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hello, you're watching afternoon live i'm rebecca jones. hello, you're watching afternoon live i'm rebecca jones. today at 3. today at 3. the uk's top medical adviser says the uk's top medical adviser says the country is moving the country is moving from containing coronavirus to from containing coronavirus to trying to slow its spread trying to slow its spread as the number of cases here hits 90. as the number of cases here hits 90. by delaying the start of a significant amount of community transmission, and by a variety of other measures we can come hello, you're watching afternoon by delaying the start onto we can push back the point of a significant amount live i'm rebecca jones today at two. of community transmission, in which we have the peak of this epidemic. the uk's top medical adviser says uk airline flybe goes and by a variety into administration, putting 2,000 jobs at risk the country is moving of other measures we can come from containing coronavirus onto we can push back the point to trying to slow its spread and leaving as the number of cases here hits 90. in which we have the peak of this epidemic. uk airline flybe goes into administration, by delaying the start putting 2,000 jobs at risk of a significant amount and leaving thousands of passengers stranded. thousands of passengers stranded. the controversial practice of community transmission, the controversial practice of culling badgers to prevent of culling badgers to prevent the spread of tb in livestock and by a variety the spread of tb in livestock parts of england of other measures we can come is to be phased out. onto we can push back the point coming up on afternoon parts of england is to be phased out. in which we have the peak of this epidemic. coming up on afternoon live all the sport... uk airline flybe goes into administration, putting 2,000 jobs at risk and leaving live all the sport... thousands of passengers stranded. not good use if you want to watch the charity save the children if you were hoping for rugby in rome england forfinal not good use if you want to watch is strongly criticised england for final rugby matches? in a report into its handling next weekend, cancelled his plans, of claims of executives‘ inappropriate englan 66 nations match against england for final rugby matches? england in the six nations against behaviour towards staff. italy in rome has postponed. italy has been postponed after the coming up on afternoon
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coronavirus outbreak in the country. we'd long suspected all other matches going ahead as it ever since the coronavirus outbreak in italy live all the sport. which is the worst affected usual but no clue on when the country in europe. their match against ireland this weekend was called off last week. england's final six nations match tournament will be fitted. more at against italy is postponed due to half past. it has been a stunning today confirmation that the game involving the men, women and coronavirus. the men's, women's and under 20s would all be rescheduled. day across parts of northern no word yet on when that will be. under 20s games will have to be england, northern ireland, scotland yestersday, a decree rescheduled, no word yet on when with sunshine, further south the announced by the italian that might become more details at rain. contrast weather—wise we will prime minister ordered all sports matches this month to be played 2:30pm. lovely scene behind you, behind closed doors. look at that and also france. chris. if you live in southern exceptionally stormy spell of england, it is hard to believe that weather. there was hope the men's and women's some people have skies like these drawings and portraits games could go ahead in rome. of florence nightingale which have been uncovered after 100 years today. massive contrasts in our will go on display for the first weather across the uk, looking at but that hope was quickly time at a special exhibition extinguished with the six nations that and also what has been an at 3.30pm we speak to the assistant director at the museum announcement at lunchtime. exceptional spell of weather. very england face wales at twickenham on saturday that's unaffected and head coach eddiejones says where they will be shown. stormy. more later. their hygeine is always important. we bring people together who disagree, and would never because we've got quite a big squad normally meet, to discuss big issues in our special crossing divides live event. we carry up to 30 players, 25 staff, personal hygiene particularly around food is important. that is something done pretty consistently.
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hello, thanks for your company and welcome to afternoon live. the government's top medical adviser chris whitty says the uk is now trying to slow the spread of coronavirus, as the country is "mainly" in the second phase of its strategy it is looking most likely this hello thanks for your company to deal with the disease. summer, possibly the autumn they and welcome to afternoon live. the government's top medical adviser chris whitty says the uk is now will be rescheduled but all the trying to slow the spread other games going ahead as planned. of coronavirus, as the country the first phase had been is "mainly" in the second phase to try to contain it the second is to attempt to delay of its strategy to deal rates of transmission. as the number of confirmed cases here now stands iama other games going ahead as planned. with the disease. at 90, a senior doctor has warned i am a cricket fan but how can you the first phase had been to try to contain it the second the nhs is not in a position to cope lose a cricket semifinal without a ball being played ? is to attempt to delay if the rate of infection does rates of transmission. as the number of confirmed cases increase rapidly. here now stands at 90, a senior doctor has warned the nhs lose a cricket semifinal without a ball being played? when it gets italy has closed its rained off is the simple answer. is not in a position to cope schools and universities, if the rate of infection and england's six nations rugby match in rome later this month has been called off. that is the rule in both men's and 0ur health correspondent does increase rapidly. women's t20 mac. it rained in sydney this morning. englan's semifinal sophie hutchinson reports. italy has closed its schools and universities, and england's six nations rugby match in rome later this month this is how south korea is fighting against india was abandoned without has been called off. 0ur health correspondent the new coronavirus. against india was abandoned without a ball being bowled. india through it has the largest to the final, england home with no epidemic outside china. in comparison, the number of cases sophie hutchinson reports. in the uk is still very small, sense of irony but the tournament in this is how south korea is fighting but today officials said they were ramping up measures
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the new coronavirus. as part of the next phase aimed it has the largest austria fell victim to a very epidemic outside china. english phenomenon. in comparison the number of cases at delaying the spread here. in the uk is still very small, but today officials said they were ramping up measures as part of the next phase aimed we will get 50% of all the cases over a three—week period, at delaying the spread here. and 95% of the cases over we will get 50% of all the cases a nine—week period if it follows a trajectory we think it is likely to. if they were all spaced out over a three—week period, in the nhs over two or three years, it was the wash—out that knocked them out. that would be easily manageable rain had been forecast, but it's the fact they are and it came to sydney's scg. england's optimistic eyewear making so heavily concentrated. light of their predicament. an hour and a quarter after their semifinal was supposed to start, it was abandoned without a ball being bowled. if they are spread out in the nhs and it was indian fans who were celebrating over two or three years, after their team progressed that would be easily manageable to the final, having but it is the fact they are professor whitty explained won their qualifying group. england paying the price so heavily concentrated. for finishing second in theirs. he explained why slowing why slowing the virus i think it's pretty clear. the virus was important. no team wants to go out he said it would push the peak down was so important. of a tournament without of cases to a later stage he said it would push the peak having the opportunity to play of cases to a later stage, and semifinals and finals are what you play for and get when the nhs would be in a better when the nhs would be in a better judged on, and to probably position to cope. position to cope. it would buy time for scientists it would buy time for scientists not have that moment to better understand the virus, is pretty gutting. to better understand the virus, the icc doesn't schedule reserve and that as the weather gets warmer and that, as the weather infection rates might reduce. gets warmer, days for semifinals in either the prime minister sought infection rates might reduce. the men's or the women's t20 world the prime minister sought cups. to reassure people today and urged to reassure people today, and urged however, questions will be raised them to take simple precautions. them to take simple precautions. about why these matches were played for the overwhelming majority in one of the rainiest of people who get it, months in sydney. this is going to be next up, australia, who,
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like england, had also finished a mild to moderate illness. second in their group, the overwhelming majority and they were hoping and, you know, we're the rain would hold off for their match still at the stage where the single against south africa. of people who get it, best thing we can do, and it did, as the hosts and we'll be like that for a long set their opponents a difficult target which was reduced this is going to be a mild time, is just wash our hands. because of the weather. try as they might, south africa to moderate illness. couldn't get the job done. for the minority of people and, you know, we are still who do become very ill, into a home world cup final! the defending champions at the stage where the single the government has said an extra through to sunday's final. best thing we can do, 5000 intensive care jo currie, bbc news, sydney. beds could be created. and we will be like that for a long time, is just wash our hands. for the minority of people who do become very ill, more in the next hour. the government has said an extra 5000 intensive care beds could be created. but a senior intensive care specialist has told the bbc that but a senior instensive care would not be possible. specialist has told the bbc that would not be possible. the consultant did not want to be the consultant did not want to be named, but it's understood his views now it's time to get some of your named, but it's understood his views are widely held by specialists questions answered on the collapse are widely held by specialists across the country. of the regional airline flybe, join across the country. he said, "there's absolutely no way he said there is no way we can increase the number we can increase the number us of the regional airline flybe, join of icu beds by 5,000. us in the studio as victoria from of icu beds by 5,000. the only way to do that would be the only way to do that would be to shut down all elective surgery to shut down all elective surgery in the country and use operating in the country and use operating theatres to treat people." the travel association and in east theatres to treat people. and he said, "i can absolutely and he said, "i can absolutely guarantee that we will be rationing. london row rebuilding, travel editor guarantee that we will be rationing. it's going to be the major issue." it's going to be major issue." of which. thank you for being with across europe the number across europe the number of cases continues to rise of cases continues to rise, with italy the worst hit,
