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hello, you're watching afternoon live. really central figure to the new this is bbc news. today at 3... our latest headlines... alastair campbell — tony blair's former labour project. a man synonymous communications chief — theresa may arrives in brussels is expelled from the labour party — with downing street in the late 90s for a summit of european leaders — and the early 20005. more after voting for the liberal whilst her own party remains with downing street in the late 905 hello, you're watching afternoon and the early 20005. more recently he has been really critical of some in turmoil over brexit. democrats in the european elections. of labour's policy, namely that on live — i'm ben brown. it isa today at 2... jeremy hunt — one the possibility of another brexit of the 10 contenders it is a matter of great regret to me alastair campbell — for the tory leadership — referendum. alistair campbell is a that i haven't been able to deliver tony blair's former communications chief — says pursuing a no deal big campaigner for another vote on is expelled from the labour party — brexit would be political brexit, but that matter is now for after voting for the liberal brexit, and it is that which drove my successor and they will have to democrats in the european elections. suicide for his party. him to not block the party in find a way of addressing very jeremy hunt — one the only way you can get over strongly held views on both sides of the 10 contenders parliament blocking a no deal thursday's european election. let's this issue. for the tory leadership — exit is to change parliament and ju5t thursday's european election. let's just remind ourselves of why he said says pursuing a no deal that would be a general election, that would be catastrophic. he wasn't backing labour. thi5 brexit would be political the equality and human rights just remind ourselves of why he said he wasn't backing labour. this is what he told the election programme on sunday night. suicide for his party. commission launches a formal i'm going to ask a very blunt the only way you can get over investigation into the labour party parliament blocking a no deal over claims of anti—semitism. question now, how did you vote? exit is to change parliament and jeremy hunt — one of the ten the london bridge inquests — that would be a general election, i voted liberal democrat. contenders for the tory leadership — that would be catastrophic. new details about how one of the attackers became radicalised. says pursuing a no—deal brexit would be political i did not vote labour for the first suicide for his party. alastair campbell — time in my life and this tony blair's former the equality and human rights a group of school children communications chief — commission launches a formal injapan have been attacked was a strange feeling but i felt is expelled from the labour party, investigation into the labour party by a man carrying knives — at this time, the labour party has after voting for the liberal democrats in the european elections. a child and an adult let its own supporters down and it over claims of anti—semitism. have been killed. the equality and human rights has let the country down in the way commission launches a formal the london bridge inquests — coming up on afternoon live investigation into the labour party new details about how one it has failed properly to devise over claims of anti—semitism. all the sport with hugh. a policy that the party the london bridge inquests hear of the attackers became radicalised. and the country can unite around new details about how one good afternoon. of the attackers became radicalised. and the way it failed to campaign. as a campaign, fair
play to nigel farage's a group of school children after failing to complete his party, they campaigned. match at the french open injapan have been attacked by a man carrying knives — in four hours last night sport now on afternoon in the fading light, a child and an adult kyle edmund took only seven minutes live with hugh ferris. have been killed. to wrap up a win this morning. coming up on afternoon we have got to the europa league all the details later. finaljust around live all the sport. we have got to the europa league final just around the not the only one, that is the we have got to the europa league finaljust around the corner in baku, azerbaijan, a long way to go problem for the labour party. it's and we have the latest weather not just alistair campbell that to the fans, but some of them good afternoon. arriving already. yes, doing their after failing to complete his forecast. plenty of showers to keep turned his back on the party. the match at the french open in four hours last night party he has been part of for so in the fading light, best. arsenal against chelsea all kyle edmund took only seven minutes ta bs many years. bob ain5worth, a former forecast. plenty of showers to keep tabs on and also sunshine and later to wrap up a win this morning. in the week a mixed bag, it will be the way on the eastern frontier of labour defence secretary has in the all the details later. european football in baku. warm for some and wait for others, last couple of hours told the bbc we will be getting a good look at and a lot going on, but nothing that he didn't vote labour either, he backed the greens in the the weather forecast as well. compared to the turbulent scenes in the united states. election. we wait to see whether sunshine and showers today, later arsenal play chelsea in baku in azerbaijan, also coming up... there will be any action taken on the very eastern frontier against him. as we know, it was a of european football. we'll hear about the online rape not a huge amount of fans. this week, warm weather for some and threat scandal engulfing one bad night for labour. they lost a only 6000 fans each even given wet weather for others, there's a of the uk's leading universities — lot of votes to the liberal the small allocation. and hear the story of one some tickets have been returned. lot going on, but wait until i show of the women involved. democrats and in some areas to other you how turbulent the weather has parties as well. the other question been on the other side of the pond. that is all on the way. i5 parties as well. the other question is what is going to happen to the they are struggling to get out thanks. conservative party. i think i'm there, some are onlyjust arriving going to hand back to you. somebody coming up — what can you do in my ear is telling me... we are if you're tricked into transferring money to fraudsters — going to go to brussels, sorry about source. new rules take effect from today but how that. while a great many more supporters of the two clubs will be coming will they protect consumers? there5a may is arriving in brussels.
from a lot closer by. we were just seeing picture5 hugely significant for both clubs. there5a may is arriving in brussels. we were just seeing pictures of her arnenal in particular, as they attempt to win a trophy hello, everyone — this arriving, there is the red carpet. that'll also give them a place in the champions league next season. is afternoon live — i'm ben brown. interesting that she is the, while chelsea already have that guarantee because of their position in the the two main westminster parties premier league. unai emery says arsenal will be the united kingdom remains a member playing for their fans are in turmoil over brexit of the european union. even though wherever they are. i am not from london, in the wake of poor performances i live in cumbria, so i travelled at the european elections. from barrow—in—furness and i am hello, everyone — 5he of the european union. even though she has said that she is resigning probably the only person both parties are grappling with how from there today. to break the deadlock and win as party leader on june june seven, this is afternoon live. back disaffected voters. it has taken me 30 hours, a car, i'm ben brown. and therefore the outgoing prime the two main westminster parties are in turmoil over brexit minister, 5he three flights, long layovers. in the wake of poor performances for labour — jeremy corbyn is coming and therefore the outgoing prime minister, she is there as part of the european union's plans, the at the european elections. under pressure to give stronger both parties are grappling with how backing to another referendum. and we are here, we arejust happy to break the deadlock and win di5cu55ion the european union's plans, the discussion about their future, lots and looking forward to the final. back disaffected voters. it was not much that for labour — jeremy corbyn is coming of items up for discussion about the uefa and the club seemed to do to make it easier. under pressure to give stronger the party has expelled one future make—up of the eu and its even the prices charged on chartered of the architects of new labour — backing to another referendum. its former communications chief leadership in the wake of those flights was extortionate. alastair campbell, who admitted voting liberal democrat last week. european election results. quite a few fans here. the party has expelled one we'll have more on that in a moment. meanwhile, for the conservatives, there will not be many fans of the architects of new labour — what is your approach in brussels? from england, but loads of fans, its former communications chief the foreign secretary the fan base for arsenal, alastair campbell, who admitted well, while i've been prime and are asia, loads of people voting liberal democrat last week. more on that in a moment. jeremy hunt has said that pursuing struggling to something like 15 from around here. a no deal brexit would be political council meetings or more. every one 20 or 30 people around so it opens suicide for his party. of those, i have been working hard he's one of ten meanwhile, for the conservatives, conservative leadership to negotiate the best possible deal it up to that side of the world. the foreign secretary candidates — with the mp kit malthousejoining for the uk going to every arsenal home game jeremy hunt has said that pursuing the race this morning. to negotiate the best possible deal forthe uk in to negotiate the best possible deal for the uk in leaving the european a no deal brexit would be political and later this afternoon, union. it's a matter of great regret
theresa may will be in brussels — suicide for his party. to me that i haven't been able to he's one of ten where eu leaders are grappling but there is more fans for arsenal with the impact of the european conservative leadership elections on their plans. deliver brexit. of course, that matter is now for my 5ucce55or. they candidates — with the mp kit malthousejoining will have to find a way of than in just london. the race this morning. ourfirst report is from our political correspondent jonathan blake. addressing the very strongly held the organising committee say and later this afternoon, cheering views on both sides of this issue. they sympathise with fans but says theresa may will be in brussels — distance was never a barrier where eu leaders are grappling to do that, and to get a majority in for the supporters to travel with the impact of the european celebration for the party because thousands have managed elections on their plans. that wants us out parliament, as i said on friday, i as soon as possible, ourfirst report is from our political and one that wants to keep us in. think it will require compromise. correspondent jonathan blake. to make the journey. but the mood is much gloomier but while you're still a member of for the tories and labour, the european union, while i am prime searching for a solution azerbaijan is a controversial choice minister, i will be continuing to not only because it is so difficult cheering to the brexit stalemate. meet the obligations of the office, the duties of the office, and, of for fans to get there but also celebration for the party that wants us out one conservative leadership cour5e, politically because of the conflict candidate is trying to set himself the duties of the office, and, of course, that includes being here as soon as possible, apart, arguing against leaving today, where we are due to discuss between azerbaijan and armenia. yes, and one that wants to keep us in. but the mood is much gloomier the topjob5 in eu institutions, and an armenian player for arsenal, for the tories and labour, the topjob5 in eu institutions, and searching for a solution the eu without a deal. the uk will continue play a constructive role during the time of henrikh mkhitaryan has opted playing to the brexit stalemate. in the europa league because of security fears he feels he would one conservative leadership the extension of article 50. servant have should he attend the match and candidate is trying to set himself apart, arguing against leaving that want to succeed you have play in it. his safety was a concern if we guarantee a date by when we will leave suggested they will renegotiate a the eu without a deal. the european union, we are running because of the dispute between his withdrawal agreement. other former country and azerbaijan. arsenal have the risk that when parliament then cabinet mini5ter5 say they will let if we guarantee a date tries to block a no—deal exit, the uk leave without a deal in by when we will leave as i think it would, called the situation unacceptable. you are then committed october. our either of those it has been widely criticised by to a general election. the european union, we are running the only way you can get over those particularly former arsenal parliament blocking a no—deal exit players and those alongside henrikh the risk that when parliament then po5ition5 credible? october. our either of those positions credible? the position tries to block a no—deal exit, is to change parliament, i've always taken is to work to get and that would be mkhitaryan in the squad, but the as i think it would, a general election. the best possible deal for the uk
you are then committed that would be catastrophic. i've always taken is to work to get the best possible dealfor the uk in azeri fa says it wouldn't have been good morning, good morning. leaving the eu. i've always taken to a general election. he sees it differently, the view that the best option for a problem. we as a local organising saying we should leave by the deadline regardless. the view that the best option for the uk as to leave the european the only way you can get over union with a deal. i'm not going to parliament blocking a no—deal exit other senior tories yet committee were prepared for is to change parliament, to say if they willjoin comment on the views of individual and that would be the race feel the same. candidate5. there will be a process a general election. i'm just getting on with that would be catastrophic. myjob today, thanks. of selecting my 5uccessor a5 good morning, good morning. one who is standing is keeping any candidate5. there will be a process of selecting my 5uccessor as leader of selecting my 5uccessor as leader of the conservative party, but i welcoming henrikh mkhitaryan in baku he sees it differently, saying we should leave big ideas to himself — for now. andl by the deadline regardless. welcoming henrikh mkhitaryan in baku and i am confident i am certain that brexit is clearly going to be one continue to have the view that it's there will not be any security and of the big issues that has to be be5t continue to have the view that it's other senior tories yet best for the uk to leave with a safety issue at all. later, that was to say if they willjoin addressed properly and every deal. do you worry about the the race feel the same. candidate has to come forward i'm just getting on with with a credible plan, so i will have direction the country is going, myjob today, thanks. much more to say on that after the european election results? a personal decision of the player one who is standing is keeping any in the coming days. cour5e, after the european election results? course, the european election and his family. big ideas to himself — for now. thank you very much. re5ult5 course, the european election results were deeply disappointing which way to turn on brexit for my party. they were obviously a is the question all ten people so that's tomorrow... brexit is clearly going to be one who now want to be prime minister bad 5et of the big issues that has to be will have to answer, sooner or later. for my party. they were obviously a bad set of results for the party. we meanwhilejurgen klopp says winning addressed properly and every 5aw bad set of results for the party. we the champions league final whatever you think about no deal, saw some very good against spurs in madrid on saturday candidate has to come forward bad set of results for the party. we saw some very good meps losing their with a credible plan, so i will have it's pretty obvious the eu may 5eat5, some great candidates not would be his greatest achievement. choose no deal on our behalf. liverpool are hopeful much more to say on that so my view is we have to do gaining their seats. at the labour roberto firmino will be fit party also saw significant lo55e5. i for the game after missing in the coming days. everything we can to be the last three. thank you very much. klopp says the forward will return which way to turn on brexit ready for that point, think what it shows is the is the question all ten people so that we can take to full training tomorrow... the option, if required. who now want to be prime minister this crowded field of candidates importance of actually delivering on and after losing to will have to answer, brexit. i think the best way to do real madrid last year, sooner or later. have to first convince tory mps klopp is confident of winning thatis brexit. i think the best way to do that is with a deal. but it will be a final for the first time whatever you think about no deal, they have a credible plan it's pretty obvious the eu may for brexit, but it's for my successor and for parliament since he took charge. conservative party members to find a way forward to get a choose no deal on our behalf. so my view is we have to do who will make the final choice, consensus, and i hope that those everything we can to be and many of them favour leaving i have never been part of a final ready for that point, election results will focus so that we can take with no deal, if need be. parliament on the need to deliver the option, if required. it's notjust the tories, though, brexit. thank you. this crowded field of candidates with a better team than this. but
that are trying to find their way. for different reasons, teams were after disastrous european election have to first convince tory mps results, labour, too, good as well. i am not so surprised, are under pressure to revise the prime minister really they have a credible plan and rethink their plan. reiterating what she said in downing for brexit, but it's street last week, when she announced conservative party members parliament has failed and we need who will make the final choice, and many of them favoured leaving the people to decide. because the boys are how we collect, her resignation as party leader on with no deal, if need be. june the 7th, saying that it had it's notjust the tories, though, and we are saying that that's what our members have told us been a matter of deep regret for that are trying to find their way. mix up potential with attitude in after disastrous european election and that is the message that the vast majority of labour her, personally, that she had not the best way i ever fancied. results, labour, too, supporters up and down are under pressure to revise the country in these elections, been able to get a brexit deal i think, have told us and rethink their plan. through parliament. she said that parliament has failed and we need in the elections this week and also the local elections a month ago. while she is prime minister 5he the people to decide. and we are saying that that's through parliament. she said that while she is prime minister she will still continue to meet the duties of what our members have told us office, is the uk prime minister. and that is the message one ally ofjeremy corbyn it said he that is why she is in brussels, kyle edmund won a marathon match that the vast majority of labour supporters up and down should resist. my message today is where the eu are discussing, 5he the country in these elections, last night againstjeremy chardy. i think, have told us said, the topjob5. let's go in the elections this week and also for people to calm down and don't be where the eu are discussing, 5he said, the top jobs. let's go to damian grammaticas, our europe the local elections a month ago. another senior party spooked by these elections. the only correspondent. we were saying figure chose her words meanwhile dan evans slightly differently. thing that these elections showed is earlier, it is a little bit 5urreal is playing fernando verdasco in the first round. ideally, we would want to have a british prime minister who a general election. that we have a divided nation and it i5 to have a british prime minister who is on her way out, representing a he lost the first set and it is on that has always been our position, is time to reflect on how we get the serve in the second. earlier cameron it remains our position. country which may or may not be on but as the clock ticks down, if we are not going to its way out of the european union. norrie lost, as did jamie murray and have a general election, labour party policy over. some in bruno sara is in the doubles. that is the sport now. we would support a people's vote. ye5, its way out of the european union. yes, all which is due to leave labour party policy over. some in labour fear backing another before these top jobs, the people some in the labourfear referendum would cost the party that fill them, take up the posts. a now on afternoon live, backing another referendum votes a nd let's go nationwide, would cost the party votes. referendum would cost the party votes and jeremy corbyn says he is and see what's happening around listening to all sides. for voters bit awkward for there5a may, to be the country — in our daily visit jeremy corbyn says he's honest. she has been in these to the bbc newsrooms around the uk.
