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hostile environment: how immigrants becami is capegoats. hostile environment: how immigrants becami is that goats. hostile environment: how immigrants becami is that pushes questioning what it is that pushes people to make these incredibly before the trial, the judge questioned why he was being prosecuted when there hadn‘t been prosecutions in other similar cases. dangerous journeys and one of the aidanjames wrote about his friend reasons is the lack of safe and and fellow british fighter jack holmes and another briton, legal routes to move around europe oliver hall, who were both killed. for the rest of the world. we don't hello, you're watching know the specifics of the people... his lawyers argue the britons afternoon live — i'm simon mccoy. were fighting on the same today at 2pm... side as the us military the 39 dead stowaways when you say the lack of a safe and found in essex. as investigations continue legal route, if a route is not here and in belgium, and british special forces. it's emerged the victims were all chinese nationals. legal, the point is you are not overhead, the raf are supposed to make it. but if we think critics say more needs to be done, about the uk and talk about carrying out air strikes. to stop traffickers. something like asylum, and we don't with the recent american pull—out, the kurdish fighters the britons there is simply not enough being know what these people's backgrounds supported have faced a new offensive done in terms of security, in terms we re know what these people's backgrounds were and why they were moving but if of the protections of by turkish troops. you think about asylum, for most vehicles across europe. aidanjames returned home in 2018 people, you have to be in the uk to we need to be working far more and became the first anti—is with the europeans but, you claim asylum, you can't do it from know, there lies an issue fighter to face trial, outside of the uk, there is no visa in terms of brexit. route for people to claim asylum, so not for going up against a sharp rise in knife crime — islamic state forces record numbers of people found it is very difficult for people to but because of the camps he went carrying weapons get to the destination they want and in england and wales. one of the main reasons people want to to learn the lessons of warfare. 16 people are sentenced to death to come to a country like the uk, it for the murder of the bangladeshi is not only a better standard of student who accused her teacher of sexual harassment. living, but they might have family here and we have big issues with ahead of its meeting in an hour's lack of family reunification, they time, reports of divisions in the cabinet are played down over might have historical ties, they you‘re watching afternoon live, might have historical ties, they these are our headlines... might speak the language and we are
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the best way forward on brexit. essex police are given an extra 24 seeing incredibly desperate people hours to question the driver coming up on afternoon live, trying all kinds of ways to get of a lorry in which 39 people across borders and reach safety and were found dead yesterday. the stowaways are all all the sport with holly hamilton. make a life for themselves that is believed to be chinese. worth living. the irony of course a british man who fought with kurdish militia against the islamic state group has good afternoon, yes, eddiejones has been convicted of a terrorism here is that the tougher you make it been ringing the changes ahead of for them to make this sort of offence following a retrial. aidanjames was cleared though of attending a terrorist england's rugby world cup crunch hazardous journey, the tighter you training camp in syria. put the controls on, the greater the the number of people found carrying clash with new zealand this weekend. risk they are going to have to take. knives in england and wales has risen to its highest level george ford is back in the starting yes, and! since records began ten years ago. line—up, i will have more details at risk they are going to have to take. yes, and i think it does also push police and prosecutors dealt them into the arms of smugglers and with more than fourteen—thousand 2:30pm. and darren bett has the weather. offences in the 12 months this is one of the issues. if you to the end ofjune. we have got some rain today, heavy look in the mediterranean, what is happening there, we don't hear as rain to eastern parts of england. much about that as we did in the in sport, a blow for wales at the there is more rain in the forecast summer of 2015, but what happened for tomorrow and saturday and this rugby world cup, full—back liam time, further west and all of us by there was there was a big reduction williams has been ruled out of the second half of the weekend will in search and rescue operations in sunday‘s semifinal against south be feeling a little bit chillier. africa after suffering with an ankle the mediterranean from the eu. so thanks, darren. also coming up — they are still coming but we just injury. read all about it... don't know about it. approximately coldplay take an unconventional route to announce the track—listing sian massey ellis will become the for their upcoming album, placing an advert in local 1078 people have died this year newspapers around the world. alone trying to make that crossing. so all of the solutions are first women‘s official to officiate a champions league fixture tonight. incredibly complex and lots of and conor mcgregor has announced he things need to change but from a starting point of saying the will return to ufc on the 18th of starting point of saying the starting point of saying the january next year in las vegas, starting point needs to be not treating people as if they are a despite announcing his retirement
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problem or a threat and recognising from mixed martial arts earlier this that we need to make safe and legal year. i will be back with more at hello, this is afternoon live routes for people to move because with simon mccoy. they are going to move anyway. your police have released more details for 30 pm. about the 39 people found the number of people found carrying dead in a refrigerated lorry in essex. book, how immigrants became knives in england and wales they are all believed to have scapegoats, the language is has risen to a record level. been chinese nationals, the latest figures also show interesting because you describe a and they include eight that the proportion of repeat women and 31 men. lorry load of migrants, it has a offenders has reached a new high. the driver of the lorry, different feel from a lorry load of our news correspondent danny shaw mo robinson, has been arrested explained earlier that human beings. i think that is on suspicion of murder, 29% of offenders who are cautioned and is being questioned. officers in northern ireland have something to highlight. there have or sentenced have done it before. been a lot of warm words from raided three houses — people who are being and the national crime agency said politicians, as there was when the caught and sentenced, it was trying to identify it‘s not working in many, organised crime networks picture of the three—year—old syrian which may have been involved. many thousands of cases essex police say the case is the largest murder investigation because the figures now show that in its history. refugee washed up on the kurdish 29% of those who are cautioned john kay reports. beach, lots of warm words but little policy change and lots of warm words or convicted for possessing a knife remembering 39 strangers. from politicians who talk about or other weapon have immigrants and asylum seekers and in fact done it before, people living near the scene have refugees as swarms, as floods, as a they have been sentenced before. and that figure has been been reflecting upon the dozens steadily increasing, legals and i think there is a of chinese nationals, so that‘s a real concern. found dead, just after they arrived in britain. in terms of what happens to people, connection between the well, increasing proportions dehumanisation in terms of the of them do go to prison. language we use, not talking about their desperation shows people as human beings and have a that this society we live in policy become shaped in a way that doesn't really care about people's 38% of those who are is not right, somewhere. caught go to prison. humanity at all, so the language and the average prison sentence just think of the people that for adults is about eight months, were in the van, in the lorry, doesn't drive everything but it does that‘s an increasing proportion
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and trying to find a new life matter in terms of how we talk about on what it was before. and not succeeding, unfortunately. but, interestingly enough, people. very quickly, is that the despite new laws to toughen this whole regime up, only possible good thing that could come out of the tragedy, a horrible a third of repeat offenders are not the bulgarian—registered lorry being sentenced to prison. and refrigeration trailer have now incident like this, that it makes us think a bit more? i think there has been driven away from the quiet road despite the fact the government where the discovery was made. to be pressure put on politicians to introduced laws some years ago the police say, one by one, to ensure repeat offenders were sent change policy across europe as well the 39 bodies will be removed, as elsewhere. that is what we needed to custody in most cases, a third in private, and with dignity. are still not going to prison. when the picture of aylan kurdi was 31 men and eight women. front—page news all over the world. it didn't happen in the way we the start of what is likely to be a lengthy and complex needed it too, there were some identification process. changes but not the widespread changes but not the widespread changes we need and that is what we essex police are still a 16—year—old boy has been found —— why we are seeing people losing questioning the lorry driver, guilty of trying to murder another on suspicion of murder. their lives trying to cross borders. pupil ina guilty of trying to murder another pupil in a school corridor. his victim was stabbed in the shoulder very good to talk to you, thank you he has been named, locally, for coming in. in colwyn bay in february. the as 25—year—old mo robinson, from portadown in county armagh. defendant, 15 at the time, had a british man who fought denied the charge of attempted with a kurdish militia against the islamic state group has murder of the other boy. let‘s get been convicted of a terrorism three properties in northern ireland more from thomas morgan, what have have been searched by police. offence following a retrial. so, what do we know aidan james, from merseyside, we heard so far? about this week's incident? was found guilty of attending this happened in february in colwyn according to the belgian a place where terrorist training was given in iraq, namely a refugee authorities, the container arrived in the port of zeebrugge camp at which the proscribed pkk group was present. at around 2:30pm on tuesday. but he was cleared of attending bay, the teenager had been kicked a terrorist training camp in syria, which was run out of the class, he was 15 at the it left there later that afternoon, by the non—proscribed ypg militia. time. he had said to another pupil heading across the channel. that he wanted to stab the teacher it arrived in purfleet, and showed the girl a bottle of
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in essex, just after midnight aidan james set off and at 1:05am yesterday, whiskey in his bag. the teachers for syria in 2017. we re whiskey in his bag. the teachers the trailer was were told about this, searched his while hundreds of uk foreign collected by a lorry. bag and removed the whiskey but they fighters headed to the middle east didn‘t find the knife. the about half an hour later, to join so—called islamic state and a couple of miles away, forces, prosecutors have said the boy then ambulance staff discovered he was one of a much smaller walked behind the victim, who the bodies of 39 adults, band of british people happened to be a random person, on the other side. inside the container, on the waterglade industrial park. another random person in the school, he had no military experience news that the dead are all until he got to the region and missed his neck and stabbed him from china will bring back memories and attended training of another incident in the shoulder. he had admitted in nearly 20 years ago, camps run by two kurdish groups opposed to court that he had stabbed the boy when 58 chinese immigrants were found suffocated and pleaded guilty to wounding with inside a lorry in dover. islamic state. intent but denied attempted murder. it took months for some prosecutors said terrorist training the four—day trial ended today after of them to be identified. was being carried out since then, checks at our major ports have increased, at both camps and just by being thejury took there, aidanjames was breaking the four—day trial ended today after the jury took less than an hour to but critics say quieter ports, like purfleet, uk law. reach the unanimous guilty verdict he eventuallyjoined the front line can still be vulnerable. with the kurdish group the ypg, and whilst giving that decision, a western ally. judge rhys rowlands said that the there is simply not enough being done in terms of security, individual will be serving a long in terms of the protection of vehicles across europe. masa gifford was one of the other sentence for what has happened in we need to be working far british people involved in more with the europeans, the fight against islamic state north wales and that the individual but there lies an issue, and he met aidanjames. young men and women that that had been injured was lucky to in terms of brexit and how close joined isis went to join we can influence some of the things a death cult that was butchering that need to be done, the people of syria. only get minor non—life—threatening to try and stop these
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injuries. things from happening. young men and women thatjoined thank you very much. that is just one area that is now being considered. the ypg had compassion humberside police have charged a 25—year—old man with the rape police are stressing these and murder of the university student for the young yazidi libby squire. are very early days, girls trapped in slavery the 21—year old went missing the start of a long, and the young men and boys in february and her body was found complex, being shot in ditches. international investigation. this was about protecting people. in a river a month later. 25—year0old pawel relowicz, from months before he left the uk, aidanjames, hull, is due in court next week. who has mental health problems, our correspondent simonjones posted this message on facebook, 25—year—old pawel relowicz, from hull, is due in court next week. describing how he would bejoining nhs patients in england brothers in arms against what he joins us now from grays. are for the first time to be given full access to three drugs called the sick regime and ideology for cystic fibrosis. an agreement between nhs england just how long and how complex this and the drug company vertex investigation is going to be is will mean thousands of people can be of so—called islamist extremists. prescribed the medicines. beginning to emerge. the scottish government announced a similar agreement for one of the drugs — investigation is going to be is beginning to emergelj investigation is going to be is beginning to emerge. i think we are talking here about a case of months, orkambi — last month. he first headed to iraq and crossed potentially, as essex police are determined to get to the truth of researchers have found the border into syria. this was the people with long—term what happened. they are describing second time he had stood trial in health conditions, such as arthritis, are more likely to suffer pain on days this as the biggest murder the uk for terror offences. last investigation in the history of the when it‘s humid or windy. time, thejury the uk for terror offences. last scientists at the university force. they say also they want to time, the jury couldn't reach a of manchester used a smartphone app carry this out with respect for to track the pain experienced those who have lost their lives and verdict. by more than two—and—a—half thousand people across the uk — they also want to be in touch with last time, thejudge instructed while also mapping the local weather the jury to clear aidan james conditions. of the main terrorism jayne mccubbin reports. they also want to be in touch with the families of those who died, but charge he was facing. three years ago, bbc breakfast thatis before the trial, the judge the families of those who died, but that is going to be a lengthy questioned why he was being launched an ambitious process because, at the moment, we prosecuted when there hadn't been citizen science project,
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are told that the lorry was moved prosecutions in other similar cases. with the university of manchester, aidanjames wrote about his friend to find out if there was a link from here yesterday evening so that and fellow british fighter the process of removing the bodies jack holmes and another briton, between weather and pain. could take place at a nearby docks, we were asking people to track their symptoms, away from the media spotlight, to 0liver hall, who were both killed. using a smartphone app. preserve the dignity of those pretty much moderate pain, today. involved, but we are told, after the bbc programme, his lawyers argue the britons initially, the coroner has to were fighting on the same side we had 13,000 people join the study. determine the death of all 39 people as the us military and british special forces. that‘s amazing, isn‘t it? involved and it is only then that 0verhead, the raf are and the results are in. data from breakfast viewers has carrying out air strikes. the process of trying to identify with the recent proven there is a link between weather and pain, the process of trying to identify american pull—out, the people can actually begin. so we and exactly how that link works. the kurdish fighters the britons are talking about a lengthy period, supported have faced a new offensive the police are keen to stress at all but this didn‘t have by turkish troops. anything to do with rain. oh... stages, as they have been from the aidan james returned home start of this investigation, that it isn't going to be quick, it's not what is it to do with, then? in 2018 and became the first going to be easy and it involves well, we found that pain very much an international element, is associated with high humidity too. simon, thank you very much. anti—is fighter to face trial, and pain can also be higher not for going up if there were strong winds against islamic state forces and if the pressure was low. so it‘s all about the pressure? simonjones they're reporting with but because of the latest from greys. the camps he went to that‘s right, it‘s about those three things. as you've been hearing, to learn the lessons of warfare. high humidity, strong winds the trailer arrived in purfleet on the river thames from zeebrugge and low pressure. in belgium, from where we can talk but, basically, the old wives‘ to our correspondent anna holligan. june kelly is at the old bailey. tales, that weather links to pain is absolutely true. what do we know about what happened in court in the last we found an association
