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this is bbc news — our latest headlines: the prime minister denies lying to the queen and insists the uk will be ready for a no—deal brexit — despite government documents warning that it could lead to food and medicine shortages. the number of people investigated for rape hello, you're watching who go on to be convicted afternoon live — i'm simon mccoy. falls to its lowest level today at 2... since records were first compiled more than a decade ago. "i did not lie to her majesty" — the prime minister is forced new figures reveal cancer survival to answer questions about misleading rates in the uk remain below those the queen over the suspension of parliament. of other high income countries. mps are calling for in—game spending to be regulated by gambling laws thejuly to the july to the thejuly to the queen when you and so—called loot boxes banned entirely for children. advised her to prorogued to suspend and coming up... a make—over for the new land rover ‘defender‘. parliament? absolutely not. we speak to the designer behind the new model. sport now on afternoon live —— did you lie to the queen when you advised her to prorogue to suspend parliament? with jane dougall. the number of people convicted of rape in england and wales falls to its lowest level on record. cricket, the first day of the final the fun of gaming — but how test. how is england doing? to protect children from addiction? they had a shaky start, then they mps want video companies to do more. dug in, then they lost a couple of coming up on afternoon live, all the sport with jane dougall. wickets, and the latest to go was hi, simon. england are holding firm after losing an early wicket in the ben stokes. remember, he had that incredible first day of the final test of the innings at headingley where we saw
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ashes. australia have already reclaim the urn but if england could them win by a wicket. he has gone pull something out of the bag, they forjust 20. them win by a wicket. he has gone for just 20. stokes them win by a wicket. he has gone forjust 20. stokes was brought into this match as a specialist batsmen could even level the tie. because he has a shoulder injury so thanks. cannot bowl at the moment. england darren has the weather. we re cannot bowl at the moment. england were doing so well, digging in, that could be a storm brewing down building up the runs, hoping to to the middle of the bahamas. we level the five test series. it is to will look at that later. also the — one to australia. they have tropical influence some of us are already retained the ashes. england have lost three wickets on this feeling today. really? 0k, see you first day of the final ashes test. later on. -- it is first day of the final ashes test. —— it is too — one to australia. joe denly went forjust 18, also coming up — will there be queues and shortages? as the government is forced —— it is too — one to australia. joe denly went for just 18, caught —— it is too — one to australia. joe denly went forjust 18, caught by steve smith. joe root had two very to publish contingency plans for a no—deal brexit, we'll get our reality check team lucky escapes, because he was to analyse the possible impact of dropped twice, but then burns went for 46, caught by mitchell marsh of the operation yellowhammer document. the valley ofjosh hazlewood, and then stokes, who made a pretty awful decision. mitchell marsh bold, not a particularly great ball, but stokes hooked it when he didn‘t have to, and it was caught by nathan lyon. so england are currently 166—3, joe hello, everyone. root and jonny bairstow at the this is afternoon live. crease. you can follow it on five borisjohnson has live sports extra and bbc sport‘s website, where you can find video boris johnson has denied borisjohnson has denied you lie to
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the queen highlights. let‘s talk about the issue of football racism. it is never far —— borisjohnson has denied away, now england are offering ways he lied to the queen when he advised her to prorogue to prepare some of the players who parliament, insisting such claims may be subject to it? yes, it is sad are "absolutely not" true. in his first interview since scotland's highest civil court said his advice to the queen that they feel they have to do this. was "unlawful" the prime minister said suspension was called england players and coaches having to deal with this issue once again. because "we need a queen's speech, "we need to get on and do all sorts head coach gareth southgate said he is very worried about their trip to of things at a national level." labour said it would continue bulgaria next month, because he thinks that there is a real chance to press the government to recall parliament, he could face racist abuse. that is so that it could properly interrogate ministers. because the bulgarian fans have meanwhile the prime minister sought already been punished for racist to offer reassurance after the publication of government behaviour in june earlier documents — which outline already been punished for racist the possible risks of a no—deal brexit. behaviour injune earlier this year. so much so, the stadium will be here's our political partially closed for the game on correspondentjessica parker. 0ctober partially closed for the game on the prime minister in london to talk october 14. partially closed for the game on 0ctober14. that is their shipbuilding. he hopes his brexit punishment. i think gareth southgate plans will not be sunk. could no is also well aware that england‘s black players were subjected to deal planning documents that raise the possibilities of protests, a monkey chants the last time they we re monkey chants the last time they were in sofia in bulgaria in 2011. decrease in certain fresh foods and so he has said that we are aware disruption to medical supplies steer there is history and we want to make sure they are all prepared for what him off course? what you're looking might happen and how we at here is just the sensible preparations, the worst case respond. the fa is investigating a complaint of racial risk of a nation against scenario that you expect any former england women‘s boss mark
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government to do. in reality, we sampson. his current club stevenage will certainly be ready for a new has strongly defended their deal brexit if we have to do it, i ca reta ker has strongly defended their caretaker manager, saying the allegations have no foundation. stress again, that is not where we sampson was previously found to have used discriminatory language, and intend to end up. it comes after was sacked after inappropriate scotland's highest civil court ruled conduct when a previous role came to light. -- conduct when a previous role came to light. —— in a previous role. he that the suspension of parliament became caretaker manager of was unlawful, distressing questions steve na g e, became caretaker manager of stevenage, and the club said that the allegations were unfounded and over whether boris johnson phoned into the fa by a former coach was unlawful, distressing questions over whether borisjohnson misled demonic. there will be further the day after simpson told me was no adjudication by the supreme court so longer required at the club. we will wait to see what they say. did you lie to the queen when you advised approach to prorogued and suspend parliament? absolutely not. the on loan chelsea midfielder was pictured with facial injuries and downing street insists prorogation is routine up until a queen's also suffered an ankle problem which will rule him out of the team for a speech. this is said to have the number of weeks. he is certainly old enough and wise enough to know you do whatever you improper purpose of an stymie in can to not get into scrapes, but parliament. mps say they have plenty sometimes it happens. regardless of being on loan, he becomes part of of questions about the no deal at us, and anyone whojoins us first my documents. you like that is being on loan, he becomes part of us, and anyone who joins us becomes pa rt us, and anyone who joins us becomes part of us. so we have got to work with the player, which we do, and why we are so upset. they have the like i say, it is easy to spend time
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ability to interrogate the prime with players when it is all going minister and ministers. warnings about the impact of a no—deal brexit well, and everything is rosy, but sometimes, it is equally satisfying or more satisfying sometimes to work have been dismissed as project fear. with players when things are not they are harder to downplay. for quite right. to tennis, and andy murray will play those mps against a no deal three tournaments in as many weeks departure but for the recall of in china. he had already agreed to parliament, these papers provide play in zu this month and then extra ammunition. that is the thing beijing, and he has now accepted a about yellowhammer to day which is wild card for the shanghai masters. he returned to single action last we have to remember that the government has suspended parliament, month, but has yet to win a match on the main tour. speaking of making returns, four—time grand slam champion kim silenced the elected representatives, so that they are not going to be scrutinised in the way they would have been in cloisters has said that she plans to parliament. if parliament had been, come out of retirement after seven as it should be today, still yea rs come out of retirement after seven years away from the game. the 36—year—old retired in 2007 to have sitting. mps, who don't quite go in her first 36—year—old retired in 2007 to have herfirst child at for this type of discipline, forced 36—year—old retired in 2007 to have her first child at the age of 23. she then returned two years later borisjohnson to and when the us open as an unranked for this type of discipline, forced boris johnson to publish for this type of discipline, forced borisjohnson to publish is no deal assessments. could the supreme court player. the belgian then retired for next week for seem to recall a second time in 2012, but says she parliament? the captain of a ship will come back to the wta tour next isn't always in control. year. our political correspondent to golf, and rory michael roy as the helen catt is at westminster. american pga tour‘s golfer of the
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there's a feeling nothing really yearfor american pga tour‘s golfer of the year for the american pga tour‘s golfer of the yearfor the third time, american pga tour‘s golfer of the year for the third time, voted american pga tour‘s golfer of the yearfor the third time, voted on by until next tuesday in a supreme his fellow professionals. the winner receives the jack nicklaus trophy, court ruling. absolutely. you had and rory was having lunch with the borisjohnson there refer to that and that's what the government seem great man himself when he was surprised with the award. that's a to be waiting for. alsojohn mcdonnell speaking earlier saying he nicklaus trophy. i've got two of would look to tuesday as well despite the fact labour would like those! you have got three now. to see parliament call back here so they can discuss things like the congratulations. in really?! while, fallout from that operation goose bumps! yellowhammer document. it does seem like things are at a bit of a applause holding pattern until that supreme enjoy yourjack nicklaus award, courtjudgment on tuesday, mainly because you have the scottish court yesterday coming to one conclusion, 2019. the high court in london coming to while! another so until it has gone to the that was nice to see. always lovely supreme court on tuesday to resolve to get anything from jack nicklaus. the contradiction, everything is really hanging on that. the prime indeed. you would celebrate, wouldn‘t you ? thank indeed. you would celebrate, wouldn‘t you? thank you very much. land rover has at last revealed its new defender, three years after production of the model in the west midlands ended. minister... said we are in the original version of the 4x4 interesting times, aren't we? —— was a favourite with the queen make the trimester was asked about and featured in films such as the james bond movie skyfall if you like to the monarch. we are and edge of tomorrow starring tom cruise. in interesting times. you might but is the new model more
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borisjohnson denied in interesting times. you might boris johnson denied that suited to the school run in interesting times. you might borisjohnson denied that but we are than any rough terrain? in that it might not in normal times. there is not usually this gerry mcgovern is an english design discussion about prorogation, the director for land rover, and is the designer behind usual parliamentary process but at this time, in this way, this moment the new defender — hejoins me now. in politics, it has created an entirely different discussion so i think trying tojudge giving a rather rare interview. it entirely different discussion so i think trying to judge things by normal standards is perhaps a little isa giving a rather rare interview. it is a great pleasure to talk to you. you have just launched this futile. meanwhile labour say they is a great pleasure to talk to you. you havejust launched this in frankfurt. what was the reaction? wa nt to futile. meanwhile labour say they want to get the prime minister into the commons to talk about this the reaction was fantastically yellowhammer document. —— this positive. it was probably the most yellowhammer document. the eagerly anticipated launch in the world of a vehicle for a few years. this is a british icon. it is a government has been saying this is a british icon, because it has been reasonable scenario but the reading around for so long. it started in and it is pretty stark. a lot of it 1948. i think everybody has some sort of association with a defender, focusing on will happen on that 20 mile stretch between dover and evenif sort of association with a defender, even if they have owned one or not. calais, and the impact on what it will have on supplies of things like so it is in the psyche of the people of britain, particularly. is that a medicine, fresh food. why that? because three quarters of medicine poisoned chalice, if someone says, comes through the straight and it we need to update this, we need a relies on things moving very new one? quickly. this report, it suggests we looked at it as an advantage, because what we wanted to do was