listening to all sides. trying to do the same, their message negotiations over the brexit deal for voters trying to do the same, might be far from clear. with these eu leaders for a year or the message might be farfrom clear. jonathan blake, bbc to mark the years. she promised 5he news, westminster. would ask for conce55ions, 5he amelia reynolds is in norwich jonathan blake, bbc news, westminster. promised them she could get it and is going to tell us let's get more on this let's get more on this about a water shortage across east from our political from our political through and she failed to do that. anglia. correspondent nick eardley, correspondent nick eardley, now she is having to face them and peter levy in hull has more who's in westminster for us. around the table on her way out of about a call for more mental health who's in westminster for us. news breaking that alastair the door. we do know that there will support for servicemen. the news that has been breaking campbell, tony blair's old be some quite warm word5 about alistair campbell, being the door. we do know that there will be some quite warm words for her. we thrown out of the labour party. right—hand man, has been thrown out know that the dutch prime minister, of the labour party. yes, he was a mark rutte, he was asked on the way man who for many years in the in and he said he will receive her amelia, tell us more about the westminster was at the heart of the with a lot of hugs and kisses, problem with the water shortage there. how bad is it? talking to you labour machine in government and a man who was right at the heart of because we respect her a lot. i close ally of tony blair when he was think the other leaders do know, for the labour machine in the 90s, the about the problems, a lack of rain having here in the region after the all the difficulty, they do know the top spin doctor in downing street, prime minister, someone who has been difficulties and pressures that come less tha n huge full we had this morning. the prime minister, someone who has been less than impressed with the policy but over the last few months he has with the sort ofjob they do, i regarding a second referendum and a been really critical of labour not problem is we have a very long real advocate of going back to the think there will be some sort of sustained dry period, and it is public on the brexit deal and who sympathy a5 going further towards backing think there will be some sort of sympathy as well. will this be her has now been thrown out of the party worth bearing in mind this is the another referendum on brexit and we driest part of the country as well. and it was on the election programme last appearance as british prime heard for the first time earlier on sunday night at the bbc that he minister at a gathering like this? the statistics out today are from the environment agency and they sum revealed he had voted for the first this week on sunday that he had well, there is nothing scheduled, time in his life not to vote labour. decided to abandon the party at the ye5, well, there is nothing scheduled, yes, before she is due to... well, it up. the cumulative rainfall for european elections. this is what he east anglia over the past 12 months said on sunday night. is at its fourth lowest since 1910. i'm going to ask a very blunt beforejune. yes, before she is due to... well, before june. there yes, before she is due to... well, beforejune. there is a june summit. if she is still in place at that point, i guess she would be here for we are talking about ground water
i'm going to ask a very blunt thejune question? now, how did you vote?” point, i guess she would be here for question now, how did you vote? the june summit. the levels here, also about river point, i guess she would be here for thejune summit. the leaders tonight levels. they are very low. people i voted liberal democrat. voted liberal democrat, i did not already, as margaret said, he was are genuinely worried about what is going to be... you know, he said he going to happen if we have another voted liberal democrat, i did not vote labour for the first time in my dry summer like the one we did last life and this was a strange feeling would be receiving her respectfully. i did not vote labour but i felt at this time, the labour for the first time in my life. just talk u5 year. the environment agency interestingly is looking very would be receiving her respectfully. just talk us through exactly what party has let its own supporters wow. the eu are trying to work out at the down and it has let the country down closely at the moment at the licenses that are held by farmers. in the way it has failed properly to this was a strange feeling moment, in terms of their future in you need a licence if you want to the wake of these european union devise a policy that the party and but i felt at this time, elections. the european parliament extra ct water you need a licence if you want to extract water from the ground. those the country can unite around and the the labour party has elections. the european parliament rules and regulations surrounding them are being looked at very way it failed to campaign. as a let its own supporters down and it elections. so, what they need to do has let the country down in the way closely at the moment. if this dry campaigner, fair play to nigel it has failed properly to devise i5, elections. so, what they need to do is, tonight or today, they are weather continues it could start to farage's party, they campaigned. the be much more difficult. that, a policy that the party starting the process of choosing the and the country can unite around topjob5. there is a number of them. farmers say, is worrying. problem for labour is that they say and the way it failed to campaign. as a campaigner, fair the really plum one is the play to nigel farage's jean—claude juncker replacement at those are the rules, if you are a party, they campaigned. the ground water is about 20% the european commission. overseeing of our total water requirements, member and you vote for someone else so we are incredibly labour say that this is the role is, that for the next five years, worried about that. and you make it public but you can't over the years, that has been, sort bea and you make it public but you can't if you vote for someone else, you overseeing the bureaucracy and be a member any more, but alastair machinery of the eu, the drafting can't stay in the party —— say that of, the most secure supply of water. campbell is not the only one who has done this. he is not the only one these are the rules. the problem for we can almost guarantee that the big and selection of new policies and chalk aquifer under our feet who isn't happy with their position labour is that alastair campbell is new legislation, and also the donald will always have water in it. on brexit and is trying to steer tu5kjob, chairing the summit so, we are really concerned them in the direction of backing if we lose that element another referendum. we have heard not the only one and there are other of security, and that element meetings. the president of the of guaranteed supply. people at the top of the party who and our licence was reviewed frontbenchers do it. there has been parliament, the head of the central think their policy on brexit has for a five—year period, been less than clear and that they european bank. a whole group of very
a real ramping up of the pressure so it doesn't really give us need to harden up their stance. a massive element of security within the labour party to get on powerfuljobs. and beneath them, when we are trying to make everything will change as well. the board fully with the idea of going there is a battle going on right at back to the people on brexit. but the top for what they do next. there entire new leadership of the eu for the next five years. what the investments in infrastructure. leaders have to do is to try to get then on the other side and we are are many saying don't do it, do not a balance based on the result of starting to hear from back another referendum because you then on the other side and we are starting to hearfrom more then on the other side and we are starting to hear from more of them will alienate many supporters of tho5e elections at the weekend, the they are concerned, what can they today, there are those who say don't balance of political forces, where do it, because if you say you are labour in the north of england and we have seen the big parties that do? the farmer at their farm is the not going to see through the brexit we re result you will alienate brexit in brexit supporting parts of the we have seen the big parties that were able to dominate, sent a right houston estate on the norfolk supporters in the north of england country. the tories are also facing suffolk border and he says he is and in brexit supporting areas. lisa and centre left, sliding and losing trying to use technology to help him a lot of questions after the support. the liberals and greens thumping they took in the elections will be flexing their muscles, irrigate absolutely anywhere nandy is a labour mp in wigan and necessary. he also says water on thursday and the big debate seems trying to push their candidates and she said no deal could become the their vision for the eu. then also storage is part of the solution. to be whether leadership candidates preference of the public if there is they have to balance as well not another referendum. another man who building reservoirs, forms becoming are now prepared to say whatever ju5t they have to balance as well not just the politics, but the more self—sufficient. we have seen is less than convinced is the unite happens we leave on the 31st of geography. they need candidates who more self—sufficient. we have seen more and more firms doing that in are going to reflect the east, west, october, even if that means leaving recent yea rs. without a deal. in the last couple more and more firms doing that in recent years. —— forms. it might be north and south of the eu to make worth saying that if you are general secretary len mccluskey. sure everybody feel5 included. and thinking this isjust of hours we have heard from the also, they want a balance between worth saying that if you are thinking this is just a worth saying that if you are thinking this isjust a problem worth saying that if you are they should allow us and that is my international trade secretary liam men and women in there. they want thinking this is just a problem for farmers and they are always complaining about the weather, when fox. more women in top jobs, because they whole point, don't be spooked... feel they haven't had that up until farmers ever have a tough sustained it is up to the government to reach now. there are a lot of different because you get people who are arch an agreement but it is in the interests of all concerned to reach period of growing conditions, that things in play. emmanuel macron can have a knock—on effect for out to all parts of the governing himself on the way in, he just said remainers and those who have an consumers as well, things can become party. it is also i think necessary this is a new era, primarily because agenda to undermine jeremy corbyn more expensive white are they what who were always going to use these for the labour party to look at european elections to put pressure your company saying? they are being
that duopoly at the heart of the hit. our environment reporter oi'i itself and recognise that lots of european elections to put pressure on him, butjeremy is made of strong richard daniel is on the norfolk labour mps voted to leave the eu and european politics, centre—left or centre—right, no longer control stuff, he's a strong individual. i think he will repair all of those to betray them is a dangerous act on broads. there they were to company the part of the labour party. huge everything. anglian water is saying it has been precious —— repel. and he has told it can no longer extract water locally to supply that village after already indicated that he intends to questions for the main parties and there's a sense that both are ta ke the politics watchdog has launched 2021, so what is going to happen is already indicated that he intends to take his time and speak to their grappling with where they go next on members, speakto take his time and speak to their members, speak to the public, take his time and speak to their members, speakto the public, speak to the unions, so that we can work brexit after those results in the they are going to have to build a an investigation into anti—semiti5m big pipe to get water in from the out a way that can take us forward. european elections. the in the labour party. conservatives being pulled by the norwich area, about 15 miles away, the equalities and human rights membership perhaps a harder position commission will assess so plenty to think about. you can compromise is the key, if you listen whether labour has victimi5ed people because they are jewi5h. see richard daniel's report in the to some of the leading lights in the over the next few weeks, and the party said it would co—operate conservative party including michael attem pts fully — but rejected claims it over the next few weeks, and attempts from the membership in the doesn't handle complaints robu5tly. keys tonight, at 6:30pm. now to gove and philip hammond and others, labour party to take them towards here's labour's dawn butler another referendum. divisions here they say there has to be compromise, and one thing is clear, a hard are as entrenched as ever. nick, peter leavey in hull with more on brexit taking us out without a no thanks forjoining us. the labour party will fully the call for support in mental deal should be resisted and i think co—operate. that is terribly we have now beenjoined important. what we strive to do as a it will be resisted, that is where by sir patrick mcloughin, the former health for service men and women. party is to make sure we have the conservative party chairman. the conservative leadership mo5t party is to make sure we have the most robust and fair system that we this is this sad story, the royal can possibly have. i think this marine from lincolnshire who shot candidates might fall flat on their himself dead while he was on duty what are your thoughts on what the investigation will allow us to be able to say with some confidence after suffering from an emotional split from his girlfriend. face. party needs to do? a lot of soul that we have that. that was labour's len mccluskey saying that the labour searching after the european 25—year—old james holloway who was a party should not be spooked by the election results. jeremy hunt saying dawn butler.
election results in the european dedicated marine who was found by a elections but the problem is that pursuing a no—deal brexit would fellow marine on the bridge of the well earlier i got reaction be political suicide because it from the labour and co—operative royal supply ship, which was moored everybody is. there's a big debate mp dame louise ellman, who's president of the going on within the labour party now would mean an early election. what jewish labour movement. about getting fully behind another in dubai while some maintenance work was being done. postmortem referendum and the conservative he is right in saying is that it is party has the same problem. a lot of i welcome this decision. but it's a examinations have sold the royal essential we deliver brexit. looking marine died from a single gunshot 5hame i welcome this decision. but it's a shame for the labour party, the pressure on tory leadership party that prides itself on being wound to the head from his rifle. at parliament as it is constituted his medical records showed there was candidates to now embrace or be anti—racist, i5 no previous history of mental health co mforta ble candidates to now embrace or be party that prides itself on being anti—racist, is now being comfortable with the idea of leaving at parliament as it is constituted at the moment we won't get a no deal investigated for raci5m towards without a deal. there is a lot to jewish people. but i am glad this decision has been taken and i hope problems. james was serving with 42 through parliament so i think a work out for the main parties over there is a thorough investigation. the next few weeks, a lot of couple of things are required commit thi5 commando base near plymouth. the pressure and a lot of different requires hard negotiations but it there is a thorough investigation. this is serious stuff. the commission says it will seek to arguments. nick, thanks forjoining assistant coroner for lincolnshire concluded the royal marine took his also requires us delivering brexit determine whether unlawful acts have before we have a general election, been committed by the party or own life following the breakdown of and that to me is the message i get us. his relationship. this is james's from the election results. the mother, amanda gray. employee5 been committed by the party or employees and agents? this is very let's get the view from brussels and speak brexit party did extremely well, 5eriou5. indeed, the bar has to be we have to change our to our correspondent, attitudes towards this. it's vital that we damian grammaticas. would you not agree there is a lot very high before the decision to go change our attitudes. of pressure around the country for a i know everybody says this, theresa may is in brussels, which is ahead with this investigation could you know, "we need to think have been taken. a great deal of "about people with mental health, a bit surreal, she is on her way out brexit whether it is a deal or no of power but is representing a evidence has been submitted to the we need to talk, talk, talk." deal? many millions of people just country which is supposed to be on it would be great, but you don't its way out of the eu. that is wa nt to deal? many millions of people just want to see the referendum result equalities and human rights talk, that's the point. right, at a time when the meeting is implemented. yes, i completely commi55ion. let's see what the we need to start listening. about selecting the new leadership of the european union. those investigation produces. it also lets it's about listening hope that the labour party rapidly and it's about noticing. discussions begin today amongst the ee, implemented. yes, i completely it's not just always about talking.