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with thousands of our participants, that‘s right. investigations? because what is half an hour? it was a very some are more equipped to deal emotional half an hour in court. the crucial is when these now victims jury, when they came in with their with the cold than others, got into the van and whether that verdicts, they also gave the judge a but surprisingly, the study showed happened in belgium? precisely and note and after reading the node, the temperature was not a key factor judge told the court you have a thatis happened in belgium? precisely and when it came to pain — pressure was. that is one of the focus is for the certain degree of sympathy with mr dry days were least prosecutors here in zeebrugge. they james' motives and some of the jury likely to be painful. humid, damp, windy days most are looking at three key questions. we re james' motives and some of the jury were nodding their head as the judge likely to be painful. first of all, where did this was reading that ad. also, thejudge container started its journey? what increasing your chance said that is a matter for me we re container started its journey? what of arthritic pain by 20%. were its movements inside belgium? was reading that ad. also, thejudge said that is a matterfor me in sentencing and aidan james in other words, where they are able said that is a matterfor me in sentencing and aidanjames is going do you ever suffer to be sentenced on november the 7th from aches and pains? and he said i am very much aware of yeah, i do, yeah, from time to time. to board this container here? and what you say what you do. so the can anybody here tell when the weather‘s going to change thirdly, how were they able to because they can feel it judge was conceding that this was a travel across the sea in a container in theirjoints? very unusual prosecution and i normally feel it in my water. undetected, to the uk? we have been conviction. it was very emotional is it worse in particular weather? and caught in that aidanjames just speaking to the harbour master here slumped in the door, he started to um, yes. and in terms of port security, when well, i think my mum used the lorries arrive at this port, cry, his mother, tracey 0'connor, in to say things like that. did she? the public gallery, was also in she could feel what the day they are filmed and the driver is tea rs the public gallery, was also in tears and was shouting down to him, was going to be like by her bones. identified. if they have a canvas "don't give up, i love you," and he you can tell her she is top, they are checked with c02 scientifically correct. well... goes back now to belmarsh top detectors to check for any signs of oh... security jail while he goes back now to belmarsh top securityjail while he awaits breathing inside, but if there are sentencing. is a highly significant case because this young man becomes well done, mum. trailers, if the containers are what, until now, has been seen as folklore,
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the first person who went out and is now, in fact, fact. sealed, so in other words, a fought against islamic state to have refrigerated container, for example, a terror conviction and the question next science stop? then those checks wouldn't be now, of course, is what does that possibly the weather pain forecast, conducted if there was no sign that mean for other young men who went the seal had been tampered with. the coming to a screen near you... ow! out and fought against and there have been women from this country as local mayo in zeebrugge has been talking and said that 4,000 well. no doubt, they will be looking ..soon. at this and deciding how to proceed containers make this rather windy the royal british legion has voyage every day between here in in other cases but aidanjames, launched its annual poppy appeal. while he was convicted of one the actor ross kemp was among charge, he was cleared of another the celebrities helping to launch zeebrugge to the uk —— the local terror charge and at a previous this year‘s fundraising — alongside veterans and volunteers. mayor has been speaking. every day, 40,000 poppy sellers will be trial, thejudge had cleared him of the main terror charge he was collecting for the charity across the uk in the run—up now magda linette on average, they facing, so the cps will be looking at all of this before they decide detect about 50 migrants trying to make this often perilous journey —— how to proceed in other cases. to armistice day. at all of this before they decide how to proceed in other casesm at all of this before they decide how to proceed in other cases. it is interesting, you talk about other every day, on average. he said this a political cabinet has just cases, and there are others, as we recent upsurge was down to brexit, know, but from what you are finished at number ten. on the table for borisjohnson? saying lots of people were seeing suggesting, a clear sign that the this as one of their last chances to judge may show some leniency at get into the uk before the border sentencing in november. that's whether the conservatives can, or even want, to hold a general controls might get a slightly right, because he certainly, at the election this december. let‘s speak now to our chief tighter, so it is not a surprise political correspondent vicki young, previous trial, he had knocked out who‘s in westminster. that migrants were using this port to try to reach the uk. what is a of the main terror charge and in pre—trial argument, which we can now we are all dying to know what surprise, perhaps, is their report, he had questioned why this happened during that meeting? we nationality. 0ne belgian police prosecution was going ahead when don‘t know yet, we will find out
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officer who patrols the roads here other people who have been out there quite soon, but clearly there is a and had returned to the uk had not says this was the first time he had difference of opinion within the been prosecuted, so the whole mood conservative party about whether ever heard about chinese nationals they should continue to try and get of the court was one of sympathy. we trying to make this crossing from got that very much from the jury that withdrawal bill through parliament. it reached through its with this note that they sent in belgium. anna, thank you very much when they brought in their verdict first stage, it will need to go a and with also the whole tenor of the lot further. whether they do that or in zeebrugge. decide to go for a general election. joining me now is satbir judge's remarks, so it will be very singh, who is the chief executive of the joint council interesting to see what sentence on the way into cabinet, the for the welfare of immigrants. aidan james is given northern ireland secretary julian smith made it very clear what he interesting to see what sentence aidanjames is given on november the 7th. of aidanjames is given on november the 7th. of course, he has been in thinks should happen. imean, the i mean, the scale of this, the shock custody now for almost two years. smith made it very clear what he thinks should happenlj smith made it very clear what he thinks should happen. i think we of this and the use of the word need to get this done, let's see how 7th. of course, he has been in custody now for almost two yearsm is interesting, because when we talk migrants, we are talking about things go this afternoon, let's just about terror trials, you have an people, about human beings here. we get brexit sorted and get this bill image of the severity of the case like that but the sense of this over the line. there are obviously are, we are talking about people feels very different. it absolutely different views but, you know, we who, wherever they came from, should make sure we try to get believed somewhere deep down that does and, of course, we have they were on their way perhaps to a reported and spoken to you many everybody on board and get things times from the old bailey when through. obviously, northern people who have gone out and fought ireland, we have been trying to better life. they had some sort of with islamic state have been avoid no deal, we seem to have hope or dream and all of those succeeded with that. let's try and convicted and, obviously, there is a people have been snuffed out. not com plete convicted and, obviously, there is a complete understanding why those get this stage done but, obviously, one of them will come back and it is people are brought to court and a tragedy before anything else, it differing views. yes, obviously charged and convicted, but in this isa human differing views. yes, obviously differing views. yes, obviously a tragedy before anything else, it case, there have been a lot of differing views. i‘ve spoken to is a human tragedy. as anna was several other conservatives, they questions about this prosecution. we re several other conservatives, they were having a meeting, the so called also, this young man does have saying, some surprise that we are mental health problems and he went one nation conservatives. they are
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talking about chinese nationals straight from a mental health unit very against the idea of a general election and also think what the here, purely because of the government should do is to pursue from merseyside out into the front increased difficulty they must have line on syria, so he has enormous faced to get even as far as getting the bill through parliament, health difficulties as well and that zeebrugge. yes, and i mean, itjust getting the bill through parliament, really is all part of his story. but getting brexit done but with a deal. it has been a very interesting case let‘s wait and see what happens but points to, and again, we don't know and after the first, the jury in the in the meantime, let‘s talk to the all the details and it will probably snp's in the meantime, let‘s talk to the snp‘s tommy sheppard. we don‘t know be some time before we do, but it first trial couldn't reach a does point to what desperation those verdict, obviously we have had a exactly what is going on but if it is the case that borisjohnson has people must have faced, because to second trial and it will be very interesting to see which way the get into the back of a lorry and decided to table a motion for a jury interesting to see which way the jury went. 0bviously they have general election today or for a vote then to travel such a long distance, convicted him on one charge but they however they travelled here, on monday, what with the snp do in are saying they have sympathy with overland, it seems, points to an aidan james' motives in that circumstances? if we are absolutely secure that the european enormous degree of desperation and are saying they have sympathy with aidanjames‘ motives in going out union has granted the extension to thatis and fighting against is. fascinating enormous degree of desperation and that is in part because there are no case. june kelly, thank you very the 31st of january safe routes for them to make that union has granted the extension to the 31st ofjanuary and a no deal is journey, there is no legal way to much. you're watching afternoon live, firmly off the agenda, we believe we must go forward and have a general make that journey journey, there is no legal way to make thatjourney here, if indeed they were coming here to settle or these are our headlines... election at the earliest possible opportunity. we would want to have to seek asylum or to flee from essex police are given an extra 24 it, we are ready for a general persecution. what we do know is that hours to question the driver election and i think the country of a lorry in which 39 people china, over the last year or so, has were found dead yesterday. needs a general election, this the stowaways are all parliament needs a reshuffle in believed to be chinese. been involved in a prolonged a british man who fought order to progress the brexit with kurdish militia against the islamic state group has crackdown on minorities and dissidents, so there are any number programme. someone said earlier the been convicted of a terrorism of reasons why they must have lead offence following a retrial. snp should be mindful of what aidanjames was cleared though but they must have been incredibly of attending a terrorist happened in 1979, where you allowed desperate to do what they did. -- training camp in syria. the number of people found carrying an election to happen, margaret knives in england and wales thatcher came in for very many years
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have fled. how confident are you has risen to its highest level and they say you might be facilitating the same thing by that the perpetrators, those behind—the—scenes who have made since records began ten years ago. allowing boris johnson money out of this one way or the facilitating the same thing by allowing borisjohnson may be to come back with a majority. does that and other, will ever get caught?m since records began ten years ago. in sport, englai mean we should be voting to keep a money out of this one way or the changes other, will ever get caught? it is right that there is an ongoing and in sport, england ring the changes ahead of their crunch clash with new zealand on saturday. george minority conservative government in criminal investigation and i hope the essex police, who have been ford is back in the starting power, then? that seems to me to be doing a very difficultjob in what line—up, he returns at fly half with an absurd position and if we are must be incredibly difficult henry slade dropping to the bench. being criticised by labour sources circumstances for them, i hope they for that, that is very sad. we want liverpool women will play at anfield are able to get to the bottom of a general election in order to get this. i know there are information for the first time next month. they rid of borisjohnson, in order to lines to call if people have any are the latest wsl side to play a stop brexit and give people in scotland the opportunity to choose fixture at their men's ground. and information both in the uk and an alternative to what has been conor mcgregor has announced he will internationally. i hope the smuggler happening in the uk.” or the trafficker or whoever is make his return to ufc on the 18th an alternative to what has been happening in the uk. i know this is speculation of course, but if it got involved in this is brought to of january next year in las vegas, to the position wherejeremy corbyn justice but i also hope that we see was needing support in another hung some real soul—searching and despite announcing his retirement parliament, what would you demand of from mma earlier this year. i will reflection about the systemic failures that means this keeps be back with more on those stories him in return for your support? we happening, because it does keep at 3:30pm. have been quite clear, we wouldn't happening. we had that huge tragedy the number of people found carrying wa nt have been quite clear, we wouldn't want to be part of any coalition 20 years ago but we do see knives in england and wales arrangement but, of course, we would increasing numbers of people very has risen to a record level. the latest figures also show wa nt arrangement but, of course, we would want to see the emergence of a desperate to use unconventional non—tory government in the united methods to move across borders in that the proportion of repeat kingdom, so that means we would the absence of any legal or safe support a minority labour government offenders has reached a new high. route for them to do it. we have 0ur news correspondent danny savage in some circumstances, but not at explained earlier that any price. we would want agreement been here before, as you are clearly 0ur news correspondent danny shaw ona explained earlier that any price. we would want agreement on a range of policy issues but, stating, but there is a balance, 29% of offenders who are cautioned most importantly, we would want that
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people will argue, between stopping or sentenced have done it before. government to respect any decision every truck coming into this country people who are being caught and by the scottish parliament, should or indeed entering europe at any they decide to consult people in sentenced, it is not working in point and working on the basis of scotland on their future method of many, thousands of cases because the intelligence. i mean, what do you figures now show that 29% of those government. have you had any indication from labour they would be say to those who say we should be willing to go along with that? that stopping every lorry and spending a who are cautioned or convicted for is above my pay grade, i haven't good hour or so examining its possessing a knife or other weapon been involved in any talks. there is have in fact done it before. co nte nts ? i good hour or so examining its contents? i mean, it can't be done, nothing you could describe as talks can it? i'm not an expert in the or negotiations ongoing and i think it would be very previous to try and have them. i think we need to get logistics of haulage and transportation of goods and services on, have the election, see what across borders, but i imagine that cards the electorate deal us and we can talk if there is not a majority isa across borders, but i imagine that is a massive undertaking, to commit to doing that. i think what we need government for one side or the to doing that. i think what we need to doing that. i think what we need other. tommy sheppard, thank you to do in addition to hunting for the very much indeed for the view from perpetrators in this case is really the snp. i understand from some dup think about why people are making these journeys and what we can do to sources, if it came to it, they make sure they are doing it safely, would be willing to back a general despite new laws to toughen this so they are not climbing into the election although no final, formal whole regime up, a third of repeat back of trucks, so they are not decision has been made. thank you offenders are not being sentenced to very much, vicki young in being smuggled or preyed on by prison, despite the fact that the westminster. some breaking news on someone who is in the business of government introduced laws some exploitation. do you sense a change yea rs government introduced laws some the main story, the discovery of 39 years ago to ensure that repeat offenders were sent to custody in bodies in the refrigerated lorry in of attitude to migrants, to those who are trying to get into this most cases, a third are still not essex yesterday. we are just going to prison. hearing, this has come from the country? every time we do a story
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like this, it does at least, if this hour, borisjohnson is holding irish broadcaster rte, that a there is any positive to come out of company based in dublin has a political cabinet. this, it does highlight what is confirmed it owns the refrigerated 0n the table — trailer in which the 39 people were going on in these people's own whether the conservatives can, or even want, found dead. the company is called countries and why they face such a to hold a general desperate move. i like to think that election this december. it's a pretty grey and miserable day global trailer rental and has told there is a change in attitudes. i today, whether mps like the idea of going out campaigning in weather rte the trailer was leased on the think most people would agree with worse than this is debatable. 15th of october from its yard in me that they don't want to see a although we all know they don't. cou nty 15th of october from its yard in county monaghan in ireland. the firm single person die in a situation with the brexit deadline of october like this and it reallyjust brings 31st exactly a week away, contacted essex police and gave home, at the end of the day, that both the conservatives and labour are facing divisions information about the person who about the way forward. leased the trailer and said the these people are human beings and downing street has dismissed reports of differences company‘s directors were of opinion within the cabinet. shell—shocked at the news that the faced with that kind of awful choice borisjohnson has said he'll seek trailer had been used in such a way. of stay where you are and face a snap general election if the eu ina trailer had been used in such a way. in a statement, they also said it hardship and poverty and death, but decides on an extension was entirely unaware that the to the timetable untiljanuary. trailer was to be used in the manner also potentially face hardship and but some ministers want him to try and get his deal through parliament first. it appears to have been. the irish poverty and death in the process of minister forjustice charlie moving. that is of an impossible flanagan says he understands it is quite common for irish companies to choice to make and i think we need and if all that wasn't enough, to recognise that these are people register their trucking companies in the government are facing a serious other countries and said this is at the end of the day and if it backlash from politicians something that needs to looked at. wasn't simply for the postcode on the island of ireland. lottery by which you and i were born earlier today, the dup's westminster leader nigel dodds took the government to task. so we arejust in the right place at the right he said that the brexit deal something that needs to looked at. so we are just getting back from our time, this could have been us, one ireland correspondent emma vardy, a risked undoing the work company based in dublin has of these people could have been us of the belfast agreement. confirmed that it owns that trailer. andi of these people could have been us and i urge people to reflect on that and in the last hour, ireland's as they think and talk about 39 deputy prime minister has been any development on that story, of discussing the impact the bill would have on free trade course we will bring them to you. people who were human beings, at the between ireland, the uk and the eu.
