this is bbc news. our top stories: a russian passenger plane has made an emergency landing at moscow airport after a fire broke out on board while it was mid—air. at least 13 people are reported dead. the prime minister urges jeremy corbyn to resolve their differences. do you trust the prime minister? no, not after this weekend. she has blown the confidentiality she had and hasjeopardised blown the confidentiality she had and has jeopardised the blown the confidentiality she had and hasjeopardised the negotiation for her own personal ambitions. israel and palestinian militants exchange fire for a second day — tensions escalate as israel targets and kills a hamas commander. roads in the centre of edinburgh
close to traffic as theyjoin a worldwide mission to improve air quality. coming up in half an hour, the travel show. hello and welcome to bbc news. a russian passenger aircraft with 78 passengers on board has made an emergency landing at moscow's sheremetyevo international aiport after a fire broke out. as the aeroplane came to a halt on the runway, dramatic pictures show the runway, dramatic pictures show the rear end of the fuselage engulfed in flames. the plane had
just taken off on its way to the russian city of murmansk. shortly after take—off, the cree issued a distress signal. something happened shortly after ta ke—off. issued a distress signal. something happened shortly after take—off. it forced the plane to turn around and to make an emergency landing. by all accounts, and extremely bumpy one. there were reports —— reports that suggest that the plane hit the ru nway suggest that the plane hit the runway twice, perhaps three times, on landing. we believe the fire broke out on landing. there is some dramatic amateur video footage showing half of the plane, the back—up of the claim, engulfed in fla mes back—up of the claim, engulfed in flames as the aircraft sped along
the runway before it came to stop. once it stopped, the emergency crews, the fire services, the ambulances were on the scene very quickly, trying to get people out of that burning plane. the emergency chutes were activated and people we re chutes were activated and people were getting out, but the back—up of the plane, which was particularly damaged, there was concern about passengers there. we know that the emergency teams spent some time trying to help people who might have been stuck in the back half of the plane. as for casualty figures, a lot of confusion at the moment. initial numbers suggest six people have been injured, now we hear that 13 people may have been killed. but still a very confused picture and it will take some time before we knew the full extent of casualties. what do we knew about the safety record of the aeroflot to sue project? it
was only a year old, i understand. it isa was only a year old, i understand. it is a pretty new plane, built in 2018. there have been reports today that the aeroplane may have been struck by lightning. i could have been the reason for a malfunction of the electronics on board the plane, that may have forced it to return to moscow airport. an investigation has been launched by russian air safety investigators. it will take some time before we know what caused this particular accident. the shadow chancellor has accused the prime minister ofjeopardising brexit talks between the government and labour saying she no longer trusts are after details of the negotiations appeared in the press. john mcdonnell also likened the government to accompany about to go bankrupt. the prime minister has urged jeremy corbyn to put differences aside and agree on a brexit deal.
every sunday begins with church for the prime minister. after apparent details of the private talks with labour in the sunday times. do you trust the prime minister? no, not after this weekend. i think she has jeopardised the negotiations for her own personal protection. that's not the end of it. labour fret that even if they can't do a deal with theresa may, you could get ripped up by her successor. trying to enter into a contract with a company going into administration and they can't... contract with a company going into administration and they can't. .. we need to start walking ourselves back
to an agreement where we can get the majority of people in the house of commons on board. i genuinely think there is a deal to be done. look at waiting in the wings? a man who frightens plenty of tories contemplate compromise.“ frightens plenty of tories contemplate compromise. if they push forward with this will be seen as a coalition of politicians against the people and i think millions of people and i think millions of people will give up on both labour and the conservatives, i really do. from the unambiguous group exit nigel farage, to the anti—brexit liberal democrats. i think it is now very, very clear that british politics is not going to have to be remade. it is clearly failing in all kinds of ways, and notjust a mess around the referendum, but the fact that as a country we are not getting to grips with the really big
challenges. theresa may and jeremy corbyn share the anguish of the leading party is divided over brexit. that is still the biggest blockage to the two of them sharing a brexit deal. a little earlier, chris mason told me that the two main parties want that far apart in terms of bread policy. the curiosity here is that when you look at the granular detail, actually the official position of the two main parties is not 1 official position of the two main parties is not1 million miles apart. you look at some of the things they have been talking about, like environmental standards and security and workers' rights. any gaps are probably bred tuple. this is about a numbers game, trying to assemble a majority in the house of commons. therefore, it is notjust the official position is that matter, it is what the tribes behind the leaders think that matters as well. there are two really big issues. plenty of conservatives hate the idea of a permanent customs
union. that is something that labour would like. the problem from the labour side is that plenty of labour mps and loots of their activists simply would not want to sign up to anything that didn't allow another public referendum. the prime minister is absolutely opposed to that. so how do they find agreement, given those huge blockages? obviously, you have the deadline of the european elections looming and the european elections looming and the hope that they can reach an agreement before the elections themselves. not a hope in the heck is probably the polite way of putting it. time has run out for that to happen. any students of this brexit process will recall that deadlines, and deadline school. i think those european elections are going to happen. in all likelihood,
if the local elections in england and the opinion polls are any indication, two big parties, the conservatives in particular, could ta ke conservatives in particular, could take a real working. we will be finding out how this story and many others will be covered on the front pages tomorrow at 1030 and 11:30pm tonight. tony grew and caroline frost arejoining me tonight. tony grew and caroline frost are joining me tonight. israel's prime minister has ordered the military to continue with massive strikes on the gaza strip and to employee tanks and artillery around the territory. palestinian officials say 15 people have been killed in gas over the weekend. israel says it is responding to hundreds of rockets being fired into their territory.
