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this is deja vu news live from berlin the british parliament rejects leaving the e.u. without a deal a day after saying the deal on hand was no good in a series of posts lawmakers deliver a new blow to prime minister made by against shredding her breakfast strategy and there's another vote today on delaying praxis. also on the show rescuers say their mission is over now the search for answers is on after a building collapses and lego's no word yet on what caused the disaster that's left
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a number of people dead many are still missing including children searchers say it is unlikely there are any more survivors. and the black boxes found from the ethiopian airlines crash go to paris for analysis new evidence from the u.s. as well to join a long list of countries to drown the boeing seven thirty seven x. airliner involved in the disaster. i brought thomas thanks so much for being with us all more drama is expected in the british parliament today after lawmakers rejected a no deal with drawl from the you voting last night paves the way for another vote today to delay britain's exit date beyond march the twenty ninth. but british prime minister theresa may has also set out plans. as for us third parliamentary vote on
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her overall breaks a deal with europe the choice is first beheld by march the twentieth. was responding to her latest defeat a very hoarse prime minister and this is the sorry. folks the legal to force the u.k. into you know remains that the u.k. will leave the e.u. without a deal. unless something else is agreement the onus is now on every one of us in this house to find out what actually is the options before us the same as they always have. we could. we could leave with the deal which this government is negotiation process to yes we could leave with the deal we have to do say to the subject to a second referendum but that this risk no cracks it has a number of options out there so what happens next joining us now for the latest is date of use back at last in london and hoffman are brussels bureau chief good
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morning to both of you baggage if we could start with you this morning to recently has said that the situation right now is that in spite of last night's vote the bracks it options remain the same is that where we are right now. you know something has changed which she's talking about is her deal is the only deal basically that still on the table and she's still hoping also to get it through because now she really can exert more pressure on parliamentarians because the choice is this as she puts it it's my deal too is amazed that she's hammered out with the european union or either no bragg's it at all or a really long lengthy brix a process in which everything can happen a second referendum could happen so it's a reason they will once again try and put had a deal on the table because she knows that for those people who want out in her own party there are many of them they will now think long and hard that might be their
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last chance that they get to exit the european union so maybe if there is yet one more vote she might just get her of well she might get a deal three ok we might also see an extension voted on today and and a possible extension of max how would the e.u. respond to that scenario. had you asked me that question a couple weeks ago brian i would have said definitely they'll say ok but their stance has toughened a little bit in the last days they've made it clear that they need a reason to extend whether this be a short extension technical extension that's what it would be called for two or three months or a longer extension beyond the european elections in may and the possible reason for example is second referendum or maybe even snap elections or as theresa may put it if she puts that deal up for another vote and it gets passed that would also be need for a technical extension because now the time has run out to really implement any kind
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of deal in the till the twenty ninth of march so you would need a couple of extra weeks or even extra months to be able to implement that the e.u. wouldn't have any problem in granting that technical extension if the parliament so the house of commons said ok to their deal everything else seems up in the air because the doesn't look like the house of commons beyond maybe approving that deal seems able to clarify what this extension should really be for ok max is mentioned the technical extension term they're looking at a possible date of may or were june can the british government work in parliament guaranteeing that at the end of that process at the end of that date we're not going to repeat everything we've been over this week all again in may or june. the thinking here in london is like two possibilities an m.p.'s will get of eight
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later today what sort of extension the prime minister is looking for from the e.u. either a short one at which the deal to reason may still will most likely be implemented all along was which would give just more leverage to days who are fighting for a second referendum a so-called people's vote and that is a longer period that might be a few years and in this few years we have not that long period of uncertainty so these two options are really on the table at the moment but like mark said the e.q. has to agree for us one thing what parliamentarians you love and want and the other thing what can actually be agreed with the european union ok next what does it look like in brussels and we're talking about the technical extension there's also the longer extension i could be up for up to two years that's speculation right moment brussels do and i. just to be clear here then very good session you're right in mentioning that the reaction wednesday night from that you commission was it's all
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good and well that the house of commons decides that there won't be no deal bragg's the really best still the default option in the order to really avoid a no deal. you need a deal so that's still where we are we call it the break the conundrum right here and because of the situation you have more and more e.u. bomb makers and we've talked to many of them over the course of this week who are pushing for a second referendum especially of course the social democrats because that's the same line that labor has though the social democratic party back in the u.k. but that would only be possible with a longer extension if we are talking one or two years but that of course has different problems for example the european elections in may if we go beyond that date significant to go beyond that day then the u.k. would have to participate in those elections that that would be. wouldn't you have a country that actually wanted to leave but still has to participate in the e.u.
