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this is damian collins, head of the this is bbc news. select committee, talking to the our latest headlines: hashem abedi, the brother director—general of the bbc about of the manchester arena bomber, is arrested on suspicion the decision to remove free tv of murdering the 22 victims, after being extradited from libya. licences for those over 75, who are hello, you're watching greater manchester police afternoon live. officers have arrested i'm simon mccoy. not on benefits. let'sjoin hashem abedi for murder, today at 2... licences for those over 75, who are not on benefits. let's join a discussion. the director-general attempted murder and conspiracy agreed he would recommend the deal hashem abedi — the brother of the manchester arena bomber — to his executive board, but advised to cause an explosion is on a flight back to the uk, likely to endanger life. the chancellor that he would not after being extradited from libya. in her last major speech oppose the agreement but not endorse as prime minister, say you're sorry — theresa may says she‘s worried theresa may puts more pressure about the state of politics the process. what i don't see is on jeremy corbyn over anti—semitism that you actual repair that back to and public debate here and abroad. the executive board for a decision in the labour party. words have consequences. before you agree to it? we had a and ill words that go unchallenged you still haven't told the whole small team of the executive board are the first step on a continuum negotiating with the chancellor and towards ill deeds, towards a much truth, you still haven't accepted hello, you‘re watching keeping the trust informed of what your responsibility. you have failed darker place, where hatred and the test of leadership apologise was going on. the key decision afternoon live. prejudice drive not only what people makers in the end had to be the i‘m simon mccoy. trust, and they met on that today at 4... saturday. the chairman of the trust say but also what they do. now. this party totally opposes hashem abedi — the brother was with me when we went to see the of the manchester arena bomber — racism in any form whatsoever. is charged with murdering the 22 chancellor, again, is a recall, that victims after being a man has been convicted in india extradited from libya over the rape and killing saturday morning. but the official of british teenager scarlett keeling anti—semitism has no place in our in goa in 2008. position of the trust was neutral. greater manchester police officers society, no place in any of our the minutes say that the trust
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parties. the husband of nazanin zaghari—ratcliffe — gives... that it won't oppose or but jailed in iran in 2016 — sport now on does not endorse it? in the end it afternoon live withjohn. says she's been transferred have arrested el chapo. —— have another award for one of the stars from prison to a psychiatric ward. because there were the were the body of the england cricket world cup arrested hashem abedi. we'll be talking to responsible for the entire bbc. as i team? yes, it was inevitable richard ratcliffe live. in her last major speech after england‘s success as prime minister, theresa may says at the cricket world cup she‘s worried about the state that it would be reflected in the squad selection of politics and public for the test team. coming up on afternoon debate here and abroad. and so it‘s proved, with surrey recall, there were figures involved words have consequences until words batsmanjason roy included live all the sport. in that meeting with the chancellor igo words have consequences until words i go unchallenged at the first step ona for the first time. jason live all the sport. roy has earned a call—up to i go unchallenged at the first step on a continuum towards ill deeds. it was, of course, his performances and on saturday evening, it was towards a much darker place where that helped england lift the world cup for the first time the jason roy has earned a call—up to the test squad after the world cup. more on that to come. and they endorsed, the settlement is put to hatred and prejudice drive not only in their history, and he could now feature in the longest format change to unsettled weather with low them. the trust said it would not what people say but also what they of the game after being named pressure now arriving, that takes us in the squad for a warm—up test into the weekend but it's notjust do. with ireland at lord‘s next week, rain in the air today. close your ahead of the ashes, a man has been convicted in india endorse the agreement but not oppose over the rape and killing of british mouth, simon, you might bite off which start on august the 1st. more than you want to chew. all will teenager scarlett keeling in goa in 2008. jos butler and ben stokes be revealed. hope i can say it. the process. so it is not endorse coming up on afternoon live all the sport... have both been rested. yeah, after his world cup heroics, thanks very much. it. looks to me the only two people who'd agreed with this was you?m jofra archer wasn‘t considered for selection this time was proper for her to agree to it, because of a side strain, but could still make batsmen jason roy yeah, after his world cup heroics, batsmenjason roy has been called up also coming up — the most—played the ashes squad. but that is not my recollection. my to england‘s test squad. recollection was me talking to rhona song on uk radio is... and her having a series of calls batsmenjason roy has been called up to england's test squad. and the weather. the other change to low with the trust and agreeing to it we wait to see whether or not he i'll be joined by snow later on saturday night, as i pressure, unsettled weather that will take us into the weekend has will be named for that first test in patrol‘s gary lightbody who'll be giving his reaction recall. i was going off the
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to the song ‘chasing cars' arrived. we will see who is going to the ashes series which begins at being crowned the most—played song get wet and when any forecast coming published minutes of the bbc has edgbaston on august the 1st. published. this is a really big up. thank you. also coming up, a the ashes series which begins at edgbaston on august the ist.l of the 21st century. the ashes series which begins at edgbaston on august the 1st. a new managerial appointment in the close encounter with a humpback premier league? and a lot of decision, it's discussed will be whale and we‘ll be talking to the 14—year—old who saw this giant pop newcastle fans are not happy after steve bruce was named their new head out of the sea off the of ireland. coach. bruce resigned as manager hello, everyone, this trust boards, but the boards won't of sheffield wednesday on monday, is afternoon live. make a decision, it says it's despite only joining in january. i'm simon mccoy. neutral. and the executive board is he replaces rafa benitez, not called to meet, so you may have who left at the end of last month the younger brother met with individuals on the board of the manchester arena suicide when his contract expired. bomber is being extradited but... met with individuals on the board but. . . that met with individuals on the board but... that was then announced two to the uk. days later by the government. to hello, this is afternoon live — hashem abedi was arrested in libya make one more points, this was a and fans have been directing i‘m simon mccoy. their frustrations at the owner mike ashley, urging the younger brother of the manchester arena suicide shortly after his brother — bomber has been arrested at a london process that was going to happen airport after being extradited salman abedi — blew himself up anyway. the notion that somehow we him to sell the club. from libya. at an ariana grande concert had any possibility of not accepting hashem abedi was arrested at in may two years ago, in libya shortly killing 22 people. after his brother — salman abedi — allegedly, 11th choice. which clubs both brothers travelled the other 75 is is risible. they to libya in april, before blew himself up at an ariana grande salman abedi returned alone. we re the other 75 is is risible. they were coming at us with that, it was concert in may two years ago — go from a champions league winning going to happen. the key thing about killing 22 people. both brothers travelled manager to a mid—table championship to libya in april, before this is how we could negotiate the salman abedi returned alone. manager to a mid—table championship manager who, after you've got the matt graveling joins me now. best possible deal for the bbc, our north of england correspondent, master tactician of rafa benitez, which is what we don't. that was in the last few hours, we have heard suddenly you've somebody has come tough, really hard going, and we into the club has a record of that hashem abedi is being negotiated things we felt could fiona trott is in manchester. saying, i'm not really into tactics. extradited from libya to the uk. he counterbalance the other 75 is. all that strike straight into me.
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is the brother of salman abedi who i'm saying is that this was a fairly it seems bruce has plenty of work was the man responsible for the major decision for the bbc, and it to do ahead of the start manchester arena bombings. the —— the charges have been outlined. of the new premier league season. doesn't seem to be any indication of tragedy which killed 22 people and newcastle were thumped 4—0 today by wolves in the premier league left 112 wounded in may of 2017. formal agreement to it. the trust's asia trophy in nanjing. greater manchester police officers position is neutral. what does seem have arrested hashem abedi for this happened after a ariana grande here‘s the players‘ perspexctive murder, attempted murder and concert. he was arrested in the strange that the executive board met conspiracy to cause an explosion likely to endanger life. we will be country a day after the suicide to discuss it the day after it has on the appointment. been published, and all the minutes attack and he was extradited, we they note that this assertion has transferred to a custody facility in have been told, on a flight which london. previously, the crown left the north—west of the country been made. this is a trust decision, the trust was set out to be the prosecution service authorised the i understand the fans, the governing body of the bbc. i situation, but for us, we want to at10:30am left the north—west of the country communicated directly with rhona charge of hashem abedi in respect of at 10:30am bst. the home office have declined to comment. a spokesman for the murder of 22 victims. the fairhead and made it clear to the attempted murder of persons other work, we want to be better as a chance of the exchequer this was a than the 22 deceased victims, and a specialist terrorist military group who was holding hashem abedi trust decision. i've done my bit team. we try to work hard, when we there with what i felt was the right conspiracy to cause an explosion thing to do, it was the right thing have confirmed he was handed over to likely to endanger life. at the a member of the british embassy. we to do to say yes or no. but what started the new season, we were have been told he was on a uk ready to show the fans and everyone government owned jet and he is in you're saying is that this is a police station, we will be processed that we can compete. commercial decision that affects the tottenham right back kieran trippier his early 20s and is expected to be has completed a deal to join spanish and appearat interviewed by british authorities budget in a significant way. you police station, we will be processed and appear at the magistrates‘ court on those charges. side atletico madrid on a four—year contract. we re budget in a significant way. you were saying you would recommend a trippierjoined spurs from burnley upon his return. greater manchester police was granted a warrant for his in 2015 and was part of the england deal to the executive board. you are team that reached the world cup arrest back in november 2017 and semifinal last year. saying that, but the dross and never he passed a medical told that it goes to the executive police have previously said that the at atletico earlier today. board, they agree it, that was never warrant related to the murder of 22 these developments will come as the deal is believed to be worth
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people, the attempted murder of positive news to the relatives. yes, around £20 million, plus add—ons. others who were injured and pa rt board, they agree it, that was never part of this process. this is one of west ham have signed conspiracy to cause an explosion. the reasons, you're pointing out and it has taken two years, hasn‘t striker sebastien haller thank you. here, that this process must not it? you will remember that his from eintracht frankfurt in a club happen this way again, because it's brother, hashem abedi, was arrested record £45 million deal. not enough proper time to do this the 25—year—old former france it was theresa may's penultimate shortly after the arena attack in under—21 international prime minister's questions today, properly. but in the end, the final has signed a five—year and the new conservative leader 2017 after salman abedi detonated a deal with the option of a further 12 months. and prime minister will already have decision had to be by the trust. i been announced when she faces home—made device killing himself and haller, who is west ham‘s questions in parliament for the final time next week. didn't have the authority to take 22 others. the youngestjust eight fourth summer signing, that on my own, it had to be by the scored 20 goals in 41 games there was a good deal of focus trust and that's what happens. talk yea rs 22 others. the youngestjust eight in this week's session years old. and the legal process has on allegations of anti—semitism for the german side last season. in the labour party. but a complaint, rightly, that this that's after more than 60 labour was done behind closed doors. one of taken such a while, we know it does. england have all but peers took out an advert guarenteed a semifinal spot in the guardian criticising at the netball world cup. jeremy corbyn's response. the conflict in libya had escalated the criticisms of the trust was that kate grey is in liverpool, joining me now from westminster there is no opportunity to ask the that, dyeing the extradition process licence fee payers what they think. having seen them beat even more but now this afternoon, as trinidad and tobago. is our political correspondent nick. i was negotiating with key people on we heard from ian hopkins from greater manchester police finally it's confirming that this has happened, it‘s going to take something the board, we talked, but actually, that he was excited from libya are a lot of trading of insults. the board, we talked, but actually, unbelievable now to stop england. the formality of this is with the they can still mathematically not trust. the trust of the people in absolutely. the issue of qualify, but after a win, it appears anti—semitism in the labour party is handed over to officers and he not going away. it has been back in the end he had to say yes or no. but arrived in the uk a short while ago. they are all but guaranteed a the headlines of the last week or so semifinal spot? that's right. i after that panorama programme even your own executive boards were you heard there uk but he started suggesting that some of the claims not fully consulted before the think they can say they have almost decision was made? to go back to the made about an independent process certainly made it through to the weren't quite what they seemed. problem instead of just off at this press conference here by there has been a lot of anger in the decision was made? to go back to the problem instead ofjust looking at semifinals. to comfortably beat
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minutes... no... the reason this is talking about the families party about the response to that themselves. he said since the attack trinidad and tobago 72—46. they culminating in this advert in the looked a little subdued, perhaps not guardian newspaper. direct attacks important you see you started in may 2017, our thoughts have been as sharp as they did againstjamaica criticising the process, we with the families of those lost on monday, which was a much more understand the government's process, and we've been critical of that, we loved ones and the hundreds who are on the —— not only party but on struggling with serious physical high—pressure match. but they did just want to understand the bbc‘s thejob asked of high—pressure match. but they did the job asked of them. there were process. signs of the process was me injuries and deep psychological lots of changes going on on the jeremy corbyn specifically saying effects. they have always been courts. i think tracy neville was the labour party welcomes everyone negotiating with a small team in central to our investigation and process. signs of the process was me negotiating with a small team irm aware of resting certain legs and irrespective of creed, age, gender will continue to be is so at all or sexual orientation, except, it executives. at one point, rona making sure her players were as times. that is very important, isn‘t fresh as possible. they were it? all those families affected by fairhead came to a meeting with the said, it seems dues. there is a lot this today see that this legal co mforta ble fresh as possible. they were comfortable shooting as usual, chancellor and some others, and then taking in this brilliant atmosphere me saying to her, this is what i'm in liverpool. they‘ve continue to of personal stuff about jeremy corbyn in here. really interesting process is moving on. hashem abedi, as you heard from the chief send a message to the top teams like recommending, we've won these concessions, but you need to say co nsta ble as you heard from the chief constable there, is due to appear at who has signed this, a third of whether it is ok or not. so the australia and new zealand that westminster magistrates‘ court england are here to go all the way labour peers in the house of lords. final meeting the day the later. now he is in this country and they will do so in a special announcement was made, it says the presumably the legal process, as you fashion. they enjoyed the director—general and the executive celebrations at the end, they‘ve had say, goes into full swing and we are have worked together on a strategic to recover quickly because it will —— it seems jews. plan to make sure that the bbc are be back here tomorrow against south able to live with them on actual governed by the restrictions they are saying that it is not true, para meters able to live with them on actual parameters and make changes to its surrounding that. absolutely. we are services that would be required in africa, a much tougher match, but jeremy corbyn is taking the issue an xstrata period. so that suggest seriously and that the reception is assuming south africa beat uganda the bbc trust had been reassured by later this afternoon, it means that quite hostile to the labour leader waiting to hear when we will appear england should also qualify for the but it is something that labour have you you could make this work? we at westminster magistrates‘ court a back foot —— are on the back foot which will be the very first start semifinals as well. they‘ve all
