hello, this is breakfast with ben thompson and rachel burden. coming up before nine, well, we asked bbc news for their response to those complaints, and this is what they told us. as well as reporting matt will have all the weekend on the mueller investigation, but first, a summary of this morning's main news. another ofjon sopel‘s recent clinics that provide activities has come under cosmetic procedures, such as fillers and botox the spotlight since injections, are helping to fuel a mental health we were last on—air. and anxiety epidemic. that's according to the medical director of nhs england. as well as reporting on the mueller investigation, professor stephen powis is calling another ofjon sopel‘s recent for an official register activities has come under of all providers and for better the spotlight since training to protect vulnerable clients from quick fixes. professor stephen powis is calling for an official register of all providers and for better training to protect vulnerable we were last on—air. clients from quick fixes. nhs england says only 100 out of 1,000 cosmetic practitioners are currently registered. not all practitioners are part buzzfeed news revealed the bbc of the joint council, north america editor addressed and we really want to get executives of the tobacco giant to a position where any procedure philip morris at a staff conference in miami. that is offered is done so safely, health charities and anti—smoking where the assessments are good, campaigners were not impressed. where we take care and attention and nor was clare sambrook, who tweeted. .. around people's mental as well as physical health. sri lankan security forces have exchanged fire with suspected islamic state militants in the east of the country.
reports say 15 bodies, including six children, have been found in a house where the gun battle took place. the country has remained on high alert since the easter suicide attacks on churches and hotels that killed 253 people and injured more than 500. jon sopel declined to respond to buzzfeed, and a bbc spokesperson declined to say how much he had been paid to speak at the event, adding... politicians in northern ireland have been urged to do everything they can to restore power—sharing when they take part in fresh talks next month. the coalition government at stormont broke down in january 2017 and since then, the two main parties — the democratic unionists and sinn fein — have been unable thank you for all your to reach agreement comments this week. if you want to share your opinions on bbc news and current affairs, or even appear on a range of issues. on the programme, do e—mail... you can find us on twitter... you can call us on... and have a look at previous father martin magill, who led journalist lyra mckee's funeral service, interviews and discussions stressed the need for peace and a resolution. i get the sense that people want our politicians to move, and they want them to move now. and by that, i mean in terms
of entering into those talks on our website. and a way that will actually bring a positive result at the end of them. more than 90 labour mps and meps — including a number of shadow ministers — have signed a letter demanding the party commits to holding another referendum on any brexit deal. good morning, welcome to breakfast labour's ruling national executive will meet on tuesday to finalise with rachel burden and ben thompson. the pa rty‘s manifesto our headlines today... for the european elections, which are due to take place in less cosmetic clinics are accused of than four weeks' time. fuelling a mental health epidemic. the snp is to decide england's top doctor tells firms on a new currency plan they need to do more for an independent scotland to protect vulnerable clients. as its spring conference opens in edinburgh. sri lanka's security forces say at least 15 people, including some children, have been killed during gun battles the party leadership, including with suspected islamist militants. first minister nicola sturgeon, wants scotland to keep the pound in the years after independence. they say the country could then look fresh talks to try to break the political deadlock to introduce its own currency if six in northern ireland are welcomed economic tests are met. by the white house — but some activists believe this does not go following the death of lyra mckee. far enough, and want a separate currency introduced sooner. more than 90 labour politicians demand thatjeremy corbyn commits aid agencies have raised concerns to another referendum about the effect of heavy rain on communities prone to flooding in the european election. and landslides, after a powerful cyclone hit mozambique. five—star liverpool go top again. up to 80 centimetres they thrash huddersfield 5—0 of rain is expected
at anfield, to overtake manchester city again, so the pressure is now on city to fall in the coming days and 30,000 people have to respond at burnley tomorrow. already been evacuated, after homes collapsed there are two points behind again. and the power supply was cut off. plus — push—ups, press—ups, cyclone kenneth made landfall on thursday, with wind speeds equivalent sprints and squats. i'll be finding out what it takes to a category four hurricane. at least 10,000 homes have been left to make a crossfit champion. without power in ireland i'm not sure if matt can. as storm hannah hits the uk. and in weather, storm hannah a red weather warning is in place for counties clare and kerry. is set to bring many of us the storm is expected to pass a windy, wet and cool day. through southern wales i'll have all the details and south—west england this morning. travel disruption is highly likely. those are the main right here on breakfast. stories this morning. good morning. it's saturday 27 april. our top story... clinics that provide cosmetic procedures, a birthday message from such as fillers and botox the white house to melania trump has injections, are helping to fuel a mental health gone viral on twitter. and anxiety epidemic. that's according to the medical here it is... director of nhs england. professor stephen powis is calling for an official register the white house wished of all providers and for better the first lady a happy a9th training to protect vulnerable clients from quick fixes, birthday alongside a picture as our global health correspondent richard galpin reports. of her sitting alone on a sofa as nearly 20 photographers circled her. but, people quickly began to mock the photo, which was taken during a meeting between donald trump and the czech
prime minister in march. cosmetic procedures like botox injections and fillers are popular and easily available — notjust in clinics, but also in high street outlets. many have branded the picture the nhs is concerned there is a link choice as strange. between young people's mental health i cannot take my eyes off the yellow and these kinds of procedures. 25% of youngsters are worried about their appearance, flowers. leg and it looks a bit like 50% are worried about their weight, spot the ball competition, because and we know that the evidence they are all looking at something is if you've got those concerns, different. happy birthday, but a if you are feeling pressure strange picture nonetheless. mike or bombarded around idealised body image, that you are more likely to seek procedures, busheu strange picture nonetheless. mike bushell is with us. but you are also then more likely to be dissatisfied with the outcome it's the premier league season, so of those procedures. to try to tackle this, many teams at the top with so many the nhs wants all those providing cosmetic procedures to sign up to an online training programme teaching them how to recognise points. if it was any other season, the signs and symptoms of vulnerability and mental ill health, and ensuring they tell liverpool would be the champions, customers where to get help but it is not any other season. if they show signs of being vulnerable.
