hello, this is bbc news with julian worricker. i'm so sorry i'm late. this is bbc news, i'm julian worricker. the headlines. it won't ever happen again. the headlines at 6pm: a woman has died and at least 20 it's only 7.30. one person has died and at least 20 people are taken to hospital others are taken to hospital after a crash involving two cars 0h... after a crash involving two cars and a double decker bus 0k. and a double decker bus on the isle of wight. on the isle of wight. it's been declared a major incident. this is bbc news, it's been declared a major incident. i'm julian worricker. the headlines at 5pm: lucas hedges as well, the cabinet office minister, that we saw behind the bill clinton the cabinet office minister david mask, brilliant actor. lidington says the government one person has died and at least 19 david lidington, says the government and labour will both have others are taken to hospital and labour will both have very good at nailing that era. to compromise as they look to break to compromise as they look to break if it's called mid90s, after a crash involving two cars the deadlock over brexit. the deadlock over brexit. and a double decker bus it has to get that era right and it on the isle of wight. a leaked recording ofjeremy corbyn certainly does it with music police say the nine—year—old boy reveals that the labour party lost, and the fashions and the fads it's been declared a major incident. and video games and all killed by a dog in a cornish holiday mislaid, or ignored evidence those kind of things. park was alone in a caravan of anti—semitism in the party. but actually, it's notjust with the animal. the cabinet office minister david about nostalgia, it packs a punch. teachers say there's increasing lidington says the government police say the nine—year—old boy and labour will both have killed by a dog in a cornish holiday only 85 minutes long, this film, evidence that poverty is damaging the education of children in the uk. to compromise as they look to break park was alone in a caravan but it really has some guts to it the deadlock over brexit. with the animal. and some strong emotions in it. in the us, two children a leaked recording ofjeremy corbyn teachers say there's increasing there are some scenes that have died in texas evidence that poverty is damaging are very tough to watch. after a tornado caused a tree reveals that the labour party lost, the education of children in the uk. essentially, these young boys, mislaid or ignored evidence both the lead character of anti—semitism in the party. and all his friends, to hit their family car. they're really on the path two children have been killed to self—destruction. in texas, after a tornado caused there's a lot of teenage a tree to hit their family car. anxiety going on in this, so it is tough to watch at times, and i thinkjonah hill has got a big future as a writer and director. the labour mp who made the recording he's already succeeded as an actor, says the handling of anti—semitic but i think this is the direction complaints should be taken away he wants to go in now. and i assume it is autobiographical. from the party altogether. sport, and for a full i think so. round—up from the bbc certainly there are
sport centre, here's damian. elements of that. there is no alternative this is his era, it but to have that independent would fit with his age. investigation of complaints. good afternoon. also he was into that let's start at augusta music, into that scene. otherwise, there will not be and the masters, which has been not exactly his story, an opportunity to start rebuilding fascinating since day one, but certainly strongly the trust that we have lost. and the final round influenced by his growing up. is just as exciting. ok, let's move on to your best out. teachers say there's increasing evidence that poverty is damaging ben croucher‘s been yeah, missing link. the education of children in the uk. watching the action for us. it was close at the start of play, perfect for the easter holidays, this one. from laika films, they're ben, remains that way? two children have been killed an animation company, in texas after a tornado caused it does at the minute, it is just they make these very beautiful, a tree to hit their family car. original animated features. about to get very interesting. this one is stop motion animation and tiger woods is in francesco molinari, the open set in the victorian times champion leading overnight and the mix at the masters. about an explorer who wants through the front nine, it was to discover bigfoot. we'll have all the details in sport. he's called sir lionel frost, pretty much, much of the same. he's voiced by hugh jackman. playing alongside tiger woods, very charming, very sweet. chasing that fifth masters title. i think what's great about laika films, they have also made francesco molinari's putting has been impressive. vincent was his the box trolls and coraline, many other things. they very much have their own identity. only birdie of the day. tiger woods we can kind of identify a disney animation or a dreamworks animation — in the ryder cup three times last year. woods had a very hit and miss very glossy, very hollywood. these feel a little more eccentric, a little bit more quirky. a day. he's driving at times has they are an american company, been a little arriving democrat but this has a british director erratic at times. however on the so feels a little more home—grown in its quirkiness. just very charming. very beautiful. you are going to see a family film
one person has died and at least 20 12th hole, this is ian poulter, the that's fun for children over others have been taken to hospital the easter holidays, best place to britt who was at nine but you're going to see something after a crash involving two cars really beautiful actually. and a bus in newport under par, but he's just stuck it there are backdrops in this, on the isle of wight. four patients had to be into the water. so he's going to background scenery, airlifted by helicopter. slip his way down the leaderboard. that's just jaw—dropping. the local nhs trust has so, a lot to enjoy. declared a major incident. brooks koepka was also playing visually, but how joining me now on the line is james woolven, senior reporter alongside poulter. but crucially, important is the voice? hugh jackman — at the isle of wight county press. big star, great actor. francesco molinari has just hit his people love him, audiences tee shot on the same hole into the flock to see him. will they go for the voice, i mean, just tell us what you know at this water. unless he chips into him, he how important is that? will be sliding probably not off the i think it's great, stage. two cars in a bus have been because huthackman will be doing interviews about this, publicity about this, involved in a crash on forest road, lead, but dropping some shots. tiger being on instagram. woods is on the green safely on that all great publicity because lots hole, so that could well be all to of people follow him. actually i think the best voice here on the isle of wight. about 20 in it is stephen fry, play for still. let's take a quick a rival explorer, but that's have been taken to hospital and one person has unfortunately died. because stephen fry has one look at the leaderboard. as it of the great voices of all time. have been taken to hospital and one person has unfortunately diedm have been taken to hospital and one person has unfortunately died. is it known how the crash happened at this stands at the minute, francesco you will hear him, molinari leading by two shots from stage? not yet, there are david walliams and matt lucas. tiger woods and brooks erka. tony best dvd this week? investigations ongoing with police on scene. and one of those who have finau and patrick cantley are having into the spider—verse. been caught up in this? you mention good days. they are all at ten under people being airlifted to hospital it's out on a variety of digital platforms. in some cases and others taken this one, the oscar for best locally. we know where most of them par, rory mcelroy just good days. they are all at ten under par, rory mcelroyjust coming towards the end of his final round, animated feature this year, about... have gone? a number of them have a disappointing four days for him, well, there's not just one spider—man in this.