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that there could be delays of ca ptu re because what we wanted to do was capture the essence of the original between 1.5—2 days at dover. if you in terms of its character, but make have lots of lorries backing up, it absolutely relevant to today, that creates other problems like because remember, the world has changed massively from when the fuel shortages if, for example, you get lorries backing up to the m25 original car was created, and what was acceptable back then in terms of and obstructing the dartford crossing. 0ther and obstructing the dartford crossing. other things as well. away comfort and safety and all those things, those requirements have from trade flow, things like northern ireland. the yellowhammer changed completely. what about the document says this thing of not putting any checks on the border is unsustainable and you could have more criminal activity. the issue of usage? this seems to be more suited to the school run, then on the farm doing the work. government does say that these this vehicle is incredible tough and assumptions are updated frequently and it doesn't tend to publish an capable. it is the toughest, most updated set of assumptions and the capable. it is the toughest, most capable land rover that has ever document setting out what it has been made. and it is a vehicle for been doing to mitigate them. thank you. the number of people investigated for rape who were later convicted of a sexual offence has fallen to its lowest level since records began more than a decade ago. today. we have moved it on, capture the latest figures show the essence, but made it relevant to there were fewer than 2,000
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convictions across england and wales in the year to the end of march — down by more than a quarter today you have made it durable, on the previous year. bringing three seats back into the the number — and proportion — of suspects who were charged has front. for me, that brings the also dropped dramatically. our home affairs correspondent social aspect back. the car is june kelly reports. reconfigurable. you can get it in all different types, get it with all kinds of different accessories, but phone messages and social media have you can get it with the centre seat, become a big part of rape enquiries. which some of the old land rover sad. it is very social. . you can complainants are being asked to hand over their phones as the police search for digital evidence stop a so a huge change in have your teenager there, you can investigations, but there's also have your teenager there, you can have your teenager there, you can been a significant drop have your big dog there. it is part in rape prosecutions. of its charm, its character. if you wa nt of its charm, its character. if you want a consul, you can have one. you get around the technology problem is of not being able to see in the rear ...she she was told the messages could mirror? be misinterpreted by a jury and the man who she learned had a history of violence against women was not you can see outside through cameras, which are placed on the bumpers. prosecuted. learning that decision isa which are placed on the bumpers. is a designer, you look at the back ofa is a designer, you look at the back of a new one, that is absolutely reminiscent of the old. how
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was devastating. how did you feel? important is it to have that sense summer between absolutely broke into of recognising it? it wasn't so much absolutely livid as well. it was, hang ona absolutely livid as well. it was, hang on a minute, you've let him recognising it. although that was out? based on a really weak reason. important. but this thing has to be the most capable all terrain vehicle, and there are certain the latest annual figures for physics in that. you have to have england and wales show that minimum overhangs, and you have to have a high prosecutions now stand at 3034, a drop of nearly one third. convictions are down to 1925. this isa convictions are down to 1925. this is a fall of more than a quarter. you have got these horizontal lines in the waist, the shoulders, even referrals from the police stand at the wheel arches, and then you have this really severe cut off at the back, and at the front. 3375. this figure is down by over one fifth. so, hard evidence that fewer suspects of being brought to that makes the overhang minimum, you court by the crown prosecution can have the spare wheel there to keep this overall length right down. service. campaigners are accusing so if you take it on the farm, or prosecutors of screening out the tougher cases, not true, says the wherever, because you can have this thing and be an explorer, it can do director of public prosecutions. tougher cases, not true, says the director of public prosecutionsm would be quite wrong, wouldn't it, to make a serious decision that impacts on somebody‘s life in that sort of way and we do not. as a
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all the things it is supposed to do. matter of policy, we apply the same i will put you a proper question. 0ne i will put you a proper question. one of those sheets of metal —— what test to every kind of crime whether are those sheets of metal used for, it is rape or sexual violence, or behind the window of the five door? any other sort of crime. there is a you can see them here. on the three huge justice gap for complainants of right and what that also says is if door version, one reason is that it you are a rapist... huge justice gap is aesthetic. it is directly over the rear wheel, which planks the car for complainants of rape. rebecca down. it is part of the design, the way it looks. but on the inside, was told by a specially trained rape there is storage there, so you can put storage in it. you can have it to lawyer her case was not going to with or without. 0n the five door, court. as a conversation she remembers well. he has raped it is part of the structure of the someone. there is evidence there. vehicle, and it also reduces the you've let a known rapist go. i said visual length of the cabin. that you her, she shrugged and said she had heard worse. rebecca said designers like to put a line here, she had heard worse. rebecca said sorrow there. it is very carefully she was left suicidal by her experience and she is unsure whether considered, every element of it. —— she would advise that the complainants who come forward. zorro there. is that all is meanwhile the crown prosecution something you have wanted to do?” service said it will now ask a have always wanted to be in the watchdog to review its work. design world, from a very early age, andi design world, from a very early age, and i was aesthetically aware,
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whether it was fashion, buildings, a new study shows cancer survival product design. of course, is a in the uk is improving — but that it lags behind that of other wealthy countries. the research looked at five—year young kid, ifell in product design. of course, is a survival rates, and found young kid, i fell in love with american cars originally. but the they were worse in the uk than in australia, canada and ireland. design discipline, automotive our health correspondent, design, our designers trained for yea rs design, our designers trained for years and years. there is a lot of dominic hughes, reports. for some years now, the uk has careful consideration and creative lagged behind other developed intellect goes into the way these countries when it comes to treating cancer. the gap is closing, with definite signs of improvement. things are created, and clearly, but the latest research shows everybody is going to have a view, there is no room for complacency. and that is fine. but we have to we don't have enough radiologists, respect, this is going to be created endoscopist and pathologists that by professional designers and read the test, so we have somewhat engineers. and how much at the back of a bottleneck in the nhs to get of your mind is the issues of the people through the system and this can make our gps somewhat more reluctant to refer at the earliest possible opportunity when there is this bottleneck environment, what the future being electric, everybody says every car designer is having to think of all in the system. these things. how much of that is a feature ? these things. how much of that is a feature? oh, totally. we are totally the latest data looks and survival focused on zero emissions, on full rapes for seven of the most common electrification, hybrids, and -- the latest data looks and survival rates for seven of the most common others, and we are doing all sorts of things to minimise the impact of
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cancers in seven high—income countries with similar healthcare systems. these vehicles harm the environment. the uk was at the foot of the league in five of the seven cancers, the original defender never went including pancreatic cancer, near a wind turbine. this did. and with less than 8% survived five—years after diagnosis. lightweight materials, technical materials that are highly durable, the use of more carbon. 0ne materials that are highly durable, the use of more carbon. one of the other cool features on the car is that it is in a satin finish, which in australia, the five—year, sort of projects the solidity of the survival rate was close to 15%. the government points to significant increases in survival rates vehicle, and that satin finish is over the past 20 years. actually a protective rack, so you faster diagnosis and swifter treatment are the key can take that off after it a year‘s to better results. cancer charities say to achieve that, more staff specialising use or whatever, and you have got a in cancer care are needed right across the nhs. beautifully preserved gloss finish dominic hughes, bbc news. underneath, which i think is a very nice feature, but is something that land rover has started to do. they started life in the aerospace industry. it is going to be made in slovakia. that is raising some eyebrows. the britishness of eight? well, it has been designed and engineered in britain, and we are a global company, and we have to have some of the measures in their do manufacturing capability all over line—up with some of the things we
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the world, but ultimately, the suggest about poor performance, so those are things like speed to company‘s starting diagnosis, picking up all the world, but ultimately, the com pa ny‘s successful, the world, but ultimately, the company‘s successful, and our base the symptoms that might lead to the here in the uk is improved in terms suspicion there is something that needs to be looked at again. there isa of morejobs. we are rethinking all needs to be looked at again. there is a probably along the right tracks. the statistics take a while to come through, it may be some time before we know whether they really our work work or not. the uk's record on of morejobs. we are rethinking all ourwork and our of morejobs. we are rethinking all treating cancer is getting better. our work and our factories of morejobs. we are rethinking all our work and ourfactories in of morejobs. we are rethinking all our work and our factories in the uk, they will be revitalised as a consequence of the company being today's figures show there is still successful, and this vehicle is pivotal. i know you have just a long way to go. launched this in frankfurt, and of course, everyone must be talking figures released this morning about one thing at the moment. if suggest there are almost 23 and a half thousand families you are making and exporting cars, and individuals who are homeless — it is the b word. how confident are or at risk of being homeless — in england who have experience of domestic abuse. you that this is the time to lodge a it's the first full year model like this? the stats have been released. the homelessness charity crisis says it shows the government needs to offer more support to people —— to launch a model like this.” forced to leave their homes believe this vehicle will be because of domestic violence. john 0wen has been to meet pet—a—gay successful, no matter what. — who was left homeless successful, no matterwhat. nobody knows what brexit is going to mean. after fleeing domestic abuse and is now living in we have put the mechanisms in place temporary accommodation. to minimise the impact, but we will have to wait and see. and finally, when we look at that, is it pride? what is the sense? itjust makes me
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this lady lives in temporary smile. it has got a real character. accommodation in london sharing a the face of it is confident, it is single room with a two—year—old son. strong, it is not overly aggressive, it's difficult to have a normal upbringing for a child in a setting and ultimately, there is nothing like this, it's not normal. he has else like it. very good of you to come in and talk to eat on the bed. he is restricted about it. thank you very much will stop you thanks. when it comes to playing so itjust a new study shows cancer survival makes it a little bit awkward for in the uk is improving — but that it lags behind that of other wealthy countries. the research looked at five—year him. she says she is a victim of survival rates, and found domestic abuse which she first they were worse in the uk suffered some years ago after than in australia, starting a relationship with a man canada and ireland. our health correspondent who became violent towards her.|j dominic hughes reports. for some years now, the uk has remember saying something to him lagged behind other developed countries when it comes like that so stupid that quite silly, and he just like that so stupid that quite silly, and hejust got up like that so stupid that quite silly, and he just got up and to treating cancer. like that so stupid that quite silly, and hejust got up and it like that so stupid that quite silly, and he just got up and it was so unexpected, slapped me across the face and i was just like, so unexpected, slapped me across the face and i wasjust like, did you seriously just do that? face and i wasjust like, did you seriouslyjust do that? she says she the gap is closing with definite became homeless after being removed signs of improvement, but the latest research shows there‘s no room for complacency. we know that we don‘t have enough radiologists, from the tenancy she shared with her we don‘t have enough endoscopists partner. you are staying with and we don‘t have enough families and friends. sometime of the pathologists that read the tests, and so we have something