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we re you you could make this work? we were absolutely clear with the waiting for that result. they‘re in that process and of course the with. upsides and downsides of this. the families will be very keen to see pretty much certain to go through, just today, 60 distinguished members downsides was inflation for the first time in a decade. getting rid though. almost job done for england. of the labour party have written in how long this will take and from of the broadband levy, as you said, that there have not been any and an important day as well for the newspapers, the labour party inquests into those who died either. and also plugging the iplayer scotland? yes, scotland will be welcomes everybody. it is very important to them that loophole, which the government after two years, didn't actually fully do. and it is very important to them that after two yea rs, they it is very important to them that playing jamaican, a very tough match after two years, they see this legal for them. only won one of their four process moving on. theresa may keeping us in play for the charter except, it seems, jews. of negotiations, which were in the middle of. one bit of context i want matches here, jamaica will not be easy. they have a lot to take from this is your legacy, mr corbyn. you this match, if they win, they are have not opened your eyes, you have you to understand, and i'm sure you talking about this development in not told the whole truth, you have the last hour. still in with a chance of making the do, is that this was a matter of not told the whole truth, you have not accepted your responsibility. weeks into a new conservative semifinals, but scotland are looking you have failed the test of for that top eight position. i don‘t government, a majority conservative we all know it was an appalling, leadership. apologise now. mr government, a majority conservative government, at a time of the height senseless attack and this is clearly of austerity, and we were making know if they will have enough to an important moment in the judgments about what seemed appropriate at the time and the investigation. i hope it is a beat the girls from jamaica, but that match is next and it sounds height of that austerity, and that's welcome step for the loved ones or speaker, this party was the first to like its going to be welcomed onto why we were able to say, yes, we all of the victims. those people who introduce anti—racist legislation the court now. enjoy the atmosphere into law in britain. this party recommend this, but the policy for have commanded themselves which such the other 75 is coming to us, the there, more than that to come. dignity through what has been a that‘s all the sport for now. totally opposes racism in any form government has given us doubts, and deeply distressing and difficult asjohn whittingdale has made clear whatsoever. anti—semitism has no time, and conducted themselves with in his statements, they knew and we that dignity as they search for knew that meant reform as long as we place in our society, no place in could consult and go through the justice. i want to thank all of
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now on afternoon live, any of our parties and no place in let‘s go nationwide proper processes. but if i were a those who have worked so hard to and see what‘s happening around the country in our daily visit our dialogue. neither does any other member of the bbc trust at that time come to this point and no doubt will to the bbc newsrooms around the uk. andi member of the bbc trust at that time and i had been in that meeting, i continue to work hard. i think what let‘s go to donna traynor you‘re now need to see is to see from newsline in northern ireland, imaginei and i had been in that meeting, i imagine i would have been reassured who joins us today from form of racism. and when 60% of tory to know that you thought you could make this work. that you felt that royal portrush ahead of the first that all involved in this case are day of the open. able to see that the case is brought party members think islam is a the negotiations with the threat to western civilisation, and government, this plan could work. to the court. you‘ve tweeted that you‘re having a whether the trust knew this had gone bad hair day, ithink to the full executive board, i don't you‘ve tweeted that you‘re having a bad hair day, i think that‘s the least of your worries! the prime minister has said she will know. certainly the impression the meeting was that you thought this and also out of the office today we have north west could work. you said later in the tonight‘s annabel tiffin, act on islamophobia within her own a man has been convicted over joining us from this year‘s rhs party, i hope she does, i look day in an interview about the deal, the rape and killing of british tatton park flower show. so first let‘s speak teenager scarlett keeling forward to seeing that being dealt in the indian holiday to donna ahead of the very resort of goa in 2008. meaningful tournament. with as we will deal with any racism the conviction comes after a long farfrom being a cut, the way this trial and campaign by scarlett‘s family to reopen the investigation. my my script says there are huge crowds that occurs within our own party as financial settlement is showing gives us effectively licensee income samson d‘souza was found guilty of charges including assault, there are, are there? there actually well. destruction of evidence and providing narcotics. a second man was cleared full of sound and fury, this, across the first quarter of the are huge crowds. this is a practice signifying i do not know what. what charter. when you appeared in front day, they‘ve been practising since of the select committee that autumn, of involvement. sunday. tomorrow, the competition about islamophobia, what did theresa you said this was a better financial may have to say about that? we have sta rts sunday. tomorrow, the competition starts for real. but the rn is a — settle m e nt you said this was a better financial settlement than the previous one. heard reports of the conservative party struggling to deal with this i hope you can see me under the yes, it was. the 2010 settlements, issue. as well as specific cases of hood! — donein the royal and ancient said they had yes, it was. the 2010 settlements, done in exactly the same way — scarlett keeling was on holiday in conservative members raising their a record number of visitors at port but the wrong way, but i'll set
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concerns, be it online, comments aside — goa and it was said that she died by 2496 aside — 24% of the budget is what the bbc's accidental drowning but the case was rush. that beats all attendance being raised by people claiming to budget would have been if it has moved to india‘s central bureau of being raised by people claiming to be conservatives or what you heard jeremy corbyn refer to their art investigation, the cbi. the case which suggest that a lot of tory gone up in line of inflation. it was went to a court in 2016 and two men records at all the opens by st andrews, which is the home of golf. members are not comfortable with the 2496 gone up in line of inflation. it was 24% less because we took on the cost number of muslims in the uk. theresa we re went to a court in 2016 and two men were acquitted of any involvement in of the world service, bbc her death but after an appeal, so clearly from the r&a‘s point of may's argument is they deal with it, monitoring, we took on a large proportion of the costs of a saucy 39—year—old samson d‘souza was today view, it has been a success to hold they have a process. both are parties, though, are facing and also the government's then idea found guilty of culpable homicide. it here on the north coast at the role port rush golf course. it accusations on different issues and of regional television. —— the costs i think some people outside also the destruction of evidence and westminster might be looking at that really is not being nice being a thinking it was an odd spectacle at providing narcotics to scarlett television presenter and a day like of regional television. —— the costs of 54c. that was the stark reality keeling among other charges. another this, the weather has really points. they were trading barbs on changed. but there are thousands of of 54c. that was the stark reality people from all over the world who was the least racist, whose of the 2010 settlements. once we man was cleared of all charges. we re of the 2010 settlements. once we were doing, and i'll explain the walking along the course is the party at the bigger problem. safe to things we got wrong in that scarlett keeling‘s mother said today players go through their practice say at the moment, certainly in assessment, we were saying it would bea that she was delighted but rounds. i‘ve met people from terms of internal pressure, jeremy assessment, we were saying it would be a broad flat cash settlements disappointed with the verdict and bermuda, australia, israel, america. corbyn is facing a lot from his over five years. what we didn't take also added that the indian party on how he deals with this they‘ve all don‘t have the gear and into consideration, because life authorities had put her through issue and there's going to be a lot moves on, one, it was cpi but are dedicated fans. they love the of desire within the party over the hell. open, it is the pinnacle in the next few days for him to get more of proportion of the bbc plasma world of golf, and all the biggest we‘ve heard from theresa may on our a grip on it, there will be a big budgets, because money was coming main story but she has been speaking meeting of the shadow cabinet on more broadly. she used stars, rory mcilroy, tiger woods, from the government is. inflation, monday to discuss anti—semitism and graeme mcdowell — after that, he will go to the all the guys are here, to see if executive and try to come up with and the metre has been much higher used to warn they can beat each other but more
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of the divisive tone some new processes to deal with the than cpi, because of the tax credits and substance of british so, if they can beat the weather. and international politics. issue. you may be hearing from and so on coming into this country. she said it had descended into an absolutism, theresa may a little later today as where if you shout long they‘re not the only ones competing enough and loud enough against that, donna! this is a big well. yes, she is making a speech on —— inflation in the media has been you get your way in the end. much higher. the government did not the state of politics. i wish i and she went on to say that certain values have become dealfor northern against that, donna! this is a big could tell you more, i do not know deal for northern ireland, against that, donna! this is a big dealfor northern ireland, 1951, the plug the iplayer loophole in the way unfashionable of late, including last time the open came here. what much more at the moment because they they said they would, which meant we does it mean for the area? 1951, are being very tight lipped about a willingness to compromise. only got half the money coming in. it. theresa may is trying to build it was always assumed we would look she said her greatest regret was not something of a legacy. not easy. yes. a lot has changed in northern at the over 75 is, john whittingdale most people will remember her as the made that clear in what he was ireland since that time, and a lot prime minister who failed to deliver saying, and we would look back at has changed for the open, it is brexit. she has spoken a lot in the that as well. we would take on the getting brexit through. that was a bigger and better than anytime last couple of weeks about this policy, and willingly, but it was before. you can imagine those years of not having this prestigious and issue of compromise, finding ways to moment of reflection from theresa agree with each other in politics. coming and we couldn't do anything may on the speech where she about it. and actually consult and old est of we saw it at pm cues, a lot of acknowledged the failure on of not having this prestigious and oldest of the tenements in the world delivering on the result of the then decide what was best for the of golf, not having it here. a lot polarisation at the moment i would referendum and getting the deal she not be surprised if we are more from bbc's point of view for both the of golf, not having it here. a lot negotiated with the eu through of money has been pumped in in the prime minister on how to deal over 75 is licence payers and those parliament but apart from that it regards to infrastructure and all with that. —— we saw it at pmqs. was really slightly depressing and the support services. it is a big below. regardless of how the process sceptical take on the state of deal, notjust for golf, politics here in the uk and around a man has accepted responsibility for the killing of a heavily was wrong, and we've been critical the world, speaking about the lack the support services. it is a big deal, not just for golf, because the support services. it is a big deal, notjust for golf, because the island of ireland is golf mad. it‘s pregnant woman, the old bailey of that, it looks as though there has been negotiated with the bbc, good for golf in northern ireland has been told. you have won concessions from the of compromise between people from and for tourism port back out he is the former partner of 26—year different parts of the political old kelly mary fauvrelle, government, they have got you to tourism officials are hoping that who was eight months pregnant spectrum, saying she was worried people will come for the golf but ta ke government, they have got you to take on responsibility for the other about the state of politics and when she was killed at her home. also to see all the other tourist her baby riley was delivered at 755. you have broadly welcomed the
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the scene but died four days later. settle m e nt 755. you have broadly welcomed the settlement is better than the 0ur correspondent, attractions that northern ireland leigh milnerjoins us now previous one and brief the bbc trust substance at the moment. and she from outside the old bailey. has to offer. at you mention rory boards that the executive is going also spoke about a rise of mcilroy, this is a course he knows to come up with a strategy to make absolutism and an unwillingness from people to engage with others with rather well? he does know it well, this work. i don't see any well, 25—year—old aaron mckenzie whom they disagree, and dismiss out arrived at the old bailey today wearing a black tracksuit charged indication hear, here that you were with the murder of his pregnant of hand other people‘s opinions. she all the guys across northern ireland not anything other than 5atisfied. know it well. graeme mcdowell is a touched on other international areas ex—girlfriend kelly mary fauvrelle. as well, both the iran nuclear deal local lad, from port rush, and he inside the courtroom, he accepted responsibility for her killing. what which is negotiated by various grew up with golf. there was a doubt we've been told so far by the police that graham might not qualify for that is absolutely not true. we were is that on the morning of the 29th different countries, the paris taking on the policy of the other climate agreement, both of those the open, but we saw him talking ofjune, very early on, they heard 755. i want to be clear about this, today, he has qualified. we‘re screams come from the downstairs things are things the us has bedroom. that was in fact kelly who iremember 755. i want to be clear about this, i remember exactly the words of the hoping that one of the local lads disengaged in and pulled away from. then chancellor, which was, you are was pregnant, eight months pregnant going to have to go there and though she later said during the will win, but you never know. one question—and—answer session that i should say, who had just been socialise this policy, because it is should not be interpreted by her or stabbed to death. the ambulance going to be difficult for you. john by people as a direct criticism by thing, i‘m not a golfer myself, i‘m crews u nfortu nately stabbed to death. the ambulance crews unfortunately could not bring whittingdale made it clear in the learning a lot and i was learning her back to life but they did manage commons. i made it clear before her of president donald trump. she coming to this committee in the did have a lot to say, though, about about the golf terms, the holes that to deliver her little baby boy who autumn of that year when i think the tone of the discourse in are here in portrush. one is called was named riley by the family. john nicholson said to me, what sort politics in the uk at the moment. calamity jane, another is called u nfortu nately after was named riley by the family. unfortunately after spending five daysin of reforms will you be looking at? i purgatory. a lease on —— i will unfortunately after spending five days in hospital, he sadly passed saidi of reforms will you be looking at? i said i can't say, we will have to and the way in which politicians go away. this incident was actually work it out over a period of years. about their business. leave that one for you. i‘m going to raised in parliament at the time and then he said to me, what about means testing? and i said i'm not this descent of our debate talk to annabel to fend for abates, during prime ministers questions by into rancour and tribal bitterness, but i need you to stay there because