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you are watching afternoon live end of the day. it is really good of take a listen. from bbc news. you tojoin us, thank you end of the day. it is really good of you to join us, thank you for your we cannot have a situation whereby time. thank you. a 10—year—old boy has been the uk decides to change its called a hero for helping the number of people found carrying to rescue his mother knives in england and wales after she was seriously injured has risen to a record level. on a mountain in argyll. regulatory model fundamentally, the latest figures also show diverges from eu standards and, at the boy climbed down a 100—metre that the proportion of repeat ravine to reach his mother who had offenders has reached the same time, trades into the eu a new high. fallen on ben cru—a—chan, our home affairs correspondent then used her phone to call for help. uninhibited. that is not reality, he stayed with her and kept talking i'm afraid. we have to protect our to her to prevent her danny shaw is here. losing consciousness until the emergency services arrived. oban mountain rescue said the boy this record high, what are we was a "brave lad who should get talking about? we are talking about market, our consumers, our businesses and if there is going to an award for his actions". be free trade, which i really hope i‘m joined now by ross lilley — the number of offences that are they will be because it is in he is the chairman dealt with by police and prosecutors of oban mountain rescue. ireland's interest and, in my view, in england and wales for people who are found to be carrying a knife. the uk's interests who, the level playing field will be a big part of well, it is quite a story. just and in the 12 months to the end of explain how they got into trouble in discussions on any future june, there were 14,205 offences. relationship discussion, which, the first place, it was a family hopefully, we can get to if we can that is up 6% on the same period the outing that sounds like almost a get the withdrawal agreement ratified and settled. tragedy. yes, it was a nice day, the year before and it is the highest let's speak now to our chief family were here on holiday in figure since 2009, when these political correspondent vicki young. statistics were first compiled. and borisjohnson is argyll and the hill beckons, it is a boris johnson is under borisjohnson is under pressure from all sides. i have said this to you nice hill to go up forfor a family that will be real concern. it obviously tallies with the figures many times before but speculation is we had last week from the crime rife here in westminster, partly outing. unfortunately, mistakes can
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figures, when we saw that knife because nothing is really happening happen, anyone knows with hill crime was up 7% from police forces at the moment as everyone sits and walking, events can turn otherwise waits and watches to see what the eu and in this case, the family found are going to do about granting that themselves in difficult terrain on across england and wales, but these themselves in difficult terrain on the way back down the hill. now, she are across england and wales, but these a re offences across england and wales, but these extension to article 50, delaying are offences that are detected by police and either prosecuted, brexit may be until the end of landed, i understand, resulting in someone going to court the way back down the hill. now, she landed, iunderstand, on the way back down the hill. now, she landed, i understand, on a ledge which actually had quite a large january, but boris johnson and been convicted, or receiving a brexit may be until the end of january, but borisjohnson has called a political cabinet this drop below and what her son decided afternoon, that is quite an unusual to do was to join her, basically. caution and a formal warning. that repeat offender statistic is thing. normally cabinet sits on a yes, i think obviously the shock of interesting and how much is tuesday and they attack the reflected in that increase? this is seeing his motherfall down the political cabinet on to that, so slope, you know, he wanted to take lots of mps speculating about a real concern, because 29% of all whether he might be about to say he action. he was obviously very those who are sentenced for has decided to try and go for a astute, are very aware boy and somehow he managed to get down to possessing weapons or knives have general election. we won't know what her which, fortunately, he did done it previously, done it before, comes out of that for a while and we because that helped expedite us so almost a third of them are repeat are not expecting the eu to confirm getting there and helping her. and, their plans until tomorrow but if offenders, so what that suggests is borisjohnson had crucially, he kept talking to her, their plans until tomorrow but if boris johnson had decided their plans until tomorrow but if borisjohnson had decided to go down that the sentence they've received the route of trying to get a general he kept her conscious. he did. when the first time around, whether it is election, one way to do it is to a caution, warning, imprisonment or bring a motion under the fixed—term we arrived, she was, despite many community order, hasn't worked parliaments act, that would require injuries, severe injuries, she was because they have done it again and two thirds of mps to back it. if conscious and able to speak to us that, i think, because they have done it again and that, ithink, is because they have done it again and that, i think, is a because they have done it again and that, ithink, is a real concern. they wanted to do that on monday, the government will say more people and that greatly helped her are being sent to prison for knife they wanted to do that on monday, they would have to table that today, condition and us to be able to treat so all eyes on what might come out them. just wondering, when you arrived at the scene, and you are of that but i have spoken to lots of possession, that is true, almost two faced with this young lad who
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out of five offenders get a conservative and labour mps today. i custodial sentence and the sentences wouldn't say there is an clearly probably responded better than most of us would, what you are longer than they used to be but overwhelming enthusiasm for a general election, notjust because thought of him? he had an amazing, the fact that it doesn't appear to it would be a very rare winter be working for so many, thousands of election and that is not something offenders, is a real worry. most people look forward to, one remarkable presence and was calm, be working for so many, thousands of offenders, is a realworry. it also suggests that things are happening tory mp saying we will be queueing on the streets that perhaps we don't collected. he was able to give us a up tory mp saying we will be queueing up on the doorsteps with the carol lot more information when we were fully understand, how frightened singers and other speculating that some people are. some people are you have to close down schools and there, he wasn‘t panicking at all frightened, some people would say village halls in order to have and, you know, ithink for a they would rather be caught with somewhere for people to go and vote, ten—year—old boy, that was quite which will cause lots of disruptions police with a knife than to risk to christmas plans. 0ne going out without a knife and to which will cause lots of disruptions to christmas plans. one said if we impressive and a great asset to his are not popular now, we certainly suffer the consequence of being mum. sure. and we are talking about attacked, injured or possibly won't be popular if we decide on a a munro here and you can quite killed. that is what it is like for general election a couple of weeks easily one minute think you are some young people. in terms of the before christmas but it could well doing all right and the next minute, before christmas but it could well be borisjohnson before christmas but it could well be boris johnson has before christmas but it could well you find yourselves in quite a lot police who have, let's be absolutely be borisjohnson has decided that is the only way forward. they will look of trouble. yes, there are many fair, have made knife crime a at the opinion polls, which, as we priority, many of them, this will be reasons why you can get into trouble know can change, but have disturbing, the fact that it doesn't consistently shown the conservative ona party is ahead of labour and if you reasons why you can get into trouble on a hill and seem to be working.|j reasons why you can get into trouble on a hilland it reasons why you can get into trouble on a hill and it can happen to the disturbing, the fact that it doesn't seem to be working. i think one of speak to lots of labour mps here, the frustrations for police, and best of us. we always encourage they are pretty daunted by the people to get the best training and this was articulated by cressida prospect of a general election, so best awareness of the hills they are dick, the metropolitan police we will have to see whether labour on and! commissioner, last week, is the fact best awareness of the hills they are on and i believe the family tried to that they are doing their best to do that in this case but the nature decide eventually, if this comes to try and catch people but when they pass, they back the prospect of a of the ground can catch you out at come to the criminaljustice system, general election. jim ever that times and it did in this situation. they feel let down quite often, scene in robin hood, the late alan either because they can't get enough and we are talking about a family, it wasn‘t just a boy and his
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rickman, he said "cancel and we are talking about a family, evidence to convince the crown it wasn‘tjust a boy and his mother, father and two girls, aged five and prosecution service to bring charges christmas!", you get the sense that nine, were also on the mountainside or when charges are brought and a but in terms of their response to person is convicted, the sentence is is what is happening now. so the this, it was textbook. yes, the too lax, they are out of prison within a few months or they receive political cabinet, who sits on the father did the right thing, he was political cabinet, who sits on the a fine political cabinet? it is the same with the two girls. he could have within a few months or they receive afine ora within a few months or they receive a fine or a community order or a people it is just that there aren't caution that simply doesn't work and any civil servants present, it is made it worse if you try to get down isn't a deterrent. and as we see, a party matters, which is why people as well, he needed to protect the would be led to think this is about third of them go on to reoffend. the girls and it is quite difficult the possibility of a general terrain they were in as well, so election. they had a political they did the right thing, had the figure is that those who are caught, cabinet before the tory party right gear on, they made the call, just under a third are repeat conference, that would not involve offenders. it doesn't mean a third civil servants. this is a party we found a location quickly. it was are repeat offenders but we know political matter, so they could be what we would expect anybody to do reoffending rates particularly with young people are extremely high. discussing their readiness for a general election. there may not be a in that situation. will you be danny, thank you very much. decision today but i think lots of putting him up for an award? we you're watching afternoon live, people feel that that is what they would like to, we think he certainly these are our headlines... deserves an award and i think the are discussing and i spoke to a the 39 dead stowaways found in essex helicopter crew thought that also. labour party person earlier who said that if borisjohnson did decide to he certainly should be put forward as investigations continue here and go down this route, all eyes would for one. we will keep in touch with in belgium, it has emerged the you and see how it progresses. ross victims are all chinese nationals. critics say more needs to be done to lily, thank you so much for your stop traffickers. time. now it‘s time for a look at the weather with darren bett. a steep rise in knife crime — hello there. record numbers of people found carrying weapons in england this morning‘s mist and fog has been replaced by some heavy rain
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and wales across eastern parts of england. sixteen people are sentenced this was the scene a little earlier to death for the murder of the bangladeshi student on in london where the rain who accused her teacher was really quite heavy of sexual harassment. and with some thunderstorms too. out to the west, though, it‘s a very different picture. and coming up — coldplay took an unconventional route to announce we‘ve got cleaner air here, the track—listing for their upcoming that if borisjohnson did decide to some sunshine and a few showers. go down this route, ithat es would that if borisjohnson did decide to go down this route, ithat road )uld that if borisjohnson did decide to go down this route, ithat road and, reluctant to go down that road and, certainly, there are lots of labour that rain is going to move away album — placing an advert in local newspapers around the world from eastern parts of england. and england have made one change for mps, particularly those who want a the main band of showers second referendum on brexit, who their rugby world cup semifinal on the weather front moving down against new zealand. ahead of that don't want to have another election, towards wales and northern england and then fades away. we have a few more showers, crunch clash, george ford is back in they want to get a second referendum perhaps wintry, coming in to the north west of scotland, the starting line up at fly half, with henry slade dropping to the before a general election sirjeremy and it‘s going to be cold corbyn, if you were to back a for northern parts of the uk. bench. liverpool women will play at general election, would have a large could be down to —4 anfield in the league for the first number of rebels on his side —— so in northern ireland. further south, much milder time next month. they are the latest with double figures for south wales jeremy corbyn. you have more and the south—west of england. influence than i do, can you get tomorrow will start windy in the far women's super league side to play a fixture at the men's ground. and bosses to put a heater down on north of scotland where we will see some showers still. couege bosses to put a heater down on college green for when we do many places starting dry conor mcgregor has announced he will interviews? i can see what i can do. but thickening cloud will bring some make his return to ufc on the 18th rain up from the south—west across wales, heading up of january next year in las vegas, staying with a temperature, it is into northern england, towards the borders and northern ireland, where it‘s going to be really cold. despite announcing his retirement getting fairly miserable. darren is from mixed martial arts earlier this temperatures only 8 degrees here. here. it is like deja vu all over milder through the midlands, year. i will be back with more on southern england, windy later all those stories at 2:30pm. again. and on twitter, a lot of on and temperatures of 15 or 16. with the brexit deadline of october 31st exactly a week away, people were very interested on that both the conservatives and labour are facing divisions simple differentiation between mist about the way forward. downing street has dismissed and fog.
