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this is bbc news — our latest headlines. lorry driver maurice robinson appears in court over the deaths of 39 vietnamese migrants — he admits to plotting to assist illegal immigration. hello, you're watching mr robinson is accused of being afternoon live — i'm simon mccoy. the driver of the refrigerated today at 2: vehicle in which the bodies lorry driver maurice robinson of the migrants were appears in court over the deaths found last month. of 39 vietnamese migrants — he admits to plotting to assist two cinema chains pull illegal immigration. the gang—themed film blue story after a brawl at a complex in birmingham at the weekend. vue cinemas say the decision joy at the ballot box — pro—democracy supporters celebrate followed 25 significant incidents. as they win overwhelmingly joy at the ballot box in hong kong's local elections. — pro—democracy supporters celebrate as they win overwhelmingly the hong kong government must have been hoping that after this election perhaps the protests might die down, in hong kong's local elections. hello, you're watching but the stunning opposition victory afternoon live — i'm simon mccoy. the territory's leader carrie lam today at 4: seems to have given the movement has said she will listen lorry driver maurice robinson and reflect seriously on the message appears in court over the deaths and its supporters new momentum. sent by voters. of 39 vietnamese migrants — where now for uber? he admits to plotting to assist where now for uber? the ride—hailing app the ride—hailing app loses its licence to operate illegal immigration. in london after being found to be loses its licence to operate in london after being found to be "not fit and proper," despite having made a number of positive changes one of the cinema chains who pulled "not fit and proper". the gang film blue story a second cinema chain pulls to its operations. after a brawl in birmingham — the gang—themed film says it followed significant blue story after a brawl incidents at a number at a complex in birmingham at the weekend. sport now on afternoon live, of other cinemas. with ben croucher. we've talked about a number concentrations of carbon dioxide of incidents of racism in football and other greenhouse gases reached
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and today we're having to talk coming up on afternoon record highes last year — live all the sport. according to the world about the issue in cricket. meteorological organisation. england slip to defeat in the first test against new zealand sadly, not for the first time over but in the process, pace bowler the last few months, jofra archer says he was subjected we're talking about racist abuse to racist abuse from an spectator from fans rather joy at the ballot box — than the sport itself. as he left the field. pro—democracy supporters celebrate we'll tell you what he and a as they win overwhelmingly this time it's in cricket, in hong kong's local elections. new zealand cricket have had to say where england fast bowler the territory's leader carrie lam has said she will reflect seriously on the incident at 2:30. jofra archer says he was targetted on the clear message sent by voters. thanks. as he left the field on the final day of england's first test match and ben rich has the weather. against new zealand in mount manganui. how people orderly and peacefully good afternoon. we are going to talk archer had spent over an hour about all the weather in the uk this batting to try to rescue a draw lined up outside the voting station early in the morning just because week. some wind and rain in the they had to vote. we deserve forecast. i will take you to africa for england, and after he got out he says the incident occured. democracy. where severe rainfall has caused in a post on social media coming up on afternoon live after the close, he said... all the sport — with ben croucher. flooding and landslides. some dramatic pictures just before half jofra archer says he past. was racially insulted during england's first test defeat thanks, ben. to new zealand. also coming up — both the ecb and new zealand cricket spectacular treasures worth up to a billion euros are stolen — have condemned racism in cricket with an investigation to get in a daring heist of historic new zealand cricket have responded, underway on tuesday to identify jewellery, diamonds and precious the spectator involved. stones at a museum in dresden. and in a statement themselves i'll have all the details at 4:30. they said they'll be contacting thanks. and apologising to archer, who was racially abused and we'll bejoining by a spectator as he left the field. you for a full update just after half—past. ben has all the weather.
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spina spin a favoured few got to see brightness today but for many more hello, everyone. this is afternoon live. it was cloudy. it turns wetter and a lorry driver who is accused of the deaths of 39 migrants windier for it was cloudy. it turns wetter and windierfor many it was cloudy. it turns wetter and windier for many tomorrow. i will found in a refrigerated lorry england cricket have also condemned have the details later on. in essex has pleaded guilty the behaviour, saying thanks, ben. to conspiracy to assist there is no place for racist also coming up — illegal immigration. maurice robinson, from craigavon, behaviour in the game. spectacular treasures worth up to a billion euros are stolen — is accused of being part of a larger we are expecting to hear from england's director of cricket in a daring heist of historic plot to bring people ashley giles later this evening. jewellery, diamonds and precious into the uk illegally. stones at a museum in dresden. he was not asked to plead to 39 charges of manslaughter, which he also faces. the bodies of 39 people from vietnam, including children, turning attention to what happened were discovered last month on the pitch, and that was a in the back of a lorry in essex. disappointing for england. daniel sandford reports. not a great test match for england, it was on the 23rd of october that whose struggles away police were called to an industrial from home in test cricket in recent park in grays in essex after 39 years showed no signs of abating. hello, everyone — this they lost by an innings and 65 runs is afternoon live, i'm simon mccoy. people had been found dead in against new zealand. a lorry driver who is accused they knew they had to bat out of the deaths of 39 migrants the back of a sealed lorry trailer. found in a refrigerated lorry the day to avoid going 1—0 down in the two test series, in essex has pleaded guilty this morning, mo robinson, to conspiracy to assist the 25—year—old lorry driver and joe denly stuck illegal immigration. around for a session and a bit, from northern ireland arrested maurice robinson, from craigavon, at the time, appeared by video link when he was out for 35 and quickly is accused of being part of a larger followed by their only other two at the old bailey and pleaded guilty recognised batsmen — plot to bring people to conspiring with others the game was up, really. into the uk illegally. bowled out for 197. to assist illegal immigration. he was not asked to plead to 39 charges of manslaughter,
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which he also faces. he was not, at this stage, the bodies of 39 people asked to enter pleas to the 39 from vietnam, including children, charges of manslaughter he faces, we saw signs in this game that they were discovered last month nor to one of people trafficking in the back of a lorry in essex. or one of money—laundering. are playing with far more daniel sandford reports. disappointed than we have seen previously. i think doctors are both of the 39 people found dead it was on the 23rd of october that police were called to an industrial in the lorry, eight were female, at the but on the ball. if you look at the but on the ball. if you look park in grays in essex after 39 ten were teenagers — at the but on the ball. if you look at the transition england had, when two of them were 15—year—old boys. people had been found dead in they all came from vietnam and leave we went from that one day disaster the back of a sealed lorry trailer. in the world cup in 2015. it takes behind grieving families. this morning, mo robinson, the 25—year—old lorry driver sealed inside an unaccompanied lorry time to implement these plans, and i from northern ireland arrested trailer, they'd crossed think it is unrealistic for people the english channel from zeebrugge at the time, appeared by video link to expect england to come out and at the old bailey and pleaded guilty on this cargo ferry, the clementine, just be able to play in that manner to conspiring with others and arrived at the port of purfleet and be used to playing in that on the river thames, to assist illegal immigration. mannerfrom the and be used to playing in that manner from the first test match. i just east of london. think it is a question of giving the trailer had been dropped off he was not, at this stage, them time to bed and the mentality asked to enter pleas to the 39 at zeebrugge some 12 hours earlier by this lorry cab. of what they want to do. i think charges of manslaughter he faces, they were really good signs at times nor to one of people trafficking eamon harrison, also or one of money—laundering. from northern ireland, in this test match, but they came up is accused of being the driver against a new zealand team who are on the belgian side, and is fighting of the 39 people found dead pretty settled, who have had a way extradition from dublin. in the lorry, eight were female, to play their cricket for quite a ten were teenagers — and with the investigation into the lorry deaths while now, and executed that really two of them were 15—year—old boys. still continuing, a third man well in this test match. they all came from vietnam and leave from northern ireland, uk athletics have today confirmed 23—year—old christopher kennedy, that zara hyde peters will not behind grieving families.
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was due to appear in court become their new chief executive. sealed inside an unaccompanied lorry she was due to take up the position in chelmsford today, trailer, they'd crossed charged with people trafficking next week but with safeguarding the english channel from zeebrugge and assisting illegal immigration. allegations made against her husband daniel sandford, bbc news. last week, the governing body on this cargo ferry, the clementine, is no longer proceeding and arrived at the port of purfleet with the appointment. on the river thames, after massive gains by pro—democracy elsewhere in atheltics, just east of london. candidates in local elections in hong kong, british 400 metres runner the trailer had been dropped off at zeebrugge some 12 hours the territory's leader carrie lam anyika onuora has retired earlier by this lorry cab. has said she will listen and reflect from athletics aged 35. seriously on the message british 400 metres sent by voters. runner anyika onuora has eamon harrison, also from northern ireland, pro—democracy councillors she won a bronze in the 4x400metres is accused of being the driver now control 17 out of at the rio olympics. 18 district councils. on the belgian side, and is fighting she also won a bronze in the same extradition from dublin. it's being seen as stinging event a year earlier at the world championships. condemnation of the leadership and with the investigation and a show of support great britain hockey player sam ward for the anti—beijing protests that into the lorry deaths have been going on for months. says he is not one to give up easily still continuing, a third man from northern ireland, jonathan head reports. after losing the sight in his left eye. 23—year—old christopher kennedy appeared in court he's one of great britain they queued in record and england's most profilic in chelmsford today, numbers and delivered players in recent years. charged with people trafficking an unmistakable message. and assisting illegal immigration. he was struck in the face daniel sandford, bbc news. as the votes were tallied, by the ball during an olympic seat after seat fell to an opposition alliance which had qualifying play—off win against malaysia earlier this month. he sustained a crushed retina and facial fractures. previously held only a handful. a cinema chain says they pulled he said... the film ‘blue story‘ it is a tough pill to swallow because there were a number for hong kong's government, of ‘significant incidents‘ but i will do everything at screenings across can to make myself available the uk at the weekend. this was a humiliation. vue cinema is one of two chains to pull the gang movie for selection for tokyo olympics. today office workers in the city from its screenings after police the contenders for this year's bbc officers were injured in a mass centre used their lunch break brawl which broke out at a cinema
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sport personality of the year to heckle a prominent pro—government are being revealed today. complex in birmingham. politician, who had to be tolu adeoye has this report. hustled out by riot police. we already know half of the six — along with manchester city that‘s my son in there. and england football raheem sterling i‘m his mother and no one ain‘t come here to and then turned that and cricketer ben stokes, dina into an impromptu protest, tell me nothing! blue story, a tale about two chanting the mantra of the movement asher—smith has been nominated friends and postcode gang which has thrown down after a year in which she won 200 culture in london. an unprecedented challenge metre gold at the world athletics championships in doha. the fourth nominee is to be the director has called it to chinese rule in this territory. named on bbc radio 5 live a film about love not violence. in about 10 minutes time. five demands, not one less. but this is what the film they still want full has been linked to. democracy and an independent a mass brawl at an entertainment complex on saturday enquiry into the violence night in birmingham. of the past five months. seven police officers were injured, there have the hong kong government must have —— and around about five minutes of been six arrests, including been hoping that after this election a 13—year—old girl. perhaps the protests might die down. time. even though i've told everyone the violence led to vue cinemas to just turn the radio on instead of afternoon live, pulling blue story, but the stunning opposition victory i'll tell you who that fourth showcase cinemas soon followed. seems to have given the movement nominee is in the next hour, if you'll have me back of course! across social media, and its supporters new momentum. thanks for that! talk to you later many have questioned the decision, including podcaster umar kankiya. on. the treatment by china of hundreds newly elected councillors visited of thousands of muslims kept in a network of high—security a lot of people online the university campus, prison camps has been have been saying there where a handful of activists exposed by a leak of is some institutional are still holed up after last week's documents, seen by the bbc. racism going on around it. china has consistently claimed for me, i‘ve been quite clear battles with the police — the camps, in the xinjiang region when i‘ve sent out my symbolically linking the protests in the west of the country, offer education and training. letter to the vue cinema. with their election win. there are a number but the leaked documents show how of points which they‘d
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inmates are locked up until they change their beliefs, still yet to address in terms of china now faces an acute dilemma. behaviour and language. what their decision making process china's uk ambassador has what does it do about denied the bbc‘s claims, is, are there any precedents for saying the camps are popular what they‘ve done and how are they a defiant hong kong? and have prevented terrorism. richard bilton reports. going to address that? for the moment, it can only trot out because there are a lot more violent films that until now, this is all we've seen. are out there, you know, a familiar official script. thejoker is out at the moment. translation: no matter snatched footage of high what happens in hong kong, it is chinese territory, and special administrative walls and rows of cells. view has released a new statement. region of china. our documents detail any attempt to destabilise it says the decision was not taken hong kong — or even to damage what happens inside. its prosperity and stability — lightly or without careful consideration of our experience these are the instructions sent across the country. will never succeed. to those who run the camps. china is blaming foreign nine pages, brutal and clear. interference for this political setback. "never allow escapes." many hong kongers would say it's been the strategy of relying "increase discipline and punishment." on an increasingly unpopular police "promote repentance and confession." force to contain popular anger which has prolonged the crisis. this is how they issue orders, now they must wait to see whether implement policies. blue story can still be seen everything that we've been at cinemas across the country. the odeon is one of the chains hearing from the witnesses, that‘s not withdrawing the film. china is willing to change course. from the survivors, everything that it says there will be security measures in place at screenings though. we've been told is consistent west midlands police with this document. have said it‘s not asked for or recommended a second cinema chain has it looks like a nazi playbook to me. for the film to be pulled following cancelled screenings of the british film saturday‘s violence. blue story after a mass fight in the last three years, broke out at a cinema in birmingham hey, timmy.