dig into st. mary's hospital in there are many spider—people. he's up for under par. but francesco newport for some a major incident molinari in the water at the 12th, there are many spider—people in many was declared and st. mary's brought and it looks like he'sjust different realities and universes molinari in the water at the 12th, and it looks like he's just about to and parallel dimensions. in after members of staff to bring drop at least one if not two shots. —— deal with the influx of people. they've all got their spidey—powers fascinating climax in progress, and they'll have to team up to fight others have been airlifted off the thanks ben. the villains to fight the kingpin. island. multiple air and lives have to the premier league, and it's it is crazy, it is packed, been called to the scene. and what advantage manchester city again. it is so much fun. they are back on top after beating crystal palace 3—1 at selhurst park. certainly the kind of film about the scene itself and those who you want to see more than once raheem sterling scored twice. do not know that part of newport or a sublime kevin de bruyne pass because there's so much in it. and the thing about comic book picked him out for his first. newport itself very well. give us a movies is so many of the live sense of the area. this is a country his second came midway through the second half action, they don't capture the vigor and the energy of the printed page, after leroy sane picked the pass linda comes out in newport. and the and he found the bottom corner the printed comic book, but i thing with this animated with a clever finish. version of spider—man, it really does that. crash happened at a crossroads on palace pulled one back it is so full of life and so zany. that lane. and this was a routine from a luca milivojevic free kick to ensure a nervy finish. but really moving in parts. but a late third from gabrieljesus bus serving local people or a coach and it got the oscar. saw city move one point did it deserve that? trip or what? to be no? yes he i think so. clear of liverpool. there's been a lot of spider—man films over the years, one coming out this summer. misses a local bus company on the isle of wight. and what is the word but people watched this one and thought it really breathed fresh we are making an incredible life into the franchise and really from the scene now? i appreciate you did things the other spider—man are not adjacent to it but performance. i'm happy because five films have not done. presumably there is still an investigation going on. what is now games left, we know that we will be it wowed a lot of people, and i was one of them. about the scene at the moment? in this spot. so it is in our hands, reaching the parts that other but if we drop 1—2 points, we won't spider—man movies cannot reach...
things are still developing as you james, thank you very much. can imagine. there are lots of good to see you. emergency services on the scene. be champions. so we have to win that's it for this week. every game. police carrying out investigations thank you for watching. from both of us, goodbye. into how the crash happened. and i i thought that we at least gave our fans something to cheer about, as well as a glimmer of hope. but we believe ambulance staff still taking patients away. indeed and just to are playing against arguably the confirm the casualty figures i best team in the country. so mentioned at the start. there is no another chilly one today. we have all felt the cold this confirmation of one fatality in this weekend, even with a bit incident? yes, there is one person of sunshine, it hasn't unfortunately, we just have to felt too great. acce pt unfortunately, we just have to accept that we will have to... temperatures, for example, who has died at the scene. 20 others on the north sea coast today only have been taken to hospital. 0k, around six or seven degrees. so over to you, liverpool. they're currently playing chelsea at anfield. chances have been few tomorrow will be a little bit milder. james, we appreciate you bring us we will certainly notice that and far between so far. up—to—date. thanks very much indeed. it's been pretty feisty, across southern areas of the uk. but not much quality on show. and then gradually through the week, sadio mane with the best scoring opportunity. it will be warming up. as more information emerges about they're just about to kick at the moment, quite a lot of cloud the accident, we will bring it to off the second half, and the score is 0—0. across western parts of the uk. this is thanks to a big low pressure celtic are through to the final you. out in the north atlantic of the scottish cup. that is sending a weather front they beat aberdeen 3—0 at hampden. theresa may's deputy says both in our direction. the conservatives and labour tom rogic amongst the goals but it is not making much progress will have to compromise because this high pressure if their continuing talks over for neil lennon's side. here is stopping it. in fact, this high pressure has been brexit are to end in an agreement. aberdeen did have two men sent off. cabinet office minister david responsible for sending the colder lidington insists a deal can get weather in our direction. boss derek mcinnes and his assistant through parliament before elections for the european sunnier skies. parliament on may 23rd. were also sent to the stands. you can see the cold air circling it comes as former conservative the holders face hearts this area of high pressure, leader iain duncan smith has warned in next month's final.