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with italy the worst hit, now closing all now closing all schools for ten days. us. victoria, a question from schools for ten days. gabriel in southampton who says, i it is not a question of panicking, but taking the necessary measures. have a flight next week booked england's six nations rugby yesterday, what can i do? it will match against italy, it is not a question of panicking, due to take place in rome, is expected to be postponed. and in california the search depend on how you book yourflight. but taking the necessary measures. the first thing i would say, if you is on for more than 2,000 people booked with a travel agent go to and in california the search who'd been on this cruise ship that travel agent to find out after a passenger died whether they have travel insurance. is on for more than 2,000 people who had been on this cruise ship from the infection. after a passenger died slowing down the spread of this virus is now a priority from the infection. for governments across the globe. the other option is if you booked on sophie hutchinson, bbc news. slowing down the spread of this virus is now a priority despite the fears we heard expressed a credit card and the cost of the for governments across the globe. there, ministers say the nhs is well sophie hutchinson, bbc news. prepared for an epidemic. 0ur health correspondent nick triggle has been flight a credit card and the cost of the flight is over £100 you should be looking at the plans. able to climb back on your credit despite the fears we heard expressed card. how do you do that, by the there, ministers say the nhs is well it's likely the number of cases prepared for an epidemic. will continue climbing, possibly for two or three months way? various ways, ring up your 0ur health correspondent nick triggle has been looking at the plans. until it peaks. so how well—prepared is the health service? credit card company, go on their it's likely the number of cases the nhs has quickly put plans will continue climbing, possibly for two or three months in place to deal with the virus. website, quite a simple form to fill until it peaks. so how well—prepared most patients so far have been sent to the five big out. to answer gabriel's question, is the health service? specialist infectious disease depends how you paid for it? hospitals in england. out. to answer gabriel's question, depends how you paid for me out. to answer gabriel's question, depends how you paid for it? if you the nhs has quickly put plans book through a travel agent, they in place to deal with the virus. between them they can care for over might have insurance in place, if most patients so far have been 100 patients at any one time sent to the five big in dedicated isolation facilities. not, booked directly with flybe, you
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specialist infectious disease hospitals in england. between them they can care for over will have to pursue the claim there are also another 25 hospitals 100 patients at any one time across the uk with expertise through your credit card. if the in dedicated isolation facilities. and have started admitting patients. costis through your credit card. if the cost is below £100 your rights are not as strong i am afraid so you those with mild illnesses are being might not be able to pursue a claim told to self—isolate at home. what if there is a surge in cases, though? this week all hospitals in england through credit or debit card were put on an emergency footing and told to prepare for cases. they may need to cut back on other work and have been supplier. told to work up plans to segregate coronavirus patients. there are more than 4,000 intensive care beds in total. i have flights booked those with mild illnesses are being from manchester to newquay injune. told to self—isolate at home. how can i claim a refund? what if there is a surge carole from derbyshire. in cases, though? so, what can we expect? this week all hospitals in england most people infected have a mild were put on an emergency footing and told to prepare for cases. it will depend how the tickets were illness, but one in 20 they may need to cut back booked so the same advice. look at on other work and have been could need critical care. told to work up plans to segregate coronavirus patients. there are more than 4,000 intensive care beds in total. during the swine flu so, what can we expect? pandemic a decade ago, your credit card provider or debit most people infected have a mild 2,500 needed intensive care ca rd your credit card provider or debit but the elderly had some illness, but one in 20 immunity then to that virus. could need critical care. card provider. you are freezing up, they don't with coronavirus, so the numbers needing intensive care could be much higher this time. rory. i will give you a moment. can the nhs cope or will it buckle? during the swine flu there are huge pressures already. pandemic a decade ago, victoria, dean is asking if another 2,500 needed intensive care but the elderly had some it has been the most difficult
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immunity then to that virus. airline will step in to honour they don't with coronavirus, winter for a generation, arguably. nearly one in four patients needing so the numbers needing intensive a bed have waited over care could be much higher this time. existing flybe bookings? 0ne airline can the nhs cope or will it buckle? four hours on trolleys and in corridors this winter. there are huge pressures already. there are significant vacancies, has stepped in and said it will too, with one in 12 posts unfilled. operate 16 routes? loganair, yes, coronavirus looks to test the nhs to the limit, particularly they will not be picking up those when the peak weeks hit. bookings, there have been paid to it has been the most difficult winter for a generation, arguably. nearly one in four patients needing a bed have waited over flybe. in the future if you are able four hours on trolleys and in corridors this winter. to make a comeback you would be able there are significant vacancies, to make a comeback you would be able and at 4.30pm this afternoon we'll to rebook with that company. the too, with one in 12 posts unfilled. have a special programme — coronavirus looks to test the nhs coronavirus explained. other thing i would mention, it is to the limit, particularly what is coronavirus, how can when the peak weeks hit. worth checking if you are flying on you best avoid infection, and what a route that easyjet have offered might happen next? that's at 4.30pm here on bbc news. what they have called rescue fees as well. which is fares for £65 if you you can keep up with the latest developments about the coronavirus the collapse of the regional airline outbreak, the symptoms to watch out can give evidence of your flybe for, how to guard against the virus flybe has left thousands and what it means for you, booking, they said they will offer you a return fight as well but that on the bbc news app of passengers hoping to fly and on our website. from uk airports stranded. will very much depend on whether or customers hoping to travel have been told not to go to the the collapse of the regional airline not easyj et airport unless they've arranged an alternative flight. will very much depend on whether or not easyjet cover the roots, and the airline went into administration obviously not many domestic routes. flybe has left thousands last night, after a fresh bid for financial support failed. of passengers hoping to fly it puts the jobs of 2,000 staff from uk airports stranded.
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customers hoping to travel have been told not to go to the at risk, and could have major airport unless they've arranged consequences for some regional neil says he has had a flight airports, delay claim with flybe an alternative flight. since may last year. he asks if there's any chance where the majority of flights are run by flybe. of getting a settlement. more on the impact on specific regions in his flight was delayed, he made a a moment, but first here's our crime. that does not sound promising. flybe have gone into correspondent charlotte rose. administration, they are under the more on the impact control of the administrators, it is on specific regions in this flybe flight may have unlikely he will be able to get any a moment, but first here's our money back in that situation. correspondent charlotte rose. been the last to land. unlikely he will be able to get any money back in that situationlj the airline's collapse last night don't know if you will know but i means all flights are now grounded, with the loss of 2,000 jobs. when did you first hear? this flybe flight may have early hours of the morning. been the last to land. will quite a shock? yeah. the airline's collapse last night means all flights are now grounded, yeah, i thought that we'd be saved, but not this time. ask you, with the loss of 2,000 jobs. sorry. stuart from stratford upon avon when did you first hear? says: i booked with flybe 0utbound passengers have been warned to go from birmingham early hours of the morning. to jersey. quite a shock? yeah. the same flights are now not to come to the airport, offered by virgin atlantic yeah, i thought that we'd be ‘operated by flybe'. what does this mean? saved, but not this time. as flights will not be departing, sorry. but for some this morning
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0utbound passengers have been warned that news came too late. flybe had code share arrangement. we can't fly from here, flybe had code share arrangementm there are no other airlines not to come to the airport, depends who he booked with. if with from here that will fly to jersey, as flights will not be departing, so you are looking at options but for some this morning like ferries or essentially that news came too late. a different airport, but with jersey there isn't we can't fly from here, really that many options. flybe, apply for a refund. if virgin there are no other airlines i've booked to go to australia, via 0podo, with singapore airlines, from here that will fly to jersey, but unfortunately part atla ntic flybe, apply for a refund. if virgin atlantic or any other airline, go to so you are looking at options of the journey was with flybe. and being as they've gone the airline initially and have a like ferries or essentially into administration, a different airport, the whole trip is up in arms. conversation with that airline, so but with jersey there isn't it is not entirely clear who the unlike with the collapse really that many options. original booking was with but it's i've booked to go to australia, of other operators like via 0podo, with singapore airlines, monarch airlines and thomas cook, the civil aviation authority but unfortunately part is not putting on flights not —— my if it's not flybe, start of the journey was with flybe. to bring people home. and being as they've gone with the airline. rory, victoria was into administration, flybe transported 8 million the whole trip is up in arms. unlike with the collapse passengers last year, on 119 routes. of other operators like for those now stuck abroad, just talking about so—called culture monarch airlines and thomas cook, other airlines may step the civil aviation authority in to help passengers return. partners. we have a question from is not putting on flights peter who says, i have booked to bring people home. all train companies say flybe transported 8 million that they will provide free passengers last year, on 119 routes. through the code share partner air for those now stuck abroad, transport for flybe ticket holders. france, will they issue the refund? other airlines may step in to help passengers return. people with future flights are being urged to contact their travel agents all train companies say or their debit or credit card that they will provide free transport for flybe ticket holders. company to check how they can claim money back. yes, good news if you have put through a culture... if you have flybe ran into financial trouble in february last year.
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people with future flights are being at the start of this year, they urged to contact their travel agents asked the government for assistance. booked through air france it still or their debit or credit card ministers said they would help, company to check how and looked at delaying needs to get you where you... we air passenger duty payments they can claim money back. from the firm. flybe ran into financial trouble but now the company says the impact in february last year. of coronavirus on upcoming bookings at the start of this year, they asked the government for assistance. has made its future unviable, will have to leave it there, rory. and already the blame ministers said they would help, game has begun. we have had most of those questions and looked at delaying air passenger duty payments from the firm. answered. thank you both. but now the company says the impact unions say the government could and should have done more. of coronavirus on upcoming bookings i think for the government to allow has made its future unviable, an airline of this significance and already the blame to collapse in these circumstances game has begun. is its first real test unions say the government of going from campaigning could and should have done more. to the realities of government, i think for the government to allow and it's a real test the readers of turkey and russia an airline of this significance of its levelling up agenda, there it is hoped there will be a to collapse in these circumstances so we will be asking some searching is its first real test questions about why this has of going from campaigning happened so quickly find what this to the realities of government, and it's a real test means for the communities, rapid ceasefire and our members, directly. of its levelling up agenda, so we will be asking some searching questions about why this has happened so quickly find what this means for the communities, but ministers say it is down and our members, directly. to factors beyond their control. flybe has had a challenging year in terms of its financial performance, with a decline in bookings and but ministers say it is down increased competition. levelling up connectivity across our to factors beyond their control. regions and nations is a top priority for this government. thought it diplomacy in a distant capital, flybe has had a challenging year fresh carnage here.