but the course is voluntary it's a case of who blinks first, and so far, only 10% of providers in this unprecedented title race, so its now up have signed up for the training. to manchester city, now, one point behind to respond, at burnley tomorrow. richard galpin, bbc news. andy swiss reports. 15 bodies, including six children, all sing: liverpool, are reported to have been found in a house where sri lankan security liverpool, liverpool! forces exchanged fire with suspected islamic state militants. they may be the underdogs in the title race, but you would scarcely have guessed it. searches for extremists have been liverpool fans in bullish mood, hoping for a win to ramp up stepped up following the suicide attacks on churches and hotels last the pressure on rivals manchester city. and the hosts could afford to be confident — weekend, which killed at least 253 their opponents, huddersfield, after all, are rock people and wounded hundreds more. bottom of the table. jon donnison has this report. but surely, even they could not have dreamt of a start quite like this. all week, the security forces liverpool ahead after just 15 seconds. in sri lanka have been blink and you'd missed it. warning of further attacks. but naby keita didn't mind, and fair they were right. to say neither did his manager. and jurgen klopp soon had a raid in the east of plenty more to celebrate as his players made it look the country found a massive oh, so simple. bomb—making factory — gelignite, ball bearings, the second, courtesy of sadio mane, and explosives in huge quantities. and when just before the break mo salah added a typically sumptuous third, any lingering anfield nerves also uncovered, an is flag. had long since vanished. surely, it was nowjust a case of how many and while liverpool nearby, in another raid, weren't quite at their best, they didn't need to be — police were involved in a gun battle mane with his second of the night
as his side coasted to the most with suspected extremists. comfortable of wins. 15 bodies were recovered, among them some civilians. in an interview with the bbc‘s clive myrie, the prime minister it was just what anfield had hoped for and it was all ranil wickremesing was asked rounded off by salah — a 5—0 thumping and for now, about what many see as the failings at least, liverpool go top. their premier league title dream of his government, and why he'd not been aware there had been is still very much alive. intelligence warning so job done here for liverpool, of the easter sunday attacks. but they will know that manchester city still have that game unfortunately, i didn't know. in hand and if they win it what do you do when you against burnley on sunday, are out of the loop? they will go back on top you're talking about of the table with just not being in the loop? two matches remaining, you are the prime minister! so this enthralling title race, it seems, is heading you're number two on the right to the wire. national security council! andy swiss, bbc news, anfield. that is the critical issue. we need to find out why i was not in the loop, who was in the loop and who wasn't in the loop. it's an outstanding group meanwhile, the clean—up has begun at the saint anthony's shrine church of players, obviously, and tonight, they did again very well in colombo, targeted in last week's against a huddersfield side who, blast, but in a sign that the threat i have to say, did much better than the result shows. remains, the catholic church because we had really to work hard across the country has cancelled in a lot of situations, all masses scheduled for this sunday so they defended well but especially they had proper counter attacks, so, amid fears of more attacks. like, and they played in short
jon donnison, bbc news. spaces and they got set pieces and all this other stuff. more than 90 labour mps and meps — including a number it was really work and so, of shadow ministers — we needed to be patient as well. have signed a letter demanding the boys were that. the party commits to holding another and then, they scored referendum on any brexit deal. we're joined from our london newsroom by our political wonderful goals. correspondent susana mendonca. it's quite a specific request, just what are they asking for here? they dan is here from football focus. there was a debate on social media wa nted what are they asking for here? they wanted to be a confirmatory vote on to see what shirt to wear.” whatever deal is arrived at, if a deal is arrived at indeed. so there was a debate on social media to see what shirt to wear. i chose the wildlife bonanza. it is quite effectively it is another referendum but basically to give people the opportunity to say whether or not they support the deal or whether or not they want to stay in the bright, isn't it! do you attract european union. this is something a lot of labour mps and members want the party to stick to. in terms of bees? yes, and i feel like doctor what the party policy is, the party dolittle. come to me, myjungle policy is to keep everything on the friends. there are many animals on table including the idea of it. i will give you a close later, supporting a confirmatory vote, but in the past week there has been a lot of concern that perhaps this is mike. anyway, talking about
not going to be made clear in the football... european referendum campaign because mike. anyway, talking about football. . . we mike. anyway, talking about there was a draft copy of a leaflet football... we need to wait to see who slips up. yes, we were talking that was supposed to go out which about how liverpool could finish on didn't include any reference to another referendum, and so you have 97 points but still be second, and these mps basically saying to the apart from last year they would have labour ruling body which is going to won the league every year. tottenham be meeting on tuesday to decide its ma nifesto for be meeting on tuesday to decide its manifesto for the european elections, saying to them they want this to be made clearer. they are not the only ones. we know emily ta ke won the league every year. tottenham take on west ham. liverpool taking thornberry the shadow foreign on barcelona, and spurs play ajax in secretary is also said she thinks there should be a vote on any deal the champions league, they are a thatis there should be a vote on any deal that is arrived at. also tom watson young team, they have already beaten the deputy leader of the labour real madrid and juventus, and we party is talked about labour how have been there to find out what it they can sit on the fence if they wa nt to they can sit on the fence if they want to counter the brexit party but is that makes ajax so special. we the problem for labour is in a lot of those labour heartlands and a spoke to their chief executive about north of england there are paper who their football. we have a philosophy voted for brexiting might feel let down so you have got labour mps with the development of players and the style of players, making sure saying they shouldn't be calling for another public vote so it is one of thoseissues another public vote so it is one of those issues where labour is very much divided. thank you very much. that we give them a chance to shine. if you are young enough, and good