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china has built hundreds where it was being shown. are you going to the party? showcase has followed the move of camps across the remote both vue and showcase say the safety by vue in removing the film, province of xinjiang. of customers is paramount. which is about gang violence, from its cinemas. around a million people, it is rare for a film to be west midlands police said the force didn't ask for or recommend mainly uighur muslims, withdrawn in this way. the film be pulled, one industry expert says the chains but that it would investigate have been detained. whether the violence was linked. gulzera was one of them. have acted too quickly. tolu adeoye reports. that's my son in there. i think they are very worried that i'm his mother and no translation: each woman gets two hoards of youth will turn up one ain't come here to tell me nothing! minutes to go to the toilet. and scare away the frozen 2 blue story, a tale about two friends and postcode gang cash cow audiences. they tell you to be but that‘s having a multiplex. culture in london. quick, quick, quick. you‘ve got to put on all cinema if you're not quick enough, the director has called it they shock you with an electric culture at these places and let it a film about love not all percolate together. violence. baton on the back of your head. i think blue story is a really but this is what the film important british film. has been linked to. a mass brawl at an entertainment it really hurt, the film‘s director complex on saturday and they did it a lot. and writer andrew onwubolu, even after being shocked, night in birmingham. also known as rapman, we had to say, thank you, teacher. has described the disturbance linked seven police officers we will not be late next time. to his film as truly unfortunate. were injured, there have been six arrests, including he says he hopes the blame will be a 13—year—old girl. the violence led to vue cinemas the chinese ambassador to the uk placed on individuals and is not an indictment of the film itself. pulling blue story, dismissed the bbc‘s claims as "fake showcase cinemas soon followed. tolu adeoye, bbc news. across social media, news" and said xinjiang's population many have questioned the decision, supported and applauded including this podcaster. the jury in the trial the measures. of former hillsborough match commander david duckenfield has retired to consider its verdict a lot of people online but some believe china can no at preston crown court. have been saying there longer defend its actions. the sheffield stadium disaster is some institutional
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racism going on around it. i know president xi, at the fa cup semi—final in 1989 led for me, i've been quite clear to the deaths of 96 men, i've talked with president xi. when i've sent out my women and children. letter to the vue cinema. there are a number ijust cannot for the life of me mr duckenfield, who‘s now 75, denies of points which they'd still yet to address in terms of understand why someone who generally gross negligence manslaughter. what their decision making process has a pretty good sense of things is, are there any precedents for danjohnson gave us this update from the preston crown what they've done and how are they court a short time ago. going to address that? is making such a devastating because there are a lot the jury retired about half—an—hour, more violent films that are out there. 40 minutes ago to start thejoker is out at the moment. considering their verdict blue story can still be seen decision like trying to do what he's against david dukinfield, the match at cinemas across the country. commander who was in charge the odeon is one of the chains doing with the uighurs. of things at hillsborough that's not withdrawing the film. this leak exposes the reality — on that day. he has admitted that it was his it says there will be a million people locked security measures in place at screenings though. up and abused in camps designed to brainwash. decision to open a gate outside that west midlands police richard bilton, bbc news. have said it's not asked for or recommended for the film to be pulled following saturday's violence. concentrations of carbon dioxide stadium to relieve the pressure hey, timmy. of a crowd that had built up outside are you going to the party? and other greenhouse gases the ground and he admitted both vue and showcase say the safety broke records in 2018 — that he didn‘t really understand that's according to a new the full consequences of that, of customers is paramount. report from the world that that would prompt a surge meterological organisation. it is rare for a film to be the report says the increase of people through onto the terraces in carbon dioxide was just close to the pitch, withdrawn in this way. which is where the 96 one industry expert says the chains above the average rise recorded over victims of the hillsborough the last decade. disaster were crushed. have acted too quickly. but he said it was a decision he had let's get more on this now i think they are very worried that from oksa na ta rasova to make in a moment of crisis, from the global atmosphere watch hoards of youth will turn up programme at the world in an emergency, to relieve meterological organisation. and scare away the frozen 2 the pressure, to try to save lives outside the ground, and the judge cash cow audiences. but that's having a multiplex. in summing up here today in front perhaps you could just explain the of the jury has said they will have
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you've got to put on all cinema to consider all the other elements culture at these places and let it that were at play here. difference, talking about warming all percolate together. the design of the ground, gasesin difference, talking about warming gases in the atmosphere and carbon things like that that mr duckrnfield i think blue story is a really dioxide emissions. when we look at couldn‘t be held accountable for. important british film. the fact he had only taken over as match commander three weeks before, that he had never led the film's director the atmospheric levels, this is what you have and the atmosphere, and it an operation like this and writer andrew onwubolu, and has admitted the gaps also known as rapman, is not all the time exactly what you in his own knowledge and experience, has described the disturbance linked but he said he tried to his film is truly unfortunate. put in the atmosphere. in the case he says he hopes the blame will be of carbon dioxide, about 50% of what to make the best decision placed on individuals and is not we put in the atmosphere, which is he could in the situation, an indictment of the film itself. coming from the fuel combustion, knowing what he knew at the time. tolu adeoye, bbc news. he said with the benefit of hindsight, right now he wished stays in the atmosphere, about 25% he had done things differently, is taken out by the forest, about 25 said it was the biggest regret of his life, but the jury has the ride hailing service uber by the ocean. if that would not is not being granted to decide whether he is guilty a new licence to operate of manslaughter of 95 of the 96 in the capital. work, then we would have much hillsborough victims. transport for london said uber stronger changes in a climate than there is one that isn‘t included was not "fit and proper" because he died more as a licence holder, than a year after the disaster, despite having made we have now. talking about things a number of positive so a lot for the jury to weigh up changes to its operations. like mating, nitrous oxide. how what the company has tweeted and emailed here and they have onlyjust started it should be be that the planet is their deliberations this afternoon. all customers this morning, we don‘t know how long saying it feels the decision note loyal longer dealing with them that will take them, but it is not the first time is wrong and that it will appeal. as well as it used to? the planet is mr duckenfield has our transport correspondent faced these charges. this is a retrial here. dealing with them a two the extent well, we‘re now exactly half way through the election campaign tom burridge is here. and almost all the manifestos have been published. so with another two and a half what has transport for london said is the reason for this? transport it can, but if they continue their weeks still to go,how are the parties‘ campaigns going? activities and a levels in the with me are katy balls,
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deputy political editor for london identified issues back in at the spectator, and stephen bush, the summer that it wanted uber to atmosphere of all the many gases, political editor of the new statesman. address. making sure all of its carbon dioxide, methane, and nitrous oxide, they continue to rise and drivers, around 16,000 in london alone were properly insured, making response to human activity. is there halfway through. what have we any evidence that we are doing sure that when you use the app to learnt? we have lead the tories are anything to mitigate this at the trying not to take obvious risks getan sure that when you use the app to moment? what we can see whether get an uber, the driver that picks you up is actually the one whose concentrations is that they continue with their manifesto. and ultimately photo and profile appears when you to rise. they rise with this year i think the conservatives will be happy if we are not talking about it make the order. things like that way tomorrow. which to the feeling, problem in the past. those specific issues have been addressed but it is was about average for carbon dioxide, but for methane, it was stephen, that this may be a slightly saying it has seen a string of higher than the ten year average. boring campaign. in many ways it problems and it says that it doesn't feels like the conservative have confidence in uber going and for nitrous oxide it was the equivalent of 1997, not just forward , have confidence in uber going forward, he doesn't think that cuba highest we have ever seen and the has been proactive enough at making feels like the conservative equivalent of 1997, notjust because it looks like we're heading towards atmosphere. we haven't seen anything sure these loopholes relating to like this — and nobody has seen a conservative victory but in 1997, passenger safety and security have anything like this, because it was been closed and it says uber has an labour was haunted by election it not around 5 million years ago? thought it was going to ring and reactive and doesn't have confidence actually, we have not seen at these failed to do. everything in this in the company. are there levels within the history of human campaign is haunted by what happened existence. the last time we have implications because this is a company that operates globally? uber seen at these levels of carbon in 2017, an election they expected dioxide in the atmosphere was a to win heavily and ended up with the has had conflicts with other cities losing majority. deliberately so. i around the world, it doesn't three to 5 million years ago, and operates in some cities in some during that time, the temperature countries, in the philippines it was
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think there were some concerns that bad temporarily there. this is was three to 5 degrees higher, and the sea level was 20 to 20 partly about passenger safety, perhaps it was too dull and trying security, so in that sense it is centimetres higher. we cannot go as to find some policy announcements to far back with the other gases. we put in it which would be enough to very serious and there have been get a feud is of publicity out of, cases of uber drivers being can go back up to 800,000, and this but ultimately because we knew lots disqualified once criminal offences is when we can make direct of the things on brexit were already have been revealed, but that has measurements using the same happened with minicab firms as well. technologies for years now, but we going to be there, since boris johnson has been in number ten, he this is an issue which the measure the small bubbles trapped government was basically announcing under the ice, and we can go up to has been on campaign mode. we knew tougher measures on more broadly, there was a big focus on law and 800,000. we have not seen levels but the main caveat to this is an like that. the issue of climate order, nhs, but it was more notable uber cabs are not about to vanish for what wasn‘t in it. there was no change now seems to be front and from london's streets. they are centre for so many people. there has free vote on fox hunting. also on going to appeal and that appeal been a change in attitude, but it as means that essentially court, a the momentjust heartier? we hope social care, there is a promise to magistrate will decide whether or not to grant google a license and find a cross—party solution. you can you could say on the one hand this that the reason and understanding by see what they are trying to avoid stop i still think there is a risk is transport for london, the body the community for many years now, that if you compare it to label‘s regulating transport in the capital playing tough, calling a big tech working with a intergovernmental ma nifesto that if you compare it to label‘s manifesto which is clearly very giant to account but you could say panel on climate change, we are radical, the tories don‘t look as though they are promising huge collecting and providing the this is transport for london almost evidence, and i think that the domestic change, but the reason passing the buck to the courts frequency of extreme events which is cabinet ministers still feel because it wouldn't be a popular confident is that the party‘s brexit decision if transport for london happening in relation to hazards has message of the get brexit done is
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just renewed uber‘s license. all actually what will transform the those taxi drivers who were a very country. they will point to that strong lobby and they will be very increased, so that is a realisation upset. at the moment uber car still and the general public that rather than domestic policy. something is going wrong. and i country. they will point to that operate in london stop at what point rather than domestic policym country. they will point to that rather than domestic policy. it was if they don't win an appeal will think that the pressure will increase. what we are doing from the theissue they be off the streets? this is not rather than domestic policy. it was the issue of social care that side of the world meterological imploded for theresa may and yet, is going to end up in court for weeks if not months and there was a organisation as we are collecting the high quality data to support the this a brexit election? is this wherejeremy this a brexit election? is this where jeremy corbyn this a brexit election? is this wherejeremy corbyn has made a precedent to this. tfl made a general public to support the policy mistake? i think it has been a only taking the decisions, and we similar decision back in 2017. in that situation it raise certain are providing a lot of the lads say brexit election and labour's thesis wasn't you could drag through issues again about passenger safety and security. in the period of time domestic issues by talking about it took from that decision to it the forecasting tools and additional them in great detail, having radical actually going to the magistrate to services which can help to mitigate make a final decision on whether to the climate change, and can help to policies. although the wave in it give a new licence to uber or not, hasn't been a brexit election, i adopt climate change. so, we are not it addresses issues and therefore the magistrate in 2018 did grab uber talked about labour's radical plans only providing the evidences of the and they of course have radical a licence. it is quite possible this chains, we are also working and if this base are providing the plans to change the economy but will go to court and the magistrate contained within the version of will go to court and the magistrate solutions. thank you very much. will find in uber‘s favour and they brexit borisjohnson we re will find in uber‘s favour and they were still get a licence but it is contained within the version of brexit boris johnson wants contained within the version of brexit borisjohnson wants is contained within the version of brexit boris johnson wants is a radical change to the economy. possible they will not. quick update the inventor of the world wide web because we're not talking about the has accused the conservatives of spreading misinformation substance of brexit, we are talking about whether or not it will happen during the general andl about whether or not it will happen and i think that is where jeremy election campaign.