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in terms of its financial fleeing civilians, among the million displaced in three months, had performance, with a decline some regional airports say they've sought shelter in this chicken farm. in bookings and already had other operators express increased competition. an interest in taking over flybe routes. last night, while they slept, it was hit twice. levelling up connectivity across our but, for passengers facing rebel sources say chaos today, such offers it was a russian jet. regions and nations is a top will come too late. more than a dozen people died, priority for this government. charlotte rose, bbc news. including women and children. some regional airports say they've already had other operators express until now, i don't know an interest in taking over anything about my family. my father survived his initial flybe routes. injuries, but the warplanes but, for passengers facing chaos today, such offers 0ne airport which has already been will come too late. hard hit by the collapse returned and hit us again. charlotte rose, bbc news. of flybe is southampton, he died. where 95% of flights there he is. were operated by the company. now there is just my mum, duncan kennedy reports. my sister and my brother, 0ne airport which has already been and they still haven't been able hard hit by the collapse to retrieve them from the rubble. of flybe is southampton, where hours later, and the turkish 95% of flights were for 2 million passengers, leader arrived in moscow, operated by the company. southampton airport is flybe. determined to drive a hard bargain. duncan kennedy reports. not any more. his army is now heavily nine in ten flights through here involved in the fighting. he has lost more than 50 were with the airline, but some passengers who hadn't heard soldiers in a month. for 2 million passengers, he can't afford to come southampton airport is flybe. the closure news turned up anyway. home empty—handed. both leaders have a lot not any more. so, we got a flight out, at stake in idlib. vladimir putin supports syria's president, basharal—assad, but doesn't want a direct nine in ten flights through here but then when we checked, confrontation with turkey. were with the airline. some passengers who hadn't heard the flight home is with flybe, president erdogan doesn't want a confrontation, either, but he fears a fresh influx so we're going to go tojersey the closure news turned up anyway. and then be stuck there. of refugees on top of the a million it's a sad day. i used to fly myself, in his country already hosts. so, we've got a flight out, but then when we checked the flight so i was crew, and you see so many
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home is with flybe, there is talk of a new ceasefire, so we were going to go tojersey, airlines come and go, and it'sjust a sad society. but russia, who has forces and then be stuck there. the airport employs 1,000 people, on the ground in key areas once it's just a sad day again. i used to fly myself, 200 of whom are with flybe. agreed to the regime giving up so i was crew, and you see so many the mood at a staff meeting all its recent gains. with management today mr putin also wants turkey airlines come and go, was said to be raw. to disband the main rebel and it'sjust a sad sight. and this airport has another group, which it regards the airport employs 1,000 people, really current dilemma. 0n the one hand it says it 200 of whom are with flybe. the mood at a staff meeting could survive if it was allowed as a terrorist organisation. with management today was said to be raw. to extend the runway, which would allowjets to take off it should have happened under and this airport has another with more passengers, so making it the terms of an earlier agreement. really current dilemma. 0n the one hand it says it more economically viable. it is hard to see it happening now. but on the other, environmental could survive if it was allowed 0n turkey's other border, more uncertainty about the fate campaigners have objected of migrants and refugees encouraged to extend the runway, which would allowjets to take off to the lengthening of the runway to leave for europe, and yesterday with more passengers, so making it tear gassed by greek police. more economically viable. because they say that but on the other, environmental will mean more passengers, having bussed them to the border, campaigners have objected more jets and more co2 emissions. turkey says it won't let them back, to the lengthening of the runway flybe and its previous incarnations and is deploying a thousand special because they say that have been at southampton police to stop them. for around 40 years. they are trapped. will mean more passengers, the council says the government paul adams, bbc news, turkey. can't simply ignore more jets and more co2 emissions. regional airports. southampton airport is very flybe and its previous incarnations heavily dependent on flybe. have been at southampton it has been for years. for around a0 years. so government may need to step in to give the airport some the council says the government support to keep going. can't simply ignore regional connectivity really matters. regional airports. that's not often understood by london politicians. southampton airport is very they share that view heavily dependent on flybe. it has been for years. about connectivity at so government may need to step belfast city airport, where 80% of flights
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were with flybe. the uk's top medical adviser says in to give the airport some support to keep going. the country is moving regional connectivity we are an island off an island, from containing coronavirus to really matters. that's not often understood trying to slow its spread so hs2 and such don't help us, as the number of cases here hits 90. by london politicians. they share that view so it's vitally important uk airline flybe goes that we quickly re—establish into administration, putting 2,000 jobs at risk about connectivity at that connectivity. and leaving belfast city airport, thousands of passengers stranded. where 80% of flights were with flybe. back at southampton today, we are an island off an island, the airport's anti—stress dogs switched from helping nervous so hs2 and such don't help us, passengers to easing so it's vitally important the concerns of staff. that we quickly re—establish that connectivity. around a dozen took advantage at what is this most uncertain of times. back at southampton today, the airport's anti—stress dogs switched from helping nervous duncan kennedy, bbc save the children heavily criticised passengers to easing news, southampton. the concerns of staff. let's speak now tojonathan hinkles over its response to harassment in glasgow airport, he's the ceo of loganair. around a dozen took advantage among staff. at what is this most uncertain of times. duncan kennedy, bbc here's your business headlines on afternoon live... uk airline flybe has gone into administration, i understand is by volume the fourth putting 2,000 jobs at risk, after a bid forfresh news, southampton. financial support failed. largest airline in the uk. thanks the carrier said the impact of the coronavirus outbreak for joining on demand for air travel was partly largest airline in the uk. thanks forjoining us on bbc news, i wanted we will hear from our correspondence to blame for its collapse. to ask first about your reaction to its website now advises customers in belfast, edinburgh and cardiff. i to "not travel to the airport" the news of the of flybe. unless they have arranged an alternative flight. john lewis has warned it could close shops as a plunge in profits forced it to cut staff am at the airport in exeter, an tremendously sad for the aviation industry and particularly for the bonuses to their lowest
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important link for people and level in almost 70 years. the retailer, which also owns businesses in the south—west. flybe 2000 staff members in flybe, our waitrose, has launched hearts go out to them, a position a review of the business which it based here. economies have courted a said would involve "right sizing" nobody would wish to wake up and its stores across both brands. find themselves in. we have launched hammer blow for the economy. when in the case of a pandemic, it is a recruitment campaign for 100 said that it is well set up to you look at the departure board, you support chains and partners. additional pilots, engineers and see the impact of all the coins cabin crew to join the uk will miss its goal of net additional pilots, engineers and being grounded, a sea of red as they cabin crew tojoin loganair and we hope that will in some way support a zero carbon by 2050 unless it finds a way to finance nuclear power we re being grounded, a sea of red as they were all cancelled. few flights out number of those people but i think stations, the nuclear of exeter today at all. not many industry has said. the industry sent a confidential the overwhelming sadness today has letter to chancellor rishi sunak to be for them and what it means for staff hanging around the airport but which has been seen by the bbc. we have managed to speak to some. them and their families. what has the letter was prompted by fears gone wrong? i think a difficult that the government will use next cabin crew i spoke to were very week's budget to ditch a plan to pay upset and said all the staff were for new plants through a levy on energy bills. situation was probably made very sad and feeling uncertain at impossible by the onset of this time. we have also been coronavirus in recent weeks. we have speaking to exeter airport's seen bookings drop around ten to 15% managing director, he said there we are talking about coronavirus. we did see the markets plunge when news have been discussions with other airlines about potentially taking in ourown seen bookings drop around ten to 15% first came out about it spreading over some of the many routes flybe in our own network. if your already the impact. how are they doing now? leaves viking here but it remains to it has been a tumultuous time for be seen whether all of those can facing challenges before something markets over the last couple of continue in the future. george weeks and again today we see like that comes along and makes it european shares had lower and impossible to navigate out of the despite efforts by central banks
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passed city airport, the flybe desk over the last week to try and shore situation. from loganair to four perspective we have seen there is an up over the last week to try and shore spangly are empty but usually busy up the markets. it does not have seem to have worked. here in uk, we opportunity there to maintain because the airline has operated 14 have seen stocks slump and profit of this airport. 80% of all the regional connectivity by announcing 16 roots formally flown by the flybe warnings and airline stocks are today, we have done that, they are particularly badly hit. the owners scheduled flights flying 1.6 million on sale and some flybe will be passengers every year. the loss of booking with us since those went on this is particularly... both of british airways and easyjet are having a torrid time of it today. sale an hour or so. flybe flew 8 the insurance companies have geographically and politically. the actually received a bit of a boost. million people a year, a fight took economy minister said maintaining we also had news from goldman sachs air connectivity between northern off every two minutes and wondered and deutsche bank painting ireland and great britain is similarly. although clearly what you absolutely vital and sinn fein have pessimistic outlook for uk economy. have done is a help, it is a drop in said this loss is devastating for the ocean, really? in terms of they have a warning that we will be businesses, the economy and of course for commuters. many people commute to other parts of the uk pushed into another recession. the regional uk connectivity we have ftse100 has had a fall of 1.75%. every week. students, 17,000 focused on the likes of aberdeen to northern irish students studying that is despite the surge that we manchester, aberdeen to birmingham, saw on wall street yesterday with right across the uk, some in places glasgow to southampton, edinburgh to exeter. those kind of roots you were joe biden search. we have seen that are only served by air, by talking about in the report are where we are focusing. a lot of flybe. 0verall, hugely damaging for stocks go down this morning with the flybe's routes went to london city, dow at 2%. it has been a bit of a
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northern ireland where other viable heathrow, into the continent, transport options are really not amsterdam, dusseldorf and places roller—coaster. lawrence gosling is available. the ceo of belfast city like that. it is about keeping the an editorial director and he joins airport said the roots here are all me now. what is your take on what is uk moving and responding well with profitable and strong and expect some good news in the next few days the connectivity that the uk needs going on now? let's not here in and that is really where our focus europe before moving to the us. or even sooner for some good news in the next few days or even soonerfor all the some good news in the next few days or even sooner for all the people is. keeping the uk moving in the air that use at work here at belfast going on now? let's not here in europe before moving to the use city airport. inside the terminal think again we have seen the is. keeping the uk moving in the air is interesting because it does make me wonder if aviation growth is situation in italy which is of a severely hit european country and as actually compatible with meeting our he said in the intro, the number of building here at edinburgh starfrom the administrators are sitting at environmental targets. there is a cases reported in the uk is slowly the administrators are sitting at the check—in desk giving advice to problem there, isn't there? the flybe customers —— flybe customers a taking up albeit 90 is not as such whole aviation industry has a job to sign of how quick it has been, these do but the whole transport economy has a job to do. if you look at the —— significant as it is in italy. what we're seeing is many parts of signs on the woes behind them have vast majority of roots that loganair already been painted over. the desks the economy desperately uncertain of have been eerily quiet this morning. files within the highlands and what the impact, if any coronavirus the advice to passengers was to not islands of scotland aviation is actually the least carbon damaging travel to the airport and the vast will have on their business. the method of transport. the carbon majority have taken the advice. as reports of the results this morning we re very emissions from a flight between reports of the results this morning were very good and it said that far as wider impact, scotland's edinburgh and the 0rkney there have been no impact on their emissions from a flight between edinburgh and the orkney islands are transport secretary described flybe around nine times lower than driving business so far, but again, we are as essential to tourism. full from to aberdeen and taking your car on the ferry. the whole transport only really a week into a sector, not just significant number of reporting is a the ferry. the whole transport sector, notjust aviation, has a job all four major airports, and to do around its environmental people with coronavirus in uk.