tory activists have little appetite and as it approaches our shores to campaign for those elections. norwich city are closing in he said holding them would be here, bringing the chilly conditions on promotion to the premier league a disaster for the country. after salvaging a late point that we've had all weekend. against relegation threatened here's our political correspondentjessica parker. wigan athletic in the championship. so, temperatures by the end wigan had looked set for a crucial of the afternoon, early evening in the south, three points to ease their fears just around ten degrees. westminster has seen rising of dropping into the third tier, single figures elsewhere. tensions in recent times. but with ten minutes to go, tonight, clear skies, so once again the championship's top scorer there will be a frost around, now, mps have departed parliament whereas in the west, for an easter break, urged teemu pukki scored his 27th goal we have more southerly winds to reflect on the current deadlock. here and a weather front close by, of the season to rescue so it won't be quite so chilly. a 1—1 draw for norwich. belfast around 6 degrees, but cross—party talks they remain top of the table, between the government and labour 7 in plymouth, but for sure, are set to continue this week. seven points clear of third in central areas of the uk, place sheffield united, temperatures outside of town will be around freezing or below. a man who's very much involved so, tomorrow, pretty much the same, in those discussions, with just four games to go. so most of the cloud will be the prime minister's de facto deputy. he says an agreement hinges on both in the west of the country closer to the weather front defending champions chelsea sides giving ground. have been knocked out and the low pressure of the women's fa cup. here actually coming on as well. so maybe some rain for cornwall, while we'll do our best to try western fringes of wales, and reach a compromise possibly one or two spots with the main opposition party, they lost 1—0 to manchester city in northern ireland. it would mean compromise in the semi—finals. on both sides. a horrible moment for also a couple of showers there in eastern scotland. magdalena eriksson, who scored but the central swathe if that doesn't work, an own goal in the 92nd minute of the uk all the way down to the south coast will be fine. then what we will want to move towards is to put before parliament 14 degrees already in london, and then really through the week to gift city the win. a set of options with a system ahead, we say goodbye to the colder weather. for making a choice and parliament you can see the colder air and actually having to come to a preferred option rather the warmer currents of air will win.
than voting against everything. and that warm air will be arriving from the south and then talks have been described eventually the south—east, as constructive, but can a deal obviously ecstatic that we have so the continent will be another opportunity to go up to really be done when it comes warming up as well. to issues such as how to craft wembley, it is one of the best years tuesday, we do have quite a bit a future customs policy? of cloud across the country and also and there are fears in labour, too, for playing an fa cup final. but i you will notice some blue, one or two spots of rain, that any compromise agreement but the winds by then will have think the game was easy as a whole, switched directions, so that means 15 in london, will only survive as long so it's a true ending. as theresa may's premiership. city will play west ham in the final double figures there people are putting their best after they beat reading in central scotland as well. endeavours to work. in the day's early kick—off. by wednesday, it really reading took the lead but if come a change just after half—time. is all change, so sunshine but west ham were leveljust in the leadership of eight minutes later, throughout much of the country, alisha lehmann with their equaliser. just a few clouds here and there. the conservative party, fara williams then missed those temperatures starting to rise that may all count for nothing, dramatically from wednesday. and that's the worry. a penalty for reading, in fact, by wednesday, and i think my colleagues so it finished 1—1 after 90 minutes. i suspect those temperatures will be hitting around 18 degrees in london are trying their very best no goals in extra time, and the mid—teens so it went to penalties. to find a way through this cho so hyun's spotkick securing in central scotland. so they can have those assurances bye— bye. that any progress that is made a 11—3 victory for west ham. is embedded and entrenched in that way. theresa may, give us it means an fa cup final all a final say! in their first season a complication, too, as a professional team. for labour on what stance to take on another referendum — some mps clear that such condition must be attached to any agreement. what a performance, what a battle from start to finish. what a it's clear that there is a mood feeling, look at that! you are going in the party to accept the deal that emerges as long as it's put to referendum. to wembley. you said how much he