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on the second cinema chain which has sir tim berners—lee described corbyn has made two mistakes. the pulled the film blue story after a the renaming of a tory twitter first is not having a brexit offer account as a fact—checking body as "impersonation." brawl in birmingham at the weekend. our technology correspondent but having himself forced away from rory cellan—jones spoke to him about a project called contract for the web, which sir tim hopes a pro—brexit party to a second vue has banned the film and showcase will put the internet "back referendum. it flies off the has dropped the movie and we have on the right track." starting gun. the start of a long had a statement from vue. they say he thinks a lot of things have gone the decision was not taken lightly. process. and if the tories win a wrong, and one of the things he is really worried about is the spread majority we will move on to a stage it is the film opened in 60 of our of trade talks in the next crunch sites across the uk and ireland on of misinformation, particularly during election campaigns. and he moment will come in the friday but during the first 2a hours raised that incident where the implementation period ends. but also of the film, over 25 significant conservatives rebranded their twitter account as a fact check uk. incidents were reported and pa rt implementation period ends. but also part of the thing here is no party i think they got called out for escalated to senior management in 16 really is offering something that separate cinemas. this is the that, so something like that, that biggest number we have ever seen for will get brexit done. the liberal any film biggest number we have ever seen for was impersonation. don't do that. democrats were laid to get a anyfilm in biggest number we have ever seen for any film in such a short time. they don't trust people who do that. what said despite a range of majority and even jo swinson would your message be to the democrats were laid to get a majority and evenjo swinson is precautionary measures in place, admitting that is not going to removal of late nights showings and conservatives about what they did happen. that is invoke article 50 there? really bad. impersonating an remove the film in its entirety was policy. it would stop brexit a bru ptly policy. it would stop brexit abruptly but with labour, the reason it is harder to attack borisjohnson made on safety grounds alone. they on the effect of get brexit done is independent organisation, it was are disappointed these are the actions they have had to take. they unbelievable. unbelievable that they not entirely accurate it is not
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will not take any risks with regard would do that. he also called on to the welfare and safety of our clear when labour actually would. if staff and customers. they said this they renegotiate a brexit deal, hold facebook to ban all targeted a second referendum a you vote to political advertising, and more decision is not based on bias leave, you have to go through a lot widely, he wants companies, of this process anyway. it is harder assumptions or content of the film countries and individuals to come to attack the tories on this. before itself. that is a statement from the together around this contract, a whole set of principles to try to this campaign got under way, a lot account director at vue cinemas. make things better. of people saying the conservatives and of course i should tell are going to get hurt by the brexit students at almost half of all uk you that the conservatives have previously responded to criticism universities are facing of their debate rebrand by saying party. i‘ll be any clearer as to disruption to their classes, as lecturers and support that it was always clear what influence that party is going staff started an 8 day that it was the tory party strike over pensions, which was behind that to have? we still don't fully know. pay, and working conditions. "factcheck" account. this latest action follows strikes in february and march last year, in a moment, the latest because they are only standing on business news. meaning some students are being affected first, a look at the headlines this. therefore this campaign got for the second time. on afternoon live. under way, a lot of people saying universities say they'll do lorry driver maurice robinson all the can to minimise the conservatives are going to get the affect on students. appears in court over the deaths hurt by the brexit party. i'll be our education correspondent of 39 vietnamese migrants — any clearer as to what influence that parties going to have? we still he admits to plotting to assist illegal immigration. don't fully know. because they are only standing in half of the lisa hampele reports. constituencies, sees the tories are targeting, that means they are still joy at the ballot box to get 6% of the vote in labour held — pro—democracy supporters celebrate constituency and given the pattern of votes, it may means the across the country around 1 million as they win overwhelmingly conservatives underperform their big in hong kong's local elections. lead. but it is not unlikely. katie, stu d e nts across the country around 1 million students are being affected by the two cinema chains pulls strike. union members say they have the gang—themed film blue story the television debates. fair to say reached breaking point. now they are after a brawl at a complex striking over pay, workload, in birmingham at the weekend. nothing has been settled on it yet equality and job security as well as vue cinemas say the decision and presumably that is the hope of pensions. it is thought that more
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the tory campaign because there is a sense that this is for boris johnson than 43,000 members of the followed 25 significant incidents. university and college union are on to lose if you like. completely and strike today. the union is angry thatis to lose if you like. completely and that members are now having to pay that is where the tories have been here's your business quite risk averse. if you think of headlines on afternoon live. borisjohnson as a politician or 9.6% in pension contributions, up as we've been hearing, uber has been stripped of its licence from 8%. we want universities to pay performer, it is safe to say we are to operate in london. it has 21 days to appeal getting a slightly more boring the full increase instead. employers but will continue to operate borrowers than perhaps we were used say that they are paying in an extra during this period. about 45,000 drivers to during the mayor of london days. £250 million to pensions each year. work for uber in london, ina to during the mayor of london days. in a television debate, even an by £250 million to pensions each year. by eroding our pensions, by giving and if its licence is ultimately interview, if you are a front rejected all of them could lose theirjobs. runner, you will only fall back, you luis vuitton is set to buy us by eroding our pensions, by giving us less money and expecting us to do just need to hold the line so the tiffany for £12.5 billion. more work, they are making it really opportunity lies for the other lvmh is the world's largest luxury candidates. i still think there is a ha rd more work, they are making it really hard for us to deliver a quality education and quality re—shirts we goods company and with this purchase chargejeremy candidates. i still think there is a charge jeremy corbyn candidates. i still think there is a chargejeremy corbyn uses some of wa nt to of the us—based jeweller it the opportunities coming up. you education and quality re—shirts we want to do. for some students this look at the various debates, and is the second time they are being will have an even bigger share of the sector. lvmh's billionaire owner there is also one coming up on the affected by industrial action. universities say they are doing as bernard arnault said that tiffany much as they can to mitigate the bbc which boris johnson there is also one coming up on the had an "unparalleled heritage" bbc which borisjohnson we don‘t expect boris johnson impact on students. last time round, and fitted with its other brands, bbc which borisjohnson we don‘t expect borisjohnson to be taking part. does that give the leaders who louis vuitton and bulgari. tsb is set to close 82 thousand signed petitions asking for branches next year, do turn up a chance to attack him? i reducing their network compensation but few were successful. many students support think the tories hope they have a the strike but they are worried. fresh face but ultimately the tories successful. many students support the strike but they are worriedm from 540 to 454. happened in my undergrad. i had no wa nt to fresh face but ultimately the tories want to live as little as possible about being able to repeat the
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dissertation which i think affected my final mark considerably. for it m ista kes about being able to repeat the mistakes of 2017 were theresa may was accused of avoiding scrutiny. to happen again is really annoying. as a result, around 300 it is really important to support to 400 jobs could be lost. lecturers and to support the people this is all part of a plan only half way through. that is a by the new chief executive, who teach us. their demand for debbie crosbie as it tries to restore its reputation better working conditions is following last year's huge despairing thought, isn't it? as basically what will lead to better it failure which hit learning conditions. there are 1.9 million customers. simon, so some bad news for uber. analysis goes, you havejust different ways of going around it how important is london for them? despairing thought, isn't it? as analysis goes, you have just done despairing thought, isn't it? as analysis goes, you havejust done it in two seconds. thank you both very and having it affect our exam week, yes, the decision by transport for london not to issue i don't think that is fair. eight a new licence for uber. this will come as a huge days of strikes are planned with much. blow for uber as london union members working to contract is a key market for them. it is one of five cities and throughout the campaign, too. refusing to cover for absent across the world that together we are asking your question accounted for around a quarter to all of the main parties. collea g u es too. refusing to cover for absent colleagues or reschedule loss of all its bookings last year. at five thirty today, lectures. but universities think a uber has 21 days to we will be speaking to ian blackford from the snp. resolution can be found.|j appeal which it said do get in touch with us it will but the if that appeal with your questions. you can do so on twitter lectures. but universities think a resolution can be found. i believe in the courts is unsuccessful it that we will continue to talk. and i using the hashtag #bbcyourquestions could lead to 45000 drivers and you can email us do believe that we have got a lot of looking for new work. on yourquestions@bbc.co.uk. please remember to leave your name but those drivers have options? yes, there is now more competition, and where you are from. you‘re watching afternoon live, these are our headlines: and even though uber is by far shared interests around things that lorry driver maurice robinson we can do in order to get some the biggest app of this kind, appears in court over the deaths of 39 vietnamese migrants — there has been quite few he admits to plotting to assist agreement around pensions. the union illegal immigration. new entrants into the market two cinema chains pulls is warning of a second wave of the gang—themed film blue story recently — the estonian firm after a brawl at a complex strikes in the new year if talks bolt, the indian firm ola and also viavan, in birmingham at the weekend. fail. which is more of car vue cinemas claims the decision pooling service. domestic abuse crimes in england and wales but the licences these is at its highest in four years. providers are getting are followed 25 significant incidents.
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now shorter. more than 700 thousand offences were recorded by police last year celebrations for and more than a third of these were violent. pro—democracy supporters police say it may reflect improved police recording and a greater when uber got their first license, after winning overwhelmingly willingness by victims it was five years. these range from to come forward. in hong kong‘s local elections. 18 months to three years. you're watching afternoon live, these are our headlines: new zealand cricket apologised to lorry driver maurice robinson appears in court over the deaths this isn't the first time jofra archer after he says he was of 39 vietnamese migrants — uber has been banned. in hungary and bulgaria he admits to plotting to assist they lost their right subjected to racist abuse during illegal immigration. to operate because of pressure from taxi unions. england‘s first test. the man denmark changed their rules around taxis — responsible has not yet been joy at the ballot box — including the need to have a meter — identified. on the field, england pro—democracy supporters celebrate as they win overwhelmingly suffered a heavy innings defeat. the in hong kong's local elections. where now for uber? so uber pulled out themselves. second and final match starts on the ride—hailing app thursday night. loses its licence to operate in london after being found to be but i think the key thing is how wales at rugby union captain alun wyn jones has wales at rugby union captain alun wynjones has been nominated for the "not fit and proper". this is going to impact on uber. the 2019 sports personality of the year. jofra only just launched an ipa two more nominees set to be "not fit and proper". archer says he was racially this is going to impact on uber. the onlyjust launched an ipa this year, insulted and that is... that was listed in jofra archer says he was racially insulted by a spectator during announced. i will tell you england's first test against new two more nominees set to be announced. iwill tell you more two more nominees set to be announced. i will tell you more at america, and i think it is a good zealand. new zealand cricket have 430. apologised and will try to find the time for us to talk to samir hussein concentrations of carbon dioxide and other greenhouse gasses individual responsible. on the new new york stock exchange. in the atmosphere reached a record as for the cricket, england were high in 2018 — that‘s according to a new report thrashed by an innings of 65 runs. from the world meterological they go one down in the two test organisation.
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the report says the increase series and the contenders followed uber is traded right here on the in carbon dioxide was just above the average rise recorded over floor of the new york stock the last decade. garin joins exchange, and if you look at the way here‘s oksana tarasova — series and the contenders followed garinjoins as bbc it has been trading right about now, from the global atmosphere watch series and the contenders followed garin joins as bbc sports personality of the year. i will be programme at the world meterological it has been trading right about now, organisation on the difference it is down about 2%. this was a between warming gases decision that they were absolutely and carbon dioxide emmissions in the atmosphere. back with more just after 230. not expecting, and not wanting to see. in fact, the party leaders are out not expecting, and not wanting to see. infact, if not expecting, and not wanting to see. in fact, if you look at what is campaigning in the general reported to us regulators earlier when we look at the atmospheric election again today. this year, they said that, if the labour has announced plans to improve conditions for tenants in privately—owned accommodation. levels, this is what you have in the but the residential landlords city of london does vote against association is warning that this renewing the license, it is going to atmosphere and it is not all the could see landlords stepping away have a big impact on the business. i time exactly what you put in the from the private rental market. atmosphere. in the case of carbon announcing the policy pledge, believe you mentioned isjust the labour leader, jeremy corbyn, have a big impact on the business. i believe you mentioned is just in terms of how much london contributes dioxide, about 50% of what we put in says he wants all tenants to have somewhere safe and secure to the overall profits for uber. the atmosphere which is coming from to live. the atmosphere which is coming from the fossil fuel combustion stays in the very opposite. i can't imagine why until it was a way for them to they would say such a thing. the fossil fuel combustion stays in the atmosphere, 25% is taken by the what we are doing is ensuring that really wa nt until it was a way for them to all tenants have somewhere decent, really want investors, not only what safe and secure in which to live kind of impact that might have, but also, if you see a big city like and i can't imagine that any ocean. if that didn‘t work, we would landlord would object london make a decision like that, to the property being inspected have stronger changes in the climate to make sure it is up to standard they could possibly influence other than we have now. how worried should to be put on the rental market. big cities, maybe even here and in surely that is a reasonable, be be that the planet is now no the us, to take a similar stance basic thing to do in society. we don't want people living against uber. and i noticed the longer dealing with them as well as in substandard accommodation. it used to? the planet is dealing
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because it will be reasonable levels share price since the ipa lunch is of rent, they will still be getting down around 50%, and it can't be with them to the extent that it can. a return on the capital they have invested in the property but it good for investors that uber are will mean that the many people that going through these problems in but the point is that we continue live in the private rented sector london. and as you say, it is quite because they have no choice, the activities and the levels in the they can't afford to buy atmosphere of all three main gases, and there is such a shortage a big hit to his reputation. if you of council housing, beg you as a city goes, what would carbon dioxide, methane and nitrous they can't get it. i think it will mean that tenants happen then? that would be a massive oxide, they continue to rise in are more secure and communities response to human activities. are more sustainable blow to the company, and remember oxide, they continue to rise in response to human activitiesm because there are some parts there any evidence that we are doing of the country where the private there are lots of other ride sharing anything to mitigate this at the rented sector is huge moment? what we can see with the and because of the short—term and ride—hailing apps that are tenancies through the assured already ready to pick up the stopper concentrations is that continue to rise. they rise within this year was short hold tenancy idea, uber has left off. so, this could they end up moving every six months or a year and that is very damaging really have a really big impact for about average for carbon dioxide, to the sense of community. them. in the first year that they so i think this will actually help. methane. it was higherfor nitrous there are many landlords have actually started trading on a who are actually very good, default have actually started trading on a d efa u lt of have actually started trading on a default of the new york stock do keep their places decently, do treat their tenants well. exchange. louis vuitton are buying they have nothing to fear whatsoever. oxide, the highest we ever saw in it is only those who don't look tiffany. i have to admit, i have not the atmosphere. am i right, we after their properties properly, charge too much in rent and don't bought anything from tiffany for a haven‘t seen anything like this, while. they are not doing that great nobody has seen anything like this treat their tenants correctly. at the moment. really? you have not because it was lost around 5 million our political correspondent jonathan blake has been been shopping at tiffany! what is up yea rs because it was lost around 5 million years ago. actually we haven't seen in nottinghamshire today with that?! my wife is very these levels within the history of following the labourt leader as he made this
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human existence. the last time we latest policy pledge — forgiving! the fact it is really out have seen these levels of carbon and he told us a bit more of favour with a lot of people as pa rt dioxide in the atmosphere was three about labour's latest offer of favour with a lot of people as part of the reason you are seeing that tiffany has said yes to that the focus very much on housing in -5 dioxide in the atmosphere was three — 5 million years ago and during that time the temperature was 3—5d the private rental sector. he is deal by lvmh. they believe that they are going to be able to really sort campaigning here in nottinghamshire, lie and the sea level was 10—20 of help the company through their he is ina campaigning here in nottinghamshire, he is in a consistency which labour set—top period. they have been metres higher. we cannot go as much held on to at the last election but losing a lot of favourite with only just. looking for back with other gases. we can go held on to at the last election but onlyjust. looking for votes and american shoppers, and a lot of with a key message today about chinese buyers haven't been as back with other gases. we can go back up to 800000 and this is when interested , rented accommodation. labour say chinese buyers haven't been as interested, given it a trade war we can make a direct measurement that for too long, people have been between the united states and china, using the same technology as we use living in housing which isn't up to given how strong the us dollars. all standard and landlords have been of those things have been impacting now, but we measured the small able to get away with charging rents their bottom line. this deal, it bubbles trapped in the ice using the ice cores and we can go up to that are too high, so the party should be noted, is one of the 800,000. no, we haven‘t seen levels would rental prices in line with biggest deals and the luxury market, like that. inflation to stop prices rising too and the convenience that does has thieves have targeted one of europe‘s most famous collections much. they would also allow four lvmh, and a big reason why they of baroque treasures, open—ended tenancies to stop the green vault in dresden in eastern germany, getting away wa nt a ccess four lvmh, and a big reason why they landlords turfing tenants out at want access to it, is because it is with jewellery estimated to be worth a big chunk of access to the short notice or without good reason american market. that is really what around £800 million. the collection includes and they would also institute a new they are looking for. thank you very a huge sapphire given by the russian tsar, peter the great. much. and she obviously doesn't stop i‘m joined now on webcam yearly mot, an independent by wayne colquhoun — an antiques exert specialising inspection of all privately rented in art nouveau, classic art deco and properties which would bring at tiffany, unlike me. she does, you applied arts and you may together existing safety checks as recognise him from the bbc‘s antiques roadshow.
