers to frustrate the significant because all of our and i will not name him. intentions of parliament. daschle be able to image it. we will talk what is the basis for that it will be possible to
saying no to vaccination? modern world is based around albert about that and how they have done oh, i could go on and on. crewed the government. the this ina guarantee this current extension of intentions of parliament were clear, einstein's theory of relativity, it i don't have the time. the eu. so clearlyjust some of the and that applies to international about that and how they have done this in a moment but we will return to the news conference to hear from just like that guy said, governs everything, from the motion preventative measures are not treaties as well, and the reality is of stars and planets to even our gps somebody involved. we are looking at a reason to inject toxins into my child's body. a region we have never looked at issues that have to be resolved over that the two acts of parliament in systems. seeing a black hole is such we need you to say, no more. the course of the next few hours. before, a region we cannot really particular are the withdraw act and an incredible technical challenge, with me is stefanie bolzen, the one preceding it, which contains because it would require, for medical professionals london correspondent imagine being there. it feels like for the german newspaper die the one preceding it, which contains example, having a camera that has a really looking at the gates of hell, are still having to counted the re—pulling —— the repeal of the welt. high enough resolution to take an at the end of space and time. the discredited claims that the mmr you have hotfooted it here to see image ofan vaccine can have side effects. how it goes. you know what the high enough resolution to take an image of an orange on the surface of the moon from here on earth. that is event horizon, the point of no vaccination rates have declined, european communities act 1972 from and that having an effect. german message is, what the french exit day. the fact that date may be how small it is on the sky, because return. that is awe inspiring to me across the us already this year message is, and it seems they are extended doesn't make a difference of how far away it is. so what is so there have been a65 cases becoming traditionally the two ends at least but also important for of the spectrum publicly. do they to the main legislative intention physics. i think my colleague will of measles reported, and effect, because the repeal of remarkable is that einstein, one of the most incredible predictions of and the majority of those who have fallen ill are children. coordinate their messages? the 1972 act, which applies to all his theory of relativity as black i'iow physics. i think my colleague will now continue and explain why this is 0bviously, coordinate their messages? obviously, the french and germans measles can result in things talk constantly and they also talk the 1972 act, which applies to all the laws, are bundled together, and holes, where light passes or so now continue and explain why this is that those in lockstep with the exit so important. in the frame of the 27 almost every like pneumonia, brain inflammation, anything, it can never escape, day, but what is coming out for the day itself. but parliament has made applause and can lead to death. trapped forever in this other realm. time being our different messages, we are looking, we are appearing at so the german chancellor this and what we've seen in new york city its views clear, the house of the very edge of that now. morning in the bundestag gave a commons has, and it doesn't want no is that we have 21 people that statement, not a brexit statement, deal at all, and the yvette cooper have been hospitalised, incredibly, it looks like so far five of which have ended up just a political statement, and she bill passed same to the prime briefly talked about brexit and said so, black holes are part of our in the intensive care minister, go and ask for a delay. so einstein is still doing well. this unit, all preventable she thought that a longer extension with a very safe vaccine. is telling us that there are objects daily knowledge. in fact, even a would give time and it would set a in our universe, at least for the child knows what a black hole is and what? it doesn't have... trying to time being, that we can't rule out, the best definition i've received although many of the concerns sensible time, may be to calm things get something through parliament
actually comes from a child, who when the house of commons doesn't are for children, officials down for stop she was talking about agree it's very difficult for a which really do possess an event simply said well, it'sjust may be the end of the year, a long actually comes from a child, who simply said well, it's just a hole in the us know they have to get you cannot fill. so they are very government. it may look like that, horizon, where light cannot escape. through to parents if they're extension. in brussels, the french nothing can escape and we are seeing to properly tackle this outbreak. delegation want a short extension, but the reality is that a motion the very edge of this. it's an simple but they are actually isn't the same as something with extremely problematic in physics and legal effect. that is the key issue, extremely significant and profound because of the properties they have. and they are quite strict, so in thing, because it's the first time the last ever series of game and we've been through this several we are seeing such an incredible the first property is that at their that case they are not singing from of thrones airs next week, the same hymn book. times. it feels like you are going thing, where light is bent and can and although its the end of the line that case they are not singing from the same hymn booklj that case they are not singing from the same hymn book. i think they are against the tide of opinion in the ce ntre the first property is that at their centre ina the first property is that at their for the hit show, it will leave strict enough as to say, if we are move in orbits and where einstein is centre in a single point we think the laws of physics breakdown. we house of commons, in the sense that an important economic legacy still doing well. do you think he for northern ireland where much not satisfied here, we'll have how do you get bills through call this point a singularity. of it is made. another meeting, and that hardly visitors now flock to the locations parliament if you don't have backing ever got a school report saying another priority is that this bears thinking about, but perhaps an where parts of the series is filmed, in the house of commons for it? the that, einstein is still doing well? indication there is quite a bit of singularity is covered by a surface, and it's meant a huge ground to make up to create a common bottom line is that, for example, we not bad, is it?! ithink boost to tourism. that, einstein is still doing well? not bad, is it?! i think he was a 0ur cporrespondent chris page view. yes, and that's why i think will have the withdrawal bit of a delinquent at the time.” a mathematical surface called the reports from a new exhibition event horizon. gravity is so strong about the show in belfast. it's difficult to predict what will implementation bill to follow any wish i had more time, we have to withdrawal agreement, if it gets through, which i don't think it leave it there. thank you for oi'i event horizon. gravity is so strong happen tonight, what extension, what joining us. on this momentous day on this surface that nothing, not will, but the reality is that all conditions will they attach. there these pieces of legislation are what even light, can leave it. and this was a briefing by a spokesman, and for all. my pleasure. or the inaudible make acts of parliament. that is the surface separates the interior from he said they have prepared the draft rule of law. the law of the land is the exterior. nothing from the business news coming up in a moment but there is now a political interior can leave and be discussion, which means 27 getting quite clear. the law of the land is but first the headlines on afternoon ..otherwise known as that we are leaving the eu, and that transmitted to the exterior. and for live: theresa may has arrived in brussles the hound in the series. together, a lot of different for an emergency summit on brexit. a scientist this is a drama because is set out in what's called section opinions, because the french are live: scientists want to know everything next to it, another costume that one of the withdrawal act. it she'll ask eu leaders fans will recognise. afraid that, if there is a longer to delay the brexit deadline about every corner of the universe. couldn't be clearer. the reality is until the end ofjune. it was worn by arya stark, meanwhile, leaders from across also a main character. extension, britain might make things the eu 27 countries have so, having a region where you say so, interest in game of thrones very difficult. the germans are more tonight that it will be very much been gathering ahead of that summit. about to reach an all—time high, relaxed, and they have to find a certain that we won't be living on it's thought they'll offer a lengthy extension to that deadline.
you cannot experiment there, or you it seems, with the final season friday, whatever you say, and i "like looking at can experiment there, but you cannot about to air but this phenomenally compromise. again, the french the gates of hell"... understand that you are saying that that's how one scientist successful series has generated saying, we want legal guarantees, a about the law as it stands, but the described the first ever tell the results of the experiment, substantial business spin offs photo of a black hole. for northern ireland. framework for this, which is a lot reality is that we didn't leave on astronomers say it's 500 million the real—life westeros. of work and it says something about much the 29th and we will not leave million kilometres away from earth. is extremely frustrating. and the level of trust, almost, with on friday. they thought that before puzzling. and the same puzzling this part of the uk has been home to perhaps the biggest tv series thought were shared by einstein. so, the gina miller case, and then that in the world for the last decade. another eu member state, albeit one what we want to know changed everything, so for practical hello. how do you come to terms with this is where melisandre gave birth, purposes we are in similar kind of here's your business and that's in here... headlines on afternoon live: idea? well, the first thing you want which is leaving. yes, that is one virgin boss sir richard branson you can really see how the caves, territory, and i'm not talking idly says his train business to do is convince yourself that thing the german delegation has been could disappearfrom the uk the cliffs, the crashing waves more keen to say, even to be careful after its partner stagecoach about it, a likely challenge in the was barred from three black holes exist and in particular about the language you use, not to railfranchise bids. on this stretch of coastline sir richard, whose virgin trains the event horizon exists, and the in county antrim appealed to courts. there are distinguished and is a9% owned by stagecoach, image we have produced does exactly the game of thrones location scouts. say, if the brits are misbehaving or pre—eminent lawyers involved in the said he was "devastated" and now, thousands of tourists analysis that i sent to donald tusk, that. so we may wonder, how do you are coming here to see something, and you want to be by the disqualification. for themselves the places partners in the future, so this is and if they make this decision, and where so many of the major scenes know it is a black hole? and it is in particular if they impose in the series were filmed. also, i think, partners in the future, so this is also, ithink, a conditions because that would merely partners in the future, so this is also, i think, a very sensitive period now. but, of course, germany the uk economy grows because it matches extremely well it's wonderful that you're faster than expected — being taken to a place like this stockpiling by manufacturers ahead with the prediction from theory and where you would never is very keen to protect the european magnify the degree of unlawfulness, of brexit helped the uk usually go before... economy grow by 0.3% the village of cushendun gets so magnify the degree of unlawfulness, so there we are, and in addition to coachloads of visitors every day, election. it has to firmly commit to in the three months to february. this is shown in this picture over that, on a more practical note, this from china to california. here. so, on the left there is the hold the selections and stick to what comes with it, and of course, isa that, on a more practical note, this is a practical law, but i am talking observed image, on the right there i love the game of thrones, shares in gas, which runs it's a fantastic show, about the amount of money concerned, uk prisons have jumped isa this chimes with everybody, but as much 30% after a canadian rival observed image, on the right there is a theoretical prediction. and as northern ireland is gorgeous. every time they make an extension, admitted it was you can so beautiful. there are different expectations of is a theoretical prediction. and as you can see is a theoretical prediction. and as you can see the analogy is one of the most beautiful places how to solve it. thank you for for example, if they offer or considering a takeover. ever i've ever been, it comes after just last week and i can't wait to come back. suggest an extension for one year, the company was stripped remarkable. as a matter of fact, we of the contract to run hmp yeah, absolutely. laying out the ground for us. we can thatis birmingham. and obviously game of its reputation took a knock in 2012, have carried out over these last six thrones is a huge plus. when it had to admitjust days all sorts of local people have months the most extensive speak now to conservative mep suggest an extension for one year, that is another £12 billion to the before the london olympics began, benefited from the thrones effect. charles tannock. thank you for british taxpayer. but you know many that it had not recruited enough