that is, in a sense, the compromise. wa nted theresa may hopes a deal can be to wembley. you said how much he wanted to get there to west ham, done in time to avoid you've been there so may times with participating in the upcoming chelsea. what does it mean? european parliamentary you've been there so may times with chelsea. what does it mean7m elections, but if it can't, you've been there so may times with chelsea. what does it mean? it so special. i feel like a warning that the tory grassroots chelsea. what does it mean? it so special. ifeel like i'm chelsea. what does it mean? it so special. i feel like i'm going to cry. it's unbelievable! are feeling far from enthusiastic. lewis hamilton has won the chinese grand prix to hold the championship lead for the first we simply cannot fight time this season. he finished ahead of his team—mate the euro elections. valtteri bottas to make it three i gather dozens of conservative 1—2s in a row for mercedes. nick parrott reports. association members have now written a letter to the prime minister there was no catching lewis hamilton saying they are not prepared in the pit maine or on the track in to fight euro elections. shanghai. no wonder, the briton who is one here more times than anyone it would be an utter disaster for us and the country. else, and was determined to have the what will you say on the doorstep? honour of winning formula 1's1000th "vote for me and i'll be gone in three months?" race. he swept past valerie bought mps may be on their easter break and brexit may have us race. he swept past valerie bought us and went on to become only the been further delayed, but the deadlock at second driver to lead 4000 laps. the many levels remains. earlier, jessica joined me for some first lap drama continued with both more analysis on this. what's interesting i suppose is these talks between labour mclarens crashing. but after and the government have been going on for quite some time now. we know there have been two face—to—face meetings as part overtaking sebastian federal, their ferrari team intervened. let of these discussions between jeremy corbyn and theresa may, and we know the talks are going to continue
sebastian buy. mercedes were far during the easter recess, breaking slicker, even managing to double up down to quite a technical level. on their pit stops timing things to and i think neither side perfection. they got lucky last wants to be seen to be walking away from things, time, but there was nothing but undoubtedly difficulties, obstacles remain. fortu nate time, but there was nothing fortunate about lewis hamilton's six particularly the issue of customs. win in china popular i think we did a greatjob today, and to have a 1—2 the labour party have a policy together is special. but the start they want to be in a customs union with the eu. was where i was able to make the many in the conservative party different. that leads democrat are very much against that idea. leaves hamilton six points clear in of course, theresa may in the past the championship, and with mercedes. has said she does not want to be part of a customs union. since 1992. nick parikh, bbc news. a feeling in the conservative party that it would be very difficult for the uk to strike meaningful trade deals if it was too closely liverpool now to up over manchester tied to eu customs rules, city. honda's motogp world champion and then even if a compromise deal marc marquez will start was reached between labour the grand prix of the americas and the conservatives, on pole position for there is a big question the seventh year in a row. of whether that would be acceptable the five—time motogp champion not only to mps in the parties, was two—tenths ahead of the pack. but also membership as well. the spaniard is unbeaten what else has been debated today? at the track since it joined the calendar, winning every race for the past six seasons. behind him on the grid anti—semistism has certainly will be yamaha's seven—time surfaced again in labour. champions valetino rossi, while lcr honda's cal crutchlow
a long—running saga over allegations of anti—semitism and how those rounds up the grid. allegations are handled by the labour leadership and what has emerged today is a recording wasps have got their biggest from back in february. win of the season in this has been published the gallagher premiership, by the sunday times newspaper. beating leaders exeter 26—19 it is a conversation to move up to the brink betweenjeremy corbyn and the labour of the play—off places. mp, senior labour mp dame margaret the chiefs had looked to be hodge. heading for victory at 12—0 and in it, mr corbyn is talking up in the first half, about his plan to recruit but wasps mounted a stunning the former lord chancellor, comeback at sandy park to eventually lord falconer, to review the party's complaints process. win with a bonus point. and they're nowjust three points we will look at the speed behind harlequins, who occupy that fourth play—off spot. of the cases, the administration it's just exeter‘s fourth defeat of the season, of them, and the collation but they're still on course of the evidence before it is put to finish as league leaders. there's been gold for britain's alice kinsella before appropriate panels at the european gymnastics championships. because i was concerned the 18—year—old won the balance beam title in poland, evidence have been mislaid, beating the european all—around champion by just ignored or misused. one—tenth of a mark. there has to be kinsella also won gold in this event a better system on it. so there, jeremy corbyn saying at last year's commonwealth games. he was concerned some evidence may she'll hope to continue have been mislaid or ignored. that wining form into i think some will say this the tokyo olympics next year. is an example of mr corbyn taking