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aberdeen a third of the business performance. we have done a lot of indeed, we are always saying that accounting for. a third of the staff what markets eight is uncertainty. work on that, more to come. the in scotland being affected in we don't know the true impact of scott... looking coronavirus, but what we do know is in scotland being affected in looking at the carrier loganair roots we take over will all be the taking over some of the roots. the most environmentally impatient you can get on the murky —— my efficient that the airline industry has been heavily hit. according to the ra i lwa ys taking over some of the roots. the railways offers one solution for people to get to where they are you can get on the murky. transport association, at least 60 going to, east coast and west coast and we'll be answering your billion us dollars of revenue have questions on the flybe collapse been wiped out. airline stocks are at 3.30 this afternoon, and what it might mean for you, suffering both here and in the lines offering free transport for for example if you've booked states. as we saw, the dow opening a flight, here on bbc news. flybe customers if they can show the do send them into us by tweeting to the hash tag is down 2% and it looks like the ticket. looking at what this means bbc your questions or email yourquestions@bbc. co. uk. that's coming up in for connecting wales to parts of the demented and all those other factors uk and europe. flying to edinburgh, around 15 minutes' time. have worn off including those by the federal reserve. it is intriguing belfast, and places like paris. around a quarter of all the you're watching afternoon live, that the federal reserve decided to passengers who flew from cardiff these are our headlines... last year were on flybe flights. the the uk's top medical adviser says the country is moving cut interest rates so early in the from containing coronavirus cycle and the cycle of dealing with very last flybe flight landed from to trying to slow its spread as the number of cases here hits 90. coronavirus. it suggests that there is something else out there in the us economy that they are nervous dublin last night. not too many people turning up at the airport, about an effective corona might uk airline flybe goes
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into administration, really push things back further in putting 2,000 jobs at risk the us. today, the us has been quite the attention now to how to get and leaving thousands of passengers stranded. people back in the air in the next year. there is an offer to use the charity save the children strong. it is kind of here in the is strongly criticised in a report into its handling of claims uk, as you pointed out that goldman of executives' inappropriate behaviour towards staff. transport for wales trains but that will not help if you were going to sachs and deutsche bank are painting jersey. a welsh labour government, a reasonably gloomy picture although they can't really model how so the taxpayer has a stake in if coronavirus is going to have an and in sport, england's final this remains viable, the airport. impact on the economy. probably in 6—nation match against italy is the secretary of state says the us and other places, it will, by conversations are ongoing about getting other companies in here but cancelled. all of the gains are half to 1% over the next year. flybe that may need incentives, especially going to head apart from their men's has been our top story order today. if it needs bigger aircraft than and the under 20s. in cricket, it is it has gone into administration. not a good day for the england team were you waiting for that to happen? flybe. as they are kicked. andy murray will i think once the impact the and we'll be answering your questions on the flybe collapse coronavirus began to be felt, and if we look back to chan to the match i at 3.30pm this afternoon, be returning to action. he has not here on bbc news. do send them into us by tweeting to the hash tag played since november. i will have bbc your questions or email the full round out the match up at -- china yourquestions@bbc. co. uk. we look back to chan to the match i —— china where it originated, that's coming up just after 3.30pm. domestic flights dropped and so if we look at a domestic line like 3:30pm. flybe, we were sort of teetering on
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a report has been published into the the edge anyway and it was almost you're watching afternoon live, these are our headlines... inevitably going to go under and failings allowed a man to conduct a evenif the uk's top medical adviser says inevitably going to go under and even if the government felt it was the country is moving series of rapes and assaults last going to be able to support it from containing coronavirus to trying to slow its spread year. he carried out a string of sex as the number of cases here hits 90. financially, we have only got three uk airline flybe goes into administration, putting 2,000 jobs at risk attacks on women and children. his or four weeks of the coronavirus and leaving thousands situation to play out in the of passengers stranded. country. many thank's. see you in an victims include a 71—year—old women and a child. authorities failed to the charity save the children is strongly criticised in a report redden to the —— realise that he had into its handling of claims of executives' inappropriate behaviour towards staff. hour. i wanted to bring you some not been incarcerated. let's speak to our home affairs correspondent. news of the us senator elizabeth this report has been published in the last hour, what does it say? warren and how she has stepped down in sports, with the coronavirus this report has been published in the last hour, what does it sawm isa for the standing of the democratic outbreak in the country, the six the last hour, what does it sawm is a shocking report because there nomination for the us presidential nations have postponed italy's final we re is a shocking report because there were a series of blunders and election. she was seen at one point failures that meant thatjoseph matches in the men's, women's and asa election. she was seen at one point as a top democratic contender for under 20s tournament against the election in november, she stood mccann was on the streets when he on anti—corruption the election in november, she stood on anti—corru ption platform the election in november, she stood england. 0ther on anti—corruption platform and she should not have been. there was had all sorts of different policy under 20s tournament against england. other matches going ahead. the women were knocked out of the evidence that he was operating. that brick proposals. but according to t20 mac world cup without a ball the new york times, she has ended
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being bowled after rain. eric tai information was shared in 2011 and her campaign today. this comes in the week thatjoe biden took control ran into the stands to confront a according to this report, joseph over the race for the democratic mccann posed a risk of sexual fan presidential nomination after the ran into the stands to confront a fa n after ran into the stands to confront a fan after the defeat to norwich for totte n ha m. behaviour to teenage girls. the super tuesday primary elections. as fan after the defeat to norwich for isaid, super tuesday primary elections. as i said, elizabeth warren, the us tottenham. —— dier. there are letter was sent to the present was senator has ended her campaign to be holden at the time. some of this... investigations, allegedly his family and himself were insulted. the democratic contender for the white house in november and that is it goes only say that some of this according to the new york times. a report has been published was not taken into account when now, he is known as one of decisions are made as to whether we into the failings which allowed manchester united's best players, a man to commit a series should be released to what possible of but now marcus rashford has swapped risk he posed. that was a failing football training for sign language when it came to light. the other key lessons as he takes on a new failing is that as the report says, challenge of the pitch. in honour of world book day he isjudging brendan cox, husband ofjo cox, challenge of the pitch. in honour of world book day he is judging the competition for children with they've failed to recognise him. hearing loss and it all came about and... the entire charitable sector after a front row to be letter —— when he was sentenced for burglary, was rocked two years ago following he should have been subject to the wrote in a letter asking him to do revelations 0xfam staff had pa role he should have been subject to the parole board and it should have been the parole board decided whether he used prostitutes in the aftermath of it.
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was released again and instead he the 2010 haiti earthquake. save the automatically released at the children was not implicated in that halfway point of a sentence. what but still suffered reputational the report shows is that there were he very recently posted a picture of damage due to its workplace culture yourself reading. no yes. it was eight occasions when recall was in london. two executives, justin forsyth here in the left and brendan considered. court and prison staff cox on the right allegedly behaved probably a mixed response because inappropriately to female staff we re considered. court and prison staff were both saying to probation that members. in 2015, they were allowed people didn't know that i enjoyed you should be recalling this guy, you should be recalling this guy, reading. the children who have you should be looking at the recall to move to otherjobs outside the process and he should be in prison entered this competition have charity without facing formal until the parole board are happy varying degrees of hearing loss. that he should be released. eight some of them are profoundly deaf. sanctions. 0nce charity without facing formal times that happened. eight times sanctions. once an interruption to a where they did not take action. when what are you hoping to see in their it was happened and there was a poems? what do you want to see from further occasion where he was them? for me, iwant poems? what do you want to see from recalled to prison because he them? for me, i want to be able to understand and have a little insight government conference. she worked at breached the terms is licensed, save the children at times and opportunity was also missed. what concern. bullying was right. it was on what each individual is like and clear it was coming from people at will happen next? there will be so for me, if you can get your the top. where do you go to where it personality across by writing a poem is the senior staff setting the another review and there will also then that is good so that is what i direction of everyone's behaviour. be hearing later this month to determine whetherjoseph mccann, who am looking for. i have to say, do
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when it turned into inappropriate was given a minimum of 30 years, you remember the boy wrote to you? sexual behaviour, there was nowhere this is his poem here. i have read to go. the watchdog said -- it was whether he was sentence onjulie leniently and whether he should be about ——i given a tougher sentence or not. —— this is his poem here. i have read about —— i have read this but i know not reported properly to the you haven't had a chance. he has written about my family —— his watchdog, and not flagged up that mr unduly. an investigation -- forsyth was implicated. a number of family and he has put some pictures on it. fish and chips, xbox, women complained about inappropriate an investigation into the charity fireworks in venice. that is pretty behaviour of leaving them feeling save the children by children investigation —— by creative, isn't it? yes, it is. my uncomfortable and that is why we say the charity commission over claims of sexual harassment has found these findings and allegations serious failings in the way it handled the allegations, should have been investigated which involved two senior executives mummy is happy, my daddy is big. the properly. today's save the children between 2012 and 2015. the former chief executive, we re justin forsyth, and the policy properly. today's save the children were keen to stress they are ashamed director, brendan cox, to what happened. we fully accept who was the husband of the murdered mp, jo cox, were both at the centre good thing about this as there is no of harassment complaints. sense of awkwardness... the findings of the report. we have naomi grimley reports. good thing about this as there is no sense of awkwardness. . ij good thing about this as there is no the entire charitable sector sense of awkwardness... i was found was rocked two years ago that in school. when you are that following revelations that 0xfam done a lot of work since then to put staff had used prostitutes in the aftermath of age, sometimes same things as difficult so it is a lot easier to in place much, much stronger the 2010 haiti earthquake. write it down and let the emotional systems, work on the values and save the children wasn't implicated behaviours that underpin our organisation was that we are not in that, but it still suffered side out of you. one of the things reputational damage due complacent, we need to keep working on this but are very committed to do that you are definitely going to to its workplace culture in london. have to learn in the next couple of so. the sexual harassment scandal weeks in sign language. yes. are you here at the london offices of save two executives, justin forsyth, the children because they much loved here on the left, and brendan cox,
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on the right, allegedly behaved brand a great deal of reputational inappropriately to damage. it also cost it a lot of female staff members. ready? yes. what we are going to do money as it promised not to bid for but, in 2015, they were then allowed government funds until it had put to move on to otherjobs outside is start with good morning because its own house in order. save the the charity without facing hopefully you're going to give the children now wants to move on but prizes to three winners. what do you any formal sanctions. think the sign for gooders? you are there are still calls for the current chief executive to resign as alexia pepper de caires once interrupted a government conference on safeguarding in the aid sector, natural. morning is a bit like a sign that the charity has probably arguing that it still had a long way learnt its lesson. naomi grimley, to go reforming itself. blessing yourself. so... good bbc news. she worked at save the children morning. an footballer? this is the leaders of turkey and russia at the time, and raised concerns. are holding talks in moscow to try to ease tensions over bullying was rife, and it was very clear it was coming from the people the civil war in syria. turkey, which is backing anti at the top, so where do you go running. thank you very much and we to in an organisation where it's the senior staff setting the direction syrian government rebels, is hoping for everyone's behaviour? will hopefully see you soon because and when the behaviour has turned into inappropriate sexual behaviour, you have got some work to do. plenty there was also nowhere for us to go. of homework. sally nugent there to agree a rapid ceasefire in idlib, in the north west where they are trying to push back the charity commission says syrian government forces, save the children acted poorly talking to marcus rashford. let's which are supported by russia. by not reporting the allegations fully to the watchdog, paul adams has sent this report especially not flagging get the weather with chris fox. i from the turkish syrian border. up that its then ceo, diplomacy in a distant capital, mr forsyth, was implicated. fresh carnage here. fleeing civilians, among the million displaced in three months, had