investigation of what happens to a show this epic requires plenty will say, if you'd voted for theresa staff for the event. plasma, to matter, as it falls into of swords, daggers and arrows. joining us. where does it leave you? may's deal, which have left on march a black hole. we have used one man who's had a big part presumably you will be standing the 29th. as part of you worried supercomputers and highly advanced in bringing those scenes again. numerical codes to calculate what that you might have blown the to the screen, practises his art i have certainly expressed an chances of brexit happening at all? markets next but first we have had happens. and what we have learned is interest to be a candidate for that in the county down countryside. no, for the reason i've just that as matter falls into the black it has been an honour to be an mep some news from tata. yes, not sure this blacksmith made weapons used for 20 years, and i welcome that mrs to fight for the iron throne. hole it will start rotating at it is the stuff of dreams. explained. will it have to go to speeds which are close to the speed i mean, i was a fan of the books may is seeking an extension. in court? the two things run together. of light and will become the hot and before i knew the show theory, we should have left 12 days i'm not excluding the fact that it emit light, especially in the radio was ever going to get made. ago, so clearly we need more time, about the proposed merger. this has will be important to have it tested come as a bit of a surprise. two frequencies, which are the ones that and then when you hear whether it is until the 30th ofjune in court, but what i am also saying our telescopes can capture. but the show is getting made, i thought it was fantastic, is that the anchors to the companies proposed measures or until the 31st of december. and then finding out it was being referendum, the referendum act, a these simulations are not made here was even better. clearly more time is needed, and mrs including tata's site. they are sufficient. if you want to know what the show has generated newjobs, may, to her credit, is now reaching sovereign act of parliament, it was it black hole looks like as an image career opportunities and an international profile given to the people to make the you need to take into account that up may, to her credit, is now reaching up to the opposition, two remainers saying they are worried it's not a for the tv and film industry. decision, and that is encapsulated, this production company has more merger of two equals. we will be than tripled its staff like myself, to find a compromise, a light doesn't move in a straight since game of thrones arrived. embedded in the anchor to the following that closely and there are line near a black hole. contrary to softer, more orderly title brexit, referendum, which is the withdrawal more updates on our website. you and that no deal is definitively off act, which says we repeal the this rule, light can come from all it has persuaded parents the table, so i think we can all european communities act that is the sorts of places and so light can be and colleges that the creative law, and forgive me for putting it we re welcome that. people like me would more updates on our website. you were looking at retail, a lot bent, it can be tensed, so like to see a second referendum, a this way, but with respect it isn't happening there? we had some results industries now is a very acceptable sorts of places and so tight can be bent, it can be tensed, so the image you obtain by looking at a black place to work, it's a very confirmatory vote attached to for you to say, oh, well, you've got acceptable ambition to want to work whatever deal emerges, but that is to be practical about this. it's hote can be very counterintuitive. and we have carried out a very in creative industries. for the house of commons to decide. from asos today, their profits down going to happen. believe me, if you hbo's involvement was a major reason considerably. our guest can tell us extensive investigation. we built why a government agency invested certainly i welcome mrs may and the do something unlawful, it can be
heavily in the pilot episode tens of thousands of synthetic ten years ago. change of heart to reach out, given undone. that happened in the gina more. michael, profits at asos down images which cover all the but it still felt the fact she should delete couldn't miller case and it may well be the possibilities that we think are like a bit of a gamble. position here, but nice of you to 87%, however share prices doing realistic conditions under which a get her meaningful vote through ask the question. recently has said quite well, up around 10%. what is btack realistic conditions under which a black hole is formed and this is how it was a punt, but we knew that this was the best opportunity parliament, she is now reaching out to keir starmer and the labour northern ireland was ever going to get. she will stand down as leader if she going on? it does appear to be we have come to conclude that this we'll continue to grow, it will all get bigger party. you make that point about gets her first part of brexit isa slightly contradictory. it's no we have come to conclude that this is a black hole, as predicted by and better in many ways, reaching out, and that is something through, which looks unlikely. do surprise, if you recall in december but i don't think there will ever be you think she should stand aside?” einstein. now, you may ask, what is that's been picked up by some of the anything quite like game of thrones. eu leaders, that clearly there is voted against her remaining as asos warned profits or sales would the fantasy show has had a fantastic the meaning of this discovery? for impact on northern ireland, movement. you also know that the be down 20—25%. they adjusted it but the question now is, leader a few months ago, and my own many of us it has different reality so far is that it isn't who will be left standing view is that, every time we see going anywhere, so are you surprised meanings. but there is one meaning at the end of the final season? another broken promise, and this down to 15. so the numbers have come that we all share and is very at how ready some countries seem to extension of time is yet another precious to us. we have transformed yes, millions of viewers wondering be to take that at face value as one, what are the conditions? as i in slightly above expectations over the last quarter and as a result who will triumph in the battle said in the commons, what are the a mathematical concept, that of the we're seeing significant bounce. for the seven kingdoms. genuine progress? even if mrs may event horizon, something that i they'll find out in the next normatty write on a blackboard when can't have a formal deal with moral importantly, they are few weeks, but people labour, she's made it very clear she supplication of the eu? i think i investing quite heavily in their in northern ireland hope i tecture normatty write on a blackboard when i lecture on this into a physical the game of thrones legacy said, going on our hands and feet to will last for many years. will respect the views of the the eu. the eu is dominated by object, something that we can test commons, and i think there will be distribution hubs in atlanta in the and we can measure and we can united states and the learning in another attempt to have a series of germany, and everybody knows it, that was chris buckler, it was good europe. it's likely investment will observe repeatedly. you may think to hear from kind of indicative votes, and i burling rules. the germans are decline over time to stop —— and this is a minor thing. actuatty, that was chris buckler, it was good to hearfrom him eventually. chris page, even. that was because he suspect, on this occasion, one of berlin in europe. hence the rebound this is a minor thing. actuatty, this is a fundamental first step in didn't use his name at the beginning them will have a majority. it could any scientific progress. it is a determining the ultimate outcome of you see in the share place today. andi didn't use his name at the beginning and i missed it. and now, the these negotiations. they set the be the customs union, it could be they seem to be able to convince scientific method. be able to make the kind of kyle wilson amendment, rules in the first place. we have to investors that this is not something business news. but first, the be realistic about this. france is an experiment and deduce from this which requires a second referendum that will carry on. on to tesco, 28% headlines this afternoon on attached to a customs union or afternoon live. also involved, and the bottom line
how does nature work. and now my "like looking at is that the member states are increase in profits, doing quite the gates of hell"... single market. we got very close that's how one scientist last time. there were only three working together to make it as well. share prices up around 2—3% described the first ever cotteague witt photo of a black hole. votes that it was lost by. even the difficult for us as possible, and we how does nature work. and now my cotteague will explain how this astronomers say it's 500 million beautifut experiment was carried million kilometres away from earth. must not allow ourselves to be theresa may will ask eu leaders today. dave lewis, their ceo, he has out. studio: an explanation of what to delay the brexit deadline people's vote, the second referendum, only lost by 12 votes, intimidated. bill cash, thank you, until the end ofjune. she'll make that request so ultimately i think the commons and that certainly will be the case been described as drastic dave and at today's eu summit. meanwhile, donald tusk has written will have to compromise, and i hope has been achieved. let's talk to to all eu27 leaders, tonight, with those eu leaders recommending they accept a longer, that will happen, and the flexible deciding behind closed doors whether came into the job, professor lucie green, been described as drastic dave and came into thejob, streamlining operations. how has he managed to astrophysicist. you were listening extension which is being talked or not the uk is allowed this delay more flexible delay to brexit. achieve this? you have to remember ctosety astrophysicist. you were listening about now i donald tusk will be to brexit. closely and you share the giving us enough time to sort this the context of when mr lewis took excitement. this is a magic moment. "it's like looking at the gates of hell, the point of no return" — out, and they will have to be over, on the back of an accounting there was a wonderful quote, huge the words of one of the lead european elections and, if i am a astronomers this afternoon scandal. he has turned the business here's your business candidate, iam who revealed the first ever close—up breakthrough for mankind, equivatent headlines on afternoon live. european elections and, if i am a candidate, i am delighted to make round, invested an awful lot of stagecoach says the case as to why, if there is a photograph of what's being described as a "monster" black hole. money in digital. so there is a to seeing the gates of hell. it's it is "extremely concerned" and this is it. second referendum, why we should after the department for transport great, isn't it? but that's the kind stay. there is a reality to all of it measures 25 billion miles significant amount of job money in digital. so there is a significant amount ofjob losses barred it from three uk rail across — that's 3 million times coming down the pipe. he has got rid of emotion btack great, isn't it? but that's the kind of emotion black hole is conjure up the size of the earth — franchise bids, which could mean this, which is that theresa may will of products that were not selling in all of us. they have been such an end to virgin trains and is some 26,000 light years away. particularly well in focus much more it was photographed enigmatic objects in our minds for on the west coast mainline. go back to westminster where, frankly, nothing will be any easier, by a network of eight on branding. taking on the digital, so tong and by their very nature telescopes across the world. the dft says the bids and it may even be harder, depending the smaller discounters lidl and were "non—compliant" because they did not on some of the conditions laid out pallab ghosh reports. absorbing, or holding onto the tight, meaning it is very hard to meet pensions rules. here, and you stare into the abyss aldi by bringing injacks and stagecoach shares fell almost ofa this is the first ever here, and you stare into the abyss of a party split down the middle. removing tesco direct and focusing 10% in early trading. picture of a black hole. study them. we all have this passion it's a0 million kilometres across. the uk economy grows here, and you stare into the abyss of a party split down the middlelj agree on the key browns, as well as the for black holes because they are so of a party split down the middle.” agree that mrs may is a serious faster than expected, acquisition of booker group, the curious. we are used to hollywood stockpiling by manufacturers ahead problem with the erg, and clearly images. this is better. it is of brexit helped the uk for them a customs union would be that's more than 3 million times distributor which helps drive down economy grow by 0.3% anathema. i always said from the the size of the earth. the costs of their goods. i think
in the three months to february. beginning we should have had a soft it's been described as a monster better. 0n the one hand, it is a shares in drugmaker indivior at the heart of a galaxy. reinforcing tesco's position as the smudgy thing but what it tells us is brexit compromise, so in a funny way plunged 70% after the us department uk's numberone i feel vindicated that, for the last telescopes all across the world, so important. it was interesting of justice charged it in the antarctic, on volcanoes reinforcing tesco's position as the uk's number one food retailer. i during the press conference to hear them tatking three years, i've been calling for and on the highest mountains, almost said number fun! tesco, the with fraudulent marketing — the softest brexit, and i think we during the press conference to hear them talking about the importance of are heading back in that direction, alleging the firm conducted focused on a galaxy 300 million observations. i am an observational an illicit scheme to increase sales shareholders of tesco will be happy of suboxone film, an opioid drug but i agree there is a real risk of trillion miles away. astrophysicist so i like to test because they have doubled their used to treat opioid addiction. upsetting jacob rees—mogg and the theories with real data. theories they scanned it over a period of ten dividend. seeing pictures of asos are one thing, they progress our indivior has issued an eight page erg, andi upsetting jacob rees—mogg and the erg, and i don't know what their days and, at its centre, now, the story we were talking about knowtedge are one thing, they progress our knowledge of the universe but we have to validate them with what we rebuttal contesting the charges. response will be, but ultimately they found what they believe to be they will have to compromise if they before. indivior, the us drugs can see and this for the first time one of the biggest black holes wa nt in the entire universe. attows can see and this for the first time they will have to compromise if they want brexit. a brexit on their terms company, down over 70% after being allows us to validate our theories of black holes with real data. we clearly doesn't have majority charged by the us department of quite a lot of retail news about support in the commons, so we need a astronomers have used shoutd of black holes with real data. we should explain how this has been a global network of dishes done because they have basically deal, and i take the view that we turned the earth into a huge today. yes, asos posted an 8796 from all across the world justice for illicitly selling opioid and linked them together. drugs. have they come back from tetescope, they have eight need to stay as close as possible, tetescopes around the world and got no single telescope is powerful this? i think it is very difficult them all to work together to find plunge in profits, quite considerable and that's because it enough to see the black hole but, for them to come back from this. in terms of economics, geopolitics by adding together the information this. it is remarkable. the there has a ready been a significant and security, and my area, foreign from each of them, the image chattenge invotved cannot be gradually becomes sharper amount of there has a ready been a significant has faced lots of competition policy, to our european partners. amount of concern geography is important in politics. there has a ready been a significant amount of concern about the sustainability of their profit underptayed. there are eight radio recently. they were trailblazers but margins. i think this could be the until it comes into view. dishes around the world that worked final nail in the coffin. the share now many companies have come online in unison to get these data. the thank you very much indeed. a view this is the nucleus of the galaxy price is down from 400 p over a year reason you needed so many was that to mimic their products. you go shared by many, and certainly not by online and there are glamorous m—87, and this is the first ever you basically needed to get a many more as well. ago to 28p now... i'm really sorry tetescope that was the size of the dresses, tops, jeans, the whole high with me now is our reality check image of a black hole. correspondent, chris morris, earth. we can't build that but we street fashion available to you for to explain the eu timetable over to interrupt, i have to go to the image was unveiled at a news can make one up virtuatty by using the coming months and years. quite decent prices. so you have the there are some big decisions to be conference this afternoon. brussels. leo varadkar. to give the taken here for very good reasons,
