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this is bbc news — our latest headlines. a 27—year—old man, who cannot be named for legal reasons, is found guilty of murdering grace millane, the british backpacker strangled to death in new zealand. ms millane's parents paid tribute to her, hello, you're watching outside the city's high court afternoon live — i'm carrie gracie. after the verdict. today at 2. a 27 year old man is found guilty of murdering grace millane, the british backpacker strangled nigel farage unveils the brexit party's policies for the election — not a manifesto, he says, to death in new zealand. but a contract with the people. she met her killer on a tinder date. grace's parents wept when the jury a man who shot his heavily returned their verdict. pregnant ex—wife dead this will be with us with a crossbow has been found for the rest of our lives. grace was a beautiful, guilty of her murder. talented, loving daughter. grace was our sunshine and she will be missed forever. sport now on afternoon live with jane dougall, and the draw has nigel farage unveils been made for football's the brexit party's policies euro 2020 play—offs(jane for the election — will talk about euro draw. not a manifesto, he says, but a contract with the people. been made for football's euro 2020 play—offs. yes, england have already qualified than they did so through the the brexit party are at the party of traditional route. scotland on the other hand don't make it easy for
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the new radicals, that is who we themselves, they got a play—off are. we want to bring politics and place by winning their nations the group and in the draw, they got oui’ are. we want to bring politics and our democracy into the 21st—century. israel. scotland have beaten israel three times out of the last four times they played, so that is promising. the match will be at hampden so a home match on march 26 i'm an norwich healing from voters with the winner going through to about the issues that matter most to face either norway or serbia, so them, mental health services and the that's pretty tough, and that will impact of climate change. be for a place in the finals next a man who shot his heavily summer. scotland are 36 places above pregnant ex—wife dead with a crossbow has been found israel in the fifa ranking so that guilty of her murder. bodes well for them. some of the coming up on afternoon live ties but already determined by seedings, including northern ireland and republic of ireland. if northern all the sport — jane dougall. ireland wind away at bosnia, the match to decide if they reach the tournament will be at home in scotland will face israel in their one—off euro 2020 belfast and it could be against the play—off semi—final at hampden, while northern ireland republic of ireland if they beat will host republic of ireland in belfast if both sides win their respective semi—finals. slovakia. the play—off draw took place in switzerland, 16 teams are competing for the final four places of the tournament. that will be hosted across 12 countries next thanks jane, chris has year. all the weather — chris. hosted across 12 countries next yea r. let's
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persistent rain makes a return this hosted across 12 countries next year. let's turn to jose hosted across 12 countries next year. let's turn tojose mourinho at weekend, ed chris it could cause totte n ha m. and chelsea's frank lampard has been speaking about his former manager jose mourinho joining tottenham. some problems. chelsea travel to play the defending champions manchester city for the also coming up — lengthy sentences elite match tomorrow is about the for two treasure hunters who stole conference today, frank lampard was a viking hoard worth asked about jose conference today, frank lampard was asked aboutjose mourinho because he isa asked aboutjose mourinho because he is a swapper boss when he played millions of pounds. under him at chelsea. 0f is a swapper boss when he played under him at chelsea. of course is a swapper boss when he played under him at chelsea. 0f coursejose mourinho has been announced as a new totte n ha m mourinho has been announced as a new tottenham manager this week. unsurprisingly, lampard was very complimentary about his old boss, it was well known they had a good relationship and it was quite a surprise thatjose mourinho was hello everyone — this is afternoon live. given the tottenham job and so a man who strangled a british quickly but if lampard was asked backpacker and hid her body whether he might have taken a job at inside a suitcase has been found white hart lane, he has a definitive guilty of her murder. answer. i can firmly say no and you grace millane was killed the night before her 22nd can replay that again in ten years birthday last december. or whatever you want. it wouldn't happen but things are different. her parents wept in court jose mourinho worked with a lot of as the jury returned its unanimous verdict. football clu bs jose mourinho worked with a lot of football clubs and we have to her father said the family respect is right to work. on the had been "ripped apart" other hand, i was here for 13 years by grace's ‘brutal‘ death. asa other hand, i was here for 13 years as a player, had the league might a court suppression order has ruled have an absolutely deep feeling for that the man's identity cannot be the club. i went to manchester city
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disclosed and bans media from naming at the end of my career but chelsea and picturing him. shaimaa khalil reports is somewhere very close to my heart hence why i'm so proud to manage from the court in auckland. this club and why unfortunately i a family united in grief. wouldn't manage tottenham which is no disrespect to them, a lot of my david and gillian millane leaving friends are tottenham fans, arsenal fa ns friends are tottenham fans, arsenal court after their daughter's killer fans but there are feelings when you're in it that you just wouldn't was convicted of murder. do. not that respectful to the cop but just because of do. not that respectful to the cop butjust because of what chelsea has grace was taken away given me over my time here as a from us in the most brutal player and what they've given me fashion a year ago. now. it's something not on my list. our lives and family have been ripped apart. grace was a beautiful, talented, loving daughter, don't worry, we will go back 17 grace was our sunshine, yea rs. don't worry, we will go back 17 years. stranger things have and she will be missed forever. happened. to cricket, england have a marginal advantage of new zealand after the second day of the first she did not deserve to be murdered in such a barbaric way. test. then stokes up just nine —— this is grace millane, the night before her 22nd after the second day of the first test. then stokes upjust nine —— my out just test. then stokes upjust nine —— my outjust nine test. then stokes upjust nine —— my out just nine runs test. then stokes upjust nine —— my outjust nine runs short of the birthday in december. century then a lower order collapse the last time she was seen alive. but england managed to post a respectable 353 in the first innings grace's killer appeared in court today, his identity cannot and then reduce new zealand 244—4. be disclosed for now, 0ur sport was watching. some follow due to a court suppression order. cctv showed the pair out drinking, but within hours, england's cricketers everywhere for days like this. delicate but he can she was strangled in his apartment.
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this is the killer telling police why he didn't call an ambulance to help grace. do anything with a bad, we know that. stokes 91 try to expand. i dialled 111. but i didn't hit the button. because i was scared stunning catch by one of new zealand's great spot ross taylor's at how bad it looked. celebrations were measured. he knew he had dropped 60 day before. could why did you think it looked bad? someone else make runs? josh butler well, there's a dead person in my room. helped england to a total of 353 the jury heard that which was pretty big but these after the murder, the man searched online for "how things are relative. that's a to dispose of a corpse". he also watched extreme pornography. grandstand new zealand style. sam curran is compact but nippy. he they also saw him going on a date with another woman while grace's body was still in his room. struck first lbw as england bowled. this is him later, moving the body in a suitcase. nowjack struck first lbw as england bowled. now jack leach struck first lbw as england bowled. nowjack leach spin bowler. he then buried it in a shallow grave struck first lbw as england bowled. now jack leach spin bowler. they catch gave england their second in bushland outside auckland. the defence argued that grace died wicket. that is leach without accidentally, that this was a consensual sex act gone wrong, glasses for the kane williamson but the jury did not believe it. surprise, deflected the ball to the
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field for the big moment, new on's they heard forensic evidence of how caption out for 51. current again. grace endured sustained pressure on her neck for five to ten minutes. now everyone knows joffre they also heard the prosecution caption out for 51. current again. now everyone knowsjoffre offer our gerbils fast. henry nichols was argument that the killer sexualised her death by taking intimate photos of her dead body. assessed and dead bat on, new zealand finished with a four wickets grace's murder shocked this nation. down, 209 behind but most important, at the time, the country's prime minister could not another reminder on how much you hide her emotions. on behalf of new zealand, need all the protection you can get. i want to apologise to grace's family. your daughter should have been safe here and she wasn't and i andy murray is expected to play in am sorry for that. the next hour in germany. he was arrested yesterday. more on the bbc the outpouring of sorrow and support was felt strongly sport website. by grace's family. we would like to thank the people of new zealand. —— he was rested yesterday. as part of our election coverage, we'll be looking in detail they have opened their hearts at how digital and social media platforms are being used as part to grace and ourfamily. of political campaigns. joining me now in the studio we must return home and try isjoe tidy, who's been closely and pick up the pieces watching how the election is being fought online. of our lives, and day—to—day, first up, the brexit party launch — what are people without our beloved grace.
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saying about that online? today's verdict may give there's an attack advert onjeremy corbyn from the sun the family some closure. trending right now. but it will not take away from the pain and the suffering they have had to endure. there was a parody here. i had to google this, the advert and the and shaima khalil has given us this actress. but it has done very well update from auckland — for the conservatives, it was not explaining how the trial has been then put it out, it was the son politics. that was last night. followed in new zealand anyway a few hours, a video from new zealand is a country that praise momentum which is a parody on the itself on jose fit is, coca—cola adverts. this one cuts new zealand is a country that praise itself onjose fit is, being welcoming and a destination for across more of a generational divide, very iconic advert but it's been doing really well, only out for backpackers around the world. —— a couple of hours but i've just seen it's self on how safe it is. she in the last few minutes before i came on, it has been removed from twitter, the video... it says this came here on a backpacking holiday and the raw emotion we shall from has been taken down because a the family, that came pouring in at copyright and i just has been taken down because a copyright and ijust had from coca—cola in the last 45 seconds or the family, that came pouring in at the time when it happened, families took their children to the area so, saying we've been made aware of where greece was my body was found a social post from momentum using to pay their respects and that footage from the coca—cola christmas advert in the film is no way stayed with the family because the endorsed by the coca—cola company and we've not given permission for
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father thanked the people of new any footage be used in this way, and we are taking steps to ensure this zealand for their support. we also is removed. bit embarrassing. why saw great emotion and say the courtroom from the family, the tense track big trouble. momentjust before the verdict was announced, they held hands and broke and speaking of twitter, it's actually an important landmark today as this is the first day down in tears when it was announced. when paid—for political ads we could see members of the jury are banned. crying as they left the courtroom. depends if you think it is good or bad. but no political advertising on the grudge address them and said twitter. it is not a big platform this was a very difficult and highly complex case and we know that for this in the uk, namely the us but in the last election, 3 million grace's murderer will be sentenced was spent on facebook, 50,000 spent on the 21st of fibre. s february. on twitter but this is an important thing for the campaign group to try and grow their audiences by paying. that is one of the reasons why the ceo said we will stop this because in his words, he said audience reach the brexit party has unveiled its policies for the election, should be earned and not bought. promising "fundamental change" i've been checking twitter almost for the uk after it leaves everyday the election began and no the european union. instead of a traditional manifesto, the party's leader nigel farage party though leaders have been using, that i've seen. but i did see published what he called a ‘contract lots of pro—remain groups using it with the people'. to get the last minute followers he promised to raise two hundred billion pounds by withholding eu contributions,
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added on and you saw there that was redirecting foreign aid an advert for best for britain which and scrapping hs2. he also said the party would get rid of the house area an advert for best for britain which are a pro remained well funded group with big donors but they are one of of lords and reform the supreme court. tom symonds has been following the launch and a warning his report contains some flash photography. the biggest purchasers of adverts as they have not even been in existence for one year, and his party has been taunted well. stepping back from the for not having any policies, except the one which was in argy—bargy and the process, can you the name of the party. get a picture at this point of how so, what has he been well each of the parties is doing launching today? well, it is a contract digitally? we've had some really with the people, as he calls it, good stats from bbc monitoring with not a manifesto, but it does have some promises, including the promise my colleagues upstairs and this is of radical thinking. what you're looking at. the thing we are most none of those things will happen what you're looking at. the thing we a re most interested what you're looking at. the thing we are most interested in total, this with the conservative party is the total interactions. likes, and the labour party. comments, shares, video views and they don't want any fundamental change or reform to the system once again we talked about this last at all, and i detect there is a big week but the first week, labour change of mood out there in the country. party were off to a flying start and they were ruling the roost in a this is something that will become sense on social media. 0nce part of the mainstream debate. they were ruling the roost in a sense on social media. once again whether it is over the next three last weekend this week, the conservatives are doing much in weeks, whether it is in time, terms of interactions than the i don't know the answer, but the need and desire for political and institutional labour party, lib dems in third reform is enormous. place, interestingly uk independent, the party wants a clean break from the eu, without paying any more i think that you say brexit party. i
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money, money which nigel farage wants to spend on road, rail, haven't noticed that. the overall headlines are there has been an high streets, cancelling overall rise in the total interactions across the board this week, possibly boosted by the the interest student loans and costing cutting debate, launch of the labour the cost of living. as yet, three and a half years on, ma nifesto debate, launch of the labour manifesto and we are seeing that there has been nothing this is now voter is starting to be for the little people, much more engaged in the election. nothing for the ordinary people the tories are ahead on all three whatsoever, as our politics platforms, jeremy corbyn is the best and our debate around the economy social media performer of all the continues to be dominated by giant party leaders in the campaign with his post consistently getting high corporate noble business. engagement rates. you have to take all this with a pinch of salt because that doesn't necessarily corporate global business. mean it will mean more votes on some starting with cuts to vat on domestic fuel and hoping that of the interactions as well are not importing products from outside the eu will lead to lower prices. positive. fascinating stuff. with extinction rebellion outside, there was almost nothing on climate prince andrew has today resigned as a patron change, except planting trees. for london met university — the move comes following the controversy over his links to convicted paedophilejeffrey epstein. the duke of york, seen today the brexit party may have signed up horseriding with the queen, former conservative ann widdecombe, but it is not fielding enough — stood down from royal duties for the "foreseeable candidates to win this election. future" this week. nigel farage has described his he has faced a growing backlash since his bbc party as a start—up. interview last weekend. earlier today the royal perhaps he's hoping to disrupt philharmonic orchestra announced an existing political market. that they would be the latest
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without us, there will be no genuine brexit. organisation to drop the duke. we know want to lead the next phase, which is a political revolution that we now want to lead the next phase, which is a political revolution that puts the ordinary people first. police say they have arrested a man thank you. from northern ireland as part in the end, it is the populist of their inquiry into the deaths of 39 vietnamese pitch, vote for us, we are not part migrants whose bodies were found in a refrigerated lorry of the westminster status quo. container in essex last month. the 23—year—old was arrested in beaconsfield on suspicion of conspiracy to traffic people and conspiracy to assist and we can get more unlawful immigration. now from tom symonds from westminster. the talk of political revolution, what we see there is nigel farage firefighters are battling to stop and a couple of weeks ago was the spread of a huge fire at a hotel opposite eastbourne pier. disunity within his party over the blaze at the victorian—era whether to stand back for the claremont hotel broke out this morning. tories, have the got themselves flames have destroyed the roof united around this contract they and are still burning inside. firefighters with twelve fire have published today and is at a engines have been pumping water from the sea to try and fight the blaze. party abroad strength? now party it's being reported that everyone that seems to have come in behind inside was safely evacuated. the strategy of not trying to take on conservative candidates who have been successful in the past. he is an independent think tank is warning
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the length of hospital waiting lists in northern ireland making strong the points that the shows parts of the health service target as labour leave voters who there have collapsed. the nuffield trust says some patients have to endure agonising waits for treatment which wouldn't voted labour but also to leave the happen if they lived eu. he said this morning and at this elsewhere in the uk. 0ur ireland correspondent press c0 nfe re nce eu. he said this morning and at this press conference launch but there we re press conference launch but there were 5 million votes up for grabs emma vardy reports. and the labour leave box of voters, people who might be willing to wood a formerfirefighter, eugene hayes is now battling for the brexit party who may not be to save his eyesight. he is one of more than 6,000 people willing to vote on 17th never having in northern ireland waiting for a cataracts operation — done that but the reality check team some waiting several years. i have been told i am 6,555th tells us that is about three or 4 on the list, and that is only million, the figures are not to see a consultant. entirely set out. there is still from the age of 40, you have more chance of going blind, and i am 52. itjust really scares me. something for him to get but it is i don't want to go going to be difficult. he cannot win what every party wants which is a blind, i really don't. majority because he is not even running and that number of seats figures obtained by the bbc show will use looking to take seats here patients in northern ireland and there and disrupt what is going are waiting years for treatment across a range of conditions. on in the political system at the 251 weeks for gastroenterology, 223 weeks for neurology and 238 moment. thank you. weeks for a child to see an allergy the welsh nationalists, plaid cymru, specialist — that's about four years.