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well as extra new minimum standards. miserable old thing! let's have a quick look at the market. pretty great pleasure to welcome you to the ben wright is travelling with positive. there is hope that the the prime minister, borisjohnson, trade a tension between the china programme. the real concern we are in the marginal seat of brecon and you as it is in, so all the and radnorshire in wales. hearing from aficionados like let's cross to him. markets are in the green. i have yourself is the fear that we may shown your burberry because of the never see these treasures again, that they will get broken down. yes, deal we are talking about. it makes what is the plan? the welsh focus to burberry look good value, so people this is a big shock to the art are buying some of them as well. market in general because not only under the pound are doing quite well do things have a wealth of monetary the tory campaign today after the value but the real cultural value of ma nifesto as well today. —— and the apparent the tory campaign today after the manifesto launched in telford these items is immeasurable. when yesterday. borisjohnson making a doing quite well. couple of stops around wales where you think of things as price the now it's time for a look at the weather. there are number of key battle ground seats currently labour held sharper priceless, these really are brightness has been in short supply all lib dem held that the tories over the last few days, and i think priceless. what specific items that have gone would you suggest are the hope to win. one brecon and radnor that will continue over the next few most worrying? strangely enough, the show which the lib dems took in a days. we have to contend with some by—election in the summerjust after heavy rain, which could cause most worrying? strangely enough, the borisjohnson most iconic item, the dresden green by—election in the summerjust after boris johnson became prime flooding, and also some very strong by—election in the summerjust after borisjohnson became prime minister and earlier today, boris johnson ones. certainly the potentialfor appeared at the royal welsh winter diamond, was out on loan in the distruption. i will show you what is fair, huge agricultural event for metropolitan museum in new york, so going on. you can see cloud across wales and walked around the stalls, the british isles at the moment, but there are some 3000 items of trimmed some sheep and patted some it is this area behind me that will heifers and appeared in front of jewellery under the masterpieces in bring more meaningful wet and windy
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this museum but these as a quite a large crowd of people weather during tonight, particularly into tomorrow. and to the evening, collection are as important as watching a competition for cattle. we will see outbreaks are patchy, individually. they could be worth it was interesting, the reception he got was rather muted. the prime £100 million. a house like this, it sporadic rain drifting minister walked into this ring and north—eastwards. some misty makes headlines, it probably will be there was barely a ripple of conditions likely to develop through the night, i don't want to a film at some stage, are you recognition or response from the south—west, it turns white and windy surprised that the thieves got in later on, on what will be a very crowd. i think there is a sense that relatively easily? . it seems mild night — eight, nine or 10 people have other things to do than degrees. as we go into tomorrow follow this election very closely at the moment, but he left to a little morning, this is our weather maker. round of applause and ben has moved this area of low pressure. it contains a remnant of what was on to wrexham, another marginal seat, labour held, where he will tropical storm sebastian, so with a old—fashioned now relatively easily? . it seems old —fashioned now but relatively easily? . it seems old—fashioned now but that is the launch the party's welsh manifesto tropical storm sebastian, so with a tropical moisture, there will be best way to stop thieves. this isn‘t quite a lot of rain. the south—west later today. how does shearing a of england and wales tomorrow the first big heist in germany in morning. strong ones as well, 40 to sheep, how does that go down and who thinks that is a good idea, that 2017, a museum saw £4000 worth of 50 mph gusts, maybe a touch stronger sort of photo opportunity? party gold stolen from it. museums do need and expose places. the wet weather will push northwards. was very strategists think it will look good strong ones may ease a little, but to tighten their security up in in the papers, that it gives boris it was the western coast of england, general. 1 billion euros this heist johnson a chance to show he has a has got. these are presumably every wales and parts of northern ireland. bit of character, and perhaps the some of the rain getting into single one of them, and item you sort of thing that theresa may would scotla nd some of the rain getting into scotland as well. northern scotland can‘t go into a junior and say, can avoiding most of the heavy rain. never have done. borisjohnson does you give me a price on this. it will like the sort of events and being there will be some patch again, and
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it will be quite windy here as well. be difficult to sell them on the able to show that he can shear a international market. things like sheep and he is afraid of i think some sunny spells developing down to gold can be melted down but these the south later on. if you do see they think this is a good look and particular items may be used for some chanting, it might feel quite he isa they think this is a good look and he is a natural campaigner. i think well, with highs of 40 degrees. international crime. they may have through the evening, expect it to been stolen to order and although there is something withheld about turn very wet across eastern parts his campaigning style at the moment. of england, as the area of low it is as if tory strategists know the museum heist was actually, some pressure continues to lumber that if the polls are to be eastwards. various clubs of heavy of the thieves were caught, not all believed, this is going their way at rain to content but on wednesday. the moment, they have a comfortable the objects were returned. so it is heavy rain really zeroing in on a not just a lead in the opinion polls, their the objects were returned. so it is notjust a case of north—east england and south—east the objects were returned. so it is not just a case of the the objects were returned. so it is notjust a case of the monetary value, we may lose the items for main concern heading into this last scotland. could be flooding here. deals are likely down towards the stretch is not to make any mistakes, ever and this museum is important in not too make anything up and there south, particularly english channel the history of saxon, dresden being coast. temperatures not done too isa not too make anything up and there is a bit ofa not too make anything up and there is a bit of a safety first approach badly for this time of year. but to all of this both in the events that will change as an area of low the history of saxon, dresden being the capital of saxony. how do you borisjohnson is value something that is so important to all of this both in the events boris johnson is doing to all of this both in the events borisjohnson is doing but actually in terms of the manifesto itself. pressure slides over on thursday. many have said today it is spending the isobars all the way up to the to the locality or to the state of north. that is where the air will be commitments are very limited, its coming from. that's cold plunge of a saxony? forever is a very big word. ambitions are relatively small—scale did you believe even in the next if you put brexit a side which is a blue across the chart. temperatures dipping away towards the end of the generation some of this stuff could massive endeavour, it is a safety first approach designed not to bee. but what's not, we won't see as turn up? a lot of collectors will much rain. the cloture break, we just have this so they can say to alienate voters or antagonise anybody in the final stages of the should at long last get to see a bit their mates, come round, i have of brightness. more details from the something to show you but don‘t tell
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campaign. in stark contrast to what happened to theresa may, where as at little little and in the programme. anyone. you always have an image of that is for now. this point, just after the manifesto anyone. you always have an image of a connector surrounded by all his treasures and they don‘t care about published, things started imploding people, who else sees them. it is for her. that is something to boris sort of a status symbol or object. desperately want to avoid. this could be the case here but let‘s hope the authorities can get for her. that is something to boris desperately want to avoidlj for her. that is something to boris desperately want to avoid. i don't know what makes me more nervous, saying the prime minister standing together and the bolt museum heist next to a bowl or you on that bus. was actually recovered by dna we will leave it for now. should you samples that were left at the scene. be wearing a seat belt?|j there is a good chance, we have a we will leave it for now. should you be wearing a seat belt? i am about hope that these items of historic, to put it on, yes. thank you. then, hello, you're watching afternoon live — i'm simon mccoy. today at 3: worldwide cultural value are thank you very much. here we go. lorry driver maurice robinson appears in court over the deaths of 39 vietnamese migrants — returned and it may take some time he admits to plotting to assist illegal immigration. even. someone turns up the antiques let's see him put it on. let's not road show with one of these pieces, one of the cinema chains who pulled the gang film blue story what do you say to them? just hold watch me put it on. thank you very after a brawl in birmingham, says it followed significant on here what i call the police incidents at a number of other cinemas. please. the chances of seeing them much. joy at the ballot box — the lib dems say if no one pro—democracy supporters celebrate party has a majority in public are very, very slim as they win overwhelmingly after the general election, indeed. these people seem to know their priority will be to force in hong kong's local elections. what they are doing and these will a people's vote on brexit. the territory's leader carrie lam the lib dem treasury spokesman
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has said she will listen have gone underground right of way chuka ummuna said the party was best and reflect seriously on the message placed to take seats from the conservatives. sent by voters. and will be used in some form of he also criticised the labour leader's neutral stance on brexit where now for uber? currency. really good to talk to and said it was right the ride—hailing app loses its licence to operate for the lib dems to offer a remain you. thank you forjoining us. alternative. in london after being found to be "not fit and proper". the ride hailing service uber is not being granted a new licence coming up on afternoon live to operate in the capital. all the sport — with ben croucher. transport for london said uber isimply do was not "fit and proper" i simply do not understand how any new zealand cricket has as a licence holder, political activist in our country apologised tojofra archer despite having made after the england pace bowler says a number of positive can be neutral on this. like the he was racially insulted changes to its operations. the company has tweeted and emailed leader of the opposition and i can during the first test all customers this morning, match in mount manganui. saying it feels the decision be proud to be led by a leader who we'll tell you what archer's had to say and more is wrong and that it will appeal. on new zealand's response at 3:30. is resolute in saying our country is thanks, ben. well, earlier i spoke and ben rich has all the weather. to our transport correspondent, stronger, safer and better off in tom burridge, who told us a little the eu. more about tfl‘s concerns throughout the election campaign, with uber. we are looking closely at the places where the final result could be won and lost, i will take you too can you wear a it is saying that it has seen a and asking people in those places what questions they may have. wet time of year has been even string of problems and it says it tomorrow, we will be reporting from pembrokeshire in west wales, all day, wetter tha n wet time of year has been even wetter than usual this year and that doesn‘t have confidence in uber on tv, radio and online, starting with bbc breakfast, has had some big consequences. going forward. it doesn‘t think pictures from canyon plus the uk weather of course just before half labour has been proactive enough in and radio 5 live. making sure these loopholes relating past. to safety and security have been closed and says it has essentially been reactive and therefore doesn‘t and throughout the campaign, also coming up — spectacular we are asking your question treasures worth ‘up to a billion euros' are stolen — have confidence in the company. are to all of the main parties.
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at 5.30 today, we will be speaking in a daring heist of historic there implications because this is a to ian blackford from the snp. jewellery, diamonds and precious company that operates globally?m do get in touch with us with your questions. you can do so on twitter has had conflicts with other cities around the world. it doesn‘t operate using the hashtag #bbcyourquestions stones at a museum in dresden and you can email us on yourquestions@bbc.co.uk. in some cities, countries. in the philippines it was banned please remember to leave your name temporarily there. partly this is and where you are from. thieves have targeted one hello, everyone — about passenger safety, security, so of europe's most famous collections this is afternoon live. in that sense it is very serious and a lorry driver who is accused of baroque treasures, the green vault in dresden of the deaths of 39 migrants in eastern germany, getting away found in a refrigerated lorry there have been cases of uber drivers being disqualified once in essex has pleaded guilty with jewellery estimated to be worth to conspiracy to assist illegal immigration. criminal offences have been revealed around £800 million. maurice robinson, from craigavon, but that has happened with minicab is accused of being part of a larger the collection includes firms as well. this is an issue a huge sapphire given plot to bring people by the russian tsar, into the uk illegally. which a few months ago the peter the great. he was not asked to plead to 39 charges of manslaughter, government was announcing tougher joining me now from berlin is our correspendent which he also faces. measures on more broadly, but the the bodies of 39 people damien mcguinness. main caveat to this is that uber from vietnam, including children, were discovered last month ca bs in the back of a lorry in essex. main caveat to this is that uber cabs are not about to vanish from a heist like this is going to daniel sandford reports. london‘s streets. they will appeal attract a huge amount of attention for lots of reasons. that is right. and that appeal means that it was on the 23rd of october that essentially a court, a magistrate police were called to an industrial will decide whether or not to grant the value is one of them. when the park in grays in essex after 39 ubera will decide whether or not to grant uber a license and you could say on museum ‘s officials talk to people had been found dead in the one hand this is transport for the back of a sealed lorry trailer. journalists earlier today, they were asked about that £800,000 figure. this morning, mo robinson, london, the body regulating the 25—year—old lorry driver transport here, playing tough, that figure comes from one german from northern ireland arrested calling a big tech giant to account
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at the time, appeared by video link but you could say that this is newspaper, it's a rough estimate. at the old bailey and pleaded guilty the museum's director said it was to conspiring with others transport for london passing the impossible to put a price on what buck to the courts, because it to assist illegal immigration. has been stolen because these items wouldn‘t be a popular decision if are priceless, it is impossible to he was not, at this stage, transport for london just renewed sell them, they are far too famous asked to enter pleas to the 39 uber‘s licence. the taxi drivers who to be put out on the market. charges of manslaughter he faces, nor to one of people trafficking or one of money—laundering. individual pieces might cost area uber‘s licence. the taxi drivers who are a strong lobby will be very possibly about £1 million almost, of the 39 people found dead upset. uber car is still operating thatis possibly about £1 million almost, that is one estimate. what has been in the lorry, eight were female, in london. at what point will they stolen in concrete terms are three ten were teenagers — be off the streets? it will not end collections of jewellery, stolen in concrete terms are three two of them were 15—year—old boys. collections ofjewellery, each collections ofjewellery, each collection has about 40 pieces and up be off the streets? it will not end up in court for weeks if not months they all came from vietnam and leave what you are talking about are for and there was a presence to this. behind grieving families. example diamond encrusted cuff links tfl made a similar decision back in that were worn by 18th—century sealed inside an unaccompanied lorry trailer, they'd crossed the english channel from zeebrugge 2017. it raise certain issues again european monarchs, jewels that would have been worn or given by russian on this cargo ferry, the clementine, about passenger safety and security. in the period of time it took from and arrived at the port of purfleet cza rs . have been worn or given by russian czars. these are incredible on the river thames, that decision to get ashley going to collections that are not only very just east of london. the magistrate to make a final the trailer had been dropped off valuable but also priceless when it at zeebrugge some 12 hours decision on whether to give a new earlier by this lorry cab. licence to uber, it addresses issues comes to germany's and indeed saxony eamon harrison, also and dresden‘s view of its own from northern ireland, is accused of being the driver and therefore the magistrates did cultural and political history on the belgian side, and is fighting grant uber licence. it is quite because you have to remember these extradition from dublin. possible this will go to court and museums and these jewels survived the bombings of world war ii and the magistrate will find in uber‘s
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and with the investigation into the lorry deaths that means they were rebuilt, still continuing, a third man favour and it will still get a from northern ireland, restored, the museum ‘s were 23—year—old christopher kennedy, licence but it is possible it will was due to appear in court lovingly restored, some of them have not. in chelmsford today, been reopened quite recently. this charged with people trafficking after massive gains by pro—democracy is the pride of dresden. these candidates in local and assisting illegal immigration. elections in hong kong, jewels and this theft really hits the territory‘s leader carrie lam has said she will listen, daniel sandford, bbc news. and reflect seriously on the message ha rd to sent by voters. jewels and this theft really hits hard to people in that region, in pro—democracy councillors now control 17 out of that city are particular and that is a second cinema chain has 18 district councils. cancelled screenings it‘s being seen as stinging why politicians have been saying of the british film blue story. condemnation of the leadership, this is not only a theft of the and a show of support it's after a mass fight for the anti—beijing protests that museum, it is a theft of the people broke out at a cinema in birmingham have been going on for months. where it was being shown. jonathan head reports. of dresden and saxony, that region showcase has followed the move by vue in removing the film, where dresden is. they will make a which is about gangs film about this one day because it in south london, from its cinemas, with vue saying it wasn't the only they queued in record has all the elements of this but the incident at screens showing the film numbers and delivered fear must be they must break some of an unmistakable message. over the weekend. as the votes were tallied, seat after seat fell these incredible pieces, just break this afternoon vue cinema have to an opposition alliance which had released a statement them down. that is the big worry. about their decision. previously held only a handful. they say, "the decision for hong kong‘s government, to withdraw blue story that is exactly what one journalist was not one taken lightly or without careful consideration this was a humiliation. asked the museum's director earlier of our experience across the country, but during the first 24 hours today office workers in the city today when police and the director of the film over 25 significant centre used their lunch break to heckle a prominent pro—government was talking to journalists. he was incidents were reported from dresden, and you could hear the politician, who had to be and escalated to senior management hustled out by riot police. in 16 separate cinemas. emotion in his voice that these this is the biggest treasures could potentially be destroyed because they are virtually number we have ever and then turned that