different tetescopes. using it feels like really looking effectivety different tetescopes. using effectively a big tetescope means we likes of boohoo trying to mimic it not just whether we want them in united kingdom a little more time can see smatter taken here for very good reasons, notjust whether we want them in or out and went to doe, and the at the gates of hell, effectively a big tetescope means we can see smaller and smaller detaits and it's trying to adapt to a new for the cross—party talks to in the night sky. to be able to marketplace where they have more european elections are six weeks at the end of space and time. players. that is why we have seen away, which is a big stumbling conclude. we can review the resotve in the night sky. to be able to resolve this as an image we needed a the event horizon, block. yes, that is the initial situation in a few months' time. do big tetescope. there are all kinds the point of no return. that profit plunge. however, share of challenges that go with that. price is up today because it has demand from the eu, and there is no that is awe—inspiring to me, understanding of measuring when the been quite confident about the at least, but it's also you think the uk will ever leave tight comes into the different compromise on that whatsoever. those important for physics. tetescopes are precisely knowing the future. tesco, more cheery news? elections take place across the eu now. . . we time at which it is being collected, black holes are objects which have you think the uk will ever leave now... we have to respect the their profits jumped 28%. the ceo such a strong gravitational pull democratic decision of the people of then those data have to be sent to a from may 23—26, and the uk has to that not even light can escape. the united kingdom. i, of course, centrat then those data have to be sent to a central processing unit and put ta ke from may 23—26, and the uk has to take part if it is still a member together to reconstruct an image. state at that stage. if it doesn't, the white ring is gas nicknamed drastic dave because of and pro—european and would love the 0ne together to reconstruct an image. one thing together to reconstruct an image. 0ne thingi for any reason, then the draft that's been superheated. united kingdom to stay. i think together to reconstruct an image. one thing i was reading was that you his sharp goals for four years when it's brighter than all the billions europe would be better with a uk have to take into account the hejoined the staying as a member and i think it his sharp goals for four years when he joined the company. his sharp goals for four years when hejoined the company. he has conclusions for this summit say we'd achieved quite a bit in that time, have to leave, without a deal if of stars in the galaxy put together. would be better for the atmosphere above each tetescope. so staying as a member and i think it would be betterfor the uk but i it is radio data that's being including streamlining jobs and also necessary , have to leave, without a deal if necessary, on june have to leave, without a deal if totally respect the decision of the necessary, onjune the 1st, but even most intriguingly, the picture cottected it is radio data that's being collected and is affected by, say, if the uk does take part and uk meps british people to leave and any the book deal which means tesco are may reveal what happens the water content in the atmosphere to material that falls inside. decision on a second referendum has so across these different sites sit in the first session of the new to bea decision on a second referendum has listing a booker deal and jack‘s, to be a decision for the british around the earth, taking data at parliament, not for us to interfere european parliament, in the i think what's so exciting stightty beginning ofjuly, it raises the is that we are taking our knowledge around the earth, taking data at slightly different times, different atmospheric effects, you have to of black holes, which is really in. the prime minister said she is its rival to aldi and lidl. in question of what then? what kind of not prepared to go beyond the 30th account for that, is a huge focused on the theory, simulations, uk will be at the table? yes, it is simulating how the environment ofjune to remain in the eu. that chattenge. account for that, is a huge challenge. there are two people i'm washington, some of the world's of a black hole looks. thinking of now, einstein, who has biggest banks are up before a decision will be taken out of her had a mention, and the other was still a full member state, and now, having the data, seeing this, hands by the eu 27? i think congressional panel? that is right. donald tusk‘s letter to the members it turns the black hole stephen hawking. what would he have they are due to speak today. into something that you can see, says that means it has to oblige by ultimately that decision lies with made of this? this was his life's michelle joins and there's so much we're they are due to speak today. michellejoins us the obligations it has, but it also the house of commons. the united work too. absolutely, it is sad we they are due to speak today. michelle joins us now from capitol hill. hello. why is this happening? 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keeps all the rights, and there are researchers now plan to take june, it can leave well before that, are not able to hear his voice on questions about what that could a picture of another this amazing image because he had ina june, it can leave well before that, in a matter of weeks. all that is mean, not necessarily under this supermassive black hole, such a good way of making things ceos of some of them world's major this time at the heart required is that he has a commons to prime minister but potentially a banks today? the last time i saw of our own galaxy, and so learn how different one in the future. and we ratify their withdrawal agreement. i understandabte such a good way of making things understandable and making things tangibte to people. to have spent this kind of line—up of american have heard that vociferously from the milky way came into being. hope and trust that the cross—party your life working on black holes and ceos talks will allow that outcome to this kind of line—up of american ce05 of the big banks was in 2009 the french, haven't we, about continue and allow us to do what we misbehaviour, essentially what they understanding them, now we see it when we were in the wake of the are saying when they talk about the are dying to do, which is to get for the first time but it's just too financial crisis. back then, i think tate for the first time but it's just too late for him and it's really sad.“ busy negotiating a new future the only familiar face you will see levels of earnest, serious, sincere and you can find out more. was interesting watching scientists relationship between the uk and the cooperation. it's notjust about today was the ceo ofjp morgan. european union, one that is a very who perhaps not always given to decisions being taken there. there are some big figures who will have since then, the other banks have all strong economic and strong security emotion, but this is a tife's had turnover of who is at the top. "how to see a black hole: partnership. one thing i would like the universe's greatest mystery" to be considered, i know it is under who perhaps not always given to emotion, but this is a life's work. the reason we are seeing this right to be replaced. that's right, a absotutety, it is. to make this changing of the guard after the in a bbc four documentary. project happen it was years in the that's at 9pm tonight. consideration, is the possibility of now, in part, is because the now european election, which happens every five years. the two biggest a customs union being formed between controlled by the democrats and this making, absotutety years, and they has been called by the house now some breaking news involving had to push the technique of the united kingdom and the eu. financial services committee and decisions, on the 1st of november, a speedboat killerjack shepherd. it's they want to ask some questions, been confirmed he is on a flight to ultimately, the european union are bringing together information from new president of the european these different tetescopes, they had commission is to be in place to london, and he has been extradited the biggest trading bloc in the to push the technique to its limit because they were using a slightly amongst them probably questions from georgia. you may remember he about donald trump's reversals two replacejean—claude world, trading more than schreiner, shorter wavelength than is normally commission is to be in place to replace jean—claude juncker, and a a bigger population than the us. in month later, december the 1st, a new used, they had to bring in new some things affecting the banks. was arrested there and has been held expect to hear some of that and the world, it's in the interest of president of the european council to in prison. in fact, there is a atgorithms used, they had to bring in new algorithms and processing replace donald tusk. those are techniques, so it wasn't easy. and questions about the nature of then the data started to be capitalism and the types are lending decisions that all eu member states the world, it's in the interest of the uk to be part of that block. i photograph, this photograph has been these banks are doing, what kind of will have to take, but importantly cottected then the data started to be collected in i think earty released by george and prison then the data started to be collected in i think early 2017 and investments they are making, if they showing him being taken to the here we are two years later and they are decisions which can, if think understanding the uk couldn't should be lending to companies, for finatty here we are two years later and finally we have the results. the necessary , they are decisions which can, if necessary, be taken by a qualified bea think understanding the uk couldn't be a silent partner in such an example, that don't necessarily majority. they don't have to be airport. the 31—year—old went on the
data that were collected at the address climate change. the other arrangement and would need a say in south pole had to be transported run airport. the 31—year—old went on the run before his trial when he was unanimous. i've just spoken to one manuatty back to the processing thing from the republican side, they found guilty of manslaughter decisions being made. tonight around centre, and then you have to wait following a speedboat crash on the the table will you be arguing for a may ask questions about whether senior eu official who said, we've for the winter to end so that you looked at this carefully, and over river thames which killed charlotte banks lend to gun makers. this has long extension? inaudible can get the physical connection, so the next year, not beyond that, brown. they were on a first date there are all kinds of amazing been something that has come up in there are not many big things that i will hear what people have to say. things that came together to work together. after months in hiding in for this. this isjust the the wake of the high school shooting even a recalcitrant uk could veto. the first person to speak will be things that came together to work for this. this is just the start, in florida, where bank of america together. after months in hiding in to police it, he handed himself into presumabty you will want to took at was amongst those who said they police and was jailed for three theresa may, she will make a att presumabty you will want to took at all the data. there must be other wouldn't lend to people who made but that point about recalcitrance presentation, she will take isa but that point about recalcitrance is a real feel for months and is now on his way back to questions and i suppose the key military grade weapons for but that point about recalcitrance is a realfeel for some but that point about recalcitrance is a real feel for some countries, and the french are getting pretty thing we want to know from her is images, i guess. absolutely. one of the uk having been extradited. we my colleagues is working on this civilians. it's interesting, the what the plan is and what the will have more on that later. president donald trump has been very heavyin and the french are getting pretty heavy in terms of what they say we project and is in the brussels prospects are. until we have heard vocal about taking the red tape away stagecoach has been disqualified conference at the moment and i can't from bidding for three rail what she has to say, it is hard to wait to talk to him about it. he's from banks. are we likely to see needin heavy in terms of what they say we need in place. yes, and it's a franchises because of its refusal to put more money make that judgment. i been running simutations wait to talk to him about it. he's been running simulations to took at anything concrete come out of this question notjust of the length of what she has to say, it is hard to