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reports yes, it is a matter of metres, if of differences of opinion within the cabinet. you like. so if we were outside this is bbc news — our latest headlines. borisjohnson has said he'll seek a snap general election if the eu right now and i couldn't see you, essex police are given an extra 24 hours to question the 25 year decides on an extension to the timetable untiljanuary. whether that is a blessing, i don't old driver of a lorry in which 39 but some ministers want him chinese people were to try and get his deal know, we would be in fog, unless you found dead yesterday. through parliament first. 0ur political correspondent are hiding behind someone else, but the haulage ocmpany global trailer nick eardley reports. we would be in fog and this would be rentals has confirmed it is the owner of the trailer. not for the first time, dense fog, because we are fairly a british man who fought westminster waits. close together, but if you were to with a kurdish militia against the islamic state group the uk was supposed to leave get out of your comfy seat, go over in syria has been convicted the eu a week today, to the bank of television screens of a terrorism offence but a delay now seems likely. following a retrial. that our viewers can see, where the aidanjames, who is 28 and from merseyside, was convicted so politicians here wait to see director is currently sitting... of attending a terrorism how long an extension training camp in iraq. simon: we need camera three for brussels will offer reports of divisions and whether the government follows in the cabinet over the best way through on its threat to try that. we have a director, when she forward on brexit have been played and force an election. down by government sources. we have been calling for a general it‘s thought eu leaders election for months. is awake, who sits over there. will make a decision tomorrow at some point, the labour party on whether to grant a further will realise that their blocking brexit extension. anyway... darren: so it would be because of the number of people found carrying tactics — propped up by the lib dems and the snp — fog that i couldn't see you. that knives in england and wales has risen to its highest level have got to come to an end. would be fog, because we are less since records began ten years ago. the british people want police and prosecutors dealt their government to govern. than 1,000 metres apart. so the with more than 14,000 offences in the 12 months but not everyone thinks an election is the best solution. definition of fog is 1,000 metres or to the end ofjune. some think number ten should have 16 people are sentenced to death another go at getting its brexit less, but that is aviation fog. for the murder of the bangladeshi legislation through parliament. cystic fibrosis patients in england will have access they believe that a vote to pass public service fog is 180 metres. to a drug which treats the disease
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for the first time. the nhs has struck a deal the deal in full is there. with the makers of orkambi, which will benefit ——they believe that support to pass simon: public service fog! we have the deal in full is there. had three years of that. about 5,000 people. we are this close now, i appreciate the 31st of october was that totemic date but we have darren: that is when warnings are sport now on afternoon something on the table, let's give that time for us live with holly. to conclude the scrutiny, issued by the met office, it is here in parliament. semi final time at the rugby world and there is no easy route widespread dense fog at less than cup this weekend. to securing an election. 180 metres. the government is likely to need simon: because you don't do mist the backing of two—thirds of mps, meaning labour's support would be warnings. darren: no, because the good afternoon. crucial and it isn't quite this will be a huge blow champing at the bit, visibility is better. for warren gatland‘s side ahead urging the government instead simon: so you have forgotten to one of their clash with to consider giving more time is about the fog, that is a mist south africa on sunday. for scrutiny of its deal. full—back liam williams has been ruled out after picking of course we will support a general up an ankle injury. election but i would be quite sad... warning. and this is a player who has been darren: this is a misty morning in before christmas? enjoying a stunning 2019 — cornwall. that has lifted but we had after winning the champions cup i would be quite sad honestly, and english premiership if, having been offered some fog reported in norfolk, a with saracens. a pragmatic compromise, he‘s been first choice in the 15 little bit more water vapour that that it would be viewed shirt injapan apart from one was in the atmosphere here, pool game with uruguay. as quite unreasonable for the prime minister to not put his bill through parliament. condensed and you can't see very far many other labour mps at all. but it has been a mess this are urging caution, too, so he almost certainty would‘ve been part of gatland‘s worried about the polls and more morning, for many, many reasons. it plan for their showdown with the springboks. hasn't got better this afternoon. he‘s also unlikely to recover keen on another referendum. this was the picture in london this for the following week, whether wales reach the final as things stand, the government has morning and you can see, you can't or play in the third—placed play—off. no plans to bring its deal back, before parliament and if brussels really see the top of the shard and a really huge blow for warren does offer a long extension, it says thatis gatland‘s side. we won‘t wait long
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it will push for an election. really see the top of the shard and that is because we have had low cloud, so a lot of what we have had to see who is in the starting at that point, mps have a choice — this morning has been a mixture of mist and fog but a lot of it has line—up with the starting line—up to try and continue to find some and squad announced at 3:30am been low cloud, certainly across kind of compromise that, central and eastern parts of so far, has proved elusive, tomorrow. and we do know about the or to go back to the public. england. that cloud sitting low enough that it is covering the top england team. westminster won't have when you consider england‘s clash to wait much longer. of the shard. so if you are down by with new zealand on saturday the eu is expected to make its the thames, college green, you would be able to see a lot further than if in the most important decision on an extension tomorrow. for england in twelve years you were in the and eddiejones has been ringing but, as ever, there is little certainty about what decisions the changes ahead of that showdown. will be made here. fly—half george ford is back. nick eardley, bbc news, westminster. he‘s been one of england‘s leading performers during this campaign, let's speak now to our chief having been named man—of—the—match in their win over the usa political correspondent vicki young, and was a replacement for how do we get rid of the fog and the quarterfinal against australia. who's in westminster. henry slade drops to the bench then while captain owen farrell returns to centre. on those changes — eddiejones says you‘ve got to stay a cabinet meeting, political cabinet mist? we need rain and we've had a alert when taking on the all blacks. meeting at 3pm, we might find out new zealand have always shown a this afternoon whether there really isa this afternoon whether there really is a split in cabinet. or we might lot of that. the mist and fog and propensity to change the order of low cloud across eastern parts of the way they play, and it will be up not, simon! westminster is waiting and that means mps i have been england has washed out the mist and to our team to understand that speaking to all morning can pretty clearly at the start of the fogginess and it is chucking it down endlessly speculate about what might game. and they always have some sort happen next and the truth is that no of surprise in the first phase type one knows, no one is sure and both parties, certainly among the mp5, with rain. the other way to get rid attack. all we can do is be creative
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are split on what should happen of fog is wind to blow in drier air next. so there are some who feel the attack. all we can do is be creative at training, think about different and this is what we are seeing in prime minister should now carry on situations. equip the players to handle it and then we have to with that bill, try and get it anticipate on the field. the one through parliament, particularly if cumbria. the sun is out, the shower thing about playing against new you talk to tory mps who are zealand, you have to be alive all clouds are bubbling, so we got the time. because they are always in representing remain constituencies, sunshine in many parts of the uk but they think that is the best way rain across eastern parts of the time. because they are always in forward. and then you can speak to the game and always looking for opportunities, so you just have to labour mps who are also split. some be alive in the game and our players of them fear that their party won't england. let's find out what is in are equipped for that. they are do well in an election and they ready to go and can‘t wait for it, could well lose their seats and then of course you have the front mate. sian massey—ellis will achieve benches, you have the labour a dream tonight, when she becomes spokespeople saying, look, boris the first englishwoman to officiate in a men‘s european fixture. johnson was compromised, we need store. there is more rain in the she‘s one of the assistant referees more time to discuss the deal but, for the europa league tie of course, labour aren't going to between psv eindhoven and lask. back that a deal. so the question is forecast which will come from that massey—ellis is a regular in the premier league — she said if the prime minister can be certain area of low cloud tomorrow and the "it‘s definitely becoming more normal to see female that the labour mps who backed him next day. this is the cloud that has officials in the men‘s game," last time around will stick with brought the rain today but as you liverpool women will play that process and take the bill can see further west, the cloud is at anfield in the league through all stages of the house of for the first time next month. more speckled with clearer, drier commons and then, of course, it has to go to the house of lords. he has air. we've seen some sunshine but they take on rivals everton won one vote on second reading but also some showers. that rain is on sunday november the 17th. liverpool are the latest that has to continue and most think women‘s superleague side to play a fixture at their men‘s ground. the number of labour mps who backed heaviest in lincolnshire. we get as borisjohnson the number of labour mps who backed over 30,000 watched the manchester derby boris johnson that time the number of labour mps who backed borisjohnson that time around will at the etihad stadium in september.
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not continue to do so. so it is just far south as northern england and north wales before petering out. the a question of weighing up the odds the premier league has begun working and if you are borisjohnson, you showers into the highlands are on the fixtures for 2022, wintry because the air is much are prime minister, of course going to fit around the world cup in qatar for a general election is a gamble colder. in the north there will be a — and the draft plans show players and as one tory mp said, you only frost widely and it could be down to could be involved in gamesjust nine have to speak to theresa may to ram minus four celsius. further south days before the start that message home. sure and just across the uk, it is mild with of the tournament. double figures likely in the looking at next week, the leader of southwest of england and south there‘s a chance their last fixtures the house, jacob rees—mogg, hasjust wales. a windy start tomorrow with will be on 12th november, with the opening outlined parliamentary business next world cup game on 21st. week, nothing on brexit and nothing gales and then we see the cloud the league would resume ona week, nothing on brexit and nothing on a general election. that can increasing, coming in from the on boxing day — only eight days after the final. atlantic. this is bringing rain from the season would also change, though, can't it? it can, kick off a week earlier, the atlantic, pushing it up towards and finish a week later, the government could decide, once the atlantic, pushing it up towards the borders in northern ireland meaning there would be only they know what the eu is doing, if where we are meeting the cold air so six weekends without they know what the eu is doing, if the eu say there is a three month it really will be a cold day in the premier league games. northern extent of the rain. much delay to brexit until the end of the notorious is back. january, the government can say that is enough time to have a general milder further south. the wind conor mcgregor has made it official. election. they could put down a northern extent of the rain. much milderfurther south. the wind is picking up along the southern coasts motion today and move it for a vote later in the day. the rain will he‘s set to make his return on monday or wait until monday to do to the octogan in 2020. course problems on friday, friday it‘s been just over a year that. but as we know, it is very since his last fight — night into saturday, not moving very that defeat to khabib tricky for a prime minister to get nurmagomedov last october.. an election these days. if he does far, the night into saturday, not moving very fa r, the wettest night into saturday, not moving very far, the wettest weather over the he‘s not been out hills and there could be over 100 of the headlines since — it through the fixed—term millimetres of rain over the welsh for all the wrong reasons — hills because the weather it is and even announced his retirement parliaments act, he needs two thirds of mps to vote for it, that would bringing the rain and it is not from mma earier this year. but today he‘s revealed require labour votes, so the big he‘ll make his return moving very far which will course injanuary in las vegas
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pressure would be on labour at that and says he doesn‘t care problems. a flooding rest and travel who his opponent is. point if the snp and the lib dems disruption is likely. by the time we that‘s all the sport for now. decided to vote for an election. there are other mechanisms for boris get into saturday afternoon the rain olly foster will be back with more johnson, he could use a 19 bill, but is pushing away from wales, pushing in the next hour. the problem is it can be amended —— away from northern england, heading to the southeast. sunshine following a one liner bill. it could change in the northwest but we are the date of the election, it could introducing colder air so temperatures may be dropping through now on afternoon live, let‘s go nationwide say we won 16 and 17—year—olds to be the afternoon, the last of the and see what‘s happening around milderair in the the country in our daily visit given the vote, all sorts of things the afternoon, the last of the milder air in the southeast and wetter in the afternoon. the weather to the bbc newsrooms around the uk. in that scenario, so nothing is easy front wetter in the afternoon. the weather fro nt ta kes wetter in the afternoon. the weather front takes the rain away from the let‘s go to nick servini for borisjohnson southeast of england, it lingers in in that scenario, so nothing is easy for boris johnson and in that scenario, so nothing is easy for borisjohnson and he knows that. who is in cardiff. we will have to see today if the the english channel but will draw cabinet will make some kind of down colder air across the whole of a fascinating story involving decision on what they will do, coldplay and their advertising. we the country so quite a different feel to the weather by sunday. windy will be with you in a moment. depending of course on what the eu decide to do. but i have to say most and sarah bassett is in southampton. with some showers across northern of the chat this morning amongst mps sarah is making her debut. welcome and eastern scotland. elsewhere it has been about the weather in to the programme. one of the biggest december and if there is a december is dry, a lot of sunshine, election, whether they have got temperatures of nine to 11 celsius waterproof shoes. the word ‘diddums' and more likely to be a frost on bands on earth has decided to go to sunday night. a local newspaper to place an advert and there is particular poignancy in sprang to mind but it shouldn't. a north wales. i'm afraid i don't have quick word about labour, you can a hard copy but if i had yesterday‘s understand that there are difficulties in that party, too, about whether a general election is daily post based in north wales, the way forward, having said it was
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for so long. jeremy corbyn has said flicking to page 31, nestled among many, for so long. jeremy corbyn has said any for so long. jeremy corbyn has said many, many times that once no deal the adverts for a second hand fridge is off the table and a lengthy freezer at £50, and a couple of extension to article 50 is in place, this is bbc news. our latest headlines: bales of hay, i kid you not, in very he would back a general election. the thing about that is no deal is essex police are given an extra 24 u nflashy bales of hay, i kid you not, in very unflashy fashion was the playlist hours to question the 25—year—old not off the table ever until you for coldplay‘s latest album, called driver of a lorry in which 39 people either revoke article 50 or you put were found dead yesterday. the stowaways are all everyday life. the first time they a deal in place, or he is prime minister. the issue, of course, in believed to be chinese. have released an album in four yea rs. the labour party is you have around a british man who fought have released an album in four years. crucially, the link is that with a kurdish militia 140 mp5 the labour party is you have around against the islamic state group jonny buckland, the guitarist, spent in syria has been convicted 140 mps who desperately want a of a terrorism offence following a retrial. much of his childhood in flintshire. aidanjames who is 28 second referendum so, for them, that and from merseyside was convicted asa second referendum so, for them, that of attending a terrorism training much of his childhood in flintshire. as a result of a tweet that gave second referendum so, for them, that second referendum is the priority, camp in iraq not a general election so ifjeremy the number of people found carrying corbyn were to come out and say he knives in england and wales has eve ryo ne as a result of a tweet that gave everyone the details, he had a risen to its highest level would back borisjohnson's call for since records began ten years ago. police and prosecutors dealt a general election, he could have a with more than 14,000 offences very sizable rebellion on his hands in the 12 months to the end ofjune. advert in the daily post. he said he amongst labour mps, some of whom will feel they will lose their seats and some of whom want the prospect was photographing houses on the ofa market, and said he wasn‘t very good and some of whom want the prospect of a second referendum, so it is not idealfor him either at it, which is of no consequence sport now on afternoon of a second referendum, so it is not ideal for him either and of a second referendum, so it is not when you end upjoining coldplay. idealfor him either and it would require labour votes for a general live with holly. the newspaper was sitting on the election to happen. vicki young, semi final time thanks very much. scoop yesterday. i don‘t suppose we can blame them for this, they didn‘t
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humberside police have charged a 25—year—old man with the rape realise they had it until somebody at the rugby world cup and murder of the university student libby squire. called up the newspaper to tell the 21—year old went missing and we now know the england side. in february and her body was found them. the editor andy campbell takes in a river a month later. up them. the editor andy campbell takes up the story. 25—year—old pawel relowicz, from phoned us up late afternoon, hull, is due in court next week. a private call, didn't say who they were, but pointed out a court in bangladesh has the advert put in the paper that sentenced 16 people to death for the murder of a female student, hadn't been anywhere who was set on fire when you consider england's clash else, just in our paper. turned out it had been in a couple after accusing her headteacher with new zealand on saturday of other places but anyway, of sexual harassment. is the most important we don't know who it was. the murder of nusratjahan rafi for england in 12 years, maybe somebody from the record eddiejones has been ringing company, because to be honest, in april shocked the country the changes ahead of that showdown. it's inspired marketing, and led to a series fly—half george ford is back. of protests demanding justice. he's been one of england's leading it really is. from dhaka, our correspondent performers during this campaign, we should say as well as the daily having been named man—of—the—match akbar hossain reports. in their win over the usa post, the band have really done a and was a replacement for the quarterfinal against australia. henry slade drops to big deal in terms of promotion in the convicted murderers were taken the bench then while captain away from the court, owen farrell returns to centre. terms of promoting local newspapers in one of the fastest trials on those changes, eddiejones says you've got to stay and the importance of classified in the country's history. alert when taking on the all blacks. sections because they have done the among them, the headmaster, new zealand have always shown same in southampton where the a propensity to change the order drummer is from. singer chris martin two teachers, two local politicians of the way they play, is from exeter and they did the same and two female classmates and it will be up to our team to understand that pretty clearly of the murdered girl. there. it‘s a lovely story. jonny at the start of the game. the murder of nusratjahan rafi and they always have some sort of surprise first buckland has kept his local shocked the nation. phase type of attack. collection is from exeter and they all we can do is be creative did the same there. it‘s a lovely she was set on fire, in training, think about different story. jonny buckland has kept his on the roof of her school, situations and equip the players local collections going. we sent a after she had reported the headmaster for touching to deal with it and then we have her inappropriately. to anticipate on the field. local collections going. we sent a local reporter to flintshire a
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you've got to be alive all the time couple of years ago. —— local playing against new zealand the headmaster, siraj ud doula, because they are always in the game connections. there was fundraising who had been arrested for sexual harassment, and always looking for opportunities. apparently ordered her death you've just got to be alive in the game and our players from his prison cell. from the band to repair a local are equipped for that, the police say that it was supposed they are ready to go village hall. it raises those and i can't wait for it. to look like a suicide, questions about the unconventional but nusrat escaped and managed ways bands market themselves in the to make a statement to her brother, before she died. social media age. i guess when you this is certainly the biggets game of eddie jones tenure with england. are as huge and successful as translation: the trial coldplay you can afford to be pretty was completed really fast. that semifinal is on satuday i want to thank our media. experimental and relaxed about it. 0ur prime minister learned about it they have also done the same in new in yokohoma at 9am. because of their hard work. zealand and france because the band has links there as well. a great police have been looking after us all this time. nusrat‘s case has sparked mass story and well played to them. thank protests in the country, you, nick. we can go to sarah. this let's move to football. more and where victims of sexual assault more women's sides are playing at rarely go public. nusrat‘s family has been placed men's grounds. who the latest? is around meeting new people and under police protection. hearing their stories. it‘s called a akbar hossain, bbc news, human library. it doesn‘t offer books but you get the chance to go feni, in bangladesh. liverpool women will play at anfield in the league along and take out a person? that's for the first time next month. now before the weather — exactly right. it‘s exactly the same it seems the old wives' tale that asa exactly right. it‘s exactly the same as a library but the books are cold temperatures trigger pain people. the idea is that readers, might not be correct. scientists at the university of manchester have found that people and blown out the books to learn with long—term health conditions, they take on rivals everton on sunday november the 17th. more about topics you might not
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such as arthritis, are more likely liverpool are the latest to suffer pain on days women's superleague side to play necessarily know about. there are 14 when it's humid or windy. a fixture at their men's ground. they used a smartphone app to track different books to choose from, the pain experienced by more anything from the menopause to than 2,500 people across the uk — while also mapping personality disorders, islam, the local weather conditions. over 30,000 watched the manchester derby at the etihad stadium in september. judaism and gay parenting. the person we spoke to was a non—binary let's put you out of your misery, because there is no chance of heat. sian massey—ellis will achieve book or person. a dream tonight, when she becomes here is darren with details. is that the first englishwoman to officiate the human library book is a great experience. mist orfog? in a men's european it gives me a chance to feel more confident in who i am because it that is a very good question. do gives me a chance to talk about it. fixture. know the difference between mist and she's one of the assistant referees a lot of the time i try not to talk fog? put simply, i know like for the europa league tie about being non—binary to people, between psv eindhoven and lask. especially strangers, simple,... massey—ellis is a regular because i worry about how they may and we have always got on, you and react, or anything like that, in the premier league. and having a place where i can it is about how far you can see. if she said, literally come and people "it's definitely becoming more will ask me questions about it, it makes me feel comfortable you are in fog, you can't see as far normal to see female officials in the men's game." in myself, just having the chance as if you are standing in mist. british bobsleigherjoel fearon says to explain who i am. he hopes that a new generation there must be more to it than that? of athletes will be inspired when he and his team receive their bronze simon, universities are buzzing, and that is pretty much it but the medals from the 2014 winter olympics next month. when i was there there were readers defamation of fog, aviation fog, —— taking out different types of book jothackson, bruce tasker, stuart benson and fearon finished and having great conversations that fifth behind two russian crews, definition of fog, aviation fog, if who were later disqualified they normally wouldn‘t have in their for doping, so they everyday lives. and with the visibility is a thousand metres or
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less, it is fog and if it is more, were upgraded to third. diversity at universities, it was it is missed. public service fog, just really interesting to see this ican i can use it to encourage a few 180 metres so if there was a warning human library and how they were really understanding different communities. the hope from this is from the met office for widespread dense fog, it would be less than 180 lives. i was an ordinary student, i that those human libraries and those metres. so what is this? conversations will help students wasn't special in pe at anyway and studying together grow closer this is reported as mist, it could ifi wasn't special in pe at anyway and if i can use it to encourage people, together. it's a great idea. this is be far, i wasn't there. thatis if i can use it to encourage people, that is my main goal, to use any at solent university in southampton. we were about to describe that as success i've had over the years to i know if i was sitting there i fog until you read that? help others succeed. that's my main would gather dust and possibly not thing. conor mcgregor is back. much else. but what would we ask no, i have studied this! before i it's now official. he's set to make his return stand here, there is thought that you? still a fascinating story. goes into it. it was going to happen one day. to the octogan in 2020. thank you both very much. yes, i have learned eventually. so we are looking down on either mist —— octagon. if you would like to see more on any it's been just over a year orfog, depending if you are since his last fight, that defeat of those stories you can access them we are looking down on either mist or fog, depending if you are there. there is a certain amount of water to khabib nurmagomedov last october. vapour in the atmosphere and if he's not been out of through the bbc iplayer. and we go the headlines sine — there is enough, and the temperature for all the wrong reasons — and even announced his retirement nationwide every weekday afternoon of the airdrops at 4:30pm. there is enough, and the temperature of the air drops to a certain value, from mma earier this year. but today he's revealed the water vapour that is their he'll make his return injanuary in las vegas condenses out into water droplets and says he doesn't care and basically mist or fog who his oppoent is.