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later, she became pregnant by of a bottleneck in the nhs another partner and began to to be able to get people through the system. and this can make our gps slightly experience serious mental health more reluctant to refer at the earliest possible opportunity problems. i actually became when there is this bottleneck in the system. the latest data looks at survival suicidal. i wanted to terminate my rates for seven of the most common cancers in seven high—income countries with similar pregnancy because of it. it wasn't healthcare systems. the uk was at the foot of the league easy. years later and i'm still table in five of the seven cancers, suffering because of it. she applied including pancreatic cancer, where less than 8% survived five to the local authority for housing years after diagnosis. and was eventually offered temporary accommodation. even after that, they try to fight against that and evicted me again. she says that a decision to evict her on the grounds in australia the five—year survival that she had made herself rate was close to 15%. intentionally homeless was later faster diagnosis and swifter treatment are the key to better results, and unions say that means overturned on appeal but she was more specialist staff trained told she would have to bid for more to identify and treat cancer. suitable accommodation. a process we do think there needs to be a focus on specialist nursing that can take years. i have not made and continuing professional development, investment in that, and also time given so once we‘ve myself intentionally homeless so here is your bidding number. that is got the numbers we can spend time it. they have not offered me developing them into specialist anything else, they have not, around roles so they can contribute fully to the service delivery. to assess the fact that my son is the government points to cancer survival rates in the uk that 110w are now at a record high. to assess the fact that my son is now turning three and i still have a
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bed and a kitchen, basically. having lived in a single room for more than two years, the lady says it is and analysts have welcomed nhs dangerous for a child and is having england‘s plan for the coming years which targets the improvement a serious effect on mental health. of cancer services. dangerous for a child and is having a serious effect on mental healthlj am on antidepressants at the moment some of the measures in there do because of the situation but we are line up with some of the things that studies suggest may be behind living in a condition that is not going to change anything and the the uk‘s poor performance. so those will be things like speed ones being abused by people are also to starting diagnosis, picking up all the symptoms that might lead you to that suspicion being abused by the system. she is one of thousands of domestic abuse that there‘s something that needs to be looked at there again. i think those probably are along the right tracks. victims have suffered homelessness 01’ victims have suffered homelessness or been forced to use a temporary because these statistics take a while come through, it may be some time before we really accommodation and cheaper one feels the system has let her down. know whether they work or not. the uk‘s record on treating cancer is getting better, but today‘s figures show you're watching afternoon live, there is still a long way to go. these are our headlines. the prime minister denies lying to the queen and said the uk will be ready for a no—deal brexit despite government document is leading the ina league back saying it could lead to in a moment, the business news. at first, our headlines. medicine and food shortages. the number of people investigated for rape who go on to be convicted falls the prime minister denies lying to the queen and insists the uk to the lowest level since records will be ready for a no—deal brexit — we re to the lowest level since records were compiled more than a decade despite government documents warning that it could lead to food
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ago. and medicine shortages. the number of people new figures reveal cancer survival investigated for rape, rates in the uk remain who go on to be convicted, falls to its lowest level below those of other high income countries. since records were first compiled in sport, england looked like they more than a decade ago. we re in sport, england looked like they were digging in after losing the new figures reveal cancer survival rates in the uk remain below those early wicket on day one of the final of other high income countries. ashes test at lord's but they've lost a second wicket. 0pener rory burns gone. england manager gareth here‘s your business southgate said he is concerned about his players being subjected to abuse headlines on afternoon live. the eurozone gets a boost involved area during the european from its central bank, qualifier next month. he said he with a further cut to interest rates will meet with the team to discuss and a fresh stimulus package, all how they respond. and andy murray aimed at bolstering flagging growth. john lewis swings into a loss in the first half of this year. sales of big ticket electrical and household products have been particularly weak. has accepted a wild card for a tournament in china next month. the cigarette maker british american tobacco has announced more than 2,000 job cuts. mps are calling on video game companies to protect young people with fewer people smoking from addiction. the culture committee is recommending that a feature known as ‘loot boxes‘ — where players pay real money traditional cigarettes, for the chance of winning virtual goods — should not be sold to children. here's our technology it plans to refocus on vaping
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and other new products. correspondent, rory cellan—jones. separately, the white house has announced it will ban fruit flavoured e—cigarettes. much like yourself, someone do you think i'm good? like three quarters of all five—to—15—year—olds, jake and aiden are keen gamers. woo! they admit that, at times, playing games like fortnite has gotten really addictive. it was fun and it felt, it had a good feeling, and it could really hook you on to it, and it was she is looking smart and just fun in general. businesslike, because that is what the new charity she is launching todayis the new charity she is launching today is all about. she became part of this charity called smart works it can also get expensive. here in january, aiden once managed to spend of this charity called smart works here injanuary, and she is today £30 on in—game extras releasing her back to work capsule before his mum realised. she thinks the games firms need wardrobe in partnership withjigsaw, to provide more information. john lewis, marks & spencer and others. the idea of the charity of that it helps unemployed women get you just buy the box, and you connect it to the tv back into the workplace will stop so and then that's it. if you or i buy an item from this there's no sort of, like... well, maybe there is, capsule collection that megan has but i don't remember it, a big introduction about, you know, if your child is this age, and this is what you can do, launched, be charity will give that and this is what might happen. same item to a man who is going to a i don't know. job interview. how much to these items cost? there is the rub, slightly, simon. because
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being a businessjournalist, i have looked at the numbers, and the items now, mps are calling for action in this capsule wardrobe, there are on what are called loot boxes, where gamers pay real money only five of them. there is a dress for virtual goods, such as packs of star players in fifa. from marks and spencers which is they want a ban on selling them to children when there under £20, then there is a pair of is an element of chance involved. trousers for 120, a jacket for 200, you have got a shirt for 175. some of the spending a shirt for £175? exactly. so a is also a form of gambling, we believe, in that people, rather than just purchasing items, thought that springs to mind that i are asked to spend some money to gamble that they might then get will talk to our guest about in the a new player for a football game, or some tool for a game moment, in the context of what this that they're playing, charity is all about, is the price like fortnite, which will help point something that could be their play, and we think thought about? so let‘s talk now to that is probably inappropriate that children should be able to gamble the head of innovation at the sutton on games in that way. they can't gamble elsewhere. the mps say the companies behind trust, a social mobility charity of games like fifa and fortnite hadn't education and work. really good to even done any research talk to you. fantastic that the into the potential harm they might cause. they said it was unacceptable that companies with millions of users, duchess of sussex is putting her many of them children, should be so ill—equipped to discuss weight and celebrity behind this the impact of their products. but the games industry insists it wonderful charity. but you and i, does behave responsibly. much like the duchess, having just the games industry always has returned to work from a year‘s
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and continues to take the welfare of players maternity leave, if we wanted to get really, really seriously. we care deeply about player experience. involved in this charity, it seems we want players to play safely. to me that the price point, by that we want them to play one item from marks & spencer is, in a balanced way. we provide technical puts the barrier to entry quite settings technical measures. we provide education, robust age ratings and guidance high? yes, that's definitely the and information sources. case. i think for a lot of people out there, the price points will be a challenge. i think the main thing to think about is that a lot of aiden and jake do have funds that will get used from the other interests, like building model aircraft. sale of these items will then but the mps say, for some young hopefully go on to help women back people, games can become an addictive and costly obsession, into work, and the sutton trust, for and they need protection. rory—cellan jones, bbc news. example, has been working in this area for many years now, in trying to make the workplace more accessible for particularly groups in society who find things like borisjohnson has dismissed concerns about the possible impact interviews a huge barrier to of a no deal brexit — accessing employment, and that in saying a planning document the government was forced itself is a huge barrier for things to publish last night set out like social mobility in the uk. worst case senarios. the prime minister said absolutely, because that is the operation yellowhammer files —— which date from early august —— interesting. how important is it, do were intended to highlight the risks you think, what a woman looks like —— the prime minister said when she goes for interview? if she the operation yellowhammer files — which date from early august — is doing a job that doesn‘t were intended to highlight the risks necessarily perhaps necessitate so they could then be addressed. the summary of the government's being in front of house. it‘s what no—deal brexit planning is only five she is wearing still really
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pages long but it makes important? so, for particular for startling reading. with more, here's our professions, how you look and what business editor simonjack. you where and how you come across as an important factor. we are trying lorries could be delayed at the to encourage employers to be more ports for up to 2.5 days with inclusive with the recruitment processes, to try to understand some of the processes that people have to significant disruption lasting up to six months. that would supplies of understand to get to that interview, and they should not be reallyjudged fuel and fresh food. it then results on what they look like, what brand of clothing they are wearing, but in lack of availability, choice and actually, the skills they are bringing to that role, their higher prices, panic buying could experience, because those things make matters worse. both these actually stand up for far more than effects could see a low income the brand of clothing that you are groups hit hardest. also three wearing or whether you are wearing a particular type of shoe or not. quarters of uk medicines and medical absolutely, and from your research, do you think that the same rules supplies come via short crossing apply to men, for example? such as dover and are described as quite interesting. so, we have not particularly vulnerable dies. the really done a huge amount of research in terms of looking at the document also contemplates civil gender differences, so what we have disorder as with protests and counter protest as they may even doneis gender differences, so what we have done is look at some of those kind have clashes between fishing vessels which could certainly be illegally of more artificial challenges to do with things like what you are fishing in each other‘s waters. the wearing, and even things like your government said no deal planning has accident can become a huge barrier. accelerated in the six weeks since this document was produced and to be there are probably some differences
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between men and women in terms of clear, this is not a prediction. much will depend on how well what clothing they have to wear or businesses are prepared and how the are expected to wear, but i think above and beyond that, it is their eu member states react in a no deal responsibility of employers to look situation but it does not deny these beyond some of those kind of more scenarios are possible. the government said it still hopes to superficial characteristics, and secure a deal, parliament has passed legislation to prevent no deal and actually, what they have in front of them, and to apply some really great official policy said it is prepared to leave without one. this document policies such as contextual so is some doubt the uk is prepared recruitment, which looks at the for what that might be. candidates that are in front of them, and really takes into we're joined from central london by ian wright, consideration what they have chief executive of the food and drink federation — achieved in terms of their which represents the interests of the uk's food and non—alcoholic environment, the different types of schools they may have gone to, and drinks manufacturing industry really contextualise the individual and specific food sectors. they have got in front of them. really interesting to talk to you. does what we read in this document match many thanks. that‘s it for now. your fears of a no—deal brexit and many thanks. that's it for nowm will be interesting to see the what it means? you might guess, it reaction of that. alice, thank you. seems to me to be a pretty realistic appraisal of what will happen if the prime minister of the bahamas there is a no deal exit on the 31st has called hurricane dorian ‘an historic tragedy‘, of october. it won't be absolutely saying no words are sufficient to describe it. during a televised national address, hubert minnis spoke of the grief his catastrophic for the country but it country was going through. ten days after the hurricane,