more details on that on tuesday when enough, then you play, it doesn't they meet. aid agencies have raised concerns matter whether there was a about the effect of heavy rain on communities prone to flooding 23—year—old we paid millions for, and landslides, after a powerful cyclone hit mozambique. not a problem, if you're good enough, you play. that is one of the up to 80 centimetres of rain is expected to fall in the coming days and 30,000 people have already been evacuated, after homes key thing is it ajax. he has collapsed and the power supply was cut off. magnificent hair. he is like a dutch cyclone kenneth made landfall on thursday, with wind speeds equivalent charlie. you will pay for that! a to a category four hurricane. politicians in northern ireland have been urged to do everything they can dutch charlie stayt. one of the to restore power—sharing when they take part in fresh talks next month. nominees for young player of the the united states welcomed the news — saying it supported efforts year, david brooks, from bournemouth, we are talking to him. to break the political deadlock, which has been in place since 2017. 0ur ireland correspondent cardiff are still trying to stay in the division. aston villa in the emma vardy reports. championship, an incredible run, ten at lyra mckee's funeral, straight wins. i know your team the words of fr martin magill leads the way a bit. if sheffield received a standing ovation when he shamed politicians for failing to reconcile their differences to restore devolution. in his first interview united win, they are into the
since the address, he urged politicians to listen to the people. premier league. we will also look back on the life of ellie —— billy i get the sense that people want our politicians to move and they want them to move now, mcneill. we are also looking at and by that i mean in terms of entering into those talks and in a way that will actually premier league predictions. it could bring a positive result be horrific. sometimes they do well. at the end of them. political adversaries in northern ireland have been brought together by the death of the journalist who was shot it is like the person that wins the during rioting in londonderry. more than two years since power—sharing collapsed grand national by putting a pin on in northern ireland, yesterday, the british and irish the page. we also have the situation governments announced that in the wake of lyra's death, there would be fresh at ipswich, where players are not discussions to try to reach a new power—sharing agreement, beginning after the local elections next week. playing until they are paid. it is and we will work with all the parties to help them do that. such a sad situation. it is sad, for but repeated rounds of talks have previously failed, a club with such a rich footballing and big sticking points between the parties remain. history, such passionate fans, and a emma vardy, bbc news. generation ago they were playing in the premier league, now they are are you an aspiring secret agent? cancelling games because they have not paid the players. sad. thank you
if so, can you crack the message very much, see you later. any more behind this picture? the cia has blown its cover on instagram, with an intriguing shirts? no, it is an exclusive here! mission to accomplish. captioned ‘i spy with my little eye' the post shows a desk scattered four games in the scottish premiership today. with curiously placed objects, celtic can take a step closer to the title if they beat kilmarmock from a curly grey wig to a pile in the lunchtime kick—off. of foreign banknotes. amongst the other fixtures dundee could be relegated with defeat at motherwell. it's being seen as an effort congratulations as well to ross county who sealed promotion by the spy agency to recruit to the premiership last night with victory over a younger generation of officers, queen of the south. england cricketer alex hales agents and analysts. has been suspended. they are trying to work out whether following an "off—field incident". we can work out anything to do with what the clues may be and we have hales missed nottinghamshire's got some ideas. i have a piece of 0ne—day cup games last week, for what the county described paper which has the answers on that as "personal reasons". whilst the issue is not because i didn't have a clue. you cricket related, hales accepted that it was right, that he was suspended. its been a dramatic start failed, i wonder what the cia would to the formula one weekend, say about that. obviously there are in azerbaijan. some things, the wig and the nine thing, obvious you are part of the george russell's williams hit
spy thing, obvious you are part of the spy agency but other stuff like the plant is relevant. the plant is a loose man—hole cover, causing the first practice session to be abandoned. what's more, the car was covered included as a wry reference to the in fluid after the recovery truck cia's foreign intelligence plants. i hit a bridge on its way back to the pits. mentioned earlier the time on the the ferraris were quickest. clock was relevant because the clock ahead of the final day of the jump racing season, richard johnson rode his 200th winner, as he celebrates a fourth and is set to 8116 which was the time champion jockey title. but applying stuck the north tower of the trade centre during the he reached the milestone, in a season, for only the second time in his career terror attacks in 2001. some of at perth yesterday. he also achieved the same them, the conflicts on the desk, you feat three years ago. get them if you work at the cia and and bryony frost has we are saying surely you want to wear them because you are not very undercover if someone those that been passed fit to ride today can. i am looking for the secret spy and will be crowned conditional champion — the title for jockeys glasses. have a look for more on under the age of 26. frost broke her collarbone, instagram. it is 12 minutes bus after becoming the first female jockey to win a grade one race, at the cheltenham festival over date. —— passed out. fences. she'll ride present man in today's gold cup. world snooker champion some clinics in england providing mark williams has been taken cosmetic procedures, to hospital with chest pains,