a personal interest in this matter, britain now have four medals and indeed a party spokesperson at the event in total. this showsjeremy corbyn's desire american boxer claressa shields has to make procedures as robust as possible and to rebuild trust declared herself "the greatest woman within the jewish community. of all—time" after unifying the middleweight division. however others may take the view the unbeaten shields outclassed that this is the starkest admission so far, albeit one made in private, christina hammer with a unanimous that there is a problem with the complaints process being decision victory to add the wbo title to her wba, admitted to by the labour leader. now in a letter to the sunday times, wbc, and ibf belts. seven labour mps, including after the fight, she called out both dame margaret hodge, they're calling the undisputed welterweight champion for what they describe as a fully cecilia brakhus and unbeaten british independent body to deal super middleweight with complaints of racism, savannah marshall. harassment and bullying. they say in their opinion and sky brown has won the women's that the current system is broken. park title at the uk and dame margaret hodge has been national skateboarding speaking on the subject today. championships in manchester. yes, she has spoken to bbc today, the ten—year—old, who's chosen and i think it is worth pointing out to compete for great britain, dropped in with her trademark that she has had long—running concerns about allegations of anti—semitism and how front—side 540 and eased to victory they are dealt with in the labour in the event which acts as the first party. qualifier for next year's so we have heard this olympics in tokyo. from her before, and it is an issue she has been talking about for quite some time. but i think it does potentially up the pressure on the labour leadership to look very seriously it was really fun. it was super cool
about this, and of course the former lord chancellor, lord falconer, was potentially set to do some kind of review. that was then seemingly put seeing all the girls and learning on hold when the equality all these cool tricks. i just and human rights commission seeing all the girls and learning all these cool tricks. ijust wish i can do better. it doesn't really announced they would potentially hold an investigation possibly matter if i win or lose, ijust wish into allegations of anti—semitism. i could've done better. so that's where we are with those that's all the sport for now. matters, but certainly it seems like an issue that's just so much sport going on today, and you can follow it not going away. all on the bbc sport website. that's bbc.co.uk/sport. a woman, arrested when a nine—year—old boy died in a holiday park dog attack, has been released while liverpool lead 2—0 against chelsea. inquiries continue. police were called to the scene in looe in cornwalljust before 5am yesterday morning. police have named the boy as frankie mccritchie from plymouth and say they believe he was alone in a caravan with the dog at the time of the attack while a group of adults were in an adjacent unit. the 28—year—old woman was arrested later on suspicion of manslaughter and having a dog dangerously taking us through this week's cinema out of control. releases is james king. james, what what have you got for us this week? teachers say there's increasing well, we've gotjessie buckley evidence that poverty is damaging proving to us she's no shrinking the education of children in the uk. violet in wild rose. the national education union says more pupils are struggling
because they come to school hungry regina hall goes from big or without a good night's sleep. to small in little. sarah walton reports. and jonah hill directs mates with skates in mid90s. overcrowding in homes so children do not have space to do homework. wild rose, let's start with that. children attending school with no this is a young single mother in glasgow, dreams coats, no socks and without other essential items of clothing. of going to nashville to be a big country star. "most of my class arrive at a school she does, but it's going to be a difficult journey. she has a complicated personal life. hungry and thirsty. " she's just out of prison, she's a single mum to two children, just some of the quotes she has this up—and—down from an online survey relationship with her mother, of more than 8000 teachers. played byjulie walters. 91% of them said poverty was a limiting factor in children's capacity to learn. she starts by getting a job ahead of its annual conference as a cleaner, to save some in liverpool this week, money, to help her out. the national education union here'sjessie buckley in action says its members are seeing more families struggling financially. with the great sophie okonedo. and one school in watford says it's right, that's me away. often left to them to help. the kids tell me you're we've had situations whereby parents have had maybe an oven stop working a country and western singer. or a fridge stop working and they literally can't replace it. thankfully, we have quite a good it'sjust country.
network and find out things like that and then we're able i didn't realise. to access from various charities, support for them, but it you must be very good, shouldn't be like that. because all i've heard the neu also says that the situation all week is rose—lynn, rose— lynn, rose— lynn. is being made worse by the education why country? 'cos it's three funding crisis, which means schools and colleges can do less to counter the impact of poverty. chords and the truth. the government says tackling disadvantage will always be wow! a priority and it's investing it goes like that. in free school meals for more it just gets whatever's than a million of the most disadvantaged children. in there out. sarah walton, bbc news. anyways, i'll see you next week. thanks very much. bye. the director of policy such great performances for child poverty action group, in this as well. louisa mcgeehan, says more must be sophie okonedo obviously, invested in children julie walters obviously. and their wellbeing. jessie buckley though the findings of their is the real star in this. survey were shocking. they're not that surprising. her character is a free spirit and she is so dynamic playing this role. she's so fluid, so natural we know that we have a child poverty playing this role. crisis, so what they're seeing she's a real force of nature. in schools is just one end of that. so there are some great scenes some of it inevitably is anecdotal, between rose and her mother but you can point to something more because rose is so wild and her mum, concrete than that, can you? we know that around a third of julie walters, is so kind of uptight, so they work children are growing up in poverty, together very nicely. it's 4.1 million children.