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elections something that many lawmakers want to avoid because it might hijack the the actual topics you know the actual things they want to talk about and there are many of them i gratian climate change just to mention two of them. often forced brussels to get moss in london thanks so much for bringing us up to date as another vote looms today in the british parliament let's check in now some of the other stories making the news this hour the trial of a vietnamese woman accused of assassinating the half brother of north korea's leader kim jong un is set to continue that after prosecutors rejected a bid to free her once the homes lawyer sharply criticized her decision for indonesian codefendant was released by authorities on monday. mornings have held a vigil for the victims of a school shooting in brazil that attack occurred early wednesday wednesday and says on a suburb of south paulo ten people died including the two attackers authorities say
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they were former students at that school. the malawi government has released video footage of devastating flooding that's killed fifty six people displaced about eighty two thousand others parts of mozambique and south africa polls have been affected by a week of heavy storms we're all just warning an incoming tropical cycle could dump more rain on the region. it's to nigeria now where emergency workers have halted their efforts to rescue people in the nigerian city of lagos where at least ten people were killed when a building collapsed the top floor of the multi-story building house a private elementary school over thirty people many of them children have been rescued from the rubble witnesses say as many as one hundred people may have been inside but now after around the clock rescue efforts emergency workers say they do not expect to find any more survivors. amidst the chaos and confusion one boy is pulled out alive. local authorities
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say the building housing a private elementary school and a nursery on the top floor of a residential apartment block collapsed late on wednesday morning for the around one hundred students inside defending klaus. compass will just missing five i was just seemed fine and i had a good life now stuck with people living inside such as home and rest is helping me get to the hospital and this is something not just to think i'm going to five years so that the tide i got that i'm still to stay out of somebody's day does it does all the food that's the judge in this that's a surface. while the rescue operation is well underway emergency services said that efforts to be uncomplicated by how densely populated areas making it tough to cool a city with a population of twenty million and growing lago says one of the biggest cities on
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the african continent it was not immediately clear why the building collapsed but such incidents are not on common in nigeria critics say that often calls by unscrupulous investors cutting corners on materials bribes being paid for illegal building permits. let's go straight to lagos now where do you have used funny fosh hours on the side where that building collapsed funny can you tell us what's happening behind you right now. actually a press conference is just coming to an end here behind me a rescue team official has just said that about food people have been rescued alive if you don't want to make any statement on how many people have been actually lifted out from this rubble behind me dead he said also among those people who live it's not sure not clear how many people really actually stay alive you know these numbers out probably going to be published towards the end of the day at this point
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as i say it's unclear how many people actually have come out of this rubble here behind me alive or dad they are very conflicting numbers actually from the beginning as the story developed of conflicting numbers when it comes to the number of people who have been origin really in this building know what the rescue team official has also said however that it is not correct that one hundred people were inside that building it was actually a smaller classroom or a smaller school or rather it was inside this building before it collapsed why have authorities decided to halt the search for survivors after this point it's a process that in similar circumstances can last considerably longer for a number of days. of people standing by actually are saying it's quite an irony of how quickly how soon this rescue operations actually have come to a halt and actually turned into a cleanup operation which by the way has also come to a halt right now because there's some residents who want to go through the debris
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looking for some personal belongings because this was not just a school but also a residential building now is the official statement here is that we just heard that they do not expect the rescue teams to that expect to find more people inside a debris they have meticulously both cleaned the entire area and they say that their job is done as far as rescuing nowadays turning into a cleanup operation you mentioned the local people going through the rubble now for their personal belongings what are people saying about about the building that collapsed were there any concern. about its safety especially considering considering that there were a school children. definitely people here are very angry read only if you can hear but they're actually shouting right next to me because they say this could have been prevented just like so many other collapses that happened in nigeria before yes it could have been prevented they say if inspections would go according to plan if they say bribes would not be taken would