agree, and my point to all the changes its procedures and deals with anti—semiti5m in a very serious leaders around the table, as they leadership candidates is that that to allow him on duty way. dame louise ellman, talking to with live ammunition i think have dinner this evening, and is what is required, we said it perhaps was a mistake. theresa may will of course have an would be a binding referendum and me earlier. i don't think perhaps was a mistake, it was a mistake. equal input as any other country but evenif would be a binding referendum and and i think that kind of thing even if you had all the votes should be reconsidered these new leaders they are selecting you're watching afternoon live, in emotional situations. together, people put different should be taking up their positions interpretations i think that people these are our headlines... have said i voted to remain but i the tag for the royal marines later in the year after the uk is is "it's a state of mind." feel we have been treated badly and the tory leadership candidate scheduled to have left at the end of jeremy hunt has warned a no—deal that is their tag. i would now vote to leave. i don't brexit will be ”political 5uicide' october. the uk will have a voice, a think a second referendum is the for his party. and if it's a state of mind, an equality watchdog launches a nswer think a second referendum is the answer and i think that is why we a formal investigation then you really need to look into the labour party over after that state of mind limited one, but the others will need to redouble our efforts and get allegations of antisemitism. at every juncture. a deal, a deal which has broad and you cannot have emotional start to chart this new course. in support, as much as possible, you stress get in the way. are not going to get total support terms of the fallout from the in sport, some of the few travelling european parliament elections, how for brexit. it has split the country from far awayjoining fans from what sort of action is she calling do you sum up the fallout where you and the parties butjeremy hunt is are in brussels? interestingly in clo5er, a5 right in saying that we have got to from far awayjoining fans from for? more mental health support for clo5er, as the emery says that they the last few minutes as i was move forward and redouble our will play for fun is everywhere, in effo rts move forward and redouble our efforts in negotiations. how are you service men and women. she says the waiting to talk to you, i was most important thing to her is her going to get a deal? we have been the quarterfinal, controversially listening to emmanuel macron who has 5taged the quarterfinal, controversially staged in baku tomorrow. jurgen through this, theresa may has tried. son did not die in vain. she says if walked into the summit, and he said klopp i5 staged in baku tomorrow. jurgen klopp is pretty sure that firmino will be fit for the champions league this is a new phase for the european the eu have said they are not going there is an emotional relationship to reopen the withdrawal agreement, final on saturday. he will return to they will not start renegotiating breakdown or a death, service union because he said crucially training tomorrow. and british and personnel need to be taken out of one kyle edmund which is the second there is now no majority in the round of the french open. his match service for a few days, in other
that. jeremy hunt said this morning parliament for the big centre wa5 round of the french open. his match words not working. she says there was suspended after nearly four muggle hours in fading light last parties, so something new has to be that. jeremy hunt said this morning that he would reach out to other is, andi night, he returns this morning to words not working. she says there is, and i am sure you can understand constructed. and he said the message parts of the uk, scotland, the dup, beatjeremy chardy in just seven is very clear from the election, this, a culture of service people that what people cared about in get them involved in the negotiation minutes. more on those just after not showing weakness. she says for fear that it could harm their those elections was climate change, 4.30. chances of promotion in their career process , the inquest into the london bridge get them involved in the negotiation process, and say to the european attacks has been hearing evidence the state of the economy and jobs about the increasing radicalisation union, who also want a deal, because of one of the attackers. and theirjob. chances of promotion in their career and he said a europe that protects eight people were killed and their job. the chances of promotion in their career and theirjob. the inquest heard james was serving on his first if we don't get a deal by the 31st in the attacks injune 2017 and more overseas trip, and appeared of october it could be the fault of than 40 were injured. its borders and its security and the standard of living, their social europe and not the uk, but we have withdrawn and not himself. but he got to show that we are determined was kept on armed duty. at the to leave. it is essential that we inquest the coroner said he didn't standards, livelihoods, so he would like to construct something based on deliver on the referendum result and the old bailey heard that consider it necessary in this case those values and then find leaders i think that was the frustration 27—year—old khuram butt, that was coming through voters last was like a ‘lion out of a cage', to raise the issue of mental health awareness with the royal marines. who can feel the top positions in in the company of convicted the mod for their part say they have islamic state 5upporter the european commission, the week, that they were promised three increased spending on mental health yea rs week, that they were promised three anjem choudary. years ago that by march this year we let's get more from our support to £22 million a year. a european council, the central bank, would have left and they feel let correspondent richard lister. based on that, but a clear signal down and we need to make sure that very sad story, one which once again tell us more about what the court that we won't have the old guard, is going to raise this issue of we deliver on brexit. then we have a has been hearing. yes, the bulk of the centre—right conservatives, the emotional support for people serving the evidence today, i would say, has period after before the general election so people can see how been about khuram butt. of the three ce ntre—left the centre—right conservatives, the things are done. a general election centre—left socialists, dictating in the armed forces when there are things, but we will have these new before we have delivered brexit attackers, we have been hearing emotional times, when it is a groupings like the liberals trying would be very dangerous indeed. you evidence about the other two, rashid relationship breakdown, marriage to have a real influence over it. breakdown or death, but very sad. thanks forjoining us. think you might be wiped out by the project. thank you. also thanks to yaz
brexit party? i'm not sure we would but evidence about the other two, rashid but the most detailed evidence has been about khuram butt. i think what amelia in norwich. the inquest i5 been about khuram butt. i think what the equalities watchdog has launched be wiped out, you can't answer that the inquest is trying to get to a formal investigation into claims of antisemitism question, but people are very in the labour party. grips with is the journey that all the equalities and human rights annoyed that having promised to commission will assess three men made from being a working, if you would like to see more on any whether labour has victimised people because they are jewish. deliver on the referendum we haven't of those stories you can access them the party said it would co—operate done so. the conservative party at respectful, quiet normal person, at lea5t respectful, quiet normal person, at fully — but rejected claims it least two of whom 5moke cannabis, via the bbc iplayer, and a reminder doesn't handle complaints robustly. the moment is the main party we go nationwide every weekday responsible for that but it is drug alcohol, had variou5 friends, afternoon at 4:30pm here on parliament which is responsible to being the kind of people who afternoon live. because 80% of members of parliament would carry out the kind of attack who were elected said they would on london bridge. they have been an american climber has looking at some of the influences on died on mount everest — implement the results of the the eleventh person to lose some of the friends. it seems all their life there in little referendum and so far we have failed three of them met at an islamic the labour and co—operative mp, more than two weeks. dame louise ellman, mountaineers in nepal have described is a vice chair of labour friends to do that. who are you backing as fitne55 three of them met at an islamic fitness club in east london. that the year's climbing season of israel — and joins seems to be the point at which the on the world's highest mountain, us now from liverpool. the conservative party leader? three men came together. what we are as a "death race." what is your reaction?” most of the deaths have been linked what is your reaction? i welcome the decision but it is shameful that the hearing is really very much the sort to exhaustion and tiredness, exacerbated by crowds and delays. labour party, the party that prides personally i'm back injeremy hunt of bare outline of these men's gail mclellan reports. itself on being anti—racist is now because i think he has the right live5. over 5ub5equent of bare outline of these men's live5. over subsequent days we will hear much more detail about their experience as a long serving cabinet journey towards radicalisation. being investigated for racism minister but also someone who is an towards jewish people being investigated for racism towardsjewish people but i'm glad khuram butt got to the stage where, the decision has been taken and i entrepreneur and built up a business everest, where mankind battles hope that there is a thorough because that will be very important in 2015, his family were so mother nature to reach in the long term, how we attract investigation. this is serious concerned about how radical he the top of the world. seemed to be becoming about his stuff, the commission says it will investment and i think he is the faith that they actually confronted it's a deadly endeavour. seek to determine whether unlawful him, di5covered faith that they actually confronted him, discovered that he had a ticket a cts seek to determine whether unlawful acts are being committed by the right person to do that. you will the mountain stands over 8,800
know that the grassroots would to get him to syria, where he was party or its employees and its planning to fight. they took that metres tall, and a lack of oxygen probably given a choice of two away, they took away his passport. means humans slowly die agents. this is very serious and his brother—in—law actually called the anti—terror hotline to say that on the peaks upper slopes. indeed the bar has to be very high contenders and one of them being borisjohnson, they before the decision to go ahead with contenders and one of them being boris johnson, they would contenders and one of them being borisjohnson, they would go for borisjohnson, they would go for he was concerned about khuram butt. the number of deaths this investigation could have been borisjohnson, they would go for boris johnson, and borisjohnson, they would go for borisjohnson, and most of those party members want a brexit whether this year already higher with the other two, we have been taken, and a great deal of evidence than the whole of 2018. has been submitted to the equalities it isa party members want a brexit whether it is a no deal or a deal, they hearing again that they were able to and human rights commission and that don't really care. they would be hold down perfectly normaljob5, it's been carnage and i should say, happy with no deal. i'm not sure is why they have taken the decision. it has become a death race there, let's see what the investigation people would be happy to have a with one of the other two attackers, produces but also let's hope that no—deal brexit, and most people who because there was a massive traffic the labour party rapidly changes its jam and people are pushing say let's have a no—deal brexit themselves, who are not even procedures and deals with would firstly like to have a deal. capable of doing it. anti—semitism in a very serious way. they do it and instead of summiting, they would like to have a deal but you55ef zaghba, he came to the they kill themselves. you have campaigned on this and if they can't maybe they say the united kingdom in 2015 after his spoken out about it, when the referendum has got to be respected. pa re nts ha d united kingdom in 2015 after his parents had split up. he was born in mountaineers say overcrowding is partly to blame, as record numbers morocco. his sister says as a young man he smoked and used cannabis. he of climbers try to conquer one watchdog says it is investigating that is the first part. i also think of the world's toughest tests. the surveys you talk about of had a long—standing friendship with whether the party unlawfully grassroot party members is actually a man who was openly gay, who conditions have been also worse than normal, discriminated against, harassed or described him in very good terms. it with high winds blasting based on a very small sampling the mountain, leaving a narrow victimised people because they are window of time to reach the summit. jewish, you think the answer is yes, method and until it goes out to the seems they are now looking back a it did? i have seen a great deal of it really comes down to, country and until we start the little bit at his early life in this year, a deadly hustings in the country and people confluence of three factors. evidence that suggested the labour morocco, where his mother says his you had a limited number get to hear the contenders, the party has discriminated against of suitable weather days. people and hasn't dealt with father was a very strict mu5lim final contenders, whoever they are, morocco, where his mother says his father was a very strict muslim and recalls a time when the whole family anti—semitism seriously and indeed then people take a proper view as to the second is that you had a record wa5 number of permits issued by nepal, there are voices that say that recalls a time when the whole family was watching the events of 9/11,
who should be elected and if the along with a requirement each person has to hire a guide. allegations of anti—semitism within the labour party are simply smears vote goes to the country. a vote has and the third is, due seeing the planes flying into the to the market forces, against the leadership, but that there are now companies offering should be put well behind us. the gone to the country for some time, twin towers, the inquest heard evidence that every time that the last person to be elected in everest at the lowest—priced ever, labour party has to realise it has a happened his father would jump up and shout, allahu akbar. at that which is bringing in a bunch serious problem of anti—semitism and this way was david cameron in 2005, of people that really don't officials should stop interfering so you should notjudge the result have the experience. with process and anti—semitism until you know it. but if and also you have some guides that should be outlawed within the labour stage, so no you55ef zaghba wa5 simply aren't qualified. so you should notjudge the result and shout, allahu akbar. at that stage, so no you55ef zaghba was six, there was 5pec elation that might party as elsewhere. the party says untilyou know it. but if the result was borisjohnson, untilyou know it. but if the result despite the danger, despite having was boris johnson, would untilyou know it. but if the result was borisjohnson, would that be dangerous in your view? look, i will have been an influence. —— to climb past the bodies of dead mountaineers, it will fully cooperate and jeremy and despite the monumental effort corbyn has said again and again the speculation. there will be more required to reach the top, party is not anti—semitic and he is information on the influences of the pull of everest means people not anti—semitic. the5e information on the influences of these men, how they move from being accept the result at the end of the unremarkable people to the kind of will continue to push for the summit day, and i will work with whoever party is not anti—semitic and he is not anti-semitic. the leader has people to carry out a terror attack. and continue to die doing so. repeatedly said this, but the facts the highest mountain, wins that vote. you asked me who i'm thank you, richard lister at the old the highest risk. suggest the labour party is not gail maclellan, bbc news. supporting at the moment and as far bailey. dealing with its own anti—semitism as i'm concerned the best person, a mother accused of and that is why we have come to this the man who has run the health murdering her two teenage point. this problem has been department over six years and has children has appeared in court. developing over the past three been foreign secretary and set up a 34 year—old yea rs, developing over the past three business and employed 200 people, sarah barrass from sheffield, years, there have been complaints face5 two counts of murder over and complaints, representations and the deaths of tri5tan, who was13, we will have the latest business all those are important qualities news for you. first the latest news calls for the party to deal with and they are the ones thatjeremy and blake, who wa514, hunt has got. thanks forjoining us. on friday last week. this seriously, yet this simply has not happened. the commission, has it headlines on afternoon live. theresa may arrives in brussels taken too long to come up with this 38—year—old brandon machin of no for a summit of european leaders — the equalities watchdog has launched fixed abode also faces whilst her own party remains two charges of murder. in turmoil over brexit. investigation? the commission a formal investigation the tory leadership candidate
into claims of antisemitism deciding to investigate is very much in the labour party. jeremy hunt has warned a no—deal the equalities and human rights formerjls 5tar orit5e brexit will be ‘political the culmination of three years of commission will assess williams has been cleared of raping a woman suicide' for his party. whether labour has victimised people because they are jewish. in his hotel room. concern and repeated requests to the labour party to deal with this the party said it would co—operate the 32—year—old singer told an equality watchdog launches problem properly. the party denied fully — but rejected claims it the jury the encounter — a formal investigation into the labour party over doesn't handle complaints robustly. after a gig in wolverhampton in december 2016 — wa5 con5en5ual. it had any problem at all for a long the ex—boyband member's tour time, saying this was smears against here's labour's dawn butler. manager was also cleared allegations of antisemitism. of attacking the same woman. the leadership ofjeremy corbyn but a man carrying two knives has attacked a group of schoolgirls there is now a reluctant admission injapan as they waited for a bus that the labour party has a problem the labour party will fully killing at least one here's your business but this is still not being dealt cooperate with the ehrc, child and one adult. 15 others were injured. with and only within the past few that's terribly important. headlines on afternoon live. the attacker also died after he stabbed himself. months, whistle—blowers and people who worked with in the labour party rupert wingfield hayes sent this what we strive to do as a party new protection has come info effect to help people who've been disclosed information that showed is make sure that we have the most tricked into transferring how officials had actually money to fraudsters. interfered with decisions that would robust and fair system that we can report from the scene. more than 80,000 bank customers lost possibly have and i think this money this way, last year. investigation will allow for us a new banking code means more have outlawed anti—semitism and that this morning, this quiet residential of us will be covered is part of the reason the commission to be able to say with some street on the south side of tokyo if we are conned out of our cash — confidence that we have that. was turned into a scene but not all banks have signed has decided to investigate. louise from a horror movie. schoolgirls lining up to get up to the new scheme. on their morning bus, sla5hed and stabbed by a knife—wielding man ellman, thanks for joining that was the response from the has decided to investigate. louise labour party. shouting, "i'm going to kill you!" gideon falterfrom the campaign against anti—semitism this man saw it happen. ellman, thanks forjoining us. registered a complaint insurance payouts for stolen cars have hit their highest level for seven years. labour's dawn butler has just given with the equalities and human rights commission "i heard the screams, insurers say it's because thieves the party's response. and he's here with me now. then i saw some kids lying are finding ways to exploit on the ground," he says. technology, that allows owners what is your reaction to this news? "there was a man with two long the labour party will fully sashimi knives, one in each hand. then he cut himself open their cars without a key.