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seen for any film in a such into an impromptu protest, a short time frame. chanting the mantra of the movement unsellable because they are so the decision to withdraw blue story which has thrown down in its entirety was made on saturday famous. their worry is that if they an unprecedented challenge are never found, they evening on grounds of safety alone." vue says, famous. their worry is that if they to chinese rule in this territory. are neverfound, they could famous. their worry is that if they are never found, they could simply be destroyed for their value, for "this decision is not, as some have alleged, based on biased assumptions five demands, not one less. the materials they are made up of. or concern about the content of the film itself." that is why police are desperate to they still want full find the perpetrators, video footage west midlands police said the force democracy and an independent didn't ask for or recommend enquiry into the violence the film be pulled — but that it would investigate of the past five months. shows two male perpetrators creeping whether the violence was linked. into very small spaces, through a our reporter tolu the hong kong government must have been hoping that after this election small window. what they did they adeoyejoins me now. perhaps the protests might die down. went straight for a particular glass it is the increase in the number of but the stunning opposition victory seems to have given the movement latrines containing these jewels. incidents that we are finding out and its supporters new momentum. within minutes they were out of the for the first time here. lots of building again. it looks like quite people saw this, so what happened on newly elected councillors visited a complicated getaway plan the university campus, potentially involving numerous saturday in birmingham, they thought where a handful of activists vehicles and a tunnel going under vue made this decision based on that are still holed up after last week‘s one brawl were seven police officers battles with the police — we re symbolically linking the protests ground. and it just one brawl were seven police officers were injured, six teenagers have with their election win. subsequently been arrested and vehicles and a tunnel going under ground. and itjust seems that they knew what they were doing. it is a people said, hang on, this happened china now faces an acute dilemma. big worry that it might be very in one cinema, how can vue pull this difficult to find them. we have very what does it do about a defiant hong kong? film from all cinemas? blue story is a story about two friends in london, for the moment, it can only trot out little information about who the
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perpetrators might have been. thank a familiar official script. translation: no matter you very much for that story. the director says it is not so much what happens in hong kong, about violence, it is about love, he it is chinese territory, and special administrative time for a look at the weather. said. lots of criticism of pulling region of china. that story so quickly. in terms of any attempt to destabilise hong kong — or even to damage its prosperity and stability — the criticism of it, inevitably will never succeed. we are looking at remarkable whether there are those that are saying it is the nature of the film but it is china is blaming foreign not here, africa. we are going to interference for this difficult to argue that the people, political setback. ta ke not here, africa. we are going to take you to kenya where some really many hong kongers would say it‘s one report of someone taking a been the strategy of relying machete with them and that is before devastating weather in places. these they have seen the film. what the on an increasingly unpopular police pictures from the western side of force to contain popular anger kenya show the results of heavy rain criticism was that this was an which has prolonged the crisis. isolated incident, they cannot pull and mudslides that have been now they must wait to see whether a film from all cinemas based on affecting that part of the country over the weekend. it looks as if at this one incident. there have been least 29 people have died as a china is willing to change course. comments saying it shows that it is result of this rainfall and these institutionally racist, a negative landslides. it is a really time of bias, a systematic and targeted ben rich has the weather. yearin landslides. it is a really time of year in kenyan. they have two rainy attack and with the statement from seasons, those are the long rains vue, they are saying they had 25 which are april, may, june and then significant incidents, some of those the weather is looking pretty the short rains which is kind of u nsettled the weather is looking pretty unsettled for the next few days. have not escalated and actually the priority for us is to keep our have you rain and strong winds and this time of year, october, customers and staff safe. they say the forecast which could cause
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november. they had a wet october and they are standing by that decision. localised flooding and travel the heavy rain returned last week we are looking at multiplex cinemas, and through the weekend and that is disruption across england and wales. they are notjust some rain out there at the moment, why they have had scenes like this. we are looking at multiplex cinemas, they are not just showing that film, there is a lot of talk about frozen most of the clyde and patrick, is it unusual? yes, it is unusual. certainly quite a sporadic, and that to, you may not want to see this in despite the fact it is a wet time of both draft north—eastwards through the night. heavy rain and strong year, some years are wetter than the neck cinema. there is a lot of others and what we have this year winds getting into the far talk that this is a financial south—west. very mild star to something called the indian ocean tomorrow morning, but of wet and decision by the cinema company. dipole, a positive indian ocean talk that this is a financial decision by the cinema companylj when to start to tomorrow morning. decision by the cinema company.” spoke to one film critic earlier and dipole. what does that mean? it he said these big companies, they gust of 40 or 50 mph. that wet and means that the waters of this are looking who is going to the western side of the indian ocean are warmer than normal and that kind of cinema, do they want young youths in very blustery by the boppers across comes at the expense of the eastern the cinema when frozen" is on. they and to southern scotland through the day. if you don‘t to watch a side of the indian ocean where waters are colder than normal. this are making the decision that they do south—east later in the afternoon. there will be some sunny breaks in isa waters are colder than normal. this not. we also know that silly world is a natural phenomenon that kind of between, but generally, a windy day. cycles, varies over the years, is still running it, odeon is still very mild, highs between nine and 14 changes quite slowly but it is one running it. it is obviously one of of those big drivers in the global degrees. some changes to come. more atmosphere and global oceans that the big chains though, it has had a rain in places on wednesday. it sta rts helps drive those small scale big impact. this is a very important rain in places on wednesday. it starts to turn cooler from thursday. weather features. as we know, british film, have we heard from the helps drive those small scale weatherfeatures. as we know, warmer air means more moisture and that is director? de director posted a what we have seen. they are going to comment on instagram. he has get more of this? they are. you can see the storm clouds that have
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described the disturbance link to gathered across those warm waters of this film is truly unfortunate but the indian ocean, continuing to he had says he hopes the blame will plough in. we have kenya here but be placed on individuals and it is also parts of somalia likely not an indictment of the film affected and over the next few days itself. he says his heart goes out tanzania. the grant is very wet, a to those affected in birmingham but they shouldn't taint his movie. the similar problem to what we have had other cinema chain that has pulled in the uk. the grant is so wet that the film ‘s showcase cinema. any further rain will cause more the ride hailing service uber is not being granted a new licence to operate in the capital. problems. let's find out what is in store for the rest of us. there transport for london said uber was not "fit and proper" could be some flooding here this as a licence holder, despite having made this is bbc news — a number of positive our latest headlines. changes to its operations. lorry driver maurice robinson week, possibly wales. there weather the company has tweeted and emailed all customers this morning, appears in court over the deaths saying it feels the decision is wrong and that it will appeal. of 39 vietnamese migrants — isn't looking too great i had to say well, earlier i spoke he admits to plotting to assist but not only for the rest of wales. to our transport correspondent, illegal immigration. tom burridge, who told us a little one of the cinema chains who pulled generally for england and wales, the more about tfl‘s concerns with uber. potential for heavy rain and gales the gang film blue story over the next few days. worth it is saying that it has seen a after a brawl in birmingham says it staying tuned to your bbc radio string of problems and it says that followed significant incidents at a number station if you have travel plans. of other cinemas it doesn't have confidence in guba concentrations of carbon dioxide this is how it looks on the and other greenhouse gases going forward. it doesn't think that reached record highes last year, satellite. a few strokes of cloud according to the world cuba has been proactive enough in drifting northwards. bringing patchy meteorological organisation. making sure these loopholes relating rain and here comes another lump of to passenger safety and security
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cloud, a more meaningful area of wet have been closed and it says goober joy at the ballot box and windy weather that will approach — pro—democracy supporters celebrate has been reactive. are there as they win overwhelmingly tonight and tomorrow. the remnants in hong kong‘s local elections. of ex—tropical store sebastian tied implications because this is a in with that. this evening we company that operates globally. uber the territory‘s leader, carrie lam, continue our rain drifting north has said she will reflect seriously has had conflicts with other cities on the clear message sent by voters. eastwards, some dry interludes as where now for uber? well. a bit misty in places and it around the world. it doesn't operate the ride—hailing app loses its licence to operate in some cities, in the philippines in london after being found to be will be very mild. into the far ‘not fit and proper‘. it was banned temporarily there, in south—west you can see heavy rain cities around europe as well. partly gathering, the winds are sport now on afternoon live, strengthening as well and here comes this is about passenger safety, our weather make up for tomorrow. security. in that sense this is very this relatively deep area of low with ben croucher. serious and there have been cases of pressure. quite a lot of white lines uber drivers being disqualified once on the chart and whenever you see that, that means the winds will be criminal offences have been revealed but that has happened with minicab at risk. we could start tomorrow we are talking cricket, but off the with gusts of 40—50 mph or more in firms as well. this is an issue which the government was basically field. very disappointing behaviour over there. the most exposed spots of the announcing tougher measures on more south—west and the south and west of england fast bowler broadly but the main caveat to this jofra archer is the man wales. outbreaks of heavy rain as at the centre of another damning incident in sport. is uber cabs are not about to vanish he says he was targetted as he came well so some poor driving conditions. as we go through the off against new zealand in the first from london's streets. they are test match in mount maunganui. day, these outbreaks will drift going to appeal and that appeal having spent over an hour trying northwards towards england and to save a draw for england, means that essentially a court, a wales, it northern ireland, southern he posted on social media after the game... magistrate will decide whether or scotland. it stays blustery across not to grant frozen two a license and you could say on the one hand western areas and also windy across
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the northern half of scotland. this is transport for london, the although the heavy rain should stay to the south. brighter down to the body regulating transport playing new zealand cricket tough, calling a big tech giant to have issued a response, south later on. very mild, 10—14d account but you could say that this and they said they‘ll be and then travelling in the contacting and apologising is transport for london passing the south—east tomorrow evening, another to archer, who was racially abused lump of rain, really wet across buck to the courts, because it wouldn't be a popular decision if by a spectator as he left the field. parts of eastern england during transport for london just renewed although security providers tuesday night into wednesday. no at the venue were unable pressure still with us for wednesday to locate the perpetrator, on the southern flank of that there uber‘s license. all those taxi drivers are a very strong library new zealand cricket will be will be strong winds, gales likely examining cctv footage and making in the channel. the potential there further inquiries on tuesday in an endeavour to identify lobby and they will be very upset. is strong winds could get into southern counties as well. outbreaks at what point if they don't win an the man responsible. of rain. again some localised appeal will they be off the streets? it will not end up in court for england cricket have also condemned flooding is possible. driest of the probably weeks if not months and the behaviour saying weather perhaps for northern there was a precedence to this. tfl there is no place for racist behaviour in the game. ireland. 9—12d. that will change as made a similar decision back in director of cricket ashley giles is due to give a press conference we move out of wednesday into 2017. in that situation it raised at 9 o‘clock uk time. thursday. low—pressure exits to the east and then follow the white issues again packed snow safety. in the period of time that it took for lines, the isobars all the way to the north, that is where the air i used the word disappointing, and that decision for the magistrate to will be coming from. a plunge of it‘s disgraceful. let‘s move on. let‘s talk about what happened on cold airjust make a final decision on whether to will be coming from. a plunge of cold air just across will be coming from. a plunge of cold airjust across all part of the uk as we head towards the end of the give a new licence to uber or not, the pitch, because that was a disappointing for england. it addressed those issues and week. temperatures will dip away but
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therefore the magistrate did grant a pretty crushing defeat in the end the rain will ease and we will get ubera for england who started to see a bit more brightness. but therefore the magistrate did grant uber a licence. it is quite possible so confidently with the bat over this will go to court and the the first day or so. between now and then, wind and rain 00:35:08,176 --> 4294966103:13:29,430 could cause some problems. they needed to see out the final day magistrate will find in uber‘s at the bay oval to save a draw favour but it is possible they will but fell well short. not. they resumed on 55—3, but were eventually bowled out the jury in the trial of former hillsborough match for 197 to lose by an innings commander david duckenfield has and 65 runs. retired to consider its verdict joe denly stuck around for the longest as he made 35 at preston crown court. the sheffield stadium disaster but he, ollie pope and jos buttler at the fa cup semifinal in 1989 led all departed soon after each to the deaths of 96 men, other leaving the tail women and children. with too much to do. mr duckenfield, who's now 75, denies it‘s another disappointing performance on the road for england, gross negligence manslaughter. who must win the second test in hamilton later in the week to level the series. danjohnsonjoins us live now former seam steven finn is unsure what england can change from the preston crown court. with such a tight turnaround. thejury the jury retired about half an hour you look at the t20 series, and it ago to start considering their was an opportunity to see how people verdict against david duckenfield, the match commander who was in got on an international cricket, an charge of things at hillsborough on opportunity to see how they dealt that day. he has admitted that it with the pressure, what they can do was his decision to open a gate in an england shirt. it will be interesting to see what people see outside the stadium, to relieve the pressure of the crowd that had built and between test matches from the up pressure of the crowd that had built up outside the ground and he england camp as a product that is admitted that he didn't really how they are viewing this a test
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understand the full consequences of match series as well. i think we that, that that would prompt a surge will have to wait and see, but i of people through onto the terraces think first and foremost, physically close to the pitch which is where wait and see how people are. uk athletics have today confirmed the 96 victims of the hillsborough that zara hyde peters disaster were crushed. but he said will not become their it was a decision he had to make in new chief executive. she was due to take up the position next week but with safeguarding a moment of crisis, an emergency, to allegations made against her husband relieve the pressure to save lives last week, the governing body outside the ground and the judge in is no longer proceeding with the appointment. summing up today has said that they elsewhere in atheltics, british 400 metres runner anyika onuora has called time will have two consider all the other on her career at the age of 35. elements that were at play here, the in an 18—year international career, design of the ground, things that mr she won a bronze in the 4x400metres at the rio olympics. duckenfield couldn't be held she also won a bronze in the same event a year earlier accountable for. the fact he had only taken over as match commander at the world championships. she said... three weeks before and he has "i‘m forever grateful admitted the gaps in his own for all the people who allowed me to fulfil a big dream that a young knowledge and experience but has said he tried to make the best black girl from liverpool was able to achieve." decision he could. he said with the great britain hockey player sam ward benefit of hindsight he wished he says he will give it had done things differently, said it all he‘s got to return to action was the biggest regret of his life after losing the sight but the jury has to decide whether in his left eye. he‘s one of great britain and england‘s most profilic players in recent years. he is guilty of manslaughter. 95 of he was struck in the face by the ball during an olympic qualifying play—off win 96 victims. a lot for the jury to against malaysia earlier this month.