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launched their election manifesto this morning. speaking at an event in a village just north of cardiff, the plaid leader adam price called for a huge investment in green energy to help fund a new, independent wales ——and called the think tank the nuffield trust independent wales — and called says that a wait of even 12 months would be highly unusualfor many for a second brexit referendum. our news correspondent patients elsewhere in the uk and, tomos morgan was at the launch here in northern ireland, and joins me now. there are warnings there is now what stood out for you? the main a risk of some people dying while they wait for treatment, and there is little health trusts can do without political pledge by adam price and plaid intervention from higher up. waiting a year for treatment cymru, £20 million towards in england or scotland is really infrastructure and wales what he an extraordinary negative outcome calls the greenjob for a patient, you would be very unlucky to go through that. infrastructure and wales what he in northern ireland, sadly, calls the green job revolution, they it's becoming quite commonplace. are pledging to spend many on here's where decisions should be taken to help tackle the problem, but there is paralysis at stormont electrifying the railway across because northern ireland has been south wales, building more railway without a devolved government for nearly three years across the country and building since power—sharing collapsed. large—scale energy infrastructure civil servants are running projects such as three tidal the health service in lagoons, tidal barrage and a new northern ireland in the absence of a minister, but their powers are limited. offshore wind farm. you may remember
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the swansea bay tidal lagoon due to be the first in the world was turned down by the uk government last year. the minister, in my view, big infrastructure projects and would have either sought more money energy projects which create a huge and may have got it, or they would have changed amount of power and actually not yet the priorities and spent more money fully devolved to wales as some of on the waiting list times. if stormont is not restored soon, with patients at risk those pledges and the manifesto would still uk westminster approval there will be pressure but he began his speech today adam on westminster to intervene. price by talking about brexit, the tag line as wales is trying to you're watching afternoon live, these are our headlines... cement themselves as the programming a 27 year old man is found guilty of murdering grace millane, the british backpacker strangled party and wales, the best choice for to death in new zealand. ms millane's body was found the mainers. he said that brexit is in bushland outside auckland. her parents paid tribute not just a to their daughter outside the court after the verdict. the mainers. he said that brexit is notjust a problem for boris johnson, it has a problem for wales and plaid cymru are fighting for a nigel farage unveils the brexit party's policies for the election — second referendum to give the people not a manifesto, he says, of the final say. you may remember but a contract with the people. plaid cymru have made a full remain a line spiked with the liberal democrats and the green party in wales —— april remain alliance pact.
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a man who shot his heavily pregnant ex—wife sana muhammad dead with a crossbow has been found none of them are aiming to target guilty of her murder. the first global study seats that are marginal. the aim of of childhood activity has warned that four fifths of children are not the manifesto today by plaid cymru getting enough physical exercise. and adam price is trying to say that the study by world health organisation found that children in bangladesh were the most active there is a wider debate, notjust while those in south korea were the least. brexit and the aim for the people of wales and the manifesto is to open and boys were more active than girls in all but four that and draw them into the other of the 146 countries studied. key policies such as the green job gareth barlow reports. revolution but some of the other was such as offering free childcare for young children between one and three, fully public fibre broadband by 2025 and the pledge to create 20,000 new homes in wales over the next five years. the pledge from across the world, children are doing too much sitting down and not enough running around. adam price today is to say that we according to the world health organization, 81% of children fail to do enough daily exercise. are main pro remain party n wales, girls, globally, were less active than boys. we found a percentage of 85% trying to draw voters and that way. of girls that did not meet the recommendation versus 78% in boys, so a 7% gender difference and the greens and plaid cymru and at the global level.
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bangladesh has the lowest the lib dems shedding their each levels of inactivity, but 66% of children there still other‘s clothes, on remain and on don't do an hour's daily exercise. in south korea, the worst performing country, that rises the question of who is most green. to a staggering 97%. how is the electoral arithmetic shaping up across wales? it must be the who says physical health quite confusing for voters? no doubt is being harmed and that brain development and social skills it is. the impact their talking are being affected, too. about extends to several seats across wales but does not include a key seat where plaid cymru are held at quite a unique seat, the only it could be active play, it could be walking or biking marginal between plaid cymru and the to school, it could be liberal democrats that the pact physical education class, could really be anything but they have to do 60 minutes, actually doesn't happen there but in that's the who recommendation. some other seats where they are exercise levels marginally improved during the years the report studied, but increasing focus on academic performance and lack of accessible targeting the lib dems are not sports facilities and a rise sailing but liberal democrats have in digital gaming means children said they won't brexit completely are still far too sedentary. off the table and although plaid gareth barlow, bbc news. cymru are also opposed to brexit the and actually offering a second referendum definitely before the final say on any future brexit
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steel. across the rest of wales it the election is less than three has been traditionally a labour weeks away and bbc news is visiting key politcal battelg rounds around the country. heartland, usually at the largest and today, in norwich, share of seats in most elections but susannah streeter has been focussing on skills and employment polls are showing times may be in the region. susannah changing and they may be up for a big fight in the selection tories and the brexit party aiming to target those key labour seats where brexit vote was very strong leave, yes, i'm in one of the serial glasshouses here at the centre which is known as a hub for agri— tech the north—east of wales are potentially in the main heartland excellence and soil is absolutely here in the south wales valleys. key to the work here, it is vital to let's take a look at some of today's other election news. the experiment may get the right the shadow chancellor, john mcdonnell, kind of consistent soil. i'm with has rejected claims from the independent economic think tank, the institute for fiscal studies, the head of horticulture here. tell me about the process that the soil that labour's manifesto commitments can't be met with 95 per cent goes through to make sure it is of taxpayers paying no extra tax. consistent because you have some the instititute also suggested that increasing corporation tax state—of—the—art tech, haven't you? would result in lower wages we have but we have to make sure the co re we have but we have to make sure the core values are right for the plants and higher prices. so we need to know the provenance of the raw material is part of the
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nature of the work here, we need to make sure the compost is relevant i don't think they have taken into and consistent for the scientists so account the whole range of the we mix ourown, policies that we have been and consistent for the scientists so we mix our own, we have quite developing that set out in the sophisticated technology for doing ma nifesto, developing that set out in the manifesto, the arguing for example that, calibrated systems and yet that if we increase corporation tax need to make sure the scientists almost make —— i always get the same and withdraw the tax cuts that it compost every time for the project. tories have given the big working in agri— tech, use a phd corporations somehow that will result in lower wages on increased prices. there is no evidence to level education and low wages, low suggest that whatsoever. skills are a key issue in this area. the conservatives have announced that — if they win the election — as the agri— tech business foreigners buying properties accessible to many more people than in england will be forced to pay you might think? absolutely. here at 3% more in stamp duty than uk residents. the centre, there are countless exa m ples the centre, there are countless examples where people have actually the party says it would raise up come in perhaps after leaving school, not sure what they wanted to to £120 million a year that would be used to help do but they have a passion, a passion for what they want to do, tackle rough sleeping. whether on the science side or the later tonight the leaders of the conservatives, labour, service and horticultural side and liberal democrats and the snp there is tremendous —— tremendous will be quizzed by audience members on a bbc question time special in sheffield — opportunity to grow if it's in a our political correspondent iain watson — now — tells us all about it very good way. one of those people
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who came into the business is with the four party leaders will be me now, thinking they would be with making their pitch from this very us. tell me about how you arrived and how long you would be there. podium, they represent the four biggest parties at westminster. rather bizarrely for a general us. tell me about how you arrived and how long you would be therelj and how long you would be there.” joined the team almost seven years election they have agreed on something, the order of service. ago now. ijust started off in a jeremy corbyn will be fast then nicola sturgeon thenjo swinson and three—month casualjob, ago now. ijust started off in a three—month casual job, not ago now. ijust started off in a three—month casualjob, not knowing what it would bring for me but finally borisjohnson. nicola sturgeon thenjo swinson and finally boris johnson. the nicola sturgeon thenjo swinson and finally borisjohnson. the spectre of the size of the parties they will almost seven years later, i'm now a be given the same amount of airtime, horticulture administrator and i'm really the key link between science that in minutes. what is different from a conventional debate is here and horticulture here. processing the audience will be in charge, sitting here, 150 of them representative of the british public those and the software system, and i asa representative of the british public as a whole. they will be putting the then delegate you work out to our question directly to the politicians team. you always also have to and from past experience they can really put them on the spot so who inspire the next generation because knows, perhaps tonight we will you have and instagram account was change the whole shape of this do you put on there? is it like you general election. the question time special kicks off at 7pm on bbc one. at the centre of focusing on the plus? it is very much 10096 focused the house plan specifically. if you
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you're watching afternoon live, wa nt to the house plan specifically. if you want to see some very aesthetically pleasing house plants then please these are our headlines check it out. how important is it a 27—year—old man is found guilty that people feel like agri— tech of murdering grace millane, the british backpacker strangled isn't just for people that people feel like agri— tech isn'tjust for people with high degree levels. i completely agree. to death in new zealand. isn'tjust for people with high degree levels. icompletely agree. i joined here and i've got a few nigel farage unveils gcses, i haven't been to university the brexit party's policies for the election — not a manifesto, he says, but a contract with the people. and i'm on a roll now. right make you found your passion? yes, here i a man who shot his heavily pregnant ex—wife dead with a crossbow has been found guilty of her murder. have my passion, both at home and at scotla nd work. and i've been talking to scotland have drawn is real and the people here all day saying it is play—offs for euro 2020. new zealand really important that young people feel inspired not just really important that young people feel inspired notjust to enter the stem subjects were foil their passion and find something they are 144-4. really interested in doing. there is play—offs for euro 2020. new zealand 144—4. andy murray is like that back a problem with low wages in norwich in action for great britain as they and the surrounding area and there play germany in the davis cup isa and the surrounding area and there is a lot of focus on ensuring that quarterfinals this afternoon, he was
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arrested yesterday for the win against kazakhstan. more after 230. the centres like this to thrive, red tape is cocked so they can be access to grants much more easily and there is also this real focus on getting a lot more investment into research two men who were using metal and development. back to you. detectors to look for treasure have been jailed for stealing a viking hoard of coins and jewellry worth millions of pounds. george powell was jailed for 10 years and layton davies was breaking news from a hospital in glasgow, sentenced to eight—and—a—half years. this is coming from our bbc reporter robert hall reports. james shaw saying that the royal hospitalfor james shaw saying that the royal hospital for children and the queen elizabeth university hospital have the treasure stolen by a viking invader, gold, silver and coins — been put in special measures. this the missing link in the birth is after a series of problems of a nation. including the death of a what we have are coins minted in two neighbouring kingdoms — ten—year—old girl at the royal hospitalfor ten—year—old girl at the royal wessex, which was basically hospital for children ten—year—old girl at the royal hospitalfor children in ten—year—old girl at the royal hospital for children in 2017 who everything south of the river thames, and murcia, died ofan hospital for children in 2017 who died of an infection because from which extends from the thames up contaminated water while recovering to the humber. from treatment for leukaemia. the this hoard dates from the very scottish health secretary wrote two moment that england, as a single kingdom, managers at the hospital explaining is taking shape. continuing problems with the so you could argue this prevention and management of is england's first hoard. infection meaning that a board has we don't know why the viking loot been appointed by the scottish
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was buried here in herefordshire, government to oversee the running of but it lay undiscovered for 1,000 the hospital and, as i say, the years, until it was stolen again. queen elizabeth hospital as well. you will get more on that over the next couple of hours. a treasure trove unearthed piece by piece and captured the uk has been called on the finder‘s mobile phone. an ‘illegal colonial occupier‘ after ignoring a deadline to give up an overseas territory. layton davies and george powell, the united nations had given britain metal detectorists for years, six months to relinquish control now had a decision to make. of the chagos islands — which are in the middle if you find treasure, of the indian ocean — you need to declare it within 14 but that deadline has now passed. days of knowing it's treasure. mauritius claims it was forced they didn't. to give the archipelago to britain in 1965 in return they then eventually for its independence. the british government declared some of it, says it has every right being the gold, which was, to hold onto the islands — obviuosly, something one of which, diego garcia, you couldn't sell to anybody is home to a us airbase. andrew harding has the story. because it is so unique. the coins were another matter. the thieves found just the man to sell them — detectorist simon wicks. wicks took samples to a london dealer and passed on the news that they were looking at a value of well over £3 million. these are the chagos islands, by the time the trio tiny and remote, but now the subject enlisted paul wells, another local dealer, of an increasingly bitter tug—of—war police were already on their trail. between britain and mauritius. but it wasn't easy. britain controls the islands and,