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condenses out into water droplets and basically mist orfog is condenses out into water droplets and basically mist or fog is water droplets that are suspended in the more now on our main story. a company based in dublin has air. the water droplets, if you have confirmed that it owns —— opponent. the refrigerated trailer where 39 more water droplets, they are more people were found dead dense, if you like, it is fog and in essex yesterday. you can't see as far. if there are global trailer rentals said it fewer droplets condensed and contacted essex police and gave them suspended in the air, it is missed. more information about the person that is taking the simple step a more now on our main story. who leased the trailer saying the little bit further. the 39 people found dead that is three minutes of my life in a refrigerated lorry company‘s directors were in essex are believed to be shell—shocked their trailer had been chinese nationals. used in a way. that i won't be getting back... police have been given an extra 24 if you are standing in the mist or hours to question the lorry driver, earlier i spoke to our fog, or in this case, it is 25—year—old mo robinson china correspondent robin brant from northern ireland, who is being and i asked him how this news held on suspicion of murder. was playing out described as low cloud, which is paramedics made the discovery in the chinese media. interesting. shortly before 2am firstly, it‘s being reported, how does that say low cloud? it is on wednesday. and that is important. five years ago lorry driver china is a country that is dominated just a cloud. clive mills had cameras installed in his lorry. by state run media, it was part of a news report to show and there is extensive censorship dark cloud. it is wide, it is grey. here, certainly in mainland china. how easy it is for migrants so it is being reported it is quite interesting because what to climb into lorries. by people‘s daily, the big chinese he joins us now from language and english language we had today, people have got quite chichester in west sussex. newspaper, and also excited about this, is what we and also by the domestic first of all, what is your reaction state run news agency. meteorological a term "a mess". it to what you heard yesterday? well, they are talking about shock. wasn't just in meteorological a term "a mess". it wasn'tjust in eton, it was in many central and eastern parts of the uk, it doesn't surprise me but it is we have seen a statement very tragic. this isn't new, this from the chinese ambassador it was a mess. let me show you what to london on twitter. has been happening for many, many i mean. here we go. london, you yea rs. he has recently only
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has been happening for many, many years. it shows the desperation of recognise london, there is the shard people all over the world that they just joined twitter. that service is technically and you can't see the top because are prepared to do anything to get banned here in china. what you have got here, even though he has talked about hearing of the news of the deaths of 39 it says mist, is actually low cloud! anywhere. what precautions can anyone take to try to stop this? in people with a heavy heart. so it is being reported these are the weather watchers and but beyond the very basic they are very, very important to information that we know, the industry, we take it very what we do, they are not weather seriously. all hauliers fit chords observers, they have not been there is not much else to go on. trained by the wmo or the met to vehicles which is like a steel we know chinese embassy staff where you are in the uk 0ffice. are going to essex to assist cable through the curtains to stop them opening the sides, put padlocks in the process of trying to identify we've got a on the back doors, but like these 31 men and eight women. but there are many questions mixture of mist and fog, and low about firstly, who are they, everything, if there is money where have they come from, cloud. a lot of it has been low involved, people are prepared to do everything, do anything to get on and perhaps something cloud. a lot of it has been low cloud so you can't see the top of we will address later on after those board and there is only so much that two things have been established, about why did they come to leave the shard. low cloud has lowered and we can do. we try to park in secure china, if indeed it was china initially that they left to get parking, especially in europe. they to the uk. the shard. low cloud has lowered and the base of it is probably 100 feet, 200 feet. how do you get rid of mist have built car parks with cameras what was the reason they left, what were and are the pull factors, so to speak. and you pay to park there and it is that will be an issue for the chinese government and fog? wind, i hearyou dry. because that‘s not something secure, but they still get in. they will want to focus on. no, i mean, some of the talk nothing is foolproof, nothing is at the moment is, why has
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100%. most drivers and most hauliers this happened again. try to do their best. they don't in some previous reports we have wa nt try to do their best. they don't want the aggravation of it and they been reminded of very certainly don't want what has similar event back in 2000, happened in the last 24 hours or so 19 years ago, when 58 chinese people with people in the back of the were found in the back —— dry. there is less water vapour of a lorry at dover, vehicle is dying. it's very tragic which had come on the same route from belgium. in that instance they had all suffocated because —— vehicles dying. i don't know the the vents had been closed. circumstances —— vehicles dying. i don't know the ci rcu msta nces yet we had the death of 23 chinese —— vehicles dying. i don't know the circumstances yet but if it was one workers, cockle pickers in the atmosphere and that is why we of my guys are myself, it is very, in morecambe bay in 2004. are seeing sunshine. we do have more very sad. very, very sad. is their the precise circumstances rain in the forecast for that area of their death were different, technology out there now, carbon but nonetheless both those cases involved organised crime taking of cloud in the forecast from these people illegally into the uk. saturday. this is the cloud that is bringing the rain today but to the dioxide sensors or something, they we don‘t know if that is the case west, the satellite picture looks can be put on the back of a with what has happened different. this is clearer air, less refrigerated lorry that would pick up and is happening in essex refrigerated lorry that would pick up on the presence of human beings? at the moment, but it‘s fair water vapour, sunshine and showers to assume that there is a high but we got very heavy rain still i think there is technology out probability that could indeed across eastern england this evening, there, there is technology for be the case. one or two rumbles of thunder. that pushes away in the next few hours leading democrats in the us have and that weather front is focusing a everything these days but it is the band of showers moving towards demand and the cost. there is not a accused their republican rivals england and wales and then cost on life, you should never put of compromising national weakening. wintry showers over the security after more than 20 cost on life, you should never put of them forced their way
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hills and northwest scotland and a cost before life, but there's only into the impeachment inquiry so much we can do and the other into president trump. the hearings are considering whether mr trump put pressure frost across northern areas, it thing is, with my drivers, we've on ukraine to investigate one could be minus four celsius in actually had guys and not only did i of his political rivals. northern ireland. much milder to the richard galpin reports. do this piece about five years ago with them getting on the lorry, we southwest of england and south this is the moment a group wales. windy in the north of did 13 to four years ago where they of republican lawmakers scotla nd wales. windy in the north of scotland but dry, still with a few got in the back of the lorry and moved in to disrupt the ongoing showers and the cloud is coming in impeachment enquiry. from the atlantic bringing this rain let's see if we can get in. which moves its way across northern they are very clever, we had padlocks on the side of the lorry. it followed encouragement from president trump for tougher england across the borders and into —— we did this three to four years action against the attempt northern ireland. it's still hitting ago. my driver was suspicious about to impeach him. cold air so temperatures in belfast and northern ireland a dismal eight something on the back of the vehicle and my policy to everyone is, don't the republicans here demanding the hearing the open, celsius. milder towards the go near it, go to the nearest police as they say happened southeast but the winds will pick up station or go to the port and report later on. rain will be an it should, it and get them out because we don't in previous impeachment. it will be heavy through friday into know if they are going to be violent saturday over the high ground, and that's the other side of it, we the press was in the room northwest england, wales and the for nixon, for clinton. have a kid of duty to the guys that the legal counsel for the president southwest of england, likely to be flooding in difficult travel do this at —— we have a care of was allowed in the room. conditions because the weather front bringing the rain isn't moving very all of that is being denied far at all overnight and it is duty. this isn't going to be the by chairman schiff, powered by warmer air to the south, running this one—sided, colder air to the north so it is an last time. two years ago in germany soviet—style scam. the republicans‘ extraordinary move, act of weather front, hence the rain on what is a secure facility, prevented this witness, is quite heavy and it slowly drifts laura cooper, a us defence
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they had the same thing, a lorry was official, from giving down towards the southeast of stopped at the side of the motorway evidence forfour hours. and they found dead bodies on the this is, as you can imagine, also england. behind that we get showers back of that one in the height of an effort to intimidate witnesses who seek to come forward. into the northwest of scotland and the summer. it's tragic but we are the witness was in the hearing room northern ireland and the air gets never going to stop this. if there at the time that the republicans colder into the afternoon, the last is money involved, and we are of any colder into the afternoon, the last started to come in. ofany mild colder into the afternoon, the last of any mild air in the southeast of they will not stop us england but turning wetter through talking large amounts of money, in pursuing the truth. the afternoon. 0nce people are always going to find a earlier this week, the us ambassador to ukraine, william taylor, england but turning wetter through the afternoon. once that weather front the afternoon. once that weather fro nt m oves the afternoon. once that weather front moves out of the way, it might way of getting them over, gave damaging evidence well linger through the english at the impeachment inquiry. he said donald trump had asked channel for the second half of the opportunists getting in the vehicle weekend so we draw down colder air the ukrainian president or gang is planning it and routing to investigatejoe biden — and this may come as a shock to the it through vehicles and through a potential rival for mr trump, in the us election next year. system. the winds will be strongest traders. i don't ever think we can across north—eastern scotland and we stop it. wait clive mills, thank you and that mr trump had said will see some showers here, providing military aid otherwise it will be dry with spells to ukraine would depend very on the investigation being announced. of sunshine but temperatures will be nine to 11 celsius. more later on. despite the smiles at this meeting yesterday, a political cabinet is meeting this the pressure on donald trump is steadily increasing. hour — on the agenda, a possible snap general he calls the impeachment election in december. enquiry a witch hunt, borisjohnson has said but testimony against him is building up. he'll seek one if the eu richard galpin, bbc news. decides on an extension to the timetable untiljanuary. but some ministers want him to try and get his brexit deal through parliament first. let's speak now to our chief political correspondent vicki young who's in westminster.
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there is definitely a difference of despite best efforts victoria fritz opinion in the labour party and this is bbc news. is back with the business news. jazz conservative party about the our latest headlines. possibility of a general election. police say 39 people who were found lots are saying there is a support hands! i‘ve had a few coffees today. dead in a lorry in essex yesterday are believed to have been chinese. 31 were men, eight were women. for the deal and they believe they whatever is in there, i don‘t want to know. you will be back with a 25—year—old lorry driver from can persuade enough mps to back it. business in a moment. they would rather see borisjohnson county armagh remains in custody; first a look at the headlines get that through before a general on afternoon live. election and on the labour side, a british man who fought there are lots who want a general essex police are given an extra 24 with kurdish militia hours to question the 25 year against the islamic state group has been convicted of a terrorism old driver of a lorry in which 39 election. we will see what comes out chinese people were offence following a retrial. found dead yesterday. aidanjames was cleared though the dublin—based haulage company of attending a terrorist of the political cabinet but global trailer rentals has confirmed training camp in syria. speculation here is rife that there it owns the trailer. may well be a decision by the a british man who fought with kurdish militia cabinet to decide to move forward against the islamic state group has the number of people found carrying knives in england and wales has and try and get to a general been convicted of a terrorism risen to its highest level offence following a retrial. election. let's find out what the aidanjames was cleared though of attending a terrorist since records began ten years ago. liberal democrats thing. to chukka training camp in syria. police and prosecutors dealt with more than 14,000 offences in the 12 months to the end ofjune. the number of people found carrying knives in england and wales has risen to its highest level 16 people are sentenced ummuna is with me now. what with the since records began ten years ago. to death for the murder police and prosecutors dealt of the bangladeshi student with more than 14,000 who accused her teacher offences in the 12 months of sexual harassment. liberal democrats do if it came to a to the end ofjune. cystic fibrosis patients in england will have access to a drug which treats the disease for the first time. vote on a general election? priority the nhs has struck a deal with the makers of 0rkambi, is to stop brexit altogether. our which will benefit here‘s your business headlines on afternoon live. about 5,000 people. focus has been getting a people's ppi takes its toll.