predictions that could be matched to into a pension scheme. make thatjudgment. i have an open mind on whether it is short or long. hearing today? any potential extension but the term these observations. it is just the is attached, i think that's one the company, which was shortlisted for the east midlands, start and you are absolutely right, i think people don't expect policy reason why we might be in for quite south eastern and west coast routes, can you trust her to deliver this is a new way to study btack says it is "extremely changes. what you are likely to see a long night tonight as concerned" by the department hotes reason why we might be in for quite along night tonight as these things are thrashed out. one thing coming anything now? inaudible this is a new way to study btack holes and the question is where do some of these buses facing some for transport‘s decision. none of them have gone through, she we go from here? this is the start. tough questions. the hearing has up are thrashed out. one thing coming up in the agenda fast, a new stagecoach had refused to shoulder tells you one thing and then just got under way, you are starting the long—term pension liabilities, you will never forget where you were european commission, and the member knowing that the pensions regulator another? i think she is doing her states have to start proper has warned that up to when you saw that. right here. thank to hear prepared remarks from these best. i don't have a majority of my £6 billion was needed. negotiations about the next eu parliament either, so i understand you so much forjoining us, lucie budget. there are always massive how difficult it can be to get ceos. to hear prepared remarks from these ce05. in the its shares had fallen by almost green, on what is such an historic to hear prepared remarks from these ceos. in the q&a, to hear prepared remarks from these ce05. in the q&a, there might be disagreements, because it's about things through parliament but i fireworks later on. the tone has money. it's the budget for a seven 10% in early trading. the bbc‘s transport correspondent, think that's other countries in definitely been very humble in the year period from 21 to 27. that europe, including ireland, have more moment. now to brexit. ofa tom burridge, joins me now. case of the chief executive of decision would have to be taken europe, including ireland, have more of a tradition of political parties working together and compromising. unanimously, but probably the final
morgan stanley, where they received vote on that wouldn't be until after what has gone on here? it sounds taxpayer helping the bailout. jp the british approach to politics is technical, but what it comes down to much more adversarial and i'm not in the next few hours, a year has gone by. that's why i is the broad principle, that when a morgan ceo talking about what the think donald tusk is saying, we can sure on balance that's in the uk's eu leaders will meet in brussels rail franchise is let, for an emergency summit to discuss bank did to contribute to the return long term interests. a further postponement to brexit. to health in terms of its role in cope with the extension he is is the broad principle, that when a railfranchise is let, where the prime minister, theresa may, suggesting, up to a year. but, is the broad principle, that when a rail franchise is let, where does the risk life? is it predominantly thank you. so, leo varadkar saying the risk life? is it predominantly the government or the rail company? wants a delay until the end ofjune, the financial crisis. we have heard overall, there is just he wants to hear what theresa may in the hope of securing the financial crisis. we have heard the citigroup ceo talking of the suggesting, up to a year. but, overall, there isjust the suggesting, up to a year. but, overall, there is just the fear that they've spent enough time on exit the opposition support by has, as far as a plan, for a withdrawal agreement that bank being smaller and safer than it already and they don't want to be partiament has rejected three times. the government or the rail company? by disqualifying stagecoach from he wants to hear what theresa may has, as faras a plan, if he wants to hear what theresa may has, as far as a plan, if there is but the european council president, was. i think one of the questions spending time on brexit at summit going to be granting of an extension donatd tusk, has advised them these franchise bidding processes, these franchise bidding processes, to approve a longer extension that came out after the financial the government is making a stand and after summit. they want to move on saying, actually, when it comes to to avoid rotting month to month crisis was whether these banks were crises, which would force britain too big to fail and lawmakers found to other things. i think there is a to take part in next month's untiljune 30. the french president pensions, the companies, the train emmanuel macron earlier said, it is european etections. that their policies were unable to real concern among some member operators have to be liable. there if all 27 eu leaders do not states, how long can they allow this now time to take a decision. he was agree to an extension, help because of the spill—over isa britain is due to leave effects that happened as a result operators have to be liable. there is a deficit within railway without a deal on friday. to go on without resolution? pensions, a considerable sum of some of the troubles of these banks talking as he was arriving in 0urfirst report comes money, i'm not sure how much, but from our political correspondent at that time. ok, it will be iain watson. asummary of hundreds of million pounds, big brussels a little earlier. he has it doesn't quite seem interesting to see what is said a summary of the big issues that earlier said, as far as i'm like taking back controt. it's here in brussels, not later on. thank you very much, have to be thrashed out at the sums, and the train companies, at westminster, that a key decision table, with the 27 in dinner later, especially stagecoach, but this is a concerned, nothing should be taken about the uk's future will be made. michelle. let's look at the markets. for granted. the other equally wider issue, are saying, actually, before theresa may really has an theresa may will ask idea as to what it is she is being the leaders of the other 27 we can't be held responsible for eu states for a further, the ftse in fairly negative offered in of an extension. short delay to brexit that type of risk. it's not fair. territory, pretty flat. 0ne thank you very much. the government says, these are the significant leader to appear in until 30th june. let's stay with brexit now, brussels, angela merkel, the german the ftse in fairly negative territory, pretty flat. one of the big fall as today is individor, one because talks between labour rules, this is the way it's been. chancellor, said it was very but the decision will and the conservatives are scheduled important uk prepare to participate be theirs, not hers. to resume after theresa may the rail industry suggest to me that returns from the eu summit. of the drugmakers after illicit it follows five days of talks in the past it wasn't really like in the european parliamentary speaker: craig tracey. between the government that, and they thought, even though elections in may as it asks for a and labour officials, they didn't have clarity, but aimed at breaking further delay for its departure to but before departing for brussets, the brexit impasse. theresa may was asked why selling of the drug. it plunged 72% 0ur chief political correspondent, vicki young, ultimately the buck stopped on she was reluctant simpty is at westminster for us. pensions with the government. the european union. she says it's
to leave the eu on friday. to date is that we will talk more about that later on. ok, thank you. very important the uk prepares for i believe that a conservative government will make customers will wonder, what happens? the eu elections to stop that is the a success of whatever the situation is in relation just want to are we getting any clear idea as to latest from brussels. huw edwards is to brexit, but i still believe show you a shot from brussels. it does come down to passengers. therefore us right now and will that actually the best brexit emmanuel macron has just arrived, how these talks have gone? not firstly, what we are now looking at bringing you the news at five. that for the uk is to be able to leave in an orderly way, the french president. this is for really. both sides are being is the end of virgin trains. to be is it from your afternoon live team the french president. this is for to be able to leave with a deal. the talks, the eu 27, leaders of eu positive, saying they've gone into the draft conclusions of what the eu fair, virgin trains had been a today, just to leave you with the much more detail. i think there were weather with lucy. hello. leaders will decide have four or five hours of discussions fairly successful operator. virgin already been circulated. countries, who are expected to offer trains is stagecoach and virgin. yesterday with different cabinet virgin is the brand and stagecoach these suggest that a brexit a longer delayed to brexit to ministers present, but there is a good deal of dry weather and for detay will be agreed, still the problem for both sides but the exact date theresa may. she wants to postpone many of us some sunshine breaking that are doing a deal with the other is the financial clout, a big will be left blank. transport company. they've done a through. good spells of sunshine the date the uk leaves the eu from will cause uproar in own party. in a letter to eu leaders, the president of friday to the 30th ofjune. but pretty good job. they've run it here. as we go through this evening the european council, donatd tusk, says that in addition labour have a sizeable chunk of mps and overnight, holding on to some to theresa may's request, donald tusk, the european council who want a second referendum on since 1997, the west coast main clear spells. a bit more cloud they should discuss an alternative, president is urging the other 27 tonger extension of up to a year. brexit and, on the other side, the line, train from london to starting to feed into the north—east leaders to back a flexible extension manchester, glasgow, other places in of scotland. but under clear skies, idea for the government talking to this is what theresa may said of up toa between, a pretty good job. they've leaders to back a flexible extension of up to a year and with conditions. jeremy corbyn at all hasn't gone it is going to be a chilly night. about that only last month. it is those conditions that theresa exponentially increased the number down particularly well. on top of i am not prepared to delay brexit that, theresa may saying she wants a of passengers taking route. in terms away from the north of scotland, are any further than 30th june. of passengers taking route. in terms of passengers taking route. in terms may will be addressing and talking of passenger satisfaction, they are near the top. they haven't caused widespread for us dipping below but her brexit secretary says short extension to article 50, a about a little later on. you can see short extension to article 50, a freezing for many foster chilly but something has changed. short delay to brexit, and she may bright start to the day tomorrow. end up with a much longer one, which if there were an extension the outriders in the background, a many negative headlines. they've had there could be some frost around beyond 30th june, their problems, but linked to this the key is that we terminate will infuriate some in the first thing. cloud tending to fairly regular flow of leaders conservative party. let's speak to is the collapse of the east coast increase for northern ireland, that as soon as we have main line, which was again run by a north—eastern parts of scotland, arriving for that crucial meeting, conservative party. let's speak to conservative mp simon hart. what here it could be thick enough for the key is that we can terminate as far as brexit is concerned. any would you feel about a long delay of the odd spot of rain or drizzle. that as soon as we have one of them could veto the decision nine months or a year?” virgin stagecoach partnership, and that collapsed the year before last. more cloud filtering into eastern that partiamentary deat. some of theresa may's own mps would you feel about a long delay of nine months or a year? i think it fills everybody with dread. either i think that is symptomatic of the parts of england. best of the
are furious that she's tooking and that would then mean that the uk sunshine the further west you are, for a further delay to brexit. because they are bored of it or is heading for a departure from the temperature is not up to much, a her erstwhite atties northern ireland's dup have because they are bored of it or franchising system. there is a rail said it's humitiating. because they are worried about the review going on at the moment, with eu before the postponement and on uncertainty it creates. i think most maximum of 9—12. as we move into the former boss of british airways but for some brexiteers, friday, a bit more in the way of every potiticat ctoud friday first we will take you back sane uncertainty it creates. i think most sane people would rather any other has a silver lining. to brussels a little later on. cloud. there will be some sunny outcome. by the way, that also spells and we hold onto that cool they think it could give enough time you're watching afternoon live. saying the franchising system in its applies to the pm, but the trouble feel as we move into the start of for the prime minister to be deposed and replaced with a new leader children dealing with mental health is, so long as you've got a group of current guise is dead and buried. problems in england face he's got to come up with an answer the weekend. bye—bye. who'tt give the party a new a postcode lottery when it comes 25 rebels on one side and the same sense of direction. to getting the help they need, by autumn of how to fix it. i think on the other side and a majority of ctearty for the party, it gives it according to a new report. what we are seeing today is a a chance to come together, the study, by children's less than ten, there are very few symptom of how the system in its commissioner anne longfield, for a new leader to really listen says spending on services options available. if people want for children with anxiety current form isn't really working. to what the different parts of or depression has fallen by a third the headache to go away, they have the conservative party are saying. in some parts of england. to agree the deal and deal with the i certainly think that it isn't seen as flexible enough. in most people believe that our health correspondent bits that they don't like, if they new leader must be a leaver, sophie hutchinson reports. the might of the industry, it is putting too much risk on them as the a brexiteer if you like, a mindfulness lesson for these children, to help can, during the political with some good solid credentiats. with the pressures of life. declaration, the next bit. what do franchise, which normally lasts about eight years. these opposition politicians are not you think of your party, your the prime minister's but for those suffering from government speaking to labour about usuat potiticat friends. low—level depression or anxiety, this? do you think there is any people across britain but if she's going to get a deal school counsellors and drop—in with conditions like dementia centres are thought to be helpful. and parkinson's disease could be chance of a deal? i don't think missing out on big discounts today, however, a report there is much chance of a deal, but in their council tax. through parliament quickty, by the children's commissioner has residents with severe mental warned that access to that there is much chance of a deal, but there may be gestures going around. impairments shouldn't she will need labour support, have to pay council tax, help is patchy. but campaigners say differences and that will require the report shows large regional but i think there is not much chance in how local authorities handle compromise on both sides. the process is too confusing. variations in the amount spent ofa but i think there is not much chance our consumer affairs correspondent we have a mountain to climb, by local authorities on low—level of a deal because, if you work jeremy corbyn, you'd want to be able colletta smith reports. of that there's no doubt. to blame everything that goes wrong but this is a process that should mental health support. hi, thomas. what's for tea tonight? have started two years ago. thomas is doing more to help his mum at last it has. the most is almost £18 in the country on the government, out at home at the moment, per child in london. and therefore you don't necessarily it will be very difficult, but compare that to around wa nt because she's doing more and therefore you don't necessarily want to be a joint owner of this