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years ago, cut a secret deal it is an unregulated body, to allow america to use the biggest the coin dealerships island, diego garcia, in the united kingdom, as a military airbase. and that proved to be but earlier this year, a problem for us. the united nations‘s top court said there is no regulation, the uk had no right to keep hold there are no records. 0ne crucial piece of evidence turned of chagos, that it was violating up at the home of paul wells — international law and, in may, the un general assembly voted coins from the hoard carefully sewn overwhelmingly to give britain into the case for a six—month deadline to hand a magnifying glass. the islands over to mauritius. this is a fraction of what was found by the thieves. the trail‘s gone cold and, so far, they've done nothing to aid the search for the treasure. these finds, of course, have a financial value, but the wider value is to their heritage and the history of the nation itself and that story is now much harder to tell today, britain‘s response was short and defiant. the foreign office said, because of what's "the british indian ocean happened in this case. territory", as the chagos islands i think people, notjust are officially known, "has been under british sovereignty the professionals, but people since 1814 and the uk does not recognise mauritius‘ who would be sharing claim the islands". but this morning, the labour that with their children leader, jeremy corbyn, for their children's flatly contradicted that, education and knowledge, saying that if he becomes prime we all feel quite bad that minister he will hand opportunity has been denied to all of us. the men, now beginning lengthy jail sentences, could hold the key to a mystery the islands back to mauritius. that is yet to be solved. yes, absolutely, i have been involved in the chagos campaign for a very long time. the election is less than three what happened to the chagos
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islanders was utterly disgraceful, weeks away and bbc news is visiting key political forcibly removed from their own islands, unfortunately by this country. battlegrounds around the country. they need a full apology, they need adequate compensation, today martine croxall they‘ve had some, but i don‘t is in norwich for us. believe it is sufficient, martine. and i believe the right of return to those islands is absolutely important. we are part and a lively place, i in mauritius today, a small demonstration by chagosians. they are demanding the right will tell you about it shortly. to return to their island home and the government of mauritius is stepping up its war throughout the campaign, of words with britain. bbc news will be looking closely at the places where the election could be won and lost. we will be visiting10 parts of the uk where seats will be closely contested. today, we're in norwich in the east this situation clearly of england. leaves the united kingdom as an illegal colonial occupier. a steady flow of shoppers have been making use of the market stalls. for now, the british government may feel it can ignore the city is split into this sort of criticism, two constituencies. in the last election, that any punishment will be minor, one was held by the conservatives but the tussle over these tiny and the other by labour. islands is damaging britain‘s reputation on the global stage. i'm in norwich south, which has been held by labour — with a big majority — at the last election, when they won the seat now it‘s time for a look
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from the lib dems. at the weather with ben rich. the main battleground is in the north of the city. back in 2017, conservatives beat labour by the small margin of 507 votes. good afternoon. heavy and persistent rain affecting various parts of the uk at times through this weekend. so that's how things stand here in norwich following the last general election with that, there will be some drier — the political parties are all vying for crucial votes interludes, particularly on sunday. on the 12th of december. it is going to feel quite a lot andrew sinclair who is bbc east's milder but through the night, political editor is here with me. turning very wet indeed for the south—west of england and south i am alsojoined by dr nick brooks wales, flooding and certainly some who is a climate change consultant — travel disruption here. rain much of norfolk is rather flat extending northwards across many parts of england and wales, swinging and the effects of global warming is regarded as a key issue here. across northern ireland, too. the further north you are, more a new way of dry weather, clearer skies in you have been here in this part of the far north allowing it to get chilly but most of us a mild night the world since 1995, what have you with the rain and a brisk breeze as well. into tomorrow, for the pulse of the range of the south—west and seenin the world since 1995, what have you seen in terms of demographic change and those years? norwich as a city wales initially them through the afternoon, the abbey as the rain likely to be across parts of has changed a lot, you have to go north—east england, the east and working toward southern and eastern out of your way to get here but this scotland. northern scotland holding was a city which was wealth was onto the dry weather, highs of founded on agriculture, big onto a dozen. but in the last ten years —— 9-12dc onto the dry weather, highs of 9—12dc through saturday night, very wet for north—east scotland. sunday
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drier but on fog and low cloud. big on tourism. but in the last ten yea rs big on tourism. but in the last ten years the demographic has changed, we no longer make shoes or chocolate, instead we know have a very booming research park up the road which employs 3000 scientists and allsorts of cutting—edge research when it comes to medical science and tagged science and also a big centre of education and learning. we also have the knowledge school of arts and the city of east anglia and that has also made a name for itself and the creative industries so norwich as a place of the last 20 years has become far more dynamic, probably younger as male and it does not like to be thought of as the alan partridge image we used to have slightly out of touch and prone to making mistakes. norwich very much wants to punch its weight. if you look at the
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whole county as a sea of blue with an ion of red and i went on orange and that is pretty much it until you get to ipswich and cambridge. there are one labour seat and cambridge and peterborough and that is as good as it gets. liberal democrats hold north norfolk but that is a big battle there between the conservatives and the democrats this time round. east anglia is a sea of blue, we have all was been a very conservative region and i think the expectation is that after the election we will still be a very conservative region and the hello, you‘re watching afternoon live — i‘m carrie gracie. conservatives' cause is helped by today at 4. the fact all this region with the exception of knowledge and cambridge voted to leave. this is a very a 27—year—old man is found guilty of murdering grace millane, eurosceptic region, this was the the british backpacker strangled to death in new zealand. pa rt eurosceptic region, this was the part of the country where ukip first she met her killer on a tinder date. started, when the brexit party took grace‘s parents wept when the jury hold as well. people here are very returned their verdict. eurosceptic, at is not so muchjust this will be with us about the immigration issue but for the rest of our lives.
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about the immigration issue but about the immigration issue but grace was a beautiful, about the whole idea of sovereignty, fishing has been a big issue on the talented, loving daughter. coast and the impact leaving the eu grace was our sunshine and she will be missed forever. has had on fishing. the impact of nigel farage unveils the brexit party‘s policies migration has caused a number of for the election — problems in rural areas, people find not a manifesto, he says, but a contract with the people. it difficult to enrol at doctors surgeries and get to schools, a the brexit party are the party of the new radicals, that is who we are. school in peterborough whether a 51 different line which is spoken so we want to bring politics and our you up and brexit are big issues and this part of the world. norwich democracy into the 21st—century. stands out as the only place an norfolk people voted to remain. held i‘m in norwich talking to local people about the issues that matter to them in the run—up to the general bya norfolk people voted to remain. held by a 507 votes, that looks vulnerable. it is the most marginal election. seat, it is the main target for labour and east of england and labour and east of england and labour are putting a lot of effort guilty of murder — they are. they are going to make any the ex—husband of sana mohammed, who killed her with a crossbow impact in the selection should when she was heavily pregnant — easily be able to take norwich is convicted at the old bailey north. there is a big battle under way, i have been on doorsteps in the
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several british children who were orphaned in syria are said last few days and talk to voters and to be in good spirits after being flown back there are all sorts of issues we to the uk and reunited could be talking about and norwich, with their widerfamily. coming up on afternoon live mental health and climate change, all the sport — xx those are big issues here but on the doorsteps many people are just scotland will face israel talking about brexit and you wonder in their euro 2020 play—off semi—final. death that will benefit the tories if they progress, they‘ll be and it can hold on. let's talk to away to norway or serbia for a finals place. northern ireland will host the republic of ireland if both sides win their respective semi—finals. also coming up — climate change consultant doctor nick brooks, went away and drawn back to the glory of norfolk, which constituency are you in?|j and in alton, in hampshire — quirky or questionable? back to the glory of norfolk, which constituency are you in? i am an this giant christmas marmot norwich south although that may change in the future. who are you is splitting opinion. planning to vote for and why?” good afternoon and welcome change in the future. who are you to afternoon live. planning to vote for and why? i am still mulling it over, if you look a man who strangled a british at the three main opposition parties backpacker and hid her body at the three main opposition parties at is labour, lib dems and the green inside a suitcase has been found guilty of her murder. party and the all have quite grace millane was killed the night before her 22nd comprehensive plans to go towards birthday last december. net zero emissions. i think anyone her parents wept in court of those that is likely to offer a as the jury returned its unanimous verdict.
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better alternative than the her father said the family conservatives when it comes to had been "ripped apart" tackling climate change. clive lewis by grace‘s ‘brutal‘ death. has been very active pushing the a court suppression order has ruled that the man‘s identity cannot be green new deal, labour and quite disclosed and bans media from naming appealing to that another of things and picturing him. to consider. most people think the shaimaa khalil reports from the court in auckland. greens would be obvious when you to a family united in grief. footfall but you mention the green new deal that clive lewis norwich david and gillian millane leaving south has talked about, tell us what court after their daughter‘s killer was convicted of murder. is and that and white it is of appeal to you. grace was taken away is and that and white it is of appealto you. i haven't from us in the most brutal is and that and white it is of appeal to you. i haven't looked at fashion a year ago. tuesday till at the deal but i 0ur lives and family haven't at liberal and how they will have been ripped apart. move towards net zero recently grace was a beautiful, rollback on the 2030 target, a lot talented, loving daughter, of stuff and they are, not as grace was our sunshine, detailed as everything and the and she will be missed forever. report by the committee on climate she did not deserve to be murdered change which has detailed proposals about how to move towards net zero, in such a barbaric way. this is grace millane, and a rather incremental way that the night before her 22nd does not charge businesses to much. birthday in december. the last time she was seen alive. look at the geography of norfolk, it grace‘s killer appeared in court today, his identity cannot is pretty low—lying, this huge coastline which takes a battering be disclosed for now, from the north sea. how much at the
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due to a court suppression order. forefront of people minds and matter cctv showed the pair out drinking, but within hours, of climate change? it depends where she was strangled in his apartment. you look. i grew up on the coast this is the killer telling police why he didn‘t call people are not norfolk and aware of an ambulance to help grace. it, whether that has been pointed i dialled 111. out in comparison to something like but i didn't hit the button. brexit is debatable. certainly an because i was scared norwich that is concern about at how bad it looked. climate change we have seen with school strikes and the involvement of extinction rebellion and why did you think it looked bad? certainly there is awareness on the well, there's a dead course that not norfolk district council has declared the climate person in my room. the jury heard that emergency so council has declared the climate emergency so whether that really after the murder, penetrates the population as a the man searched online for "how whole, i am to dispose of a corpse". penetrates the population as a whole, lam not penetrates the population as a whole, i am not really sure what he also watched extreme pornography. subtly and norwich with university and its work on the environment as isa they also saw him going and its work on the environment as is a big issue. thank you. it will on a date with another woman while grace‘s body was still in his room. this is him later, moving be back with more from norwich at half past two. the body in a suitcase. he then buried it in a shallow grave
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in bushland outside auckland. the defence argued that grace died now some grim news away from accidentally, that this politics because a man who shot his was a consensual sex act gone wrong, heavily pregnant ex—wife dead with a but the jury did not believe it. they heard forensic evidence of how crossbow has been found guilty of grace endured sustained murder following a retrial at the 0ld murder following a retrial at the pressure on her neck for five to ten minutes. old bailey. the background to this they also heard the prosecution argument that the killer sexualised her death by taking is back in november last year, intimate photos of her dead body. november 12, a lady pregnant with grace‘s murder shocked this nation. her sixth child was preparing dinner at the family home in ilford in east at the time, the country‘s london when her husband went out prime minister could not into the garden and surprised her hide her emotions. on behalf of new zealand, i want to apologise to grace's family. ex—husband. he had been hiding in your daughter should have been safe here and she wasn't and i the shared armed with two crossbows, he ran out of the shared and mr am sorry for that. mohamed ran in to try and warn his the outpouring of sorrow wife what was happening but then and support was felt strongly by grace‘s family. we would like to thank fire the crossbow, it hit his wife the people of new zealand. and she died of a fairly quickly but they have opened their hearts to grace and ourfamily.
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her child was saved by emergency we must return home and try cesa rea n. and pick up the pieces her child was saved by emergency cesarean. he had never been able to get over the fact his wife had of our lives, and day—to—day, without our beloved grace. divorced him, the ex—husband, and today‘s verdict may give remarried. in 2012, there was an the family some closure. incident in which his then wife but it will not take away jumped out of an upstairs window because she was afraid that her from the pain and the suffering husband was going to kill him after they have had to endure. a trial in 2013, he was cleared of trying to attack her but he was subjected to a banning order the brexit party has unveiled stopping him from coming close to its policies for the election, her and her new family even though promising "fundamental change" for the uk after it leaves that order was still in place, it the european union. instead of a traditional manifesto, still didn't stop him from murdering the party‘s leader nigel farage published what he called a ‘contract her on the court heard that although with the people‘. her on the court heard that although he promised to raise two he said he was just trying to scare hundred billion pounds her husband, in fact it seemed he by withholding eu contributions, redirecting foreign aid was equipped to tie the couple up, and scrapping hs2. potentially kill them both and the he also said the party unborn child, and although he was would get rid of the house able to kill his ex—wife, these the of lords and reform the supreme court. tom symonds has been following the launch was saved. and a warning his report contains some flash photography. time for a look at the weather...