cooperate with the eh rc, that is in the neck and collapsed." it is appalling that this is needed "i saw a boy who had been sla5hed the construction firm to happen and the only other party on the face and leg," says this man. galliford try has rejected a bid by bovis terribly important, and what we strive to do as a party is make sure to happen and the only other party to be investigated by the equality "he was very traumatised, terrified. to buy its home—building business. i cannot forgive what was that we have the most robust and and human rights commission is the bovis offered £950 miilion — done to these kids." fair system that we can possibly bnp, and the commission itself has been set up by the labour party but gallfiford said it wasnt enough. have and i think this investigation itself in 2006 and the reason we will allow for us to be able to say have got to this stage is because with some confidence that we have. for yea rs have got to this stage is because for years the jewish community have got to this stage is because for years thejewish community has been begging jeremy corbyn and the this afternoon, people began leaving flower5 and little gifts at the site, also news about travelodge, saying dawn butler, there. a sign of respect for the market for low cost hotel is labour leadership to take action over anti—semitism. in march this the two who were killed — still pretty buoyant. yes. you're watching afternoon live, one, a little girl, the other, a parent. these are our headlines. travelodge saying it will be year the commission wrote to the alastair campbell — tony blair's former labour party and said we are communications chief — so this is the street corner building another 117, sorry, no, has been expelled from considering launching a statutory where the little girls were lining the labour party — after voting up to get on their bus this morning for the liberal democrats investigation, will you please offer opening 17 new hotels. give or take in the european elections. when they were suddenly attacked the tory leadership candidate measures you will take to reassure us measures you will take to reassure by this man wielding two knives. jeremy hunt has warned a no—deal us that you will take it seriously? brexit will be "political suicide" for his party. today the commission has said they 100! 17 new hotels this year an equality watchdog launches are not satisfied and they are a formal investigation into the labour party over opening a statutory investigation creating 345 jobs, and that is the state of affairs. we you can still see the bloodstains allegations of antisemitism. on the street here. 100! 17 new hotels this year creating 345jobs, spending on are pleased the commission has tried an attack like this would be hundred and £15 million on this to deliver justice but profoundly shocking anywhere expansion. the boss of the company are pleased the commission has tried to deliverjustice but it is devastating that one of the in the world, but it is all the more is saying things are looking up for and in sport... mainstream national parties in this shocking here injapan because this budget hotels. it's crossed to simon british number one kyle edmund is such a safe society. reaches the second round of the french open. country has fallen so far into the at the big us naval base 5outh of tokyo, president trump french from panmure gordon to talk his match was suspended after nearly gutter. you heard what dawn butler was holding the final event more about this. i was surprised four hours in fading light of his four day state visit. so he returned this morning to beat said on behalf of the labour party. on behalf of the first lady when i heard about this because i
jeremy chardy in seven minutes. and myself, i want to take a moment thought places like ayr b&b were the official statement from the to send our prayers and sympathy really taking a bite out of that jurgen klopp's pretty sure that party says we reject any suggestion roberto firmino will be fit to the victims of the stabbing budget market. we hear a lot about that the party does not handle attack this morning in tokyo. for liverpool's champions league final against spurs. all americans stand with the people the forward will return anti—semitism complaints fairly and ofjapan and grieve for the victims, and for their families. changing preferences for robustly or that the party has acted to full training tomorrow. this evening, 15 children remain accommodation and ayr b8b and how unlawfully and we will continue to in hospital, three of them sharing being at the forefront of and the billboards have cooperate fully with the equality in serious condition with 5tab his name up in lights wounds to the neck. that but it shows there is still but anthonyjoshua insists he hasn't and human rights commission. you but with the perpetrator now dead, consumer demand for the more we may never know why made it yet as he prepares just have to look at what the public he decided to carry out such traditional hotel model and i think for his first fight stateside. an apparently 5en5ele55 attack. travelodge is tapping into the fact thinks, notjust the rupert wingfield—hayes, bbc news, that we are doing more luck weekend just have to look at what the public thinks, not just the jewish community, the latest poll shows breaks but also more flexible and that when asked whether the labour i'll be back with more in kawasaki city, japan. more travel for work. and it is party orjeremy corbyn are trying to capture that art of the anti—semitic, only 19% believe market. how is it managing to fight on those stories later. neither is anti—semitic. when you hundreds more prisoners in england off the likes of air b&b? talk about robust action, the labour and wales will be allowed market. how is it managing to fight off the likes of air b8b? it is to leave jail for a day or overnight price competitive, the travelodge the inquest into the party today throughout alastair to work, undertake training or look london bridge attacks, which claimed the lives of eight business model but also strategic after their children. locations, very much around the people, has been hearing evidence campbell, very prominent member, it's part of a government strategy about the radicalisation to rehabilitate offenders middle market towns, the smaller of one of the attackers. having voted liberal democrat, they and boost theirjob pro5pect5. our correspondent richard lister did that on the day, pretty much, cities in the uk. key areas where the changes will apply mainly to female pri5oner5 and those in open prisons. is at the old bailey. they got the news, but we have here's our home affairs talked about activists like jackie there isn't a lot of penetration what has the court been hearing? the walker who were expelled from the from those alternative business party after three years after making models and they have a real correspondent, danny shaw. focus started on the three attackers some pretty appalling comments about advantage and 17 new ones fit that with a look at the life of kirwan jewish people being the chief mould. shrugging off the impact of financiers of the slave trade. and he's the convicted killer who murdered a man on day the uncertainty over brexit. yes,
when the labour party wants to do release from prison. in 2013, ian mcloughlin stabbed what is clear is that consumers something it can, and now we have to death 66—year—old graham buck, generally are shrugging off the seen just today, labour mps from hertfordshire. something it can, and now we have seenjust today, labour mps but impact of brexit. they are a kind something it can, and now we have seen just today, labour mps but also deputy leader tom watson and emily the case prompted the government event i don't blame them putting to tighten rules on the temporary their fingers khurum butt —— the life of khurum thornbury actually saying we need event i don't blame them putting theirfingers in their event i don't blame them putting their fingers in their areas and ignoring all the noise. it is release of inmates. the number let out fell by almost someone independent to come and businesses, business spending, investigate the issue, please will a third in five years. exporters who are at the sharp end be commission take hold of this, —— of the slowdown. consumer spending butt, and he was described as a but the restrictions are now is fairly robust at this stage. lets being eased after research showed normal young person, but then he was prisoners were less likely move on to the construction firm will the commission take hold of to reoffend if they had experience this and do this independently, that working outsidejail. turning down a £950 million bid for is what will happen. the labour describing the murder of lee rigby party gave the commission such i am not convinced with the prison its house—building business from powers when it was created so this as an eye for an eye. he then was isa service in its current state — bovis. does that surprise you?” powers when it was created so this is a very serious thing for the party because labour will have to with morale in its current state, don't think it surprised the market. potentially have its leaders with the problems also interviewed by the commission. with the probation service — the market took quite well in the the supervision that is necessary going to go to syria, and the court and the preparation that is necessary for safe releases what's message and internal are actually going to be in place. heard that one of his influences at documents can be looked at and they galliford price, because they think the time was the convicted radical preacher anjem choudary and the can impose an action plan on the a new bid will come along that party which can enforced through the values the home is part of the courts heard that when he met with the new release—on—temporary—licence measures were introduced this month. business. two micro businesses khurum butt, he was like a line out courts —— whatsapp messages and. they allow prisoners to do paid work between one, a very profitable home in the community immediately building part but the much less of his cage and energised by his after a risk assessment. company. —— lion. khurum butt‘s profitable infrastructure and party which can enforced through the they'll be allowed to stay construction part, civil engineering courts -- whatsapp messages and. the investigation is to weather the overnight, away from prison, pa rt of construction part, civil engineering part of the business, which is far earlier in their sentence. labour party unlawfully less profitable and galliford didn't brother—in—law was so concerned that the changes apply mainly to those wa nt less profitable and galliford didn't want to be left with the less he actually called the anti—terror discriminated against, harassed or
victimised people because of the in women's prisons and open jails, which hold men assessed as posing profitable part. did both sides need fa ct victimised people because of the fact they were jewish? exactly. it hotline in september 2015. the less of a threat. each other because they tried to get following year, january 2016, he wasn't long ago that if you had a appeared ina following year, january 2016, he appeared in a channel 4 together before. there is a question problem with racism in this country, following year, january 2016, he appeared in a channel a documentary we know that, actually, having about optimal scale in builders and called the jihadis next door which a job, having somewhere to live, even his wife was taken by surprise the would go to was the labour it would give an advantage in terms having enough money and having family ties are really crucial parts of scale to be able to procure at about. he was seen waving for of resettling people better rates, but i don't think at as they come out of prison and, banners and calling for sharia law party, and in just four years ultimately, reducing reoffending. the would go to was the labour party, and injust four years under and saying david cameron should go jeremy corbyn it has become so and day release plays a really these prices, either certainly to hell. it was something that galliford try didn't see any institutionally anti—semitic. important part of that. advantages in terms of selling out at this level giving the rump of the london underground was unaware of jeremy corbyn it has become so institutionally anti-semitic. jeremy corbyn has said again and again, it we should not underestimate how when they put khurum butt through a difficult it is for people business that would remain. let's in the transition from prison back security clearance check in advance is not anti—semitic and he not into the community. move on to the high street trend anti—semitic. is not anti—semitic and he not anti-semitic. we think the evidence it's thought the new rules will lead of offering him a job on london to several hundred more prisoners thatis move on to the high street trend that is in administration. being freed temporarily every year. administrators are looking to get shows otherwise, we thinkjeremy underground. and the following year corbyn himself is anti—semitic and another reduction in rent for its we don't think any other explanation prison officers say shops. will this do the trick if that was when khurum butt and his the scheme needs monitoring they manage to get it? it is the for his years and decades of being to ensure the public are kept safe. on the wrong side of this issue, and accomplice —— accomplices launched but prison officers say there aren't second cbi injust over 12 months. enough resources to monitor them. if they wanted to prove they were this is a business that is to release more offenders into the london bridge attacks. studio: not in anti—semitic party there's so the community without the checks struggling to compete not just with and balances and safeguards the slowdown on hyde street retail much they could have done but will undoubtedly put more pressure thanks forjoining us. on police and the communities instead they have resisted and they spending but also the speed with and we believe that there needs a mother accused of have claimed these are political to be proper checks which other brands like primark are murdering her two teenage within the community to make sure children has appeared in court. smears and that it is just a few bad that the public are safe. 3a year—old sarah barrass from sheffield, faces two counts of murder over apples, but the truth will out able to get stuff to the market and the deaths of tristan, who was 13, because the independent equality and the social following they have, and blake, who was 1a, human rights commission has this therefore while they may get some
on friday last week. the government says very few prisoners commit further crimes 38 year—old brandon machin of no while on day release, re nt therefore while they may get some rent reductions it doesn't fixed abode also faces matter in hand. as i said, he would fundamentally alter this as a two charges of murder. and it promises they will be business struggling to generate the given thorough checks type of topline growth that some of strongly deny that, but the before they are let out. its competitors are. thank you, so commission will do its work. thanks danny shaw, bbc news. for joining commission will do its work. thanks much. what are the markets doing? formerjls star oritse williams has been here they are! the ftse was ahead found not guilty of raping forjoining us. jean—claude juncker is talking a woman in his hotel room. jean—claudejuncker is talking in brussels. let's listen in. for most of the day but it has come the 32—year—old singer denied the attack after a concert in wolverhampton in december 2016. the inquest into the off into the red. still a lot of the ex—boyband member's tour london bridge attacks has manager was also found not been hearing evidence well, he was speaking... he was uncertainty about what is happening guilty of sexual assault. about the increasing radicalisation with us and china trade and the of one of the attackers. a man carrying two knives has eight people were killed attacked a group of schoolgirls in the attacks injune 2017 and more speaking in english. now he is not. uncertainty over brexit in the wake than 40 were injured. our correspondent richard of the european elections. galliford injapan as they waited for a bus, lister sent this update we might stay with him for a few killing at least one from the old bailey. try as we were just saying, minutes, if you seconds at least. child and one adult. 15 others were injured. the european commission president. shareholders there liking the idea the attacker also died the focus started on the three that the company has rejected that after he stabbed himself. attackers with a look bogus bid. antofagasta another rupert wingfield hayes sent this —— afew the european commission president. at the life of khurum butt. the court has been hearing his —— a few seconds. mining company doing well. brent report from the scene. school days, his childhood, and the fact that really crude is on the way down despite the this morning, this quiet residential until he was in his early 20s, fa ct we crude is on the way down despite the street on the south side of tokyo up until 2012, 2013, theresa may, with all the talk of fact we have had a lot of talk about his friends and colleagues renegotiating a deal?” was turned into a scene described him as a normal guy, production of reduction which would who liked football and music. from a horror movie. he smoked cannabis, theresa may, with all the talk of renegotiating a deal? i would have a keep prices high, possibly going up short meeting with theresa may. but schoolgirls lining up to get into the future. for the moment, on their morning bus, slashed he was into reggae. thank you. and stabbed by a knife—wielding man i was crystal clear that there will his sister described him as a party shouting, "i'm going to kill you!" animal at that stage. be no renegotiation. this man saw it happen.