bits of it reminds me of the film and we know that poverty impacts educating rita from many years ago that really madejulie walters' on many aspects of a child's life, name, and rita was herself a free spirit. so we know that they are more likely there are little echoes to do less well in school, more of that one from the 80s. more likely to suffer from ill and some people saying jessie buckley, her star is born. she's going to be health — which stays a really big thing. yeah, i think so. with them throughout life — because she can sing and more likely and she can act. to have a shorter life expectancy. she does it very easily it is a very chronic problem. or makes it look easy. what this film captures let me put to you what is that need that a lot of people have to perform, the minister says. that need a lot of people have to get on stage, to sing, he said, "tackling disadvantage and you don't really is a government priority want to do anything else. and government are investing you can't imagine a normal life, £9 million into children's you can't imagine a 9—5job, afterschool clubs that would provide free meals and snacks." you have to just follow your dream. you would say yes to that, certainly gritty, it but more presumably. doesn't make it look easy, what more and how do we afford it? but it's always lovely to see someone follow their there is so much more dream, isn't it? that government can do. it is and what's the music like? so free school meals for infants is great. some of it is original, we would say that should some of it is covers? be for all children, so when someone is in hospital yeah, country classics. the music's good. i'm not a big country fan. receiving that public service, i nearly said country and western, you can't call it that. nobody goes around by the bedside and finds what anyone earns before i'm not a big country fan but it's one of those films they get lunch. so we say actually we should where you come out of it going, have a free meal for all children you know what? i'm actually probably as part of the service in school. going to stream that or download it because it's really appealing.
so extend it from infants all right, well i look to primary and into secondary. forward to that one. now, little, an adult woman and we know we published last is magically transformed week a book which looked into a child version of herself or a younger version of herself. at the experiences of children in london and the south—east yes, that sounds and theirfamilies, and one familiar, doesn't it. of the things that children it's a body swap comedy. there were saying was we saw tom hanks in big back although they get a free school meal in the 80s, freaky friday is another one, there have been for being in a low—income lots of versions of background, it is often not enough this sort of story. so regina hall stars in this. to meet their needs. so they are still left hungry she's a big boss and really from the way these schemes operate. horrible to most people. is it right that the eligibility so she gets a spell cast for those free school meals is going down? on her that takes her back it is. to her 13—year—old self. is that not a surprising thing? when she was 13, she was very nervy, very geeky and bullied, better news? it does and it doesn't. which is why now as an adult she's what we see while child kind of bullying people because she's using it as a defence mechanism. so she has to learn a lesson to be poverty is giving up, comfortable with herself and to be kinder to people. we see eligibility for free school meals is going down. i mean, it's a film that is because one of the things aimed at young girls. i'm a middle—aged male film critic, that is really good news is more i'm not the audience, more people are in work, i found it pretty predictable. which is great, but unfortunately, but what i would say is regina hall they are not in well—paid enough has been around and has done work to escape poverty. a lot of comedy films, so work is insecure, she was in girls trip last year, people are on zero—hour contracts, made by the same people.
they may get minimum wage but not she's very good. look out though for the 14—year—old enough hours star of this film, marsai martin, she is also the executive producer and as soon as they of this film. over that threshold, a child will not get she's the youngest producer a free school meal. in hollywood history! so many kids who are living in low—income backgrounds and poverty she's great as an actress. are not getting that free school she's really strong, really confident, really powerful. meals and that is a real problem. she is someone, only 14 years as you make this case, old, we are going to be and clearly at times seeing a lot more of. and as you say, not really you do that to government, what sort of responses do an original concept for a film. you tend to get? i think it is understood. is there a moral message government, there is always about bullying in there? more that can be done. yes, there is a moral one of the things we can say to them message about bullying, about being comfortable along with so many other children's with yourself and i think any film that has that kind of message charities is we are in the fourth we should pat on the back, year of the freeze on benefits it's not a work of art for children and families and this is having a massive impact. but it's not offensive. we said them before the spring not a work of art but not offensive. statement, "please end it now." it is not ending, it is going stick that on the poster! laughter. on for another year. i don't think they will somehow. so our message to them is really right, mid90s which isjonah hill. when it comes to looking at where they go from here, a young boy finding friendship restore the losses that amongst a group of misfits. families have suffered. help them into work, a teen movie, really. help them into good work. yeah, a coming—of—age movie. support them in doing that. jonah hill we know as an actor from wolf of wall street and it's time to really think and superbad and many other things. about the sort of country this is his debut as a feature film that we want our children to be growing up with. director and writer.