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they have not even been there are some snow but not here. in existence for one year, and his party has been taunted for not having any policies, except the one which was in not here, which is a good thing. the name of the party. so, what has he been this is in slovenia. beautiful blue skies overhead but they have had a launching today? lot of snow, currently close to three metres of snow lying on the well, it is a contract ground there. it's the sort of total with the people, as he calls it, not a manifesto, but it does have they would expect through the whole some promises, including the promise winter and certainly not halfway of radical thinking. none of those things will happen through november. there is an with the conservative party avalanche risk associated with that, and the labour party. and ifi they don‘t want any fundamental avalanche risk associated with that, and if i show you the forecast for change or reform to the system europe this weekend, there is a lot at all, and i detect there is a big going on. there is more snow to come change of mood out there in the country. across the alps, so the risk of more this is something that will become part of the mainstream debate. avalanches. you will notice the whether it is over the next three train across italy, now venice has weeks, whether it is in time, beenin train across italy, now venice has been in the news. this will not be i don‘t know the answer, but the need and desire good news for venice, neither will for political and institutional the strong winds be blowing up reform is enormous. the party wants a clean break through the adriatic. very high tides here sunday into monday which from the eu, without paying any more is one you will have to watch and generally pretty mild across parts money, money which nigel farage of europe as well but colder further wants to spend on road, rail, east. there was an awful lot going high streets, cancelling on but more of that white stuff i the interest student loans think over the alps. and none for
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and costing cutting the cost of living. us? know, wet stuff we have to worry as yet, three and a half years on, there has been nothing about through the weekend. david may break this week from the very for the little people, nothing for the ordinary people wettest of the weather but it is now whatsoever, as our politics and our debate around the economy making a return with heavy rain continues to be dominated by giant across various parts of the uk at times this weekend. with that, it corporate global business. does turn it would have it milder. starting with cuts to vat this is the radar picture showing the rain has already fallen, we had on domestic fuel and hoping that showers drifting all that is what importing products from outside you will notice more persistent rain now gathering down towards the the eu will lead to lower prices. south—west. this is ourfirst now gathering down towards the south—west. this is our first area of concern through the ceiling and with extinction rebellion outside, delightful that the south—west of england, south of wales, met off there was almost nothing on climate warnings in place of a high ground change, except planting trees. here, but we could see up to 50 millimetres of rain and that could well be enough to cause localised the brexit party may have signed up former conservative ann widdecombe, flooding and certainly some very but it is not fielding enough poor travelling conditions, so that candidates to win this election. is worth bearing in mind if you're heading out and about during tonight nigel farage has described his but across the uk as a whole, we party as a start—up. perhaps he‘s hoping to disrupt will see outbreaks of rain spreading across many parts of england and an existing political market. without us, there will wales, rain swinging into northern ireland through the night any be no genuine brexit. further north you are, crosscourt and, more dry weather, clear skies we now want to lead the next phase, in the far north allowing it to get which is a political revolution that quite chilly but for many of us,
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with extra cloud and outreach of puts the ordinary people first. rain, more of a breeze as well, it thank you. will be a milder night than some of in the end, it is the populist the nights we have had of late. then pitch, vote for us, we are not part into tomorrow, you can see outbreaks of the westminster status quo. of rain within quite erratically northwards across england and wales, some wet weather for a time over but the push for a political northern ireland, southern scotland revolution stood out. as well. all the while, through the the brexit party wants afternoon, things could brighten up to abolish the house of lords, have a new voting system afternoon, things could brighten up a bit —— should brighten up for to get civil servants to sign easter and anglia, rain petering out an oath of impartiality. in the west with temperatures of 10-12dc. the in the west with temperatures of 10—12dc. the focus of heavy rain across tomorrow afternoon shifts further northwards, the east add to allow people to vote for referendums. midlands, north—east england, but who would have thought it? when you consider how wet the ground the welsh nationalists, plaid cymru, is in these places already, further launched their election manifesto this morning. persistent rain could go some flooding. notice the rain also speaking at an event in a village just north of cardiff, the plaid leader adam price called extending into eastern and southern for a huge investment in green portion —— southern portions of scotland. even here as we go through energy to help fund a new, tomorrow evening, we will see that independent wales — and called rain drifting northwards and again for a second brexit referendum. some of the eye grounds in eastern 0ur wales correspondent tomos morgan told me earlier about some and northern scotland could see up of their key spending pledges. to 80 millimetres of rain and that could cause some further problems. that system clears away during saturday night and into sunday, a
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little bump in the isobars here. they are pledging to spend many on some high pressure means drier weather on sunday but we are likely fully electrifying the railway across south wales, building more railway across the country and building to have quite dense fog around first large—scale energy infrastructure thing in some of that could just projects such as three tidal lagoons, tidal barrage lift and hang around as low cloud all day long so don't expect blue and a new offshore wind farm. you may remember the swansea bay skies and sunshine but a drier day. tidal lagoon due to be the first in the world was turned rain continues across shetland, down by the uk government last year. continues with us for most of the day and we stick with the milder big infrastructure projects and theme of 9—12dc. it looks like energy projects which create a huge staying unsettled next week, more amount of power are actually not yet rain and wind at times but this weekend comes out ——, some parts of fully devolved to wales so some of the uk could see problematic those pledges in the manifesto would rainfall, and check the bbc weather still need uk westminster approval but he began his speech website for all the updated today adam price by forecasts well you are. talking about brexit, the tag line is wales is trying to cement themselves as the pro—remain party and wales, the best choice for remainers. he said that brexit is not just a problem for boris johnson, it is a problem for wales and plaid cymru are fighting for a
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second referendum to give the people the final say. you may remember plaid cymru have made a pro remain alliance with the liberal democrats and the green party in wales. this is bbc news — our latest headlines. none of them are aiming to target a 27—year—old man, who cannot be seats that are marginal. named for legal reasons, is found guilty of murdering grace millane, the british the aim of the manifesto backpacker strangled to death in new zealand. today by plaid cymru nigel farage unveils the brexit party's policies and adam price is trying to say for the election — that there is a wider debate, not a manifesto, he says, but a contract with the people. notjust brexit and the aim for the people of a man who shot his heavily wales in the manifesto is to open pregnant ex—wife dead with a crossbow has been found that and draw them into the other key policies such as the green job guilty of her murder. revolution but some of the others such as offering free childcare for young sport now on afternoon live children between one with jane dougall, and the draw has and been made for football's three, fully public fibre broadband by 2025 and the pledge to create euro 2020 play—offs. 20,000 new homes in wales over
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the next five years. yes, this was the draw for the the pledge from adam price fixtures that took place earlier today. england have already qualified through the traditional today is to say that we route but scotland have got a are the main pro remain party play—off place by winning their in wales, trying to draw nations league group, so they were to draw voters in that way. in the draw and they got israel. scotla nd in the draw and they got israel. scotland have beaten israel three times out of the four times they previously met so that is quite promising for scotland. the match will be at hampden. they will go through to face either norway or let‘s take a look at some of today‘s other election news serbia and that is for a place in the shadow chancellor, john mcdonnell, has rejected claims the finals. scott and 36 places from the independent economic think tank, the institute for fiscal studies, above israel in the rankings which that labour‘s manifesto commitments could bode well for them. some of can‘t be met with 95 per cent of taxpayers paying no extra tax. the ties were already determined by the instititute also suggested that increasing corporation tax would result in lower wages seedings. should northern ireland and higher prices. i don‘t think they have taken wind away at bosnia in their into account the whole range of the policies that we have been play—off place, they should be at developing that set out in the manifesto, arguing for example that home. they could be against the if we increase corporation tax republic of ions if they beat and withdraw the tax cuts slovakia. the go—to place in that the tories have given the big corporations somehow that will switzerland earlier. 16 teams are
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all competing the final four places. result in lower wages on increased result in lower wages or increased prices. there is no evidence to suggest that whatsoever. the conservatives have announced that — that would be great. what about the if they win the election — foreigners buying properties in england will be forced to pay cricket? delicately poised between england and new zealand. there 3% more in stamp duty than uk residents. the party says it would raise up cricketers perhaps have their noses to 120 million pounds a year that in front after the second day and it would be used to help started off disappointingly for them because ben stokes got out nine runs tackle rough sleeping. short of his century and then straight after that, there was a the election is less than three weeks away and bbc news is visiting key political lower order collapse. however battlegrounds around the country. england managed to post a today martine croxall respectable 353 in their first is in norwich for us. innings and then they reduce new martine. zealand. here is the sport correspondentjoe wilson. throughout the campaign... zealand. here is the sport correspondent joe wilson. a fine morning on the north island and ben throughout the campaign, stokes batting. delicate. he can do bbc news will be looking closely at the places where the election could be won and lost. anything with a bat, you know that. we will be visiting 10 parts of the uk where seats will be stokes anything with a bat, you know that. sto kes o n anything with a bat, you know that. stokes on 91 tried to expand and... closely contested. today, we‘re in norwich in the east of england. the city is split into stunning catch by one of new two constituencies.
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zealand's greats. ross taylor's celebrations were measured, he knew in the last election, one was held by the conservatives and the other by labour. he had dropped stokes the day the main battleground before. could someone else make is in the north of the city. back in 2017, conservatives beat runs? a total of 353, which looks labour by the small margin of 507 votes. norwich has two universities pretty good but these things are — the university of east anglia and norwich university of the arts. relative. compact but nippy. he both are based in norwich south — and may explain why almost a quarter of the constituency population are aged between 20 struck first, lbw as england ball. and 29 — 10 per cent higher nowjack leach, struck first, lbw as england ball. now jack leach, spin struck first, lbw as england ball. than the uk average. nowjack leach, spin bowler. i‘m joined now by claire pratt, who is the head kane really some surprise, deflected of wellbeing at the university the ball to the field. big moment of east anglia‘s student services. for the new zealand's out for 51. robby west, who is a politcal reporter at bbc radio norfolk is also here with me. now everyone knows joffre for the new zealand's out for 51. now everyone knowsjoffre archer balls fast. henry nichols was health is a big talking point in this election but it is mental health surfaces and particular you
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assessed and did bat on. new zealand have focused on. you go on the finished with a four wickets down, 209 behind. most importantly, campaign trail with any of the candidates and something you hear is another reminder on helmet, you need mental health surfaces. they are delivered here and norfolk by the all the protection you can get. 0nto norfolk and suffolk foundation trust football now and the man who and that the last inspection they replaced joe is a marine year at we re and that the last inspection they were rated inadequate by the cqc. manchester united services return will be a circus. —— the man who there are things put in place to help improve that but we are hearing replaced jose mourinho. 0le gunnar that time and again. and it has been sor xiao took overfrom replaced jose mourinho. 0le gunnar sor xiao took over from jose mourinho a year ago. —— 0le gunnar put on special measures. it is only one and the country and it has been and the past so it on peoples minds solksjaer took over. nemanja matic and the past so it on peoples minds and it is playing out on the doorstep in this campaign trail. why is that service struggling so much? had light a post that hinted he may we are not sure. health surfaces are under pressure like the r around the be reunited withjose mourinho for a third time. he said he likes his country, struggling norwich for bed players to be boring. that is not capacity which will be delivered in being boring. you're likely to be a january. how much of a priority is
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spectacle, a circus. nemanja matic has got a sense of humour. great britain play germany in the davis mental health surfaces for the various parties standing when so cup quarterfinals afternoon with andy murray likely to be back in many other issues are vying for action for the viewers rested yesterday as britain made it through attention monopolies brexit? —— not with a victory in the deciding doubles rubber against kazakhstan. 0ur tennis correspondent asked andy least brexit? mental health keeps murray's former coach if he thought getting mentioned and all the the three—time grand slam would candidates are trying to address that. it is often regarded as a return. i think we will bring him cinderella service and needs to be a rethink. yes and even surfaces the back. it is a tough match, he pulled council provide a sometimes a branch up back. it is a tough match, he pulled up build a bit sore but that they's over and to mental health surfaces recovery would have done him the because there are more people world of good. if it comes down to suffering. yet that as an ageing the wire, 4—4, 5—5, andy murray is a population and the whole of norfolk builder bit sore but that they's recovery would have done him the world of good. if it comes down to and we have more problems including the wire, 4—4, 5—5, andy murray is mental health issues. we are talking the wire, 4—4, 5—5, andy murray is the man you want out there. right more and all those stories on the bbc website. that's it from us for to charities trying to fill that gap now. thank you. back to norwich in or become very important when the one of the key battle grounds of the election next month. statutory provision is not meeting today martine croxall demand. we see charities popping up is in norwich for us. martine. trying to help in delivering those
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iam out in the street. you cannot come to norwich are naughty some of the surfaces and from walking groups to site so we thought we would show you everything from counselling sessions the same peter mancroft church, and group therapy we see them which is a beautiful, neutral building. just opposite the forum p°ppin9 which is what we have been for most and group therapy we see them p°pping up and group therapy we see them popping up and hear on the campaign of the day. hopefully in just a second, you might hear the pavilion trail people asked about that all the time. thank you. claire is from brass quintet strike up, they are playing some christmas carols to get the time. thank you. claire is from the university of east anglia asa playing some christmas carols to get as a new spirit was that there you go. sometimes it works outjust student surfaces, sadly you had a right. we are here to find out about series of student deaths on campus, theissues right. we are here to find out about how did you respond with more the issues that matter to voters in the issues that matter to voters in the run—up to the general election and with that in mind, i will hand services and investment? we have now to my colleague who is in the news beat camper van at the norwich made a lot of investment since last research park with some researchers and students. hi, i cannot you'll do year, led by the vice chancellor task force. the vice chancellor had decided this is close to his heart and it is important for a whole committee so he is leading the organisation and looking at how we can embed improving well—being and very well but welcoming to the mental health support for the whole camper van. we have parked at community across the university. we norwich research park which has got are doing a number of initiatives,
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30,000 people, some students, other an increase in staffing so within people working here, oddly some —— the well—being my old rings are very clever an increase in staffing so within research that will shape our future. the well— being service that supports students directly with mental health i was research that will shape our future. and well— being we have entered your iwas ina research that will shape our future. i was in a laboratory there in pitch black well they were researching staff and therapies as well as corn fungus which turns out to be really important. david, you're the mental health disability advisers, boss of the park. us how important staff that deal with student the workers that goes on here. you make the work that goes on here is well—being. staff that deal with student of global significance. great things well-being. what is the increase in demand been like since you have put more services on? just in the last to help make the society better today. feeding a growing population, 18 months it has increased by 13%. allowing people to age with good health as they age. these are all 30% extra students coming through things that are being worked on right here. might make you can see our door wanting to access services feeling they need some support so it where our camper van is parked, if i isa feeling they need some support so it is a big growing issue and this is press this little button here. you can see outside and see our news not something just at the university of east anglia, it is across the beat production crew working very board for universities. it is a hard, it looks like they are just having a cup of tea and reading a consensus many people need that help but on the other hand much better newspaper, we've caught them napping that they come forward. what are their own little bit. the reason we have come to the research park is on they telling you the pressures are? radio one and one extra earlier, we we re radio one and one extra earlier, we
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were looking at the idea of the jobs market but we were also here because a numberof different they telling you the pressures are? a number of different things, for a lot of students it is the end of first—term safari what are people david, you've got bigger views of there will be dealing with making sure people think of mental transitions they have made to come health when it comes to the to university so from their home towns and home cities, moving away workplace and people studying. that is something we are looking at here. from family for the first time for mental health has been an issue that has been here since the beginning of many people, thinking about the time and it's through a few brave accessibility of the university and souls that it is now a mainstream how more students are coming to us conversation that allows us all to with pre—existing difficulties whether their mental health think a bit differently and to make faculties or other stop they are sure we are building these things transitioning from the support into everything we do. it has long services not only family but nhs to bothered me that the phrase... work a new county where the have to pick life balance is really meant being up a new county where the have to pick up those connections again. at work and going home. we live for a new county where the have to pick up those connections againm 24 a new county where the have to pick up those connections again. it is a big wrench leaving home for the at work and going home. we live for 2a hours a day for that we have to first time. thank you. we will be find a life balance for 2h hours a day towing our vision for this part of the work that are doing in this back again at around 5:15pm speaking part, it's a good well being right at the centre of everything we do. to two norfolk farmers. join us lets bring in some of our other guests. we all begin by speaking to then. more details have been released you. you had experiences with your