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vote and that's why we put down an reports of divisions in the cabinet amendment to the queen's speech but royal bank of scotland counts over the best way forward on brexit the cost of mis—selling payment have been played down protection insurance. by government sources. the bank, which is still 62% it's thought eu leaders will make a decision tomorrow unfortunately the labour party owned by the taxpayer, refused to support that amendment or on whether to grant a further even put down their own amendment says its investment banking division for a people's vote and so has also had a particularly brexit extension. increasingly, it looks difficult to see how we get a people's vote in rough three months. this parliament. we will keep a british man who fought with a kurdish militia pressing for it but with 19 labour shares in tesla soar by more than 20% after unveiling against the islamic state group has an unexpected profit been convicted of a terrorism mps voting for boris johnson's hard and record car deliveries. offence following a retrial. the company now expects to launch brexit on saturday and jeremy corbyn model y suv by next summer, have in taking no action against aidan james, who's 28, from formby, merseyside, was found guilty of attending them at all, it looks increasingly and its new ‘gigafactory‘ in china has already started unlikely that we are going to get trial production. a place where terrorist the numbers at the moment for the people's vote and alistair campbell, training was given in iraq, who is a key figure in the people's namely a refugee camp twitter has reported profits at which the proscribed vote campaign is suggesting it might pkk group was present. only be after an election we can for the last few months that but he was cleared are less than a quarter of attending a terrorist training secure that so for a people's vote, camp in syria, which was run of what analysts had predicted by the non—proscribed ypg militia. if we can't get one at the moment,, jurors reached unanimous after product bugs hampered verdicts after just over a day of deliberations. it's absolutely essential we get we'll have more from our that extension from the eu council advertising sales. correspondent june kelly at the old bailey shortly. and then we will have to consider the micro—blogging site said it made our position. the key thing for us a £287 million profit in the third quarter. as if we are in an election moment and election day comes before any sport now on afternoon live with holly. semifinal time at the rugby exit day, that is scheduled for world cup — and we now know brexit and it might be that an
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the england side. election is the best way of resolving this in the best way of twitter has caused quite a buzz on getting a people's vote or stopping wall street today. it has, but we they've been ringing the changes brexit altogether, which is our should be talking about tesla! what ahead of the crunch on saturday. goal. a lot of people will say didi it's the most important game in 12 should be talking about tesla! what did i say? tesla shares up 20% and yea rs. stopping brexit and a referendum it's the most important game in 12 years. the question is, who is in will prolong the agony and if you the starting line—up? fly—half vote for an election, it's possible twitter shares down 20%. that‘s george ford is back. borisjohnson vote for an election, it's possible boris johnson might win probably what‘s happening. vote for an election, it's possible borisjohnson might win that election outright and then brexit twitter shares down 20%. that‘s probably what's happening. my head gets done, you have facilitated a is... tesla surprising lots of he's been one of england's leading people by doing very well. we were performers during this campaign, conservative brexit. that depends on having been named man—of—the—match the people in an election and if we reporting not long ago that they in the pool victory over usa. end up with an election you will we re reporting not long ago that they were in trouble and shutting down he was a replacement for the quarterfinal have a conservative party to vote showrooms. lots of people are in two against australia with henry slade coming into the side. minds when it comes to tesla. they he'll move back for that one is to pursue brexit to the bench with captain come what may, regardless of what it have promised a lot and so far under 0wen farrell returning to the centre delivered but this has not been the to make way for ford at ten. story of today. they had profits eddiejones you've got does to your viewers' jobs, and a to stay alert when taking on this new zealand side. when everyone was expecting a loss new zealand have always shown liberal democrat party that. brexit. a propensity to change the order and the whole idea about electric of the way they play, with the labour party, jeremy corbyn car adoption is taking off. there and it will be up to our team has made it clear he will pursue a we re car adoption is taking off. there were 2 million electric cars on the to understand that pretty clearly road worldwide last year and 5 at the start of the game. and they always have some labour version of brexit. he was in sort of surprise first million this year. it‘s seeing phase type of attack. talks with the prime minister exponential growth. all we can do is be creative yesterday to facilitate the hard in training, think about different brexit bill to go through parliament situations and equip the players you drive an electric car and you but that ultimately is the way you to deal with it and then we have get a decision, it has to go back to are aware of the problems because
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the people in some way, shape or the infrastructure is not there yet. to anticipate on the field. form and some people who have been this is it. i was talking to my dad observing events at westminster will see this place is not working. our about this point yesterday. my dad you've got to be alive all the time legislature is not functioning, playing against new zealand because they are always in the game legislation is not going through, yesterday was saying, i know you are and always looking the government has a majority of an early adopter but i can‘t see it for opportunities. you've just got to be alive taking off because there are not -45. it is the government has a majority of —45. it is not in the national in the game and our players interest to continue with this enough charging infrastructure... are equipped for that, they are ready to go limbo. something will have to happen and i can't wait for it. to break the impasse and find a way it's enough charging infrastructure... it‘s all well and good if you have forward and if it's not a people's your own parking space at home, a vote, it may be a general election garage or something you can plug in, but if you don‘t and you are reliant but i don't think any of us as this is certainly the biggest game members of parliament can excuse the on the ones down the street. let's of eddiejones tenure with england. that semifinal is on satuday situation carrying on with chaos in get your dad on the phone. he's this place, this is in nobody's probably watching this topic all in! in yokohoma at 9am. interest. decisions have to be made. will see how many of the other you are probably not on twitter. conor is back! political parties will agree with the notorious is back. that if we get to the point later afternoon live hashtag. but the it's now official. today, tomorrow or on monday where he's set to make his return there is a vote for a general to the octogan in 2020. issue is, the public infrastructure it's been just over a year around charging points isjust not since his last fight — election. which one is it? i don't good enough for the number of cars that defeat to khabib nurmagomedov last october. we are expecting on the road. the he's not been out of the headlines since — likes of honda have said they will for all the wrong reasons — and even announced his retirement only sell in europe electric know! from mma earier this year.
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but today he's revealed he'll vehicles by 2022 and that sounds make his return injanuary in las vegas and says he doesn't great but what happens when everyone a look at the headlines is on electric cars and we are all care who his oppoent is. on afternoon live: essex police are given an extra 24 waiting for a plug to become hours to question the driver available? at the moment it‘s not —— opponent. of a lorry in which 39 people going to work. and at the risk of were found dead yesterday. the stowaways are all believed to be chinese. a british man who fought going to work. and at the risk of going off script, you have a guest. liverpool has condemned an offensive with kurdish militia banner that was displayed against the islamic state group has we do. by their travelling fans been convicted of a terrorism during their victory over genk so let‘s find out more in the champions league last night. offence following a retrial. about this story — aidanjames was cleared they say it "perpetuated of attending a terrorist and other market movers — training camp in syria. with gervais williams, a racist stereotype" the number of people found carrying managing director of miton group. and was "completely unacceptable". knives in england and wales has there has been some criticism around uefa will wait for the official risen to its highest level electric vehicles and tesla in match report before deciding since records began ten years ago. whether or not they will particular. do you believe in the police and prosecutors dealt with more than 14,000 offences elon musk story? electric cars in the 12 months to the end ofjune. take any action. definitely have a future but itjust elsewhere last night there was another milestone for lionel messi. depends on how much you are prepared his goal against slavia prague means here's your business he's the first player headlines on afternoon live: to pay for shares. tesla have been to score in 15 consecutive rising and has capitalised at $53 ppi takes its toll. champions league seasons. royal bank of scotland counts the cost of mis—selling payment billion, similar to general motors. he's scored 113 goals protection insurance. in total in the tournament. the bank, which is still 62% owned by the taxpayer, impressive, but still trails says its investment banking division the all time goal—scorer has also had a particularly cristiano ronaldo by 14. challenging three months. tesla make around 360,000 vehicles per year. and general motors make liverpool women will play at anfield in the league 85,000 people may have around 9.5 million. and royal bank for the first time next month. lost theirjob in retail in britain this year. of scotland, there was a big
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they take on rivals everton that's the estimate from the british retail consortium. provision for ppi, the miss —— the the government is facing calls to on sunday november the 17th. overhaul its high street policies. liverpool are the latest women's superleague side to play a fixture at their men's ground. mis—selling of payment protection over 30,000 watched shares in tesla soar by more the manchester derby insurance. have we seen the end of at the etihad stadium in september. than 20% after unveiling this for royal bank of scotland and an unexpected profit can they move on back into private and record car deliveries. teenage golferjosh hill, the company now expects to launch hands? they will be reluctant to say has become the youngest male player model y suv by next summer, to win an official ranking event. this is the last charge but this is and its new "gigafactory" in china has already started towards the end and we have seen the the english player who was born trial production. in dubai is 15 and a half. closing of pp! claims. there will he came out on top at not be many more coming through and the al ain open in the uae. the underlying business is quite and a final round of 62 saw him win the office for national statistics strong, generating more profits. by two shots ahead of fellow has been looking into employment they have seen a downturn in this trends for parents. englishman harry ellis. come up with some particular quarter in their capital markets division and natwest interesting findings. markets, and that has been a driver but because hill is still an amateur he couldn't claim in the share price decline today. the £10,000 prize money. three quarters of mothers that went to ellis instead. twitter shares also taking a hit, that's all the sport for now. nosediving more than 20% before are now in work. trade and they haven‘t recovered much since then. looking at the numbers they are adding people to the social media site, and the over this series of data, we have people on that social media site are seen the rise in flexible working spending more time engaging with adverts, so what‘s the problem? which might have something to do with it. fathers have actually spending more time engaging with
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let's get more on that news we broke adverts, so what's the problem? the problem is they have been collecting in the last few minutes, device data they discovered in the that a british man who fought with a kurdish militia middle of a quarter that was helping against the islamic state group has advertisers target their advertising been convicted of a terrorism got... i don't want to steal tim's and when they realise they shouldn‘t offence following a retrial. thunder. let's go to our statician. collect that data, they have stopped aidan james, from merseyside, was found guilty of attending advertisers collecting that data so a place where terrorist training they are getting much lower income was given in iraq, namely a refugee for the advertising then they got camp at which the proscribed pkk group was present. previously. this problem will work through the next six or 12 months so but he was cleared of attending a terrorist training camp from that point of view the share in syria, which was run price has been marked down very by the non—proscribed ypg militia. june kelly has this report. severely today, coming down 20% dads have always had high employment rates. but there are now more mums today, which is a huge amount of in the workplace than 20 years ago. around $33. thank you forjoining is this part of a longer term trend? us. that‘s all the business news. aidan james set off for syria as you were saying, our latest aidanjames set off for syria in and i hope you will have me back 2017. while hundreds of uk foreign figures from 2019 have shown us that next week! i‘ve put you on the spot fighters headed to the middle east three quarters of mothers are in tojoin so—called fighters headed to the middle east to join so—called islamic state forces, he was one of a much smaller employment in 2019 which compares to now. get your dad in. much more nine in ten fathers and we have seen band of british people on the other side. . he had no military the numberof nine in ten fathers and we have seen the number of mothers in employment sensible. now it's time for the increase substantially over the last experience until he got to the 20 years so it is part of longer region and attended training camps weather with darren bett. term trend. we have seen the number run by two kurdish groups opposed to sunshine and showers. further east of fathers also increase but perhaps we have heavier rain. more showers islamic state. prosecutors said not to as higher rate because there
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terrorist training was been carried out at both camps and just by being we re not to as higher rate because there were more fathers in employment 20 and a forecast from this area of years ago. do we have a sense there, aidan james was of what's behind it? cloud tomorrow but this area of out at both camps and just by being are more mothers in work there, aidanjames was breaking uk because they want to be, law. he eventuallyjoined the front or because they have to be? cloud tomorrow but this area of cloud will bring downpours in line with the kurdish group the ypg, eastern england. heavy rain replaced our data doesn't really give us the mist and fog we started the day a western ally. this man was one of reasons why mothers are choosing to with and even one or two rumbles of go into work but what we have been thunder near london. the heaviest of seeing over the last 20 years is a the rain will push east later this the other british people involved in range of policies that might help afternoon and into the evening and the other british people involved in the fight against islamic state and then the weather front focuses a he met aidan james. young men and parents get back into work so in women thatjoined isis went to join band of showers through northern a death cult that was butchering the 2015, there was a shared parental england and wales. showers fading people of syria. young men and women leave for mothers and fathers and we away and wintry ones return in are seeing tax—free childcare for western scotland. it‘s getting cold here and across northern uk there that joined the parents but also 30 hours' childcare people of syria. young men and women thatjoined the ypg had compassion for the young girl trapped in will be a frost, —4 in northern as well. slavery and the young men and boys the job of childcare falling ireland and further south it will be being shot in ditches. this was disproportionately on mothers. much milder, double figures across almost one third of working mums south wales and the south—west of about protecting people. months before he left the uk, aidanjames, said they'd reduced hours england. many places are starting for childcare reasons dry on friday. showers across who has mental health problems, compared to less than 5% of fathers. northern scotland where it is still windy but cloud will thicken and posted this message on facebook, how are workplaces responding describing how he would bejoining to the challenge facing working mothers in particular? rain pushing in from the south—west. brothers in arms against what he pushing in from northern england called the sikh regime and ideology across northern ireland and the of so—called islamist extremists. —— borders. still looks like a cold day we have noticed both mothers and