but by 2014, in a discussion "i heard the screams, with a colleague, the court heard 40,000 men are diagnosed then i saw some kids lying on the ground," he says. that he was describing the murder of lee rigby, the previous year, with prostate cancer in england every year. radiotherapy can be as an eye for an eye. highly effective treatment but it can damaging other organs. "there was a man with two long by 2015, his family were sashimi knives, one in each hand. so concerned about his expressed i can't tell you. what about the now, the first of a thousand then he cut himself desire to go and fight in syria commission as a whole, what should in the neck and collapsed." patients has been given a new gel "i saw a boy who had been slashed that they actually intervened be the idea for the next executive? implant which protects the rest and they took his passport of the body during treatment and a ticket, which they said and could reduce side effects on the face and leg," says this man. he was planning to by up to 70 per—cent. use to get to syria. the priorities remain the same. our health correspondent the court also heard that one matthew hill explains. of his influences at this time climate change, the fight against "he was very traumatised, terrified. alan clarke is in no painjust a few i cannot forgive what was was the convicted radical preacher climate change, growth, jobs, days after his operation. done to these kids." anjem choudary. investment. mr president, will it be i feel great, absolutely the court heard that when he met more difficult to deal with italy this afternoon, people began leaving flowers wonderful, yes. and little gifts at the site, with butt at butt‘s home, butt was like a lion out pleased it's done. after the elections? no. what about wonderful. of his cage, and energised it was a wonderful team, brilliant. a sign of respect for by his company. this letter that you have? and butt‘s brother—in—law you just couldn't fault it. was so concerned by the growing radicalisation that he saw there's no pain to it, the two who were killed — that he actually called it's all natural. one, a little girl, the anti—hotline in september 2015. lovely. the other, a parent. so, that was jean—claude juncker, so this is the street corner he first had radiotherapy in 2011. where the little girls were lining now, the following year, the european commission president, up to get on their bus this morning january 2016, he actually appeared just making it clear, the eu the cancer returned. in a channel 4 documentary called this puts him at greater risk when they were suddenly attacked of getting side—effects by this man wielding two knives. the jihadis next door. position that there will be no of radiotherapy. that was something that even his you can still see the bloodstains on the street here. wife was taken surprise about. renegotiation on the withdrawal that's why mr clarke's been selected an attack like this would be agreement with the united kingdom. profoundly shocking anywhere they didn't realise to be the first nhs patient he said he would be having a short in the uk to be given the gel. in the world, but it is all the more he had been in this. shocking here injapan because this meeting with theresa may. we heard he was seen waving banners, from her on her way in, just a few is such a safe society. two syringes are mixed together, and once injected it sets at the big us naval base south calling for sharia law, minutes ago, really repeating what within seconds like a jelly.
of tokyo, president trump saying david cameron, she had said in downing street when was holding the final event the then prime minister, it creates a space between should go to hell. she had said in downing street when she announced that she would be the prostate and rectum ofjust resigning as party leader on june over one centimetre. of his four day state visit. the 7th. that it was with deep it was something that london underground was unaware you can see the prostate is here, of when they put khuram butt regret that she had not managed to on behalf of the first lady through a security clearance check this grey area's the prostate, and myself, i want to take a moment in advance of offering him a job get a better deal through and this bit down here to send our prayers and sympathy in customer services on london parliament. a theresa may is there. to the victims of the stabbing underground. is the rectum. she will be having, jean—claude and we've created this space, this attack this morning in tokyo. so, there is clearly going to be juncker said, a short meeting with black area in between the prostate all americans stand with the people some questions about that. ofjapan and grieve for the victims, and the following year, him. he hasjust made clear there and the rectum and that should mean that was when khuram butt and two that the rectum will not get and for their families. will be no renegotiation on the accomplices launched the toxicity from the radiotherapy. the london bridge and borough market terror attacks. this evening, 15 children remain in hospital, three of them in serious condition with stab wounds to the neck. terms of the press to deal with this might seem like a small space, but with the perpetrator now dead, theresa may when he sees her. we are but in radiotherapy terms the small we may never know why a mother accused of space makes a huge difference he decided to carry out such murdering her two teenage an apparently senseless attack. children has appeared in court. going to get a look at the weather to the patient‘s quality 34 year—old sarah barrass forecast now. here is ben rich. of life in the long—term. rupert wingfield—hayes, bbc news, from sheffield, faces two counts of murder over the deaths of tristan, who was 13, a study of over 200 patients and blake, who was 14, in the united states shows that this in kawasaki city, japan. on friday last week. warm weather for 38 year—old brandon machin of no warm weatherfor some, warm weather for some, wet for treatment reduces erectile fixed abode also faces others, as we head towards the end two charges of murder. of the week. the time being, another dysfunction by up to 40%, reduces damage to the bladder by up from today, new protection formerjls star oritse sunshine and showers day. impressive to 50% and damage to the bowel for individuals tricked clouds developing across the east of williams has been by over 70%. into transferring money cleared of raping a woman the uk. you can see those showers to fraudsters takes effect — continuing into the evening, heavy in his hotel room. there are around 15,000 men who have although not all banks and thundery ones. they tend to fade overnight to leave clearer weather. radiotherapy for prostate cancer are signed up to the scheme. the 32—year—old singer told each year in the uk. last year some 84,000 bank the jury the encounter — customers lost money — where we keep the clear skies, turns the nhs innovative technology fund after a gig in wolverhampton sometimes tens of thousands
of pounds — after being caught out. in december 2016 — was consensual. into a relatively chilly night, will pay for 1000 of these only a fraction of the amounts lost the ex—boyband member's tour particularly across scotland. there procedures over the next year in up was refunded by banks but now manager was also cleared could be a touch of frost for some. of attacking the same woman. not as cold in the south—west of the to 12 hospitals, at a cost a new code should mean more will be reimbursed. uk. that is because here we will see of around £2000 per operation. the refund will come from a central once the advantages can be pot in cases when neither the bank increasing amounts of cloud and demonstrated its hoped everyone nor the customer are to blame. outbreaks of rain, which will splash from today, new protection slowly north eastwards during the will be offered the gel so they can for individuals tricked be spared devastating damage. into transferring money matthew hill, bbc news. to fraudsters takes effect — although not all banks day. that rain is getting into the are signed up to the scheme. with me is gareth shaw, last year some 84,000 bank midlands, southern scotland by the end of the day. largely dry further head of money at consumer customers lost money — sometimes tens of thousands east. increasingly cloudy. scotland of pounds — after being caught out. association which. only a fraction of the amounts lost that is pretty much it from seen the best of the sunshine. the was refunded by banks but now a new code should mean more north of scotland, anyway, albeit will be reimbursed. with showers. for the south of the afternoon live for today. next on and bbc producer simon mahon who was a victim to one the refund will come from a central uk, increasingly warm and humid as of these scams in 2015. pot in cases when neither the bank bbc news, it is the news that five we had to be can. further north and nor the customer are to blame. west we will see some rain at times. 00:24:34,303 --> 4294966103:13:29,430 —— as we head to the weekend. with christian fraser. before all of that let's get the forecast from ben gareth, tell us what the problem is rich. and how these scams have been some warm and wet weather in the forecast. with me here is chris hemsley, particularly towards working? consumers have been the co—managing director the end of this week. of the payment systems regulator. those details on the way. increasingly falling victim to these we start with the rest scams and they are getting more and of today which is a story more sophisticated. it involves of sunny spells and showers. shower clouds have been developing being contacted by a government across eastern parts of the uk institution may be your back, particularly pushing southwards telling you your account has been on north or north westerly breeze. compromised or you are owed a tax some showers through what is left refu nd compromised or you are owed a tax refund and you need to send over of the afternoon will be quite heavy personal financial details or send and possibly thundery. the best of the dry and bright can you tell us more about this? weather further west.
money to a safer cat, but in fact this wind coming down you are being duped by a fraudster broadly speaking, this happens, the from the north or north—west, it doesn't feel particularly warm. who has sent you text messages and scams, when a customer authorises 18 across parts of the south e—mails that look legitimate, sending over your life savings are the transaction themselves, after in the first part of the evening. not being able to get it back —— to being convicted by the force of this nine or 10 coasts of eastern scotland and north—east england. this evening and tonight a safe account. you have punched in isa being convicted by the force of this is a legitimate transaction and then showers continue for the numbers and sent it to a bank in a while across eastern areas. they transfer quite large sums they will fade away. your bank is just processing the dry weather. sometimes to the fraudster in error clear spells. some rain flirting with grow transaction but there is more the far north of scotland. banks could be doing to monitor —— after being convinced by the where we have those grey skies fraudster. how to they convince the and temperatures across scotland these suspicions payments and this could get close to freezing. code now says if you fall victim to customer? fraudsters are there could be a touch of frost for some. a sophisticated scam like this and not as chilly towards sophisticated and they use any weak the south—west. you have followed every procedure here things will be clouding over. and you thought you were sending it point really, it could be a cold toa and you thought you were sending it call or an e—mail or even outbreaks of rain across the south—west of england, to a legitimate person or wales, northern ireland, face—to—face, and this underlines eventually northern england, the midlands institution, you should be the point that we all have a point in far south of scotland. reimbursed. what kind of amounts of ahead of that things tend to cloud money have we been talking about in reducing this —— we all have a over through the day but predominantly dry. here? the scale is enormous, more pa rt in reducing this —— we all have a part to play in reducing this kind northern areas getting sunshine. of fraud. the banks have agreed to the odd shower. than £220 million was lost last year further south it turns increasingly warm and humid. alone, £435 a minute, we have heard refu nd of fraud. the banks have agreed to refund you but also we need to stop into thursday frontal systems this happening in the first place, will still wriggle around of people losing £50,000, £100,000, across the north bringing some outbreaks of rain. so if you are being asked to do to the south of those, they are about to send over their something under time pressure, pause we get some really warm
house deposit, they thought they for thought and phoned the number on and rather humid air. the back of your bank card and ask we re house deposit, they thought they were sending it to their solicitor but their e—mail has been hacked. advice from them. in some cases, may that will make for some quite cloudy be give a few examples, people have and murky conditions on thursday. what happened in your case, simon? been losing staggering amounts of so much of rain and drizzle for some how much money did you lose?m money? we have all seen the stories western coasts and hills. what happened in your case, simon? how much money did you lose? it was here, we are looking at tens, december 2015, i was living in more general rain across manchester and my girlfriend got a northern ireland and a good part £20,000, this is not uncommon of scotland as this weather front job in london, and so our lives had because people can be posing as sits in place. to the north fairly cool. to the south warm and humid. been turned around, we found a solicitors when you are trying to 21 or 23. ﬂight been turned around, we found a put down a deposit on a house, large look what happens into the weekend. flight on a website, it was all some even warmer air. looking quite legitimate, sending sums, as well, so you need to be we could get 27. maybe higher in the south. e—mails to the new landlady —— we careful and if in doubt contact your always cooler further north found a flat. they all looked above solicitor if you are buying a house and west where we see cloud directly with the number you have, and outbreaks of rain. board but then we eventually paid over the next three days or contact your bank. how will the into the weekend, we could see quite the deposit and the first rent for a lot of rain across western the deposit and the first rent for scotland. the month and then there was complete silence from these people. new code actually work? who is soggy in glasgow into we we re friday and saturday. complete silence from these people. generally rather cool across the north—west. we were increasingly worried and we further south and east we see some covered ? called the bank, the fracturing new code actually work? who is covered? not all the banks have spells of sunshine and this signed up although most of the big website, or the banks involved —— banks have. that is right. hopefully the flat sharing website. we were temperatures perhaps up more banks will sign up to the code and offer similar types of to 26, 27. bounced around from these massive protection but most of the big high institutions and they all give you street brands will either sign up to
warm words but you cannot pay your re nt warm words but you cannot pay your rent with warm words. how much money the brand or are offering similar did you lose? £1800, it was a protection to their customers. you still need to be careful and act devastating week, really. did you reasonably, so it is incumbent on get it back? no, nothing back, just the customer to act carefully still, but assuming you have acted warm words. you have been reasonably and you haven't been campaigning on this for about three reckless and thoughtless, you would yea rs, campaigning on this for about three years, you are pleased to see there contact your bank and then you would have about 15 days to consider your has now been action? this is a case and hopefully refund your money. it is not your fault because fantastic step forward and thousands of people now have the reassurance you have been conned and it is not that if they have done nothing wrong the fault of the bank but this they should get their money back if scheme will help you out and they should get their money back if they fall victim to this type of reimburse you if you have acted scam, but there is much more to do. recently? it's a welcome feature pa rt scam, but there is much more to do. part of the code has asked for banks that even in the case when no one has done anything wrong, that this to introduce technology which will group of banks have agreed to fund match the name of the person receiving the money to their account the refunds to people when they have done everything reasonable on their details, and that technology isn't going to be introduced until 2020, part. thanks to you for that. that has been delayed so far. not a man carrying two knives has all the banks have signed up? this attacked a group of schoolgirls isa all the banks have signed up? this is a voluntary code. around 17 injapan as they waited for a bus killing at least one child and one adult.