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own mental health, can you tell bit about the small number about that? from a teenager, i of british children brought home from territory in syria formally under the control of the islamic state group. struggled with it and i was lucky the orphans are the first to be returned to the uk enough to be seen by a therapy from the camps there. 0ur diplomatic correspondent service from where i'm from, which is cambs, and when i came to james landale joins us... what do we know? there's a limit on university, i started to really struggle with depression, not knowing that is what it was at the time. i knew there were services. what we can say, we cannot identify these children is, there are reporting restrictions but a judge hasissued reporting restrictions but a judge has issued a new ruling which is once i try to start accessing the given us more information should be services, i found that it was quite a challenge because you have to can say these children are back in fight your own because a lot of the the uk, they arrived this morning time to be seen and to be taken seriously. how big is mental health and london where they were met by theirfamilies, they provision for you when we've had other words with the parties, the and london where they were met by their families, they had and london where they were met by theirfamilies, they had breakfast and appearto be theirfamilies, they had breakfast labour party saying the same and the and appear to be in good spirits. they were driven to the family home liberal democrats saying the same, and they slept in the car peacefully awaiting details from the conservative party but how important pledges like that for you when and they slept in the car peacefully you're making your choice come and they slept in the car peacefully and thejudge and they slept in the car peacefully and the judge said interestingly december 12? they immediately recognise the family members and family home and have settled into the home and you're making your choice come december12? mass you're making your choice come december 12? mass important. you're making your choice come december12? mass important. i know appearas have settled into the home and appear as happy as they can be a
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we have to do —— i know we are difficult circumstances how does the judge know? does a court official seeing promises but we have to be who along to observe? what are the seeing promises but we have to be see these promises being fulfilled because there is a distrust in the judge has made clear is that the services and i want them to be at a stage or you know how to find them children‘s family applied to the and once you do gain the courage to courts for protection to make them go and once you do gain the courage to go and access them, they are there once of court and the courts into for you and the services are there the foreign office can you find to help you. carry at the moment? these children and repatriate them? i'm 0k, the foreign office idealist of the to help you. carry at the moment? i'm ok, i'm in therapy, i've got a government no done that. the judge mental. it's going ok but it has said he was immensely grateful to beena mental. it's going ok but it has been a battle to try and get to this the foreign office because in his place. taking the 12 months to get once this was a complex difficult to the top of a waiting list. thank you for coming and talking about and operation and a fragile environment to find these children this with us today because it's really important as you are saying and identify them correctly. they earlier that people talk about these we re and identify them correctly. they were handed to the care of all issues and that something you've also experienced, alex, in your office officials and brought back to london this morning. it raises the time. alex is a very clever man studying biochemistry. he tried to question of how many such children expand to me earlier what it is but there are and whether other families let's just keep it at biochemistry. who might be in similar positions tells about your experience of think perhaps we should make the mental health. i started here as a child and our extended family a ward of court to bring them back and many phd student and then a first year, children and we talking about?
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found that i had quite a lot of anxiety and i really didn't know charities estimate there are about 60 of british origin still there, exactly where to go in terms of the some orphans, some with your mothers nhs but uta was fantastic. i went straight to the student support service and within a month, i had throw their mothers but charities counselling that really help. what you make of the pledge and many of the parties have made so far mobile see should do more, they should all two of the major parties, the come home. the problem is these liberal democrats and the labour children are not all in one place, party, waiting to hear what the conservatives will say about it is hard to identify them. some of treating physical and mental health the same. what do you make of that them are understood to perhaps have proposal? it is in effect slightly limited memory of their time in the meaningless because treating them uk, a numberare limited memory of their time in the the same... they are not the same, uk, a number are underfive and they have been in this part of syria for they acquire different —— they four or five years so it will not be require different resources, funding and specialities. how much money and easy. thank you. what are you specifically going to do? saying we will treat them the same, givex do? saying we will treat them the same, give x amount of billions of pounds two it is not quite enough the leaders of the four really. there are more details to be main parties are gearing found on the bbc website if you want up for a question time leaders special tonight. to look into what the parties are they‘ll each face 30 minutes of questions from the audience.
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pledging, specifically on mental it‘s all taking place in sheffield. health. david, here, you have and christian fraser already mentioned you're trying to is there for us. make mental health conversation that is more part of day—to—day work here we are on the balcony of the spin for people who are studying and working what would you like to see room credible be watching this debate this evening. a live question the parties do about this issue come time audience for the four leaders, different to the first debate on itv 12? from me, alex is right. they are between jeremy corbyn different to the first debate on itv betweenjeremy corbyn and boris johnson. it is a good place to come different but i would turn out a bit around and say they both have —— sheffield for the first bbc debate because the steel city has served up might both have the word health and what we have to do is have a single some shocks in recent times, it but health conversation. there is a lot the trend at the referendum so of relationships, i'm no expert but whereas we had most of the northern there are a lot of relationships cities voting narrowly for remain, between physical health and mental this one led to the other way health. 0ne between physical health and mental health. one can have causation on towards brexit and it is a problem the other. if we can make sure we for labour city. in 2017 the six seats all went towards labour but are dealing with your whole self one of them sheffield hallam was the seat of former deputy minister nick effectively, that has to be a good clegg was taken which was one of the thing. thank you for coming into this van, is not the warmest camper van in the world so it was good to shocks of the 2017 election. is it going to serve up any surprises? get you —— so we have to get you inside and get you nice and warm. we largely a local audience. with me now is our political are at the norwich research park
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talking about mental health today on correspondent iain watson. radio1and talking about mental health today on radio 1 and one extra. we are back you have seen the room.” live on airat radio 1 and one extra. we are back live on air at 5:45pm but for now, you have seen the room. i got back to the studio. now we have exclusive access earlier. you do something i prepared earlier. breaking using on prince andrew and this is from the royal philharmonic orchestra which has confirmed that prince andrew is no longer its patron following the controversy around his friendship with convicted six offenderjeffrey epstein. there has been a statement from the orchestra saying, following hrh the duke of york's announcement we will i don‘t think they have got your piece so you are going to have to be stepping back from public life, tell us all about it. he has one you management representatives of the orchestra met with prince andrew's prepared earlier, it is not even office on thursday afternoon and had there. it is not up and ready. let a subsequent meeting of the board me run you through the format. it is where they decided the orchestra not quite like the itv debate, the should part company with its patron audience are in charge, 150 members with immediate effect. the statement of the public designed to be the possessive of the british public as goes on to express gratitude to the a whole, putting the question is prince for his support of the that it literally politicians even
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orchestra over the past 15 years. of though the parties are of different sizes they get the same amount of course, this all comes with the time, 30 minutes each and what is background decision that prince andrew would be stepping back from interesting is when the public public duties for the foreseeable asking questions directly the about necessarily having a go at each future and there is of course a other. it is a big focus on the question of individual leadership photo today of him horse riding with and competence, how much for the the queen but little else has been public be able to trust with a as seen of him, so that story ongoing. seen at the message they are delivering. you have done that the latest, the royal philharmonic beautifully but we do have your to pa rt the latest, the royal philharmonic to part company with its patron prince andrew. phone. cue yourfilm. police say they have arrested a man from northern ireland as part of their inquiry into the deaths of 39 vietnamese migrants whose bodies were found in a refrigerated lorry container in essex last month. let‘s hope tonight is more smooth the 23—year—old was arrested in beaconsfield on suspicion of conspiracy to traffic people than this is. he is not there. there and conspiracy to assist unlawful immigration. firefighters are battling to stop the spread of a huge fire are obviously some grim ones in the at a hotel opposite eastbourne pier. studio so apologies if you are the blaze at the victorian—era claremont hotel meeting to see the room, it will be broke out this morning. flames have destroyed the roof all right on the night. the takeaway and are still burning inside. firefighters with twelve fire engines have been pumping i think from the itv debate, two water from the sea to try
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and fight the blaze. it's being reported that everyone things, the spontaneous laughter that both jeremy inside was safely evacuated. things, the spontaneous laughter that bothjeremy corbyn and boris johnson expedia and the lack of trust that came through from the audience. the question specifically on trust and borisjohnson replied at the audience giggled at it. jeremy corbyn point of view, he was asked what he would stand on the referendum labour promising and i think the six time he wasn‘t seen by that he would leave or remain again the giggles from the audience. this is in so much about politics or brexit is whether you trust the back to norwich. i'm at the joint in message from the politicians. the a centre which is a hub for tech. i'm in one of the glasshouse this reputation borisjohnson has to try year, there is a wheat on the left to put to rest as he is fast enlist of me which is being speed readers on detail but also sometimes with and other scientists in the centre the truth. jeremy corbyn says he is are working on other —— it is being in favour of straight talking honest politics therefore people want to hear straight answers and really big issues including brexit. people be speed—breeded. this can now be used, this research, to develop new drugs. making a judgment on a character tonight and not just let's find out more about this with making a judgment on a character tonight and notjust on policies, the head of business development some are quite popular and here at thejoint respective of the party leaders,
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the head of business development here at the joint in a centre. tell people want to know who will carry mea here at the joint in a centre. tell me a little bit about this plant and them out. competence and character and what is on show in these how it's helping the farm industry. particular displays on television, far more so than on the stump when 25 years ago, a colleague of mine people by the manifestos and tell was studying the way that insects transmit viruses into plants. what's you about the giveaways and then. interesting is he discovered thank you. apologies about your something really unexpected. he discovered these virus particles had film. the audience only has two the potential to make new classes of ma nifestos film. the audience only has two manifestos to focus on, one from the liberal democrats, one from labour yesterday, was still have to get one drugs. following on from that and from the snp and consultants, following on this research is on his understand the tories will put theirs out on sunday but lets see lap, he was able to advance it to the point where we could consider... what people want to hear tonight, what people want to hear tonight, what do they think about the election so far? joe, let‘s talk and some of the researchers from the about the format. i was seeing it as lab have ta ken and some of the researchers from the different straight, there is a lab have taken this technology setting energy and taking questions across, joined that company and are now in the process of taking it directly from the audience, how does through to commercialisation. white migrated here. thank you very much. that there are people at home? directly from the audience, how does that there are people at home7m directly from the audience, how does that there are people at home? it is likely to be well received, clearly now to the ceo of this new company. a very different format from the
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tell us how you're using the research which has been developed direct debate we had with itv. i do because of plans like this one, into think the opportunity to actually new drugs. we've been able to take see the various leaders and sparse the technology that was developed here and that technology enables us a nswer see the various leaders and sparse answer specific questions are not argue with each other is definitely to express proteins, new drugs, new an advantage. having all for one vaccines a new diagnostics and the leaves of these plants. we are now after the other with half—an—hour may prove a little too gruelling for working with life science companies, pharmaceutical companies and diagnostic companies around the some people whether the average person and the street really engages world to make new drugs and new with this image to be seen. it diagnostics, new vaccines for use in hasn‘t been since 2010 honey first both animal and human health. i've met lots of different plants you can had the debate that we have had one do this from. this is a lab strain that really made a difference to the polling, a turning point rather than a talking point. it remains to be of the tobacco plant and you're developing anti—cancer drugs. seen whether this on the other debate still to come will have an of the tobacco plant and you're developing anti-cancer drugs. the reason we use this as a lab strain impact. what about the manifestos? i is it gives high yields to the protein, it is resistant to was listening to the other posters infections and it goes extremely well. as you say, the good irony is saying that might be something in well. as you say, the good irony is this labour manifesto that goes down we are actually now able to make well with a white people, many anti—cancer drugs we are actually now able to make anti—cancerdrugs ina policies that make or down well but
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non—commercial strain of tobacco. after is that like of trust we were you are employing highly skilled workers and your company. what do just discussing, how does he get you need to take it to the next that across question about what does jeremy corbyn have to do given he is stage in the in this area because like wishing? —— languishing. there is low pay in this region but what support do you need from the next government? we need a lot of jeremy corbyn have to do given he is like wishing? -- languishing. very few people are downloading the support to make sure we have got the ma nifestos few people are downloading the manifestos and reading them and right skills to be able to continue this work because part of what we making an informed decision, instead are doing is commercialising this what tends to happen as we take our and improving on the technology. we cu es what tends to happen as we take our need to grow our business and our cues from the leaders and we want to intention is to grow it on this know the parties going to represent park. to do that, we need to build a us, do the right thing for people much biggerfacility so park. to do that, we need to build a much bigger facility so we can scale like me? do we trust them, think this up and supply commercial quantities of this drug for people and to do that we have to do have a they can be effective? these questions can be answered by debates lot of various skilled scientists to such as this evening but also enable us to move forward. why thank specific manifesto stories, policies you. quickly i will askjohn what within that document can attract you. quickly i will askjohn what you think you need from the next government to make sure more attention and really attract the projects like this one continue. the type of people who think that type first thing we need is to make sure of manifesto, that type of policy is something that appeals to me and so the government continues to invest in fundamental research. without i perhaps well lean more towards that party. we were talking about that investment in fundamental
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research, we will not make these discoveries. it's too cost the shock result when nick clegg was prohibitive for industry to do that. defeated in 2017 but back to 2010, even then, once we've made those he was the one that got a break—out discoveries, we still need some additional support that support will moment and these televised debates help move this technology and stop i don‘t think we have at translate it across into the hands anything like that since. would you say that is the case and do these of commercial colleagues such as simon has been working over at leaf debates actually work and transforming people minds? since expression systems. the other thing we like to do is really ensured we 2010 that hasn‘t been much in the way of impact but what has happened can still attract scientists from all over the world that many of the scientists who work with george polling conducted after these welcome to the uk from far reaches debates is that in 2010 for the of the world and invested in our first debate and only for the first culture and our wonderful signs we debate people responding to the polls were running to answer in a do here. thank you very much. to fairand polls were running to answer in a fair and balanced way and willing to put their party allegiances to one enable the researcher to grow, we need the right skills, notjust from side and give a determined answer here in the uk but elsewhere around about who they thought performed the world. back to you.|j best. since then the whole process here in the uk but elsewhere around the world. back to you. i like the way you gave him his own plan and to has become extreme with politicised get back from him. i hope you'll and even for subsequent debates give it back again. will do. people have tended to view these debates and a partisan way. if you
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now it's time for a look at the weather. are conservative supporters generally speaking you will think borisjohnson has generally speaking you will think boris johnson has done generally speaking you will think borisjohnson has done best, regardless of what he has actually said. similarly if you are unable thank you. good afternoon, got there supported you thinkjeremy corbyn has done the best regardless of how eventually. this weekend brings the he has actually performed. we have return of some heavy rain. dryer for seen all of this turn into a more of many of us this week but the rain a partisan activity to get people excited at home about their own staging a return, quite persistent at times, enough to cause some parties other than really an problems but with that it will be open—minded view for members of the public to think which of these do i milder. this is how things have like best. thank you. we will be panned out so far today. shallowest drifting northwards, persistent rain showing in towns across parts of the midlands and the west country. across the south—west of england and south of wales, this is what we have here at six to bm for a special the first area of concern is that through tonight, the rain will be programme, looking ahead to the very persistent, over high ground, up very persistent, over high ground, up to 50 millimetres of rain. a couple of inches that could well be debate, people telling us what they wa nt to debate, people telling us what they want to get out of it and will be enough to cause some transport the other side of the debate as main pm to pick it all apart and see disruption and also the potential for some localised flooding. there whether that was in fact a winner. isa for some localised flooding. there is a myth of the other while running join us for that. remember you can in place here. through tonight come across the uk, we will see outbreaks doa join us for that. remember you can do a live fact checking through the of rain drifting northwards and across england and wales, rain programme on the website.