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not be accepted for all of the owners of this building from the constructor still these building it of course comes down unfortunately to corruption in that jury in many ways it comes to building and maintaining buildings what exactly happened here however what is exactly behind this collapse there's no official statement yet however the state all thirty said that this building was actually cleared for demolition but that did not happen on a tosser thanks very much for bring us up to date on what's happened there in lagos . this is news live from berlin still to come on the show byron munich a crash out of champions league this is a sign of decline for german football. but first the black boxes recovered from a boeing seven thirty seven knocks a crash. have been flown to paris for further analysis some forty countries around the world have grounded this aircraft model involved in the weekend disaster or one
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hundred fifty seven people on board that flight were killed the united states is one of the latest to ban the plane under emergency orders from president trump. and the pressure had become too great after numerous countries ban the boeing seven thirty seven max from the skies u.s. president donald trump finally followed suit there's very few planes that are in the air will be grounded. if they're the seven thirty seven max will be grounded upon landing at the destination. the safety of the american people at all people is of paramount concern a crash in ethiopia on sunday a similar disaster in indonesia last october satellite images suggest a pattern in the way both planes fell from the sky in a statement the federal aviation administration said that new evidence about the crash in ethiopia had led to the grounding of seven thirty seven maxes in the u.s. the ban came into effect at noon on wednesday causing jitters among those taking
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the plane's final flights. little bit more than usual i think like you said in my hand so i had to make it on the plane despite complaints by pilots that the aircraft had faulty software the authorities had been reluctant to act american airlines united and southwest were allowed to keep flying the max boeing's latest commercial jet. was the government trying to protect boeing the company is an important pillar of the u.s. economy only last month from boasted about the sale of around one hundred seven thirty seven maxes to vietnam the f.a.a. has always had a conflict when they were established by an act of congress they were supposed to make it in for safety policy and then promote the visibility ation they can't do both a day earlier boeing c.e.o. dennis mullen burke had pleaded with trump to keep the seven thirty seven max airborne. but in congress growing support for a ban bridge the party divide. every one of these planes should be grounded right
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away. they are accidents waiting up the grounding of the plane has please many passenger safety advocates in the u.s. but it's another blow for boeing and one from which the aerospace giant may take a while to fully recover. we have some sports news football now byron munich have crashed out of the champions league after losing at home to liverpool's three one this is the first time the german champions have not made the quarter final stage in years the game started out on even keel until an error from goalkeeper manu. noyo allowed sabio manet to open the scoring in the twenty six minute by and tied that game just before half time through joe matson own goal but it was all liverpool in the second half a bullet header from sergio van dyke and another goal to monterrey sealing the three one aggregate victory. ok young spy from the w. sports joins us for more on this young it's the first time in eight years byron
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hasn't hasn't done it what went wrong for them yes so i mean it's a big blow it's not make the the quarterfinals for such a proud club a club with such a proud history as well in this competition but they were second best throughout the whole game there was no win need good enough and i mean it is a worry but i don't think of panic stations yet this is a team in transition few that stop players coming to the end of their careers and they have a new coach in the car and i think he just needs time to get this team back to their best but he did admit post match that. second best in this game but he did also have big hopes for the rest of the season at least domestically. it's relatively easy we still have two titles to fight for top of the bundesliga with a bit of a lead and also still in the cup. our goal is to win these two competitions. so there's still obviously plenty to play full football and it is slightly concerning though that all three bundesliga clubs are now out of the champions league that's the first time in thirteen years
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a german club hasn't made it through to the quarterfinals of the champions league ok raises big questions about german football liverpool's famous for splashing out the cash for players and and money is increasingly in focus in football these days and german club simply lack the cash to keep up with the top english clubs and without it our german clubs competitive. i mean we saw that this year of course not competitive and we've seen that they cannot obviously compete with the cash in the premier league or with the top spanish clubs that that's a given and it won't change but by have shown in previous years they've never had the cache of the top teams in england they still manage to compete and that's down to good management and as i said byner in transition they need some time to gel and they will do and they will be back to their best through making good signings and good coaching and dortmund as well there another track team in transition and i do see one is the cubs returning to the top of europe a football ok back to liverpool buying game byron as you mention the new coach from