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sought shelter in this chicken farm. the women who made complaints, think it is fair to say that we have and there were a number of them, last night, while they slept, complained about inappropriate it was hit twice. behaviour that left them enormous contrast across the rebel sources say feeling uncomfortable, and that's why we say that these country. northern ireland, england it was a russian jet. findings and allegations should have more than a dozen people died, and scotland are drought —— drab been investigated properly. including women and children. today at the save the children until now, i don't know offices, they're keen to stress anything about my family. that they are ashamed conditions. this is a long way in my father survived his initial of what happened. injuries, but the warplanes we fully accept the findings from the english channel and has returned and hit us again. of the charity commission report. even reached parts of suffolk. he died. there he is. we are sorry for what these women went through. eventually that rain band will be we got it wrong. clearing out the way, but it will we've done lots of work since then drag its heels somewhat. by and to put in place much stronger now there is just my mum, systems to work on the values my sister and my brother, and behaviours that underpin the organisation. and they still haven't been able to retrieve them from the rubble. hours later, and the turkish we're not complacent, large, it is a decent enter the day. leader arrived in moscow, we need to keep working on this, 0vernight, the skies were clear and determined to drive a hard bargain. but we are very committed to do so. the wind will be all night, it would his army is now heavily the sexual harassment scandal involved in the fighting. here at the london offices he has lost more than 50 of save the children caused a much—loved brand a great deal soldiers in a month. of reputational damage. bea the wind will be all night, it would be a cold night. they could be a few he can't afford to come mist and fog patches around as well it also cost it a lot of money, to start the day on friday. friday, home empty—handed. as it promised not to bid both leaders have a lot at stake in idlib. for government funds until it had other than being a cold and frosty vladimir putin supports syria's president, basharal—assad, but doesn't want a direct confrontation with turkey. put its own house in order. president erdogan doesn't want start... we have this band of cloud a confrontation, either, save the children now wants to move but he fears a fresh influx
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on, but there are still calls and showers that will be pushing of refugees on top of the 4 million into out the day. showers will be for the current chief executive in his country already hosts. to resign as a sign the charity has properly learned its lesson. naomi grimley, bbc news. there is talk of a new ceasefire, widespread and pushing eastwards with time. northern ireland will but russia, who has forces on the ground in key areas once probably have the best of the day is agreed to the regime giving up all its recent gains. sunshine, or certainly as we head mr putin also wants turkey into the afternoon in any case. for to disband the main rebel the weekend weather, we have low group, which it regards the scottish airline loganair has pressure. it will turn windier on as a terrorist organisation. said it is taking on 16 boots from saturday and we have some rain on the way as well. the taps have not its collapsed rival flybe in the it should have happened under next few months. it says there will the terms of an earlier agreement. been turned off just the way as well. the taps have not been turned offjust yet. as the it is hard to see it happening now. band of rain pushes through, the be nearly 400 extra flights each 0n turkey's other border, more uncertainty about the fate week from aberdeen, glasgow, second half of the weekend we will of migrants and refugees encouraged edinburgh, inverness and other have cooler temperatures given the to leave for europe, and yesterday locations. flybe collapsed overnight strength of the winds. for eastern tear gassed by greek police. putting 2000 jobs over risks. i am scotla nd strength of the winds. for eastern having bussed them to the border, scotland and england it will be joined by the general secretary of bright, with outbreaks of rain in turkey says it won't let them back, western areas. this will be heaviest and is deploying a thousand special the british airline pilots police to stop them. they are trapped. association, or balpa which paul adams, bbc news, turkey. over western scotland and northern represents around 10,000 british ireland into cumbria as well. temperatures will be slow to rise time for a look at the weather. pilots. i wondered what your but will eventually reach 10 reaction was to the news of flybe's degrees. that band of rain sweeps colla pse reaction was to the news of flybe's collapse and what the impact on
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some of us are cheesed off at the pilots will be. we were absolutely eastwards overnight, slowly clearing away from eastern england on sunday weather here at the moment. am may and then we will have blustery write given i was listening to what conditions and we will all see you said there it is worse in devastated to hear the news overnight that flybe had gone into sunshine, but there will also be france? it is different. february scattered showers. they will not be was characterised by the wettest in one place given the strength of month we have ever seen for february administration. we had serious the winds, but the wind will make it feel on the cool side. thoughts for our members and all the staff in flybe who heard the news in our records. in france, an probably by the media first thing incredible run of storms. this is this morning. all they had was an just in the last week or so. storm e—mailfrom the this morning. all they had was an e—mail from the administrations service telling them that they were redundant with no other information after storm, the first was the strongest if my french serves me at all. we are picking up the pieces right. it has been a long time since of that. we are in touch with all the pilots at flybe telling them gcse. i think that is a corsica what their rights are and what they can do and them support. did your storm, top gusts of 120 mph, incredibly powerful. all of these members see this coming? it seems to turnarounds would have been quite bea members see this coming? it seems to be a big change that only six weeks unfamiliar to us because these are ago the government was promising a rescue package. there was a couple the functional names made by the french authorities. not in of things really. flybe has had a chequered history. a year ago it was bought out by a consortium of virgin alphabetical order. no, indeed. i don't know why that is. the only
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and other private equity firms. in january, there was rush of stone we might recognise isjorge. confidence. then the government stepped in and said that they bail them out and then numerous ministers the french authorities have been said that flybe would be fined and that they would put a package keeping tabs on the sequences since together for them and that did not the 1980s in the last a0 years they materialise. the government seems to recognise this is unprecedented, the have done a u—turn on a commitment number of storms in the quakes and has walked away from the flybe ignition —— quick succession. why? airline and the workforce and that the jet stream makes the storms. you is why it went into administration. can see the succession rattling in it isa is why it went into administration. it is a terrible, terrible shame. is why it went into administration. it is a terrible, terrible shamelj suppose some might say that it is not the role of the government to hello, you're watching off the atlantic. further south than afternoon live. bail out failing businesses. we have today at a. not got much time, i do want to ask normal, steering and toward france, the uk's top medical adviser says either in terms of coronavirus which the country is moving one of the other factors, the whole from containing coronavirus reason the wind blows anyway is is being described as the short to trying to slow its spread as the number of cases here hits 90. straw that broke the camel's back between low with flybe, what are you hearing by delaying the start about the impact on other airlines of a significant amount
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of community transmission, normal to of the potential impact? festival, much higher pressure than normal to the south across parts of spain and the worldwide impact of coronavirus and by a variety of other measures portugal. that has kind of squeeze the pressure gradient together and on the aviation industry is we can come onto, we can push back made the stronger winds more the point in which we have the peak suspected to be a loss of £90 of this epidemic. uk airline flybe goes powerful than they would have been into administration, putting 2,000 jobs at risk otherwise without strong pressure to and leaving thousands million. that is a huge impact on of passengers stranded. allegations of abduction the south. rain earlier, is that the and serious physical abuse made the aviation industry. uk airlines are acting quickly. they are acting a report published into the failings which allowed joseph mccann to commit a series of abductions picture across the whole country? and rapes has found he was freed no, massive contrast, in the north from prison in error. we have some stunning sunshine. by offering special discounts and coming up on afternoon make it easier for customers to live all the sport... similar scenes in northern ireland switch bookings to give them more and scotland but in the south a drab confidence to book. they are also good afternoon. could be one of the old day. call, outbreaks of rain, longest six nations tournaments for chilly wind. it is still running. a while as the england italy game is trying to control their costs, the band of rain has pushed further postponed. both men's and women's north than we were initially telling pilots to take pay freezes matches will need to be rescheduled. thinking, all the way into suffolk all other matches are going ahead as and eventually pulling south and or take to take unpaid leave. very east woods but dragging its heels so more rain to come. still with the normal. cold wind is feeding in. what of dry good to talk to you. thank you very we have some massive contrasts in weather, some isolated showers for much. our weather at the moment. some of us time for a look at the weather.
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western scotland. 0vernight, as the have sparkling skies like these, sky is clear across a fairly wide others it has been cloudy, wet and area of the uk, temperatures will that is a stormy scene behind you. windy. i will look at those contrasts and the all—important dive, frost will develop. the frost forecast for the next few days more southwards than recent nights. including the weekend ahead. yes, it is in france. it is a reaching central, southern england, succession of storms that has been coming through full stop in the and coming up at 4.30 ee'll space of a week, we have had six have a special programme. midlands. quite cloudy thought about coronavirus explained. friday starts off bright in storms. you asked me why they are scotland, england and wales. showers not in alphabetical order. they are could become frequent into the in alphabetical order in a way. some afternoon, swinging eastwards with time. northern ireland will brighten of the countries might have named the storm that affected france and up time. northern ireland will brighten up at the same time, best of the so that accounts why these are just afternoon sunshine probably. slightly out of order, but it is temperature 7—11dc. the weekend, we more complicated than that. there hello and welcome to afternoon live. are two blocks of european countries that named the storm. there is one the government's top medical adviser continue the unsettled weather pattern. you might not be surprised chris whitty says the uk is now that named the storm. there is one thatis that named the storm. there is one that is the uk, ireland and the to hear that. another area of low netherlands and there is another block that it is france, spain and trying to slow the spread pressure on the way. this one will of coronavirus, as the country is "mainly" in the second phase bring a band of rain, strengthening of its strategy to deal with the disease. winds. as the band of rain pushed belgium that uses different names. the first phase had been through for the second of the weekend, cooler air following here in the uk, we have had stomach to try to contain it the second bringing a mixture of sunshine and is to attempt to delay blustery showers. more detail,
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saturday starts off with some rates of transmission. sunshine, eastern scotland and england. clouding over. further in rates of transmission. the past few minutes, it has and tormentor —— ciara and other confirmed in the past few minutes, it has been confirmed that the number of cases west, rain and wind. we will all see here stands at 115 and a senior doctor has warned the nhs is not in the band of rain pushes way such storms. if we get a name from a position to cope if the rate of eastwards as we go on through infection does increase rapidly. saturday evening and saturday night italy has closed its schools and universities, with the last of the rain slowly and england's six nations rugby clearing away from east anglia south other countries, we get a different match in rome later this month east england early sunday morning. has been called off. name. ireland is a lot on this 0ur health correspondent then all the same kind of weather sophie hutchinson reports. book, blustery winds driving in the programme. “— this is how south korea is fighting name. ireland is a lot on this programme. ——i showers, showers won't last too long name. ireland is a lot on this programme. —— i learned a lot on the new coronavirus. this programme. we have some it has the largest in any one place because of the wind so large stretches of the day dry epidemic outside china. with some sunshine. when the showers sunshine across the north of the uk. in comparison, the number of cases further south we have had a lot of in the uk is still very small, come, dropping the temperatures some but today officials said degrees and still showers could be rain. the rain still falling, heavy with some hailstones and they were ramping up measures thunder are mixed in. getting into east anglia as well. it heavy with some hailstones and thunderare mixed in. no as part of the next phase, heavy with some hailstones and thunder are mixed in. no sign of the weather settling down any time soon. will take a little while before that aimed at delaying the spread here. pulls away. there is more wet we will get 50% of all the cases weather to come for a time and cold over a three—week period, and 95% of the cases over winds as well. 0vernight, the winds a nine—week period if it follows a trajectory this is bbc news. here are our will be there and it will turn out
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we think it is likely to. latest headlines. the uk's top to bea will be there and it will turn out to be a cold night with mist and fog medical adviser is saying that the patches warming. there will be frost so if all of those were all country is moving from containing spaced out in the nhs over two or three years, for the majority of the country and that would be easily manageable, but it's the fact they are coronavirus to delay and spread. by if you patches here. northern so heavily concentrated. ireland will be a bit more cloudy professor whitty explained why slowing the virus down was so important. delaying the significant spread of he said it would push the peak with showers and perhaps keeping the of cases to a later stage, frost with a more limited nature. when the nhs would be in a better coronavirus throughout the position to cope. community, we can push back the peak it would buy time for scientists of this. uk airline flybe goes into although we start off with some to better understand the virus, sunshine, there will be a cold and and that, as the weather gets warmer, infection frosty start for much of england and rates might reduce. wales. we will see some showers administration, putting jobs at rest begin to move on from the west. they the prime minister sought to reassure people today, and urged will post eastwards —— push them to take simple precautions. and leaving passengers stranded. the for the overwhelming majority practical risks of culling badgers eastwards. today's top temperature of people who get it, is to be phased out. the charity this is going to be a mild will be highs of around six to 11 00:31:41,956 --> 4294966103:13:29,430 celsius. that is the latest focus. to moderate illness. save the children are strongly and, you know, we're criticised in to a report in its still at the stage where the single best thing we can do, and we'll be like that for a long handling of executive's time, isjust wash our hands. inappropriate behaviour toward staff. we bring together people who for the minority of people who do become very ill, disagree and would never normally the government has said an extra meet in our special crossing divides 5000 intensive care live event. sport now on afternoon beds could be created.