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he sustained a crushed retina weigh our peer and they have only and facial fractures with some irreversible damage. just started their deliberations it‘ll be a few months before this afternoon. we don't know how it‘s known if a playing long that will take them but it is return will be possible. not the first time mr duckenfield has faced these charges. this is a all day across various bbc outlets, we‘re revealing the contenders for the 2019 retrial here. sports personality of the years. we already know about students at almost half of all uk raheem sterling, ben stokes universities are facing disruption to their classes, and alun wyn jones. as lecturers and support staff started an 8 day the fifth sportsperson strike over pensions, pay, and working conditions. this latest action follows strikes on the list is six time in february and march last year, meaning some students are being affected formula one world champion and 2014 for the second time. winner lewis hamilton. universities say they'll do the final nominee will be all the can to minimise revealed in the one show the affect on students. our education correspondent at 7 o‘clock on bbc one. that‘s all the sport for now. lisa hampele reports. sarah mulkerrins will across the country, around 1 million students are being affected by the strike. have more after five. union members say they have reached breaking point. now they are striking over pay, workload, equality and job security now on afternoon live, let‘s go nationwide as well as pensions. and see what‘s happening around the country in our daily visit it is thought more than 43,000 to the bbc newsrooms around the uk. members of the university and college union are let‘s go to donna traynor, on strike today. she‘s in belfast and will be the union is angry that members giving us a local insight now have to pay 9.6% into the university staff strikes
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taking place across the uk. in pension contributions, back with you in just a moment, donna. up from 8%. and peter levy is in hull they want universities to pay at the paragon railway station, the full increase instead. where passengers are looking forward to riding on a new fleet of trains employers say they are paying to london. an extra £250 million to pensions each year. by eroding our pensions, which is deferred pay, by giving us less money yes, i know it‘s raining. and expecting us to do more and more but first, donna, we‘ve been seeing the impact work, they are making it hard for us of these university staff to deliver the quality education strikes across the uk. what‘s been happening near you? and research we want to do, and it will not contribute to society. for some students, this in northern ireland, lecturers and is the second time they will be affected by industrial action. support staff like us were queen‘s universities say they were doing university in belfast and also as much as they can to mitigate university in belfast and also university are taking part in the the impact on students. strike action over pay cuts, and last time, thousands signed increase pension contributions and petitions asking for compensation, what they lecturers are seeing are but few were successful. many students support deteriorating working conditions. the highlight a large number of the strike but are worried. workers on short—term contracts with it happened in my undergrad. nojob workers on short—term contracts with i had no dissertation for six weeks, no job security. under northern ireland, the university college which i think affected my final mark union has 1500 members of the two considerably, so for it universities. striking staff at to be happening again... queens held a rally at the main it is important for us to support gates in belfast at lunchtime. the people who teach us.
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student leaders also supported the their demand for better working strike, saying it was a short—term conditions will basically lead to better learning painfor strike, saying it was a short—term conditions for us. pain for long—term gain. i am putting this in context. this comes having it affect our exam week, i just against a backdrop where it don't think that's fair. generally speaking those and at the topjobs, including the eight days of strikes generally speaking those and at the top jobs, including the university are planned, with union members vice chancellors, had been getting working to contract, pay rises above the rate of too, refusing to cover inflation. for absent colleagues and how have those involved reacted? or to reschedule lost lectures. the local representatives, the union representatives, so employers are i believe we will continue to talk. just not willing to negotiate seriously. have a listen to one of and i do believe that we've got them. she says university staff have been pushed into taking this action. a lot of shared interest around things that we can do in order we would rather be in at the classes to get some agreement teaching, but rather be engaging around pensions. with our students, but instead, we the union is warning find yourself posted address on her of a second wave of strikes in the new year if talks fail. to strike to get to get them to you're watching afternoon live, understand that we are serious. we these are our headlines: lorry driver maurice robinson have lost 20% of our salaries over appears in court over the deaths of 39 vietnamese migrants — the last ten years while the he admits to plotting to assist illegal immigration.
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salaries of vcs, for instance, have two cinema chains pulls the gang—themed film blue story gone up 30% in the same period. after a brawl at a complex in birmingham at the weekend. vue cinemas say the decision luckily, management at the university saying they are trying to followed 25 significant incidents. minimise disruption to lecturers. they say they will make every effort celebrations for to ensure that there is no impact on pro—democracy supporters after winning overwhelmingly stu d e nts to ensure that there is no impact on students so that they are not in hong kong's local elections. disadvantaged academically. but for many students, the effect of this is new zealand cricketer have unclear, and it is not the only apologised to jofra new zealand cricketer have strike we are reporting on this apologised tojofra archer after he evening. we will also look at the says a spectator racially abused his as he left the field. first day of a wave of industrial action by unison, the health workers england suffered a heavy innings union, over pay and staffing levels, defeat in the first test, the second and then next month, we will see, and final match of the series starts for the first time in northern on thursday night. ireland‘s history, sources on site and alun wyn jones joints here. again, that is over staffing numbers and pay. you could say it is on thursday night. and alun wynjones joints raheem sterling, ben stokes and dean asher stokes as nominees for this year ‘s a winter of good discontent in bbc sports personality of the year. northern ireland. as in touch us. i two more nominees will be revealed know you will keep us in touch with later today. the full round—up just that. great to see you. let‘s go to after 330. to the general election now, the station and to meet the
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and party leaders are out controller, peter leavey. i had just campaigning again up and down the country. borisjohnson has been in wales to launch the conservatives' welsh one word out, because you are going manifesto for the general election. the prime minister promised to pick me up on that! a new train an "ambitious" growth deal to create fleet. tell us more. i felt sorry an economic boost for communities living along the wales—england border. for you a few weeks back at penzance, i hope you feel the same our correspondent ben wright has for me today. since the year 2000, been travelling with the prime minister borisjohnson hull trains have been in operation. today— let's cross to him. in recent months, they have had some reliability problems. there was even a fire reliability problems. there was even a couple of interesting photo afire on reliability problems. there was even a fire on one train. four years ago, opportunities for the prime minister. he was at the royal welsh winter fair, hull trains made a bed, put an offer minister. he was at the royal welsh winterfair, right minister. he was at the royal welsh winter fair, right in minister. he was at the royal welsh winterfair, right in the middle of to build some nutrients, five of wales. right in the constituency of them, at the cost of £60 million. brecon and radnorshire. the the first one of those such as pills conservatives are hoping they can and here. this is it. at the cost of win it back and it is a huge £12 million. it is built and italy, agricultural fair. win it back and it is a huge agriculturalfair. the prime and also injapan, on a base is minister turned up to give a trim to similarto and also injapan, on a base is similar to the bullet train. it has some sheep, she had them, patted got all cons. it is a very lush and a fabulous train. this is the first some sheep, she had them, patted some cattle, inspected some heifers and generally mosey around for half of five, and it will be operating
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and generally mosey around for half an hourorso and regularly. you can see inside there. and generally mosey around for half an hour or so and he was there to try and win over the voters of mid operating regularly between hull and wales. it is an important set of king‘s cross. if you are in the constituencies around here come up south and one a train to the north to turn the conservatives would love to doncaster, whenever, a brand—new to turn the conservatives would love to ta ke to turn the conservatives would love to take from labour and the lib dems as they hope to build their way to a train, £12 million. and if you do majority. he went from there, mr eventually come to see me, and why would you, that is what you will be johnson come up to an area near travelling on. you're absolutely wrexham where he is launching the right— why would i? tories manifesto for wales this laughter afternoon. coming the day after he how do they differ from the launched the pa rty‘s previous... how do they differ from afternoon. coming the day after he launched the party's main manifesto. how are they feeling that has gone the previous ones, peter? it is down? i think they will be delighted getting worse and worse here, i tell you! there is five of these trains that so far it hasn't unravelled in and at the new fleet. they will be any sense, there haven't been any known as the paragon fleet. that is great controversies that have the name of the railway station at erupted from it or mistakes people have looked on. they are seared by hull, and it means great, brilliant, the experience of the election in excellent. they are different, 2017 when there was a very ambitious simon, because they operate on ma nifesto 2017 when there was a very ambitious manifesto with some controversial diesel and electric. so, they can
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stuff in there, particularly around use the east coast mainline from social care and quickly, tipped that hull to selby, the first part of the journey there is no electrification, campaign into real difficulty when then after that it can‘t run on the the consequences of the social care announcement in particular became electric. five trains at the cost of evident and i think they have tried £60 million. if you have ever to make this very much a safety first manifesto, it is only about 60 wondered what our body panels that, it looks like that. interesting pages long. there is very little in the way of new public spending thing, finally, there is no perfect car on the train. apparently, it is commitments, many of the announcements we had trailed over the preceding weeks, you set brexit a lwa ys car on the train. apparently, it is always a trolley service on the train from now on end, and the aside which is a colossal endeavour, reason is that a lot of people want much of the manifesto is seen to be to get up and leave their bags, necessarily quite limited in its their laptop to go to the buffet car forfear ambitions and that is deliberate. i their laptop to go to the buffet car for fear of don't think the conservative party their laptop to go to the buffet car forfear of it being their laptop to go to the buffet car for fear of it being stolen or whatever, so they stay in their won any controversy at all to come seat. so, the public have asked for from this. they would like the a trolley service only, and that is ma nifesto from this. they would like the manifesto launch to have happened and then quickly be forgotten in the what they get. but it is very very next two or three days. theyjust placid. plug sockets and usb sockets wa nt to next two or three days. theyjust want to maintain what they feel is a fairly confident and strong position on every single seat. it really is as they go into these last two and a nice. you will be able to sit back half weeks of this campaign. as they go into these last two and a half weeks of this campaignm as they go into these last two and a half weeks of this campaign. it is on yourfirst nice. you will be able to sit back on your first class seat or during not often a presenter gets away with your double on your first class seat or during yourdouble gin and on your first class seat or during your double gin and tonic when you telling a senior correspondent to come to hull. i have got eight more
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belt up but i am glad we got the question. is it still raining very message across. the raised eyebrow heavily there? it is raining very does it all. always listen to you heavily, and that is why you are going to wrap this up now! safe simon. thank you very much. journey home. more than 6:30pm tonight. good night, stay dry. donna, great to see you. thank you meanwhile labour. announced plans to improve both very much. conditions for tenants in privately—owned accommodation. but the residential landlords association is warning that this could see landlords stepping away from the private rental market. announcing the policy pledge, the labour leader, jeremy corbyn, says he wants all tenants to have somewhere safe and secure to live. and a reminder, begot nationwide every weekday afternoon at 430 here announcing the policy pledge, on afternoon light. the labour leader, jeremy corbyn, says landlords are wrong labour says if it wins next month‘s general election, to fear labour's plans. it will introduce rent controls and require landlords to carry out the very opposite. i can't imagine an annual property check. the conservative culture secretary why they would say such a thing. nicky morgan says that labour‘s proposals to give more rights what we're doing is ensuring all to people who privately rent their home "could well te na nts have what we're doing is ensuring all tenants have somewhere decent, safe and secure in to live. i can't put landlords off". imagine that any landlord would well, and government, the
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object to the property be inspected conservatives have already taken to make sure it is up to standard to action on rogue landlords, making sure people can‘t be thrown out of be put on the rental market, surely rented premises, making sure they thatis be put on the rental market, surely that is a reasonable, basic thing to can get the deposit back, not paying do in society. we don't want people unnecessary fees and things like living in substandard accommodation. that to make more cuts renting more with me is caitlin wilkinson, policy and public affairs manager at generation rent, difficult. i think what the liberal a campaign group for better deals for private renters. policy, there is a balance. we want she's also a member of the labour party. landlords to make rain is available and also i'm joined by douglas haig, to rain. actually, some of the vice—chair of the residential landlord association — actions that the labour party are he's in our cardiff studio. proposing to do it could well put do you agree withjeremy corbyn that something needs to be done? about landlords off, they could well end up landlords off, they could well end up selling premises rather than rent controls and standards in the having them available to rain. —— private rented sector, certainly rent controls are an ironic situation. both times we have been available to rent. students at almost half of all uk through that we have seen a private universities are facing disruption to their classes, as lecturers and support rented sector which are stripped of staff started an 8 day strike over pensions, quality and availability for the pay, and working conditions. this latest action follows strikes in february and march last year, general renting population. meaning some students are being affected ironically it reduces the for the second time. availability, the quality and the universities say they‘ll do all the can to minimise affordability when this is one of the affect on students. the things it is likely trying to our education correspondent lisa hampele reports.
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address. why is that? because across the country, around 1 billion landlords will have to spend money stu d e nts across the country, around 1 billion students are being affected by the to get their properties up to strike. union members say they have reached breaking point. now they are scratch? over the last 20 odd years, the vast improvements in the striking over pay, workload, equality and job security as well as equality in the private rented pensions. it is thought that over sector and if that supply, that 43,000 members at the university and money is no longer available to couege 43,000 members at the university and college union are on strike today reinvest in the properties, one, we stop the union is angry that members don't get an improvement in quality are now having to pay 9.6% any and we don't get the innovation which we are sometime starting to see and ultimately also it will pension contributions, up from 8%. it wants universities to pay the reduce the total investment in the full increase instead. employer said private rented sector by landlords that the ping and an extra £250 million to the scheme each year. the and that reduces the type of properties available for tenants. and that reduces the type of properties available for tenantsm is notjust properties available for tenantsm is not just high properties available for tenantsm is notjust high and properties we pension is essentially different are talking about, it is those on pay, they are giving us less money the lower end of the market that are and expecting us to do more work. they are making really hard to give there for people on benefits and things like that and they are likely quality education and do the quality to be the first landlords likely to of research that we want to do to lead the market. we are talking contribute to society. for some about a relatively small number of students, this is the second time they have been affected by people, the rogue landlords, many of industrial action stop university whom we have all read about. you say they are doing as much as i can have personal experiences with to mitigate the impact on students. last time round, thousands of signed
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difficult landlords and private petitions asking for compensation, but you were successful. many rent. i think i pick student support the strike, but they are wanted. it happened and my difficult landlords and private rent. i think! pick up difficult landlords and private rent. i think i pick up on the affordability point. renting is undergrad. i had no dissertation church for six weeks, but i think unaffordable for the vast majority affected my final by considerably. of people. on average private for it to be happening againjust really annoying. it is really important to support lecturers and renters spend 40% of their income on people who teachers of their demand rent. in many cities it is much for better working conditions is busily bodily to better learning higher. two thirds of private conditions for us. there are renters have no savings whatsoever different ways of going around it, and having it affect our exam week, which means that they are very ijust don‘t think and having it affect our exam week, i just don‘t think that is fair. vulnerable if their circumstances change, if they lose theirjob, they and having it affect our exam week, ijust don't think that is fainm are vulnerable to rent arrears and is of strikes are planned to come up with union members working to contract too, refusing to cover for homelessness. labour's policy of absent colleagues on a resurgent introducing controls on rent each loss lecturers, but universities year will help. one of the things think a resolution can‘t be fine. jeremy corbyn is saying, those that loss lecturers, but universities think a resolution can't be fine.” believe that people continue to don't pay the rent, of course that talk, and i do believe that we have isa don't pay the rent, of course that is a different thing. we don't want to confuse too many issues here. got a lot of shared interest around there are some things where things that we can do in order to landlords are right if they are not happy in the way their tents are
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get some agreement around pensions. behaving. of course. as a tenant, if the union is warning of a second wave of strikes and in the new year a tenant is not fulfilling terms of if no deal is reached. their contract, there will always be reasons where it is viable for a in a moment, the latest business news. landlord to remove a tenant but what first, a look at the headlines on afternoon live. we're talking about here is rent lorry driver maurice robinson appears in court over the deaths increases annually that are linked of 39 vietnamese migrants — he admits to plotting to assist to inflation. we would suggest illegal immigration. linking them to wage inflation and i two cinema chains pulls the gang—themed film blue story think the policy to put limits just after a brawl at a complex in birmingham at the weekend. annual limits on what the rent can vue cinemas claims the decision go annual limits on what the rent can 9° up annual limits on what the rent can 90 up by annual limits on what the rent can go up by will mean that tenants, the followed 25 significant incidents. minority of unscrupulous landlords celebrations for pro—democracy supporters will put tenants rent out by a huge after winning overwhelmingly amount to force them out, they will no longer be able to do so so it in hong kong‘s local elections will give ten of the security they need. just looking at the behaviour and we are talking about a small here‘s your business number of rogue landlords, is there headlines on afternoon live. sports direct is to rebrand an understanding in groups like itself as frasers group. yours that something needs to be the proposed rebrand follows a recent announcement done about this? 10096 and if you that the retailer will launch have a look at what we have said a new luxury lifestyle store chain time and time again, i would like to
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frasers to the high street pick on the word rogue because that within the next financial year. hides behind what is going on. very the rebranding of the group should be complete if it get‘s shareholder approval at next often these are criminal landlords and we want to see as much stronger month‘s scheduled meeting. as we‘ve been hearing, uber has been enforcement occurring for the laws stripped of its licence that exist. we are talking about to operate in london. it has 21 days to appeal but will continue to operate legislation that is currently during this period. available to local authorities to about 45,000 drivers use to get these people out of the work for uber in london, and if its licence is ultimately sector and unfortunately, local authorities are stripped back to the rejected all of them could lose theirjobs. bare bones of what they are able to spend on enforcing in this sector and if we finance the local luis vuitton is set to buy tiffany for £12.5 billion. lvmh is the world‘s largest luxury goods company, authorities appropriately and really and with this purchase of the us—based jeweller it push them to grasp the nettle of will have an even bigger share of the sector. these regulations and kick these lvmh‘s billionaire owner landlords out of the market, then we bernard arnault said that tiffany had an "unparalleled heritage" and fitted with its other brands, wouldn't have the terrible louis vuitton and bulgari. situations which are rare, they are rare, but they do exist, where we hear are reported in the sector. what we need to be looking at are we‘re in black friday week, and at the moment you might find that you‘re bombarded with promises of massive discounts. the real supply. we should be an estimated £8 billion will be spent over the eight days up restricting supply, we should be to and including black friday.