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the labour mp stephen reed whose saying there could be, i'm not and in some cases, even vile abuse saying there could be, i'm not at a criminal level, i will thank you at the end! we are constituency actually concludes the saying there could be, i'm not saying there can't be, we have to is corrosive to the democratic values which we should place where this happened. he work that out. completely consist about the reforms we would need to all be seeking to uphold. talking about the rhs tatton flower challenged the prime minister, make were we to live within the it risks closing down the space asking her to do more to tackle for reasoned debate and subverting the principle of freedom of speech. show, but today special for a knife crime. aaron mckenzie will be budget parameter sets. the special reason? it is a special consultation could have gone another and this does not just create way and we could have ended up not an unpleasant environment, backin knife crime. aaron mckenzie will be words have consequences. back in the courtroom on the 2nd of being allowed to make those changes, and ill words that go reason, i'm sitting in the sunshine unchallenged are the first step 0ctoberfor a plea hearing with on a continuum towards ill deeds, but the policy came to us and we've garden, and how ironic, it's started towards a much darker place, back in the courtroom on the 2nd of october for a plea hearing with a provisional trial start date set in carried that out of the letter from where hatred and prejudice drive not to rain! i understand how don is only what people say, the digital economy act onwards, but also what they do. feeling in portrush! this is the december. thank you very much. i've carried that consultation out thoroughly and come to a very sunshine garden, it is in memory of difficult, balanced discussion. if a very special woman, diane a couple have been given life you want to ask you to take on oxbridge. she was our great friend sentences for murdering a vulnerable responsibility for this, from the beginning, it is the government and colleague and weather presenter woman they were supposed drawn the concession and we had no to be caring for. choice whatsoever other than to take margaret fleming — who had learning difficulties — that on. when you look at the has not been seen since 1999. on northwestern night for many years, and she passed away earlier edward cairney and avriljones were each told they must spent minutes of the busi meetings at the this year from ovarian cancer. diane at least 1a years in prison. so, the main thrust of theresa may‘s jones was also convicted time, what it was saying then is was a real fixture here at the of fraudulently claiming ms fleming's benefits. what it is saying now, if we take on speech here this afternoon, which will probably be at length her last flower show, she never missed a the country's biggest rail company year. she was here for the last 20 has been fined £1 million, after a passenger was killed the closures of services are massive cuts, then you get the concessions years, and people flocked to see the when he leant out of an unlocked you asked for and then a position window. one as prime minister. she govia thameslink railway seems to be, we will try and make gardens but also to see dianne, she admitted a breach of health encouraged people to compromise and and safety rules, following this work. the concessions make a come together but that has been a theme of her own premiership which was so popular. we wanted to do the death of simon brown in 2016. he put his head out big difference and this will be a people may well take issue with of a gatwick express train as it something to remember dianne, and
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because although in theresa may‘s travelled through south london battle. there's nothing at that time her husband wanted to do at about 60 miles per hour; to indicate this is an impossible eyes, clearly the main that she he suffered fatal injuries. something... oh, that's unfortunate, task you've taken on. i'm sorry, but encountered, that inability to deliver on the brexit referendum the rail accident investigation branch said there was a sticker isaid at we‘ve lost our link. to watts, task you've taken on. i'm sorry, but i said at the time, we would have to result and get a deal through on the door warning passengers not donna, this is big moment! i‘m to lean out of the window, reform the other 755 to make this parliament was a she may see it as a but it was not clearly displayed. result of people not putting their looking at the picture behind you, work. the policy would've gone differences aside and not putting up it looks like the weather is coming with things they did not necessarily through in consultation might have in behind you and you are in for a stopped us doing that, but there was like in that deal. but others say it the husband of the british—iranian bit of a storm? according to our woman nazanin zaghari—ratcliffe, absolutely central to me saying to who was jailed in iran in 2016, says she has been transferred people that this is a settlements we could live with. but i said then, would be down to the political to a psychiatric ward. ability on her part to be able to forecasters, it is going to dry up richard ratcliffe says later today. over the next few days, his wife is being held taking the over 755 policy was not a bring people together and allow them to put their differences aside and by the iranian revolutionary guard it will be difficult for the in a tehran hospital. inspire in people that spirit of golfers. i don‘t know if the and in the next half hour we'll be way to work. what is not reflected compromise. the speech this americans, used to the beautiful talking to richard ratcliffe afternoon as part of a series of sunshine of california, are going to about what's happening to his wife in the meetings you attended at the cope with it or not. there will be time, and if you felt that way, i events that will frame her legacy of nazanin in tehran. find it today accepted this.” her last days in office. it is that nippy winds and a few showers. but the most—played song thatis nippy winds and a few showers. but on uk radio of the 21st that is part of the test, part of central theme of the rise of century has been revealed. time, and if you felt that way, i find it today accepted this. i was the competition. it can‘t all be consulting all the time with the it is the snow patrol bbc's boards, that we can see it on absolutism and, as she called it, ballad chasing cars. beautiful sunshine. golf has to be released in 2006, the anthem never my mind, i remember constantly the lack of compromise and working talking with the executive board. played in all weathers. the together in politics that is at play glamorous water television, simon, here and around the world, has played in all weathers. the glamorous watertelevision, simon, i reached number one here, but formally, it was the trust that have a ticket, if you want to come had to say yes or no. coming on to theresa may said today. thank you here and stand here, i would swap very much. the value of the conce55ions, i salih khater, the man
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who drove his car at cyclists, places with you very readily. but remained on the charts for more think these have been to55ed away as pedestrians and police officers than three years. in westminster last august, insignificance, and in many ways, has been found guilty of two counts perhaps not tonight. a lot of people in its lifetime the song has of attempted murder. are asking what colour hair donna received over 60 millions seconds the language the bbc uses in the of airplay in the uk consultation documents published in khater, who‘s 30, ploughed his ford fiesta across tv and radio. into a group of people who had let's hear what its all about. june goe5 has? there you go. oh, my goodness! consultation documents published in june goes back to the way the bbc stopped at a red light outside # we'll do it all talked about this before the the houses of parliament. # everything concessions were made, as if this is he then careered into a security i have to present at 6:30pm, and we lane and crashed into barriers # 0n ourown as two police officers jumped out have an extended programme at a flat £700 million micah marco at of the way. 10:30pm two nights, newsline has been here all week, and i will have to get a hair dryer out again! you a couple have been given life the time,... it was believed that sentences for murdering a vulnerable woman they were supposed to be caring for. margaret fleming — # we don't need who had learning difficulties — have rescued us, it you‘ve been the time,... it was believed that the iplayer loophole was to be worth has not been seen since 1999. # anything around hundred 50 million a year. edward cairney and avriljones great. thank you very much, newsline were each told they must spent the cost of top slicing to pay for at least 14 years in prison. tonight, six are you will have the broadband was about 130 million a jones was also convicted of fraudulently claiming # 0ranyone year. if you looked at the value of ms fleming‘s benefits. latest. back to annabel, we were the increases in licence fee that talking about dianne, also the show would come, that would have been generally, because there is a lot around 200 million a year, i would going on there? there is, this is # if i lay here have been better by the time the # if ijust lay here other 755 came in. and then you have the bbc‘s director general has been on your own annual reports that this defending the broadcaster‘s snow patrol‘s gary lightbody decision to take away free tv the zist year, a lot is going on. last year, you've made hundred and licences from the majority joins us now from london. of over 75—year—olds. 53 million of efficiencies, and tony hall told the culture select the rhs shows are always good, it's great to see you. how did that committee it was "always assumed" when the bbc took over responsibility for the concession chelsea, chatsworth, not farfrom happen? i have no idea. it's news to from the government as part here, but tatton has a good, your... i5 53 million of efficiencies, and of the 2015 licence fee settlement
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your... isa 53 million of efficiencies, and your... is a bundle, and you may that its universal provision community feel. there are children's query tho5e your... is a bundle, and you may query those numbers, that bundle end5 query those numbers, that bundle could be reviewed. us as happen? i have no idea. it's news to ends up being around £700 million us as well. it's crazy. you must be this was a process that was going to gardens, the bank to back gardens, that's been found. but certainly, of which this is one. and also a bug thrilled. absolutely over the moon, the value got back from closing the happen anyway. the notion that loophole on iplayer and top slicing somehow we had any possibility of garden, a big scene these days, yeah. it's a song i wrote in 2005, not accepting the over 75 is is after it was all about bees, this and the increase licence fee visible. they were coming at us with certainly seems to be greater than that, it was going to happen. the year about books. this year, this key thing, as has been made clear by garden, this sunshine garden, it has the £250 million obligation you're andi yeah. it's a song i wrote in 2005, and i couldn't have imagined the prepared to take for other 755 if myself and others involved in this life that it has had, how enduring case was how we could negotiate the it has been. it has gone around the anything, it seems you are net best possible deal for the bbc which a special dianne oxberry proset has gainers from this process. can i been growing in her memory and some world for us and we have followed it is what we did. it was tough, really flowers grown by local dutifully around and got to play in ha rd is what we did. it was tough, really hard going and we negotiated things schoolchildren from seeds given out places we never played before. it's which we felt could counterbalance at the memorial service for dianne. the over 75. if you felt that an incredible thing. what do you just say, the idea we are not it's really special for us to be think... the song, it is a love honouring the original agreement is strongly about it, dodge accepted here, but it's not the same, we miss wrong. i refute that and resent it. this without consulting formerly the bbc executive board.” here, but it's not the same, we miss herand ballad but you are in love at the this without consulting formerly the bbc executive board. i was consulting all the time. that word here, but it's not the same, we miss her and wish she was here. thank you we absolutely are honouring the agreement we came to with george for joining her and wish she was here. thank you forjoining us, sorry about the time you wrote it. that help interruption. it‘s a difficult day is seared on my mind. i remember osborne and john whittingdale to the co nsta ntly is seared on my mind. i remember for many of you there and we‘ll be sometimes to write a love song. the t. honestly, if you want to come out constantly talking with the executive board but it was the bbc thinking of her as well. ijust want and say things like you're not trust who‘s had to say yes or no. honouring the agreement, you are to show you what‘s happening out wind was... we were in a studio wrong. this is crucial that i established this, because we are portrush. donna‘s disappeared, and i myself and the producer, and we carrying out what the government a man has accepted responsibility said we should do to the t. to for the killing of a heavily don‘t blame her one bit. newsline spent about three hours writing. —— pregnant woman, the old bailey has been told. answer your point about the he is the former partner of 26—year
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the wine help. i wrote ten songs old kelly mary fauvrelle, tonight will have the latest from that night, five of them ended up on concessions package. cpi, as i who was eight months pregnant when she was killed at her home. there, looking grim. the forecast, explained earlier, given the amount her baby riley was delivered at you‘ll have to watch newsline of inflation there is in media, the scene but died four days later. tonight to find out what is in store eyes 0pen which is the album chasing ca rs eyes 0pen which is the album chasing cars is on. that was the most 25—year—old aaron mckenzie arrived for golfers there. but that is at the old bailey today given the fact it wasn't carried out wearing a black tracksuit charged productive night i had another one over the entirety of our budget... with the murder of his pregnant nationwide tonight. thank you very like it. i've spent a lot of nights ex—girlfriend kelly mary fauvrelle. in cash terms, what has it meant? inside the courtroom, he accepted writing songs are not use any of responsibility for her killing. much. and if you would like to see what we‘ve been told them so to have a night where i get so far by the police is that on the morning of the 29th five out of it is pretty great. did the issue is that it's not keeping more in any of those stories, you ofjune, very early on, up they heard screams come can more in any of those stories, you the issue is that it's not keeping up with our costs. the iplayer from the downstairs ca n a ccess more in any of those stories, you can access them via bbc iplayer. and loophole, which are estimated bedroom. that was in fact kelly who was a reminder, we go nationwide every somewhere around 150 million, the pregnant, eight months pregnant you get out there straightaway? did i should say, who had just weekday afternoon at 4:30pm here on you get out there straightaway? did government did not feel that in you write it and that was it? were quite as we wanted, the only date been stabbed to death. afternoon live. the ten attempts? how did it work? the ambulance crews from the point of view of the bbc unfortunately could not bring her back to life but they did manage the song came not exactly fully to deliver her little baby boy who usage of the iplayer. this meant that was actually short by the tune was named riley by the family. formed. we had to work on the unfortunately, after spending five structure a little bit about the days in hospital, he sadly passed of 45 million, not the 150 million away. this incident was actually raised verse structure a little bit about the verse and chorus, everything was in you are estimating to me. in all in parliament at the time during pmqs by the labour place that night, the first night mp stephen reed whose sorts of ways, we brought in less constituency croydon north actually concludes the place from these reforms than we thought. where this happened. and that's life, it looked like we he challenged the prime minister, that i wrote it. it was... it came would do fine out of it, but it's asking her to do more to tackle knife crime. reasonably fully formed and dealing aaron mckenzie will be back works came that night as well. —— not turned out that way. so can you cu ...the brother in the courtroom on the 2nd of of the manchester arena suicide 0ctoberfor a plea hearing and the lyrics came that night as with a provisional bomber has arrived back in the uk, get back to the committee with a trial start date set in december. having been extradited from libya. well. it's not a way i write figure of what, in actual terms, you hashem abedi was arrested by the anymore. i do a lot of editing of british authorities this afternoon — the and that. back then, it was feel the benefits of this shortly after his plane landed