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but a senior intensive care specialist has told the bbc that would not be possible. the consultant did not want to be live event. sport now on afternoon live with ben croucher and bill named, but it's understood his views start will bug become a band. we finally had confirmation about the are widely held by specialists england six nations match. there across the country. he said... "there's absolutely no way have been doubts. all sport in the we can increase the number of icu beds by 5,000. the only way to do that would be to shut down all elective surgery country and in italy should be in the country and use operating played behind closed doors. today, we finally had confirmation that the theatres to treat people." six nations is off. that includes and he said... "i can absolutely guarantee the men's, women's and under 20s that we will be rationing. it's going to be the major issue." across europe the number matches. there was an idea about of cases continues to rise with italy the worst hit, now closing all schools for ten days. reducing funds to reduce the spread of the virus. the man could have an it is not a question of panicking, outside chance of winning. for but taking the necessary measures. italy, it is the second game that and in california the search they will have cancelled. former is on for more than 2,000 people who'd been on this cruise ship, after a passenger died ireland skipper rory best agrees from the infection. with the decision. the most slowing down the spread of this
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virus is now a priority for governments across the globe. important thing is to make sure that sophie hutchinson, bbc news. everyone's health and welfare and the containment of the viruses given top priority, but from a sporting point of view, it is disappointing. within the last few minutes we have had the news that the number of with the six nations, and all the people diagnosed with corona in the history surrounding it, there is uk. this is as of 9am this morning. going to be situation if france it has risen to 115. that is up from happen to lose one of the last two games, there is going to be no trophy presentation at the end of it. that will be strange. the six 85 at the same point, in other words nations have not given any am yesterday morning. these figures are from the department of health. indication of when the matches will be rescheduled. that will probably the new cases included 25 more be rescheduled. that will probably be either the summer or the autumn asi be either the summer or the autumn as i did in 2001. they have patients in england according to the confirmed all of the matches this chief medical officer. you can see weekend and next weekend will go ahead as planned. i'm a big cricket that on the screen there from the department of health. in a statement fan, but this i do not understand. on twitter, he has said, following how can you lose a final without dying. i'm assuming it to do with previously reported confirmed cases,
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in northern ireland, wales and coronavirus? nothing to do with scotland, the total number of uk coronavirus, everything to do with the weather. it has rained and cases is 115. all are being rained and rained in sydney and rules are rained and rained in sydney and rules a re rules, rained and rained in sydney and rules are rules, any irony of england being knocked out because of investigated and contact tracing has the rain. because english finish begun. the key question is how those extra cases contracted the virus, second in their group, any wash—out in their semifinal meant that india would go through. watch out it was, had they had contact with someone who had been abroad? wejust, at the a bit harsh maybe but the rules are moment, don't know, but as i say, there and there were plenty to new cases up moment, don't know, but as i say, new cases up to 115. as of 9am this debate. 0ur correspondent is there. morning. it was the wash—out that knocked them out and it was the... they are despite the fears we heard expressed there, ministers say the nhs is well prepared for an epidemic. making light of their predicament. 0ur health correspondent and a quarter before it was the nick triggle has been looking at the plans. poster start, it was abandoned and it was indian fans who were it's likely the number of cases will continue climbing, possibly for two or three months celebrating having won their until it peaks. qualified group. english paid the so how well—prepared
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is the health service? price finishing second in theirs. qualified group. english paid the the nhs has quickly put plans price finishing second in theirslj think it is pretty clear, nobly in place to deal with the virus. wants to go out of tournament most patients so far have been without having the opportunity to sent to the five big specialist infectious disease play. do not have that moment, is hospitals in england. between them they can care for over pretty gutting. there are not 100 patients at any one time in dedicated isolation facilities. reserve days for the men's or under there are also another 25 hospitals across the uk with expertise 20s world cups. there are questions and have started admitting patients. as to why this is being played on those with mild illnesses are being one of the rainiest months in told to self—isolate at home. what if there is a surge sydney. next up, australia who like in cases, though? this week all hospitals in england england will be held off for the were put on an emergency footing and told to prepare for cases. match with south africa. and it did, they may need to cut back on other work and have been and try as they might, south africa couldn't get them done. the told to work up plans to segregate coronavirus patients. there are more than 4,000 intensive care beds in total. so, what can we expect? defending champions through to the most people infected have a mild illness, but one in 20 final. following their f cup to be could need critical care. during the swine flu
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pandemic a decade ago, 2,500 needed intensive care but the elderly had some to norwich, a player was restrained. immunity then to that virus. they don't with coronavirus, jose mourinho said that he acted so the numbers needing intensive inappropriately and he understand it care could be much higher this time. his frustrations. as one final fa can the nhs cope or will it buckle? there are huge pressures already. it has been the most difficult cup fifth title, manchester united and their record goal scorer wayne winter for a generation, arguably. nearly one in four patients needing a bed have waited over four hours on trolleys rooney... defending champions england play the world champions and and in corridors this winter. there are significant vacancies, too, with one in 12 posts unfilled. it will be the first time since the coronavirus looks to test the nhs two sides of matt since the to the limit, particularly when the peak weeks hit. semifinals last summer. —— sides have met. it was a good world cup for the team. we did have a period and coming up at 4.30 ee'll have a special programme. of this, fresh faces and it really to add information to the story excites us. we have the euros 2021 about you moment ago, the number of andi people diagnosed with coronavirus in the uk as of this morning has risen excites us. we have the euros 2021 and i think that we have to reflect on our learnings and think of it as from 85 to 115. the uk's chief
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a fresh start and hopefully the youngsters can inject energy into our take. the coverage the coverage medical officer has said that eight of the patients contracted the virus in the uk. in a statement, he said as of 9am this morning, 25 further begins from... 1150 tonight it could patients in england have tested positive for covid—19. that is the well be a late one if you are a name of the virus. 17 were diagnosed football fan. and we will see you later. let's get more now and the who had recently travelled from colla pse later. let's get more now and the collapse of flybe. this... this recognised countries or from recognised countries or from recognised clusters which were under investigation. but he said, as we see here, on screen, eight company represents more than 150 of contracted the virus in the uk and flybe's stuff. thank you forjoining it is not yet clear whether they us on flybe's stuff. thank you forjoining us on bbc news. what was your reaction to flybe's leisure and what contracted directly or indirectly from an individual who had recently the impact will be on your members? it has been a dramatic 12 hours or returned from abroad. what you're seeing on the screen is a breakdown so. last night we started with coverage of aircraft being grounded of regions in the uk. you can see
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and impounded. as a story evolved, there, eight cases in the east of we understand that there were talks england, this is in england. more that have failed. the contrast with cases, 25 in london. in the midlands there have been nine confirmed the government's confidence that cases. northeast and yorkshire, ten there was a future for flybe in confirmed cases. northwest, 17, january is dramatic. now the staff in the supply chain and the broader communities are picking up the pieces and there are some searching south—east 17, south—west 15 and to questions to ask you about how this has come about. how do you think be determined, four. that the total actors come about? i'm guessing that you think the government is partly to 105 cases and i understand that eight of the patients who have been to blame given six weeks ago it did identified in the last 24 hours say it would step in to help flybe. contracted the virus in the uk and you should always use public money it is not yet clear whether they carefully a nd you should always use public money carefully and nationalisation is not contracted it directly or indirectly a solution of everything. this from an individual who had recently government has a very strong levelling up agenda. what has returned from abroad. we will bring you more details on all those figures as soon as we get them. happened is campaigning has given and coming up at 4.30 ee'll way to the practical challenges of government and it is going to be have a special programme. coronavirus explained. what is coronavirus, very interesting to see how the how can you best avoid infection, and what might happen next? government reconciles its levelling that's at 4.30 here on bbc news.
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up government reconciles its levelling up agenda, regional stimulus and connectivity and this airline is obviously crucial to connectivity, the collapse of the regional airline flybe has left thousands with maybe its deeper and longer of passengers hoping to fly from uk airports stranded. term preference is a market customers hoping to travel have been solution. i hear today different told not to go to the airport unless they've arranged government spokespeople talking about this as a commercial decision, an alternative flight. the airline went into administration last night, after a fresh bid but it was a commercial decision and for financial support failed. a series of dramatic commercial it puts the jobs of 2,000 staff decisions that led to is bailing out at risk, and could have major the banks. what sorry for consequences for some regional airports, where the majority of flights are run by flybe. here's our correspondent charlotte rose. interrupting, but is it really the role of the government to bail out failing businesses? you are not to bear as a precursorfor failing businesses? you are not to bear as a precursor for all occasions, but this business is this flybe flight may have been the last to land. providing a route service and the airline's collapse last night means all flights are now grounded, connectivity and when it connects airports, there are different with the loss of 2,000 jobs. considerations. i was about say that when did you first hear? the government has stepped in at different times. economic purism is early hours of the morning.
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quite a shock? yeah. fine until communities are damaged yeah, i thought that we'd be by its consequences. we think the government could have done more. saved, but not this time. what we need to do now is be sorry. proactive and demonstrate the substance of that levelling up 0utbound passengers have been warned agenda and do more to help these not to come to the airport, as flights will not be departing, people to find jobs. 0ften, but for some this morning agenda and do more to help these that news came too late. people to find jobs. often, these people to find jobs. often, these people have got strong technical background is what the airline we can't fly from here, industry is going to challenges a nyway industry is going to challenges anyway and it will not be easy for there are no other airlines from here that will fly to jersey, other airlines to absorb the routes so you are looking at options like ferries or essentially and ensure connectivity. one of the a different airport, but with jersey there isn't really that many options. challenges the airline industry is i've booked to go to australia, facing is the impact of coronavirus. via 0podo, with singapore airlines, ijust wondered but unfortunately part facing is the impact of coronavirus. i just wondered what you were hearing of the impact on other of the journey was with flybe. airlines? we have business contacts and being as they've gone across the industry and people are into administration, the whole trip is up in arms. telling us that there are already unlike with the collapse of other operators like depressed passenger numbers and monarch airlines and thomas cook, the civil aviation authority is not putting on flights questions of the future of other to bring people home. flybe transported 8 million tourist destinations.” questions of the future of other tourist destinations. i think this is the first test of the passengers last year, on 119 routes. for those now stuck abroad, government's ability to respond to the economic impact of the other airlines may step coronavirus and actually this may in to help passengers return.