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across newcastle, edinburgh and fathers when asked if they are able belfast. the wettest weather will be the sick regime of isis. in the at the start or end of their day, across the north west of england into wales and the south—west, particularly over high ground and it mothers reported a slightly could lead to flooding and maybe different rate. what we have seen is travel disruption as we head into that these changes in the flexible first trial, thejudge instructed working patterns for mothers and the weekend. because that rain keeps thejury to going. it‘s a strong weather front first trial, thejudge instructed the jury to clear aidan james first trial, thejudge instructed fathers and those who don't have the jury to clear aidanjames of the main terrorism charge he was facing. powered by cold air to the north and children which might be behind some of these figures. thanks very much, warm airto the powered by cold air to the north and before the trial, the judge warm air to the south. windy across southern counties of england for a questioned why he was being prosecuted when there had been while but the rain keeps going tim. overnight into saturday and prosecutions in other similar cases. aidan james wrote eventually slides its way prosecutions in other similar cases. aidanjames wrote about his friend and fellow british fighterjack let's have a look at the markets. south—east. showers coming into north—west scotland, northern holmes and another briton, 0liver ireland as well. as the rain clears down it will turn colder from the hall, who were both killed. his lawyers argue the british people north, particularly chile across northern england and wales. the last we re lawyers argue the british people were fighting in the same side as global stocks have been rising the us military and british special generally, bank of scotland down of the mild air stuck across almost 3%. they have seen a 1 south—east england but it will turn forces. 0verhead, the raf are billion write off as a result of wet during the day. the weather carrying out air strikes. with the front moving away, lingering over recent american pull—out, the the english channel, bringing cold ppi, astrazeneca the big writer. air across the whole country. kurdish fighters that britain supported have faced a new offensive showers on sunday but most will be by turkish troops. aidanjames
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across northern scotland. many they're one of the biggest places with a dry day elsewhere. a returned home in 2018 and became the bands in the world — lot of sunshine and breezy across but coldplay have decided to reveal their latest album tracks north and east areas of the uk with first anti—islamic state fighter to in the classified adverts temperatures between nine and 11. face trial, not for going up against of a local paper. islamic state forces but because of coldplay. the camps he went to to learn the big band, small ads. lessons of warfare. announcing the track listing for their first album in four years in the classified section of the northwest daily post. more now on our main story. the advert, for every day life, appeared next to one for a second the 39 people found dead in a refrigerated lorry hand fridge freezer — in essex are believed to be £50 — and another for chinese nationals. a small bale of hay. police are yet to confirm that, and are still in the process it turns out the newspaper didn't of trying to identify them. even realise what a scoop paramedics made the discovery shortly before 2am on wednesday, they had in their own pages. sparking one of the uk's biggest murder inquiries. let's cross to shanghai someone phoned us up late afternoon, a private caller, didn't say who they were, and our correspondent robin brant. but pointed out that the advert had been put in the paper and it how big a story is this in chinese hadn't been anywhere else, just in our paper. turns out it had been in a couple of others but, anyway... media? firstly, it's being reported we don't know who it was, it may have been someone and that is important, china is a from the record company because, to be honest, it is inspired marketing, it really is. country that is dominated by state and the reason coldplay chose the paper? their guitarist, jonny buckland,
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run media and has extensive grew up near there, explaining on social media that he once had a holidayjob at the paper, censorship, especially in mainland placing the photos of houses that china, so it is being reported by were on sale, adding that he wasn't very good at it. the big chinese language and english in recent years, acts have tried language newspaper, and also by the different years to make a splash, with the release of an album. in 2016, beyonce's lemonade appeared online overnight, domestic state—run news agency. they as a complete surprise. are talking about shock. we've seen this arriving from nowhere tactic is now known, in the industry, as doing a beyonce. are talking about shock. we've seen a statement from china's ambassador to london on twitter full stop that back in 2007, radiohead broke service is technically banned here new ground with in rainbows, letting fans pay what they felt in china. he's spoken about reading the news with a heavy heart. it is it was worth. being reported but beyond the very u2‘s new album, songs of innocence, basic information that we know, there is not much else to go on. we is going out for free... do know that chinese embassy staff where you are in the uk are going to ..while, in 2014, u2 infuriated many essex to assist in the process of by signing a deal with apple, trying to identify these 31 men in meaning their album appeared forfree on iphones these eight women but they dart many all around the world, whether people wanted it or not. coldplay‘s tactics questions about, firstly, who are
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have gone down better. they? where do they come from? why the thing is now because of streaming, because of everyone releasing did they leave china if it was china new work on a friday, it is just so jam—packed that they originally left to get to with marketing ploys and big album launches, that finding these viral guerilla the uk? what are the pull factors, techniques to get new music out there is so unique and i think so to speak? that will be an issue coldplay has smashed it, really. and with all the interest for the chinese government because that's not something they will want surrounding the coldplay album, good afternoon. you‘re watching bbc to focus on. no. some of the talk at it seems likely that, news. the prime minister boris when it comes out in november, johnson has called a meeting of his the moment is, why has this happened it'll sell enough for them to be cabinet this afternoon with mounting able to afford a few second—hand speculation that he might seek a ain? the moment is, why has this happened again? in previous reports, we have fridges — or even a bale of hay. snap general election. leaders from reminded of a very similar event in the european union are deciding to tomorrow whether to grant the uk a 2000 when 58 chinese people were three month extension but both the found in the back of a lorry at dover which had come in the same conservative party and labour are facing divisions about the way route from belgium and they had all suffocated because the vents had one band member used to write for forward. the prime minister spoke to been closed. we had the death of 23 the newspaper. now it's time for a journalists just a little while ago. this is what he had to say. you have chinese workers, cockle pickers, in look at the weather. morecambe bay in 2004 and the just finished the cabinet, what have circumstances of their deaths were you decided? what we have decided as different but both of those cases we have a way forward for this
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involved organised crime, taking country and the eu. we have a great those people illegally into the uk. deal on brexit and for the first more rain in the forecast from this time in three and a half years we don't know if that is the case with what has happened or what is area of cloud bringing the downpours parliament voted to endorse a way happening in essex at the moment but and eastern parts of england. we've out of the eu, the video i was able it is fairto happening in essex at the moment but had some heavy rain replacing that it is fair to assume that there is a to do with their friends and high probability that that could mist and fog that we started the day with and there has even been one or partners, but unfortunately they indeed be the case. robin, thank you also voted to delay final approval two ru m bles with and there has even been one or two rumbles of thunder near london. very much. robin in shanghai with the heaviest of the rain will be of that endorsement. what that the latest. pushing eastwards and then this weather front focuses a band of means, if this parliament is anything to go by, that delay could go on for a very long time and i'm showers across northern england and ina in a moment, victoria fritz is into wales. the ship was fading away afraid it looks as though our eu making her debut on the programme. but wintry ones returning to the friends are going to respond to northwest of scotland. across parliament's request i have an extension, which i really don't want but first the headlines. northern parts of the uk, there will at all. so the way to the 39 people found dead in a lorry bea northern parts of the uk, there will be a frost. minus four celsius in northern ireland and much milder in essex: as investigations continue further south, double figures across here and in belgium — it's emerged the victims south wales in southwest england. were all chinese nationals. many places to start dry on friday, they will be a few showers across northern scotland when it is still a british man who fought with windy stop the cloud thickening and kurdish forces against islamic state rain pushing in from the southwest, heading northwards through wales and northern england towards northern ireland in the borders. for group. newcastle and belfast, it looks like the number of people found carrying
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being a very cold day on friday. knives in england and wales has risen to its highest level much milderfurther being a very cold day on friday. much milder further south being a very cold day on friday. much milderfurther south in the midlands toward the southeast where since records began ten years ago. there won't be a lot of rain here's your business headlines on afternoon live: probably. the wettest weather across ppi takes its toll. the northwest of england and the royal bank of scotland counts the cost of mis—selling payment southwest, particularly over high protection insurance. ground which could lead to flooding and may be some travel disruption as we head into the weekend. the rain the bank, which is still 62% owned by the taxpayer, just keeps going, it's a strong says its investment banking division has also had a particularly weather front, powered just keeps going, it's a strong weatherfront, powered by cold challenging three months. just keeps going, it's a strong weather front, powered by cold air to the north and warm air to the south, quite windy for a while across southern counties of england 85,000 people may have lost theirjob in retail but that rain just keeps going overnight and into saturday. in britain this year. that's the estimate eventually sliding its way towards from the british retail consortium. eastern areas through the day. quite a few showers coming into the government is facing calls to overhaul its high—street policies. north—western parts of scotland shares in tesla soar by more than 20% after unveiling towards northern ireland as well. the rain clears down and it's going an unexpected profit to be turning colderfrom and record car deliveries. the rain clears down and it's going to be turning colder from the the rain clears down and it's going to be turning colderfrom the north, the company now expects to launch particularly chilly, the last of any model y suv by next summer, and its new "gigafactory" mild air in the southeast of in china has already started trial production. england. the weather front should linger away, allowing colder air to push into the whole of the country. we've known the high street has been there will be showers around on
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in trouble for some time. sunday, most northern parts of now we've got some numbers on it. scotland. many places will have a dry day elsewhere, a lot of so often we're hear fretting sunshine, breezy across northern aboutjobs going in manufacturing. areas of the uk, temperatures around 5,000 jobs under threat in scu nthorpe over nine to 11 celsius. british steel's future. but let's talk about the 85,00 jobs gone over the last year. that's number the british retail consortium have put on the figures. it's to do with high—profile administrations like bathstore. retailers plan to hire people for hello, you're watching the christmas season. many of them afternoon live, i'm simon mccoy. today at 4pm... will be temporary, not full—time. essex police are given an extra 24 this is what the chief hours to question the driver executive of the brc, helen dickinson had to say. of a lorry in which 39 people
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were found dead in essex yesterday. mps rally around when we see job the stowaways are all believed to be chinese. losses in other industries but when there is simply not enough being done in terms of security, we talk about job losses in retail, in terms of the protection it seems to fall on deaf ears and of vehicles across europe. we need to be working far more with the europeans but, these are no less importantjobs in you know, there lies an issue localjobs, they are often entry in terms of brexit. a british man who fought leveljobs for people who may not with kurdish militia against the islamic state group has have lots of qualifications and this been convicted of a terrorism offence following a retrial. is against a backdrop of a aidanjames was cleared though transformation we are seeing in the of attending a terrorist retail industry, technology is training camp in syria. changing the way that we all shop and retailers are wanting to invest reports of divisions in the cabinet over the best way forward on brexit have been played down by government sources. in innovation and digital and in it's thought eu leaders that technology and what we don't will make a decision tomorrow haveis that technology and what we don't on whether to grant a further have is the policy environment, the brexit extension. the number of people found carrying government policies to enable that knives in england and wales to happen and that's why we are has risen to its highest level seeing such significant job since records began ten years ago. to happen and that's why we are police and prosecutors dealt with more than 14,000 offences in the 12 months to the end ofjune. seeing such significantjob losses. let's talk about electric cars. coming up on afternoon live, tesla has caused quite all the sport with holly hamilton. thank you. a blow for wales ahead of
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a buzz on wall street. their semifinal clash with south africa this weekend. full back liam tesla shares were up 20% before they williams has been ruled out after suffering an ankle injury. more on started trading on wall street that at 4:30pm. today. people are wondering what is going on. let's head to wall street darren bett has all the weather. and speak to samir hussein in new hello, this morning's may and fog has been washed away by some very york. some very good news coming out heavy rain we had earlier on in eastern england. that is moving away but there is more rain in the forecast for tomorrow and saturday. of the united states. as the electric dream really going to take how wet is it going to be and where the rain is going to be falling, i will tell you later on. flight? a lot of investors were thanks, darren. really surprised by what the ceo of also coming up — tesco elon musk had to say. he said read all about it... coldplay take an unconventional route to announce the track—listing for their upcoming album, placing an advert in local newspapers around the world. in the third quarter you are going to see the company turn a profit and surprising everybody, he did. what they managed to do over the last couple of quarters was cut costs, streamline their business, they made and delivered more tesla cars than hello, everyone, this is afternoon live. i'm simon mccoy. anyone expected them to and as a police have released more details about the 39 people found
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result of all of these glowing dead in a refrigerated lorry in essex. they are all believed to have been chinese nationals, and they include eight women and 31 men. results, officers have been granted a further 24 hours to question the driver of the lorry, 25—year—old mo robinson, who has been arrested on suspicion of murder. we are seeing shares skyrocket and police in northern ireland have raided three houses investors are loving what tesla have and the national crime agency said to say. they are adding more people it was trying to identify organised crime networks which may have been involved. essex police say the case to say. they are adding more people to the site and the people on the is the largest murder investigation site at engaging more. what appears in its history. john kay reports. to be the problem? the problem for remembering 39 strangers. people living near the scene have twitter is there is good news coming been reflecting upon the dozens out of that firstly, they have set of chinese nationals, found dead, just after their daily average users are up 17% they arrived in britain. from the same time last year. that's their desperation shows a metric that twitter is now using that this society we live in is not right somewhere. instead of the monthly average user because they feel like they can say just think of the people that were in the van, in the lorry, to advertisers, "every day you are and trying to find a new life seeing this many people looking at adverts on twitter." that said, we and not succeeding, unfortunately.