15 others were injured. banking brands are signed up and that should cover around 85% of the market so this is a good chunk of people but we are encouraging banks to show they want to stand up to the attacker also died after he stabbed himself. their customers and protect them and rupert wingfield hayes sent this by signing up to the voluntary code report from the scene. today at five — following bruising this morning, this quiet residential results for the main parties as quickly as possible, we want to see the next step of technology in the eu elections, street on the south side of tokyo both sides are trying to define introduced and that should cut down the fraud by 50% so it is important their positions on brexit. was turned into a scene from a horror movie. for the tories, the leadership to tackle it. you welcomed the schoolgirls lining up to get on their morning bus, slashed contenders are split over whether to leave the eu scheme, simon? massively. such a and stabbed by a knife—wielding man with or without a deal. shouting, "i'm going to kill you!" as the prime mininster this man saw it happen. arrives in brussels, she says she still massive thing when it happens, you "i heard the screams, wants an orderly exit. feel so vulnerable and completely then i saw some kids lying lost and you have no money, the position i've always taken has "on the ground," he says. been to work to get the best completely on your knees, i would "there was a man with two long possible deal for the uk have been grateful for this scheme sashimi knives, one in each hand. in leaving the eu. if it had been there at the time. "then he cut himself i've always taken the view good to talk to you. thanks for that the best option for the uk joining us. is to leave the european union in the neck and collapsed." with a deal. there are calls for car labour are under pressure to spell manufacturers to improve the security of their vehicles "i saw a boy who had been slashed out their position as they tussle over the question of as claims for car thefts in the uk on the face and leg," says this man. reach a seven—year high. 16,000 claims were made "he was very traumatised, terrified. in the first three "i cannot forgive what was another referendum. months of this year — done to these kids." and the association of british insurers says the rising this afternoon, people labour expel senior party use of new technology, began leaving flowers and little gifts at the site, figure alastair campbell after he revealed he voted including keyless entry systems, is thought to be a sign of respect for for the lib dems in behind the increase. the european elections — the two who were killed — he says he did it in the best
our business correspondent one, a little girl, the other, a parent. interests of the party. katy austin reports. so, this is the street corner where the little girls were lining up to get on their bus this morning when they were suddenly attacked by this man wielding two knives. you can still see the bloodstains cars are more sophisticated than ever, and organised criminals on the street here. an attack like this would be have found new ways to steal them. profoundly shocking anywhere in the world, but it is all the more this footage shows thieves shocking here injapan because this exploiting keyless technology is such a safe society. to steal a vehicle in seconds at the big us naval base south of tokyo, president trump by tricking it into thinking was holding the final event its owner is right next to it. of his four day state visit. the body representing insurers says on behalf of the first lady methods like this have helped fuel a rise in car crime and claims. and myself, i want to take a moment between january and march last year, to send our prayers and sympathy to the victims of the stabbing 14,000 car theft insurance claims were made, rising to 16,000 attack this morning in tokyo. all americans stand with the people in the first three months of this ofjapan and grieve for the victims, year, the highest figure since 2012. and for their families. pay—outs totalled £108 million, up 22% in 12 months. this evening, 15 children remain in hospital, three of them in serious condition with stab the theft of keyless cars is a major wounds to the neck. contributor to the unwelcome rise but with the perpetrator now dead, in car crime we have seen we may never know why
he decided to carry out such in the last five years. an apparently senseless attack. we would like to see manufacturers do even more than they are already rupert wingfield—hayes, bbc news, in kawasaki city, japan. doing to make vehicles as resilient as possible to ever more clever time for a look at the weather. and sophisticated car criminals. here's ben rich. a police and government task force was launched injanuary to try to tackle vehicle crime. the task force includes the car we will start on the other side of manufacturers' organisation. it says its members are investing the atlantic because there is some pretty ferocious weather. ferocious billions in security, but technology could actually help to bring down levels of theft in the longer term. only begins to cover it. a lot going katy austin, bbc news. only begins to cover it. a lot going on here at home, but nothing compared to theirs. this first shot iam going compared to theirs. this first shot i am going to show you, posed at the moment, very short but watch it time for a look at the weather. closely because you can see the hail coming down. big hailstones which will damage your car certainly will you are going to look at the weather know about it about it if it falls on you. we have had big thunder stateside first. there is a lot clouds gathering, lots of lightning, going on at home but nothing squally gusty winds and some compared to what they have had in tornadoes across many parts of the the united states. showers, usa. reports yesterday from the national weather service of 60 thunderstorms and tornadoes for tornadoes touching down across the weeks. this is illinois. this shows
united states. that was a big cloud some big hailfollowing from the in indiana. look at the damage sky. you would know about it if that caused close to dayton in ohio. a hit you or your car. we have seen few big tornadoes touched down in big thunder clouds over illinois and this kind of area. these storms are many parts of the midwest and the quite hit and miss but if one hits you it will easily take the roof of plains. during monday 60 tornadoes your house. some real damage as a touched down across the usa including in indiana and storm consequence of those storms which has been going on for many days and weeks. caused by what? this is quite chasers driving round looking to a classic weather set up in north film these. certainly an impressive america at this time of year, no thundercloud. they had a number of less disruptive for it but what we have got is some really warm moist air pushing up from the gulf of tornadoes here yesterday. the rooves mexico into the south—eastern taken off of houses. this bungalow quarter of the usa. at the same time has lost its roof. some parts of the the jet stream dives southwards, cooler air behind it. the clash between warm and cool air generates states have seen in the last 30 days severe thunderstorms. they can spin 500 millimetres of rain, about 20 up severe thunderstorms. they can spin up the tornadoes because winds at inches. different levels of the atmosphere blow in slightly different directions. the main risk today in parts of the midwest but also parts what is the cause of all that? this of the northeast us could see some
isa what is the cause of all that? this is a typical weather phenomenon for thunderstorms today. tomorrow more this part of the world. it stems south towards oklahoma and texas. all the while record—breaking from warm air drawn up from the gulf of mexico. it is exceptionally hot temperatures across south—eastern areas of texas, close to 100 over across the south—eastern corner at the moment. we have thejet stream the last few days are. not exactly what it is likely here so talk us diving southwards and the clash through the british forecast. between the warm and cool air and certainly not as hot as that but there is some warmth on the way through the rest of today there is towards the end of the week. a bit the risk of thunderstorms and a high of sunshine as well. some of us have risk of tornadoes. 35 in atlanta had some sunshine. that was the scene in the south—west of wales. but storm clouds have been gathering at home as well. that was a picture from east sussex. as you can see tomorrow afternoon. we have been up at 100 fahrenheit which is a record from east sussex. as you can see from the radar picture, quite a few for some places. what about here, a showers so far today particularly across the eastern half of the british isles. some of these are little bit calmer? a little bit. we heavy and they continued through what is left of the afternoon. long have twists and turns to negotiate. along on a north or north—westerly some showers around this afternoon. breeze. that wind direction will it isa some showers around this afternoon. it is a day of sunshine and showers. never be very breeze. that wind direction will never be very warm. breeze. that wind direction will never be very warm. a cool day. nine the showers are looking relatively celsius in newcastle, 18 in cardiff.
threatening. you can see the way in western parts of the uk not seeing which quite a few showers have many showers this afternoon. this broken out across eastern parts of evening and tonight, calmer weather the uk. some of the showers across scotland, you can see some white on slides east. many of us with clear the chart, they may be wintry. with skies overhead. showery rain across northern scotland. across a more these north are north—westerly winds general scotland quite a chilly quite a cool feel to the weather so night and it could be a touch of frost with temperatures close to by 6p and 9 degrees in stornoway and freezing. not as cold in the south and west of the country and that is newcastle. heavy and thundery because we will see things crowding over during tomorrow. outbreaks of showers drifting across eastern areas particularly and they should rain across the south—west, wales, feed this evening. underneath clear midland, northern england, northern ireland and the four south of scotland. further east things were a skies and temperatures will dip cloud over after a bright start. particularly across parts of northern scotland holding on some scotland. some spots getting close sunny spells and a few showers. down to freezing. not as cold in the towards the south it is increasingly south—west because the weather will be changing. tomorrow we will see warm and humid as this frontal system bringing rain slides outbreaks of rain across the north—east. into thursday, still south—west of england and parts of france flirting with the north of the uk but to the south of those the midlands and eventually the south of scotland. ahead of that are various fronts, we get some really fairly bright start. the best of the warm air which were little
sunshine across northern scotland temperatures. having said that with a few showers and quite a cool across the south of the uk, particularly england and wales on feel here. further south it turns thursday, a lot of cloud, misty and increasingly warm and humid. mark for western coasts and hills. wednesday and thursday we have some drizzle. southern and central frontal systems flirting with the scotla nd some drizzle. southern and central scotland down to northern ireland northern half of the uk so we will with outbreaks of rain, to the north see outbreaks of rain but to the of that the cool site. further south south we will start to feel the those temperatures into the 20s. by effects of very warm and humid air. the week in some parts of the south and south—east are likely to get up that humidity will bring cloud and to 27. never is one for the north mist across the southern half of the and west because here there will be more in the way a cloud. some odd uk. some brighter skies developing. pics of rain at times. the rain the frontal system bringing rain to quite persistent across parts of western scotland. split fortunes for scotla nd the frontal system bringing rain to scotland and northern ireland. down to the site up into the 20s but the end of this week. some outbreaks those temperatures will climb further as we head towards the of rain at times. further south and weekend. perhaps up to 27 degrees. east it looks dry, sunny spells and temperatures up to around 26 or 27. not as warm towards the north—west of the uk because we still have plenty going on with our weather those weather fronts. through the over the next few days. back to you. period of a few days we could see quite a bit of rain across western thank you. that was the weather, now scotland. glasgow is certainly let's check out the latest sport. hugh ferris has got that.
looking quite soggy as we enter week whereas further south and east as we head towards the weekend those temperatures are up to 26 or 27 degrees. pretty mixed fortunes for nearly four hours. the rest of this week. suspended because of bad light 5—5 in the decider againstjeremy chardy. a thriller that the crowd were annoyed to not see finish. so back they came this morning. edmund took the two games he needed to win in seven minutes, and ten points overall. this is bbc news. our latest headlines: alastair campbell, tony blair's former communications chief, is expelled from the labour party after voting for the liberal democrats in the european elections. jeremy hunt, one the first win for kyle edmund in six of the ten contenders games. he reaches round two in paris for the fifth time in a row. for the conservative party leadership, says pursuing a no—deal brexit would be political he will play pablo suicide for his party. the equality and human rights cuevas of uruguay. commission launches a formal investigation into the labour party john evans is playing fernando verdasco. he lost the first set and isa verdasco. he lost the first set and is a breakdown in the second, over claims of anti—semitism. currently losing 4—3. earlier cameron norrie lost and also did jamie murray and bruno suarez in the
doubles. the arsenal boss says there it was a late night for kyle edmund. will be playing for the fans wherever they are, after they returned a small allocation for the europa league final. each club was only given 6000 tickets for the they spent nearly four hours on match in baku. for many it will be a court. they had to suspend itjust tortured journey to azerbaijan, others have already made it.” before ten pn court. they had to suspend itjust before ten pm in paris because of tortured journey to azerbaijan, others have already made it. i am bad light. it was a thriller that not from london, i live in cumbria, soi not from london, i live in cumbria, so i travelled from barrow—in—furness and i am probably the crowd were annoyed not to see the only person from there today. it finish. has taken me 30 hours, a car, three kyle edmund did what he had to do in flights, long layovers. and we are here we arejust just seven minutes. this was the flights, long layovers. and we are here we are just happy and looking forward to the final. it was much final one. he had lost his last five matches before this one. he reaches that uefa and the club seem to do to make it easier. even the prices charged on chartered flights was extortionate. quite a few fans here. round two in paris for the fifth there will not be many fans from time ina round two in paris for the fifth england, but loads of fans, the fan time in a row. base for arsenal, asia, loads of there was a really
disappointing defeat people from around here. 20 or 30 for cameron norrie, who was soundly beaten by france's people from around here. 20 or 30 people around so it opens it up to elliot benchetrit. that side of the world. going to norrie has climbed into the world's top 50 this year but he only won every arsenal home game but there is five games in the entire match, more fans for arsenal banter is and against the world number 273. just london. it opens it up. that is dan evans is playing his tomorrow. jurgen klopp says he has opening match against taken the best team he has ever fernando verdasco. managed into the champions league final in madrid on saturday. his liverpool team play spurs, and jurgen klopp claims he is pretty jamie murray's doubles partnership sure roberto firmino will be fit for with brazilian bruno soares is over the game after missing the last three. the forward will return to after they lost in the first round. full training tomorrow. after losing three madrid at this stage last year, jurgen klopp is confident of they've been together winning a finalfor the year, jurgen klopp is confident of for three and a half years. winning a final for the first time since he took charge at anfield. so winning two grand slam titles. far we control our emotions in a really good way. we let them go on murray will play alongside another brit, neal skupski, for the grass court season. the right manner. in a moment it is pure excitement, really looking forward to it. being really happy to snow playing chelsea and azerbaijan have that chance again. that is what on the eastern frontier of european you wanted to have up to last year.
football. arsenal could play in the all good. steve clarke has named his champions league if they win. first squad as manager of scotland and he's picked chelsea have already qualified for five uncapped players forjune's euro 2020 qualifiers that competition for next year. not against cyprus and belgium, including three from his a huge amount of fans will be old club kilmarnock — stuart findlay, greg taylor attending for the showpiece and eamonn brophy. they come in along with livingston keeper liam kelly and aberdeen defender michael devlin. occasion. both clubs have given some scotland's women are playing at hampden park this evening, for the first time in seven years. of that small allocation back. it they take onjamaica in their final match ahead of the world cup — has taken most of the fans a lot and manager shelley kerr is hoping longer than 24 hours to get to baku. to smash their attendance record. take away the performance side of iam from i am from cumbria. it has taken me it, we have always set ourselves a probably the best part of 30 hours, target inspiring the nation. i think three flights. now we are here we it would be fantastic for the players if we were to get that are happy and looking forward to the 10,000 or more. that much is live on final tomorrow night. there was not much for uefa or the club to do to make it easier, the prices they bbc alba later on this evening and also the red button online. that is charge on charter flights were all the sport. thank you.
extortionate. i have seen quite a few fa ns. extortionate. i have seen quite a few fans. there have not been many fa ns few fans. there have not been many let's get the latest on the fans from england. the fan base for political situation. more now on politics — arsenal, e:g., people from around the two main westminster parties are trying to work out a way forward here. it opens it up to that side of over brexit in the wake of poor performances at the european elections. both parties are grappling with how the world. there are more funds for to break the deadlock and win back disaffected voters. but what next in the brexit process? arsenal thanjust the world. there are more funds for arsenal than just london. jurgen klopp says he's taking the best team he's ever managed iamjoined by i am joined by our reality check into the champions league final respondent christmas. we are looking in madrid on satruday. at the time line and supposed to be his liverpool team play spurs. leaving on top of the 31st but it is klopp claims he's pretty sure that all pretty tight in terms of time roberto firmino will be and how much time we have got. fit for the game after missing all pretty tight in terms of time and how much time we have gotm the last three. is. let's go back to the beginning, the forward will return to full training tomorrow. we we re is. let's go back to the beginning, we were supposed to leave on the after losing to real madrid last year 29th of march and to the 31st of klopp is confident of winning a final for the first time october that is about seven months. since he took charge. if you think about where we are now. so far, we have controlled our emotions in a really good way, we two months of that time has gone let them go in the right manner. already. we have already got to the end of may. april and may has gone. then from the end of may where we so, yeah, in a moment, it is pure excitement.