air raid sirens have barely stopped in southern israel. it is one of the worst flare—ups in years between old enemies. israel hasn't seen this number of casualties from rocket strikes since 2014. some hit homes. israeli deaths prompted talk of pierced response from the country's per minister. translation: i have instructed our forces to continue with massive strikes against terrorists in the gaza strip and the forces around the gaza strip and the forces around the gaza strip and the forces around the gaza strip will be stepped up with tanks, artillery and infantry. powerful explosions had cancer as the warplane struck. israel said it had hundreds of militant sites. the escalation had started on friday
when islamicjihad escalation had started on friday when islamic jihad shot escalation had started on friday when islamicjihad shot and wounded two israeli soldiers. the death toll has been rising in gaza. militants are amongst those killed. my high emotions are adding to the political pressure on both sides. israel and her mask for theirfirst pressure on both sides. israel and her mask for their first full—scale conflict five years ago. the un and others are desperately working to avoid a repeat. but for now, neither side seems ready to back down. a 17—year—old girl who was murdered andjoin 17—year—old girl who was murdered and join friday has been named by police. ellie gould was announced that when emergency services arrived at her home in chippenham. 24—year—old man has been arrested on suspicion of murder after a man was repeatedly stabbed in the leg. the assault happened in plastic, east of manchester, in the early hours of
this morning. this aspect is said to have fled the scene in a car. the victim, in his 20s, was taken to hospital, where he later died. police commissioners in england and wheels on prosecutor prosecutors to scrap our controversial new form asking victims of crime to hand over their mobile phones or risk prosecution is not going ahead. the association of police and crime commissioner sets the policy could undermine the criminaljustice system. campaigners have described this as their digital strip search. the police and crime commissioner is, elected by us to whole police force it to elected by us to whole police force ittoa elected by us to whole police force it to a con, have come out against this. the forms were introduced after a series of scandals were
vital evidence held on social media was not handed over to rate defendants. they were seen as an temp two improve the thoroughness of investigations. police said they too would only be examined where it was releva nt to a n would only be examined where it was relevant to an enquiry. but the association of police and crime commissioner is opposes the news. david lloyd, the organisation does not handed over to rate defendants. they were seen as an temp two improve the thoroughness of investigations. police said they too would only be examined where it was releva nt to a n would only be examined where it was relevant to an enquiry. but the association of police and crime commissioner is opposes the news. david lloyd, the organisation that this form is currently should be withdrawn or it is likely to result ina withdrawn or it is likely to result in a loss of confidence in the police, the crown prosecution service and the criminaljustice system service and the criminaljustice syste m m o re service and the criminaljustice system more broadly. they say that in some cases material connected to the rate case has been obtained by officers and used to undermine the complainant. the police that they are trying to balance privacy and justice. for those whose job are trying to balance privacy and justice. for those whosejob it are trying to balance privacy and justice. for those whose job it is to oversee the police, they say on this occasion they have got the balance wrong.
13—year—old boy has died after getting into difficulties in the sea of cla n getting into difficulties in the sea of clan did know in north wales. the coast guard pulled the child from the water at pigeonmight cove just after 9pm last night. he was airlifted to hospital in bangor died there. police are treating the death as suspicious. three teenagers had been badly injured after falling for —— from a cliff in cornwall. they fell nearly 70 feet late last night and were airlifted to hospital. police are appealing for witnesses. dog breeders selling poppies on the black market have been forced to pay back more than £5 million in tax as pa rt back more than £5 million in tax as part of a clamp—down on illegal puppy part of a clamp—down on illegal puppyfarming. part of a clamp—down on illegal puppy farming. customs officers find fraudsters making huge profits by breeding puppies on a mass scale with little regard for their welfare.