such as botox and fillers, will be expected to refuse treatment while playing in his second and refer people to nhs services, round world championship if they have concerns match, at the crucible. about mental health issues. the welshman the plans have been approved by the joint council fell ill after his second session for cosmetic practitioners and welcomed by england's top doctor professor stephen powis, against david gilbert, whojoins us now, alongside sarah moxom, who has had numerous williams has tweeted, cosmetic procedures. doctors don't think it's my heart and should resume playing later today. thank you for coming in and talking newcastle remain bottom to us. sarah, where did it all start of rugby union's premiership, after losing 31 points and beginfor to us. sarah, where did it all start and begin for you and why? you are to 17 to northampton. young and beautiful so at what stage while sale jumped to did you think, i need to have sixth in the league, as they beat bath, assistance? i battled with anorexia is a try—less game. from the ages of 16 to 18 and was aj macginty kicking both sale's penalties, to keep their faint hopes, of a top four finish alive. very critically unwell. i went to when the world's best surfers five stone and the bmi that was at took on powerful waves at bells beach in australia, it was more spills, the state where you could than thrills, for the elite waveriders. essentially go on to pass away. i world number one, was so essentially go on to pass away. i was so fortunate i was treated as an italo ferreira, tackled the giant outpatient but with that it went i surf before this wipe—out, was signed off needing further care which saw him wash over the reef. the yellowjersey holder quite early on. i went to university managed to pick himself up, and spend time with a lot of older before finally getting some warmth in the arms of his girlfriend, ladies and for them cosmetic
but he failed to make the final procedures were the norm, bootjobs which was won byjohn lawrence, in the new olympic sport for next year. and nose jobs, liposuction, everything, it became normal. i there are also artificial reefs that didn't have a strong sense of who i was. i have no granting of identity you can take part in, but nothing like that. you can sense the and were still overcoming this awful condition. it adjustment i embarked disappointment. yes, it is such a oi'i condition. it adjustment i embarked ona condition. it adjustment i embarked on a series of cosmetic procedures. knife edge thing. thank you, see you tickets are what you had. my first later. one was one i was 21 and i had a the housing charity shelter told mps bootjob and this week that landlords who refuse one was one i was 21 and i had a boot job and then a nose job, one was one i was 21 and i had a bootjob and then a nose job, and i was recounting a while ago, having my nose job checked over but it was to rent property to people who claim all right. and they were asking me benefits are breaking the law. ifi all right. and they were asking me if i would like to have anything done and i remember sitting saying the charity estimates four out of ten private landlords what do you think and they said discriminate against benefit maybe you could have some filler in claimants in this way. paul lewis from radio a's money box your cheeks and your chin and programme has been looking balance it out better and i never into the issue and joins us now. it seems an old—fashioned title, no once hit my medical history, i never hid the fact i had a battle with run, but it is still being used. anorexia and it was always there on my form. i do feel at times that yes, and the dss had its name
eventually the upsell was there changed at the start of the century! rather than the care i needed. just over four out of ten refused to stephen, when you hear experiences like that, that is the focus of these proposals. first we have to stop pressurising people especially rent to people on benefits and a young people into feeling they need a perfect body, and that is why we further two didn't want to, so that is the majority. 0nly further two didn't want to, so that is the majority. only about a third of properties when i looked into objected to adverts for breast surgery objected to adverts for breast surgery running at the same time as this would do this, and in parts of a love island, why we don't want london it was almost zero. so there are london it was almost zero. so there a re really london it was almost zero. so there are really no go areas for tenants. idolised body image is promoted on social media and why we repeatedly call out celebrities for promoting benefits do not cover high rents, diet pills that don't work or fake and now they are being squeezed out remedies because this is of even the choice they had by these pressurising our young people into feeling they need to do this and policies. shelter say that this is worth asking sarah whether she had any checks if anybody asked whether an illegal practice, but it is a grey area , an illegal practice, but it is a grey area, isn't it? it is, they are she worried about them or whether she worried about them or whether she had psychological concerns. how relying on indirect discrimination. will this work in practice? if sarah because women are more likely than men to be these benefits, if they was to go through a clinic now and have children, for example, the vast had was to go through a clinic now and ha d exa ctly was to go through a clinic now and had exactly the same experience she majority of lone parents are women, has had before what would happen?