got to now now we have the really looking forward to it and being really happy to have that chance again, that's what we wanted conservative leadership candidates gathering. the leadership contest is to have after last year. due to be completed by the time we are here, all good. summer recess comes. that will be some towards the end ofjuly. anthony joshua says he'll have only made it once he becomes the undisputed world potentially the contest could be done more quickly but you have got heavyweight champion. quite a few candidates to whittle that means taking the wbc down to two then it has to go back belt of deontay wilder. joshua's preparing for his first to the membership in the country and fight in the us on saturday. you have to have hustings. that could be another two months, which it's against andy ruinunior. could be another two months, which could take as to the end ofjuly or the british boxer‘s name is up on billboards across new york august. august is holiday time, as he looks to take another step particularly in brussels where the towards taking all of his eu really does shut down for august. division's titles. it's been a good journey, tough journey, and there's things june and july, the conservative on the side of thatjourney, the billboards, one billboard turns leadership contest. august nothing into two, it's all about winning in this sport, and i've been winning really happening much. parliament will be in recess. and castles. since i started. since i went into amateur boxing it's been championship after championship from the pros, it's been the same. metaphors of castles made out of i haven't put a foot wrong yet sand towards the end of august. then and i'm not looking to put a foot we are already into september, just wrong on saturday night either. two months before brexit is now due
to happen. the second half of september parliament is once again in recess for the political party dale steyn is out of conferences. if you add up all the days we reckon there are about 50 first game of world cup. sitting days in the house of commons the first game of the tournament is between now and the 31st of october. against england. the south african probably only about half of that bowler will miss it because of a would be under a new prime minister. shoulder injury. in terms of potentially passing legislation, were people who might wa nt to legislation, were people who might want to stop the kind of brexiter new prime minister might be in favour of, time is very short because once you have been through let's talk about two of today's big entertainment stories, the party political conferences, you concerning the spice girls are into october and just a few and gavin and stacey. our entertainment correspondent weeks left before we reach the next lizo mzimba is here. brexit deadline, and the default position in law, 31st of october we first up, spice girls fans have been would leave with no—deal. position in law, 31st of october we eagerly awaiting their reunion, would leave with no-deal. so i no—deal prime minister mightjust run down the clock to that deadline, but, as their tour gets under way, some have complained but a prime minister who wants a that sound problems have ruined the performances, deal, and we were hearing jeremy both at cardiff's principality stadium last night, hunt putting forward his case saying and dublin's croke park on friday. a no—deal would be political suicide for the conservative party, if he
earlier, spice girls fan rob lennon wa nted for the conservative party, if he wanted to reopen negotiations with shared a clip from last the eu, that in itself apart from night's concert in cardiff. the eu, that in itself apart from the time pressures would be really this is what he heard. difficult because they have said again and again they are not muffled music re—negotiating the withdrawal agreement. they are, and in october can we seriously imagine some sort of negotiation with the eu on the details are still going on? don't forget the agreement to extend until the end of october, to extend the brexit negotiating period, contained within it explicit agreement that we would not seek to reopen the withdrawal agreement. so anyone who you can hear almost none of the is in withdrawal agreement. so anyone who isina withdrawal agreement. so anyone who vocals. it has always been difficult is in a cabinet at the time that agreement was made essentially doing some of these big stadium signed up to that, including mr hunt concerts. it is not clear whether itself. it says we will not seek to with reopen to withdrawal agreement. this is a genuine problem affecting the eu has said time and again we spice girls' concerts more than consider that text to be closed. others. there has been a lot of they are prepared to look again at attention on them because of who they are and a lot of fans have been the non—binding political declaration which accompanies it, very disappointed by the sound and which looks at the future relationship, but as the name mel b acknowledged this in an suggests, it is non—binding. and that could be changed again in the instagram message after their first future after brexit by a different
prime minister or different government. long way to go or maybe concert in dublin. it is a difficult not such a long way to go until thing to get right because they have october the 31st but we will see to work with the same teams from what happens. as ever, thank you. each venue which are set up in different ways. sometimes it is to do with atmospheric conditions, what mountaineers in nepal have described the year's deadly climbing is happening with the weather and season on mount everest, the world's highest mountain, all sorts of things. it is a as a "death race." difficult thing to get absolutely right to hear really good sound 11 mountaineers have died recently, everywhere and people move around in nine on the nepalese the stadium to try to find the best side of the mountain, two in neighbouring tibet. spots. there has been a lot of talk on monday, an american climber died as he descended from the summit. on social media about this. maybe gail maclellan has more details. everest, where mankind battles thatis mother nature to reach on social media about this. maybe that is because so many people the top of the world. complain that croke park. a lot of people have said i had a really good it's a deadly endeavour. time, i thought the sound sounded good from where i was. at the moment the mountain stands over 8,800 we have to wait and see. fans are metres tall, and a lack of oxygen means humans slowly die paying a lot of money for these on the peaks upper slopes. tickets, 100 quid or something, some of them want their money back the number of deaths this year already higher understandably. it is a perennial than the whole of 2018. problem where you are listening in
those kinds of conditions and it is it's been carnage and i should say, it has become a death race there, difficult to see where the line because there was a massive traffic should be done without hard evidence ofa jam and people are pushing should be done without hard evidence of a genuinely bad job being done or themselves, who are not even whether a few fans were unlucky in a capable of doing it. they do it and instead of summiting, particular spot, which does happen. they kill themselves. if you look at outside concerts, mountaineers say overcrowding is over the years there have been issues about the british summer partly to blame, as record numbers of climbers try to conquer one festival in hyde park. some fans of the world's toughest tests. saying the sound was bad where i conditions have been also worse than normal, was. whether this has been with high winds blasting exaggerated in the case of the spice the mountain, leaving a narrow girls we do not know. they could be window of time to reach the summit. unlucky people with attention coming it really comes down to, this year, a deadly from social media but as the talk confluence of three factors. was bad where i was. whether this has been exaggerated in the case of you had a limited number of suitable weather days. the spice girls we do not know. they the second is that you had a record could be unlucky people with number of permits issued by nepal, attention coming from social media but as the tour goes on i am sure along with a requirement each person the spice girls team and to make has to hire a guide. sure it does not overshadow the and the third is, due return. quite a few more dates. they to the market forces, are going on until theirfinale at there are now companies offering everest at the lowest—priced ever, wembley. gavin and stacey are back which is bringing in a bunch of people that really don't have the experience. for a christmas special. yes. one of and also you have some guides that
the most popular programmes of simply aren't qualified. recent yea rs. the most popular programmes of recent years. there has not been a despite the danger, despite having new episode for about nine years. to climb past the bodies of dead mountaineers, fans have treated us with delight. and despite the monumental effort required to reach the top, it isa the pull of everest means people fans have treated us with delight. it is a nostalgic programme for many will continue to push for the summit people, about a boy from essex and a and continue to die doing so. girl from south wales who fell in the highest mountain, the highest risk. gail maclellan, bbc news. love over a long distance relationship and helped launch the careers of so many british stars that we have today, not least james corden. the most surprising person a year ago the hashtag being involved with this because the #shameonyouwarwick began trending. others have been doing great work, it was connected to a "lads ruth jones has others have been doing great work, ruthjones has had her comedy drama chat" social media group stella but james corden at the university of warwick. ruthjones has had her comedy drama stella butjames corden has been conquering the entertainment world in a series of shocking posts, the male students were threatening to rape their female friends. in the us and it is a measure of the affection that he has for that well, two of those women targeted particular show that he has gone have spoken to the bbc about what actually happened back to co—write it with his behind closed doors. it's for a bbc three documentary, co—creator ruth jones for a christmas episode. the fans will the warwick uni rape chat scandal. very much enjoy it i am sure. the let's speak to the producer
bbc want and look for a good larissa kennelly, who christmas hit. in recent years we conducted the interviews. have seen christmas day viewing a warning, that we are about to play figures slanting down lower because some clips that some viewers there are other things to do partly may find distressing. first of all, tell us about this and the impact of streaming, but also in recent years they have not case and how it first came to light. had big hitters. like a really this case centred around a kind of special one—off show that people wa nt to special one—off show that people want to tune into. things like series of really disturbing sexually violent messages that were being shared on a facebook private group doctor who, it has disappeared from chat. a lot of people have asked how the christmas day schedule. this is did this chap to get out and how did just the right length for many people. it has not been on air for a the women involved discover these m essa 9 es the women involved discover these m essa g es if the women involved discover these messages if they were sent in decade so it is not too familiar but private? but the most shopping thing it is in the recent memory of lots of people who will be glad it is about this is most of the women were coming back for a one—off special. close friends of the men involved. hopefully the programme will be as you will see in the clip we will good. the bbc will be glad to have show, one of the men actually showed something special that lots of one of the women the messages and people will be looking forward to.” thatis one of the women the messages and that is how the messages got out. we am sure there will be a lot of expectation. we re that is how the messages got out. we were sat in my apartment, and he had working 12—hour shifts on a busy hospital his laptop out, and he kept getting ward can be hard enough,
but imagine also not eating one of these messages through from or drinking anything all day. this other mixed group chat. that's what life's like for obviously i could see them popping thousands of nhs workers currently through. they were not nice fasting for ramadan. when ramadan falls in the summer messages. he just laughed at me and months, there are only a few hours he said, if you think that's bad you of darkness in which people can eat. might want to see our lads chat. he monika plaha reports on a community project that's supporting muslim then proceeded to show me the lads hospital staff observing the fast. group chat as if he was showing off, as if it was something he should have been proud of, and that i was it's 10am and asma will not be going to be impressed by how vulgar eating or drinking anything and horrendous it was. that's when for nearly nine hours. but that's not stopping her he took me through a year—and—a—half preparing food for others. worth of rape threads.” during ramadan, food becomes just more sacred. he took me through a year—and—a—half worth of rape threads. i swear to god, if it is that girl in my flat, when you go through this whole lam going god, if it is that girl in my flat, period when you do not have any, i am going to go all one hunt does your realisation that so much of what you're taking for granted — make it 1945 soviet army on her in you know, clean running the streets as if... i think i would water from the tap, food, snacks that you can eat all the time disable her. the investigation into — it is such a privilege. fasting is one of the five pillars all of this has ended. are the women of islam, which form the basis of how muslims live. involved satisfied with the outcome?
others include faith, the difficult thing in this case is prayer and charity. whilst the women involved were angry at the messages and all that, the as well as giving to the homeless, this ramadan, she has made anger has moved towards the it her priority to provide food to the thousands of nhs university and how they mishandled workers observing the holy the case in the women's eyes. one of festival across london. the case in the women's eyes. one of the cases in that investigation was they are doing a very difficultjob, two at the worst perpetrators and not drinking water, not eating, this had their sentences reduced on and they often don't get a chance appeal so they would be returning to to take a break during their shift. the university. they have now since so i am sending it to withdrawn but the women have said a hospital in east london. they have completely lost confidence i'm going to send it one by one to different hospitals. in the university, particularly around the appointment of the 8:45pm in newham director of press to investigate the hospital, east london. case, which obviously then had a the sun falls. huge media focus. they have said now is the time for muslim families that despite everything, despite the and friends to come together and break their fast — outcome, despite not seeing those men on campus now, they will traditionally by eating dates, then a meal. graduate and be glad never to be at warwick again. what about this is known as iftar, but for nhs staff working around the clock, universities in general, if there is this can be difficult. this is why special deliveries, this kind of incident again, how do they deal with it? that is an issue like asma's, and events like this, bring the true spirit going forward. the warwick case so
of ramadan alive. up going forward. the warwick case so kiran is a paediatric doctor up so many questions about how they who was working night shifts. handle these cases. all universities i think something like this is vital have complaints procedures, but in for the nhs workers. the warwick case it shows how timely we work really long hours — that's the nurses, the doctors, you need to be, you need to do the the cleaning staff, the porters. and it's exhausting, investigations quickly. they showed because we are front—line staff, the kind of training that you need we're talking all day, to have. if you showed the conflict and ramadan is emotionally of interest that can arise if you and physically taxing. appoint the wrong person to i was in theatres today and once investigate the case, and they the adrenaline finished, showed just how traumatising these you realise you were standing around situations are for the victims who for a long time, and then you really feel thirsty. report. universities need to deal i do long day shifts, with this issue more sensitively and working with patients coming directly from a&e. women need to be able to trust their having something special like this institutions that they will believe really brings the community together them, so that they come forward. here in newham and also makes us thank you. that is the producer and all excited, because this doesn't actually happen. reporter on that bbc three hospitals across the capital can documentary. thank you for being expect more of these food parcels with us. before ramadan comes to an end next week. for asma, this is all hundreds more prisoners in england about saying thank you. and wales will be allowed to leave jail for a day or overnight i am so indebted to the nhs. to work, undertake training or look i think that they
are amazing people. after their children. i want them to know that i am it's part of a government strategy to rehabilitate offenders and boost theirjob prospects. grateful for who they are. the changes will apply mainly to female prisoners monika plaha, bbc news. and those in open prisons. here's our home affairs correspondent, danny shaw. he's the convicted killer who murdered a man on day release from prison. in 2013, ian mcloughlin stabbed in a moment what's hot and what's not in the business news. to death 66—year—old graham buck, first a look at the headlines on afternoon live: alastair campbell — from hertfordshire. tony blair's former communications chief — the case prompted the government has been expelled from the labour party after voting to tighten rules on the temporary for the liberal democrats release of inmates. in the european elections. the tory leadership candidate jeremy hunt has warned a no—deal the number let out fell by almost brexit will be political a third in five years. but the restrictions are now suicide for his party. being eased after research showed prisoners were less likely an equality watchdog launches to reoffend if they had experience a formal investigation working outsidejail. the new release—on—temporary—licence into the labour party over measures were introduced this month. they allow prisoners to do paid work in the community immediately allegations of anti—semitism. after a risk assessment. here's your business they'll be allowed to stay overnight, away from prison, headlines on afternoon live. earlier in their sentence. new protection has come info effect the changes apply mainly to those to help people who've been in women's prisons and open jails, tricked into transferring which hold men assessed as posing
money to fraudsters. less of a threat. more than 80,000 bank customers lost we know that, actually, having a job, having somewhere to live, money this way, last year. having enough money and having a new banking code means more family ties are really crucial parts of us will be covered of resettling people if we are conned out of our cash, as they come out of prison and, but not all banks have signed ultimately, reducing reoffending. up to the new scheme. and day release plays a really important part of that. we should not underestimate how insurance payouts for stolen cars difficult it is for people have hit their highest in the transition from prison back level for seven years. insurers say it's because thieves into the community. it's thought the new rules will lead to several hundred more prisoners are finding ways to exploit being freed temporarily every year. technology that allows owners to open their cars without a key. the construction firm galliford try has rejected a bid by bovis prison officers say the scheme needs to buy its home—building business. bovis offered £950 million monitoring to ensure the public are kept safe. we will be getting the but galliford said it wasn't enough. business use including an increase bad news for the city of london in car thefts. first of all our as a leading financial centre. headline stomach alastair campbell — tony blair's former communications chief —
has been expelled from the labour party, after voting for the liberal democrats a new survey says that the city has in the european elections. lost out to new york. the reason is the tory leadership candidate jeremy hunt has warned a no—deal brexit. a study by a consultancy who brexit will be "political suicide" for his party. an equality watchdog launches a formal investigation into the labour party over surveyed investment managers came up with this finding and most of them allegations of antisemitism. said new york is number one. here's your business headlines on afternoon live... new protection has come info effect michelle fleury is at to help people who've been the new york stock exchange. tricked into transferring wall street must be rubbing its money to fraudsters. more than 80,000 bank customers lost hands over this surely. you would money this way last year. think so given that this is a battle between these two cities that has a new banking code means more gone back decades. in recent history of us will be covered if we are conned out of our cash — london has come out on top as the but not all banks have signed up to the new scheme. world's financial capital. it is a insurance pay—outs for stolen cars title that on the surface doesn't have hit their highest mean much but the bragging rights level for seven years. insurers say it's because thieves that go with it it means so much. are finding ways to exploit technology, that allows owners open their cars without a key. 2007 the mayor of new york agreeing more in a moment. the construction firm galliford try
with the report button line in york has rejected a bid by bovis did more to emulate london it would to buy its home—building business. be relegated to a regional player. bovis offered £950 miilion — that was the horror, the of that. why this matters, 1 millionjobs in but gallfiford said it wasnt enough. the centre of london in the financial industry and across the let's talk about that increased in country 7% of gdp. there is more car theft. it is a paradox because the technology, it makes cars in a than just the naming sense more vulnerable to being country 7% of gdp. there is more thanjust the naming rights if you stolen. this is what is being found. like at stake. has new york been the association of british insurers actively trying to take advantage of said that they paid out £108 million london's discomfiture during brexit? in the first three months of the yearin in the first three months of the year in car theft alone. a lot of they certainly will not be that because the thieves are finding out how to basically hack these very displeased necessarily at the developments. it is more driven by sophisticated systems. but it is not the uncertainty that many of the just these very sophisticated cars that are at risk, anger is like my banks, because they are global in own and that barely start in the nature, are trying to figure out first place are also at risk. the what to do with their business and all of this uncertainty has meant figures were cut out up 50% in the that even though brexit is last five years alone stop lights of unresolved they are going ahead and
the thieves wouldn't have much luck making plans and you are starting to with your car and the public and been started? they could probably see this diversification away. the put a fiver on it and stick it to survey was done between march and april so at the height of the debate white. over what was going to happen with malcolm tarling is from the association of british insurers. brexit. we did not know the does it mean having one of these extension is going to be there and sophisticated keyless cards mean you you can imagine people's concern are more of a target? i think you are more of a target? i think you are because a lot of these cars will about what was happening feeding into the survey results. where it be high value vehicles on top of the range vehicles that regardless of whether they are keyless or not will gets interesting is five years down the line and you have financial always be high on shopping lists. centres like hong kong and dublin doing a lot better. this idea of our manufacturer is doing enough to make the very top end keyless cars globalisation, of people thinking if we have to hedge our bets may we safer? car security has come on leaps and bounds in the last decade operate out of numerous centres rather than relying on one core and car manufacturers are acutely aware that they need to do all they capital centre to define the industry. thank you. can and try and keep pace with and if possible keep one step ahead of car thieves, because as car security becomes ever car thieves, because as car security becomes ever more car thieves, because as car security becomes ever more sophisticated, thieves are getting smarter and they it is looking pretty good for the know what to target. it's not just a question of targeting keyless cars, they will target old bangers out ftse.