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some older players but this was a crowning moment wasn't it for liverpool coach jurgen klopp one hundred percent i mean obviously he had some great battles with dortmund coach and he obviously lost the final in two thousand and twelve to be on the champions league final so this was an act of revenge for him and he was absolutely ecstatic with the victory understandably so especially with the second half when liverpool really turned on the screw and here he is and what he had to say about the performance a second off and i was really happy not only because we wanted to help because of how we played football helmet sure it was how how strong we look at our would be defended even in the situations and of course by us so much quality unbelievable. and so i mean good signs for liverpool i think in cup we i mean to win the whole thing ok it was. if we can do it let's talk about that other champions league matches well yeah i mean obviously he thinks this guy limosine beat on five one messi scored to an assistant two and i mean that there are number of clubs that can
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win this tournament now but i think are looking like cliff favorites big win five one very dominant darts fired from the sports desk thanks very much motor sports now and mercedes has won five formula one titles in a row and that's made ferrari very restless after more than a decade without winning the championship but it took the likes of former superstar michelle schumacher five years to rack up five titles. and now they're hoping that's boston federal and the lover. sebastian vettel is hungry for glory the ferrari driver feels it's high time his team won some silverware. is going to be my fifth year together with a good area so i think race in full for ari the expectation is always there to win and that's what we what we all want obviously we've i think come close some years before the way some of the but this season there have been changes at ferrari at
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the official presentation of the team's new car for twenty nine thousand the son of founder enzo ferrari was there to show his support for ariz parent company fi it cries or have increased the budget for the team this year and are hoping for success they said it that it being ferrari brings first of all to mind the pride of a team that unites an entire country and represents the best of it a little up but if they may go belly up. yes in twenty fifteen sebastien fattal was tasked with putting ferrari back at the top after an unsuccessful stretch the team wanted a return to the glory days when me schumacher won five straight titles for. the team spirit. that was. the boss who we're going to fall when a show share market driving that red car was always my role model so this is like a childhood dream come true. prior to fattal's
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fifty year out ferrari there's been some watch of a red revolution his teammate young star charles le clerc has become increasingly ambitious the restructuring has resulted in the appointment of my t.f.p. not just to focus with the little changes this year and hopefully we can use the woman to make sure that we do the final step in order to be competitive on did appears to changes may pay off fattal's pre-season lap times have even impressed lewis hamilton his fiercest right. that the pace is very very good at the moment so the challenge is going to be harder than ever. to awaits between sebastian fattal and lewis hamilton and perhaps this could be the year ferrari finally makes it to the top again. it's to india now where general elections are set to begin next
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month many political parties are accusing opponents of defying the indian constitution or acting in an unconstitutional manner what really is the indian constitution all about a new game rolled out for college students and i challenge them to put their constitutional knowledge to the test to some sometimes difficult life experiences. travel to the city of la now to check it out. it's an early start for. two university students in the north indian city of luck they have a tough task at hand. they have to keep their days expenses within forty cents or. she couldn't omit are spending the day frugally as part of the be a jog recorder we can citizen game. players are assigned tasks started to the basic rights and duties laid out in the indian constitution. when we asked them they did
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ok i have studied but now i don't remember. so that is the constitution is a very important part of our life i mean it's very important for them to know their constitution because only then they can fight for it if you experience something and you learn from that experience that remains of you. the fundamental right that she couldn't i'm a trying to learn more about is that of equality. income disparity runs high in india the government says that those who. are considered poor. forty four million people fall in that category. because the french quarter off their forty cent allowance. still it is far cheaper than buying fuel for them. still have a long way to get to college. food. a charitable lunch. for
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twenty seven rupees twenty five if you wash the plate yourself but with only twenty four rupees left in their budget they can't afford it. the only way to save money. and after several attempts. agrees. they make it to the university. even. as i. have. well i'm attention because it is starting to become all that off this time they'll be learning about the right against exploitation of another dimension for the two friends i'm not the crucial lesson on the law of the land. under now of our top stories this hour britain's parliament is due to vote today on whether to request an extension from the new for the bracks a deadline is just fifteen days away now voting last night lawmakers backed the
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motion to rule out a no deal. this is the flyer from her leg erhard be with you in just a minute with all the business news from a bryan thomas an entire team here thanks for being.
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