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saw that profit and revenue are down sharply for twitter so from an the bulgarian—registered lorry and refrigeration trailer have now advertiser point of view, they could been driven away from the quiet road like what twitter have to say but if where the discovery was made. you're an investor trading the the police say, one by one, stock, you are not happy to see the 39 bodies will be removed, in private and with dignity. profit and revenue is down so sharply and that's why you are 31 men and eight women. seeing stock price tank by about 20% in trading in the last 20 minutes or the start of what is likely to be a lengthy and complex identification process. so. essex police are still questioning the lorry driver in trading in the last 20 minutes or on suspicion of murder. so. your twitter addict, aren't you? i'm a twitter addict. we don't have he has been named, locally, as 25—year—old mo robinson, from portadown in county armagh. three properties in northern ireland have been searched by police. so, what do we know time to look at the markets. will do about this week's incident? according to the belgian that next time. thank you, victoria. authorities, the container arrived in the port of zeebrugge at around 2:30pm on tuesday. now, if you're the it left there later that afternoon, biggest—selling british band of the 21st century, heading across the channel. you're probably confident enough to look for new ways it arrived in purfleet, for publicise your new album. coldplay have adopted a low—key in essex, just after midnight method of revealing the names and at 1:05am yesterday, of the tracks in their upcoming album. the trailer was
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they've been listed collected by a lorry. in the classified adverts of local about half an hour later, newspapers in north wales. and a couple of miles away, 0ur entertainment correspondent ambulance staff discovered colin paterson has the story. the bodies of 39 adults, coldplay. big band, small ads. inside the container, on the waterglade industrial park. announcing the track listing for their first album in four years news that the dead are all from china will bring back memories in the classified section of another incident nearly 20 years of the northwest daily post. ago, when 58 chinese immigrants the advert, for everyday life, were found suffocated appeared next to one for a second inside a lorry in dover. hand fridge freezer — £50 — and another for it took months for some a small bale of hay. of them to be identified. it turns out the newspaper didn't since then, checks at our major even realise what a scoop they had in their own pages. ports have increased, someone phoned us up late but critics say quieter ports, afternoon, a private caller, like purfleet, can still be vulnerable. didn't say who they were, but pointed out that the advert had there is simply not enough been put in the paper and it being done in terms of security, hadn't been anywhere else, in terms of the protection just in our paper. of vehicles across europe. turns out it had been in a couple of others but, anyway... we need to be working far more with the europeans, we don't know who it was, but there lies an issue, it may have been someone in terms of brexit and how close from the record company because, to be honest, it is inspired we can influence some of the things marketing, it really is. that need to be done, and the reason coldplay to try and stop these chose the paper? things from happening. their guitarist, jonny buckland, that is just one area grew up near there, explaining
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on social media that he once had that is now being considered. a holidayjob at the paper, police are stressing these placing the photos of houses that were on sale, adding that he wasn't are very early days, very good at it. the start of a long, complex, international in recent years, acts have tried different years to make a splash, investigation. with the release of an album. in 2016, beyonce's lemonade appeared online overnight, as a complete surprise. our correspondent simonjones joins this arriving from nowhere tactic is now known, us now from purfleet. in the industry, as doing a beyonce. a back in 2007, radiohead broke us now from purfleet. huge investigation. essex p( new ground with in rainbows, letting fans pay what they felt are a huge investigation. essex police are describing this as the biggest it was worth. investigation for murder in the u2‘s new album, songs of innocence, history of the force. it is also international, it is being is going out for free... investigated in belgium because the container was first loaded onto a while, in 2014, u2 infuriated many ship in zeebrugge, eventually ending up by signing a deal with apple, ship in zeebrugge, eventually ending up here in purfleet. there is still meaning their album appeared forfree on iphones a police presence here. it will also all around the world, whether people wanted it or not. involve the chinese authorities, coldplay‘s tactics plus authorities in bulgaria, have gone down better. because the lorry was registered to the thing is now because of streaming, everyone releasing that country, although bulgaria said it hadn't been there for a couple of
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new work on a friday, yea rs. it is just so jam—packed it hadn't been there for a couple of years. since we last spoke, a couple with marketing ploys of developments in this story. and big album launches, firstly, the police have been given that finding these viral guerilla more time to question the chief techniques to get new music out there is so unique and i think suspect, the lorry driver. they were coldplay has smashed it, really. granted a 24—hour extension earlier today. we have also heard the home and with all the interest surrounding the coldplay album, secretary priti patel came to speak to police here in essex, to be it seems likely that, when it comes out in november, briefed first—hand on this major it'll sell enough for them to be investigation. she described the able to afford a few second—hand death of these 39 people as fridges, or even a bale of hay. colin paterson, bbc news. horrific. and the investigation is now widening globally with the news that the victims are chinese, there is an inquiry there and also in zeebrugge, now it's time for a of course. look at the weather. yes, very much taking on an international perspective and the authorities will be very keen to the weather is not grey across many work closely together to try to parts of the country. we got rain understand the passage that these coming in from the atlantic for the chinese people may have taken. one start of the weekend and this is the of the key considerations is to try cloud bringing the rain today, to work out where exactly they might replacing the mist and fog we had this morning so this is the scene in have been put on this container. was
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it zeebrugge or did it happen london a short while ago, the rain somewhere before that? what essex tumbling down, very heavy for a while, there was even some thunder. police are keen to stress, as they have said right since the start of a wet weather will be moving away the investigation, is it isn't going over the next few hours and showers to be quick and it isn't going to be will push down on the weather front easy. they are warning that it might into northern england and north ta ke easy. they are warning that it might wales before fading away and more take some time to identify those who wintry showers this time arriving in have lost their lives. we understand the highlands because the aid is they have begun the process of getting colder. very cold across the removing the bodies from the back of the container and, shortly, we are uk, it could be minus four celsius expecting the first bodies to be put in northern ireland. it could be double figures in southwest england in private ambulances and taken for postmortem examinations, but the and south wales. many places tomorrow will start dry, we got police say only once the showers and gales in the far north examinations have ta ken police say only once the examinations have taken place on all 39 bodies can they begin the task of of scotla nd showers and gales in the far north of scotland but the cloud thickens trying to identify the people who and we get cloud from the atlantic. have been involved in this. and to that is pushing across wales, heavy give you an idea of how long it rain here in northern england into might take, if we refer back to the the borders in northern ireland, meeting the cold air saw awful events of the year 2000, when temperatures on the low side, i cold 58 chinese migrants were discovered today for newcastle and belfast. deadin 58 chinese migrants were discovered dead in the back of a lorry in much milder in the south, not too dover, it took several weeks to much rain in the southeast of england. the wettest weather on identify the people who died. also,
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friday and into saturday will be in the northwest of england over wales harrowing details from back down from two people who actually and the southwest of england, survived, who said they were banging on the side of the container as the especially over high ground, some very heavy rain that will lead to airwas running on the side of the container as the air was running out. here, there the risk of travel disruption. we we re air was running out. here, there were no survivors but it gives you have this strong weather front that some idea of what the people might have been through in what has been is powered by the temperature described as an awful tragedy. contrast north and south, the mild airand cold airand thank you very much, simonjones in contrast north and south, the mild air and cold air and it's not moving very far, hence the total is adding purfleet. as you've been hearing, the trailer arrived in purfleet up on the river thames from zeebrugge very far, hence the total is adding up overnight. into saturday we start to see the rain band moving down in belgium, from where we can talk towards the southeast of england, to our correspondent anna holligan. and, of course, the investigation there is going to look at whether the weather improving eventually, showers in the northwest of scotland these 39 were placed, put, however and northern ireland but also they got into this man, whether it drawing down colder air also during happened there. —— van. the afternoon, temperatures will be dropping as that rain clears, still mild in the southeast corner but turning wetter through the day. once they got into this man, whether it happened there. -- van. precisely and this is just a tiny section of that weather front is out of the way, it may linger through the what is a sprawling port here in english channel. we open the door to zeebrugge. just to have a look at cold aircoming the details from the port master, english channel. we open the door to cold air coming down from the north approximately 4,000 containers and a lot of sunshine, windy weather travel from here in zeebrugge to the for northern and eastern scotland. this is where we have seen most of uk every single day. everything from ca rs uk every single day. everything from the showers, a good chance of cars to natural gas, but it is also staying dry, quite a lot of sunshine now a hotspot for these people
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but it will be staying cold, smugglers. in fact, we havejust had temperatures typically nine to 11 reports in the last few minutes that celsius and following on from that, police have detained another group on sunday night, we may well have a of migrants trying to climb a fence frost across more parts of the uk. into a compound of a trucking see you later. company here. it is such a problem, in fact, the uk border force has two permanent teams based here. now, the local mayor says that an average of 50 migrants try to make this crossing every single month and in terms of port security, when the trailers come into the harbour, they are filmed, the drivers are identified. if they have canvas tops on these trailers, then they use co2 sensors to try and detect if there is anyone hidden inside, but if those containers are sealed, then thatis those containers are sealed, then that is not a standard practice and, of course, these 39 people were inside a refrigerated, sealed container, which explains why they had absolutely no way of being able
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to escape by themselves. prosecutors‘ investigations focus on three things. where this trailer began this journey, where did three things. where this trailer began thisjourney, where did it three things. where this trailer hello, you're watching began this journey, where did it set off from, what were its movements afternoon live — i'm simon mccoy. when it entered belgium? so was today at 3pm... essex police are given an extra 24 there an opportunity while it was hours to question the driver here for these people to get on of the lorry in which 39 people were found dead in essex yesterday. board or was that something that the stowaways are all happened earlier in the journey? believed to be chinese. and, finally, how was it possible there is simply not enough being done in terms of security, for them to travel from here in in terms of the protection of vehicles across europe. belgium, in zeebrugge, overto we need to be working far more with the europeans but, for them to travel from here in belgium, in zeebrugge, over to the uk hidden inside that trailer? so you know, there lies an issue thatis uk hidden inside that trailer? so in terms of brexit. that is the focus for the belgian prosecutors now. and are in a british man who fought zeebrugge, thank you very much. —— with kurdish militia against the islamic state group has been convicted of a terrorism offence following a retrial. anna. a british man who fought with a kurdish militia aidanjames was cleared though against the islamic state group has of attending a terrorist been convicted of a terrorism training camp in syria. offence following a retrial. aidan james, from merseyside, was found guilty of attending a place where terrorist training was given in iraq, namely a refugee reports of divisions camp at which the proscribed pkk group was present. in the cabinet over the best way but he was cleared of attending forward on brexit have been played a terrorist training camp down by government sources. in syria, which was run it's thought eu leaders
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will make a decision tomorrow by the non—proscribed ypg militia. on whether to grant a further june kelly has this report. brexit extension. the number of people found carrying knives in england and wales aidan james set off has risen to its highest level since records began ten years ago. for syria in 2017. police and prosecutors dealt while hundreds of uk foreign with more than 14,000 offences in the 12 months fighters headed to the middle east to the end ofjune. coming up on afternoon live, to join so—called islamic state all the sport with holly hamilton. forces, he was one of a much smaller band of britons good afternoon. yes, the build—up on the other side. continues ahead of this weekend's he had no military experience until he got to the region semifinals at the rugby world cup. and attended training camps run today, it was england's turn to by two kurdish groups reveal their starting line—up to face the all blacks. details at 3:30pm. opposed to is. and darren bett has the weather... prosecutors said terrorist training was being carried out at both camps thank you, simon. this morning's and, just by being there, mist orfog thank you, simon. this morning's mist or fog has aidanjames was breaking uk law. thank you, simon. this morning's mist orfog has been replaced by heavy rain across eastern parts of he eventuallyjoined the front line with the kurdish group the ypg, england. there is more rain in the a western ally. forecast for tomorrow and saturday and we will look at where it is going to be wet and how wet later in macer gifford was one of the other the programme. also coming up — british people involved in the fight read all about it... against islamic state and he met coldplay take an unconventional route to announce the track—listing for their upcoming album — placing an advert in local newspapers around the world. aidan james. 01:02:02,094 --> 2147483052:07:45,762 young men and women thatjoined isis 2147483052:07:45,762 --> 4294966103:13:29,430 went to join a death cult
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hello, this is afternoon live. i'm simon mccoy. police have released more details about the 39 people found dead in a refrigerated lorry in essex. they are all believed to have been chinese nationals, and they include eight women and 31 men. the driver of the lorry, mo robinson, has been arrested on suspicion of murder, and is being questioned. officers in northern ireland have raided three houses and the national crime agency said it was trying to identify organised crime networks which may have been involved. essex police say the case is the largest murder investigation in its history. john kay reports. remembering 39 strangers. people living near the scene have been reflecting upon the dozens of chinese nationals, found dead, just after they arrived in britain. their desperation shows
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that this society we live in is not right somewhere. just think of the people that were in the van, in the lorry, and trying to find a new life and not succeeding, unfortunately. the bulgarian—registered lorry and refrigeration trailer have now been driven away from the quiet road where the discovery was made. the police say, one by one, the 39 bodies will be removed, in private, and with dignity. 31 men and eight women. the start of what is likely to be a lengthy and complex identification process. essex police are still questioning the lorry driver on suspicion of murder. he has been named, locally, as 25—year—old mo robinson, from portadown in county armagh. three properties in northern ireland have been searched by police. so, what do we know about this week's incident? according to the belgian authorities, the container arrived
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in the port of zeebrugge at around 2:30pm on tuesday. it left there later that afternoon, heading across the channel. it arrived in purfleet, in essex, just after midnight and at 1:05am yesterday, the trailer was collected by a lorry. about half an hour later, and a couple of miles away, ambulance staff discovered the bodies of 39 adults, inside the container, on the waterglade industrial park. news that the dead are all from china will bring back memories of another incident nearly 20 years ago, when 58 chinese immigrants were found suffocated inside a lorry in dover. it took months for some of them to be identified. since then, checks at our major ports have increased, but critics say quieter ports, like purfleet, can still be vulnerable. there is simply not enough being done in terms of security, in terms of the protection of vehicles across europe. we need to be working far
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more with the europeans, but there lies an issue, in terms of brexit and how close we can influence some of the things that need to be done, to try and stop these things from happening. that is just one area that is now being considered. police are stressing these are very early days, the start of a long, complex, international investigation. 0ur correspondent simonjones gave this update from grays. i think we are talking here about a case of months, potentially, as essex police are determined to get to the truth of what happened. they are describing this as the biggest murder investigation in the history of the force. they say also they wa nt to of the force. they say also they want to carry this out with respect for those who have lost their lives and they also want to be in touch with the families of those who died, but that is going to be a lengthy process because, at the moment, we
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are told that the lorry was removed from here yesterday evening so that the process of removing the bodies could take place at a nearby docks, away from the media spotlight, to preserve the dignity of those involved, but we are told, initially, the coroner has to determine the death of all 39 people involved and it is only then that the process of trying to identify the process of trying to identify the people can actually begin. so we are talking about a lengthy period, the police are keen to stress at all stages, as they have been from the start of this investigation, that it isn't going to be quick, it isn't going to be easy but it involves very much an international element, too. as you've been hearing, the trailer arrived in purfleet on the river thames from zeebrugge in belgium, from where we can talk to our correspondent anna holligan. anna, crucial to the questioning is at what point, where did these victims, as they now are, where did they get onto that lorry? precisely.
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this is just they get onto that lorry? precisely. this isjust a they get onto that lorry? precisely. this is just a small section of what isa this is just a small section of what is a sprawling port here, 4,000 containers cross into the uk every single day and it is also a known route for people smugglers. there are actually two permanent uk border force tea m are actually two permanent uk border force team is based here at this port in belgium. in terms of the port in belgium. in terms of the port security, we have been speaking to the harbour master here and he said the lorries are filmed as they come into the port. the drivers are identified. and then c02 detectors are used, sensors, to see if anyone inside the canvas topped trailers is hidden inside, but that is not done for the sealed containers. so, for example, the refrigerated trailers, they are only checked if there is any kind of indication that the seals have been tampered with. they also, of course, use sniffer dogs and various other types of security here, so the trailers are weighed as they board the ferry is to cross over. we have been speaking to the
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police, one belgian police officer told the bbc this would be the first time that he had ever come across chinese nationals boarding a lorry here. and this is part of the focus of the prosecutor's investigation, three key questions. where did that lorry begin its journey, three key questions. where did that lorry begin itsjourney, where did the trailer begin its journey? what we re the trailer begin its journey? what were its movements inside belgium? asi were its movements inside belgium? as i was there an opportunity here for people to board or were they indeed already inside? and then how on earth were they able to travel from here in belgium to the uk undetected inside that are sealed, refrigerated container? so that is all the focus of the investigation. now, it is little surprise that they travelled from here. the local may have said they come across 50 migrants every month —— the local mayor. trying to make this trip from belgium to the uk. and he speculated
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these numbers are rising because of brexit, he said that people are afraid it might be one of their last chances to cross into the uk before the border controls increase, so it is not a surprise they have taken this route, but what is a surprise is that their nationality, suspected to have been chinese nationals inside that trailer. 39 people now confirmed dead. anna, thank you very much. joining me now to discuss this is maya goodfellow. she is the author of 01:09:32,891 --> 2147483052:11:31,160 hostile environment: how 2147483052:11:31,160 --> 4294966103:13:29,430 immigrants became scapegoats.
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