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will be grisly there will be chaos officials say two—and—a—half thousand people have been and there will be confusion. grisly registered as missing. gareth barlow reports. chaos. i am wondering, is that because it is the logistics are hurricane dorian devastated these islands, and thousands of people are still missing. physically getting stuff here? is that the problem? we have a modern miracle in this country of the distribution of food coming in through dover, cali and other ports day by day, rescue teams work of course, sent round the country to find the bodies of those killed, while the government works via distribution systems and on the to ascertain the true extent of the disaster. mankind was no match for the power of mother nature. shelves just in via distribution systems and on the shelvesjust in time via distribution systems and on the now this community shelves just in time so anybody who's been to a supermarket in is counting the cost. we recognise the extent recent yea rs who's been to a supermarket in recent years will have noticed the of the devastation. size of the stockroom has we are not going to speculate on what the final numbers would be. contracted, most of the product is on the shelves and it arrived just we understand people at the moment when it can be sold to are concerned, and so are we. shoppers. what this will do is disrupt that. there is a general aid and government officials a cce pta nce disrupt that. there is a general acceptance there will be delays of say around 5,000 people have been evacuated from the hardest—hit island groups. but thousands are still 1-2 acceptance there will be delays of 1—2 days going both ways incidentally in and out of the country and that, despite of the in urgent need of help. year, if it were an october exit, would mean a lot of fresh food we are importing from southern spain and north africa would just not have time to get here and go onto the
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shelf, remaining in good condition. in an address to the nation, it will be shipped and there will be the bahamian prime minister hubert minnis detailed the destruction problems are things like berries, in the worst—hit areas. much of abaco as we knew it is fruit, vegetables and other products decimated and no longer exists. that also go out of time. given we floodwaters in the streets made them appear like the ocean. concrete structures were turned have had this morning and you can to dust, as if a massive bomb had exploded with atomic force. gain planning for this for some time, there really is no way around it? there is a way around it which while international teams have rushed to help the bahamas, the trump administration has said it is to not exit on the 31st of won‘t allow people from the islands 0ctober is to not exit on the 31st of october or to exit with some form of currently living in the us to live deal that meant, as the theresa may and work there until it is safe for them to return. but first there‘s still deal that meant, as the theresa may deal meant, there is a period of the unanswered question transition. if we exit with no deal, of how many people died this is a pretty accurate assessment of what could happen pretty quickly. and will never come home. of of what could happen pretty quickly. of things are harder and tougher to get into the country, it means the consumer will pay more. yes, and thatis consumer will pay more. yes, and that is the other thing. at the same time as all this is going on, we have the currency fluctuations so it may very well be that as a no deal exit emerges much closer towards the now, time for a look at the weather
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end of october that the currency ta nks end of october that the currency tanks and the first thing shoppers forecast. patchy rain should be will see is increased prices of clearing in from scotland, heading products that have been shipped from into parts of wales. europe and are denominated in either fresh airfor the north, quite humid through much of the midlands towards euros or dollars and the disruption the south of england, and with a little sunshine, temperatures are likely to be into the mid 20s. there will be the follow—up until the 31st is the patchy rain and drizzle of october. the government said this affecting northern england and isa wales. that will sink its way of october. the government said this is a worst case scenario as they put southwards, most rain dying out, but it. i'm just wondering what might cleaning onto this cloud in have improved if we still leave on southernmost parts of england, which the 31st october in this period will keep temperatures up. elsewhere, apart from one or two showers across northern scotland, it between. what might improve his should be dry and clear, colder than it was last night. into friday‘s relationships with the french in the irish so it may be that it's forecast, that cloud soon moves away possible to reach what are described from southern counties of england. as side deals on things like product we keep a few showers going, and as blustery winds across northern scotland, one or two who was in of animal as side deals on things like product ofanimal origin, scotla nd scotland, one or two who was in scotland and northern ireland with as side deals on things like product of animal origin, border inspection posts, customs checks but the some sunny spells. lots of sunshine essential problem to which for england and wales, where rain yellowhammer essential problem to which yellowha m mer refers essential problem to which yellowhammer refers is that about will be lighter. a fresh feel, but half the drivers who rock up either with the sunshine, a lovely day, and at calais or dover will not have the right documentation and if they do temperatures around 15—16 in glasgow not have the right documentation and 20—21 in london. which they do not need at the moment, then there will be delays
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and it will not matter if you've got the right documents if you're behind to be lorries that have not. water about nigel farage? i was listening to him last night he said there were other ports, ways around this. nigel farage has evidently never been involved in food distribution. the quickest and most efficient way to get fresh food particularly into this country is across the short straights, as they refer to them, dover and calais or under the tunnel, and that is the pinch point. there will be other pinch points, similarly problems in dublin to fishguard and i think those sorts of areas will be the ones that caused the delay and the disruption. and to suggest it's not going to happen, this is not a report written by a bunch of remoaners, this has been written by sober civil servants who have the country's interest at heart. if boris johnson is watching, what is the message? get a deal? goal sort it out as my message.
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let's get something sorted. 0f course the industry would also want a particular kind of deal and ijust don't think that deal can be done in the next... whatever it is, 50 days. coming up on afternoon live... we'll be joined by our reality check correspondent chris morris, to disect the government's worst case scenario in the event of a no—deal brexit, codenamed, hello, you‘re watching 0peration yellowhammer. afternoon live. today at 4... i did not lie to her majesty — the prime minister of the bahamas the prime minister is forced has called hurricane to answer questions about misleading dorian ‘an historic tragedy‘, the queen over the saying no words are suspension of parliament. sufficient to describe it. during a televised national address, hubert minnis spoke of the grief his country was going through. ten days after the hurricane, did you lie to the queen when you officials say two—and—a—half thousand people have been registered as missing. advised her to prorogue, to suspend gareth barlow reports. parliament? absolutely not. the number of people convicted of rape in england and wales falls to its lowest level on record. hurricane dorian devastated these islands, and thousands of people are still missing. day by day, rescue teams work that was good. to find the bodies of those killed, the fun of gaming — while the government works but how to protect to ascertain the true
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extent of the disaster. children from addiction? mps want the industry to do more. coming up on afternoon live all the sport. mankind was no match the latest on the cricket? england for the power of mother nature. now this community is counting the cost. have lost three wickets on the we recognise the extent opening day of the final test of the devastation. we are not going to speculate against australia, but they have on what the final numbers would be. been stacking up the runs. and we understand people darren bett will have the weather. are concerned, and so are we. the weather should be cooler and fresher, but with more sunshine tomorrow. high pressure is taking a shine to the uk for once, that means aid and government officials say around 5,000 people our weather will be a bit quieter in have been evacuated from the hardest—hit island groups. but thousands are still the days ahead. more details later. in urgent need of help. in an address to the nation, also coming up... the bahamian prime minister hubert minnis detailed the destruction with life—changing cystic fibrosis drugs approved for patients in scotland, in the worst—hit areas. we‘ll go nationwide to get the reaction from glasgow. much of abaco as we knew it is decimated and no longer exists. floodwaters in the streets made them appear like the ocean. concrete structures were turned to dust, as if a massive bomb had exploded with atomic force. good afternoon.
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boris johnson has denied he lied to the queen when he advised her to prorogue parliament — insisting such claims are "absolutely not" true. in his first interview since scotland‘s highest civil court while international teams have rushed to help the bahamas, said his advice to the queen was "unlawful", the prime minister the trump administration has said it said suspension was called won't allow people from the islands because "we need a queen‘s speech, currently living in the us to live we need to get on and do all sorts and work there until it is safe of things at a national level." for them to return. labour said it would continue but first there's still to press the government the unanswered question of how many people died to recall parliament, so that it could properly and will never come home. interrogate ministers. gareth barlow, bbc news. meanwhile the prime minister sought to offer reassurance after the publication of government documents which outline the possible risks of a no—deal brexit. here‘s our political correspondentjessica parker. some very bad news for the hammer the prime minister in london still to come. more details on this to talk shipbuilding. he hopes his brexit with the weather forecast because plans won‘t be sunk. they are not out of the woods yet, are they? could no—deal planning documents that raise potentially not. we are keeping an the possibilities of protests, eye on a couple of areas of clouds a decrease in certain fresh foods and a disruption to medical supplies here. at the moment, this is steer him off course? clusters of thunderstorms that are what you‘re looking at here is just
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just merging together but this is the sensible preparations, the worst—case scenario, how tropical storms and hurricanes that you expect any develop. they start as a cluster of government to do. cloud or thunderstorms. they pick up in reality, we will certainly be ready for a no—deal brexit if we have to do it, energy that is developed into warm and i stress again that‘s not where we intend to end up. it comes after scotland‘s highest water. what is happening with this as there is uncertainty about civil court ruled that the advice whether it will develop, it is to the queen on the suspension of parliament was unlawful, likely it will become a tropical raising questions over whether boris johnson storm and then where will it go? misled the monarch. it's worth saying this will not be anything on the same scale of what there‘s going to be a further we had with dorian at all. the winds adjudication by the supreme court will not be that sort of level, the and we should wait and see what they say. rainfall will not be that sort of did you lie to the queen level but any rain and it is more when you advised her to prorogue, to suspend parliament? likely to be an issue of rain will absolutely not. bea likely to be an issue of rain will be a problem. there could be downing street insists prorogation something like 100 millimetres or so is just the routine run up to a queen‘s speech. as we head into friday and over the weekend. that may not sound very yesterday, judges said it actually much what that will cost them for the problems just now they are had the improper purpose of stymieing parliament, trying to sort things out. the and unhappy mps say they have plenty of questions about the no—deal reason why there is some uncertainty about how much this will develop yellowhammer documents. from this cost of cloud is because
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of probably what happened with that‘s why we‘re so angry that dorian. it has disturbed the sea. parliament was prorogued, because i should be in parliament you think about the storm surge, at the moment with the ability to interrogate the prime wings and really shaking up the minister and ministers. seas. these sort of thing feed off warnings about the impact of the warm sea and warm waters of of a no—deal brexit have, at times, by some been dismissed as project the sea. if they have been fear. but these are government assessments disturbed, the waters have dragged up disturbed, the waters have dragged up cooler water so it will not be as — and so harder to downplay. hot and it is unlikely to be and for those mps who are against a no—deal departure anywhere near as bad as the other but for the recall of parliament, one so it is worth watching. these papers provide extra ammunition. anywhere near as bad as the other one so it is worth watchinglj mentioned one so it is worth watching.” mentioned dorian. there was that now? if you look at what happened, that‘s the thing about yellowhammer this is the eastern sea of the us, today, which is we have to remember that the government has suspended swept up towards nova scotia a few parliament, silenced the elected representatives so that they are not days ago and the remnants have moved right the way across. to the north going to be scrutinised in the way that they would have been in parliament if parliament had of the uk. we focus on this area of been, as it should be cloud. this was tropical storm today, still sitting. gabriel. you can see it is still mps who don‘t quite go in for this there, it just gets military discipline forced gabriel. you can see it is still boris johnson to publish there, itjust gets swept towards there, itjust gets swept towards the uk, doesn't look like much at all but you can see from how far it these no—deal assessments. has travelled, it is responsible for this weather system here which is could the supreme court next week force him to recall parliament? bringing a bit of patchy rain and a captain of a ship isn‘t always in control.