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not be the last time we are having all train companies say to have a conversation. ijust hope that we don't stack up a series of that they will provide free transport for flybe ticket holders. visits challenges and failures before the government realises that people with future flights are being urged to contact their travel agents it has to be proactive and active or their debit or credit card support businesses in these company to check how they can claim money back. circumstances. general secretary of flybe ran into financial trouble in february last year. prospect. thank you for your time. at the start of this year, they let's have more now on the asked the government for assistance. coronavirus. england's chief medical 0fficer coronavirus. england's chief medical officer has said that it's highly ministers said they would help, and looked at delaying likely that community transmission air passenger duty payments of the virus has taken place in from the firm. but now the company says the impact of coronavirus on upcoming bookings britain. giving evidence to the has made its future unviable, commons health and social care and already the blame game has begun. committee, professor chris whitty explained why the authorities are expecting an increase in the number unions say the government of confirmed cases in the uk. could and should have done more. expecting an increase in the number of confirmed cases in the uki expecting an increase in the number of confirmed cases in the uk. i am expecting the number to only go up. i think for the government to allow there are now several, not large numbers, but several cases that we an airline of this significance to collapse in these circumstances cannot see where this has come from is its first real test in terms of a clear transmission. either someone who has come from of going from campaigning to the realities of government, directly overseas or they have had and it's a real test close contact with someone who has of its levelling up agenda, so we will be asking some searching
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questions about why this has returned from overseas. that, i think makes it highly likely happened so quickly find what this means for the communities, therefore that there is some level and our members, directly. of community transmission of this but ministers say it is down to factors beyond their control. virus in play now. i think that we flybe has had a challenging year should work on the assumption that in terms of its financial performance, with a decline is here at very low levels at this in bookings and increased competition. point in time, but that i think should be there working in sumption levelling up connectivity across our regions and nations is a top as we go forward. the idea that the priority for this government. some regional airports say they've already had other operators express an interest in taking over —— assumption as we go forward. the flybe routes. but, for passengers facing chaos today, such offers idea is to push back the point that will come too late. we have the peak of this epidemic charlotte rose, bbc news. further away from this point in time. we will get at least two and possibly three benefits from this. the first is if we push the peak of 0ne airport which has already been hard hit by the collapse of flybe is southampton, the cases that will happen, if we where 95% of flights were operated by the company. duncan kennedy reports. get significant epidemic peak, for 2 million passengers, further away from the winter southampton airport is flybe. pressures on the nhs and into a time not any more. when there is more capacity to nine in ten flights through here respond. that is the first benefit. were with the airline, but some passengers who hadn't heard the second benefit is that it buys us the second benefit is that it buys the closure news turned up anyway.
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us time to prove that he might so, we got a flight out, improve our understandings of the virus, because there are many things but then when we checked, that we do know but also many things the flight home was with flybe, that we do know but also many things that we do know but also many things so we're going to go tojersey that we don't know and so we can and then be stuck there. it's a sad day. i used to fly myself, find out how to target it better or so i was crew, and you see so many develop countermeasures. i will be coming back to this in more detail, airlines come and go, and it'sjust a sad sight. drugs, vaccines and diagnostics. of the airport employs 1,000 people, those, drugs and diagnostics are the 200 of whom are with flybe. the mood at a staff meeting with management today most important things right now. was said to be raw. there may be a seasonal element. and this airport has another meaning that if you move into spring really current dilemma. 0n the one hand it says it and summer, the natural rate of could survive if it was allowed transmission may go down stop not to to extend the runway, the point of necessarily going away, which would allowjets to take off but this is a respiratory virus and with more passengers, so making it if it is like flu, like colds and more economically viable. but on the other, environmental coughs and all of these tend to be campaigners have objected to the lengthening of the runway easier to transmit in the winter months. we do not know that, but because they say that thatis months. we do not know that, but that is a possibility. can ijust will mean more passengers, more jets and more co2 emissions. flybe and its previous incarnations have been at southampton ask you to get some information for around 40 years. about the way the virus is transmitted? the council says the government
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about the way the virus is transmitted ? there are can't simply ignore about the way the virus is transmitted? there are some urban myths about this, but there are some regional airports. southampton airport is very heavily dependent on flybe. it has been for years. sensors and how similar or different it is to flue which is the virus we so government may need to step in to give the airport some are most familiar with. there are support to keep going. regional connectivity really matters. that's not often understood by london politicians. many similarities and one they share that view potentially important difference. this is a respiratory infection and about connectivity at belfast city airport, where 80% of flights of course we are still learning and were with flybe. there may still be things that i we are an island off an island, will be able to, as with many of my so hs2 and such don't help us, answers today, i will be to give you so it's vitally important answers today, i will be to give you a better answer in six months. in that we quickly re—establish this point in time it looks like it that connectivity. is primarily a respiratory droplet back at southampton today, infection which means that someone the airport's anti—stress dogs who coughs or sneezes within a switched from helping nervous passengers to easing couple of metres of someone and the concerns of staff. usually for a prolonged contact, around a dozen took advantage at what is this most uncertain of times. duncan kennedy, bbc this moves. the way that hands do this moves. the way that hands do this is by touching mouth nose and news, southampton. eyes. the majority of people who the democratic presidential candidate elizabeth warren is ending her campaign and is dropping
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allow other people to touch their out of the race to take on president trump in november. nose, allow other people to touch their nose , eyes allow other people to touch their the long serving senator has nose, eyes and mouth are family and campaign on a platform of anti corruption and in the early stages partners. that is the way in which of the contest she was seen as one germs are on surfaces and how they of the front runners. the news comes after her campaign go germs are on surfaces and how they go from the surface to the individual. that is the root of faltered on so called the so called transmission. those are two routes we can now cross to our washington of transmission. if someone sneezes correspondent, gary 0'donoghue. she was a frontrunner so what went into their hands and then shakes wrong? she was briefly a back in the hands of someone else, they could autumn. after a rocky start to her potentially pass the virus on? most campaign she made some incredible headway in the early stages and she of these viruses don't survive on was a real force. hands alone. i would encourage you, headway in the early stages and she was a realforce. she headway in the early stages and she was a real force. she was also someone who had a lot of policy whether or not it is coronavirus to development. she had a plan for avoid taking that particular hand. everything as she said. but she really couldn't expand her appeal. but if for social reasons he thought if you look at the people who voted for her on super tuesday this week, he had to, it does not get into the they were largely women, two thirds skin. if someone washes their hands we re they were largely women, two thirds were women, she was not getting them between that time and then touches their face, it is unlikely to vote for her. mainly college and transmission will occurred. washing mainly white. she also lost her home hands is really the key. this is a very big difference. i think people rememberthe state of massachusetts which is very big difference. i think people remember the advice we gave with really very difficult to survive
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ebola virus, that was a touch once you have done that. the big transmitted by let's say the route question now is who will she of transmission, the primary route endorse? she might not endorse of transmission, the primary route of transmission, the primary route of transmission was different. this is primarily a respiratory one, but anyone. if you go back to 2016 when the second from she considered a presidential run, she considered a presidential run, she did not do one, she did not respiratory droplets. if the money actually endorse anyone until there was a nominee. she endorsed hillary clinton once she had beaten off bernie sanders but did not do that beforehand and she may do the same again. bear in mind, she is the one had the —— if someone had the virus, is there a risk of transmission? that was on national television telling bernie sanders, why did you, the liar? so they don't have a great there will be some risk of transmission and the risk peaks relationship. and she has some immediately after they have done it. history with joe biden relationship. and she has some history withjoe biden in the senate over certain consumer protection this is probably largely gone by 48 legislation they disagreed on. it is not entirely clear to me that she hours and would throw her weight buying anyone this is probably largely gone by a8 hours and more so on 72 hours. there in particular. a different question what her supporters will do in the isa hours and more so on 72 hours. there is a different scene hard and soft surfaces. but you could catch if you upcoming primaries over the next couple of months. i'm sure some will touch the same service on the same breakfor couple of months. i'm sure some will day? just touching it will not give break for bernie sanders but i think afair break for bernie sanders but i think a fair percentage will break forjoe biden too. those more cautious
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you the virus. it is if you touch it and then touch your face having not washed your hands between them. if you are going to the tube and you're suburban middle—aged women who don't touching the rail, that is fine, really wa nt suburban middle—aged women who don't really want a revolutionary just be aware of what you do with socialist in the white house. joe your hands. don't touch your face, biden does at the moment seem to be wash your hands and you can do what very much the frontrunner. are there you like. the advice efrain any women left in the race now professor chris whitty. elizabeth warren has stepped down? there is. there is one. one woman and at 4.30 this afternoon we'll have a special programme: coronavirus explained. left in the race, the congresswoman what is coronavirus, how can you best avoid infection, and what tulsi gabbard. frankly, she has not might happen next? that's at 4.30pm here on bbc news. registered really in any significant way in the race. not making the debate stage for example. she has barely registered in the polling. in a moment alice is going to bring she is not going to be the nominee us the latest business news. for the democratic party, i don't first a look at the headlines on afternoon live. the uk's top medical adviser says think. the country is moving from containing coronavirus the leaders of turkey and russia to trying to slow its spread as the number of cases here hits 90 are holding talks in moscow to try to ease tensions over uk airline flybe goes into administration, putting 2,000 jobs at risk the civil war in syria. and leaving turkey, which is backing anti—syrian thousands of passengers stranded. government rebels, is hoping to agree a rapid ceasefire in idlib, the charity save the children is strongly criticised in the north west where in a report into its handling they are trying to push back of syrian government forces,
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which are supported by russia. claims of executives' inappropriate paul adams has sent this report behaviour towards staff. from the turkish syrian border. diplomacy in a distant capital, fresh carnage here. here's your business fleeing civilians, among the million displaced in three months, had headlines on afternoon live. sought shelter in this chicken farm. last night, while they slept, uk airline flybe has gone into administration, it was hit twice. putting 2,000 jobs at risk, rebel sources say after a bid for fresh financial support failed. it was a russian jet. the carrier said the impact of the coronavirus outbreak more than a dozen people died, on demand for air travel was including women and children. partly to blame for its collapse. its website now advises until now, i don't know customers to "not travel to the airport" unless they have anything about my family. arranged an alternative flight. translation: until now, i don't know john lewis has warned it anything about my family. could close shops as a plunge my father survived his initial in profits forced it to cut staff injuries, but the warplanes returned and hit us again. bonuses to their lowest he died. level in almost 70 years. there he is. the retailer, which also owns now there is just my mum, waitrose, has launched a review of the business my sister and my brother, which it and they still haven't been able said would involve "right sizing" to retrieve them from the rubble. hours later, and the turkish its stores across both brands. leader arrived in moscow, determined to drive a hard bargain. his army is now heavily the uk will miss its goal of net zero carbon by 2050 unless it involved in the fighting. he has lost more than 50 finds a way to finance