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concessions you won were? that's why at a london airport. and here is the police van taking him into a south almost a stream of consciousness so we put a figure of 250 on what we london police station — ido almost a stream of consciousness so just a little earlier i do not know what that says about think we should be doing to support this afternoon. me then or what it says about me now abedi had already been charged the over 755 concession is a board. with the murder of the 22 victims, but here we are. let me ask you, how attempted murder and conspiracy do you think you have changed in to cause an explosion likely to endanger life. he was detained in libya in the days that time? and what happened to her? no, what i'm asking is this after his older brother — if you write a song like that about concessions at the bbc won in the salman abedi — killed 22 people at an ariana grande concert in 2017. somebody, that must have been quite discussion, the iplayer loophole, a relationship. i've written love those pictures just in, those picturesjust in, showing his arrival at central london police top slicing and licence fee, what in station. as we aim to reduce our carbon songs before. i spent most of the emissions, demand is growing reality has not been worth it to the for electric cars, that was leigh milner reporting fly but many people still have bbc or will it be worse by the concerns about how long it songs before. i spent most of the from the old bailey. takes to charge them. songs that i write about you‘re watching afternoon live, today, a network of faster relationships work when time...?i bbc or will it be worse by the time...? iwill bbc or will it be worse by the these are our headlines... plug—in points is being relationships work when relationships and so they have a time. . . ? i will happily come bbc or will it be worse by the time...? i will happily come back launched across the uk. hashem abedi — the brother dan simmons reports. without. these figures are at the sales of electric cars in uk have bittersweet emphasis, may be more on of the manchester arena bomber — been growing steadily is arrested on suspicion the sadder side of things. there's of murdering the 22 victims over the past few years. time is the decisions were made. my after being extradited from libya. yet they still only make up about 3% not that many love songs i've in her last major speech written. i do not think it's a good as prime minister, of all new registrations. theresa may says she‘s worried point is, their assumptions at the about the state of politics for many motorists, the thought of using them for time to reflect when you're happy, time, but those assumptions have and public debate here and abroad. longerjourneys brings anxiety worked out. i think that is a a man has been convicted in india about how long it takes we reflect better when we have a to recharge the battery. little bit of sadness about things over the rape and killing of british teenager scarlett keeling perfectly reasonable po5ition, in goa in 2008. close encounter with a humpback while the number of charging points but we are still friends, by the worked out. i think that is a perfectly reasonable position, and i think it also reflects that, at the whale — i‘ll be talking has increased rapidly to the 14—year—old who saw this way. but not together. i'm single, time in 2015, you might of been giant pop out of the sea over the past two years, 5lightly time in 2015, you might of been slightly more bullish about the the time it takes to fill up ability to get this through without of the coast of ireland. still but as far as the type of remains lengthy compared to petrol. most of the uk‘s fast—charging having to be put through significant stations operate
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writer i was then, very different to means testing. you're looking at two and in sport, after his world cup at about 50 kilowatts. what i am now. i take a lot of time thirds of the obligation, because that‘s enough to fill the5e thirds of the obligation, because these figures may have been centred performances, batsmen jason over lyrics now. for better or and in sport, after his world cup performances, batsmenjason roy has earned a call—up to the test squad. a family car up to about 80% ina more these figures may have been centred in a more favourable light, in which in roughly 45 minutes, worse. hopefully better. i edit a case the money would have been there and offset the obligation 5he case the money would have been there and offset the obligation she would have to take on. but it isn't worked the ashes begin on the 1st of depending on conditions. lot more and take care over every august. steve bruce has been word but back then it was more of these new superchargers, though, out that way, and so while it's it promise to cut that time to just eight minutes. just letting the song take me where appointed as manager of newcastle it wanted. in many ways, it was used i5 out that way, and so while it's it is understandable you felt the united, a move criticised by fine we‘re saying that high—power government which are in a position groups for a lacking ambition, and charging will be identical we had no choice, but i also think england are on course to book a to petrol engine cars. for promos for television shows like semifinal spot in the netball world you entered into it thinking you could deliver it. we could... if we there will be no difference, it cup, currently leading trinidad and g rey‘s for promos for television shows like grey's anatomy. does that help a tobago in their match in liverpool will be easy, simple, and seamless. song like that? for sure, it this afternoon. more to come in all but there is a catch. definitely does. radio obviously has could deliver it. we could... if we not one of these new electric cars could reform — and that's a big question, because of those stories that have passed. released this year are built to take we had to go through a consultation a charge that quickly. been a big benefit to us. notjust and it might have gone the other way although the pump will automatically for chasing cars but for the likes if other things to do with cpi and reduce the power to match inflation in the media industry and the us house of representatives what the vehicle can manage. has voted to condemn other things worked out ok, we could president trump as racist, after he told four non—white, so this current car, until now, democratic congresswomen to go back will charge at 150 kilowatts of run and open your eyes. all of probably get through, that's what we to the countries they came from. in around 30 minutes orjust under. our hits, a lot of them have been thought. but life does not work out every democrat in the house supported the symbolic resolution, further down the line, success all because of radio. we are that way. that's lord hall, which said the president had lucky to get them played as much as legitimised hatred — in about a year‘s time, but only four republicans backed it. there will be another vehicle that we do but i think it is also like tv three of the congresswomen involved were born in america; sometimes angry exchange and i5 the fourth is a us citizen. comes that we will sell which can do our north america correspondent there with damian collins, the chair that in under ten minutes with this of the select committee with the david willis reports. much faster charger. shows giving you another way to kind 40 of these souped—up charging
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of get introduced to a song and it's director—general of debu55y in5isting director—general of debu55y these comments from the white house stations will roll out across the uk insisting that the next time the are disgraceful and disgusting between now and the end of next licence fee is negotiated, it be year, offering many ev motorists and these comments are racist... a row that started in cyberspace a much quicker charge, done with parliamentary involvement. became all the more human, even if it‘ll take a year almost taken the place of radio in not to mention personal, or two before they can on the floor of —— deck director—general of the bbc. the nation‘s capital. be used on full power. some places now. you know, shows he said, ifeel strongly —— deck director—general of the bbc. he said, i feel strongly about this, president trump urged these four like love island on tv at the congresswomen of colour, the licence fee being withdrawn from vocal critics of his administration, maryam moshiri is here, moment, that seems to be a hit maker to "go back to where and there are shows like that that they came from." in a moment she‘ll be telling mo5t over 755, i feel strongly that kind of have a massive effect on this must not happen again. it us what‘s hot and what‘s not in the business news. songs that are on there. tv does first, a look at the headlines happens over a period of a few days on afternoon live: have a massive effect on music. and behind closed doors. i think when it hashem abedi — the brother of the manchester arena bomber — is arrested on suspicion of murdering the 22 victims comes to 2021, next time it is negotiated, it needs to be in plain after being extradited from libya. they should love our country. sight with parliamentary involvement in her last major speech it has managed to do that for us. ina way sight with parliamentary involvement in a way that allows proper debate they shouldn't hate our country. as prime minister, to ta ke you look at what they've said... theresa may says she‘s worried gary, i was hoping to get through in a way that allows proper debate i have clips right here. about the state of politics to take place. angry at 5ugge5tion5 the most vile, horrible and public debate here and abroad. three hours of television without statements about our country, mentioning love island but that is that the bbc have not honoured its about israel, about others. it's up to them — a man has been convicted in india out the window. sorry for bringing over the rape and killing agreements. we will keep an eye on they can do what they want. they can leave, they can stay, of british teenager scarlett keeling it up. we saw the video, you're that, any further development, we but they should love our country. in goa in 2008. lying down most of the time. i was will bring them to you. america has always been about the triumph of people going to ask you to do part of the the husband of the british—iranian woman nazanin zaghari—ratcliffe, who fight for everyone versus those interview lying down on the ground who was jailed in iran in 2016, who want to preserve rights but there is no room in the studio says she has been transferred for just a select few. to do so. i'm six foot four and this and there is no bottom to the barrel here‘s your business to a psychiatric ward. headlines on afternoon live: richard ratcliffe says of vitriol that will be used inflation held steady at 2% room is about three foot wide so his wife is being held last month, according by the iranian revolutionary guard and weaponised to stifle those to the latest official figures. here we are. it will not work. i'm in a tehran hospital. who want to advance rights nazanin zaghari—ratcliffe for all people in the united states. it means that prices are rising less was convicted of spying charges, quickly than average wages,
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sitting up straight. give it a go. which she and the british which rose 3.6% in may. government say are false. republicans sought to have that‘s the highest rate since 2008 lie down, i've got one question to let's speak to nazanin's nancy pelosi‘s racist accusations struck from the record. and means we should feel a little better off. ask you. no. white make the question husband richard now. the pound has fallen below $1.24 thank you for waiting. richards, to a more than two—year low, i want to ask you is, what does it with investors worried over say about us that this is the most can her words be taken down? listened to song of the 21st head things got better or worse? i make a point of order that the gentlewoman's words the growing risk century? does it say we are quite a it's hard to say. you're right, she are unparliamentary and ask for them of a no—deal brexit. to be taken down. the fall means imported goods romantic bunch? more romantic than the ill tempered partisan brawling people give us credit for? yeah, i'd and services will cost more, has been transferred to hospital, and holiday makers heading overseas that ensued proved too much this summer will find like to think so. i have a lot of their holiday is more expensive. her mental health is not great and faith in humanity. what is on the 5he for the acting house chairman. her mental health is not great and she needs treatments, so it looks we want to just fight. the move though does make uk—made like that might be happening. at the i abandon the chair. products cheaper when exported. news isn't everything. it's not the same time, she has been transferred human story. i see a lot of amazing the french finance minister to hospital under control of the is urging a group of the world‘s biggest economies to work together things in the world and i'd like to revolutionary guard. they don't on on a plan to tax tech firms. the get involved in medical think that romance and love, and the uk says it‘s planning treatment and other prisoners' to press ahead with a 2% tax cases. the fact she is under their the house voted to allow optimism are some of our great nancy pelosi to call the president on sales from april, a racist and lawmakers lined up but will ditch the plan if an international to tell of the effect racism had had on them. agreement can be reached. traits and strengths. optimism are some of our great traits and strengthslj optimism are some of our great traits and strengths. i was at a control, no family access has been concert last night and there are i know racism when i see it. some love songs. i was wondering allowed so far, nobody knows except what you listen to, what gets you they what treatment she's having, i know racism when i feel it. that's ominou5. when it was and at the highest level announced it would happen, as we of government, there is no room for racism. relaxed? gets me relaxed? i mean... have not been able to get access, we the markets have closed? they have, have not been able to get access, we have become more negative. whites of what is your fear about the and make no mistake, when people tell me to go
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marvin gaye, ella fitzgerald, aretha involvement of the revolutionary back to where i came from, thank goodness i‘m back, because guard? generally when they are that is a racist insult, i‘ve not been on the programme told. because that's based on race! franklin. you know, any great music. involved, bad things happen. i am did miss me? lots of e-mails! generally wary when they get i am a proud naturalised citizen, involved, it is clearly political. born in india, a proud patriot, really? not even my mum? the pound but neil young... i listen to a she is isolated and she will be pressured in all sorts of ways. it a proud person who belongs in this country and it's not the first time i've heard, is down against the dollar, which is may simply be that they want to keep "go back to your country", ridiculous amount of music all the control of the situation at my fears what i wanted to show you, it has time, so many great new bands that but it is the first time are misplaced, but my granderfears i have heard it coming from the white house. recovered somewhat, but investors are, the last time she met with the are... and artist around at the right now are pretty worried. moment, it is a great time for music revolutionary guards, when she was the president has said he does not they‘re worried about the prospects on hunger strike, there was pressure in the uk. not exactly relaxing have a racist bone in his body. in october of a no—deal brexit. saga music, quite the opposite in a a lot but in a virtually unprecedented on hunger strike, there was pressure on her to sign confessions and move, the house voted nonetheless of ways but sam fender i think is to condemn his original tweet. announcements of the british yet far from settling the matter, the most exciting thing about government and pressure a number of british rock music at the moment and ways that were stre55ful. if she's the debate served to underline how firm, its share price is up. perhaps combustible as an issue race has summary i'm very excited about.|j stuck in a psychiatric ward without become in 21st—century america. we can explain why that will happen. summary i'm very excited about.” anyfamily david willis, bbc news, washington. will get in trouble. i have one tiny stuck in a psychiatric ward without any family contact5, goodness knows what will happen. it is difficult to questions for you. —— one tiny joining us now is richard hunter. questions for you. —— one tiny question for you, chasing cars, it know if she is getting treatments, we‘ll talk about saga again moments, was your father who inspire that, wasn't it? tell the story about but if she is, that is positive?” but firstly pounds. a key barometer that? it was not my i'm not going to know, what are we complaining about, house prices in london have fallen of how investors in the city view we have asked for medical treatment at their fastest pace and if she is getting that, that's what‘s going on at westminster? since the financial crash a decade ago. tell the story it but it was a dig good. my father and will try to get new figures from the office for national statistics show that at me that he used to have when i access good. my father and will try to get acce55 yesterday good. my father and will try to get while average prices across the uk you‘ve nailed it, fears of an ideal access yesterday and could not, so are still rising, prices was younger and he's not doing so in the capital were 4.4 % lower we have asked a psychiatrist 5he growing and that is putting pressure access yesterday and could not, so we have asked a psychiatrist she was seeing and present it to see if she in may than a year earlier.
