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13 years to get to. know them or not to tell you. this is d. w. news liable from berlin fresh prime minister boris johnson will send a letter to brussels osc a proper exit extension this comes off the campaign will make his approve a delay on the bright 16 will vote its withholds the parliament's approval until legislation to implement the deal has passed. meanwhile hundreds of thousands have
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marched through the streets of london to defy breck's it they are demanding a 2nd referendum. on spain's axing brightness ephedra sanchez rejects calls for talks with cops lam separatists as comments comments large crowds gather and boss alona to demonstrate against police repression and the jailing of several separatist leaders. a man you could smoke and thanks so much for joining us. the british prime minister boris johnson is set to send a letter to brussels requesting a brick set to deadline extension following a crushing blow by members of parliament who say backed an amendment to delay a vote on the brics it deal now this is a deal which johnson had reached with the e.u. . just 2 days ago but he has again british lawmakers to back the deal or to
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face a damaging no deal back set from the. us. this is the moment the british lawmakers delayed voting on a break that deal jubilation from the hundreds of thousands outside who want a 2nd people's votes for just one another chance to vote. so it was it's good a slight delay there. is no change in the law just yet inside parliament british prime minister boris johnson appeared unruffled by a major blow to his brakes a strategy i wish the house to know that i'm not wanted or dismayed by this particular result but now he has to write to the e.u. to request a delay something he's vowed not to do that i will not negotiate a dilemma with the e.u. . i am neither does the ball compel me to do so i will tell our friends and colleagues in the e.u.
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exactly what i have told everyone in the last 88 days that i served as prime minister but. they would be bad for this country was here and bad for democracy the majority of lawmakers voted to withhold approval of johnson's deal until the legislation that actually implements his deal is passed into law legal experts say johnson must now seek an extension from the e.u. to create more time for voting on the details of a withdrawal agreement the leader of the opposition labor party jeremy corbin said johnson would be in contempt of the law if he refused to die as a historic day for parliament because it said he will not be blackmailed by a prime minister who is apparently prepared once again to defy a law passed by this parliament i invited him to think very carefully about the remarks he just made about refusing apparently to apply for the extension which the e.u. number 2 out require. sure do. e.u.
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leaders have been clear in recent days that they do not want an extension and i was sure you all took a review of the kind of wrong action you have if you don't have to deal with it or is move the focus of the it which is just my view as to the prime minister is now seeking advice as to how we can get briggs it done by the end of the month despite u.k. parliament clearly voting for him to formally request more time from the e.u. . so what will happen next for more i'm joined by w. correspondent visa who is in london for us now barbara we know that boris johnson has sense a less sense of rational make of stating that the delay isn't a solution and that judging them to back his deal but what about this lesson to brussels requesting a delay to bret's it that he's legally obliged to send by 11 pm u.k. time tonight. from what we hear it's somehow on its way or it's
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being written or the envelope is being moist and whatever it is sort of in the process of being sent there because it seems that his lawyer yes sort of convinced for a chance and after he made this defined remark in parliament that not to obey a law or to sort of go against the law would be a bad look for government that couldn't really be done because before this whole thing this whole round of bricks and rigmarole began and there was already a fine divide would t.v. or blige to sort of go for the extension and the legal experts here in london more or less said unanimously yes you have to do it there's no way around i came now the former prime minister to resign may was very clear about her support of johnson's deal let's take a quick listen. i hope the whole house will forgive me if i say that standing here i have a distinct sense of deja vu. for you. i
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think so. but today's vote is an important. well i intend to rebel against all of those who don't want to vote to deliver bricks yeah. yeah. all right a definite sense of deja vu they given how many times may try to get back to deal through parliament but how likely is it the other lawmakers are going to follow johnson's to get this deal done. yeah i mean it's all a question of procedure and the funny thing is what parliament has done today is somehow take back control control off the procedure from the government once again to resume a lost her vote is 3 times and parliament last winter and every round was more painful than the one before and it was because parliament
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a sort of had rest of control of the amendments that could be made about to the agenda of parliament from the government and we see this again so now they're trying to determine when in which order they are now going to discuss what they want to talk about those drawled bill 1st because they can slip amendments and other legal obligations on it they can for instance force the government to promise and to put it down in writing to make it legally binding that the workers' rights and environmental rights consumer rights will not be devolved after breaks that they can for instance even ask for a 2nd referendum all this can be attached to that build and after this bill sort of has gone through then they are willing and that's the aim and the goal behind this they are willing to say ok and now we agreed to the 2 that was draw agreement was brussels the so-called brics and bill and really will be done with it but they
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simply want more time they don't want to be railroaded into just saying yes ok what about the e.u. will be you consider another extension now. yes they will i mean we've heard this during the summit emanuel mccrum the french president has said it did the dutch prime minister has said it and we heard junko junkers say they all said no we don't want another delay they're fed up with this and also they wanted to encourage johnson to do his best to sort of push this through but if you really the british government comes 2nd is forced to come back by parliament to brussels and say ok we do need a bit more time it will be granted there is no question about that huge numbers of people took to the streets of london today to press a protest against threats that how did they react to today's vote. we saw those early and we heard this big rar off satisfaction and jubilation when this
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vote had gone through because of course for them this is the last glimmer of hope and one man i talked to he said my head says no they really isn't any hope and you more for a 2nd referendum but my heart said yes and many people feel this very emotionally because they had fought for so long against pricks it and against it of being really pushed out of this against this 1st referendum that they say was unfair badly informed and people didn't really know what they were voting for now 3 and a half years later years later it would be democratic indeed to ask people again there's a deal on the table do you want to steal or do you run to remain in the you that's their argument and they still really have this slight glimmer of hope they might succeed. all right bob available in london thanks so much.