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some very bringing a bit of patchy rain and some very muggy jessica parker, bbc news. bringing a bit of patchy rain and some very muggy air bringing a bit of patchy rain and some very muggy air across south—eastern parts of the uk. this area of low pressure is what is left for dorian. a bit of a tropical 0ur political correspondent, influence across the uk at the helen catt is at westminster. moment. looking at the rain we have isa is a breaking news, the court of session in edinburgh is being asked today. this is the last few hours or to compel the prime minister to so, we have this range are mainly request a extension to article 50 if affecting scotland and northern no deal is in place for leaving the ireland. that will flip its way into northern parts of england and wales. eu, so the pressure continues? fairly light and patchy, sunshine absolutely, it looks like we are but xiao was missing there coming heading for another showdown in into scotland. we have some sunshine scotland‘s highest court. as you across parts of the midlands, east said, a petition being put against anglia and the south—east of england borisjohnson said, a petition being put against and it will be a bit warmer year boris johnson himself. said, a petition being put against borisjohnson himself. the idea is to compel him to comply with the ben without muggy air, averages 23—24dc. bill, as it is known, which says an improvement in the weather in that if he does not have a deal by scotla nd an improvement in the weather in scotland and northern ireland, but 0ctober that if he does not have a deal by the air is cooler. good deal of rain october the 19th, he must send a letter to the eu asking for another pushing southwards. —— good deal of delay to brexit. the prime minister rain. getting stuck across northern has repeatedly said he will not be counties and the english channel, delaying brexit. there was keeping temperature is up. apart discussion about what that meant. some cabinet ministers that he would from showers across scotland, dry and clear, which means it will be not ask for any extension, but he colder than it was last night but we would be complying with the law. have one of these in charge of our weather for the end of the weekend.
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probably into the weekend and this would in effect forcing to do beyond. an area of high pressure. it it, it is going through the scottish will settle things down, around the courts because they have a top of that, still plus three across particular power. i will mangle this scotla nd top of that, still plus three across scotland where we will see some showers, in the across northern horribly, but it means that the scotland, one or two developing scottish courts could signed that further south and perhaps into letter on behalf of borisjohnson, northern ireland. england and wales if he refused to do it. that is why should be dry and there will be lots it is going to the court of of sunshine around. should be a lovely day, wings will be quite sessions. we don‘t know when this light and we will see temperatures will be heard. the petitioners say knew about they should be at this they are mindful of the time time of year so 16—21dc. into the weekend, it will be a chilly start constraint. adding to pressure on across many parts of the country but the prime minister, facing a another deep area of low pressure heading towards iceland. we will get question that no prime minister has the tail end of it really. northern probably been asked before, did he and western parts of scotland will lie to the queen? extraordinary, i turn wet and windy and we will see that rain back pushing its way down can‘t think of another time this would be asked, this is because of into northern ireland during the the advice he gave her as to why he afternoon. the strongest of the winds are likely to be across would be proroguing parliament. we northern scotland. gales quite easily, gusts of 70 that makes per have to wait until tuesday, to see what the next step on that is. hour. as you head into england and labour‘sjohn what the next step on that is. labour‘s john mcdonnell said that wales, nowhere near as windy. dry they would wait to see what happened and quite sunny, warm as well. with the supreme court, although temperature is very pleasant, they are urging the government to recall parliament in any case. it is 21-23dc. temperature is very pleasant,
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21—23dc. collaborative matter. that extraordinary, that we have yet more a deep blow heads away. track some action in the courts, the courts on one hand, parliament on the other, stronger winds into the northern isles of scotland. not a strong on the prime minister, the queen, it is a perfect storm. sunday. heading southwards. how far south it gets a little uncertain but at the moment it looks like it will well, borisjohnson has dismissed be heading towards northern ireland, concerns about the possible impact north wales, northern england, bit of leaving the eu without a deal. of crowd, if you booked of light rain and drizzle, another that 0peration yellowhammer sets out the worst case scenarios across scotland, sunshine and maybe in a no—deal brexit. the prime minister said one or two showers, quite blustery the operation yellowhammer files, which date from early august, winds, cooler here certainly but it were intended to highlight the risks was more southern parts of england so they could then be addressed. and wales, the fine weather continues rightly the weekend for the summary of the government‘s the temperatures could be a little no—deal brexit planning is only five pages long but it makes for startling reading. bit higher, possibly 24—25dc see you with more, here‘s our later. business editor simonjack. the trouble starts at the ports, in what they describe as a reasonable worst—case scenario, lorries could be delayed at the ports for up to two and a half days, with significant disruption lasting up to six months. that would hit supplies of fuel and fresh food. in that sense, resulting in reduced
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availability, choice and higher prices. panic buying, it says, could make matters worse. both of these effects would see low income groups hit hardest. also, three quarters of uk medicines and medical supplies this is bbc news — come via short crossing such as our latest headlines: the prime minister denies lying dover and are described as particularly vulnerable to port to the queen and insists the uk will be ready for a no—deal brexit, delays. the document also despite government documents warning that it could lead to food contemplates civil disorder. with and medicine shortages. protests a nd contemplates civil disorder. with protests and counter protests, and says there may even be clashes the number of people investigated for rape between fishing vessels which would who go on to be convicted falls to its lowest level suddenly be illegally fishing in since records were first compiled more than a decade ago. each other‘s waters. the government new figures reveal cancer survival says no deal planning has rates in the uk remain below those accelerated in the six weeks since of other high income countries. the document was produced. to be clear, this is not a prediction. mps are calling for in—game spending to be regulated by gambling laws much will depend on how well and so—called loot boxes businesses are prepared and how eu member states react in a node your banned entirely for children. situation. it does not deny these scenarios are plausible. the government said that it still hopes to secure a deal and parliament has passed legislation to prevent no to cricket. we are 605 without loss, deal. at official policy is still that it deal. at official policy is still thatitis deal. at official policy is still that it is prepared to leave without aren't we jane? cheer is up. no.” one. this document so is some doubt
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that the uk is prepared for what think we are doing too badly. they that the uk is prepared for what that might mean. have lost two wickets on the opening dave penman is the general day of the final ashes test. this is secretary of the fda — the trade union that represents a chance of course for england to senior managers and professionals level the five test series. 2—1 to in central government and the wider civil service. australia currently, and they have already retained the ashes. but they will want to win a series out right none of this is new to you, civil as well. england lost an opening serva nts none of this is new to you, civil servants compiled this. anybody who batsman. they have had so many says there is no work going on for problems with opening batsman, preparation is wrong? clearly, u nfortu nately. problems with opening batsman, unfortunately. that early wicket was government had been preparing for joe denly, who went byjust 14, nearly three years now for brexit. joe denly, who went byjust14, there was a bit of a dress rehearsal caught behind by steve smith. they seem to be digging in after that. a around no—deal in march, and almost 20,000 civil servants are currently decent partnership, and joe root had working on preparations, both for a to really lucky escapes, dropped no deal exit and clearly the twice. but burns went for 47, caught government‘s preference is ideal. that is probably the biggest by mitchell marsh. currently, challenge, trying to deal with those england are 126—2. captain joe two things simultaneously. you have written a letter to the prime by mitchell marsh. currently, england are 126—2. captainjoe root and ben stokes at crease, route on minister, because there are concerns within civil servants that if the 40, so not doing too badly. you can prime minister does what he has threatened to do, which is follow all the coverage on five live technically break the law by sports extra and the sports website, refusing to request a brexit where you can find in play video extension, that he will draw civil highlights. let's about an issue we talk about serva nts extension, that he will draw civil servants into that? you have to remember it is not the prime
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far too much, racism in football. minister who does things, it is the civil service that does things on england are saying they are behalf of ministers and the prime preparing players should they be minister. their concern is that they subject to this? yes, unfortunately, have an obligation to uphold the law england players and coaches for that matter having to deal with this yet under the civil service code. if the again. head coach gareth southgate prime minister, as he is adjusting, says he is worried about their trip and people around him are to bulgaria next month, because he suggesting, would refuse to comply thinks that there is a very strong with an act of parliament, that chance they could face racist abuse could place individual severed —— because bulgaria fans have already been punished for racist behaviour civil servants at risk. so we have injune been punished for racist behaviour in june earlier this year. asked him to settle that as only he been punished for racist behaviour injune earlier this year. so much can, and rule out the fact that he so, the stadium is going to be partially closed for their match on would advise any civil servant to break the civil service code. has 0ctober14, their punishment for any civil servant been asked so far that. also don't forget, england's black players were subjected to monkey chants on their last visit to to do that? no, it is extraordinary we are even talking about it. it is those on the prime minister that are sofia in 2011. a while ago, but southgate still feels there is speculating and putting the country enough of a chance that he wants to on the civil service in this quite make preparations just in case. extraordinary position. that is why we have focused on the prime enough of a chance that he wants to make preparationsjust in case. he says, we are aware there is history minister. 0nly he can end the there, and we want to make sure we speculation and deal with the are all prepared for what might uncertainty that people feel just happen and how we want to respond. now. how would you assess relations between government and the civil the fa is investigating a complaint of racial this against former service at the moment? the civil service at the moment? the civil
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england women's boss mark sampson. service is there to deliver the wheel of government. if there is a his current club stevenage has strongly defended their caretaker settled wheel in government... that manager, saying that allegations is not what i asked, i am wondering have no foundation. sampson was found to have used discriminatory how it is working. civil service language while he was the england deals with new ministers and prime women's manager, and he was sacked ministers all the time, that is part after inappropriate conduct in a of what it does. if the settled will previous role came to light. sampson of what it does. if the settled will of government is no—deal, the civil recently became caretaker manager of service‘ job is to deliver no deal. steve na g e. recently became caretaker manager of stevenage. the club said in a that is unequivocal. civil servants statement that the allegations were phoned into the fa by a former coach will save this government and the the day after sampson said he could next government. it is the no longer meet him at the club. uncertainty, i think. next government. it is the uncertainty, ithink. 0verthe next government. it is the uncertainty, i think. over the next to tennis now, and andy murray will few weeks, the suggestion that civil serva nts be playing three tenements in as few weeks, the suggestion that civil servants may be asked to ignore an many weeks in china. he had already act of parliament is just so agreed to play this month in zhuhai extraordinary that it is creating some uncertainty and disquiet. i think the prime minister needs to and beijing, and he has accepted a settle that. it says something that wild card for the shanghai masters. you feel you have to write a letter he returned to action last month, but has yet to win a match on the to the prime minister to try to avoid that. is there a suspicion main court. to golf now, and the opening ceremony for the solheim cup this that the prime minister is... i evening, the first of three days of matchplay golf which starts with the foursomes tomorrow morning at don‘t know, out of control, doing his own thing to the point where he scotland's gleneagles. europe's