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well the moment so lots of love to our economics correspondent on sterling. on top of that, we‘ve can get access. if you can find out andy verity reports. big jack, i'm thinking about you. we what treatment is going on, if the over the whole of the uk, had some tepid economic data in the on average, house prices british embassy is cable to get acce55, are still rising, even at a slower uk, generally showing growth, but join you on that. we hope he is on british embassy is cable to get access , we british embassy is cable to get access, we will be reassured. the rate of four of 1.2%. also this concern that the growth in the year to may the average price the road to recovery. i wish you could have been a lot stronger if we rose by £2000 to 229,000 according well. many, many congratulations for foreign office minister has said to the land registry. that the british embassy are seeking house prices have been hadn‘t had the brexit spectra for this. it's a great accolade and doing that for a decade, really good to talk to you. thank consular access. given the difficult becoming less and less affordable the last three years or so. and in relationship and the increasingly and forcing young families to live you very much. cheers, simon. good difficult relationship between the in rented accommodation. but in the british housing market, terms of a pure investment, to talk to you. that's really good. uk and iran at the moment, would london usually leads the way investors are looking elsewhere. you in booms as well as busts. that make any difference?” thank you very much, gary lightbody. have the haven of the likes of the uk and iran at the moment, would that make any difference? i think it i5 that make any difference? i think it is outrageous that consular access japanese yen or the us dollar, the prices rise first in you're watching afternoon live, i5 the capital in the boom, these are our headlines... is outrageous that consular access is not provided in nazanin's case and when there‘s a downturn, biggest currency in the world, they tend to fall before and others. many countries have this the rest of the country. showing no signs of weakening, hashem abedi — the brother despite the fact that the general of the manchester arena bomber — is on a flight back to the uk, direction of interest rates in the problem. there's a way in which states seems to be downwards. and after being extradited from libya. theresa may puts more pressure london‘s price fall of 4.4% foreign nationals are used as on average is the biggest fall on jeremy corbyn over anti—semitism bargaining chips. also, you're the price of oil is up today, brent in the labour party. since 2009 when the financial crisis the former partner of was in full swing. kelly fauvrelle, who was stabbed what these figures show crude, told me through what that to death while heavily pregnant, is that the average london home has accepted responsiblity right, relations have deteriorated fell in price by £21,000 for her killing. recently and that is not good for means and what‘s happening? in the year to may. crude, told me through what that means and what's happening? that is the average terraced house, something of a bounce back, as u5, recently and that is not good for us, it is caused uneasiness and that fell by about £14,000. ten5ion. the average semidetached a lwa ys something of a bounce back, as always with oil, it remains in the and in sport... us, it is caused uneasiness and tension. the silver lining is, you by £23,000 and the average detached house by £55,000. after his world cup terms of supply and demand. there performances, batsmanjason roy earns a call—up to england's test squad. think, gosh, if people are looking are geopolitical issues with iran, he's been selected for a warm—up at de—escalation and ways of the states saying that they are test against ireland improving thing, either for a going to be speaking to iran. around at lord's next week. the ashes begin nazanin's release or improvement in her conditions, that will be one way placing they are not willing to
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on the 1st of august. speak to the states at the moment. of securing that. there was a man steve bruce has been appointed and any crimp on the supply side at as manager of newcastle united what‘s striking about the price that stage, coupled with a slightly on a three—year deal, talking in parliament recently and falls is that they are taking place a move cricticised by fans groups 5aid at a time when mortgages are much lower us oil infantry, tends to mean for lacking ambition. talking in parliament recently and said it would be good for relations and england can guarantee themselves cheaper than they used to be. asemi final spot at the the house price falls netball world cup if they beat with iran if there was progress in acceleration within london comes that the oil price will bounce back. down to two factors, one that is short—term triniadad and tobago this afternoon. this case. but it's not knowing, is uncertainty around future household finances -- oil that the oil price will bounce back. i'll be back with more and what brexit might mean. isn't it? it has been so long, i now clearly, there is that uncertainty —— oil infantry. that drags on and that becomes that the oil price will bounce back. a realfactor in london. -- oil infantry. saga is the over on those stores later. have a very keen sense of when 505 specialist, insurance, holidays, amongst other things. wines that things if you're not right. secondly, long term. the house price growth we saw share price of nearly 14% today? certainly, we were very hopeful with the announcement of medical about 2016 meaning that in an age the us house of where mortgages are regulated, amongst other things. wines that representatives has voted to condemn president trump share price of nearly 14% today7m terms of there‘s been a declaration treatments, two days later, we are you are hit up against the limits as racist, after he told four of how much people are able non—white, democratic congresswomen le55 hopeful, not knowing about to borrow and the amount of debt ofan terms of there‘s been a declaration to go back to the countries access and the like. i feel it could of an activist investor in the they came from. which they are able every democrat in the house to get from their lender. background, taking a stake ofjust supported the symbolic resolution, have been bad news, so will be that is set to act as a longer—term which said the president had legitimised hatred — pressing to see what could happen. over 5%, that is the reason for but only four republicans backed it. drag on london house prices. today‘s share price hike. in order what is the treatment you think she need5? at today‘s share price hike. in order to put this into perspective, what is the treatment you think she needs? at on one level, i don't the big freebie that many homeowners because of its reliance on three of the congresswomen involved thought they were enjoying were born in america, know. she is clearly mentally between 1996 and 2008 when prices insurance, saga has been under the the fourth is a us citizen. trebled was often at the expense fragile, the psychiatrist 5aw of their children and grandchildren. cosh. it floated in may 2014, since 0ur north america correspondent know. she is clearly mentally fragile, the psychiatrist saw her a borrowing very large sums to pay few weeks ago and i5 david willis reports. fragile, the psychiatrist saw her a few weeks ago and is recommended you go to hospital. she is on the phone barely—reachable prices of those who have enjoyed the decade‘s long when its shares are down over 70%. these comments from the white house run—up in house prices may fear are disgraceful and disgusting. fragile and talks of being anxious a house price crash but many younger people who can‘t afford down nearly 80% since its high in all the time, panic attacks when she to own their own home tries to sleep. what treatments one would welcome it. andy verity, bbc news. 2016. so despite its recent philip,
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needs to lay that to rest, i don't —— these comments from the white know. at the short answer is house are disgraceful and disgusting of 30% or so, that‘s coming from a and these comments are racist... probably to be able to go home. more much lower base. before you go, you a row that started in cyberspace became all the more human, broadly, we haven't been able to get not to mention personal, on the floor of access to medical records, the have worked in the city for many the nation's capital. a 14—year—old boy had the most president trump urged these four pri5on authorities are keeping that extraordinary encounter off yea rs, have worked in the city for many years, what is the mood in the city congresswomen of colour, the coast of county kerry, vocal critics of his administration, guarded. you must get fed up of about what is going on politically to "go back to where by coming face—to—face with a humpback whale. they came from." being drawn into the politics and and the change were expecting? to be tomas deane was out sailing they should love our country. with his dad terry on their rib they shouldn't hate our country. boat when the whale honest, if we can bear today to a you look at what they've said... the role of jeremy being drawn into the politics and the role ofjeremy hunt, the role of "skyhopped" out of the water. year ago, nothing has really i have clips right here. bori5 the role ofjeremy hunt, the role of terry said the pair were shaking, the most vile, horrible borisjohn5on, the role ofjeremy hunt, the role of boris johnson, and they changed. we don‘t know whether there statements about our country, the role ofjeremy hunt, the role of borisjohn5on, and they are fighting about israel, about others. their own battle at the moment. i'm will be a deal, whether the eu are it's up to them — going to stick to their guns and they can do what they want. not with fear — but in awe. wondering where you feel that you've keep us exactly where we are, and we they can leave, they can stay, but they should love our country. been let down the? there's a way don‘t know what a wto trade deal america has always been and we can speak now to 14—year—old about the triumph of people who fight for everyone versus those tomas and his dad terry, might look like post—october. are to who join us via webcam who want to preserve rights which the foreign office gives be perfectly honest, uncertainty for just a select few. advice to keep quiet and saying that and there is no bottom to the barrel from county kerry in ireland. they don't want our kids to get prevails. the only thing that has of vitriol that will be used and weaponised to stifle those terry, first of all, just explain, political. we are involved in you went out on the rear but looking changed, as we have been discussing, who want to advance rights is the likelihood of no deal seems for all people in the united states. for wales, is that right? that is to have increased, which is putting domestic and international politics, though. in terms of my fru5tration5, sterling under pressure. as always, right, we left on the friday morning hoping to come across humpback lovely to have you on the programme. i think two, one, it's clear that whales and luckily enough, we were only 13 or 14 miles into our trip that‘s the markets. lovely to have you on the programme. that's the markets. anything else the iranian practice is to use going on? in my life, or... ? i'm republicans sought to have nancy pelosi's racist accusations
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struck from the record. people as bargaining chips. at the when we encountered one humpback uk mu5t people as bargaining chips. at the whale and we were delighted. three uk must be robust and say that's not here with you, simon, what more could i want from my afternoon? acceptable. that means working with of them surfaced and we realised we can her words be taken down? other countries are making this an international i55ue other countries are making this an international issue and say that's had found three. we were watching that‘s my mum talking in my ear, i make a point of order not acceptable. that means working that the gentlewoman's words with other countries are making this are unparliamentary and ask for them an international i55ue sorry! it‘s only water, i haven‘t with other countries are making this an international issue at the un. secondly, i think it took a long them feeding for a while and, after to be taken down. time for the british government to a while, the feeling went quiet, and had any! we believe you. say that nazanin i5 the ill—tempered partisan brawling that ensued proved too much it is like theyjust came over to for the acting house chairman. time for the british government to say that nazanin is innocent. we we want to just fight. have had a battle of the foreign check us out and check the board out, and that is when the magic took i abandon the chair. office, getting them to stand up for police at barcelona‘s el prat nazanin, and they should do that for airport have arrested a man who attempted to smuggle half the house voted to allow other cases as well. frustrated, for nancy pelosi to call the president place that we saw them close to the a kilogram of cocaine under his wig. officials say the passenger — a racist and lawmakers lined up to tell of the effect who arrived on a flight racism had had on them. sure, are you angry? not angry, at rain and one went into the air, from bogota in colombia — i know racism when i see it. this point, it is partly myjob to looked at us and slowly slid back ju5t this point, it is partly myjob to just keep going and keep pushing. was nervous. i know racism when i feel it. down into the water again. we'll have a new prime minister its but they were most attracted own, we will need to see who the new by the size of his toupee. and at the highest level foreign secretary as. myjob will be and after he was asked to remove it of government, there they found 503 grams is no room for racism. of cocaine glued to his head. to knock on the door of the prime the cocaine being smuggled minister and make sure her case is a basically, what the humpback whale by the wanna—be pablo escobarnet top priority. thank you for talking and make no mistake, was doing was having a good look at was estimated to be when people tell me to go back with us. you while you were having a good to where i came from, look at them. yeah. how did you worth around £27,000. that is a racist insult, because that's based on race! there5a may is making a speech about domestic politics feel? sign that it was amazing. a i am a proud naturalised citizen, and internation relations before the man has toupee‘d for his crime with prison — born in india, a proud patriot, 5he steps down as prime minister. and is on the fringe a proud person who belongs in this
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she will be doing that at chatham lot of people would feel quite of a long sentence. country and it's not house and we will take you over to frightened because you could not tell what would happen next but you as we all are. that speech, possibly one of the are not afraid at any point? no, i now it‘s time for a look the first time i've heard, last major speeches before she gives at the weather with nick miller. was not scared, i know they are very "go back to your country", up last major speeches before she gives up the premiership. that's to come, but it is the first time i have heard it coming gentle. terry, no one can even wish from the white house. the advertise changed to low the president has said he does not but now the weather, we cross the pressure with unsettled weather in have a racist bone in his body. to see something like that, what was but in a virtually unprecedented newsroom but now the weather, we cross the new5room and we hand to him. rain control, and it is raining in move, the house voted nonetheless northern ireland and scotland. this to condemn his original tweet. yet far from settling the matter, going through your head? you grabbed era of low pressure feeding weather the debate served to underline how his phone to take a video. that's fronts our way and that will combustible as an issue race has become in 21st—century america. correct, there was too at the side around an unsettled weather. if continue into tonight. this is a david willis, bbc news, washington. you're being wanting some rain on of the boat. we had to go pro into the garden, ju5t you're being wanting some rain on look at the long—term picture, you the garden, just about anywhere in the garden, just about anywhere in the water, filming under the water can see the extent of the rain and the uk, going to see some. but most and the other one spy hopped out of the heavier purse in northern of it is across scotland, moving ireland and western scotland, salih khater, the man the water so we managed to stay pushing into wales and western parts who drove his car at cyclists, through northern ireland towards of england through the afternoon. pedestrians and police officers wales in western england is. cooler in westminster last august, the southern flank of this front, has been found guilty of two counts weather here. still 5un5hine in the calm. that was remarkable. it was a of attempted murder. khater, who's 30, raina very the southern flank of this front, rain a very patchy in nature. big ploughed his ford fiesta into a group of people who had east. 0utbreak5 weather here. still 5un5hine in the east. outbrea ks of stopped at a red light outside weather here. still 5un5hine in the east. outbreaks of rain are pushing great display. tomas, it's obvious area of high cloud ahead, so eastwards, clearing skies in the houses of parliament. scotla nd he then careered into a security eastwards, clearing skies in scotland and northern ireland, but sunshine in eastern england hazy lane and crashed into barriers showers for some of us later in the as two police officers jumped out he isa great display. tomas, it's obvious he is a lot bigger than you but when this afternoon, but a few spots into of the way. night. a mild, muggy night out he is a lot bigger than you but when he was that close to you, what is the upper 205. where you have the the attack was caught on cctv going through your mind? yeah, i towards the south east, some banshee right, it will feel cooler than it footage which was played in court. rain. but not amounting to two much. has, breezy as well. clearing for knew he would never hit me but on a man has been convicted over tomorrow, england and wales mainly
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the rape and killing of british much of the country tonight. the video, he seems big but in real teenager scarlett keeling in the indian holiday sunshine coming through in northern resort of goa in 2008. dry, showers pushing into northern life he was way bigger. way bigger. ireland and the western isles. england, and most of them in that‘s an understatement, isn‘t it? northern ireland and scotland, some patchy rain in england, of a nights thundery a5 northern ireland and scotland, some thundery as well. but there will be the conviction comes just looking at this. hasn‘t really come into the south east, butcher‘s sunny spell5 around too. and weather sunkin after a long trial and campaign just looking at this. hasn‘t really sunk injust just looking at this. hasn‘t really sunk in just what a magical by scarlett‘s family system sunny spells around too. and weather experience you‘ve had? feeling rather warm through the system coming in from the atlantic to reopen the investigation. night. cooling down to single figures in scotland and northern samson d'souza was found guilty for friday, clearing for saturday. sunk in just what a magical experience you've had? not yet, i of charges including assault, don‘t think. ireland. here we have sunny spells, destruction of evidence sunday looking mostly dry, but and providing narcotics. experience you've had? not yet, i don't think. it was remarkable, the a second man was cleared wetter in the west later in the day. of involvement. three were there, the spy hope was showers heavy and thundery, some the italian crime writer the highlight of it but you whole and filmmaker andrea camilleri, feeding into northern england. has died at the age of 93. patchy rain clearing from eastern 15... we must spend 15 minutes going he's best known for creating under the boat, around the boat, so england, the sun coming out, and the sicilian detective, much of england and wales feeling inspector montalbano, who featured in a television series that's been broadcast worldwide. hello, you're watching close and the whole thing was dry with sunny spells and lows in camilleri had been in afternoon live. hospital since suffering i'm simon mccoy. absolutely remarkable. the the mid 205. nudging a 20 in the a cardiac arrest last month. today at 3... experience was a lovely, sunny day hashem abedi — the brother of the manchester arena bomber — and conditions were perfect. it was warm parts of scotland and northern is expected to land in the uk absolutely fantastic. tomas, you got ireland. open golf at royal shortly after being extradited from libya. portraits tomorrow. shower is home and told people you had come up at pmqs theresa may puts more pressure onjeremy corbyn over close and personal with a humpback thousands of discarded banana skins perhaps heavy but patchy rain on are being found littered anti—semitism in the labour party. whale, nobody i guess believed you saturday in the breeze picking up across the uk's national parks. and you had to show them the video? again later. rain on the final day yeah, i sent the video too if few of the prime minister is making on sunday, coming in later in the a speech shortly in her my friends after. what they say to day, depending how long the play, most people don't realise final week in thejob — the weather will be a factor. that the peelings can take as long we'll bring you that live. you? they thought it was amazing. as two years to degrade. a man has been convicted in india a litter pick over two days friday, low pressure sending over the rape and killing of british terry, just for a second, let‘s be last week by a member teenager scarlett keeling raining, more of england and wales