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nuclear power stations, soldiers in a month. the nuclear industry has said. he can't afford to come home empty—handed. both leaders have a lot the industry sent a confidential at stake in idlib. letter to chancellor rishi sunak which has been seen by the bbc. vladimir putin supports syria's president, basharal—assad, the letter was prompted by fears but doesn't want a direct that the government will use next week's budget to ditch a plan to pay confrontation with turkey. for new plants through president erdogan doesn't want a levy on energy bills. a confrontation, either, but he fears a fresh influx of refugees on top of the a million his country already hosts. coronavirus, what economic impact is there is talk of a new ceasefire, having and are we seeing already? no it is having a huge impact. the list but russia, who has forces of events that are now being on the ground in key areas cancelled globally just continues of events that are now being cancelled globallyjust continues to won't agree to the regime giving up grow. i have tried to put a all its recent gains. mr putin also wants turkey comprehensive list together for you to disband the main rebel group, which it regards here. i do being cancelled or as a terrorist organisation. it should have happened under the terms of an earlier agreement. postponed. all they are minimising it is hard to see it happening now. 0n turkey's other border, the size of the events. for example more uncertainty about the fate of migrants and refugees encouraged the size of the events. for example to leave for europe, and yesterday the arnold schwarzenegger festival tear gassed by greek police. will be going forward as planned, having bussed them to the border, but without an audience. that is
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turkey says it won't let them back, sometimes how organisers are getting and is deploying a thousand special around these things. yesterday here police to stop them. in london, we had the london book they're trapped. fair cancelled and the motor show paul adams, bbc news, turkey. and a conference in geneva and we know that the six nations game with italy is going to be postponed. 0n a report has been published into the failings which allowed a man to commit a series of abductions and rapes over a two week period last year. the entertainment side, mariah carey joseph mcann carried out a string has cancelled her concert in hawaii, of sex attacks on 11 women and children including an have levine, and other artists are 11—year—old boy and a 71—year—old woman. he was convicted in december. the 34—year—old was freed in error, cancelling their events. there are after authorities failed to realise he should have been injail many premiers that have been cancelled also. superman is one of for a previous violent offence. them and we have also learnt that there were a series of blunders them and we have also learnt that the producers of the latest bond and failures that meant that film are going to postpone that. joseph mccann was on the streets when he should not have been. the first thing to say they are not deliberately linking it to coronavirus, but there is a huge is that there was intelligence economic impact on that. there's also been a huge report within the going back many years
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markets within the last few hours. which suggested he posted a risk the new york stock exchange will of sexual harm to others. tell us more. bring us up to speed with how we are on the floor if that information was shared in stock exchange. i have to admit that 2011 and according to this report, my neck is a little bit sore watching all the ripples that are happening on the financial markets joseph mccann posed a risk of sexual here in the united states of last harm and behaviour to teenage girls. few days. yesterday, we saw the second biggest one—day gain ever it says the prison holding him had seen on the industrial average. it was seen on the industrial average. it intercepted letters with disturbing was up content. the report goes on to say seen on the industrial average. it was up some seen on the industrial average. it was up some 1200 points, a%. that is a strong indication in terms of these factors were not taken into account fully when decisions were effort is being placed on combating being made about whether on not he the virus. 24 hours later, we are should be released, risks he posed now seeing that that market has been and so on. that is one clear feeling that has come to light. the other open for about 20 to 25 minutes and key failing is as the report says, this repeated failure to recall is already down, gosh, now it is 750 joseph mccann. what this means is points. this is a clear indication that when he was sentenced for a that investors here remain very later burglary, he should have been nervous about the global impact of the coronavirus and just how long
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that may last. and, of course, it is subject to parole board supervision. it should have been the parole board to decide whether he could be not simply fears about the released again. and instead, he was coronavirus affecting markets over in the states. that played a role as automatically released at the halfway point of his sentence. that process is called recall when the well, but the ongoing effect is a pa role process is called recall when the parole board decides. and what the virus as i was mentioning earlier, report shows is that there were we now have it confirmed that the eight occasions when recall was premiere of this latest bond movie is going to be postponed. yes, this considered. court and prison staff, was is going to be postponed. yes, this was going to be the last bond film court officials and prison staff in which daniel craig appeared as said to probation, you should be recalling this guy. you need to be 007. it was a very hotly anticipated looking at the recall process. he film, but the premier in london and should be in prison and tell the pa role should be in prison and tell the parole board are happy he should be released. eight times those points the subsequent premier here in the we re released. eight times those points were made, eight times a did not happen. when he was released, there united states has been postponed until november, quite long way away. was even a further occasion for him it was really out of an abundance to be recalled to sent back to for concern that they don't want to prison because he had breached the see so many people gathering terms of his licence and that together given so much of the fear opportunity was also missed. about ofan together given so much of the fear of an coronavirus. just about the same financial perspective, the last was danny sure our home affairs bond film in 2015 brought in $900
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correspondence. million globally in box offices and abduction, serious physical abuse and a campaign of intimidation. all allegations made right now there are some industry against the ruler of dubai, sheikh mohammed al maktoum, a nalysts right now there are some industry analysts that are expecting that we by his former wife, princess haya ofjordan, and found to be will see $5 billion wipe—out at proven by the high court. in a series ofjudgments published today the court overruled the sheikh‘s attempt to keep global box offices. we have seen the findings secret. the princess fled to britain last year with her children, movie theatres in china and south saying she was in fear of her life. korea that are already close because of coronavirus. no not an easy frank gardner reports. decision to postpone that premiere happier days for dubai's at all. what is happening which as divorcing couple. there? that sudden dip. it is a she is princess haya ofjordan. similar picture here in london as well and the ftse 100 he is sheikh mohammed al similar picture here in london as well and the ftse100 has fallen for maktoum, ruler of dubai. the first time this week by 1.75%. now, dark details are emerging about what is alleged to have been going on behind palace walls. here, at the royal courts that is in the wake of the collapse ofjustice, princess haya — seen here in white — of flybe, itv shares, they have also is alleging intimidation gone down today and companies are by the sheik, after discovering the alleged fate of two citing the appearance of tv of his daughters. advertising because of the appearance of the disease. the she says she told her,
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coronavirus could push the economy "you will never be safe in england." to the brink of recession so keeping this court case is lifting the lid on what is alleged to have been a close eye on the markets. you will going on in one of the more be back with us later. it can be secretive ruling families of the middle east. allegations that include a forced return of two princesses. one of whom was allegedly seized difficult for people on both sides right here in britain. dubai matters. it's a global destination and, as part of the united arab emirates, to listen to different points of you. it can be hard for many people a close western ally. to find common ground on issues such raf warplanes use its airbase. david cameron visited as prime minister and sheikh as how easy it is to get ahead in mohammed is a huge figure britain, climate change and other in the horse racing world. issues. that is why today we are the queen paid a royal bringing people together who would visit to the uae in 2010. but then, there's this. disagree and... this is crossing i'm making this video because it could be the last video i make. divides life. our correspondent is sheikha latifa, one of sheikh mohammed's daughters, there. basically, we invited in 50 fled dubai and her family by boat two years ago. she was recaptured off the indian people who we know have very coast by armed commandos. an official statement said different opinions to each other on she was now safe with her family. but she has hardly been seen since. topics like brexit, immigration and funding to the nhs. we have been asking them to sit down next to somebody who thinks differently to princess haya, a former 0lympic them and to listen, really listen equestrian is said to have
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for more than half an hour and see since discovered disturbing details whether being heard and listening to about what happened to her someone who thinks very differently will help bring those barriers, and another princess. after both failed in their bid bring down those walls. let's have a peepin bring down those walls. let's have a peep in there now. this is called to leave dubai's ruling family. empathy echo chamber, is that right? princess haya's accusations include absolutely. hi, guys, how are you that they were both subject to... doing? crack on. we have got hannah and also that their father is... and lucy who sat opposite each other making a no first impressions, the idea is that challenge our perceptions of our first impressions these details have been emerging and see if we can revise in. let's in court after princess haya fled to britain last year, chat to penny. you guys initially telling friends she was in fear of her life. had very different views. tell me your point of view. i am very much from a farming background and was in the duke and duchess of cambridge are in galway for the final day support of farming being an of their first official visit important industry for the uk in my to the republic of ireland. prince william tried his hand at a spot ofjuggling, as the couple were shown some of the arts and __ my important industry for the uk in my
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entertainment taking place —— my main bugbear with vegans and during galway‘s year as the european capital of culture. vegetarians was that they don't in a moment, will have a special programme about the coronavirus consider the impact on the industry outbreak, but now it's time and that i don't agree with battery for a look at the weather with chris fawkes. hello there. farms and mass production. i think we've got some very large contrasts in our weather today, from the stunning sunshine that some that returning to traditional of us are enjoying across parts farming could have been really positive for the country and that of northern england, northern ireland and scotland, to the rather drab, cloudy and wet was positive for the country and that was my view. she has spoken about conditions we have across parts of southern england. now, the rain that's been working aggressive even as an aggressive in across parts of the south vegetarianism and what does that make you think about? prejudices, of england into east anglia, that's going to be pushing away during the first part of the evening. we'll be left with clearing skies bring them to the table. i was and with light winds around, really worried i would be paired that's a recipe for it turning cold. with a rampant conservative. that would have been my biggest fear. i the frost pushing a little bit think that the great thing about further southwards into parts of wales and the midlands, deep listening is that it helps you along with northern england think about and put your prejudices and scotland, but perhaps not quite as chilly in northern ireland, here we'll have some cloud and showers to start the day. otherwise, a fine sunny cold, to one side. did it work? yes, likely frosty start to the day, maybe an odd fog patch as w well. through the day we'll see showers move in, some lengthier spells of rain
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prejudices can be very skewed when for a time in western scotland. but showers becoming quite widespread for a time you have prejudice in the way and in england and wales as the weather turns a little bit cloudier. for the weekend, well, emotion and not being sufficiently we do have some rain on the way and it's going objective. by listening properly, you put those things to one side and emotion is not the front of it and to be turning windier as well. you just look at it how it is and then you make a friend. my goodness! she is a tory, you know. she is a cuddly conservative. did you know they existed? i do now. it has been really amazing to speak to people with more life experiences... are you saying i am old? alcoves can -- it's the biggest global health crisis for a generation. out goes cuddly conservative. i have you're watching coronavirus explained, a bbc news special with me lucy hockings. not had the capacity to go at this the outbreak began in december, in the central city of wuhan, home to more than 11 million people. from different approaches and seeing
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all the shops are closed. the positives of that and seeing the negatives of your approach, it has there's pretty much nobody on the street here. made me think more. that is amazing the infection is a new type of coronavirus. put on a mask, even if you are not and that is something we have seen ill because others may be. throughout the day. once people peel the world health organization back the views and find out they declares a global health emergency as china's coronavirus... have so much in common. go online to this metro network see more. we have been privy to many is pretty much empty. fascinating conversations today, have a listen. let's catch up with but now, the new coronavirus has claimed its first the weather news now. chris has the forecast right now. that was seen earlier in cumbria. —— scene. that rain is so with us —— still with us.
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it will be a cold and frosty night with fog patches around. the faults will reach further south into wales and the midlands and perhaps southern england as well. friday will bring a bright start to the day and they will be showers in the north of ireland that will spread eastwards. it will become wet for western scotland which i was pushing in in wales. the weather will turn a bit cloudier as well. the weekend prospects will be ruled by cold weather. they will be cloudy and windy and it will be showers. that 00:59:34,460 --> 4294966103:13:29,430 is your weather.
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