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swinging into northern ireland, southern parts of scotland. not as much rain, northern scotland staying dry with clear spells and getting a bit chilly here but for many more with the extra cloud, the breeze as prince andrew has today well, it is not going to be a cold resigned as a patron for london met university — the move comes following night. tomorrow starts off on a the controversy over his links to convicted paedophilejeffrey epstein. breezy note, rain spreading north across england and wales, rain for a time across northern ireland, getting into eastern scotland. through the afternoon, east anglia and the south—east could turn it was and the south—east could turn it was the duke of york, seen today a bit brighter. could see some horseriding with the queen, glimmers of sunshine here later. the — stood down from royal duties for the "foreseeable future" this week. he has faced a growing backlash since his bbc focus for wet weather moves through the east midlands and up into interview last weekend. earlier today the royal philharmonic orchestra announced north—east england. these areas of that they would be the latest course are already very wet. the ground is sodden, so further organisation to drop the duke. persistent rain could cause further a man who shot his heavily pregnant ex—wife dead problems. rain easing to an extent with a crossbow, has been found guilty of murder following in northern ireland but that rain setting and across southern and a retrial at the old bailey. eastern scotland. dry certainly sana muhammad had been split from herformer partnerfor six through daylight hours for the far years when she was murdered of the scores on but even as we go at her home in ilford east into evening here, met office london last november. warning is because the rain is going to pick up and some spots using 80
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millimetres of rain, again which a short while ago, one could cause some problems. as you go of the detectives involved through saturday night into sunday, in the case gave this statement on behalf of the sana this little bump in the isobars muhammad‘s widow. here, higher pressure building its way in, at least temporarily, and we spent sunday between weather systems with a rain to the north—east, sana was a very bubbly and outgoing south—west but in between a fair amount of dry weather but we will start off with some quite dense type of person. she was talkative and always made me laugh. she was a patches of fog which could just hang around and lift into low cloud all day wrong. —— mike all day long. we could see some sunshine, mild once again with 9—12dc. certainly milder thanit again with 9—12dc. certainly milder than it has been of late. the biggest concern this weekend as very motivated women who brought up rain, some of which heavy and my kids while i went to work. she persistent with the bbc weather website giving you full details had strong family values and believe where you are. children should be greeted by a pa rent children should be greeted by a parent and lost when she got home from school. we had ourfuture together, we had a very strong bonding with all our kids. ramanodge has finished everything. we all feel lost now. our correspondent, richard lister has been following the case.
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the background to this is that back in november last year, november the 12th, sana muhammad, who is 35, hello, you're watching pregnant with her sixth afternoon live — i'm carrie gracie. child, was preparing dinner today at 3. at the family home in milford in east london. a 27 year old man is found guilty when her husband went out of murdering grace millane, the british backpacker strangled to death in new zealand. into the garden and he surprised she met her killer on a tinder date. grace's parents wept when the jury mrs muhammad‘s ex—husband, returned their verdict. ramanodge unmathallegadoo this will be with us he had been hiding in the shed. for the rest of our lives. grace was a beautiful, talented, loving daughter. grace was our sunshine armed with two crossbows, he ran out and she will be missed forever. of the shed and mr mohammed ran nigel farage unveils in to try to warn his wife the brexit party's policies for the election — not a manifesto, he says, but a contract with the people. what was happening. the brexit party are the party of the new radicals, that is who we are. but unmathallegadoo fired we want to bring politics and our the crossbow, it hit mrs muhammad
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and she died fairly quickly. democracy into the 21st—century. but her unborn child was actually saved with an emergency caesarean. a man who shot his heavily the court heard that pregnant ex—wife dead with a crossbow has been found unmathallegadoo had never really guilty of her murder. been able to get over the fact that his wife had divorced him and gone on to remarry two treasure hunters are jailed and have more children. for stealing a viking hoard it seems that in 2012 worth millions pounds. there was an incident in which his then wife jumped out of an upstairs window because she was afraid that her husband was going to kill him. coming up on afternoon after a trial in 2013, he was live all the sport. cleared of trying to attack her, scotland face a tough route to euro 2020. but he was subjected to a banning if they beat israel who they've order stopping him from coming close drawn in their play—off semi—final, to her and her new family. they'll have to take on the winner even though that order of norway against serbia for was still in place, it a chance of reaching still didn‘t stop him from murdering her. and the court heard that, although he said he was just trying the competition. to to scare her husband. in fact, it seemed he was equipped to tie the couple up, potentially kill them both and the unborn child. and although he was able to kill his ex—wife, at least the child was saved. richard lister with that very sad story. now it‘s time for a look at the weather. and ben has all the weather. heavy and persistent rain through most of the uk. with that some drier interludes particularly on sunday. and it will feel quite a lot milder news on a lot of snow in parts of but through tonight, turning very wet indeed for the south—west of europe, coming up just
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news on a lot of snow in parts of europe, coming upjust before half england and south wales. some travel past. disruption here. rain extending northwards across england and wales. the further north you are, more dry weather, clearer skies allowing it to get quite chilly. most of us, a good afternoon and welcome to afternoon live. mild night with the crowd in the a man who strangled a british backpacker and hid her body rain and a brisk breeze as well. inside a suitcase has been found into tomorrow, further pulses of guilty of her murder. grace millane was killed the night before her 22nd birthday last december. rain and through the afternoon, the her parents wept in court heaviest of the rain across parts of as the jury returned its unanimous verdict. north—east england, the east her father said the family had been "ripped apart" midlands and covering into scotland. northern scotland holding onto dry by grace's ‘brutal' death. weather, brightening up in the east, a court suppression order has ruled highs of 12 celsius. through that the man's identity cannot be saturday night, very wet for disclosed and bans media from naming north—east scotland, sunday drier and picturing him. shaimaa khalil reports summers could have some fog and low from the court in auckland. a family united in grief. cloud. david and gillian millane leaving court after their daughter's killer was convicted of murder. this is bbc news — grace was taken away our latest headlines... from us in the most brutal fashion a year ago. a 27 year old man, who cannot be 0ur lives and family named for legal reasons, is found guilty of murdering
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grace millane, the british have been ripped apart. backpacker strangled to death in new zealand. ms millane‘s parents paid tribute to her, grace was a beautiful, outside the city‘s high court talented, loving daughter, after the verdict. nigel farage unveils grace was our sunshine, the brexit party‘s policies for the election — and she will be missed forever. not a manifesto, he says, but a contract with the people. she did not deserve to be murdered in such a barbaric way. a man who shot his heavily pregnant ex—wife dead this is grace millane, with a crossbow, has been found the night before her 22nd guilty of murder following a retrial at the old bailey. birthday in december. the last time she was seen alive. grace's killer appeared in court today, his identity cannot be disclosed for now, due to a court suppression order. sport now on afternoon live with jane dougall, and the draw has cctv showed the pair out been made for football‘s drinking, but within hours, she was strangled in his apartment. euro 2020 play—offs. this is the killer telling scotla nd scotland have drawn israel. england police why he didn't call already qualified through the an ambulance to help grace. traditional route with scotland i dialled 111. having a play—off place by winning their nation of the group. scotland but i didn't hit the button. have beaten israel three times out of the four times they have played, because i was scared which is promising for them. the match will be at hand on march 26 at how bad it looked. with the winner going through to face either norway or serbia for a place in the finals next summer.
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why did you think it looked bad? some of the teams already knew their well, there's a dead fixtures, northern ireland were playing bosnia, the republic of person in my room. ireland saying slovakia. if they both wind, they will face each other the jury heard that after the murder, the man searched online for "how in belfast. chelsea travel to play to dispose of a corpse". he also watched extreme pornography. defending champions manchester city for the eid match tomorrow with they also saw him going frank lampard being asked about his on a date with another woman former boss who has been announced while grace's body was still in his room. as the new tottenham manager this this is him later, moving week. unsurprisingly, he was the body in a suitcase. complimentary about mourinho but he then buried it in a shallow grave when lampard complimentary about mourinho but when lampa rd was complimentary about mourinho but when lampard was asked if he would in bushland outside auckland. ever ta ke when lampard was asked if he would ever take thejob when lampard was asked if he would ever take the job at white hart the defence argued that grace died lane, he had a definitive answer.” accidentally, that this was a consensual sex act gone wrong, can firmly say no and you can be but the jury did not believe it. played out again in ten years or whatever you want. it would not they heard forensic evidence of how happen but things are different. as grace endured sustained i say, housing happen but things are different. as isay, housing renewal pressure on her neck for five happen but things are different. as i say, housing renewal has worked with a lot of football clubs and we to ten minutes. have to respect his right to work. they also heard the prosecution 0n the other hand, i was here for 13 argument that the killer yea rs 0n the other hand, i was here for 13 sexualised her death by taking years as intimate photos 0n the other hand, i was here for 13 yea rs as a 0n the other hand, i was here for 13 years as a player, had an absolutely of her dead body. deep feeling for the club and went to manchester city for a year at the grace's murder shocked this nation. end of my career but chelsea certainly is some thing very close at the time, the country's to my heart hence i am so proud to manage this club and why i would not prime minister could not
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hide her emotions. manage this club and why i would not manage tottenham, which is no on behalf of new zealand, disrespect to them, i have a lot of i want to apologise to grace's family. friends at are tottenham fans, arsenalfans friends at are tottenham fans, arsenal fans but there are feelings where you‘re in it where there are your daughter should have been safe some things you wouldn‘t do, not as here and she wasn't and i respectful to the club but because am sorry for that. of what chelsea has given me over my time here as a player and what they‘ve given me now is something the outpouring of sorrow and support was felt strongly certainly not on my list. by grace's family. we would like to thank wa nt to want to cricket, england holed a the people of new zealand. five will it advantage. crucial they have opened their hearts contribution at both ends, ben to grace and ourfamily. stokes topping the scoring with 91. we must return home and try smashing 12 floors. sam curran took and pick up the pieces of our lives, and day—to—day, the key wicket of new zealand without our beloved grace. captain kane williamson in the final today's verdict may give the family some closure. hour with new zealand being 144—4 at but it will not take away the close of play with england from the pain and the suffering leading up to 49. very happy. they they have had to endure. chipped away, worked really well as and shaima khalil has given us this a bowling unit. complemented each other very well. handling the attack update from auckland — explaining how the trial has been very well. england in the box seat
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here. chipping away tomorrow. new followed in new zealand. new zealand is a country that prides itself on how safe it is, zealand have not got a lot of being welcoming and a destination batting left so i think england would fancy their chances of getting a substantial lead. for backpackers around the world. grace came here on a backpacking holiday and the raw emotion there will be more coverage of that we saw from the family, on the bbc sport website. that‘s it that came pouring in at the time for now. 0ver on the bbc sport website. that‘s it for now. over to you. when it happened, families took their children to the area where grace's body was found to pay their respects and that now on afternoon live — let‘s go nationwide — and see what‘s happening around stayed with the family the country — in our daily visit because the father david thanked the people of new zealand to the bbc newsrooms around the uk. for their support. we also saw great emotion inside the courtroom let‘s go to eastbourne where hotel from the family, the tense moment has been "engulfed in flames" after a fire broke out just before the verdict in its basement. was announced, they held hands bbc south east today‘s john and broke down in tears hunt is there for us. when it was announced. and we‘ll be in leeds where look north‘s amy garcia we could see members of the jury is talking about an initiative to help kids in care stay out of crime. crying as they left the courtroom.