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of mountain clean—up campaign, the real3pea ks challenge, in goa in 2008. serious. was there a risk? some are seeing wetter weather on friday, collected 8kgs of banana skins left by some of the 160,000 visitors coming up on afternoon people will see how close you were to britain's highest and it would not take much on one of is that pushes eastwards. stronger these humpback whales to flip over a winds as well, at the very least, mountain, ben nevis. live, all the sport. river that size? it would not. they cher was moving through northern ireland and into scotland, some of these quite heavy at times. it is time for a look at the weather. are about 35 tonne in weight. you high teens and 205 at this stage. canjust are about 35 tonne in weight. you can just see by their behaviour that yeah, jason royle has been called up they were moving so slowly. they the weekend will see this weather here's nick miller. system clear away, thundery showers to the test squad after his world it's going to reign over ben nevis, cup heroics. and rain on the way could come to within an inch of the isn't it? across some parts of the uk that boat if they wanted without touching on saturday, sunday driver, but that have hardly any so far this month. chance of rain coming back into more details on forecast. northern ireland with freshening something odd is going on today. it. just the way they were behaving, this is the radar picture. how it works as it sends out a little beam wind. over the atmosphere into... what's slowly and gently, had no time would thanks. you have any worry about that. also coming up... the word? head something and sends a slowly and gently, had no time would you have any worry about thatm was quite clear at one point they we re was quite clear at one point they were just was quite clear at one point they werejust coming to was quite clear at one point they were just coming to have a look at little signal... then take a while you. absolutely. they are super snow patrol‘s chasing cars is to go wrong, did it? is there a crowned the most played song of the intelligent creatures and they would ba na na to go wrong, did it? is there a banana skin down here? definitely communicate with you if they could. it seems not to be far it bounces back off something, into 215t crowned the most played song of the away from that because that is how something. into... it hits 21st century. long they spent there looking at us, something, bounces back off, sends a hello, everyone, this they were really trying to make some is afternoon live. signal back to the radar station and form of communication so it was
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you get an idea of what it hit. the i'm simon mccoy. fantastic. white might just the younger brother form of communication so it was fantastic. white mightjust run that by me. i‘m justjealous. anybody bigger the thing it has hit, the of the manchester arena suicide bigger the thing it has hit, the bomber is being extradited seeing these pictures will go, i bigger the thing it has hit, the bigger the raindrop and then it paints a picture on our radar to the uk. wish i was there. what does it feel picture here. the dark blue is the hashem abedi was arrested in libya bigger raindrops. you can see the shortly after his brother — salman abedi — blew himself up like? it's just rain, it follows through northern at an ariana grande concert ireland into western scotland, that at in may two years ago, is rain. look down toward the isle killing 22 people. wish i was there. what does it feel like? it'sjust magical, the sun is both brothers travelled shining, the visibility was clear so to libya in april, before of wight, i can help you... i can go salman abedi returned alone. we could see perfectly into the greater manchester police said in november last year it had water and witness every inch of in. look at that. you would think, been granted a warrant them. we were trying to record it as for the arrest of hashem. 0k, in. look at that. you would think, ok, i bit of rain going on down it's not yet clear what will happen to him immediately on his well but we were just so happy to be there. actually, that is not the return to the uk. case because there isn't any rain there and there is no control over bearing clouds down the case because matt graveling gave me the latest. there isn't any rain bearing clouds it. if it happens, it happens. they are nerdy moment, just icloud, just hazy. in the last few hours, we have heard just moved in and stayed there for what is it? that hashem abedi is being as long as they wanted. all you have extradited from libya to the uk. he is the brother to do is wait and see. there were if you get the idea that it is beams of salman abedi who was the man responsible times at the three of them around, are bouncing back... we will not get we did not know which way to look. do not know who was going to do what this word. interacting, interfering. into a for the manchester arena bombings. next and it was amazing to sort that today at 5pm — the younger brother out. a quick final word from you, pulse. intro something. into of the manchester arena bomber trouble, that is what we are getting tomas. are you still pinching the tragedy which killed 22 people and yourself? can you believe it? yeah, is arrested in the uk into. left 112 wounded in may of 2017. didn't take long. it comes back. it on suspicion of murder. this happened after a ariana grande concert. hashem abedi was arrested in libya he was arrested in the country a day after the attack in may 2017 — hits something! it rebounds. i will a day after the suicide ican. yourself? can you believe it? yeah, just show you the picture. a flying attack and he was extradited, i can. and i'm guessing around the he‘s been extradited world this has sparked a lot of
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we have been told, on a flight which and charged with murder. left the north—west interest, hasn‘t it, terry? greater manchester police aunt. yes. it's flying ant time for some older people have been saying officers have arrested world this has sparked a lot of interest, hasn't it, terry? yes, we there are swarms of flying ants, of the country at 10:30am bst. are unto yourselves on the bbc today hashem abedi for murder, people talk about flying ants going attempted murder and soi are unto yourselves on the bbc today so i would expect more interest as conspiracy to cause an explosion the home office have well now. we are not used to all of out, they are everywhere. it happens declined to comment. likely to endanger life. injuly, it a spokesman for a specialist out, they are everywhere. it happens in july, it is out, they are everywhere. it happens injuly, it is a bit humid, that terrorist military it. they are the most amazing 22 people were killed and more sort of thing for the flying ants group who was holding hashem abedi have confirmed he was handed over to pictures, thank you for sharing them than 100 injured during the may 2017 are out. so it is swarms flying out, with us. thank you. when is the next a member of the british embassy. manchester arena attack. trip? the weather is a bit broken hitting the... setting the... notice here now for the next few days but we‘ll be talking to our it is quite faint on the radar we have been told he was on a uk correspondent at manchester police headquarters. we are always watching the weather picture. it is not hitting something government owned jet and he is in and the first fine day, we will be as big as a raindrop. they are all his early 205 and is expected to be off again on our adventures. white interviewed by british authorities out this time of year. this led me upon his return. may give us a ring, we will come and the other main stories greater manchester police join you. great to talk to you. on bbc news at five: was granted a warrant for his in her last major speech to research flying ants. that sounds arrest back in november thank you forjoining us this as prime minister, theresa may says 2017 and police have she‘s worried about the state previously said that the of politics and public warrant related to the murder of 22 people, the attempted murder of afternoon. like hard work. your student next others who were injured and follow that. it is down to nick to... when i say it sounds like it's miller to do that. now it‘s time for a conspiracy to cause an explosion. look at the weather. a bit... what do you mean? don't do rain out there, wet day for us so this. when i say it sounds like hard far. the rain is moving further east work. if you're stood next flying thank you. across more of scotland, towards and on the ground, why would you salih khater, the man wales in western england. we may see bother taking off first? why would who drove his car at cyclists, pedestrians and police officers the odd shower breaking down ahead in westminster last august, of that to the wreath where it is you bother taking off first? that has been found guilty of two counts of attempted murder. increasingly yet hazy sunshine. ——
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sounds like hard work. actually, the khater, who's 30, process of doing that means that ploughed his ford fiesta into a group of people who had back to the east. yet the rain at a they go... humour me. you money. the stopped at a red light outside brisk wind, just into the teens. the the houses of parliament. he then careered into a security weather system will take outbreaks lane and crashed into barriers of rain across england and wales as as two police officers jumped out we go through the night and into process thought might be processed of the way. automatically process of doing that a man has accepted responsibility tomorrow morning, turning a bit cool for the killing of a heavily is very... i nearly got fired last pregnant woman, the old bailey but scotland and northern ireland has been told. have clearing skies of the night time. what are you doing? they start he is the former partner of 26—year goes on, a few showers, heading into old kelly mary fauvrelle, a new colony somewhere else. the who was eight months pregnant northern ireland and scotland process of mating in the air ends up tomorrow. some of which will be when she was killed at her home. somewhere else. they start a new her baby riley was delivered at heavy and sundry, outbreaks of rain not amounting to too much. the east colony in flying ants spread. and of england will clear away with the scene but died four days later. then they get picked up on radar. in sunny spells around for that much of england and wales looking dry, a few doing so, they get picked up on 25—year—old aaron mckenzie arrived showers pushing into what northern radar, yes. right. goodness me. at the old bailey today england and still some sports wearing a black tracksuit charged reaching into the mid 205. further that's another box of tissues i'm with the murder of his pregnant ex—girlfriend kelly mary fauvrelle. wet weather heading in on friday, going to need. in the meantime, showers, thunderstorms on saturday, 00:30:39,775 --> 2147483051:52:05,255 sunday for many of us is looking 2147483051:52:05,255 --> 4294966103:13:29,430 dry. nick, let's find out what the inside the courtroom, he accepted responsibility for her killing. weather... i'm not sure what's next. what we've been told so far by the police is that on the morning of the 29th lovely, cloud. so relieved when ofjune, very early on, these appear behind me. i can get on they heard screams come with it. three days in a row of from the downstairs bedroom. that was in fact kelly who was this. there is cloud coming in, rain pregnant, eight months pregnant i should say, who had just coming in as we saw across parts of been stabbed to death.
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northern ireland and scotland. the much advertised change to unsettled weather has arrived with low the ambulance crews unfortunately could not bring pressure so whether france are her back to life but they did manage coming in across the uk. still got to deliver her little baby boy who some hazy sunshine across part of was named riley by the family. eastern england, still warm here, unfortunately, after spending five days in hospital, he sadly passed some sports into the upper 20s but away. the movement of this wet weather is this incident was actually raised eastwards a cross the movement of this wet weather is eastwards across the uk and that is on the southern flank at this stage, in parliament at the time quite patchy in nature. the rain during pmqs by the labour across northern ireland and western mp stephen reed whose scotland. warm to the east, cooler constituency croydon north where you've got the rain and quite actually concludes the place where this happened. breezy as well. a bit of late day he challenged the prime minister, sunshine coming through for them asking her to do more to tackle limo northern ireland under the knife crime. aaron mckenzie will be back western scotland. as likely as i'm through, it is moving its way in the courtroom on the 2nd of 0ctoberfor a plea hearing south—eastward, turning a bit with a provisional lighter as it does so, so if you trial start date set in december. wa nt lighter as it does so, so if you want some rain in the garden, many thank you very much. do across southern parts, there will not be very much, just a little bit going into tomorrow morning. a bit fresher, behind the rain, northern a man has been convicted over the rape and killing of british ireland and scotland, spots in single figures as tomorrow starts, teenager scarlett keeling in the indian holiday resort of goa in 2008. the moral here is sunshine and heavy the conviction comes after a long trial and campaign by scarlett‘s showers, heavy, possibly thunder family to reopen the investigation. you. if you developing in northern samson d'souza was found guilty england. rain clearing and sun of charges including assault,
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coming out in much of england and destruction of evidence and providing narcotics. a second man was cleared wales drive. still if you spot into mid 20s. 0pen golf getting under way of involvement. at royal portrush, whether it is in play for several plays that the a couple have been given life showers are showing up and there sentences for murdering a vulnerable will be a brisk wind at times, woman they were supposed looking actually very windy later on to be caring for. margaret fleming, who had learning difficulties, sunday for the final round so has not been seen since 1999. whether is in play. another area of edward cairney and avriljones were each told they must spent low pressure coming our way, going at least 14 years in prison. jones was also convicted into friday. taking a more southerly of fraudulently claiming ms fleming's benefits. track for this one, we are going to see that rain a bit for south so the hope is for something a bit more substantial on the garden is coming across southern parts of the uk. you theresa may is making a speech can see the extent of the rain feeding north—eastwards across the about domestic politics uk and with that temperatures going to be hiding 20s, some of the and international relations before downpours within that being heavy she steps down as prime minister. infantry. that is why they covered, what about the weekend? clears away, this is the introduction. shejust sat down. you will take her place at left with sunshine, bits are heavy the podium. we will return there in a moment. and possibly thundery. 0n left with sunshine, bits are heavy and possibly thundery. on sunday, looks to be a dry day of the weekend let's get more from our political correspondent jonathan blake. but it is a weather system coming in she is in the final days of her towards the north—west. northern ireland, last day of the gulf, could premiership, what can we expect to
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well see the rain coming in and the say? well, this is part of a continued effort by the prime wind picking up. —— for the golf. minister to frame her legacy and, as for some it is going to turn quite 00:33:08,695 --> 4294966103:13:29,430 hot. that is your latest forecast. you said, the final days of her time in office. your tour this will be a speech about the state of politics here in the uk and abroad but beyond that we know very little about what the prime minister is actually going to say. i think we can expect some broad themes about the rise of populism here in the uk, europe, perhaps in united states as well, and also the lack of compromise and increased polarisation in politics around the world. those are themes which have beset theresa may's premiership to a large extent with her failure premiership to a large extent with herfailure to reach premiership to a large extent with her failure to reach a compromise premiership to a large extent with herfailure to reach a compromise in parliament over brexit and get her deal over the line. it may be a chance for theresa may to get something off her chest, the frustration to that end, but we will have to wait and hear what she has to say because this is probably the penultimate set piece speech that the prime minister will make aside
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from her farewell —— farewell words on the steps of ten downing st when she leaves office next wednesday. there will be prime ministers questions that they as well the time is running out for theresa may to frame her legacy and tell people what she thinks of the state of things as she prepares to step down from office. of course she has had a lively exchange and pm cues with jeremy corbyn —— in prime ministers questions withjeremy corbyn. she will be there next week as well, won't she? that is right, that will be part of a highly choreographed final day in office for theresa may. we will know by then the results of the conservative party leadership contest whether it is borisjohnson jeremy hunt who be walking into number ten after she walks out but that will be her final moment in parliament as prime minister, but this, as i say, is part of a series of events really well theresa may has sought to remind people that
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there has been more to her premiership and her failure to reach a brexit deal, get it through parliament and deliver on the result of that referendum. she tried to get the domestic abuse bill into parliament in time for it to have passage through, she has tried to highlight her increased funding to get through the health service and social justice as well. get through the health service and socialjustice as well. broader themes from theresa may and we are expecting a question and answer session after the speech as well so it will be interesting to see what she says then. thank you, to the prime minister. this will most likely be the last time i will speak at length as prime minister and i would like today to share some personal reflections on the state of politics in our country and around the world. now, i've lived politics for half a century, from stuffing envelopes for my local party in my school years to serving as a local councillor, fighting a by—election, winning a seat. fighting for 12
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yea rs on winning a seat. fighting for 12 years on the opposition front bench and for nine years in the cabinet as home secretary and prime minister. throughout that time, in everyjob i've done, i've been inspired by the enormous potential that working in politics and taking part in public life holds. the potential to serve your country, to improve people's lives. and to try, in a smaller way, to make the world a better place. looking at my own country and you will which we form a part, and is a good deal to feel optimistic about for the globally, over the last 30 yea rs, for the globally, over the last 30 years, extreme poverty and child mortality have both been hull. hundreds of millions of people are today living longer, happier and healthier lives and their gran —— than their grandparents could even dream. asa than their grandparents could even dream. as a world, we have never cared more deeply about the ecology of our planet's environment. from treating the earth is a collection of resources to be plundered, we have, within a generation, come to
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understand its fragile diversity and taking concerted action to conserve it. the uk is leading the way in that effort with our commitment to net zero emissions. social attitudes in our country and many of the western countries have transformed in recent decades. there are more women in senior positions today than at any women in senior positions today than atany time women in senior positions today than at any time in history. when i was born, it was a crime to be a gay man, legal to discriminate on the basis of six or race and casual bigotry was a socially acceptable fa ct of bigotry was a socially acceptable fact of daily life. all that has changed and greatly for the better. there remains a long, long way to go to achieve what we should rightly seek an economy, society and world that truly works for all of its people. where everyone has the security of a safe home i do love to eat, the opportunity to get a good education and a satisfying job to support their family. and the freedom of thought, speech and action to do and be everything their talent and hard work fit them for.