what we want to happen if people go and disabled people are more likely to be on benefits, so they say it is for botox or fillers is for the practitioners who are forming those procedures firstly to be trained so indirect discrimination, and discrimination on grounds of six or they are aware that there may be disability is not lawful. they have vulnerabilities, psychological taken on successful cases, but issues or mental health problems and then to check and ask for them individual cases taken by quite brave potential tenants, and they before those procedures are done and have worked, but what they would if they are identifying them, or for help and signposting and referring them on to other health care like is the government to step in and make it clear that this kind of professionals who will be able to address them in a much better way than simply going from procedure to phrase, no dss, or no one on procedure. the problem is that i think you have said this, even if benefits, is not allowed. what is happening as landlords are deciding someone think you have said this, even if someone sat down and gone through the check list with you i think at in advance who they would like to be the check list with you i think at the time of the frame of mind you their tenant. what do they say about when you would have just denied or their tenant. what do they say about the legality of whether they can get the presence of these issues in your away with it? landlord associations life so that has the difficulty. have said to us that they agree it the presence of these issues in your is poor practice, they do not deny life so that has the difficultylj definitely life so that has the difficulty.” definitely agree with that. when you're in the state of mind and are it, but they want landlords to have the freedom to let to whom they conditioned to believe you need this, you would actually go and find like. some landlords are prejudiced somewhere that did go and do it. against poor people, thinking they there is never any sense of blame of are against poor people, thinking they a re less anyone who has treated me or anyone against poor people, thinking they are less likely to pay rent, more before in that way because i can likely to be trouble, some people certainly say from my own experience
of sitting in that place and sitting say it is to do with the mortgaged restriction is not allowing them to in the desk and having the procedure done, i don't actually believe ta ke you're doing it from a sense and the restriction is not allowing them to take on people on benefits. place where you love yourself. i landlords say they want the freedom don't believe you truly accept who to rent to who they like, but there you are and i think that is the are to rent to who they like, but there a re lots of actual conversation. how do we help to rent to who they like, but there are lots of things were not —— that are lots of things were not —— that are not lawful, you cannot say no people to truly connect with who they truly are and love the ageing ethnic minorities, and no gay people, and shelter would like to process and everything about put this in the same category. thank themselves. this would be a volu nta ry themselves. this would be a voluntary scheme, stephen. what is you very much, and you can listen to to stop clients who have that mindset, who want to get a procedure donejust going to moneybox on bbc radio a at midday mindset, who want to get a procedure done just going to somewhere that isn't going to carry out these rules or checks? i am delighted the joint today. council is undertaken to ensure the we will be talking about bedtime stories later, you mightjust be members who register with the waking up you might want to go back practitioners who register will go through the appropriate training and put in place the appropriate checks to bed, that is coming up soon. but as you say, that is a small proportion of the people and practitioners who are undertaking these procedures. what we need to do it isa it is a pretty miserable morning for some of us, storm hannah has is call that out and encourage those people tojoin the is call that out and encourage those people to join the register is call that out and encourage those people tojoin the register and we
need to inform the public, so it is really important that if you are arrived. it is not a major storm by considering a procedure that you any means, and some of us start the check out whether the person you are going to is a member, signed up to this register, who was committed and day dry, but it has already been in someone this register, who was committed and someone who is committed to ask the questions of you, because although wales, with 82 mph, and consistent sarah said there is ongoing pressure, it's up to professionals to have the responsibility, they have to have the responsibility to winds of 66 mph in wales. here is enquire, ask, find out whether there the storm system, moving across is underlying problems and then do northern england, with the strongest something about it. but there is a winds to the south. gales across much wider cultural problem is you england and the south. add to this have indicated, sarah, how to stop young people being so heavily influenced by something social media and we have talked about that time and we have talked about that time and time again, any clues as to how that can be tackled? it is a process the heavy rain, which is turning to of how people identify who they truly are and the work may be needs sleet across the hills. 0utbreaks to be done in schools, how are we the heavy rain, which is turning to sleet across the hills. outbreaks of rain sporadically across england and looking at particularly female wales, and persistent rain in identity and what does it mean to be north—west wales and north—west a woman, having positive role models i believe will truly change, people england. rain will persist in who stand up and say we don't need to do this, there does need to be a