of that there's no doubt. £7 in the south—east, to help her mum. but there's a desire and the lowest is around just £5 particular project, sol across the house of commons want to be a joint owner of this particular project, so i can see why is this the salad? to reach an agreement. in the east of england. we just need to add there is some token engagement, no but the closer theresa may moves that means that children and parents more than that. the overall question the sweet potatoes. to labour, the more she might annoy sian's mum pat has dementia, can't rely on what is there. many of her own about, do we talk to the opposition, which means sharon and her siblings resttess backbenchers. are in charge of herfinances. detaying brexit avoids teaving so there is funding available the eu without a deal on friday. andl about, do we talk to the opposition, and i think the hysteria has been centrally, but it is being left following her diagnosis, but it doesn't make getting a deal any easier. to local authorities and to local blown out of proportion on that. we had a visit with the memory iain watson, bbc news, westminster. health ccgs, to decide clinic in north wales, how much is spent. governments always talk to the and they said, "what are i want much, much more opposition. david cameron dented you doing about benefits?" over syria. we talk to plaid cymru, scrutiny nationally. so they told me about 0ur chief potiticat correspondent vicki young but while some parts of the country the snp, all these parties. the council tax exemption, is at westminster. which i had no idea existed. are spending a lot less, over syria. we talk to plaid cymru, the snp, allthese parties. it's normal, but i think the public the report did find overall spending expects us to talk to everybody else it's thought that tens of thousands of people across the uk don't on services, like counsellors, in parliament to see if we can get a the next 2a hours are crucial. realise that they shouldn't be had risen by 17%. negotiated settlement, rather than paying council tax. the aim of low—level support just bellowing at each other in the that's why, here in denbigh is to prevent illness the next 24 hours are crucial. not many people thinking theresa may is and across wales, they have decided from escalating and the need chamber. but, if the deadline goes going to get what she is requesting, to advertise the exemption more, for hospital admissions. away and it becomes the 1st of which is a short detay to just have one standardised form, going to get what she is requesting, which is a short delay to brexit, it is clearly much better december or next march, what we have much more likely it will be a longer and to give people their money back, one, and she said in the house of to support a young person seen december or next march, what we have seen here is that people were when problems first emerge, focusing their minds because of the right up to the point commons that as prime minister that woutdn't commons that as prime minister that rather than waiting for a long time. ha rd focusing their minds because of the that they were first diagnosed. wouldn't be something she could hard deadline. if that goes away, i mean, we hear about children whose where is the incentive to get it accept. wouldn't be something she could a cce pt. lots wouldn't be something she could accept. lots of question marks about problems have got worse sian managed to get help here, and they have dropped out of school, sorted? the initial incentive will her future, at her mum's local citizens advice. accept. lots of question marks about herfuture, she accept. lots of question marks about her future, she has accept. lots of question marks about herfuture, she has obviously accept. lots of question marks about and that means one of their parents they say a lot of people her future, she has obviously said she would stand down as leader if she would stand down as leader if she gets this first part of the might have to leave work be may the 22nd, because its moment are put off by the term and look after them. after which we have to field eu "severe mental impairment". brexit process through. that's stitt it can have devastating effects on the whole family. it's not a nice term, really, not looking likely at the moment. the government insists election candidates, and that is a and that's something that we discuss real concern for some people as to and meanwhite, not looking likely at the moment. it is focusing on early help, with people when we are talking and mea nwhite, those not looking likely at the moment. and meanwhite, those tatks not looking likely at the moment. and meanwhite, those talks with labour continue. both sides say they particularly in schools, how that looks, and whether that is about whether they may
are constructive and going to quite and that its plans will allow 70,000 qualify or be eligible, are constructive and going to quite a tot of detail but no sign of a more children a year to have access to specialist mental health care the equivalent of saying brexit is dead so i think there is an interim to encourage them to make the claim. breakthrough as yet. i'm joined by in the next few years. sophie hutchinson, bbc news. moment that will concentrate minds after a long campaign the former party leader iain about the differences duncan—smith who is with me now to but, going back to my original between councils, money—saving discuss this. theresa may, it looks comment, the problem we have is that time for a look at the weather. experts are now calling for england tikety, discuss this. theresa may, it looks likely, will end up with a much here's lucy martin. there are so many entrenched views and scotland to follow hello there. that it's almost impossible to see tonger extension to article 50 than how anything else can happen but an the example set here in wales. she wants and presumably than you extended delay and then we may be wa nt she wants and presumably than you want as well. obviously we wait and a lot of dry weather today it's likely scotland and some sunny spells will follow suit soon, but the real work has to be see what councit decides but they breaking through for most. done on england. this photo sent in earlier into leadership situations or even, james brokenshire, the minister have already pretty much indicated a from cumbria, you can tong extension. the problem is she see some good spells much against my betterjudgment, on this, i am calling upon him into a situation where the only didn't get to vote for a tong of sunshine above the water here. option left standing is around a extension tike didn't get to vote for a tong extension like that going on until the dry weather is thanks to look at what wales is doing, the end of the year or the same time because the law is exactly the same to this area of high confirmatory vote from the public, next year. we have this nightmare of in england and wales. everything that wales pressure sitting across scandinavia. european elections in the midst of is doing, england could do, we're dragging in cool air because parliament has failed in its but it's leaving people, att european elections in the midst of all of this where the prime minister some of the most vulnerable has said endtessty we will not fight from the north and east duty to resolve this. i've voted in society, in the dark. against it and i will continue to do european elections. att has said endtessty we will not fight area of high—pressure. so, but i can see how it would be european elections. all the time, no deat european elections. all the time, no deal is better than a bad deal, yet you can see we are firmly the scottish local authorities say they are keen to learn we have got rid of any end stops at from best practice, in that blue colour, the last game in town. thank you and the english local government the moment so we could end up very much. i think that is the view association told us that councils fighting european elections and may should support those who meet be two months tater we would no that chillier feel to things and temperatures here, that a longer extension would a bit below average. tonger be two months tater we would no longer be in the european union so through this evening and overnight, mean that all sides, who have been the eligibility criteria. we have just spent £100 million. i a good deal of clear pushing for different outcomes, under the new welsh system, would feel their option could be think we are getting close to the spells and dry weather, sian will now be able to claim back back on the table, not to mention three years' of council tax payments point where the cabinet witt we will see a bit more cloud feeding think we are getting close to the point where the cabinet will have to the big issue of theresa may's make some choices about reatty where into the north and east of scotland, leadership, and people openly since her mum was first diagnosed. the conservative party and but under clear spells government is actually going. i talking about who her successor by having those extra we are looking at a funds available, that's
think that is pretty criticat. chilly night to come. might be. away from the north of scotland, going to make it so much easier, government is actually going. i think that is pretty critical. are a fairly widespread frost, people across britain you suggesting she could say tonight the temperatures dipping with conditions like dementia and parkinson's disease could be to be able to get the extra help if she needs it. i will not accept a tong extension below freezing for many. missing out on big discounts and we go without a deal and leave in their council tax. colette smith, bbc news, in denbigh. looks like a chilly start tomorrow, residents with severe mental on friday, or do you think that impairments shouldn't have to pay council tax, isn't possible, especiatty but campaigners say differences on friday, or do you think that isn't possible, especially as partiament isn't possible, especially as parliament has shown it won't accept but for many there will be some in how local authorities handle stalking and harassment offences the process is too confusing. are not being properly that? i think it is wholly proper investigated by police, 0ur consumer affairs correspondent, a report pubished by and reasonable for the prime minister is to say i asked for a brightness and sunshine around, colletta smith, reports. her majesty's inspectorate more cloud in northern ireland of constabulary has found. moving through the day. the first of its kind, very specific extension, i don't hi, thomas. the probe was commissioned wa nt very specific extension, i don't more cloud for north—eastern what's for tea tonight? want to fight the european scotland, where it could be thick thomas is doing more to help his mum after the murder of 19—year—old elections, that gives usjust enough enough for the odd spot of drizzle. time to resolve a few issues. but if out at home at the moment, shana grice, who reported her they say, no, you have to have a because she's doing more ex—boyfriend to officers five some more cloud feeding to help her mum. times in six months — tong extension with all sorts of is this the salad? but was fined for caveats, i think she has every right into eastern england as well. we just need to add wasting police time. the sweet potatoes. to say that my parliament has not temperatures between nine michael lane is now serving a 25 given the mandate for that and and 13 celsius, best sian's mum pat has dementia, year sentence for her murder. of the sunshine in the west. therefore cannot accept that and if which means sharon and her siblings three police officers are now facing i accept that i will be going are in charge of herfinances. here's how the pressure chart looks against the will of parliament sol have to tell you no, but i'm happy from thursday into friday, following her diagnosis, disciplinary action. we had a visit with the memory to take some kind of adjusted high—pressure still dominating, clinic in north wales, process for the next month or two keeping those weather fronts at bay and they said, "what are here with me now is the sussex police and crime commissioner, katy months white we get deals through so further dry weather you doing about benefits?" but i will not spend any longer and bourne and jayne bravery, so they told me about who was stalked by her to come moving into friday. the council tax exemption, former partner. we will not fight european thank you for coming in. katie, you elections. she has said she will friday bringing more cloudy skies, which i had no idea existed. areas of cloud but also sunny it's thought that tens of thousands spells breaking through. stand down if her deat goes through. of people across the uk don't are the crime commissioner and also realise that they shouldn't be peopte stand down if her deat goes through. people are openty tatking stand down if her deat goes through. people are openty talking about the the victim of stalking yourself. s. next teader people are openty talking about the next leader of the conservative not feeling particularly warm, paying council tax. party. that's the problem for her, that's why, here in denbigh however, temperatures are cooler and across wales, they have decided isn't it? should she sooner rather