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ok let's have a look at some of the other stories making news around the world thousands have taken to the streets of several german cities including here in berlin to show solidarity with kurds in northern syria the protests come after days of heavy turkish bombardment of kurdish areas along the turkish syrian border but clashes were also reported today that's despite a cease fire broke out on thursday. hundreds of mourners in eastern afghanistan have attended funerals for the victims of a bombing at a mosque in the village of jari that killed more than 60 people on friday no group has yet taken responsibility for the attack. the lebanese government has backed down over imposing new taxes the finance minister says says the final budget with no extra charges aims to calm nationwide protests demonstrators have been holding mass protests in the capital beirut for the 3rd day in
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a row they're accusing the political elite of loosing the economy. egypt has unveiled the details of 30 ancient wooden coffins with mummies inside they were discovered in the southern city of luxor when the biggest find of its kind in more than a century gyptian or thorazine said the carved and painted coffins of 3000 years old and that the mummies inside are in good condition. now spain's acting prime minister petra sanchez has rejected a call for dialogue from the leader of the catalan separatists telling him that he must 1st condemn the recent violent unrest in barcelona the comments come as pro separatists crowds gathered for more demonstrations in the catalan capital police are bracing for more violence gangs of mosques youths rampage through the city on friday night vandalizing shops and public buildings. there was
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a strong police presence on the streets of basra as crowds gather to do and on saturday evening the government has warned that violence will be met with the full force of the law. on friday in a 5th night of violence protesters set barricades on fire and police deployed reinforcements to stop rioters from approaching the police headquarters masked use hurled stones at security forces who responded with smoke grenades and tear gas. these are people who are prepared to use violence. strategies and they know what they're doing. they're trying to test the rule of law. but the law knows how to defend itself. some 300 people have been arrested in clashes that flared in cities across the region since monday when spain supreme court handed down
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a lengthy prison terms to 9 catalan leaders who staged a banned referendum on independence in 2017 a growing number of catalan independence supporters are fed up with the continuing violence. spain's acting prime minister pedro sanchez has dismissed calls for talks from catalonia as pro independence president saying that the catalonia leader must 1st unequivocally condemn the violence. to them if they can now we're going to take a look at me results of saturday's early games don't lend grabbed a hard fought win against liked and well drew as did out of and by and munich same for braman and had to berlin oneone berlin upset freiburg disallowed off beat mine and on friday front one against leave a cruise. africa started strongly and gonzalo puffy envious for the open now after just 4 minutes following a fine and finish the portuguese forward the knesset again before half time from
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the penalty spot the eagles added a late 3rd and climbed above an inconsistent leverkusen interception. or 2 games coming up on sunday cologne take on part of bond and hoffenheim lock horns with shake. now let's take a quick look at the bundesliga table glug are still on top but only barely after losing to dortmund could actually overtake if they beat hoffenheim tomorrow in the bottom half a dissolute off and on your own berlin both move up well and minds slide down. now a passenger on a plane flying over mexico is shot some amazing footage of the famed popocatepetl of volcano erupting through the clouds the mountain is sending a plume of ash up to an altitude of more than 6000 meters papa as it is known
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locally erupts regularly but it is rarely considered dangerous. this is news live from berlin coming up next well stories that we can report looks at how turkey's military offensive in northeastern syria is affecting civilians on both sides of the border don't forget you can get the latest news and information around the clock on our web sites that's d.w. dot com but for now i'm going to mackinnon in berlin on behalf of the whole team thanks for watching. the world senses of cradle to the dixie cup there you go the people for over the brits and home the fortunately for the most recent article in. the valleys at the last dragons there's word called the 23 used. to agree books on.
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