eastern parts in particular. black and white line when it comes to cosmetic procedures. positive slow—moving showers in scotland and north—east of england. some rumbles of thunder as well. a lot in the way body image, challenging those kinds of norms and stereotypical body of thunder as well. a lot in the way types you describe. it goes both of dry weather in the southern ways. the positive messaging out counties of wales and england. the there will be hugely influential and having people that people can look at and say look at how amazing they strongest of the wind this afternoon are and look at the fruit of their is likely to be around the irish sea lives and how wonderful they are as coasts, north west england and north women, men, and they haven't had cosmetic surgery and there is an wales especially. this evening, a cce pta nce turning sherry, with showers cosmetic surgery and there is an acceptance where in society where saying it is ok if, and we are elsewhere in england in particular. by elsewhere in england in particular. by the end of the night, breezy creating these rules under system which will tackle it a bit but not get through to the challenge. thank conditions. it will be a cold start you very much, but the view. good to to sunday morning, with clear skies. see you both this morning. pretty things will be better compared to today for many. the remnants of wild, within 20 everywhere. matt has all the details. hello. good storm hannah clearing away. a lot of cloud being produced for the london morning. some ratherfeisty weather. not everywhere. 0ne morning. some ratherfeisty weather. not everywhere. one or two spots marathon, temperatures starting at driver stops sunday through saturday
reasonably, but hanna has rolled in nine, and will go through to 1a, of the atlantic and through tonight nowhere near as hot as the record brea kers nowhere near as hot as the record breakers last year. still breezy across the south—east of england, still the potential for travel disruption. not the major storm system but it will cause a few turning cloudy in devon and problems. through the night we saw winds top 80 miles an hour across cornwall, with patchy rain and parts of north—west wales. northern drizzle on —— in northern ireland. wales getting buffeted by some of the strongest winds throughout the rest of the day. this system has feeling a bit warmer, with started to work its way east. this swirl like a little catherine wheel, temperatures into the teens, and the the centre pushing over northern new far north of scotland will have the england. the west and south of that. latest wind. —— lightest. to be northern ireland, much of england and wales, widespread gales this morning. winds topping a0 or 50 mph fair, if you are running the widely. ransom irish sea coast, 60 or 70 mph. heavy marathon, you do not want the temperatures of last weekend. widely. ransom irish sea coast, 60 or70 mph. heavy rain widely. ransom irish sea coast, 60 or 70 mph. heavy rain piling yes, not too hot. good luck if you are running the marathon. we are widely. ransom irish sea coast, 60 or70 mph. heavy rain piling in, northern ireland, midlands, north—west england. areas of rain talking about that next. working around the low pressure system across england and wales. some dry places, southern coastal months of training will come
counties might get dry through the to fruition this time tomorrow, day. north—east england not too bad. when thousands of amateur and professional athletes line up little winds and one or two summers. for the london marathon. the same because much scotland but here there could be so movie having in the men's wheelchair race, an thundery. to the east of northern all eyes will be on david weir, who's looking for a record ireland, southern parts of north—west england and in the first ninth course victory. his team matejohnboy smith, nine and north wales could get some is an upcoming wheelchair racer whose life was changed in a split minor flooding, second as a teenager. nine and north wales could get some minorflooding, temperatures nine and north wales could get some minor flooding, temperatures around here only 7—9. big contrast kate grey has been to meet him at his training base at richmond park. yesterday. 1a in the north—west of johnboy smith is one of britain's rising stars on the wheelchair scotla nd yesterday. 1a in the north—west of scotland where winds are lighter. racing circuit but he never set out to be. finishing the day still gales in his life changed at the age of 16 in a tragic case many areas. the strongest winds into of mistaken identity. the evening around some parts of i stumbled upon the wrong farm at the wrong time, north—west england and north wales mistaken for a poacher, i was accused of poaching particularly around liverpool. the and everything like that. rain here turns a bit more sorry through the night. a few showers the farmer fired a warning shot elsewhere across england and wales. at me instead of asking many become dry, when swallowing a questions, are you poaching, was you here before or whichever. bit lighter and that will be a cool fired a warning shot, me start to sunday. the ridge of high and my friends ran back to our car, pressure building in means a quieter the gun the farmer shot me day for many. low pressure starting with was a rifle, he shot to pull out. still close enough buy to pull out. still close enough buy to eastern england to produce the through the back of the car, odd shower and you might get caught into the seat and through my spine. by one if you are spectating or that's the less gory short story. and that was it?