so that means a major investment in children and their wellbeing. it's california in the mid—90s the headlines on bbc news: and this boy does have one person has died and at least 20 a troubled home life. he has a surrogate family others are taken to hospital after a crash involving two cars with these older skateboarders and a double decker bus he makes friends with. on the isle of wight. they are all people from broken it's been declared a major incident. homes and they all bond together. this lead actor, sunny suljic, the cabinet office minister david lidington says the government just 14 years old. and labour will both have to compromise as they look to break this is a scene where he is doing the deadlock over brexit. police say a nine—year—old boy his best to disguise what he's been up to, killed in a holiday park dog attack was alone in a caravan he doesn't want his mum to find out. with the animal. the organisers of street protests in sudan have held meetings with senior military figures to demand civilian rule in the country. president bashir, who led sudan for almost 30 years, was ousted by the military three days ago. generals have promised a transition to democratic government within two years, but protesters have rejected the offer. they are demanding the immediate establishment of a civilian government and the restructuring
of the feared intelligence service. let's talk now to david shinn, former deputy us ambassador to sudan. good evening. hello. how do you see things progressing over the next few days? i think what is necessary is to have compromise with the protesters in the military council to demand immediate civilian rule is frankly not very realistic. you still have to maintain security of the country. that is going to be in the country. that is going to be in the hands of the military will some on the other hand, the military could very easily bring into government now senior civilians to occu py government now senior civilians to occupy a whole series of positions such as the economic ministries, the foreign ministry, even the prime minister. i think that would build goodwill between the protesters on the one hand and the military counsel on the other. perhaps help
diffuse the situation. what do you make of the man now in charge? who of course has vowed to uproot the regime. this is the lieutenant general. what is known about him and his likely approach to all this, do you think? i don't personally know him but he seems to have taken a more reasonable approach to this than the first successor to president bashir, the former defence minister, who had a reputation for being a very hardliner and very close to president bashir. this general has said a number of the right things. the problem is that by drawing this process out for up to two years, drawing this process out for up to two yea rs, i drawing this process out for up to two years, i think he has antagonized a lot of the protesters and probably rightfully so. i think he needs to back away from such a long period of transition. but as i say more importantly, immediately bring in technocrats and perhaps some of the protesters into the
government. these are demonstrators, protesters who feel they have made a certificate difference already, don't they? they are hardly lucky to stop now. they have made a huge difference already. they don't need to stop now, but they don't necessarily need to demand 100% of their original demands. there may have to be a bit of compromise on their side, too. but as long as it is done in good faith by both the protesters and the military counsel, there can be a nonviolent and to this situation as there was in 1985 when you had a similar situation and they overthrew the previous president. and what do you think will happen to the ousted president bashir now? that is anybody's gas. i think it is important to put that issue to the side for the moment. let the new government be a
combination of civilians and military, let them decide how to handle that. sudan is not a member of the international criminal court, but that does not negate the wish obviously of the icc to have custody of president bashir. 0k, thank you very much indeed, david. updating us on very much indeed, david. updating us o n eve nts very much indeed, david. updating us on events in sudan. three people have died after the vehicle they were travelling was hit by a car going the wrong way down a slip road in peterborough. police have arrested a man on suspicion of causing death by dangerous driving and driving while under the influence. he remains in a critical condition in hospital. there's been a sharp rise in the number of crimes involving dating apps and websites across england and wales. an investigation by bbc radio 5 live found that around half the reported offences were sex crimes. the online dating association says its members do all they can to protect users from harm.
here's the programme's presenter adrian goldberg on why the number of crimes have increased. we've analysed figures from 22 of the 43 police forces across england and wales who responded to a freedom of information request. they showed that, in 2015, there were 329 offences reported to those forces related to online websites or dating apps. now, that 329 by last year had risen to 528 offences. so an exact doubling across those 22 police force areas. and overall, half of those reported or alleged crimes were sexual in nature. i should say as well... i hesitate to use the phrase "tip of the iceberg", but bear in mind that is just over half of the police forces who responded to our freedom of information request. large police force areas like the metropolitan police in london didn't respond. so i think it is reasonable
to assume that the real figure of crimes associated with dating websites and apps would be much, much higher. nigeria's president buhari has said he will not rest until the schoolgirls abducted by islamist militants from chibok are reunited with their families. his statement comes on the fifth anniversary of the kidnapping by boko haram of 276 girls from their school. 60 girls have since escaped, over 100 more have been freed, but 112 are still missing. how many times have you gone to work when you're not really up to it? a new study has found more than 40% of employees said their work was being affected by health problems, a figure that's risen by a third over the last five years. here's our business correspondent emma simpson. sarah's main job these days is looking after her children. a decade ago, she was in
engineering recruitment. i was 22. it felt exciting for me to be starting my career. i absolutely loved it, it was a greatjob. but sarah ended up having a breakdown, yet still felt under pressure to get back to work. it was just quite surreal to be thinking, "oh, i probably have to go to work tomorrow," but i was sat in a hospital bed recovering and being told by doctors, "you're really seriously ill, you need to look after yourself. this is something you shouldn't be messing around with. you know, you'vejust tried to take your own life". when you look back on it with hindsight you see, actually, if i'd have been given a bit more time to become well before i'd had a breakdown, i would have been in a better position to keep on working. if you break a leg, it's clear you need time off. having a mental illness or suffering from workplace stress can be harder to spot, but researchers found these are the biggest factors behind the growing problem of people turning up for work when they're not
well enough to do theirjobs. basically did enough to meet the minimums. you know, to get by. dale hit rock bottom when he lost his wife but his employer helped him including a fitness programme to improve his physical and mental health. overall, i feel better in myself. but how more productive do you feel at work? quite a bit, and i'm definitely a lot better than i was as far as my overall performance in myjob. dale works for dixons carphone. the compa ny‘s been on a journey, too. we've had to be careful about health and safety in the workplace but what we've missed is mental well—being which is just as crucial as all of the other factors as well. people with poor mental wellbeing, they aren't as productive as people who are healthier, they're less robust, they take more time off through sickness, and they're less responsive
and we need to help them. we need to help our workforces. good afternoon, thanks for calling technical support. my name is dale. it's worked for dale. he's now earned his first ever full—time bonus, so if other organisations really started to tackle this problem, might it help solve the uk's productivity puzzle where workers aren't nearly as efficient as they could be? absolutely. we believe the key issue to britain's productivity problem is due to presenteeism, where people are present at work, but are not performing in an optimal way. sarah freelances now and is happy. she just wishes she was shown some compassion and flexibility when she needed it most. emma simpson, bbc news, colchester.