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women have never lost the cup and it is not listening to others? what? has been held in scotland, but the well, obviously the prime minister usa are the heavy favourites as the and those around him who briefed on look to retain the trophy for the third time in a row. theseissues and those around him who briefed on these issues about potentially ignoring the law... do you want to the unity we have in the team are name names? no, it is for something that is really good, and everyone has make a really supportive of each other. it is journalists to name names. dominic cummings is the name, if i put that really the best situation that you to you, is there a concern?” can be earn in terms of team golf cummings is the name, if i put that to you, is there a concern? i don't think it is about that, dominic and everyone's getting along really well, so the team room has plenty of cummings isa think it is about that, dominic cummings is a specialist adviser, he advises the prime minister, he has banter, and everyone is having a no power, the prime minister has great time. look forward to that. to the men's power. when there is this briefing game, and rory michael roy as the and speculation, it lies at the door of the prime minister. that is why american pga tour's golfer 0f we listen to borisjohnson and not game, and rory michael roy as the american pga tour's golfer of the yearfor american pga tour's golfer of the year for the american pga tour's golfer of the yearfor the third time. dominic cummings. he has to settle the matter. we have seen him asked american pga tour's golfer of the year for the third time. it was if he lied to the queen, we are voted by fellow professionals. the dealing with extraordinary when it receives the jack nicklaus circumstances. the prime minister trophy. he was having lunch when he needs to understand that his speculation is creating uncertainty was surprised with it. you have got three now! and disquiet among civil servants.” congratulations. really?! will ask you a question that i suspect you have not been asked before, do you trust the prime thank you! minister? i trust the civil service,
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applause i trust that, ultimately, i think we have a situation where there will be... where we to get to this point, where the prime minister was genuinely suggesting that the civil service were to break the civil service were to break the civil service code, i think we would get award, 2019. wow! how nice. he had goose bumps and was to such an impasse around the principles that underpin the civil genuinely surprised. i genuinely deserved for rory michael roy. service, and people would simply yes, he was handed the award and refuse to do that, it would create such consternation that it would said, i've already got two!” said, i've already got two! i don't think he was turning it down. we we re think he was turning it down. we were saying, let's go for a resolve the matter. but it is hard hat—trick. were saying, let's go for a hat-trick. i will talk to you later, tojudge. because he is speculating thank you very much. the government has published about refusing to follow an act of documents that outline what it calls the worst case scenario in the event parliament. the fact you have written a letter would suggest you of a no—deal brexit. don‘t trust him and you are just the document, named 0peration yellowhammer, was published last night raising a concern that he might take after an intervention by the former you into a loan you don‘t want to go conservative attorney general dominic grieve. into? i think what we have to say is 0ur reality check correspondent that it lies at the door of the chris morris is here. prime minister. he is creating so, let's go through this. uncertainty in the civil service and what do the yellowhammer documents say about the problems facing therefore it is only the prime lorries trying to cross minister that can put this to bed. the english channel? the civil service is there to yes, we know now that dover — deliver the prime minister‘s well and the government‘s will. he should calais, the short straights, as they call them, are absolutely key, and understand that the people who he is if there is a new deal, suddenly we asking to deliver that are asking
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are outside the single market in the for some certainty, that they would customs union, the eu's economic not be asked to breach one of the structures. so if lorries do not fundamental principle that underpins have the right documents, and if the work they do. that is adhering there are not enough places for them to the rule of law. you know what is to park in waiting a potentially, to get through, this document says going on in ways that others don‘t, that, in a realistic worst—case it is civil servants that are doing scenario, the flow could be reduced everything, whether it is preparing to about 40—60% of current levels for a no—deal, whether they are in within one day. 0fficials brussels negotiating between closed doors. have you ever known an to about 40—60% of current levels within one day. officials say these are old assumptions that are being atmosphere like this? no, and the updated. they will not tell us what the new ones are. they point out political uncertainty has increased that things have happened since. since the new prime minister has there is this thing called a aori taken over since the new prime minister has ta ken over because since the new prime minister has taken over because of his approach. the biggest problem for the civil service is what we touched on at the number which anyone exporting or beginning. there are 20,000 civil importing into the eu needs to have. serva nts beginning. there are 20,000 civil servants preparing for multiple outcomes when it comes to brexit. it companies have been asked to register for those numbers, is such a fundamental issue, and it companies have been asked to registerfor those numbers, now they are automatically being given them is such a fundamental issue, and it is going to affect our country for by the government. they hope that decades to come. it is almost will speed things up. there is also impossible to do that a business readiness campaign. but simultaneously. what we need is the settled will of parliament and evenif a business readiness campaign. but even if you increase that, to 80%, government to decide where the country is going and then ask the civil service to deliver it, they will deliver it. frustrated? very. say, which i don't think they will, that will still mean 20% of the
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and i think our members are 10,000 lorries going through dover every day we'll have to wait frustrated. and i think this sort of somewhere. that will very quickly speculation about whether they are going to be asked to breach the create jams and, within one day, civil service code is a destruction. a destruction they can do without that they think this reduction could when they are trying to deliver the happen, in a realistic worst—case government‘s will. when they are trying to deliver the government's will. good to see you, scenario, and i think the best case scenario, and i think the best case scenario would still mean, certainly in the short they would be delays. thanks. in the united states, a powerful congressional committee the documents also warn has voted to broaden its powers of a "decrease" in certain types of fresh food and price rises for food and fuel. we have just heard from the food and to investigate president trump. drink federation saying the same. price rises to four food and fuel. the house judiciary committee, why that? a lot of that is linked. controlled by democrats, voted along strict party lines following its frustrations at the refusal of a number that issue of the lorries and of white house officials and former logistics moving across the channel staffers to appear to give evidence. if the committee decides to recommend articles is absolutely crucial. 0bviously, of impeachment to the full house, is absolutely crucial. obviously, a lot of fresh food comes in from it would require a simple europe. if the lorries can't move, majority there to proceed the food doesn't move so quickly. we to a trial in the senate. let‘s get more on this now are not talking about suddenly from our washington correspondent, nothing on the shelves. we are gary 0‘donaghue. talking about potentially reduced how much trouble, potentially, is choice and availability, and president trump in here? well, i particularly at that time of year, think he will view this, in some it is difficult. probably worse than if we had left with no deal back in ways, as a potential advantage, in march. the end of october, the tisch
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agricultural growing season has just some ways. because it would be a come to an end, so we are useful way of him fighting an overdependent on more dependent than at other times of year and the election if he was under threat from european market. even if it is stuff a house controlled by the democrats. you can stockpile, which you have usually can do with fresh fruit, but he could present himself as being maybe with food you can stockpile, because it is the run—up to persecuted. there are upsides, as christmas, where houses are full, so well as downsides. 0ne thatis christmas, where houses are full, so that is a bit of a problem. and if persecuted. there are upsides, as well as downsides. one thing he does know is that if they go down this road and they get the vote through there are lots of delays, then we know there are plans potentially of this committee, and in the house of lorry parks in kent and so forth, representatives, which are lorries potentially queueing back up controlled by democrats, it will the motorway, if that happens, then fail in the senate simply because you need a two thirds majority there there could be, according to this yellowhammer document, disruption to and the republicans have more senators than the democrats. so it fuel supplies, and that is why there won‘t work. the calculation on the isa fuel supplies, and that is why there is a potential problem with fuel democrat side is, is this a way of supplies. we have refineries here. trying to turn public opinion a how much fuel is there? there was little bit, is this a way of trying one bit of this document which was to get information and testimony redacted, blacked out, when it was reduced last night by the from people who could damage the government. we know what that bit said. it was about refineries, and president, who could talk to the various things they accuse him of, it was actually articulating the and is it a way of actually getting fear that the government, if they more cooperation on some of the we re fear that the government, if they were to say, you can bring for fuel areas where they have simply had
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people refused to appear before in from europe with no tariffs, fuel them, even when they have been subpoenaed, and they are battling exported from the uk to europe would out in the courts. the other thing, still have a tariff on it, because the uk would impose one. in that simon, is that overshadowing the scenario, according to their own whole calculation about impeachment document, you could be looking at is what happened to bill clinton in potentially refineries closing, the 905. the republican house strikes happening, and again, fuel impeached him, it got defeated in the senate by the democrats, who supplies disrupted. you ask about we re the senate by the democrats, who were the majority there, and bill price rises. 0bviously, supplies disrupted. you ask about price rises. obviously, in terms of clinton‘5 popularity went up. that why would it affect the poorest i5 clinton‘5 popularity went up. that is the problem. the difficulty for people disproportionately, well, obviously, everybody needs to buy the democrats i5 food, so if you have a limited is the problem. the difficulty for the democrats is the leadership in amount of income every month, you their party, what they don‘t want is are going to be more affected if impeachment at this stage, they don‘t think it is the right time, food prices go up than if you have they think the risks are too high. a more income available. 0n the point made also, if the pound lot of the newcomers, a lot of what fall still further, that will have you might call the progressive, an effect? there are lots of things. the weather can also affect the young progressive you might call the progressive, young progre55ive left on the price of food. so it is notjust democratic party are screaming for brexit, but this is originally a it. of course there is an election crunch point. not that far away? yes, that's absolutely right, and it could cut lots of people are asking not if they will be disruption, but how both ways in that context. it could long it will last. supplies of medicine are also the focus. yes, turn to his advantage, it could turn to their advantage. i don‘t think at the documents as again, reasonable