running the london marathon through that was it, instantly tomorrow. most of the time there total paralysis. before his injury, he was a keen will be dry. after the amateur boxer in his record—breaking heat of last year the good news is 9—1a will be the traveller community. that was clearly no longer an option temperatures as they lived through so during his five months of rehab the day. much more comfortable. a at stoke mandeville hospital, he had to come to with bit of a breeze blowing throughout. his new way of life. no where near as strong as the winds of today. a lot of dry weather at stoke mandeville hospital, around. cloudy across eastern campus he had to come to terms with of ingle during the morning and a his new way of life. my mum was pushing me around few showers. into the afternoon at the hospital in a wheelchair devon and cornwall, west wales and northern ireland, we could see some patchy drizzle later. striker and i was thinking, one, mathias was developing for many of i'm not going to let her do you. feeling warmer compared with that because that's going to get her down, the day. to produce into the mid and two, i'm a 16—year—old boy, i need some dignity. teens, 16, 18 and the highlands with that inspired me to be better, be stronger physically and mentally. the lightest of the winds. but we and yeah, itjust all snowballed from there, really. get some rain in the west to begin over time, johnboy tried out a number of different sports with, most places dry and then and eventually found his calling turning sorry later on. that is how as a marathon racer. announcer: it's going to be silver it is looking. thank you. looking and bronze for england! success with silver at last yea r‘s commonwealth games. the best moment in his wheelchair all right for london tomorrow. good racing career so far. but ultimately it's not luck if you are running tomorrow. about medals forjohnboy. best of luck. you're watching he wants to be a role model breakfast from bbc news. in his community and prove that it's time now for a look anything is possible. you can have the worst news in the world, you've lost the use your legs, at the newspapers. you can't box anymore,
you can't have a normaljob. i just want to show there victoria dean, who previously worked is life after disability, in the brexit department and is now a partner at portland there's life after tragedy. i'm just a local lad from kent communications is with us. and itjust so happens that i'm very good at wheelchair racing. that was kate grey reporting for us. let's take a look at today's papers. the telegraph reports that cabinet minsters have best of luck to anyone involved in been ordered to hand the marathon. over their mobile phones as number already doing better than anyone else who hasn't even got out of bed. 10 continues to look for the person resonsible for leaked information about the huawei deal. the mail's headline how often do you read your is about jeremy corbyn. children a bedtime story? it says he's turned down an invitation from buckingham palace to attend a state banquet sometimes life gets in the way and when president trump visits the uk injune. other kids get in the way, and all sorts of other things. various other political leaders have two school teachers from essex have also turned this down. decided to live stream a short the times says anyone travelling book on social media, out of heathrow airport as some parents struggle to find won't need to show their passport the time as part of this summer, thanks to facial the nightly routine. recognition technology. it's been a huge and the sun's headline is about one success, with thousands of children of the dancers from strictly, katya, already tuning in to watch, who it says won't be given but the teachers say it's not a celebrity partner this year. about replacing the paperback. let's take a look. we will not be talking about that particular story first! this curious it is no replacement for a paper
book, but if there is a night when deal about huawei. we were talking pa rents book, but if there is a night when parents do not have time to read a about the substance and how involved it was going to be at the start of story or, instead of watching or playing a computer game or tv that the week and then it quickly turned into a story about who had leaked this information. from a national is inappropriate for them to be security council meeting. yes, the doing, they could watch technology with something beneficial for them. la ke security council meeting. yes, the lake is incredibly serious. probably the most serious one we have known it makes it interactive, and having in ourtime. the most serious one we have known in our time. therefore there is a the live aspect means children get serious leak investigation under way and we have often had lake involved. stick! parents came on and investigations where nobody ever believed they were really going to find out quite who had done it. but i think the point you might as well is really important, what is getting said that once it had ended, they a little bit lost in the story about who did or didn't like it and when and also why, it is the substance of sat down together and read another the story. the decision the prime story, so it is lovely to be able to minister has made to allow this inspire that. company to come and develop our 5g we'rejoined now by child care infrastructure at. is it that it expert rachel waddilove could have been a cabinet minister, and by stuart rowson, from bbc children's who is or is it as a civil servant from the responsible for the very popular department? i think it could have cbeebies bedtime stories series. been either. all the focus is on the good morning. what do you make of this? it is an interesting one.