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the judge addressed them and said this was a very difficult and highly complex case and we know that grace's murderer will be sentenced john, how did the fire start? on the 21st of february. the brexit party has unveiled its policies for the election, the fire service say there was an promising "fundamental change" explosion or series of explosions in for the uk after it leaves the basement the hotel. we‘ve heard the european union. instead of a traditional manifesto, that the wall came down and then the the party's leader nigel farage published what he called a ‘contract with the people'. fire quickly spread. the explosions he promised to raise two hundred billion pounds we re fire quickly spread. the explosions were heard by mid—morning. the by withholding eu contributions, redirecting foreign aid and scrapping hs2. entire hotel was engulfed in flames. there were 130 guests staying at the he also said the party hotel, we are told that the hotel would get rid of the house was very hotel, we are told that the hotel of lords and reform the supreme was very quickly evacuated and all court. those guests and staff are accounted tom symonds has been following the launch for. there were taken to a nearby and a warning his report contains some flash photography. hotel for shelter. six people were they have not even been in existence for one year, and his party has been taunted taken to hospital, suffering from for not having any policies, breathing difficulties. in the hotel except the one which was in the name of the party. so, what has he been launching today? when they heard this for alfred and well, it is a contract with the people, as he calls it, jenny powell. we had just started
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not a manifesto, but it does have our breakfast and there was this some promises, including the promise massive explosion. i thought a big of radical thinking. window had blown out, then we none of those things will happen realised it was more serious. there with the conservative party and the labour party. was debris everywhere. people that we re was debris everywhere. people that they don't want any fundamental were sat directly behind the wall or change or reform to the system in front of the wall... yeah, you at all, and i detect there is a big change of mood out there in the country. saw people on the floor. if you this is something that will become people lying on the floor, really part of the mainstream debate. shaken up. white met a mercy no one whether it is over the next three weeks, whether it is in time, was badly hurt in the fire. from the i don't know the answer, but the need and desire for political and institutional pictures we can see, it looks like reform is enormous. the hotel has suffered substantial the party wants a clean break damage. there doesn't seem to be any from the eu, without paying any more money, money which nigel farage pa rt damage. there doesn't seem to be any part of the hotel that escaped the wants to spend on road, rail, high streets, cancelling the interest student loans flames. there was one point for the and costing cutting the cost of living. fire service were concerned the fla mes fire service were concerned the flames may spread across to a as yet, three and a half years on, there has been nothing neighbouring hotel and there were for the little people, homes right by the hotel and of nothing for the ordinary people whatsoever, as our politics those homes had to be evacuated. it and our debate around the economy
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continues to be dominated by giant corporate global business. is great that no one managed to starting with cuts to vat suffer more than minor injuries big on domestic fuel and hoping that and this building as well as a very importing products from outside prominent landmark, listed building, right opposite the pier. the fire the eu will lead to lower prices. service had around 50 firefighters with extinction rebellion outside, here, all manner of other specialist there was almost nothing on climate change, except planting trees. equipment and a very complex operation for the fire service, we can hearfrom the brexit party may have signed up operation for the fire service, we can hear from the assistant chief former conservative ann widdecombe, mark andrews. as you can see, it but it is not fielding enough candidates to win this election. nigel farage has described his party as a start—up. spread through and in water supplies perhaps he's hoping to disrupt on the beach, but they wind has an existing political market. without us, there will prove n on the beach, but they wind has proven difficult. we are now in a position where we've almost got the be no genuine brexit. fire surrounded. all guests and we now want to lead the next phase, which is a political revolution that staff have been accounted for, the puts the ordinary people first. owners of the hotel have told us thank you. they are very grateful to other in the end, it is the populist hotels in eastbourne and that they pitch, vote for us, we are not part of the westminster status quo. have looked after those guests. the
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town hall has been identified but but the push for a political revolution stood out. the brexit party wa nts revolution stood out. the brexit party wants to abolish the house of lords, have a new voting system to the cause has not. we know the get civil servants to sign an oath of impartiality. add to people to electricity services are or if vote for referendums. who would have you're in eastbourne this evening. thought it? amy, tells more about this pioneering scheme for people in the ca re pioneering scheme for people in the care system. young people and care the welsh nationalists, plaid cymru, are 50 times more likely to be launched their election manifesto this morning. organised than other children. i'm speaking at an event in a village sure you've heard that statistic just north of cardiff, the plaid leader adam price called for a huge investment in green energy to help fund a new, before but a scheme in yorkshire is changing that. they are sent for independent wales — and called for a second brexit referendum. 0ur correspondent tomos morgan has been looking at some residential placements. of their spending pledges. the initiative, called no wrong door, tell us they are pledging to spend many on unlike traditional care homes, they electrifying the railway offer traditional speech and across south wales, building more railway across the country and building language services. 0n hand, no large—scale energy infrastructure
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projects such as three tidal lagoons, tidal barrage appointment needed, under one roof. and a new offshore wind farm. you may remember the swansea bay because they are not being shipped tidal lagoon due to out to another area, some can build be the first in the world was turned family bonds. down by the uk government last year. big infrastructure projects and they can response ability, not energy projects which create a huge moving people. far less interactions amount of power are actually not yet with police. whether it be arrests fully devolved to wales so some of or missing children. those figures those pledges in the manifesto would still uk westminster approval but he began his speech today adam price by have fallen in doubt is as a result talking about brexit, of working more closely. having the embedded workers in our team... tag line is wales is trying to cement themselves as the pro—remain tells more about what has happened. party and wales, the best choice for remainers. he said that brexit is not you make the figures speak for just a problem for boris themselves. in the past 18 months, johnson, it has a problem for wales there has been a 38% drop in and plaid cymru are fighting for a arrests, nearly 70% drop in missing second referendum to give children. hospitaladmissions the people of the final say. arrests, nearly 70% drop in missing children. hospital admissions are down by 92%. he is the saviour. you may remember plaid cymru have made a pro remain loads of support, back on with
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schooling. i didn‘t go out and do allicane with the liberal democrats and the green party in the horrible stuff i was doing. got wales. qualifications. now a roman. none of them are aiming to target the horrible stuff i was doing. got qualifications. now a romanm seems if you give these young people seats that are marginal. your security and support, they can the aim of the manifesto thrive. north yorkshire county today by plaid cymru council is leading a government and adam price is trying to say roll—out across the country. thank that there is a wider debate, notjust brexit and the aim for the people of wales in the manifesto is to open that and draw them into the other you. we appreciated to both of you. key policies such as the green job revolution the green job revolution but some of the others if you would like to see more on any of those stories, you can access such as offering free childcare for young children between one them as a reminder to go nationwide. and three, fully public fibre broadband by 2025 and the pledge to create 20,000 new homes in wales over the next five years. the pledge from adam price now to scotland. today is to say that we glasgow‘s health board has been are main pro remain party in wales, placed...
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a hospital in glasgow is being put trying to draw voters and that way. into special measures after a series of problems including let's take a look at some of today's other election news the death of a ten—year—old girl. the shadow chancellor, john mcdonnell, has rejected claims from the independent the £800 million plus super hospital economic think tank, the institute for fiscal studies, or campus known as the queen that labour's manifesto commitments elizabeth university hospital is one can't be met with 95 per cent of the biggest in europe and it has of taxpayers paying no extra tax. been dogged by problems since it openedin been dogged by problems since it the instititute also suggested that opened in 2015. primarily to do with increasing corporation tax infection control and in particular would result in lower wages to do with infection control on to and higher prices. children‘s cancer wards at the children‘s hospital on the site. in i don't think they have taken into account the whole range of the policies that we have been the past couple of weeks, developing that set out in the manifesto, the arguing for example revelations appointed to these problems stretching way back to that if we increase corporation tax 2017. there were comments from a whistle—blower and then to bereaved and withdraw the tax cuts that the tories have given the big mothers whose children were being corporations somehow that will treated at the hospital in 2017 came result in lower wages on increased prices. there is no evidence forward to separately air their concerns. last week, the bereaved to suggest that whatsoever. the conservatives have announced that — if they win the election — mother of ten—year—old milly main foreigners buying properties in england will be forced to pay said she was 100% certain the death of her daughter was linked to
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3% more in stamp duty than uk residents. contaminated water at the site. she had been recovering from leukaemia the party says it would raise up when she died of a bloodstream to 120 million pounds a year that infection. her mother said she would be used to help believed she had been lied to and there had been a cover—up, and that tackle rough sleeping. you're watching afternoon live, these are our headlines at it had been the because of her a 27 year old man is found guilty of murdering grace millane, the british backpacker strangled death. a little boy was also a new to death in new zealand. ms millane's body was found in bushland outside auckland. her parents paid tribute world and died just days before to their daughter outside the court after the verdict. milly main and his mother has been thinking about concerns. victoria friedman said she was looking for nigel farage unveils a nswe rs friedman said she was looking for answers but no one had been the brexit party's policies for the election — not a manifesto, he says, but a contract with the people. answering her. the scottish health a man who shot his heavily pregnant ex—wife dead secretary have both apologised. the with a crossbow has been found guilty of her murder. concerns of these two bereaved pa rents concerns of these two bereaved parents have concerns of these two bereaved pa rents have really concerns of these two bereaved parents have really heaped pressure the draw for the euro play—off on the government to intervene, to places has taken place with scotland ta ke on the government to intervene, to take control of the board which runs drawing israel. northern ireland and the hospital and today they did just the republic of iron have learned that. what will happen next? it‘s
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they will play each other in belfast quite complicated but it is gotten‘s fa when the respective semifinals. largest health board called nhs greater glasgow and clyde, which is new zealand trailing by 200 main the border 20 hospital and it‘s been runs, sam curran took the crucial escalated to what is called stage four of the nhs board performance wicket. andy murray is likely to be escalation framework. in effect, in action for great britain as they it‘s been put into special measures play germany in the davis cup to do with those ongoing issues, to do with infection prevention and it quarterfinals this afternoon, he was arrested yesterday for the win against kazakhstan. —— he was means oversight, and oversight board will be put in place. the secretary arrested. —— arrested. has been speaking in the last hour orso, has been speaking in the last hour or so, saying it‘s all to do with concerns with infection control and engagement with patients and their president trump has given family. there is significant room a telephone interview to american morning show fox & friends in which he's welcomed the ongoing impeachment for improvement. this is why this proceedings against him... he called in for 53 minutes, it was escalation has been put in place. thank you. a meandering interview to say the least. he number one said that
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democrats were making fools of ahead of tonights question time the prime minister boris themselves through these impeachment johnson has made an appearance at a hospital in nottinghamshire hearings, he did not heed the where he and met hospital staff and patients. criticism and warnings he has had he was asked about the conservatives‘ plans for the nhs four intimidating witnesses because and why he went in to the hospital he did some of that in this through the back entrance. i‘ve met loads of people and i‘m interview, he did not care about the criticism he has had for peddling thrilled to say that we are investing 14.9 million into this hospital unit. in order to transform what security advisers have said very dangerous conspiracy theories the a and e and they way they are that ukraine was involved in able to treat patients as they middling on the 2016 election and not russia because he did that common. it would be an immense again. years also been criticised in logistical saving. we are looking... the past for talking about wanting to know who the whistle—blower is, the identity of the whistle—blower, he did that again this interview but 20 new hospitals being put in. 20? clearly he said he was clearly angered by somethings she has heard 20 new hospitals being put in. 20? 20 hospital operates. we are on the ceilings but was not worried about it and that he would welcome a trial and the senate. do you know starting 40 new hospitals as a result of decisions taken by this
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government because you‘re putting who i want is the first witness, i the biggest ever cash boost into the nhs and we can only do that because wa nt you‘re running a strong economy who i want is the first witness, i want a trial, i number one they which will be put in peril in two should never ever impeach, i watched ways, first of all by the reckless economic policies that were announced yesterday and also because of the heart of the labour manifesto five people on your network yesterday say there's nothing here. is still this vast mystery about what the labour party policies, with the special counsel, ken starr, he what the labour party policies, with what mr common‘s policy on brexit. was fantastic, he said that as we need to get brexit done. we will nothing here so number one there should never be an impeachment, that ta ke we need to get brexit done. we will take the whole country forward. phone call was totally appropriate. the uk has been called an ‘illegal colonial occupier‘ after ignoring a deadline to give up an overseas territory. the united nations had given britain assuming these people are as sleazy six months to relinquish control as the r and nancy pelosi is totally of the chagos islands — which are in the middle incompetent, she has lost, she does of the indian ocean — but that deadline has now passed. not know what she is doing, she has mauritius claims it was forced to give the archipelago to britain in 1965 in return not know what she is doing, she has not done anything, she cannot get for its independence. the british government says it has every right anything approved. everybody is working on this and just got blown to hold onto the islands — one of which, diego garcia, away because the put their witnesses up away because the put their witnesses up and we are not going to get... so is home to a us airbase. andrew harding has the story.