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the moment the leadership, in the worst—case assumption, which doesn't mean it is something that will happen, but it's shape of nancy pelo5i, the speaker of the house, they don‘t feel there mean it is something that will happen, but its is being factored m, happen, but its is being factored in, disruption could last for up to six months. that obviously means i5a of the house, they don‘t feel there is a slam dunk case that could get medical supplies, rather like fresh republicans on side. it‘s food, come into the equation. we importan food, come into the equation. we import an awful lot of medicines from the european union. some things questionable, whatever the evidence can be stockpiled, tablets of was, whatever was recovered by aspirin, perhaps, but otherthings various inquiries, we have had really can't be. radioisotopes, for example, to be used in certain miller, there is a suspicion that cancer scans, degrade literally within a few hours. things like the era we live in is so partisan, insulin need to be refrigerated so you can't delay them for too long. so polarised, that nothing, in a 5en5e, so polarised, that nothing, in a sense, would tip the other side we have heard from doctors of their over, or if it enough on the other real concerns about medical supply. what is the government doing? well, side overfor voting for it is saying we are chartering planes to fly a certain amount of over, or if it enough on the other medicines in. but there is easily an side over for voting for them. issue of volume. you can really replace the potential volume of you‘re watching afternoon live, these are our headlines 10,000 trucks a day with chartered planes. so again, there is a huge the prime minister denies lying to the queen and insists the uk amount going on behind the scenes, will be ready for a no—deal brexit — despite government documents warning but the point to emphasise is that a modern economy like ours has got a that it could lead to food and medicine shortages. million moving parts, and we are the number of people
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investigated for rape, who go on to be convicted, suddenly saying in a no deal, falls to its lowest level there's million moving parts have since records were first compiled — got to go from here to hear all at more than a decade ago. new figures reveal cancer survival rates in the uk remain below those once. so there is bound to be some of other high income countries. disruption. so the focus on the south of and in sport: england, the focus there. northern ireland is a whole different ball game, though. yes, and i think this four wickets gone in the first day is the one issue the government is of the final ashes te5t, more worried about than anything but the runs are stacking up else. if you look at the list, it is for england — captainjoe root has passed his 50. written and fairly sort of plain, that was him getting his half not exactly neutral language, but it century. he has just is quite alarming stuff. it says that was him getting his half century. he ha5ju5t gone that was him getting his half century. he has just gone for 57. england need to win this match that any short—term plan for the to level the series. england manager gareth southgate border is likely to be unsustainable says he is concerned about his players being subjected almost immediately, because of legal, economic and bio—security to raci5t abuse in bulgaria during their euro qualifier next month. risks. it says that some businesses he says he‘ll meet with the team will stop trading in the agriculture to discuss how they respond. four—time grand slam champion kim clijsters comes out of the retirement for a second time. and agri— food business sectors, and says she‘ll play which will be particularly affected. again, this is a reasonable on the women‘s tour next year. worst—case scenario, not a guarantee of anything happening, but it warns of anything happening, but it warns ofjob of anything happening, but it warns of job losses, protest, of anything happening, but it warns ofjob losses, protest, direct action, with road blockages. i think i'll i‘ll be back with more on thatjoe there is a really interesting root wicket after half past. sentence hidden in there, when people talk about, let's just get on
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with it, have a clean break brexit, the number of people investigated it will all go away. one sentence in for rape who were later convicted of a sexual offence has fallen this document: there will be to its lowest level since records significant pressure to agree new began more than a decade ago. arrangements which supersede the day the latest figures show one model within days or weeks. in there were fewer than 2,000 convictions across england and wales in the year to the end of march — other words, whatever is in place in down by more than a quarter northern ireland will not be on the previous year. sustainable, and we will need to the number — talk to the other side again. and proportion — of suspects michael gove, cabinet minister who who were charged has also dropped dramatically. is in charge of this, says he does our home affairs correspondent not think the government would deny june kelly reports. phone messages and social media their focus in northern have become a big part not think the government would deny theirfocus in northern ireland. —— of rape investigations. ido theirfocus in northern ireland. —— i do not think he they would deny it. he said, we are acutely aware complainants are being asked to hand over their phones, whatever the impact of no—deal as the police search brexit, it is likely to be more for digital evidence. acute in a number of ways in northern ireland, extending notjust rebecca says that after she was of the economy but to security raped, she had some seemingly considerations as well. dover and normal whatsapp exchanges calais is about logistics, and it is with her attacker. problematic, but can eventually be this was because she was trying not solved, perhaps. but it is all the to make him angry as he had punched her and threatened her with a knife. politics and history and security of northern ireland on top of that which makes it such a potential but she was told that the messages could be misinterpreted by a jury — flash point. chris, thank you very much. and the man, who she learned had a history of violence against women, wasn‘t prosecuted. let's get more now that mps are calling on video game companies learning that decision to protect young
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people from addiction. the culture committee was absolutely devastating. is recommending that a feature known as ‘loot boxes‘ — how did you feel where players pay real when you learned that? money for the chance of winning virtual goods — somewhere between absolutely broken should not be sold to children. to absolutely livid as well. it was, hang on a minute, let‘s now speak to the labour you‘ve let him out, based mp ian lucas, a member on a really weak reason. of the commons, digital, culture, media and sport. hejoins me from wrexham. a lot of people will be very surprised that the latest annual figures children can do this now.” for england and wales show that people will be very surprised that children can do this now. i think prosecutions now stand at 3,034, that‘s right. i think too many of us, this is a real education, but a drop of nearly a third. this is a massive industry, lots of convictions are down to 1,925. people working, lots of money made within it, but also, lots of people use and play games, and we are really on an enormous journey of catch up, because a lot of money has this is a fall of been made without us looking closely more than a quarter. and referrals from the police stand at 3,375. at the way the industry operates, this figure is down by over a fifth. and the way that the games companies so, hard evidence that fewer suspects are being brought to court by the crown prosecution service. dictate, of really being able to campaigners are accusing prosecutors of screening out the tougher cases. not true, says the director operate without responsibility. a position of catch up. is this because the games companies are running rings around everybody? of public prosecutions. i think many people did not and do well, it would be quite wrong,
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not know what is actually happening wouldn‘t it, to make a serious in the detail of the games. that is decision that impacts on somebody‘s apart from the players. many of life in that sort of way — and we don‘t. those are children, who, as we all as a matter of policy, we apply the same test know, know a lot more about these to every kind of crime, games than many of their parents. so whether it‘s rape and sexual violence or any other sort of crime. it is really important that now, we can look at their detail of the there is a huge justice gap for complainants of rape. aspects of gambling which are contained within games, and which we and what that also says is that if you're a rapist, you can continue your offending really need to address. is with impunity, because the likelihood of you being held to legislation the only way forward for this? of legislation the only way forward for this? of course, games companies are competing amongst one another for account in the courts is minuscule. what is clearly a very lucrative market. it is not the only way of dealing with it, but what was deeply rebecca was told by a specially—trained rape lawyer concerning about a lot of the that her case wasn‘t going to court. evidence we heard on the enquiry was it‘s a conversation that a lot of games companies did she remembers well. not really take responsibility for he‘s raped somebody, they‘ve come forward, the fact that lots of people are there is so much evidence there, you‘ve let a known rapist go. i‘ve said that to her, and she shrugged. she went, "i‘ve heard worse." becoming addicted to their gaming. they didn‘t recognise that, they rebecca says she was left suicidal hadn‘t even taken any steps in by her experience, and she is unsure connection with that. i the whether she would advise other complainants to come forward. meanwhile, the crown prosecution service says it will now ask introduction of these things called a watchdog to review its work. loot boxes, which incentivise gambling among young people. we know gambling is a problem. we are trying
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to deal with that through regulation with adults, but we do not want children becoming addicted to gaming a new study shows cancer survival and two parts of gaming like loot in the uk is improving — but that it lags behind that boxes which create a lot of income of other wealthy countries. for these big companies. the irony the research looked at five—year is, of course, they have more survival rates, and found they were worse in the uk information, the game companies, and than in australia, who is possibly vulnerable than canada and ireland. anybody else, because they know who 0ur health correspondent, pays what and how often. they know dominic hughes, reports. who their best customers are, they for some years now, the uk has lagged behind other developed will target them, they will be countries when it comes pressing them on occasions to pay to treating cancer. more money. they are incentivising the gap is closing with definite signs of improvement, activity to make a maximum profit. but the latest research shows all of this information is there. there‘s no room for complacency. but they haven‘t really had in their we know that we don‘t have enough radiologists, minds, it seemed to us, the dangers we don‘t have enough endoscopists and we don‘t have enough of pursuing that policy. they need of the pathologists that read the tests, and so we have something to start taking responsibility and of a bottleneck in the nhs u nless to start taking responsibility and unless they do so, it will be to be able to get people through the system. necessary to step in and to and this can make our gps slightly implement some form of regulation. more reluctant to refer ian lucas, good of you tojoin us, at the earliest possible opportunity when there is this thank you for your time this bottleneck in the system. afternoon. the latest data looks at survival alice is here with the business news rates for seven of the most common cancers in seven high—income injust a moment. alice is here with the business news in just a moment. at first, alice is here with the business news injust a moment. at first, our headlines. countries with similar
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health care systems. the uk was at the foot of the league the prime minister denies lying to the queen and insists the uk table in five of the seven cancers, will be ready for a no—deal brexit — including pancreatic cancer, despite government documents warning where less than 8% survived five that it could lead to food years after diagnosis. and medicine shortages. the number of people investigated for rape in australia the five—year survival who go on to be convicted falls to its lowest level since records were first compiled rate was close to 15%. more than a decade ago. new figures reveal cancer survival faster diagnosis and swifter rates in the uk remain below those treatment are the key to better results, and unions say that means of other high income countries. more specialist staff trained to identify and treat cancer. here‘s your business we do think there needs to be a focus on specialist nursing headlines on afternoon live. and continuing professional development, investment in that, the eurozone gets a boost and also time given so once we‘ve got the numbers we can spend time from its central bank — developing them into specialist roles so they can contribute fully to the service delivery. with a further cut to interest rates and a fresh stimulus package, all aimed at bolstering flagging growth. john lewis swings into a loss in the first half of this year. the government points to cancer sales of big ticket electrical survival rates in the uk that and household products have are now at a record high. been particularly weak. and analysts have welcomed nhs the cigarette maker england‘s plan for the coming years british american tobacco has which targets the improvement announced more than 2,000 job cuts. of cancer services. with fewer people smoking some of the measures in there do traditional cigarettes,