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but how can you be sure you‘re increasing supply of affordable not being ripped off? housing because if there is a greater supply, those that need to our consumer affairs correspondent colletta smith went to bangor university to learn how can be an affordable housing, those that want to buy can buy houses and to avoid getting tricked. those that want to continue to rent have a greater choice and are able to choose good quality landlords and good quality properties and that is what we should be focusing on, not laws that restrict that supply. caitlin, is that a scenario that you what you‘re going to see is a whole can recognise a ? caitlin, is that a scenario that you bunch of different brands. can recognise a? the restriction of supply? we understand there are arguments... there is an expansion of supply and this issue that local councils which is where the buck stops for many people in your position. they will argue, we are not getting money from central government and that is our problem. definitely we can agree that local councils need more powers to enforce effectively against rogue, criminal
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landlords. i think the policy that labour are suggesting of heavier fines are a good idea. at the moment they are not heavy enough to deter rogue operators and mot is will help drive the standards up. douglas, that annual mot, i sense you're what are we seeing in people‘s brains? going to say that will put the cost of everything up. most landlords are already doing this sort of thing anyway. it was noted on deposits earlier and landlords just randomly taking things from deposits which is very difficult to do in this current market where you have an inspection focus at the beginning and a protected deposit regime scheme which means any deductions are made lawfully and legally. that in the true process often picks up a lot of issues that might be in the property and most good landlords are already doing this. by implementing a new bureaucratic system, the rogue landlords are not going to do this anyway, so not sure what the real
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purpose of other than a bit of a sound bite this is to improve the private rented sector. we should be focusing on the ones that are not complying with the laws that already exist. i disagree. there is evidence that one in seven private rented homes is unsafe. there is a renting crisis in this country. it affects one in five of us and everyone deserves a safe, secure and affordable home to live in. that is what we want for renters. caitlin some great tips there. a quick look and douglas, thank you very much for at the markets, and it is pretty joining us. positive. i have picked a property group down there. we are going to thieves have targeted one of europe's most famous collections talk about lvmh talking over tiffany of baroque treasures, the green vault in dresden in eastern germany, getting away ina talk about lvmh talking over tiffany in a little pale. to talk through with jewellery estimated to be worth around 800 million pounds. all those stories... the collection includes a huge sapphire given by the russian tsar, joining me now is ritu vohora, peter the great. investment director, earlier i spoke to our m&g investments. berlin correspondent, damien mcguinness, who said there was concern that the thieves would breakdown the stolen items. let‘s start with that serving, lvmh study. it seems like a lot of money that is the big worry. that is
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when sales at the jewellers aren‘t exactly what one journalist asked going particularly well. that is a the museum ‘s director earlier when very interesting point. i think police and the director was talking there is mutual benefits on both to journalist. he was from dresden, side. for lvmh, it is a french you could tell from his accent and you could tell from his accent and you could tell from his accent and you could hear the emotion in his company, they have access to voice that these treasures tiffany, which has a fantastic rant potentially be destroyed because in the us, so that gives them a they are virtually unsellable strong foothold and a new market. in because they are so famous. their worry is that if they are never terms of jewellery, that strong foothold and a new market. in terms ofjewellery, that is an area that lvmh is a very profitable n. it found, they could simply be is an area where you have better destroyed for their value, for the materials they are made up of. that growth than areas such as watches, is why police are desperate to find and what interesting margins and the perpetrators. video footage less volatility. it means they can compete an area such as diamond shows two male perpetrators creeping into a very small space through a rings, rather than just coloured very small window. what they did, stones. lvmh are and everything, they went straight for a particular they have got whiskeys as well, so they have got whiskeys as well, so they are really going all out.” think so. jodi is very lucrative, so class latrine containing these jewels. within in its they were out of the building again. looks like getting a foothold and here is a they had quite a complicated getaway great one. tiffany is interesting, plan, potentially involving numerous because it is almost a restructuring vehicles and a tunnel going story, because there were other top
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underground leading from the museum. brands, but at the moment they have details of that we are going to find lost out on, so may up with lvmh out over the next few hours. itjust will help them reinstate that brand seems they knew what they were doing. it is a big worry that it again, and hopefully they can forge might be very difficult to find together. let's move on to uber, a we have been covering all day. quite them. we have very little information about who the a big blow for them and their perpetrators might have been. reputation, but the share price has time for a look at the weather... hardly moved. what you make of that? i think it is still early right now. they are going to appeal the some very disturbing weather in eastern africa. in kenya, a very wet decision. it is obviously a blow, and something they see is a step too far. of course, the concern from the time of year there but this year it seems that things have been even regulators as customer safety and wetter tha n seems that things have been even wetter than usual. these pictures ensuring that the systems can‘t be show you some of the effects that manipulated, so of course some serious allegations. we will have to relentless rain, coming in the form of intense downpours has caused some see what happens with the appeals. uber still operates up until the landslides. 29 people have died as a appeal process, so nothing changes result. what is going on? it is a for customers at the moment, but it does raise questions about how the good example of how very localised weather effects can come about fed drivers, and the security partly because of big global processes and it detects that are in place. —— how the vet drivers.
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phenomenon. this is something called processes and it detects that are in place. -- how the vet drivers. it could have a seismic and pad. the the indian ocean dipole. what you share price since it launched as a haveis the indian ocean dipole. what you have is a positive indian ocean dipole. what is a dipole? basically down 50% more. share price since it launched as a down 5096 more. what should be!? if they lose the appeal, it has a significant impact on the share it means two different areas of price, and a free look in london, there is lots of competition are ready with other companies trying to temperatures that are not the average. colder than normal temperatures to the eastern side of enter the market. if they did lose the indian ocean but warmer than the appeal, they would have to look normal temperatures on the western at their business model, because side. we know from talking here that quite likely, competitors will try and come into that space, and it warm air holds more moisture, that could mean application for other is partly why they have had so much authorities and other countries that rain there. the other thing is the will start looking at the indian monsoon, the heavy rain in regulations and safety procedures and measures that uber is taking. the south—westerly winds is very so more on tsb now — and new chief executive to withdraw this year and suggested debbie crosbie not only announced thatis to withdraw this year and suggested that is partly down to this warm sea water in this part of the world as branch closures but her intention to well. there is no sign of any letup. make cost savings of £100 million. not really. big storm clouds generated over that ocean. the cross it is quite a dramatic move, a lot can year but also somalia and as we
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of their branch network. but it is get deeper into the week, part of quite a big branch network, and i tanzania are likely to be affected. probably don‘t need some jitters the ground is really wet, or training. she has got to get costs downpours could cause further scenes down. it is such a difficult like that. let's look closer to environment for banks, and it is home. not been the brightest of very ha rd environment for banks, and it is very hard for them to make any money. tsb hasn‘t been doing very days. there was not a lot of brightness in the forecast for the well since the it meltdown. it has next few days. in fact, what we have got to get it back up somehow. and got is some heavy rain and also some those it problems haven‘t gone away. only last week they had another jails across england and wales. likely to cause some travel problems problem, so surely they should be over the next few days. on the looking more closely at it systems satellite you can see if few stripes rather than trying to cut branches? of cloud passing across as at the it is sad that they are. she is moment bringing some on and off sporadic bursts of rain but it is talking about investing 120 million in it to upgrade the digital this developing hook of cloud that is quite a deep area of low pressure offering, making it much more onto a and that will be heading our way platform bases, which is kind of consistent with what other banks are tonight and tomorrow. on an offering doing. i would say what she is doing is pretty much what other banks are continuing, particularly across eastern england into scotland. drive doing, cutting the branch network, for some through the night and by moving everything onto a digital platform. that is fine, but all it the end of the night, heavy rain and is doing is keeping up with the strong winds will return to the herd. it‘s not creating anything south—west and the south of wales.
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as our area of low pressure makes distinctive, and the problem with tsb is that they have got a its move. this contains the remnants reputation a problem with their it. of tropical storms sebastian. a lot they have got to start off with building resilience and trust. and of tropical storms sebastian. a lot of tropical storms sebastian. a lot of tropical moisture, some of the rain quite heavily. strong winds as thatis building resilience and trust. and that is your business news. ben rich has the weather. well. gusts of 40, 55 mph or more in brighter skies have been an somewhat the most exposed spots. heavy rain short supply over the last few days. as well. if you're travelling in that part of the uk, it is not not a lot of brightness and the forecast for the next three days. we looking too pretty. as we go through have a summer rain and some strong the day, these outbreaks of rain drifting across england and wales. winds, which could cause travel problems, particularly across northern ireland as well. for the england and wales. the satellite northern half of scotland, here picture shows cloud across england avoiding most of the heavy rain for the time being. but it will be windy and wales at the moment. it is this here as well. something a little area of cloud to the south—west that is going to bring meaningful wet and brighter developing down to the windy weather through tonight and south and what will be a very mild tomorrow. as we go through it this evening, we will see cloud and day, 9—14d. tomorrow evening, look outbreaks a patchy rain drafting at this wet weather which is likely northwards across many parts of the uk. likely to turn misty for a while to develop. that could cause some problems. as this area of low as well. every once and the south—west of england and wales and pressure just lumbers its way
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eastwards into wednesday, further for a while. eight or 9 degrees. pulses of rain. on the southern flank of that, there will be gales, tomorrow‘s by maker of this area low pressure, which contains the uncertainty about how far north that re m na nts of windy weather will be. really windy pressure, which contains the remnants of tropical storm sebastian. a lot of white lines on the track, very strong winds. when through the english channel. rain zeroing in on north—east england and the track, very strong winds. when the morning of 40 to 50 mph. we will scotland. 9—12d but things change see that fairly heavy rain drafting because wednesday and thursday, an area of low pressure shimmies off to northwards as well. that wet weather the new continent. from the north continues north across england and wales, also turning white across the new continent. from the north the air will be coming and blue parts of northern ireland. not as much rain for the north and colours plunging across the chart. a scotland, but it will be quite real change in the feel of our weather as we head towards the end windy. a brisk north—easterly point, and it stays windy throughout the of the week. temperatures down into day across a some of these western single digits by friday but with that we see less cloud, less rain coastal areas. it is going to be and hopefully a bit of brightness, mild, 9 degrees n at newcastle, 14 maybe even some sunshine. degrees in a cadre. on tuesday night, our area of low pressure numbers is which. we will see really heavy rain for a time across eastern parts of england, and as we go through the day on wednesday, that is likely to continue to pile into
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north—eastern parts of england. there could be flooding and distruption with that. even away from these areas, there will be outbreaks of rain our time. perhaps the best of the dry weather to be found in northern ireland. it is another relatively mild today. on a this is bbc news — thursday, thanks not to change. our our latest headlines. lorry driver maurice robinson low pressure system slides out into appears in court over the deaths the near continent, and then follow the near continent, and then follow of 39 vietnamese migrants — the isobars all the be up to the he admits to plotting to assist illegal immigration. north. that is where our air will be one of the cinema chains who pulled coming from at the end of the week. it is going to bring a really cold the gang film blue story after a brawl in birmingham says it plunge across the uk. temperatures dipping away on thursday and followed significant incidents at a number of other cinemas. particularly friday. but with that, there should be a bit more joy at the ballot box — pro—democracy supporters celebrate as they win overwhelmingly in hong kong's local elections. the territory's leader carrie lam has said she will listen, and reflect seriously on the message sent by voters. where now for uber? brightness. the ride—hailing app loses its licence to operate in london after being found to be ‘not fit and proper‘.