on that eastern coast, to advertise the exemption more, so you, among many people, are than tater? eight or nine celsius with maximum to just have one standardised form, going, what is going on? why are isn't it? should she sooner rather than later? we all know the prime of 11—12 celsius on friday. minister has agreed to go, i was in and to give people their money back, police getting this wrong so often? discussions with her and she has that takes us into the weekend, right up to the point givena discussions with her and she has given a period for that. she has high—pressure still over scandinavia that they were first diagnosed. i commissioned this inspection. as a hinged it to the passage or and continuing to drag sian managed to get help here, police and crime commissioner, it is ratification of a deal. but i think one tool in my armoury. it is the in the cool feed of air. at her mum's local citizens advice. the reality now is that is becoming the weekend is still looking they say a lot of people first time many pccs in the country the reality now is that is becoming the firm date for departure, the end are put off by the term like it's going to be chilly. "severe mental impairment". commissioned a specific of may/june, because to have a it's not a nice term, really, investigation, and it's because i some dry weather to be had as well leadership contest in the and that's something that we discuss wa nted conservative party is going to take and some sunny spells, with people when we are talking investigation, and it's because i wanted to see what improvements the better part of, i would think, sussex police were making, and the turning windier in the west about whether they may ten or“ qualify or be eligible, inspection shows that in three years as we move into sunday. they have made improvements, they the better part of, i would think, ten or 11 weeks and that will take to encourage them to make the claim. you to the autumn. this thing is good deal of dry weather after a long campaign are on a journey, but it's not for the next few days but feeling going to have to happen. the about the differences perfect. but the worrying part is it that bit cooler with temperatures question really is, how do we get are slightly below average. between councils, money—saving shows that some forces are not even goodbye. through this process with an end experts are now calling for england on that path yet, so they are stop in it. the answer we are coming and scotland to follow letting down victims. for the family back to is either we get a deal the example set here in wales. through them or leave without a deal of shana grice, this progress is too but with some other arrangement, a it's likely scotland will follow suit soon, late. my heart goes out to her period in which we have an but the real work has to be involvement with them, we are happy done on england. pa rents, late. my heart goes out to her to do all of that, an arrangement parents, just dreadful what james brokenshire, the minister happened. myjob like that was put forward. leaving parents, just dreadful what happened. my job is on this, i am calling upon him parents, just dreadful what happened. myjob is to ensure that the police deliver policing in the with no withdrawal agreement doesn't mean leaving without an agreement to look at what wales is doing, because the law is exactly the same and the european union may well have right way, because they are acutely to focus on that as being the best in england and wales. aware of the consequences when of what is left. do you look now and everything that wales stalking doesn't get the right is doing, england could do, but it's leaving people, response. i am think we could have left a couple of some of the most vulnerable stalking doesn't get the right response. iam holding stalking doesn't get the right response. i am holding their feet to
the fire on this, and there is a weeks ago? we could have been out of in society, in the dark. the eu by now and that hasn't the scottish local authorities say willingness there from the chief co nsta ble willingness there from the chief happened, has it? but has let down they are keen to learn constable downwards to make this lots of people who voted for brexit. from best practice, and the english local government i have to tell you something response better. it's a difficult association told us that councils subject to talk about, and yet it interesting, up until the 29th of should support those who meet seems to be more and more reported march most constituents and people i the eligibility criteria. met were kind of vaguely aware of what was going on. they knew there under the new welsh system, on in the papers. we were talking about it on this programme sian will now be able to claim back yesterday. do you get the feeling was and the rest of it but they three years' of council tax payments didn't know the specific details of who voted for what and what exactly since her mum was first diagnosed. that the police are taking this was on offer but one thing they did by having those extra know was that they were promised we seriously? i think they are now. we re funds available, that's know was that they were promised we were leaving on the 29th of march. i going to make it so much easier, when my case first started out, i have noticed since that date a real to be able to get the extra eruption of anger from people who help if she needs it. didn't receive a particularly good have never really questioned me colette smith, bbc news, in denbigh. before on it, why haven't we left? service. at what point did you go to because the date was very clear to the police? i meant to go to them kirsty good from the money them. it is a lesson to all saving expert website is with us in the studio. petitions. if you make a commitment many times. my story began in 2007 like this you have to really stick to it. we should have told the and the conviction took place in european union this was a commitment good to see you. let's talk about 2017, so there were many times i under article 50, either we leave on severe mental impairment, because it reported it to the police, but it that date with an arrangement or is who qualifies for that that's at wasn't until 2015, despite numerous without an arrangement, because they have been utterly inflexible and the the heart of this. to be severely reports to the police, that they problem is really theirs. there actually took it seriously, and influx ability on the withdrawal mentally impaired is a diagnosis agreement has meant that the from your doctor, so i can't give that's because i was keeping a re cord backstop has killed any chance of that's because i was keeping a record of all the instances that the prime minister getting a deal
you a list of conditions. conditions took place, of which there were many through. even now it is not too late like dementia, alzheimer's, but if they play stupid games, and over the years, and the final by the way, it is not me, germany is catalyst was when i found a tracker parkinson's, some stroke victims may saying that, the new elected head of be diagnosed severely mentally on my car, and it was at that point the christian democratic union has impaired. to be severely mentally that the police then decided to take said, why aren't we negotiating alternative arrangements to get rid impaired, it means you have a it seriously. this was involving the of the backstop? they are very significant loss of cognitive and social functioning which appears to critical of the commission. they are be permanent. so you are very father of your child. yes. and under the hatchet as well tonight and it will be interesting to see what happens. iain duncan-smith, poorly, basically, and they often thank you. everyone waits for that see people who are housebound, they since, the change in attitude... can't do everyday tasks any more, when you first went to the police, and the expectation is theresa may will come back to the house of how was the attitude? well, the commons to report back as she usually does after eu summits but you are diagnosed as smi. and some could face an awful lot of anger stocking that i experienced was from her own side if she has agreed councils are better than others at mainly using our son as a weapon to a much longer delay to brexit. vicki helping financially. yes, we did a use to harass and stalk me, and the big investigation in 2017, a mystery response from the police was that shopper exercise, and two thirds of young, thank you. talk to you later. this was a civil matter and not a criminal matter, and when you look black hole, brexit, everything councils gave us wrong information covered. now the weather, lucy, what about discounts. it's a really at the instances stand alone, they is going on? simple thing to claim, but the have you heard about the major winter storm in parts of america? confusion around it is extraordinary, and we really want to do appear to be a civil matter, but get rid of that confusion for if they had linked up all of those no. glad you said that, let me show you. people. and it could be thousands of incidences you would have been able to see a pattern of harassment and you can see this cloud working in pounds. yes, if you are eligible for over a cross you can see this cloud working in over across the rocky mountains, a stalking earlier. and stalking is a 2596
rapidly deepening area of low pounds. yes, if you are eligible for 25% discount, it's worth around £a00 per year. if you live on your own pressure and as it moves towards the crime. yes, for several years now, planes you can see we have strong and you are diagnosed smi, you are and it's getting police forces to winds spiralling around this area of understand, officers on the front totally exempt, so it's thousands of low pressure, snow on the northern line, the difference between flank, also the risk of some pounds. crucially, if you can get harassment and stalking. there is no thunderstorms, they could be severe, the smi pounds. crucially, if you can get the sm! discount backdated, we have legal definition, so sometimes the and some wildfires as well with seen the sm! discount backdated, we have seen people get a cheque for 9000 —— victim don't even realise are being stalked. and difficult for the those strong winds. 9000 £500. that money is so crucial is that unusual this time of year? police sometimes to understand. yes, fairly unusual but what is unusual for these people. it helps them stay and we are using an acronym in about this is that it could be fairly deep. unusually deep. in their homes that bit longer, rather than having to go into formal sussex, f 0 you are, so if the right. that means trouble up there? behaviour is obsessive, unwanted, care. i know you've been getting repeated, it is unwanted to e—mails around some of the practices exactly. northern parts of the councils are displaying not coming planes, northern parts of the with the money. yes, and we don't stalking, so come forward to the police because they will take it rockies could see around 30—60 seriously. we also have a local centimetres of snow, adding in the think they are doing anything advocacy service we work with malicious, it's just a strong winds, blizzard conditions so think they are doing anything malicious, it'sjust a bit victims, and jane has been part of the potential for some disruption. think they are doing anything malicious, it's just a bit naff, think they are doing anything malicious, it'sjust a bit naff, but it stops people getting the that service and has received that, we will keep an eye on those events. and it is really important locally discount. this morning, i've read what about closer to home? what is e—mails from our users are saying, that we've got this service, because happening? my counsel told me i couldn't get closer to home is a much more this because got too much in savings victims need somebody they can sit settled picture, we have high down with who understands what they pressure in charge, so there will be rubbish, that doesn't matter. 0ne are going through who can help them more in the way of dry weather to through the process. you mentioned gentleman e—mailed to say that he's come, although it is looking fairly chilly over the next few days. we been told he can't get it because he that you wrote things down. that's important, isn't it? yes, i kept a ta ke chilly over the next few days. we take a look at our satellite picture lives with his wife, and he can only
here. there is some sunshine around get it if he lives with his carer, diary of all the events, and that and also some areas of cloud, which is extraordinary, because very was used to help get a history of particularly for north—east england. often the wife will be the carer, so you can see it has brightened up it doesn't matter who you live with, everything that was happening to me here and as we move through the rest you can get the discount. it's and my son. how has it changed your of the afternoon there is not a great deal to show you on the map really, really sad when you read because there is further dry weather these e—mails, because they are to come, good spells of sunshine, a life, your behaviour? it's had a living in really difficult circumstances, and it needs to be a fairly nagging north—easterly wind, devastating effect on me, my family and that's taking the edge off the straightforward process.“ temperatures, particularly for circumstances, and it needs to be a straightforward process. if one part and my son, and i... i eastern coastal areas and across the of the country gets it right, it's south of the uk, it is fairly breezy devastating effect on me, my family here. the temperature is not wales. big up to wales! they've been and my son, and i... lam constantly particularly impressive for the time living in a state of fear. i can't of year, between nine and 13 fantastic. when we released the report, they started working with us celsius. going through this evening on how to improve things in wales, even rememberthe living in a state of fear. i can't and overnight with some clear even remember the last time i slept through the entire night. i have to the welsh government at all 22 local sleep with my light on. i've put so spells, it is looking like a chilly councils in wales, and they've now night to come, more in the way of cloud feeding into northern parts of much security on at my home, lots of adopted one form, a standardised scotland, and also from the west form, and they standardised their lights, so that i can turn them on into parts of northern ireland, a policy on backdating, because at the and off on my phone, because i am moment it's a postcode lottery bit more cloud for eastern parts of whether you get it backdated, but if too fearful to get out of bed to see england. but where we have clearer if he's trying to break in. security you live in wales and you've got smi skies it is looking chilly. there is and you qualify for the discount, cameras, all kinds of things are in a chance of widespread frost away place at my home now to keep me as you can have council tax backdated from the far north of scotland. so, safe as i possibly can, and to to the point of diagnosis. thank you cool start of the day tomorrow, for some of us it will be frosty, you very much for coming in.