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the generation of young people growing up today in the uk and around the world have it within their grasp to achieve more in the decades ahead than we today can imagine. they will have the chance to harness the great drivers of change in the world today from artificial intelligence and the data economy, cleaner forms of energy and more efficient modes of transport to the technological and medical advances that would extend and improve our quality—of—life. the 21st—ce ntu ry improve our quality—of—life. the 21st—century has the potential to be a pivotal point in human history, and economic, social and technological progress reach a combined apogee with the benefits multiplied and with everyone sharing... enjoying a share. it will not come about without effort. we will all have to work hard, individually and collectively, to reach that better future. crucially, the full power and potential of a small but strong and strategic state must be brought to bear in that
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effort, establishing and maintaining the legal and economic structures that allow a regulated free market to flourish. coordinating its own interventions to maximum effect, supporting science and innovation, supplying crucial public services and infrastructure, leading and responding to social progress. at our best, that has been the story of the democratic century that we celebrated last year when we mark the first votes for women and working men in 1918. it has been democratic politics and open market economy, the enduring values of free speech, the rule of law, and a system of government founded on the concept of invaluable human rights that has provided the nexus of that progress in the past. and a healthy body politic will be essential to consolidating and extending that progress in the future. it is on that score that today we do have grounds for serious concern. both
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domestically and internationally, in substance and in tow, i'm worried about the state of politics. that worry stems from a conviction that the values on which all our su ccesses the values on which all our successes have been founded cannot be taken for granted. when they look to us as old as the hills, we might think they will always be there. but establishing the superiority of those values over the alternatives that was the hard work of centuries. and ensure that liberal inheritance that we today have a responsibility to be active in conserving. if we do not, we will all pay the price. rich and poor, strong and weak, powerful and poor, strong and weak, powerful and powerless. as a politician, my decisions and actions have always been guided by that conviction. it used to be asked of applicants at conservative candidate selection meetings, are you a conviction
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politician or are you a pragmatist? i have never accepted that distinction. politics is the business of turning your decisions into reality to improve the lives of the people you serve. as a conservative, i've never had any doubt about what i believe in, security, freedom and opportunity, decency, moderation, patriotism, conserving what is of value but never shying away from change. indeed, recognising that often changes the way to conserve. believing in business but holding businesses to account if they break the rules. backing ambition, aspiration and hard work. protecting our union of nations and being prepared to act in its interest, evenif prepared to act in its interest, even if that means steering a difficult political cause. and remaining always firmly rooted in the common ground of politics where all race political parties should
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be. i didn't write about those convictions and pamphlets make many theoretical speeches about them. i sought to put them into action. actually getting things done rather than simply getting them said requires some qualities that have become unfashionable of late. one of them is a willingness to compromise. that does not mean compromising your values, it does not mean accepting the lowest common denominator or clinging to out loaded ideas out of apathy orfear, clinging to out loaded ideas out of apathy or fear, it means clinging to out loaded ideas out of apathy orfear, it means being driven by and when necessary standing upforyour driven by and when necessary standing up for your values and convictions. but doing so in the real world , convictions. but doing so in the real world, in the arena of public life where others are making their own case and pursuing their own interests. and where persuasion, teamwork and a willingness to make mutual concessions are needed to achieve an optimal outcome. that is politics at its best. the
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alternative is a politics of winners and losers, of absolutes and of perpetual strife, and that threatens us all. today, an inability to combine principles with pragmatism and makea combine principles with pragmatism and make a compromise when required, seems to have driven a whole political discourse down the wrong path. it has led to what is in effect a form of absolutism, one which believes that if you simply assert your view loud and often long enough, you will get your way in the end. 0r enough, you will get your way in the end. or that mobilising your own faction is more important than bringing others with you. this is causing our public debate. —— my coarsening of public debate. some are disagreeing without demeaning the views of others. online technology allows people to express their anger and anxiety without filter or accountability. aggressive assertions made without regard to the facts or the complexities of an issue. in an environment where the
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most extreme views tend to be the most extreme views tend to be the most noticed. this descent of art debate into rancour and tribal bitterness, and in some cases even a vile abuse at a criminal level, is corrosive for the democratic values which we should all be seeking to uphold. it risks closing down the space for reasoned debate and subverting the principle of freedom of speech. and this does not dot that mightjust create an unpleasant environment, words have consequences. ill words that go unchallenged are the first step on a continuum towards ill deeds. towards a much darker place where hatred and prejudice drive not only what people say but also what they do. this absolutism is not confined to british politics, it festers in politics all across the world. we see it in the rise of political parties on the far left and far right in europe and beyond. we see
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it in the increasingly adversarial nature of international relations which some view as a zero gain where one country can only gain if others lose and we are power unconstrained by rules is the only currency of value. this absolutism at home and abroad is the opposite of politics at its best. it refuses to accept that other points of view are reasonable, it ascribes bad motives to those taking those different views. and it views anything less than 100% of what you want all the time as evidence of failure when success in fact means achieving the optimum outcome in any giving that my given circumstance. the sustainability of modern politics derives not from an uncommon absolutism but rather through the painstaking marking out of a common ground. that does not mean abandoning our principles, farfrom
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it, it means delivering on their with the consent of people on all sides of the debate, so they can ultimately accept the legitimacy of what is being done, even if it may not be the outcome they would initially have preferred. that is how social progress and international agreement was forged in the years after the second world war, both at home with the establishment of an enduring national health service and internationally with the creation of an international order based on agreed rules and party lateral institutions. —— multilateral institutions. —— multilateral institutions. consider the nhs, the beveridge report was commissioned by a coalition government, the health minister who published the first white paper outlining the principles ofa white paper outlining the principles of a comprehensive and free health service was a conservative, a labour government then created the nhs, engaging in fierce controversy both at the doctors who would work for the nhs and with a conservative opposition in the house of commons which supported the principles of an nhs but disagreed with the methods.
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the story does not end there. just three years after the nhs was founded, churchill's newly elected conservative government was faced with a choice between going back over old arguments. they chose to build on what had been established. today, because people are willing to compromise, we have an nhs to be proud of, an institution which unites our country. similarly on an international stage, many of the agreements that underpinned the rules —based international order in the aftermath of the second world war were reached by pragmatism and compromise. the san francisco conference which adopted the united nations charter, the cornerstone of international law, almost broke down over soviet systems that a council veto should apply notjust to counsel revolutions but also to whether the council should discuss a matter. it was only a personal
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mission to stalin in moscow, harry hopkins that persuaded the soviets to back down. many states who are not and members of the security council do not want devito to exist at all. but they compromised and signed the charter because of the bigger prize that represented a global system that enfranchise the people within the world with new rights that was only recognisable in countries like ours. —— to veto. it is these landmarks are agreements that created the international order we will always hold that are as permanent as the hills. but turning ideals into practical agreements was hard—fought, and we cannot be complacent about ensuring that they endure. indeed, the current failure to combine principles with pragmatism and compromise inevitably risks undermining them. we are living through a period of profound
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change and insecurity, the forces of global... as the markets have brought unprecedented opportunities of wealth for the country at large but not everyone is reaping the benefits. the march of technology is expanding the possibilities for humanity in ways that ones could never “— humanity in ways that ones could never —— ones could never have been conceived. it is changing the nature of the workplace and the type of jobs people can do. more and more working people are feeling anxious over whether they and their children and grandchildren will have the skills and opportunities to get on. and although the problems were building before the financial crisis, it is a hardship from which we are only now own emerging. seizing the opportunity that opportunity to capitalise on that value. they have sees the politics of division, identifying the enemy is to blame for our problems and offering apparently easy answers. in
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doing so, they promote a polarised politics which views the world through the prism of others and them. a prism of winners and losers which views the compromise and cooperation through international institutions as signs of weakness, not strength. president putin expressed this clearly on the eve of the summit injapan when he said the liberal idea baker that might has become obsolete because it came into the conflict of interest of the overwhelming majority of the population. this is a cynical falsehood. comparing the economic success of liberal economies of uk, france and germany to that of the russian system we conclude that our system is obsolete but he feels emboldened to artery today indicating the challenges we face as we seek to defend our values. if we stand up for those values that are funding our life, we need to
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legitimise peoples concerns by giving actual solutions that command public consent rather than populist promises that any end are not solutions at all. in doing so, we need to show politics of a pragmatic conviction that is unafraid of compromise and cooperation is the best way in which politics can sustainably meet the challenges they face. take some of the concerns and address them. the far left, including the leadership of our once proud british labour party, would argue that we should scrap an open market altogether. and we should be in no doubt that if we cannot successfully create an economy that works for all, people will increasingly reject it in favour of an alternative. no matter what the wider economic and social consequences are. we know it is free and competitive markets that drive
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the innovation, creativity and risk—taking that that have enabled so many advances of our time. you know it is business that pioneers the industries of the future, secures the investment of what that future —— much of which that future depends, creating livelihoods for families up and down our country. we know that free enterprise can also play a crucial role in helping to meet some of the greater social challenges of our time. from contributing to the sustainability of our planet to generating new growth and new hope in areas of our country that have been left behind. you do not protect the concept of free—market capitalism by failing to respond to the legitimate concerns of those who are not feeling its full benefits. you protect free—market capitalism and the benefits it can bring by reforming it so it works for everyone. that is why i've introduced reforms to introduce workers' rights and reflect the changes in our economy.
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it is why i launch the taylor review into modern forms of employment like the gig economy and while we are delivering improvements in uk workers' rights, the biggest in 20 yea rs, workers' rights, the biggest in 20 yea rs , we workers' rights, the biggest in 20 yea rs, we have workers' rights, the biggest in 20 years, we have advance changes in corporate governance so businesses cannot only be about commercial success bringing wider benefits to the whole of our society, too. it is why we put in place a modern, industrial —— like a modern industrial —— like a modern industrial strategy, strategic partnership between business and government to ensure decisions that maintaina government to ensure decisions that maintain a longer success of our economy. but also a strategy to make sure that as we develop the industries of the future, so the benefits of the trade and growth they will give rise to, will reach working people not just they will give rise to, will reach working people notjust in some parts of the country but in every pa rt parts of the country but in every part of our country. these are steps rooted in my conservative political convictions, they are not a rejection of free enterprise but rather the very way to restore the popular legitimacy of free enterprise and make it work for
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everyone. i believe that taking such an approach is also how we resolve the brexit impasse. the only way to do so is deliver the outcome of the vote in 2016 and there is no greater regret for me than that i could not do so. whatever path we take must be sustainable for the long term, so that delivering brexit means bringing our country back together, that has to mean some kind of compromise. some argue i should have taken the compromise. some argue i should have ta ken the united compromise. some argue i should have taken the united kingdom out of the european union with no deal on the 29th of march. some wanted a pure version of brexit, others to find a way of stopping it altogether. most people across our country have a preference for getting it on with a deal. and i believe the strength of my deal that i negotiated was that a deliver than the leaving of the european union while allaying the concerns of those who voted to remain. when it came to parliament ratifying the deal, are politics retreated back into its binary
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pre—referendum positions, a winner ta kes all pre—referendum positions, a winner takes all approach to leaving remaining. and when opinions have become polarised and driven by ideology, it becomes incredibly hard for a compromise to become a rallying point. the spirit of compromise at the common interest is also crucial in meeting some of the greatest global challenges of our time, from responsibly harnessing the huge potential at digital technology to tackling climate change, and for preventing the further proliferation of... to hostile states. during our premiership, the uk has led the way both ethically and internationally in seeking a new settlement which ensures the internet remains a driver of growth and opportunity but also that internet companies respond more comprehensively to reasonable and legitimate demands that they ta ke and legitimate demands that they take their wider responsibilities to our society more seriously. that is why we are legislating in the uk to
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create a legal duty of care on internet companies backed up by an independent regulator with the power to enforce its decisions. we are the first country to put forward such an approach and such a comprehensive approach. but it is not enough to act alone. ultimately, we need a realistic global approach that achieves the right balance between protecting the individual freedoms of those using the internet while also keeping them safe from harm. that also holds the key to further progress in the fight to protect our planet. here in the uk, we recently built on the 2008 climate change act by becoming the first major economy to agree a landmark net zero target that will end our contribution to climate change by 2050. of course, some wonder does notjust to make that net zero commitment but to bring it forward even earlier. and there are others who still question there are others who still question the science of climate change, or the science of climate change, or the economic cost of tackling it. but we were able to come together to
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agree a target that is supported across the political spectrum, cross business and civil society and which is both ambitious and also deliverable. abedi just as the nations of the world were able to come together agree the historic paris agreement, if this was to unravel, it would damage our planets. and we seek to protect the hard —fought damage our planets. and we seek to protect the hard—fought paris agreement, sorry also believe we should protect the nuclear deal was wrong, whatever its challenges. —— nuclear deal with iran. 0f wrong, whatever its challenges. —— nuclear deal with iran. of course, there are those that fear a reduction in sanctions on a country that continues to pursue to stabilising activity across the region, and we should address that activity head on. but whether we like it or not, the compromise deal remains the best way to get the outcome we all still seek.