investors still trying to make sense of what's happening with brexit there as well which means that this after the european elections. problem hasn'tjust galliford try has seen its shares there as well which means that this problem hasn't just crept there as well which means that this problem hasn'tjust crept up on us, we problem hasn'tjust crept up on us, we have seen a rise in car crime rise after it turned down a deal to sell its house—building over the last four or five years. division to bovis. that's all the business news. last year alone it was up 9%. you are paying out more cash, is that hundreds more prisoners in england and wales will be allowed to leave jail for a day or overnight being passed on to people paying to work, undertake training or look after their children. their premiums? the ironic thing it's part of a government strategy about this is despite the rise in car theft and increases in the cost to rehabilitate offenders of vehicles, the average premium that people are paying is around and boost theirjob prospects. £466. believe it or not it is the the changes will apply mainly to female prisoners and those in open prisons. lowest price for the last couple of here's our home affairs years. that is down to two reasons. firstly competition, it is a very correspondent, danny shaw. competitive market out there. people continue to shop around for the best deal. secondly we think a number of insurers are passing on what they he's the convicted killer expect to see as cost benefits when who murdered a man on day release from prison. some new legislation to reform in 2013, ian mcloughlin stabbed to death 66—year—old graham buck, personal injury compensation comes from hertfordshire. into place at the end of this year the case prompted the government to tighten rules on the temporary and beginning of next so it is a bit release of inmates. the number let out fell by almost ofa and beginning of next so it is a bit of a mixed picture out there but one
a third in five years. but the restrictions are now thing is certain, car crime is on the rise. we have seen an unwelcome being eased after research showed prisoners were less likely to reoffend if they had experience renaissance in it in the last few working outsidejail. years and we need to tackle it over the manufacturer level and at driver the new release—on—temporary—licence measures were introduced this month. they allow prisoners to do paid work level as well. how do you keep your in the community immediately after a risk assessment. car safe ? they'll be allowed to stay overnight, away from prison, level as well. how do you keep your car safe? three bits of advice for earlier in their sentence. anyone with car out there. don't the changes apply mainly to those in women's prisons and open jails, parkit anyone with car out there. don't park it in a dog poorly lit area at which hold men assessed as posing night because the one thing car less of a threat. thieves love more than anything is we know that, actually, having a job, having somewhere to live, working and disturbed. try and keep having enough money and having it parked in a well lit area. keep family ties are really crucial parts of resettling people keys and other devices away from as they come out of prison and, doors and windows where they could ultimately, reducing reoffending. easily be hacked. also if you have a and day release plays a really important part of that. keyless card invest in one of the we should not underestimate how difficult it is for people in the transition from prison back security locking pouches which are very inexpensive and you can pick into the community. them up online and they will thwart it's thought the new rules will lead them up online and they will thwart to several hundred more prisoners the efforts of those sophisticated criminals that are targeting keyless being freed temporarily every year. but prison officers say there aren't cards. thank you forjoining us. enough resources to monitor them. somebody was telling me keep your
key ina danny shaw, bbc news. somebody was telling me keep your key in a biscuit tin and then they can to make it work but i don't know if that is true or not stop power time for a look at the weather. the markets. they are doing quite well but i am told we don't have time for them. go one, give us a a bit of everything coming our way clue! they are on the up stoplight through the rest of this week. some that will do. that's have a look at warm weather for some of us and wet the weather. here is ben rich. some weather for others. today is fairly familiar, sunshine and showers. warm and wet weather in the forecast. particularly towards the end of this week. those details on showers looking quite threatening in the way. we start with the rest of north yorkshire. scherer affecting today which is a story of sunny central and eastern parts of uk and spells and showers. shower clouds have been developing across eastern drifting. some of them heavy, some parts of the uk particularly pushing of them thundering through the southwards on north or north second half of this afternoon. not westerly breeze. some showers as many showers further west. the through what is left of the afternoon will be quite heavy and wind coming down from the north are possibly thundery. the best of the dry and bright weather further west. the northwest. that is a cool wind this wind coming down from the north direction so temperatures 9 degrees or north—west, it doesn't feel in newcastle by 6pm. this evening particularly one. 18 across parts of the south in the first part of the the showers continue for a while and evening. nine or 10% coast eastern they will fade and we have a zone of scotla nd evening. nine or 10% coast eastern scotland and north—east england. this evening and tonight showers
clearer skies to drift across the continue for a while across eastern british isles although there will be areas. they will fade away. dry some showers across the north of weather. clear spells. some scotland. temperatures will dip away areas. they will fade away. dry weather. clearspells. some rain flirting with the far north of particularly across scotland. towns scotland. where we have those grey and cities could get down to skies and temperatures across scotla nd freezing in the countryside. it will skies and temperatures across scotland could get close to praising. there could be a touch of frost for some. not as chilly be clouding over and jailing towards the south—west. here things tomorrow we will see outbreaks of will be clouding over. outbreaks of rain especially across the rain across the south—west of south—west and northern ireland and england, wales, northern ireland, eventually northern england, the the midlands and southern scotland. midlands infar further east a bright start but it eventually northern england, the midlands in far south of scotland. ahead of that things tend to cloud will collide over. northern scotland over through the day but seeing the best of the sunshine with predominantly dry. northern areas just a few showers. warm and humid getting sunshine. the odd shower. towards the south and west because critical deal here. further south it turns increasingly warm and humid. behind these frontal systems moving north—east words we will see warmer into thursday frontal systems will airand we will start still wriggle around across the north—east words we will see warmer air and we will start to tap into that as we head towards the end of north bringing some outbreaks of rain. to the south of those, we get the week. to the north of the weather fronts, some really warm and rather humid the week. to the north of the weatherfronts, northern the week. to the north of the weather fronts, northern scotland staying with something cooler. we air. that will make for some quite should see some brightness at times cloudy and murky conditions on during thursday. for central and thursday. so much of rain and drizzle for some western coasts and southern parts of scotland outbreaks hills. more general rain across
of rain. to the south, pretty warm northern ireland and the good part of scotla nd and humid with a fair amount of northern ireland and the good part of scotland as this weather front sits in place. to the north fairly cloud and some sunny spells but cool temperatures up to 21 or 22. as we sits in place. to the north fairly cool. to the south warm and humid. head into the weekend it could get 21 or 23. look what happens into the weekend. some even warmer air. we up head into the weekend it could get up to 27 degrees in parts of the could get 27. may be higher in the south—east. not as one across the north west because we will continue south. always cooler further north to see outbreaks of rain. a lot of and west where we see cloud and outbreaks of rain. over the next rain totting up over the hills of three days into the weekend, we western scotland. soggy in glasgow could see quite a lot of rain across as we look at friday into the western scotland. soggy in glasgow into friday and saturday. generally weekend. further south we see drier rather cool across the north—west. further south and east we see some weather and some spells of sunshine spells of sunshine and this and temperatures are easily getting temperature is perhaps up to 26 27. up and temperatures are easily getting up to 26 or 27. the rest of this 00:59:42,428 --> 4294966103:13:29,430 week the prospects are pretty mixed.
hello, you're watching afternoon live. today at 4... theresa may travels to brussels for a summit to start choosing new eu leaders — whilst her own party remains in turmoil over brexit. jeremy hunt, one of the 10 contenders for the tory leadership — says pursuing a no—deal brexit would be political suicide for his party. the only way you can get over parliament blocking a no—deal exit is to change parliament. that would bea is to change parliament. that would be a general election. that would be catastrophic. alastair campbell — tony blair's former communications chief — is expelled from the labour party — after voting for the liberal democrats in the european elections. the equality and human rights commission launches a formal investigation into the labour party over claims of anti—semitism. the london bridge inquests hear new details about how one of the attackers became radicalised.
coming up on afternoon live all the sport, with hugh ferris. you will have details on the forthcoming europa league final? yes, the arsenal manager may have been followed by not that many from london, but he says that he will play that game tomorrow for their fans, wherever they are. more from the boss later. ben rich has all the weather. a lot going on with the weather over the next few days. sunshine and showers for us once again this afternoon, as we head towards the end of the week, warm weather for some, wet weather for others. end of the week, warm weather for some, wet weatherfor others. all the details coming up. hello and welcome to afternoon live. the two main westminster parties are in turmoil over brexit in the wake of poor performances
at the european elections. both parties are grappling with how to break the deadlock and win back disaffected voters. this afternoon, theresa may is in brussels — where eu leaders are also grappling with the impact of the european elections on their plans. back at home, the race is on to replace her, with ten conservative leadership candidates declared so far. the housing minister kit malthouse joined the fray this morning. as for labour — its leader jeremy corbyn is coming under pressure to give stronger backing to another referendum. the party has expelled its former communications chief alastair campbell, who admitted voting liberal democrat last week. but the leader of the unite union, len mcluskey, has suggested the move towards another referendum is an over—reaction by the labour leadership. our political correspondent jonathan blake reports. cheering celebration for the party
that wants us out as soon as possible, and one that wants to keep us in. but the mood is much gloomier for the tories and labour, searching for a solution to the brexit stalemate. one conservative leadership candidate is trying to set himself apart, arguing against leaving the eu without a deal. if we guarantee a date by when we will leave the european union, we are running the risk that when parliament then tries to block a no—deal exit, as i think it would, you are then committed to a general election. the only way you can get over parliament blocking a no—deal exit is to change parliament, and that would be a general election. that would be catastrophic. good morning, good morning. he sees it differently, saying we should leave by the deadline regardless. other senior tories yet to say if they willjoin the race feel the same. i'm just getting on with myjob today, thanks. one who is standing is keeping any big ideas to himself — for now. brexit is clearly going to be one
of the big issues that has to be addressed properly and every candidate has to come forward with a credible plan, so i will have much more to say on that in the coming days. thank you very much. which way to turn on brexit is the question all ten people who now want to be prime minister will have to answer, sooner or later. whatever you think about no deal, it's pretty obvious the eu may choose no deal on our behalf. so my view is we have to do everything we can to be ready for that point, so that we can take the option, if required. this crowded field of candidates have to first convince tory mps they have a credible plan for brexit, but it's conservative party members who will make the final choice, and many of them favour leaving with no deal, if need be. it's notjust the tories, though, that are trying to find their way. after disastrous european election results, labour, too, are under pressure to revise and rethink their plan. parliament has failed and we need the people to decide. and we are saying that that's what our members have told us and that is the message that the vast majority of labour supporters up and down
the country in these elections, i think, have told us in the elections this week and also the local elections a month ago. one ally ofjeremy corbyn it said he should resist. throwing a party weight behind calls for another public vote. my message today is for people to calm down and don't be spooked by these elections. the only thing that these elections showed is that we have a divided nation and it is time to reflect on how we get the labour party policy over. some in labourfear backing another referendum would cost the party votes and jeremy corbyn says he is listening to all sides. for voters trying to do the same, their message might be far from clear. jonathan blake, bbc news, westminster. let's get more on this from our political correspondent nick eardley, who's in westminster for us. one of the most startling of elements today is that expulsion from the labour party of alistair campbell, who was such a pivotal