reduce my anxiety, but you do live may need to scrape the windscreen if you are in the car. some cloud now it's time for a look ina at the weather with lucy martin. reduce my anxiety, but you do live in a constant state of fear, and further to the north and east of scotland, chance of one or two sharp a good deal of dry weather today and although the conviction has now been showers in the afternoon here, dealt with, it is a lifetime for many of us, some sunshine turning cloudier across the west for sentence for the victim, because northern ireland, could be thick breaking through. this photo sent in enough for the odd spot of drizzle that state of fear doesn't go. and but across england and wales a good bya breaking through. this photo sent in by a weather watcher in cumbria. deal of dry weather and the best of good spells of sunshine here. as we the brightness found further west. that state of fear doesn't go. and thatis that state of fear doesn't go. and that is why it is important that temperature is fairly disappointing for the time of year. high pressure go through this evening and overnight, we hold onto some clear this is approached properly. yes, is still with us as we move into spells, some cloud feeding into it's important that police and other friday, keeping those weather fronts north—east scotland. under clear skies, it will be a chilly night. agencies understand it, the at bay. but it is also continuing to away from the north of scotland, a prosecutors, the magistrates, everybody, and victim services drag in the cool air. 0n at bay. but it is also continuing to drag in the cool air. on friday, it fairly widespread for us to come, themselves. of you both to come and is looking like a largely dry picture, bit more in the way of temperatures dipping below freezing for many. a chilly but bright start talk about it. thank you for that. cloud perhaps, but there will still to the day tomorrow. there could be be some sunny spells. areas of some frost around first thing. cloud cloud. temperatures again not increase in the northern ireland, you're watching afternoon live. particularly warm. highs of between north—eastern parts of scotland, here it could be thick enough for the odd spot of rain or drizzle. a 9-11 at a third baby has died particularly warm. highs of between 9—11 at perhaps 12 celsius, and the at a maternity hospital chilly air mass is with us still as bit more cloud filtering into in glasgow after contracting a rare blood infection. eastern parts of england. best of the local health board says that we move into the weekend. high the sunshine further west, in the latest case the girl pressure still sitting across temperatures not up to much, 9—12dc. was extremely poorly scandinavia, we are still dragging when she was born and the infection in the coolair as we move into friday, a bit more was one of a number of contributing causes. scandinavia, we are still dragging in the cool airfrom scandinavia, we are still dragging in the cool air from the north—east scotland's health and social care and it is with us through saturday in the way of cloud. there will be correspondent lisa summers has more. and it is with us through saturday and sunday. it means there is a good some sunny spells and we hold onto you will recall it was injanuary
deal of dry weather still to come as that cool feel as we move into the that nhs glasgow and clyde confirmed we move into the weekend. for most they were investigating an outbreak start of the weekend. bye—bye. of us there will be some sunny spells, the best of those to be of staphylococcus aureus infection. found on saturday, but it is going it was in the neonatal unit at the to be fairly chilly. the good news maternity hospital. they said at the is the temperatures look like they will start to pick up a touch moving time that two very sick and very into next week. premature babies had died and today they have confirmed a third child has died and that the infection was one of a number of factors linked to their death. staphylococcus aureus is quite a common bacteria, often found on the skin but can be very dangerous if it enters the blood this is bbc news — our latest headlines. a historic day for science stream. staff are used to dealing as the first ever image with this type of infection, of a black hole is unveiled. particular very premature babies, it's located in a distant galaxy and measures a0 where their immune systems are under billion kilometres across. developed. the health board say this particular type of infection was theresa may heads back to brussels today to ask very, very rare and not only the european union to extend the brexit deadline resista nt to until the end ofjune. very, very rare and not only resistant to the antibiotics but also to the cleaning agents they and leaders from across the eu would normally use to kill off the have begun arrivng in brussels ahead of that emergency summit. bacteria. they say since they identified this particular strain they have put additional control israel's prime minister bejamin measures in place and they have not
netenyahu looks on course to win identified any new cases since early an historic fifth term, after elections ended in a dead heat between the two main parties. march. children with mental health problems you're watching afternoon live. face a postcode lottery — the children's commissioner warns — let's get the latest weather and as real term spending drops lucy is here. that is not here, that by a third in some parts of england. is the united states but it looks like they are in for some trouble? yes, a severe winter storm working its way in, a rapidly sport now on afternoon deepening area of low pressure, snow live with will. on its flanks, strong winds, there he is. let's talk about thunderstorms and the potential for champions league. manchester united wildfires as well. certainly one to have a tough one tonight? they do, a watch, there could be some disruption to the golf later —— huge night for manchester united in might golf later in the week as well. what about us, what's happening europe. closer to home? barceolona are in town with messi and co. a much quieter picture, an area of it's united's first champions league quarterfinal since 201a when david moyes was in charge. high pressure, keeping thing settled they haven't gone further but also dragging in some chilly air than the last 8 for 8 years, that was under from near scandinavia foster if we sir alex ferguson, but these ta ke are the nights that from near scandinavia foster if we take a look at the satellite from 0le gunnar solskjaer remembers earlier, we can see it has been a as a player. a massive test though fine day for many, a good deal of against the la liga leaders later, sunshine abound. a bit more cloud who are 11 points clear of atletico madrid domestically. further north but are dry and bright
united will be hoping to have marcus rashford fit, who's been day for most. temperatures, however, suffering with an ankle injury that kept him out of their previous not up to much. as we go through the premier league game — rest of this afternoon and into this a 2—1 defeat at wolves last week. the england striker trained evening, we will hold a fair amount yesterday initially on his own, before joining up with the rest of the squad. of that sunshine. it's that cool solskjaer hopes their comeback in the second leg against psg north—easterly breeze that is the in the last round will give them slight fly in the ointment, making the confidence that they can knock the spanish giants out. things feel fairly chilly and breezy confidence is high. across the south end cool on the as i said, the result east coast. these are the highs for and what we did against psg and how today, between 9—13. we have climbed the table, as we go through this evening and overnight, we start to see more in now we are clawing back points... the way of cloud feeding into i think the players have given northern scotland. could be thick themselves and the supporters great enough for a few spots drizzle. confidence and belief that we can do this. cloud feeding in from the west to we're still waiting northern ireland but a good deal of to hear the extent of harry kane's dry weather and some clear spells latest ankle injury. means we could see a touch of frost to start the day tomorrow. a little more cloud of eastern parts of the tottenham striker hobbled off england as well, but are chilly and bright start to the day tomorrow. in last night's champions there will be more in the way of league quarterfinal win over manchester city. it's the same ankle which kept him cloud across north—east scotland tomorrow. that could be thick enough out for a month earlier this year. for some drizzle through the he's having a scan today but hs morning. there is the risk of a few
posted this on social media this afternoon — "gutted to go off injured but every sharp showers. cloudy skies feeding setback is a chance to come back stronger than ever. big finish from the boys in to northern ireland, which could to go on and win!" bring some rain later in the day but let's talk golf. all eyes will be on dry and bright in england and wales augusta in the next 2a hours. with the best of the sunshine in the this time tomorrow, west. high pressure still with us as the 82nd masters will be under way. west. high pressure still with us as rory mcilroy‘s the favourite, teeing we move into friday. you can see it off at quarter past four tomorrow, he says his return to form is down is sitting over scandinavia, to balancing his game dragging in that cool air from the with his personal life. north—east. for friday, friday the northern irishman's looking to pick up his first green jacket looking like another dry and chilly as he aims to become the first day. i think there will be a fair european to claim a career grand slam — all four majors. amount of cloud around but some brea ks to mcilroy‘s had a good amount of cloud around but some breaks to allow for some sunny start to the season, spells. again, the cool winning the player's championship north—easterly wind. the temperature last month, but he says is not particularly warm. highs life's not all about what happens on the course. around 8—11. as we move into the i got married just under two years weekend, not a great deal of change, ago and trying to be a good husband, but also be a good golfer, really. high pressure still with us, still got that cool air mass across and just to be a better man the uk. as we move into the weekend, a good deal of dry weather to come. and to be able to separate those two there will be some sunny spells as is something that i think it's quite important to me. well, particularly on saturday. i by focusing a little bit more on the stuff away from golf, think it remains fairly chilly. the it's helped me become
a better golfer. good news it looks like the that's something that... temperatures will pick up again as we move into next week. it works for me, it might work for everyone else but it's a path i want to keep following. and finally rugby australia has described an israel folau social media post as unacceptable. the full back says "hell awaits" gay people. folau, who's a key part of the wallabies world cup plans, and broke the super rugby tryscoring record last weekend, made similar comments last year but escaped any sanction. rugby australia said the post "does not represent the values of the sport and is disrespectful to members of the rugby community", they say they've engaged their integrity unit to look into the matter. that's all the sport for now. speak to you later. thanks very much, straight to brussels, because donald tusk... laughter take my word for it, he hasjust arrived. he will appear in just a moment. he is attending the eu 27 talks, where theresa may later will be asking for an extension to
brexit. she is heading to belgium later this afternoon. she appeared at prime ministers questions in london that 12, so she is on her way to brussels. so we are hearing that every eu member state needs to agree on any delay before it can be granted, and there are those suggesting that emmanuel macron of france may have tough questions for theresa may before he agrees to any form of extension. the european council president, donald tusk, who iam hoping council president, donald tusk, who i am hoping will appear in shot very shortly, he is expected to make a statement afterwards. we are also going to be hearing from jean—claude juncker as well. i just want to show you a couple of tweets. if you are watching at two o'clock, you would have seen the announcement live of the first photograph of a black hole. i just want to show a couple
of tweets. this from laura kuenssberg, who says... ijust want i just want to show you another one, which was sent to me, actually, from alan knight. he says... so, a bit of humour out there on those two stories coinciding, at the same time. let's take you back to brussels, where there is another arrival. i'm just going to keep talking, because we don't know who is coming but there are lots of people who like seeing pictures of police outriders and police cars. donald tusk has just arrived. emmanuel macron arrived a little earlier. all 27 eu leaders will be attending this summit. at some point, theresa may will be asked to leave as they consider her request.
she will face questions, as well. and arriving right now is... chuckles a black hole discovery and on arrival at brussels, what more can we show you? arriving right now is...i we show you? arriving right now is... i hope i recognised them? the suspense! it's theresa may! i did recognise her. so there we are, she is there, she has arrived at the summit. i would like to tell you we had that planned, but we didn't, that was just luck. she will appear. she may speak to cameras, so we will stick with this. this is the seen round the corner as she arrives, and as you can see there is a number of reporters waiting to speak to her.
she will be aware that no if no extension is granted, the position of the uk is to leave on friday without a deal so there is considerable pressure on these talks. she can take nothing for granted. the commons has voted leaving with a no deal but legally the default position at the moment isa the default position at the moment is a default departure on friday without a deal. i'm just going to stay quiet, because questions may be shouted to her at any moment. let's listen in. good afternoon, prime minister. having promised the public so many times we will leave on time, are you embarrassed to be asking for another delay? first of all, i am here with fellow leaders to talk about the request i've put in for a short extension to article 50. i know many people will be frustrated that the summit is taking place at all,
because the uk should have left the eu by now and i greatly regret the fa ct eu by now and i greatly regret the fact that parliament has not been able to pass a deal that would enable us to leave in a smooth and orderly way. but in the government continue to work to find a way forward. we've been talking to the opposition in serious and constructive talks which will continue tomorrow. the purpose of this is to agree an extension which gives us more time to agree a deal, to enable us to leave the eu in that smooth and orderly way. what matters, i think, smooth and orderly way. what matters, ithink, is i've smooth and orderly way. what matters, i think, is i've asked for an extension to the 30th ofjune but what is important that any extension enables us to leave at the point at which we ratify the withdrawal agreement. so we could leave are made the 22nd and start to build a brighterfuture. made the 22nd and start to build a brighter future. what will you do if the eu says there can be an extension but it has to be longer? you said as prime minister you could not countenance staying on beyond the end ofjune? i've been clear the uk does not request as an extension until the 30th ofjune. i've been working to make sure that we can
leave the european union, indeed we could have left the european union by now. but parliament did not pass the withdrawal agreement. so we need that extra time to work to ensure that extra time to work to ensure that we can get a deal through parliament that enables us to leave ona parliament that enables us to leave on a smooth and orderly way. that's in everybody‘s interests. i think what matters is we are able to leave the european union at the point at which we ratify that withdrawal agreement. that would enable us to leave by the 22nd of may. but prime minister, the decision on the length of the delay is not in your hands is that you have said as prime minister you could not countenance a delay beyond the 30th ofjune. i ask you again, what will you do if the eu insists on a longer delay? i'm working to ensure we can leave the european union within the timescale the government wants to see. i want us the government wants to see. i want us to be able to leave the european union ina us to be able to leave the european union in a smooth and orderly way, as soon as union in a smooth and orderly way, as soon as possible. that is what i'm going to be working for. thank you. studio: laura kuenssberg questioning theresa may, who said she regretted that she was in this
position of having to ask that the extension. she said we should have left the eu by now. she says she is there to get the extension that she wa nts. there to get the extension that she wants. we will take you back to brussels, but their use or live, the premier mega arriving for the crucial, and how many times have we said that, this is a crucial eu summit. the 27 leaders deciding whether to accept a request for an extension until the end ofjune. you're watching afternoon live. children dealing with mental health problems in england face a postcode lottery when it comes to getting the help they need, according to a new report. the study, by children's commissioner anne longfield, says spending on services for children with anxiety or depression has fallen by a third in some parts of england. our health correspondent sophie hutchinson reports. a mindfulness lesson for these children, to help with the pressures of life. but for those suffering from low—level depression or anxiety, school counsellors and drop—in centres are thought to be helpful. today, however, a report by the children's commissioner has
warned that access to that help is patchy. the report shows large regional variations in the amount spent by local authorities on low—level mental health support. the most is almost £18 per child in london. but compare that to around £7 in the south—east, and the lowest is around just £5 in the east of england. that means that children and parents can't rely on what is there. so, there is funding available centrally, but it is being left to local authorities and to local health ccgs, to decide how much is spent. i want much, much more scrutiny — nationally. but while some parts of the country are spending a lot less, the report did find overall spending on services, like counsellors, had risen by 17%. the aim of low—level support is to prevent mental illness from escalating and the need for hospital admissions. it's clearly much better to support a young person when problems first emerge, rather than waiting for a long time. i mean, we hear about children whose
problems have got worse and they have dropped out of school, and that means one of their parents might have to leave work and look after them. it can have devastating effects on the whole family. the government insists it is focusing on early help, particularly in schools, and that its plans will allow 70,000 more children a year to have access to specialist mental health care in the next few years. sophie hutchinson, bbc news. we will have the business news in a moment that first hour headlines on afternoon live. "like looking at the gates of hell"... that's how one scientist described the first ever photo of a black hole. astronomers say it's 500 million million kilometres away from earth. theresa may has arrived in brussles for an emergency brexit summit. she'll ask eu leaders to delay the brexit deadline until the end ofjune. meanwhile, leaders from across the eu27 countries have been gathering ahead of today's emergency brexit summit.