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preventing iran from acquiring a nuclear weapon and protecting the stability of the region. being prepared to compromise also means knowing when not to compromise, and we must be willing to stand firm. just as we did when russia deployed a deadly nerve agent on the streets of salisbury, and i led a movement to expel russian intelligence officers, the largest such explosion in history. we are here today at st james square, the location from which dwight eisenhower led the planning for d—day. it was starting on the beaches of normandy with other world leaders last month, remembering together all that was given in defence of our liberty and values, the most inspired me to come here today to give this speech. eisenhower once wrote, people talk about the middle of the road as though it were unacceptable. things are not all black—and—white, there have to be compromises. the middle
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of the road is all of the usable surface, the extremes, right and left, a re surface, the extremes, right and left, are in the gutters. i believe that seeking the common ground and being prepared to make compromises in order to make progress does not entail a rejection of our values and convictions by one iota. rather, it is precisely the way to defend them. not by making promises you cannot keep orjust not by making promises you cannot keep or just telling not by making promises you cannot keep orjust telling people what you think they want to hear, but by addressing concerns that people genuinely hold and showing that cooperation and not absolutism is the only way to deliver for everyone. for the future, the only way to deliver for everyone. forthe future, if the only way to deliver for everyone. for the future, if we can reca ptu re everyone. for the future, if we can recapture the spirit of common purpose, as i believe we must, then we can be optimistic about what is coming together, we can achieve. we can find the common ground that will enable us to forge new, innovative, global agreements on the most crucial challenges of our time. from
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protecting our planet to harnessing the power of technology for goods. we can renew popular support for popular, democratic values and international cooperation. and in so doing, we can secure our freedom, our prosperity, and our ability to move together peacefully now and for generations to come. thank you. applause mark. applause now, i will take some questions, from the media first, and then from the wider audience. john? prime minister, you have spoken of your concern of a trend in politics, away from compromise, and towards
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populism and factionalism. to what extent have your concern sabine braun out about the contest to follow you as a leader and, if i may come up with an extension to brexit be to you, preferable, if it meant avoiding the immediate harm of a no—deal brexit? avoiding the immediate harm of a no-deal brexit? you got two questions in there! first of all, these are ideas that i have been forming for some time now. they reflect what i've seen in politics across europe and the wider world. i have,in across europe and the wider world. i have, in many internationalfora, since i became prime minister, repeatedly raised the importance of the rules—based international order. of the rules—based international order. of us working together within frameworks that have enabled us to work peacefully on some of the great challenges that we face. on the second question, you know full well
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that my view is the best way forward is to leave the european union with a good deal. i believe we negotiated a good deal. i believe we negotiated a good deal. i believe we negotiated a good deal, sadly, parliament did not take that view. it will be up to have my successor is to find a way through that and ensure we can deliver on the votes of the 2016 referendum and do it in a way that is good for the united kingdom. gary? thank you. can ijust ask is good for the united kingdom. gary? thank you. can i just ask you a couple of quick once. laughter we're all counting! philip hammond hasjust said in a tweet we're all counting! philip hammond has just said in a tweet that we're all counting! philip hammond hasjust said in a tweet that he is terrified of people who look like they could be close to the next administration who think that no deal brings no short or medium term losses. only gains. do you share that terra? and could i ask you another one on the broader point of
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what you've been saying here — do you bear any responsibility yourself or some of the corrosive language that you are attacking in your speech? i'm thinking of the attacks on political elites, citizens of nowhere. and maybe globe language, like red, white and blue brexit. when you look back on the years as prime minister, is running through a wheat field still the naughtiest thing ever did? laughter i think one of the silliest things ever did was answering that question! i think that was three questions, rather than the two you promised. on the first point you made, as ijust said, i've consistently said that i believe the best route through it for the uk is for us to leave the european union with a good deal. i also stand by what i had consistently said in that no deal is better than a bad deal. but i think we have a good deal, it
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will be for whoever succeeds me to find a way through parliament's view on that. i think the aim must still be to leave, to deliver on the result of the referendum, but in a way that is in the national interest. on the issue of language, as every phrase i've used as perfect as every phrase i've used as perfect as it should be? no. there will be phrases that people will have interpreted differently from what was intended, but the overall sense is that what we now see, and i've seen it developing over time, is a coarsening of the language in our political debate. and i worry. to ta ke political debate. and i worry. to take it to you one further ends of the spectrum, the way in which, for example, we see often female mps being attacked. people have been charged with criminal offences for the abuse, bullying and harassment they have given it to female mps because a particular views they have
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held. that has happened to some female mps and to others. what i think we need is to make sure... people are different opinions and wa nt people are different opinions and want things delivered in different ways, but let's have proper debate's. let's make clear why we disagree with people, but don't get to the stage we see all too often of ascribing bad motives to somebody who just happens to disagree with you or the way to do something. rowena? boris johnson describes your deal with the eu as dead and the northern ireland backstop as dead. and he says he wants to sort out the northern ireland border issue after leaving on october 31. is that a sensible course of action as a strategy, or is he going to collide with reality, is one of your colleagues is put it? do you think there will be a threat to the union if he proceeds along this path?
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whoever succeeds me as prime minister will have to determine with discussions within a parliament and the eu as to how they take those negotiations forward. and to what end. if! negotiations forward. and to what end. if ijust explain why i thought it was important to have the backstop, i negotiated the backstop, at the heart of the good friday agreement is an essential compromise that people who are irish can live in northern ireland as part of the united kingdom, but on a day to day business, and their own business and personal activities, operate without any encumbrance on their operation across that border. i believe it's important we are able to sustain that into the future. there are various descriptions of how that could be done, people are working actively on alternative technological solutions to the border issue, but that was why i thought that was important. tom? thank you. manchester police have
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confirmed hashem abedi has been extradited back to the uk. did you play any part in that and how important was it to see that on your watch before you go next week? in relation to your speech, you talk about absolutism at home and abroad, who are you referring to, particular names on that? and kitchen roll—outs, you made no reference at all to either donald trump or boris johnson? on the first point that you raise, we all know that the attack that took place at the manchester arena was appalling and senseless, and this is really an important moment in the investigation. i hope it isa moment in the investigation. i hope it is a welcome step for the loved ones of the victims, people who have come themselves with such dignity through what has been a deeply distressing and difficult time for them. and conducted themselves with
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that dignity as they search for justice. i want to thank all of those who have worked so hard to come to this point, i no doubt will continue to work hard to. i think what we all now need to see is that all involved in this case are able to see that case progress and brought to the courts. on the issue of absolutism, this is a general observation that i have. i've seen it in politics across the world, and i wanted to speak about it today, because i think it is important that we try to bring debate generally back into a more recent area —— reasoned area. people holding different views can have serious debate and discussion with each other. they may continue to disagree, but having that serious and reasoned debate is an important
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pa rt and reasoned debate is an important part of our politics, and that is one politics can be at their best and deliverfor one politics can be at their best and deliver for people. one politics can be at their best and deliverfor people. i'll take some questions from the rest of the audience. one at the back, there? thank you. i'm the director of title case “— thank you. i'm the director of title case “ women thank you. i'm the director of title case —— women to win, you set those up case —— women to win, you set those up when they were just 17 conservative women mps. progress has beena conservative women mps. progress has been a glazier or. we have four out of five conservative mps are male, and we have never had a conservative women mps in wales. we need your help, will you come back and help us? laughter well, i'm bound to point out, despite the fact that yes, we want to see more women in parliament, more women conservatives in parliament, we are the only party that has had two female prime ministers, is quite important. and you're asking me because will continue to champion the need for getting more women into politics. i
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think that's an important part of the debates. if you have a politics where people have the same sorts of backgrounds and therefore have the same sorts of views and experience, you don't get, i think, the contribution to decisions that you do when a more diverse parliament, more diverse experience coming into parliament is. the same goes for business as well, i think you get greater decisions without greater diversity. —— with that greater diversity. —— with that greater diversity. i am from the second largest investment bank injapan. considering the important ties and relations with japan and investors around the world, what would be your message for investors considering the next destination for investments? i think my messages, come to the uk! i think what is important is that investment in the
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uk has held up in the past few yea rs, uk has held up in the past few years, interestingly, despite the brexit negotiations, which have not come to fruition yet. i think that isa sign come to fruition yet. i think that is a sign of the underlying strength of the uk economy. i think we've seen that underlying strength in the employment figures we see are this week. we saw major announcements this week about continued investment in the next stage of the automotive sector, electric vehicles. i think the strength to have a democracy, rule of law, the ecosystem we can provide for investors, remains and will remain. i think there will be huge opportunities for investors in the future. gentleman at the front because mark? because would the future. gentleman at the front because would you say you've left the country and your party in a better or worse state than when you became prime minister? in related points, you've talked a lot about
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responsibility and irresponsibility of political actors, but you don't seem to take responsibility for the effects your own words have, phrases like queue jumpers, for example, which give succour to bigots and xenophobes, so should you not take more responsibility for your own words and actions? on your second point is, i did make clear that i recognise i should not have used that particular phrase you quoted. yes, i should that particular phrase you quoted. yes, ishould not that particular phrase you quoted. yes, i should not have used it in the first place, but i make clear that i recognise that after the events. sometimes i don't claim that i get every single phrase are used right, but i think we all in politics have to think very carefully about how we express things and is about the degree of debates we have and the type of debates we have and the type of debate we have. on the question of the party and country, i'm disappointed, it is a matter of deep regret to me, that i haven't managed to get brexit over the line. i think the overwhelming view of the public
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in the uk is that theyjust want it to be done and us to be able to get on to the next stage of the country's life. and there are huge opportunities for us, as i said, once we deliver brexit. so i'm deeply disappointed to not be able to deliver brexit and i did everything i could to do that. i put my ownjob on everything i could to do that. i put my own job on the line in order to do that. i said i'd stand down is the votes would come for the deal, i saidi the votes would come for the deal, i said i would stand down and the votes d id said i would stand down and the votes did not come. that's politics. idid votes did not come. that's politics. i did everything i curse because i thought that was what was right for the united kingdom. —— i did everything i could. we have more younger members coming into the party, so i think there is a strength across the party which i'm pleased to see. one more question, right at the back, the gentleman?”
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am from the chinese embassy. during your tenure of office, you have been developing relations with china, but at the same time, there are also some disputes concerning hong kong or huawei, etc, so what is your advice to your successor when a deal with china? laughter room well, first of all, i would say that the relationship that we've been developing with china has been an important one to back out we see that, i was very pleased to take a trade delegation to china to see further investment coming into the uk, but also being able to see extra markets in china opened up for investment companies, which is important. there are issues on which we need to be very clear with china, and the continuation of the joint declaration in relation to hong kong is one of those. that declaration
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continues to be enforced. we would say to china that it needs to be abided by and respected and continue to be respected. in a sense, it's like all relationships, we look to develop those economic ties, but we're also very clear when we feel there are messages that we need to give, and i'm sure that will continue into the future. i said that was the last question, but i feel i ought to allow rob in the last question. thank you very much, i would say on the hearth of all the members here we are pleased that you would come here to share these thoughts with us. this is likely to be your last major speech, so we appreciate that, as you said. the united states has come up tangentially, and you spoke in particular in your speech about the importance of the rule of law, multilateralism. the relationship with the us has been one of those
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pillars holding that particular rule is—based order together. how concerned are you , is—based order together. how concerned are you, to be frank, about the future of the united states, that is worried about itself and its own future, that has quite a tribal and polarised debate internally. if the white house is difficult to convince in these areas. you've done a lot of work in congress, visiting donald trump and visiting democrats in the senate. how do you think your successor should be handling this relationship? at the first thing i would say is that special relationship we have with the united states remains, and that is there regardless of who sits in pretend play or the white house. at its core, it is the strongest and deepest relationship we have around the world. —— who sits in number 10 or the white house. it has been the bedrock of nato and will continue so in the future. as we look to the
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question of multilateral institutions, yes, we have had the example of the paris agreements, the us pulling out of that, i consistently said to president trump that i hope the us will return to the agreement. we had a disagreement about the iran nuclear deal, and we continue to work to maintain that agreement, because we believe that is important part of stopping iran from getting those nuclear weapons. what i would say overall to people in america is that there isn't a dichotomy between having a country thatis dichotomy between having a country that is strong and an economy that are strong and being part of multilateral institutions. indeed, the two are symbiotic, but being pa rt the two are symbiotic, but being part of a multilateral institution and part around the world of a framework of rules that operates can be an important part of helping countries to maintain their strength
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and economies. thank you. applause theresa may there in what is thought to be the last major speech as prime minister. saying that compromise was important. politics is winners and losers in perpetual strife. the feeling seems to be that if you search your view long and loud enough you'll get your way. a wide—ranging speech there from theresa may. she said she term anchor not made many —— she's not made many theoretical speeches about putting her... she said there has been no greater regret than her failure to deliver brexit. she said any form of leaving the eu must is sustainable for the long—term and bring the country together on the basis of the 2016 referendum
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results. this has to mean some form of compromise, she said. we'll be talking more about that was our political correspondence in a moment. but while she was on her feet, will get an update from greater manchester police. this is the story of the brother of the manchester arena bomber, hashem abedi, while the prime minister was speaking, we saw pictures of the police convoy which has taken him to a undisclosed location after his arrival back in the uk following his extradition from libya. once the prime minister was speaking, we got an update from the chief constable of greater manchester police, ian hopkins, bringing us up to date on that investigation. greater manchester police officers have arrested hashem abedi for murder, attempted murder and conspiracy to cause an explosion likely to endanger life. he will be
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transferred to a custody facility in london. previously, the crown prosecution service authorised the charging of hashem abedi in respect of the murder of 22 victims. the attempted murder of persons other than the 22 deceased victims, and conspiracy to cause an exposure likely to endanger life. after processing at the police station, he will appear at westminster magistrates‘ court in relation to those charges. chief constable ian hopkins of greater manchester police, and will have more on that friday afternoon. today marks the fifth anniversary of the mh17 air disaster — when a malaysia airlines passenger jet was shot down in the skys of eastern ukraine. dutch prime minister mark rutte is joining hundreds of relatives at an event in the netherlands to mark the anniversary. the plane, carrying 298 — mostly dutch people — was shot out of the sky by a russian made missile with no survivors.
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the country‘s biggest rail company has been fined £1 million, after a passenger was killed when he leant out of an unlocked window. govia thameslink railway admitted a breach of health and safety rules following the death of simon brown in 2016. he put his head out of a gatwick express train as it travelled through south london at about 60mph. he suffered fatal injuries. the rail accident investigation branch said there was a sticker on the door warning passengers not to lean out of the window, but it was not clearly displayed. police and barcelona have arrested a man who attempted to smuggle cocaine under his weight. the police say the passenger who arrived from a flight from colombia was nervous, but they we re from colombia was nervous, but they were most restricted by the size of his toupee. they found cocaine and clue to his head to. the cocaine
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smuggled was estimated to be worth around £27,000. the man has paid for his crime with prison and is on the fringe of a long sentence. 0h, his crime with prison and is on the fringe of a long sentence. oh, dear. a look at the weather now, with nick. this area of low pressure feeding weather fronts our way, and that will arrive tonight. this is how it looks on the rainfall radar picture earlier, the extent of the rain and the heavier bursts in northern ireland and western scotland, pushing into wales and western parts of england through the afternoon. the southern flank of this front, rain and very patchy in nature. an
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area of high cloud ahead of this rain band, south east looking hazy with spots into the upper 205. you have the rain, it will feel cooler, but breezy as well. at the rain clearing in northern ireland and the western isles tonight, so some late sunshine coming through for you. cloud in patchy rain it fit again across england overnight into the east and south east. temperatures in the mid teens, a warm night. but pulling down for scotland to northern ireland for tomorrow. sunny spells, showery, thundery rain, some feeding into northern england. the sun coming out and much of england and wales going to be dry with sunny spells. low to mid 205, and just dodging 20 celsius in the lower parts of scotland and northern ireland. both getting away at while portrush tomorrow, showers on thursday and friday, patchy rain on
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saturday. the breeze picking up again laterfor the final saturday. the breeze picking up again later for the final day on sunday with rain. the weather is going to be a factor. big picture for friday, area of low pressure at sending rain in, further south this time, so more of england and wales seeing wetter weather on friday as that pushes eastwards. but stronger winds around as well. showers into england and southern scotland, heavy at times, and just into the low 205 at times, and just into the low 205 at this stage. the weekend, the weather system clears away. heavy and thundery showers on saturday, sunday driver, but the rain could be backin sunday driver, but the rain could be back in to northern ireland later in 01:24:43,307 --> 4294966103:13:29,430 the day with a freshening wind.
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