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sport now on afternoon live, with ben croucher. we've talked about a number of incidents of racism in football, and today we're having to talk about the issue in cricket? there's been numerous incidents in football in the last few months but now we're sadly talking about racism in cricket. england bowler joffra archer says he was subjected to abuse as he walked off against new zealand in the first test match in mount manganui. the man in question has not been identified yet but it's an unsavoury end to what was already a tough few days for england. archer had batted for around an hour in trying to today at 5, a lorry driver accused over the deaths save a draw for england. of 39 migrants in essex, in a post on social has admitted conspiring to assist illegal immigration. after the close, he said... the bodies were found in a lorry container in essex last month, maurice robinson is accused of being part of a bigger new zealand cricket plot to bring people have issued a response, and they said they'll be
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contacting and apologising into the uk illegally. to archer, who was racially abused by a spectator as he left the field. we‘ll have the latest although security providers on the case at the old bailey. at the venue were unable the other main stories to locate the perpetrator, on bbc news at 5. vue cinemas defend their withdrawal new zealand cricket will be of a gang film, after a brawl examining cctv footage and making in birmingham, saying it followed further inquiries on tuesday 25 other ‘significant incidents‘ at other cinemas. in an endeavour to identify disruption for students across the uk, as university lecturers and support staff start an 8—day strike over the man responsible. pay and pensions. england cricket have also condemned the behaviour, saying there is no place for racist there are different ways of going behaviour in the game. around it and we are expecting to hear from england's director of cricket ashley giles later this evening. i suppose we have to talk about what happened on the pitch, because that was disappointing for england. a pretty crushing defeat in the end for england who started so confidently with the bat over the first day or so. they needed to see out the final day at the bay oval to save a draw but fell well short. they resumed on 55—3, but were eventually bowled out for 197 to lose by an innings and 65 runs. joe denly stuck around
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for the longest as he made 35 but he, ollie pope and jos buttler all departed soon after each other leaving the tail with too much to do. it's another disappointing performance on the road for england, who must win the second test in hamilton later in the week to level the series. we saw signs and if this game that they are playing with far more discipline than be sought previously, both with the bat and a ball. if you look at the transition that we had when we went from that one way disaster in the world cup in 2015, it takes time to commit to these plants, and i think it is unrealistic for people to expect england to come out and just be able to play in that manner and be used to play in that manner and be used to playing in that matter from the first test match. i think it is a question of giving them time to bed in the mentality of what they want to do. i think they were very good signs at times in this test match, but they have come up against a new zealand team who are pretty settled.
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they have had a wave and a matter in which they play their cricket for quite a while now, and executed that really well in this test match. uk athletics have today confirmed that zara hyde peters will not become their new chief executive. she was due to take up the position next week but with safeguarding allegations made against her husband last week, the governing body is no longer proceeding with the appointment. elsewhere in athletics, british 400 metres runner anyika onuora has retired from athletics aged 35. she won a bronze in the 4x400metres at the rio olympics. she also won a bronze in the same event a year earlier at the world championships. great britain hockey player sam ward says he is not one to give up easily after losing the sight in his left eye. he's one of great britain and england's most profilic players in recent years. he was struck in the face by the ball during an olympic qualifying play—off win against malaysia earlier this month. he sustained a crushed retina and facial fractures.
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he said, "it is a tough pill to swallow but i will do everything can to make myself available for selection for tokyo olympics." all day across various bbc outlets, we're revealing the contenders for the 2019 sports personality of the years. we already know about raheem sterling, ben stokes and dina asher smith. in the last hour, wales rugby union captain alun wyn jones has been revealed as the fourth nominee after guiding his country to the six nations grand slam and world cup semi final. two more nominees to be announced. one in the one show at seven. bad news, simon, is that another is going to be revealed on bbc radio 2 at 4:15. no competition for you in my eyes though. asi as i tried? always. yeah, ok. talk to you someday, if not later. well, we're now half way through the election campaign —
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and almost all the manifestos have been published. my colleague christian fraser has been taking a look at three of them to see how they compare. so, just over two weeks, then, to election day. we almost have a full complement of manifestos, but let me remind you that on the bbc website, under the heading election 2019, you'll find this policy guide. you can select whichever nation you're in, whichever party you want to look at, and all the policies are there. we're going to look at the policies of three parties. we don't have time to go through them all, but we'll start with the conservatives. so, if they win a majority on december the 12th, they pledge to bring back the withdrawal agreement bill before christmas. so, ultimately, the uk would be leaving the eu by january 2020. now, under the terms of the withdrawal agreement, there is a plan for an extension until december 2020. the conservatives say there will be no further extensions past that date. although you'd struggle to find anyone in brussels who think a trade
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agreement can be done in such a short space of time. with regards to health, there is a pledge of £20.5 billion extra over the term of the parliament until 2024, and a pledge to bring 50,000 more nurses into the service, although 18,500 of those are being encouraged to remain in the nhs, or to be brought back. there is also, and this is the important one, a triple lock on taxes. no rise on income tax or on national insurance or on vat. and there is the australian—style points based system which would treat the eu and non—eu immigrants at the same. let's have a look at labour. so, there is this transformational fund. £400 million extra for schools, hospital, housing, energy and transport. there is a pledge to put £75 billion into new council homes — 100,000 a year by 2024, which is... it's quite an ambitious plan. in fact, if i told you that not since 1977 has the state built as many homes as that in one year.
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free full—fibre broadband for every home and business and in the uk, and of course there is a policy on the referendum — a second vote on brexit. and we heard from jeremy corbyn on friday that in that referendum he'd be remaining neutral. the liberal democrats would stop brexit, they would cancel it, revoke article 50 if they win a majority without a second vote. and the money from that would be ploughed back into public services. they call it a brexit bonus, if you will, of £50 billion. they are also planning to put an extra pence on income tax, which would be ring fenced for the nhs and social care, which would bring in 7.8 billion a year. and there's 20 billion a year for every year up to 2024 to tackle climate change. as i say, the manifestos of the other parties are there for the brexit party, the greens and plaid. wer‘e still waiting for a manifesto from the snp.
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but let's have a quick look before we go at the poll tracker. so, i'm putting a big bucket of salt over this. there is a big margin of error, of course, in such volatile times. but you can see that the conservatives, according to this, at the moment, are 12 points ahead of labour. as they go up, the brexit party, similarly, is going down. the same is true for labour and the liberal democrats. as the labour party put on support, inversely, the liberal democrat support is falling. just to remind you, there it is again, election 2019... have a look at the policy guide. after massive gains by pro—democracy candidates in local elections in hong kong, the territory's leader carrie lam has said she will listen, and reflect seriously on the message sent by voters. pro—democracy councillors now control 17 out of 18 district councils. it's being seen as stinging
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condemnation of the leadership, and a show of support for the anti—beijing protests that have been going on for months. jonathan head reports. they queued in record numbers and delivered an unmistakable message. as the votes were tallied, seat after seat fell to an opposition alliance which had previously held only a handful. for hong kong's government, this was a humiliation. today, office workers in the city centre used their lunch break to heckle a prominent pro—government politician, who had to be hustled out by riot police. and then turned that into an impromptu protest, chanting the mantra of the movement which has thrown down an unprecedented challenge to chinese rule in this territory. five demands, not one less. they still want full democracy and an independent
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enquiry into the violence of the past five months. the hong kong government must have been hoping that after this election perhaps the protests might die down. but the stunning opposition victory seems to have given the movement and its supporters new momentum. newly elected councillors visited the university campus, where a handful of activists are still holed up after last week's battles with the police — symbolically linking the protests with their election win. china now faces an acute dilemma. what does it do about a defiant hong kong? for the moment, it can only trot out a familiar official script. translation: no matter what happens in hong kong, it is chinese territory, and special administrative region of china. any attempt to destabilise hong kong — or even to damage its prosperity and stability — will never succeed.
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china is blaming foreign interference for this political setback. many hong kongers would say it's been the strategy of relying on an increasingly unpopular police force to contain popular anger which has prolonged the crisis. now they must wait to see whether china is willing to change course. in a moment, the latest business news. first a look at the headlines on afternoon live. lorry driver maurice robinson appears in court over the deaths of 39 vietnamese migrants — he admits to plotting to assist illegal immigration. two cinema chains pulls the gang—themed film blue story after a brawl at a complex in birmingham at the weekend. vue cinemas claims the decision followed 25 significant incidents. celebrations for pro—democracy supporters after winning overwhelmingly in hong kong's local elections.
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here's your business headlines on afternoon live: as we've been hearing, uber has been stripped of its licence to operate in london. it has 21 days to appeal but will continue to operate during this period. about 45,000 drivers work for uber in london, and if its licence is ultimately rejected all of them could lose theirjobs. luis vuitton is set to buy tiffany for £12.5 billion. lvmh is the world's largest luxury goods company and with this purchase of the us based jeweller it will have an even bigger share of the sector. lvmh's billionaire owner bernard arnault said that tiffany had an "unparalleled heritage" and fitted with its other brands, louis vuitton and bulgari. tsb is set to close 82 branches next year, reducing their network from 540 to 454. as a result, around 300 to 400 jobs could be lost. this is all part of a plan by the new chief executive, debbie crosbie, as it tries to restore its reputation following last year's huge it failure which hit
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1.9 million customers. it has been a big weekend at the box office for one particular film, it has been a big weekend at the box office for one particularfilm, a film you haven't seen, but not all about because your daughters have told you all about. yes, it is frozen 2. the previous film with tad rather well at the box office, £1 billion and a global sales. it is a beating forecast, the sequel. a direct earn 272 million globally, andi direct earn 272 million globally, and i can't believe you haven't seen it. i haven't seen the first one. i had you done as a bit of it olaf.” beg your pardon. he likes hugs. let's talk about tsb. beg your pardon. he likes hugs. let‘s talk about tsb. difficulties— a store closures, job losses, but they are hoping it is all behind them. this goes back to this
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community is because my community to experience last year with their it. the ticket executive was forced to resign a the ticket executive was forced to resigna —— the ticket executive was forced to resign a —— the chief executive. the new chief executive has vowed to make things better and save £100 million by 2022. but it is certainly a challenging time for her, and we have got someone who can tell us all about that. it is francis coppola, an independent business analyst. this is quite a myth, to cut so many branches, isn't it? it is, it is quite dramatic. a lot of their branch network. that said, it is quite a big branch network, and are properly did need to just as pretty. she has got to get costs down. it is such a difficult environment for banks, with low interest rates continue forever, it is very hard for them to make any money. tsb hasn't been doing very well. since
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the it mother, it has got to get it back up somehow. i those it problems haven't gone away. only last week we had another programme. surely they should be looking more closely at their it systems rather than trying to cut branches at this moment in time? she is talking about investing 120 million and it, to upgrade your digital offering, giving it much more to it much more to a platform basis. this is consistent with what other banks are doing, sol basis. this is consistent with what other banks are doing, so i would say what she is doing is pretty much what other banks are doing, cutting the branch network, moving everything online onto digital platforms and so forth. that is fine as farasa platforms and so forth. that is fine as far as a ghost, but it is keeping up as far as a ghost, but it is keeping up with the heart, not creating anything distinctive, and the problem with esb as you have got a reputational problem with their it. they have got to build resilience and trust with their it. it seems strange that a lot of the challenger banks are based on apps and using softwa re banks are based on apps and using software to get you to bank, and for
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tsb to go so heavily into that and spend a lot of money on that after they had such a huge meltdown seems like a strange move. i don't think they have got a great deal of choice. they have got to keep up, because that is a direction banking is going on. if you don't keep up, they have to go on the opposite direction, like metal bankers, and thatis direction, like metal bankers, and that is not going terribly well either. it is hard to see what the future is. it isjust a very difficult time for banks, really. and your opinion, on the high street, the bank, is that model dead? is it over? i don't think the high street bank is going to disappear. i think there will always bea disappear. i think there will always be a need for a high street presence for some things, but i do think that we are going to see far fewer high street branches, and they are going to be concentrated in a bigger population sectors. i think the rural branch probably is dead. thank you very much indeed.
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a quick look at the markets, and everything is looking positive. and thatis everything is looking positive. and that is all down to positive news from the us and china trade talks. an estimated one—in—five adults in the uk has a tattoo — most on parts of the body that can be covered up easily. but one salon is calling on clients to think carefully before getting a tattoo on theirface, neck or hands, as it could hamper their job prospects. john maguire has been finding out more. level tattoo studio in bristol offers an eclectic range of designs, but it has a strict policy on facial tattoos. young clients are asked for id, and even if they are 18, the staff here draw a line. do you want it so obvious you want people to see, you want to see it every time, even your face and the shoulders or something.
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it's like when you go to the mirror and wash yourface in the morning, it's the first thing that you see. so, do you want to see that every single day for the rest of your life? ryan is back in the chair after eight hours of work yesterday as tattoo artist carlo completes his design. it extends onto a hand, but for ryan, the face is a no go. in my line of work, when you meet clients and that, i do think my image means a lot. so, i'm not sure if it intimidates some people or not, i'm not too sure, but most and foremost, i wouldn't have it personally. ijust don't think it would look all right on me more than anything else. so, you sort of draw the line of what's... yeah, i wouldn't. .. obviously visible. yeah, that'll be it now, so... yeah, i wouldn't do neck or face, no. from beckham to bieber, body art is more prevalent and more obvious among trendsetters and influences than ever before. but there's concern within the industry about young fans copying their idols. the british tattoo artists federation wants stricter licensing
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and to stop illegal or backstreet shops tattooing the hands, face or neck of a young person if a reputable studio has said no. if they're older and they had a job where they're not going to lose it for, say, and they were quite settled, then maybe, yeah. but, yeah, i'd really, really think about it and discuss it with them as well, whether they were certain. age 30, and as a tattoo artist himself, carlo believes his face and neck tattoos are appropriate, but he too would turn away somebody barely into adulthood. it'sjust a thing of them looking on something for that one second and thinking it's cool, so they'll go and get that tattoo that day and they're pretty much gonna regret that, i think, in my eyes anyway. i didn't want a screaming mother coming back at me because i tattooed someone's face, do you know what i mean? social attitudes to tattoos are changing with the military,
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for example, easing restrictions on what's visible when in uniform. seen by some as a symbol of rebellion, this is an industry determined to adhere to rules and regulations. john maguire, bbc news, bristol. now it's time for a look at the weather, with ben. bright skies have been in somewhat short supply over the last few days. there's not a lot of brightness and the forecast for the next few days either. what we have, though, as a summer rain and strong winds which could cause travel problems, particularly across england and wales. fans of crowd kissing across the uk at the moment. some outbreaks of rain, with that area of the cloud in the south—west. it will bring meaningful wet and windy weather tonight and tomorrow. as we go through this evening, we will see cloud and outbreaks a patchy being been drifting northwards across many parts of the uk. likely to turn
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misty for a time as well. have you been a strong ones will arrive and an glindon site misba by the end of the neck. i it will be very mild. this contains the reference of what was a tropical storm sebastian. a lot of white lines on the chart. when the ghost of a 40 to 50 moles per hour, may more and exposed places, particularly in the south west of wales. that wet weather continues across england and ross, also turning right across parts of northern ireland. not as much rain for the knot in scotland, but it will be quite windy. a brisk north—easterly wind, and it stays windy throughout the day across some of these western coastal areas. top temperatures, it is going to be well. —— it is going to be mild. we will see some really heavy rain for
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a time across eastern parts of england. on wednesday, that is likely to continue into north—eastern parts of england. again, there could be flooding and distruption with that. that ring also getting into south—east scotland. even away from these areas, there will be outbreaks of rain at times. the best of the dry weather to be found in northern ireland. it is another relatively melted. on thursday, thanks start to change. our low pressure system slides out into the near continent, and then follow the white lines. the isobars all the way up to the north. that is where our air will be coming from from the end of the week. it is going to bring a cold plunge across the uk. temperatures dipping on thursday and particularly friday. but with that, there should be a bit 01:22:43,978 --> 4294966103:13:29,430 more brightness.
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