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you want a trial? you see donald these are the chagos islands, trump saying he thinks this will be tiny and remote, but now the subject good for him and the election next of an increasingly bitter tug—of—war year and he will get voted and again between britain and mauritius. britain controls the islands and, years ago, cut a secret deal thanks to what is going on in these to allow america to use the biggest island, diego garcia, impeachment hearings. it was quite as a military airbase. but earlier this year, the united nations‘s top court said wide—ranging interview including an the uk had no right to keep hold of chagos, that it was violating extraordinary claim that hong kong would have been obliterated in 1a international law and, in may, the un general assembly voted overwhelmingly to give britain minutes effort wasn't for him a six—month deadline to hand calling the present of china telecom the islands over to mauritius. not to send an 1 million troops. that and one spouse came out in this today, britain‘s response was short and defiant. interview. —— that and what else —— the foreign office said, "the british indian ocean territory", as the chagos islands are officially known, "has been under british sovereignty lots else. that was a fascinating since 1814 and the uk does not recognise mauritius‘ claim the islands". but this morning, the labour moment to watch that interview with leader, jeremy corbyn, three presenters lined up and no one
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challenges him when he says the interview was totally appropriate flatly contradicted that, saying that if he becomes prime when he says the democrats are minister he will hand sleazy. it does seem to be a very tribal eyes idiot environment in the islands back to mauritius. which the president can come in and meander 53 minutes unchallenged. yes, absolutely, i have been involved in the chagos campaign for a very long time. what happened to the chagos there is no question about it and islanders was utterly disgraceful, thatis forcibly removed from their own there is no question about it and that is why these impeachment islands, unfortunately hearings are not necessarily by this country. changing peoples minds across america because they are getting used from the place they want to get they need a full apology, and that supports often their own they need adequate compensation, they‘ve had some, but i don‘t believe it is sufficient, and i believe the right prejudices. if you do watch fox news of return to those islands is absolutely important. he doesn't look like he has been a good couple of weeks for the in mauritius today, a small demonstration by chagosians. democrats but if you watch cnn looks they are demanding the right like the democrats made a very to return to their island home and the government of mauritius is stepping up its war compelling case of public hearings of words with britain. that donald trump did indeed want military aid held back from ukraine this situation clearly leaves the united kingdom as an illegal colonial occupier.
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until ukraine and is the start of investigations into joe biden. until ukraine and is the start of investigations intojoe biden. there for now, the british government we re investigations intojoe biden. there were moments during this interview may feel it can ignore this sort of criticism, when the fox supporters did try to that any punishment will be minor, but the tussle over these tiny islands is damaging britain‘s reputation on the global stage. challenge donald trump on the conspiracy is about ukraine meddling in the elections, there was fear in the eyes of the presenters with the kind of conspiracy theories he was espousing. but you are right, there is only one channel he goes on before we go to weather, something regularly, you could hear through his answer is that this rate gets very different, his answer is that this rate gets his news from as well but that is finally, a town‘s festive display has caused dismay among some locals. the council in alton, hampshire pa rt his news from as well but that is part of this polarised media wanted something "quirky" — landscape that exists here. thank and so unveiled a giant skiing marmot but people have complained that the giant rodent has no relevance to christmas. you. duncan kennedy has this report. a man who shot his heavily pregnant ex—wife dead with a crossbow, has been found guilty of murder following a retrial at the old bailey. a short while ago, one christmas. bubbles, check, father of the detectives involved christmas, check. nationaltreasure, in the case gave this statement on behalf of the victim's mother. the loss of my one and only child
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has had a profound impact on the and check. this is the official first of my life. i lived for my daughter and my life. i lived for my daughter and my grandchildren, she was my entire world. i know feel alone. there are three offering and its dividing days i do not want to live. i want local opinion. i wouldn't have it on to hear her voice, speak to her on my front garden but it's great for the telephone and i cannot. i want the kids. i know a lot of you don't to embrace her, to see her beautiful like and what does it matter? you look quite christmassy. the alpine smile andi to embrace her, to see her beautiful smile and i will never be able to. my smile and i will never be able to. my life will never be the same, i know live in constant fear and cannot sleep because i think about squirrel is normally found in places like north america, not north what happened to her all the time hampshire. while some have written and how she suffered. the sadness i it off as a giant rat, others yet as feel is overwhelming and constant, a cuddly christmas thing. that kind everyday i think about how the of works. but the council which has children broke up without their mother who was taking good care of them and loving them everyday. i spent £20,000 on its christmas decorations says we should not trusted that my young daughter would ridicule this rodent. why a marmot? be taken care of and kept safe and had marriage, this trust was abused. why not? he was available, he was i always treated him as my own son, second—hand from camden, he is i thought of him and his well—being
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re cycled second—hand from camden, he is recycled and also his quirky. after the separation. brings me so much pain to know that he could be compare a real moment with the so capable of something so hateful alternative and your none the wiser. and calculated, i cannot forgive while it may not be part of the traditional nativity story, this him. marmite marmot will remain a furry our correspondent, fixture for christmas. if they don't richard lister has been following the case. love it now, they will by january. tonight‘s question time leaders the background is that she was special starts at 7pm on bbc one and you can get live fact checking and analysis preparing dinner at the family home on bbc.co.uk/news, the bbc news app and the bbc news channel. when her husband surprised can't and we‘ll have more on the election, later in the programme. ex—husband who had been hiding in the shed armed with two crossbows, he ran out of the shed and mr now it‘s time for a look at the weather. mohammed tried to warn his wife but the cross was fired and it hit mrs good afternoon. this week has
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brought many of us a bit of a break mohammed and she died quickly but from the very wettest of the weather. however, heavy and her unborn child was saved. the persistent rain is now making a cutout he had never been able to get return. problems as we head into the over the fact his wife had divorced weekend, with that it is going to feel milder. this is the radar him and got on to remarry and have picture from earlier today, you can more children. in 2012 there was see showers that have been drifting insta nt northwards, some persistent rain more children. in 2012 there was instant riches then wife jumped out developing through parts of the and upstairs window because she was midlands, country, south wales and and upstairs window because she was a freighter was going to kill him. the south—west of england and this is the area that we are most about after a trial in 2013 he was the of tonight, met office together other trying to attack her but he was weather warnings in fourth, 50 subjected to a banning order millimetres of rain over the high ground of dartmoor and south wales stopping him from coming close to for example. that could be enough her and her new family even though range of course a localised flooding that order was still in place and still did not stop him from and certainly some very poor travelling conditions. if we look at murdering her on the court heard the uk as a whole through tonight, that although he said he was trying you can see the rain extending to scare her husband, in fact it through parts of the midlands, seemed he was equipped to tie the coventry north and midlands and northern ireland as we move on. the further east and north you are, some couple up potentially kill them both splashes of rain, a bit drier and and the unborn child and although he was able to kill his ex—wife at the northern scotland will be —— might hold on to clear skies, least a child was saved. chilly, some cloud, the rain and a
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brisk breeze. they might receive and the leaders of the 4 main into the first part of tomorrow parties are gearing up where we will continue to theatrics for a question time leaders of rain moving erratically north of special...they'll each face 30 minutes of questions from the audience. it's all taking place in sheffield.. england, wales, northern ireland and southern scotland but through the and christian fraser afternoon, things should start to brighten up a little bit across east is there for us. anglia and the south—east, and the rain will tend to peter out across the west and to an extent across the the anticipation building, just underfour hours south of wales. the focus by this the anticipation building, just under four hours away from the first of the bbc debates so the leaders of the four major parties will be on stage shifting to the east midlands stage tonight for the alive question and north—east england. enough to time debate, fiona bruce and lucia cause localised flooding. particularly outwit the ground is at keeping a tight reign on it all. the moment, the rain tending to ease off through northern ireland, heavy sheffield is a good place to come because in recent years that has and persistent for the soul parts of sent a few surprises, in 2016 went scotland. holding onto some sunny spells but as we head into the evening, the wet weather will move narrowly for brexit and bucked the its way in. again, there could be trend because liverpool, manchester, enough rain to cause some nottingham went to once remain, disruption. it does not return a little drier for the south because sheffield was the exception so you may tear a flavour of that in some of this area of high pressure. it is a long way away but you can see this of the comments tonight. in 2017 and served up one of the shocks of the bump in the isobars, a ridge of high pressure to take us into sunday morning. sunday is looking like a
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drier day for most could be quite a election, labour defeated nick clegg, the former deputy prime lot of folk around first thing in some of that could be very slow to minister. that was one of the brick clear. likely to stay rainy in some places all they wrote one. rain into of moments and the television shetlands and the far south. debates in 2010, rather get generally speaking, more any way of something that tonight? and dry weather and fairly mild with sheffield nick clegg must i take highs of 9—12dc. battle between labour and the liberal democrats, so a flavour of the local politics as well. with me now is our political correspondent iain watson. he has been interviewed and the auditorium. let's not get over excited. we got exclusive access and a beacon run through the format of the programme. the four party leaders will be making their pitch from this very
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podium, they represent the four biggest parties at westminster. rather bizarrely for a general election they have agreed on something, the order of service. jeremy corbyn will be fast then nicola sturgeon thenjo swinson and jeremy corbyn will be first then nicola sturgeon thenjo swinson and finally borisjohnson. the spectre of the size of the parties they will what is different from a conventional debate is here the audience will be in charge, sitting here, 150 of them representative of the british public as a whole. the headlines at 5: a 27—year—old they will be putting the question man is found guilty of murdering directly to the politicians grace millane, the british backpacker who was and from past experience they can strangled in new zealand. really put them on the spot so who knows, perhaps tonight we will grace was killed the night change the whole shape of this before her 22nd birthday. general election. she met her killer on a tinder date. he hid her body in a suitcase. grace‘s parents cried when the jury returned its verdict. difficult questions on a poor
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this will be with us performance and perhaps... for the rest of our lives. grace was a beautiful, talented, loving daughter. grace was our sunshine, difficult questions on a poor performance and perhaps. . m difficult questions on a poor performance and perhaps... it is an interesting thing trying to balance and she will be missed forever. tonight because this is a city that we‘ll have more on today‘s murder has led towards the left but also conviction from new zealand. lea ns has led towards the left but also leans towards brexit. you are going to get all kinds of flavours. also on tonight‘s programme: nigel farage unveils the brexit party‘s policies for the election — becomes incredible difficult because not a manifesto, he says, conventionally on these occasions that are meant to be representative of the british public you get more conservatives and labour than any other parties but for labour in particular that can be different views on brexit within people who say usually what from the party and from their point of view you might get bowled a googly from his own side, people asking for more clarity on the brexit issue. some might vote labour and leave and want to buy he
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is backing a second referendum sunday on the domain state—wide don't you simply say which way you would vote. but equally many people working in public services, little what the agenda onto that so it can be difficult for boris johnson. jeremy corbyn is currently lagging in the polls, it is an important occasion for him and important for jo swinson because the leader of the liberal democrats wasn't in the head—to—head debate from itv, she was not pleased about that, and she is necessarily as well—known as the other candidates and has to make a huge impression on the british public when she gets 30 minutes of fame this evening. thank you. two hours, each of the leaders gets 30 minutes. we will be here when various teams will be talking about what they want to get across and
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after the debate to mop up what they all thought of it. if you are watching you can get a full fact check on the website. also on the news channel. time for a look at the weather... a lot of snow but this is not in the uk, this is slovenia over the alps, 285 centimetres of snow on the ground at the moment, close to three metres, the kind of amount they would expect by the end of the season, not so soon and november. why hasn't been that big dumping of snow? low—pressure which is also brought rain nsi and look at the forecast, more snow to come over the alps as it continues to fall the ongoing risk of avalanche, more
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heavy rain for italy, strong winds through the adriatic plus high tides sunday into monday and venice so thatis sunday into monday and venice so that is one to keep an ion. it lot going on in europe, mild in the west, cold up for that east but a lot going on. mild for us, but the other side is maybe less welcome because after what has been a fairly dry week heavy rain is making a return. not everywhere but in various parts of the uk the rainfall could cause some problems. this is the radar picture showing the rain has fallen, she was drifting north but the persistent rain spreads west and through to lately first india of concern is the south—west and south of wales, a met office weather warning and the potential for really
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tricky travel conditions. also some localised flooding. looking more broadly at the uk, the rain extends across western parts, towards northern ireland, some rain towards the south—east, the further north more dry weather, clearest across northern scotland, chilly here, mild elsewhere thanks to the cloud and rain and a brisk breeze continuing into tomorrow. through tomorrow further outbreaks of rain drifting across england and wales, went through the south—west and south wales, rain in northern ireland as well, turning weight for southern scotla nd well, turning weight for southern scotland but through the afternoon brea ks scotland but through the afternoon breaks in the cloud, the chance for brightness developing across southern counties, rain petering out for the south—west and southern half of wales. the focus for wet weather shifts to the east, the ground very wet so more persistent rain will not be welcome. drying up in northern ireland but honey increasingly wait for southern and eastern scotland,
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northern scotland through daylight hours should be dry but getting into the evening, the heavy rain drifts east and northern scotland with up to 80 millimetres of rain possible that could be problems with flooding and poor travelling conditions. sunday brings something drier because of the high pressure, has an informant on our underneath on sunday trapping a lot of mist and fog early which could lift and hang around 0d as low clouds are doubly expecting a bright day but at least most of us spoke at a dry one, rain returning to the south—west later and lighter winds but again between nine and 12 saw temperatures remaining higher than they have been. certainly rain gives cause for concern, one thing is enforced, 01:32:49,133 --> 4294966103:13:29,430 check those on the website.
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