these breeders have been selling on animals being capped in horrible conditions. they have disease, there are over bread. it really does cause suffering and some of these people are moving dogs around, travelling great distances when they are sick and injured. it really is a miserable trade. a task force from hm revenue and customs set up in 2015 has recovered almost £5.5 million in lost taxes. it identified 257 separate cases of tax evasion across the uk. one puppy breeder in scotla nd across the uk. one puppy breeder in scotland was handed a bill of £425,000. animal welfare group says tens of thousands of poppies are being reared in unregulated conditions. the task force that it is made inroads into what it calls a brutal trade, but it is a growing problem. the government was unable
to say how many of the breeders that find are still operating. the advice for the rspca for anybody wanting a dog is to do your research on the person selling it or consider a rescue dog. the headlines. a russian passenger plane has made an emergency landing at moscow airport after a fire broke out on board. at least 13 people have been killed. the prime minister appealed to jeremy have been killed. the prime minister appealed tojeremy corbyn to resolve their differences and help deliver brexit. israel and militants in the gaza strip engage in a deadly amount of rocket fire as tensions between the two sides continue to escalate. let's catch up with all the sporting news. we have had another dramatic afternoon in the premier league and we haven't got many of those left now. manchester united have missed
out on qualifying for next season's champions league. there were head to a draw at huddersfield. for arsenal, their hopes of top four finish all but over, is at swiss reports. no top fourfinish but over, is at swiss reports. no top four finish and on the show and they can have no complaints. manchester united's hopes of champions league qualification ended with a whimper at huddersfield, although there began brightly. after the break, the ultimate sucker punch. our goal kick all the way through. it sums up united's day. in the words of ollie soldier, not good enough. arsenal's top hopes are almost all but over. they went ahead against brighton, but the gunners could not capitalise on their early lead and after the break conceded a
penalty of their own. brighton were level through glen marie. arsenal had their chances to win, but couldn't take them. they will no surely have to win the europa league to qualify for the champions league on the day of football and frustration. we know it is going to be difficult. our focus is the we know it is going to be difficult. ourfocus is the europa league. we can take some opportunity in the europa league to do something important. we haven't deserved to be in the top four. we have chased the pack. we have been given chances. the league is too tight, it is a good league, looted good teams, and when we got the opportunities, we weren't able to really grab them. today was just a confirmation of a long season. in
the end, the table doesn't lie. those results mean chelsea's win over watfo rd those results mean chelsea's win over watford guarantees their place in the champions league next season. they move above tottenham into third. in the championship, norwich we re third. in the championship, norwich were crowned champions thanks to a 2-1 were crowned champions thanks to a 2—1win at aston villa, but most of the interest took place at pride park frank lampard's derbyjust held on to their place in the play—offs. two goals in three second—half minutes from mason bennett and harry wilson saw them finish insect, to set upa wilson saw them finish insect, to set up a play—off semifinal against leeds united. to the final of the world snooker championship in sheffield. we can go live there right now. judd trump and john higgins, the four—time champion, battling it out in the evening session. they went into the session for — four. trump is now leading
6-5. for — four. trump is now leading 6—5. you can watch the drama unfold on bbc two right now. in cricket, and can claim to a seven wicket win over pakistan in their one—off t20 match at cardiff. archer claimed his maiden wicket on debut, and ended with figures of 2—29. there was a fine innings from james vincentjoe root before the captain, morgan, clinched the win with four balls to spare. britain's piggy french has won the badminton horse trials and her first major title. she beat the overnight leader by a single time fault in a dramatic final showjumping phase. it was a good week for british writers, with six finishing inside the top ten. that is all your support for now.
more on the website, including the tour to yorkshire. thank you, holly. crowds have been gathering in thailand today to watch the newly crowned king being carried through the streets of the capital, bangkok, ina through the streets of the capital, bangkok, in a royal procession. the king was crowned in an elaborate ceremony yesterday, becoming talent was my first new king in 70 years. dawn in bangkok, and the streets brightened by a stream of royal yellow. thousands up early to get a good vantage point, all keen to catch a rare glimpse of their new king, their first for almost 70 years. king maha vajiralongkorn was crowned yesterday, so now it was time to show himself to his people. carried by 16 soldiers on a gilded palanquin, a cavalcade involving thousands of people, stretching some 500 metres long, slowly processing round the heart
of the city. a chance for his people to pay homage and celebrate his ascension to the throne, but also a chance for many thais to see their monarch in person for the first time — a much remoterfigure than his much—loved late father, spending much of his time abroad. this elaborate three—day coronation is as much religious as it is ceremonial and, as the king processed, he visited sacred temples, where he could offer up prayers before golden images of buddha. in thailand, the monarch is revered as an almost godlike figure, the official protector of the buddhist faith, and even members of his family prostrate themselves before him as they receive their royal titles. but he's more than a spiritual leader and many thais wonder how the king will use his huge political influence as his divided country emerges from military rule. james landale, bbc news.