cabinet meeting itself and ministers have to leave their bounds in a good morning. what do you make of this? it is an interesting onem is interesting, and as long as special box before they enter into cabinet meetings. you are legally people are getting stories, that is obliged to keep quiet. the focus is important. bedtime stories are part of what we do, and whether it is a on the cabinet meeting and ministers themselves who might have had a reason for wanting to leak. there story, on iplayer tv, and we now do would have been papers and discussions in the run up and lots of civil servants would have been involved so there are plenty of places that could have like four a skill on alexa. as long as from. the implications are children are getting stories that is far—reaching in a sense that the the main thing. what do you make of security breach things happened because they are able to tell those ministers and they trust them to keep that quiet buster is an kids going onto screens again?” implication if they are able to that the main thing. what do you make of kids going onto screens again? i am very much again screens, particularly just very much again screens, particularlyjust before bedtime, in formation will not be passed on but let me say something positive, i any more. yes. it is incredibly think it is a great idea that the serious and i think it is the right teachers have come up with to try to thing that the cabinet secretary and encourage parents to read with their by minister are taking it seriously and saying that if they find out who children at night, and i think the lea ked and saying that if they find out who leaked that that person or those individuals will be sacked head teacher said it is not to immediately. it would be fascinating replace books, but again, it sounds to know what the atmosphere is like fine, and it is a great idea to at the moment in the brexit department but looking at how the encourage parents to read, but my political situation has just got fear would be that it would take stuck in this stalemate, it looks
overin fear would be that it would take over in time, and busy parents would like public opinion is reflecting say, ok, let's do that instead of that. absolutely. one of the having a story. i don't want to —— important pieces and points that this piece makes is that we criticise parliament for not being parents because i know people are able to come to a decision on brexit busy, but reading stories are very and on the sort brexit we want, but actually they are probably reflecting where the public is quite important, the sort of thing where accurately, so there is also to you are tucking them in, you have polling being done using lots of that contact, you sit on the bed and different methods. it shows the have them on your lap, and it is an public really have no idea whether they want a soft brexit, hard important time, and for children to turn the pages of books and talk brexit, a customs union, a second about what they see. i am a great referendum, and whichever way you split it or ask the question, it believer in no screens before leads to a different set of answers. bedtime, particularly ipads and people understanding the substance of this, i don't mean in a patronising lie, but when we talk smartphones. you must have come about theresa may's deal, someone across cases where a very young who works in this industry, i remind children are swiping pages of books myself what that means, but whether and magazines because they expect them to be touchscreens. i know that eve ryo ne eve ryo ne myself what that means, but whether everyone everyone fully understands exactly what that stands for.” sometimes a bedtime story is more com pletely exactly what that stands for.” about a book to read, sometimes it completely agree. i think lots of us don't know what is on offer. so we are starting to bandy around these is for the one—on—one attention from
a parent that they don't get through terms like customs union, which mps the day. you can have interactive are for it and which are against, but we probably don't spend enough time talking about what that really means and doesn't mean as an option stories on our app as well, and i for those of us living in the uk. think rachel is right, screen time, and we are now in a very strange we are all worried about it, but it scenario where we are building candidates for european elections is part of a balanced diet, and for that take in less than four weeks' me the important thing stories time. here the guardian has a story themselves. is this about instilling themselves. is this about instilling the love of books and escaping into looking at the ones to watch. talk us looking at the ones to watch. talk us through some of the runners and riders of. it is a very mixed bag. a story, encouraging kids to start there are some surprises in there reading, never mind having been read where we have seen some former conservative members who have moved across to stand for either of the to by parents? yes, when we read the bedtime story by tom hardy, it was a two new parties, the brexit party or change uk. racheljohnson, boris massive hit from parents —— by pa rents, massive hit from parents —— by parents, but it is reminding people johnson's sister, and ann widdecombe of the importance of stories, which are the big headline names. it is feels like the key thing for us, and causing some excitement but for we will try to reflect the diversity yea rs causing some excitement but for years and years we have held european elections in the uk and of families and stories, and we are literally nobody cared. name your now at this stage where we have people like elton john mep was probably a question lots of people couldn't answer. we are at now at this stage where we have people like eltonjohn and tom hardy coming to us because they want to do the point we are leaving and we a bedtime story on cbeebies, which
might have mps who... who would go is brilliant. that grows the effect out and canvass for votes? as rachel of how important stories are. has touched on, the idea we are all a little fed up with the brexit rachel, when it comes to books, does negotiations as it is, if someone it matter to the content of them, comes to my front door and will you vote for me in the european the quality almost? i think it does, election, they will probably get short shrift. that is right and that but as a parent, when you have a may be why we see the extreme little baby and it is a few months parties, particularly the brexit party, who were campaigning on a old, you have the books that they sta nce party, who were campaigning on a stance of delivering the brexit the public has voted for but that is why cannot tearup, old, you have the books that they cannot tear up, the hard books, you they may do rather well in these turn the pages and they have elections. jeremy corbyn is not pictures, you start off with pictures, you start off with pictures, and a mother or father put going to have dinner at buckingham palace with donald trump. i guess in the words often, what does the this isn't totally surprising, and duck say? and that is where you his last visit there was all this start. that is what we need to do, political chatter about will he meet or shake his hand on what would happen? he did meet him last time. encourage parents to start when they he did and we should be careful with have little ones that it isjust pa rt of the headline because i think you have little ones that it isjust part of what you do as a parent, will meet him again, what he is rather than this big thing of refusing to do is attend a state banquet that will be held by the queen at buckingham palace. because reading to children, goodness me, i he regards it as a working visit is don't know how to do it. and it fine but the state visit with all
the pomp and ceremony is not doesn't have to stop when they are appropriate in his view. exactly and yea rs doesn't have to stop when they are it is that argument, that can we years old, it can carry on right through. absolutely. i know that continue to maintain really strong some parents still read stories to bilateral relationships with our most important ally in the us their children at ia, 15 because without perhaps rolling out the red their children at ia, 15 because carpet and have a good working their children at ia, 15 because their children love to have stories read to them, and there is nothing relationship without doing of that. wrong with that at all. many thanks, great to talk to you. thank you for rachel, we appreciate your time. and coming in. more a little bit later on. it is approaching 8:30pm. —— 00:29:27,060 --> 4294966103:13:29,430 8:30am. headlines coming up next. stewart, thank you forjoining us. this sunday's bedtime story will be read by actor luke evans. stay with us, headlines coming up.
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