it's thought they will offer a lengthy extension to the brexit deadline. here's your business headlines on afternoon live. stagecoach says it is "extremely concerned" after the department for transport barred it from three uk railfranchise bids which could mean an end to virgin trains on the west coast mainline. the dft says the bids were "non—compliant" because they did not meet pensions rules. stagecoach shares fell almost 10% in early trading. the uk economy grows faster than expected, stockpiling by manufacturers ahead of brexit helped the uk economy grow by 0.3% in the three months to february. profits at the online fashion retailer asos slumped 87% to £a million. it's been blamed on a difficult year caused by heavy discounting and website traffic issues. shares however are up almost 10%, thanks to reassurance from the company that sales and profits for the rest of the year are on track.
you talked a bit about asos, quite a plunge in profits? it's significant. even on the high street, if you go into a shop, you will always come across a sales rack so discounting is common on the high street and online. it was seen as a bit of a trailblazer, one of the first to go online, to have a huge range of fashion available at discounted, affordable prices. what has happened is its success has inspired others and lots of people have tried to mimic, business have tried to mimic it online, the likes of boohoo, for example. it is a very similar business and has done quite well so it is facing quite a bit of competition. better news for tesco? yes, 28% increase in profits, which is very good. that is largely due to streamlining of its business. some jobs have gone over the last year and a half. it's also tied up with
booker and has plans to extend certain lines. also jax, its new discounted range, which is meant to compete with the likes of lidl and aldi. that is in about eight stores at the moment that they have big hopes about that this year. also, i wa nted hopes about that this year. also, i wanted to mention arcadia as well stop us investor leonard green sold its 25% stake in retailers topshop and top man back to sir philip green. now, reports it may seek a company green. now, reports it may seek a com pa ny volu nta ry green. now, reports it may seek a company voluntary arrangement to allow it to cut rents and close doors. it is in some trouble at the moment, so that can be an option for it now it has that cash injection back in. shall we look at the markets? let's. we can look at a pile pound coins... the ftse in negative territory. the individor
shares, down about 70% at the moment. that is because a us court has charged it with illicit conduct. this company sells opioid drugs, opioid drugs highly controversial at the moment in the us due to an injection problem they have over there. this charge has led to a huge plunge in its share price. thank you very much. sorry if i look distracted, just had some breaking news about strictly. darcey bussell is leaving after several years on the judging is leaving after several years on thejudging panel. is leaving after several years on the judging panel. this is leaving after several years on thejudging panel. this is the tweet she put out a few moments ago. she says it's been a privilege to be pa rt says it's been a privilege to be part of strictly with such a talented team, she has enjoyed every time and will miss everyone including the musicians, dancers, judges and back staff team. she said she is not leaving because of any upset or disagreement, just stepping away to give more focus to her many other commitments in dance after seven truly wonderful years that she couldn't imagine going any better.
she says, i will miss being part of this unique show which celebrates dance, which i am passionate about, andi dance, which i am passionate about, and i hope to be asked back again one day. dame darcey bussell is pirouetting away from strictly. that is all i could think of, sorry! you're watching afternoon live. more on that a bit later on. the mayor of new york has declared a public emergency in part of brooklyn, after the worst outbreak of measles since 1991. he's ordered everyone living there to get vaccinated against measles or face fines. many living there oppose vaccination on religious grounds. there've been other recent outbreaks in new york state, washington, california, texas and illinois. here's our washington correspondent, chris buckler. almost 20 years ago, thanks to vaccinations, the united states declared itself free of measles. but now, the illness is back. and the biggest outbreak is in one neighbourhood in brooklyn.
there have been almost 300 cases in new york in the last six months, mainly within williamsburg's orthodox jewish community, leading the city's mayor to declare a public emergency. the department of health will issue violations and fines to people who remain unvaccinated. the only way to stop this outbreak, is to ensure that those who have not been vaccinated get the vaccine. health workers, community leaders and rabbis have all united to reassure parents that the measles, mumps and rubella vaccine is safe. but not everyone here is convinced. well, my rabbi said otherwise and i will not name him. what is the basis for saying no to vaccination? oh, i could go on and on. i don't have the time. just like that guy said, preventative measures are not a reason to inject toxins into my child's body.
we need you to say, no more. medical professionals are still having to counter discredited claims that the mmr vaccine can have side effects. vaccination rates have declined, and that's having an effect. across the us already this year, there have been a65 cases of measles reported and the majority of those who have fallen ill are children. measles can result in things like pneumonia, brain inflammation, and can lead to death. and what we've seen in new york city is that we have 21 people that have been hospitalised, five of which have ended up in the intensive care unit, all preventable with a very safe vaccine. although many of the concerns are for children, officials in the us know they have to get through to parents if they're to properly tackle this outbreak.
the last ever series of game of thrones airs next week, and although its the end of the line for the hit show, it will leave an important economic legacy for northern ireland where much of it is made. visitors now flock to the locations where parts of the series is filmed, and it's meant a huge boost to tourism. 0ur correspondent chris page reports from a new exhibition about the show in belfast. game of thrones has been a massive, global tv hit and this exhibition really showcases the artistry involved in making the show. to give you a flavour, that's the suit of armour worn by sandor clegane, otherwise known as the hound in the series. next to it, another costume that fans will recognise. it was worn by arya stark, also a main character. so, interest in game of thrones about to hit an all—time high, it seems, with the final season about to air but this phenomenally successful series has generated substantial business spin offs for northern ireland. the real—life westeros. this part of the uk has been home to perhaps the biggest tv series in the world for the last decade.
what we want to know is where melisandre gave birth, and that's in here... you can really see how the caves, the cliffs, the crashing waves on this stretch of coastline in county antrim appealed to the game of thrones location scouts. and now, thousands of tourists are coming here to see for themselves the places where so many of the major scenes in the series were filmed. it's wonderful that you're being taken to a place like this where you would never usually go before... the village of cushendun gets coachloads of visitors every day, from china to california. i love the game of thrones, it's a fantastic show, northern ireland is gorgeous, so beautiful. one of the most beautiful places ever i've ever been, and i can't wait to come back. yeah, absolutely. and obviously game of thrones is a huge plus. all sorts of local people have benefited from the thrones effect. a show this epic requires plenty of swords, daggers and arrows. one man who's had a big part in bringing those scenes to the screen, practises his art in the county down countryside. this blacksmith made weapons used to fight for the iron throne.
it is the stuff of dreams. i mean, i was a fan of the books before i knew the show was ever going to get made. and then when you hear the show is getting made, i thought it was fantastic, and then finding out it was being made here was even better. the show has generated newjobs, career opportunities and an international profile for the tv and film industry. this production company has more than tripled its staff since game of thrones arrived. it has persuaded parents and colleges that the creative industries now is a very acceptable place to work, it's a very acceptable ambition to want to work in creative industries. hbo's involvement was a major reason why a government agency invested heavily in the pilot episode ten years ago. but it still felt like a bit of a gamble. it was a punt, but we knew that this was the best opportunity northern ireland was ever going to get. we'll continue to grow, it will all get bigger and better in many ways, but i don't think there will ever be
anything quite like game of thrones. the fantasy show has had a fantastic impact on northern ireland, but the question now is, who will be left standing at the end of the final season? yes, millions of viewers wondering who will triumph in the battle for the seven kingdoms. they'll find out in the next few weeks, but people in northern ireland hope the game of thrones legacy will last for many years. time for a look at the weather. here's lucy martin. hello there. a lot of dry weather around today and some sunny spells breaking through for most. this photo sent in earlier by one of our weather watchers in cumbria, you can see some good spells of sunshine above the water here. the dry weather is thanks to this area of high pressure, sitting across scandinavia. we're dragging in some cool air, though, from the north
and east around this area of high—pressure. if we take a look at that air mass, you can see we are firmly in that blue colour, that chillier feel to things. the temperatures a little bit below average as we move through the next few days. through this evening and overnight, a good deal of clear spells and dry weather. i think we will see a bit more cloud feeding into the north and east of scotland. under clear spells, we are looking at a chilly night to come. away from the north of scotland, a fairly widespread frost, the temperatures dipping below freezing for many. so, it's looking like a chilly start to the day tomorrow, but for many there will be some brightness and sunshine around. a little bit more in the way of cloud feeding into northern ireland as we move through the day. a little more cloud for north—eastern parts of scotland, where it could be thick enough for the odd spot of drizzle. some sunny spells developing here, though, that could just trigger the odd sharp shower. a little bit more cloud feeding into eastern parts of england as well. temperatures between 9—13 celsius, best of the sunshine in the west. here's how the pressure chart looks from thursday into friday, high—pressure still dominating,
keeping those weather fronts at bay, so further dry weather to come moving into friday. friday bringing slightly cloudier skies, areas of cloud but also sunny spells breaking through as well. not feeling particularly warm, however, temperatures ooler —— cooler on that eastern coast, eight or nine celsius with maximum of 11—12 celsius on friday. that takes us into the weekend, high—pressure still sat over scandinavia, continuing to drag in that cool feed of air. the weekend is still looking like it's going to be chilly. some dry weather to be had as well and some sunny spells, turning windier in the west as we move through into sunday. a good deal of dry weather for the next few days but feeling that bit cooler, with temperatures slightly below average. bye— bye.