donald trump says robert muller should not testify in congress about the investigation into russian interference in the 2016 presidential election. on twitter, presidential election. on twitter, president trump said that democrats in congress were seeking a read to of the report. the document did not say whether president trump obstructed justice. it is an issue that health authorities and police forces are increasingly concerned about. in northern ireland, the misuse of prescription medication has rocketed over the last decade. it's not a factor in more than half of all drug—related deaths there.
i adored allen, he was my soulmate, my best friend. and lisa's, the sense of loss is unmistakable. her son took his own life three years after he was first given the drug lyrica. he was originally prescribed the drug when he broke his cheekbone, but he became addicted. it really ruined his life. in the end of the day, he couldn't cope any more because there is a big black hopeless hole and they are all falling into x. anyone who suffered from an addiction can identify with those feelings of loneliness, vulnerability and helplessness. take the experience of a drugs worker who was once dependent on the drug. the experience of a drugs worker who was once dependent on the drugm give you the sense of a drunk feeling but not totally out of control. you start off using the prescription that the doctor gave
you but that quickly isn't enough. i was taking the prescription for the month in four days. this little problem is particularly difficult in northern ireland. here the majority of drugs —related deaths are linked to the abuse of prescription medication. this coroner has heard disturbing evidence about how teenagers have got the drugs. we have had families coming in telling us have had families coming in telling us about young people, as young as 16,17, us about young people, as young as 16, 17, these are people who don't have a prescription, but are buying prescription drugs that would normally be available on prescription on street corners, receiving them from friends at school. an older generation came through the trouble is here, which has left a legacy of physical and mental health needs, but people who work in addiction services believe too many drugs are being prescribed. there is a higher prevalence of prescribed drugs because of the conflict. we are 20 years into the
peace process and across the board in northern ireland they are still prescribing more of those types of medication than any other region in the uk. the department of health says prescription drugs are potential poisons and they are working to reduce availability, raise awareness and provide treatment to help prevent more tragedies. lisa is hoping for a dedicated rehabilitation facility. tragedies. lisa is hoping for a dedicated rehabilitation facilitylj would dedicated rehabilitation facility.” would like to see a rehab centre where kids aren'tjudged for becoming addicted to these drugs. getting help and education and putting people on the grounds, instead of just putting putting people on the grounds, instead ofjust putting it down to the figures. my son wasn't a figure. he was a person. he has a child of his own, he has a brother and sister and a mummy and daddy and everyone loved him, but now he isjust and a mummy and daddy and everyone loved him, but now he is just a statistic. lisa mclauchlan there and think the report. the sultan of brunei has
said that people in same—sex relationships were those who commit adultery will now not face the death penalty, in effect reversing a recent degree. following global protests, the country's winner said that at 20 year delay on the death penalty would be extended. attenborough has closed its streets today to motorised traffic along the public to enjoy the city by foot or bike. it is the first uk city to join the open streets movement, which is committed to improving air quality in a number of the world's biggest cities. today, pedestrians pointer you find freedom as traffic was banned in the city centre. it allows people to see how their cities can operate
differently. it puts a greater emphasis on health outcomes. it helps reduce some of the air pollution issues. the council is planning to repeat this on the first sunday of every month and over time, the number of streets around here which are traffic free will increase. the council hopes traffic freezing to give residents and visitors a glimpse of what attenborough was like before the arrival of the car and an idea of what it could be in the future. for people that need to use their cars still, this is for them as well. people with reduced mobility or residence, deliveries, that can still happen and happen more easily if our streets at ascot —— as congested as they are now. many cities around the world are already involved in the open streets movement, but attenborough is the first in the uk to make regular to
it. a rare brooch has been uncovered in norfolk. the 800—year—old treasure features two lions and is studded with two pink stones. it was found ina with two pink stones. it was found in a freshly ploughed field by a newly qualified archaeologist, but it wasn't his first find because he also unearthed an anglo—saxon pendant worth £145,000 what he was still a student in 2015 —— 2014. tom told us why the breach was so special. this find was made by a metal detecting rally, unorganised gathering where you pay for the weekends and get access to a farmer's fields and the proceeds go toa farmer's fields and the proceeds go to a charity of the former‘s choice. there was booked in one corner of the field, which drew a lot of attention. it was then the same field with this approach came up, but about 150 metres away from the
moots. when did you realise you had something that might be of particular historic interest? when i first dug the find out, i find the back of it. when i saw the two a methyst back of it. when i saw the two amethyst settings i realised it was medieval, then looked a bit of the dirt off and saw the two lions and so it was a really nice example of a medieval brooch. a lot of the silvergilt example gc, a lot of the gilding has gone. this is like new, almost. as we go into bank holiday monday, a lot of us will stay dry, but there will be some cloud about, and there certainly was today, skies like this for most of you. but there were some clearer skies in the afternoon and that will continue overnight. temperatures will take a tumble. a weather front is pushing