a little more information has come in the last two minutes from hampshire police about this serious crash on the isle of wight in which one person has died. a crash between a bus and two cars in newport. on the isle of wight. police now saying the isle of wight. police now saying the person who died was a woman in her 60s. three others who were travelling in a red fiat bravo with a woman were taken to hospital in a serious condition. the statement read that we can confirm that we are investigating a serious road traffic collision on forest road in newport. it has resulted in the death of a woman in her 60s and then goes on to reaffirm what i just woman in her 60s and then goes on to reaffirm what ijust said about the red fiat bravo. apparently the driver of the bus, a man in his 50s, is also said to have sustained a serious injury in this accident. and ten passengers who were travelling on the bus have also been taken to hospital as a precaution. for people travelling in the other car, this was a silver mini cooper apparently,
they were also taken to hospital as a precaution for that we can show you one other image relevant to events you one other image relevant to eve nts o n you one other image relevant to events on the isle of wight. this is a tweet that makes reference to this major incident and that was referred to by the isle of wight nhs trust. and there are further details there after the numbers you can ring if there is some sort of medical health concern as a result of that accident. but one person who died, a woman in her 60s in accident. severe weather in the southern united states has claimed the lives of two children in texas after a tree fell on the family car. tornadoes swept through the town of franklin, causing widespread damage. severe weather has also been affecting communities in neighbouring louisiana and mississippi. nickjohnson reports. the aftermath of a direct hit from a tornado.
winds of 140 miles per hour levelled whole neighbourhoods here in the small town of franklin in central texas. two young children were killed when a tree fell on the family car. at least seven others have been injured. despite the frequency of extreme weather in this part of the world, residents are still coming to terms with the severity of the storm. something hit the house, but i didn't expect all this. it was surprising when the sun came up and we could see what happened. we've got about half of texas coming to help us. we've lost about half of the south side of franklin. it was totally destroyed. we need all the help we can get. we need some way to get these people back, get cleaned up and get them back in their homes. thousands are still without power across the region as storms swept through neighbouring louisiana and mississippi, but while the clear—up from this storm continues, the tornado season is only just under way.
nickjohnson, bbc news. a world war ii bomb has been detonated in a river in the german city of frankfurt. hundreds of residents were evacuated from the area as preparations were made for the bombs detonation. the bomb was found by divers in frankfurt‘s river main on tuesday. now, it's time for a look at the weather with tomasz shaffernacker. another chilly one today. we have all felt the cold this weekend, even with a bit of sunshine, it hasn't felt too great. temperatures, for example, on the north sea coast today only around six or seven degrees. tomorrow will be a little bit milder. we will certainly notice that across southern areas of the uk. and then gradually through the week, it will be warming up. at the moment, quite a lot of cloud across western parts of the uk.
this is thanks to a big low pressure out in the north atlantic that is sending a weather front in our direction. but it is not making much progress because this high pressure here is stopping it. in fact, this high pressure has been responsible for sending the colder weather in our direction. sunnier skies. you can see the cold air circling this area of high pressure, and as it approaches our shores here, bringing the chilly conditions that we've had all weekend. so, temperatures by the end of the afternoon, early evening in the south, just around ten degrees. single figures elsewhere. tonight, clear skies, so once again there will be a frost around, whereas in the west, we have more southerly winds here and a weather front close by, so it won't be quite so chilly. belfast around 6 degrees, 7 in plymouth, but for sure, in central areas of the uk, temperatures outside of town will be around freezing or below. so, tomorrow, pretty much the same, so most of the cloud will be in the west of the country closer to the weather front and the low pressure here actually coming on as well. so maybe some rain for cornwall, western fringes of wales,
possibly one or two spots in northern ireland. also a couple of showers there in eastern scotland. but the central swathe of the uk all the way down to the south coast will be fine. 1a degrees already in london, and then really through the week ahead, we say goodbye to the colder weather. you can see the colder airand the warmer currents of air will win. and that warm air will be arriving from the south and then eventually the south—east, so the continent will be warming up as well. tuesday, we do have quite a bit of cloud across the country and also you will notice some blue, one or two spots of rain, but the winds by then will have switched directions, so that means 15 in london, double figures there in central scotland as well. by wednesday, it really is all change, so sunshine throughout much of the country, just a few clouds here and there. those temperatures starting to rise dramatically from wednesday. in fact, by wednesday, i suspect those temperatures will be hitting around 18 degrees in london and the mid—teens in central scotland. bye— bye.