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line up with some of the things that it plans to refocus on vaping and other new products. studies suggest may be behind the uk‘s poor performance. separately, the white house has so those will be things like speed announced it will ban fruit flavoured e—cigarettes. to starting diagnosis, picking up all the symptoms that might lead you to that suspicion that there‘s something that needs to be looked at there again. i think those probably are along the right tracks. because these statistics take a while come through, we talk aboutjohn lewis, don‘t we, it may be some time before we really know whether they work or not. not brilliant results from them. the the uk‘s record on treating boss has already made some pretty cancer is getting better, strong comments about brexit? but today‘s figures show there is still a long way to go. absolutely right, simon. we have is dominic hughes, bbc news. half yearly results out. the company has lost nearly £26 million. that is compared with a very small profit a baby boy who died after being made on the same period last year. pulled out of a river in greater manchester has been named charlie mayfield, the chairman of john lewis, cited other concerns, locally as zakari bennett. including a big, expensive it the 11—month—old was lifted from the river irwell near bury overhaul, salary increases, and a yesterday afternoon general weakening of the grocery but died in hospital. market, but he has pointed the a 22—year—old man has been arrested finger pretty fairly at the chaos on suspicion of murder. surrounding fears of a no—deal mp5 are calling on video game brexit. 0f surrounding fears of a no—deal brexit. of course, this in the wake companies to protect young people of the yellowhammer no deal document from addiction. the culture committee published just last night. charlie is recommending that a feature
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mayfield, really well respected known as "loot boxes" — where players pay real money figure in the retail industry, so for the chance of winning his words will carry weight. he has virtual goods — should not be sold to children. here‘s our technology said that no amount of planning and correspondent, rory cellan—jones. do you think i‘m good? preparation could mitigate against like three quarters of all the potential impact of a no—deal five—to—15—year—olds, jake and aiden are keen gamers. brexit. those sentiments were woo! actually echoed by the co—op, which they admit that, at times, also released results today. lets playing games like fortnite has gotten really addictive. look to america. yesterday, it was fun and it felt, president trump announced his it had a good feeling, and it could really hook administration would ban flavoured e—cigarettes after a spate of vaping you on to it, and it was just fun in general. related deaths? absolutely right. federal health authorities reporting this rising mysterious illnesses and it can also get expensive. vaping related illnesses, as you aiden once managed to spend say. we have had the us first lady £30 on in—game extras before his mum realised. mullaney trump, who has weighed into this, tweeting earlier in the week, deeply concerned about the growing she thinks the games firms need epidemic of e—cigarette using our to provide more information. children. what has been announced is you just buy the box, that they are banning flavoured and you connect it to the tv e—cigarettes, because lots of and then that's it. companies out there, juul being the there's no sort of, like... well, maybe there is, but i don't remember it, market leader, they have been a big introduction about, selling very fruity flavoured you know, if your child is this age, e—cigarettes, things like mango and and this is what you can do, and this is what might happen. i don't know.
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strawberry, etc, and what the government wants to do is ban any vaping device that doesn‘t simply now, mp5 are calling for action on what are called loot boxes, taste of tobacco, to try to dissuade where gamers pay real money for virtual goods, such as packs children specifically from buying them. but of course, a huge impact of star players in fifa. on the tobacco industry as a whole, because it has become a major part they want a ban on selling them to children when there of their business. let‘s get a bit is an element of chance involved. more on this now from our north some of the spending american business reporter. vivian, is also a form of gambling, really good to talk to you. what has we believe, in that people, brought this on? what is with the rather than just purchasing items, are asked to spend some money timing of this? well, in the last to gamble that they might then get a new player for a football game, week here in the us, we have seen a or some tool for a game that they‘re playing, flurry of media reports and a huge amount of attention on e—cigarettes. like fortnite, which will help their play, and we think that is probably inappropriate that as you say, we have had a number of children should be able to gamble on games in that way. illnesses, actually 450 serious lung they can‘t gamble elsewhere. illnesses, actually 450 serious lung illnesses linked to the use of e—cigarettes, and six deaths, so the mp5 say the companies behind there has been a lot of attention. games like fifa and fortnite hadn‘t even done any research it is also thought that among young into the potential harm they might cause. people, this is really an industry that hasjust exploded. there are they said it was unacceptable that huge numbers being thrown around, companies with millions of users, something like 5 million people many of them children, should be so ill—equipped to discuss thought to use e—cigarettes here in the impact of their products. america. 3.6 million last year, so basically, president trump has but the games industry insists it
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clocked that concern, mullaney has does behave responsibly. weighed in, as you said, and they started to think this is something the games industry always has they should make a move on. all and continues to take the welfare of players really, really seriously. those flavours you mention, mint, we care deeply about player experience. mango, they are seen as a gateway, we want players to play safely. attracting teenagers to use this we want them to play product, and then perhaps even putting them on to traditional in a balanced way. cigarettes. so a lot of concern, and we provide technical settings, president trump has said he will technical measures. work in health guidelines leading to we provide education, a ban of those flavoured robust age ratings and guidance and information sources. e—cigarettes. a ban of those flavoured e-cigarettes. and it has been a bad aiden and jake do have other interests, like building model aircraft. week for e—cigarette companies in the us generally, hasn‘t it? but the mp5 say, for some young people, games can become week for e—cigarette companies in the us generally, hasn't mm week for e—cigarette companies in an addictive and costly obsession, the us generally, hasn't it? it has. and they need protection. earlier in the week, we saw the food rory—cellan jones, bbc news. and drug administration here right warning letters to the ceo ofjuul labs, which controls about 70% of the e—cigarette market there in the us. the fda warned them to stop now an incredible story coming from marketing their product is safer than traditional cigarettes. the uk their proximity board. it basically, it said, you need federal approval to make those claims, and you will not get that if you cannot reports on their proximity events in uk airspace. two freefalling back it up with scientific evidence. sojuul back it up with scientific evidence. so juul lab is already having a parachutists nearly collided in rough week. they will not welcome this news about a ban on flavours. i midair with two us fighter planes
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travelling at almost 350 mph spoke to one person who uses vaping according to the latest report. the products and he says he does not know anyone who uses the tobacco skydivers recorded the aircraft pass flavoured ones, which are the only under them on a helmet camera as ones which should be on sale here in they fell at 120 mph. the pilots the us in a few weeks' time. interesting to see the impact of the from raf la kenheath span. for now, thank you very much. they fell at 120 mph. the pilots from raf lakenheath should have been told by air traffic controllers that i shall see you later on. -- the the cambridge parachute site was impact of this band. active. the us air force base was public swimming pools in munich are a haven in the summer, re—briefing crews to make them but to hygiene rules mean aware, it added. this was a very four—legged friends are banned. close call indeed. the board was unable to establish how close the two came to colliding during the incident. this happened over the but for one day only, airfield on the 17th of april this the lido was opened to fido — and doggy paddle was easily year. it was classified as the the most popular stroke. second highest danger category. the it proved a big hit for hot dogs, and was allowed before the dantebad board was shown go pro footage from pool was closed and drained for the winter. the helmet of one of the and for once, nobody complained parachutists and could clearly see about the smell of wet dog! the f—155 passing beneath them. now, the f—155 passing beneath them. now, the wing commander, colonel william now it‘s time for a look at the weather. we can cross the newsroom. marshall, said uk airspace was
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incredibly complex and often darren is with us. congested. and he said the safety of our aircrew, as well as those that 0h, oh, dear. never mind. share the skies, is our number one priority. investigations and no shaggy dog stories here. instead, retraining under way after that near we are looking at some fine, warm sunshine to develop over the next miss between parachutists and two few days. today, we have some cloud jets travelling at 350 mph. coming around, which has been producing some patchy rain and drizzle. it up jets travelling at 350 mph. coming up after the sport, we will hear the reaction to the news that a life will be clearing away from scotland and northern ireland, allowing more changing cystic fibrosis drugs have on the way of sunshine as the been approved for patients in afternoon goes on. if few showers as scotland. well. it will head into northern england and wales, but ahead of it, the midlands towards east anglia and the blustery winds are pushing a lot the midlands towards east anglia and the south—east, still dry, of cloud for many others across the temperatures 23—24, quite warm and rest of the day. patchy rain muggy air. patchy like rain and clearing from scotland and northern drizzle would download will head ireland aren‘t heading into northern parts of finland and wales. southwards across this evening, most introducing sunshine and fresh air of the rain petering out. cloud for the north. he may through much lingering over southern counties of the midlands towards the will keep temperatures up. away from south—east of england. with a little here, apart from one or two showers sunshine, temperature is likely to be into the mid 205. patchy rain and across northern scotland, it will be dry, with clear skies, and as a drizzle affecting northern england result, cooler than last night. high and wales. that will sink southwards. most of the rain pressure will be responsible for the
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fine weather over the next few days clearing out. that will keep the for many parts of the country. temperature is up. elsewhere, apart certainly in evidence on friday. from showers continuing across around the top, still blustery wins northern scotland it should be dry and clear, colder than it was last across northern scotland, where we will see the bulk of the showers. soonish i was for the rest of night. friday‘s forecast, that cloud scotland, the odd shower perhaps. —— moves away from southern counties of england. blustery wind across sunny spells for the rest of scotland. northern scotland, one of two for the winds will be like, and temperatures will be back to where western scotland and northern they should be at this time of year, ireland. lots of sunshine for england and wales, where the wind 16-21 they should be at this time of year, will be lighter. a fresh feel, but 16—21 degrees. into the weekend, with the sunshine around it should bea with the sunshine around it should be a lovely day, temperatures as that high pressure still around means a chilly start on saturday, high as 21 in london and around 15 but change is afoot. in the north of or16 in high as 21 in london and around 15 or 16 in glasgow. the uk, deep, low pressure is strengthening winds and dragging in some rain, so turning wet and windy this is bbc news — our latest headlines. the prime minister denies lying across northern parts of scotland, and we will see the rain band to the queen and insists the uk arriving in northern ireland in the afternoon from the north. the winds, will be ready for a no—deal brexit — despite government documents warning gale force in northern scotland, quite easily. gusts of 60 miles an that it could lead to food and medicine shortages. hour, for example. further south into england and wales, less windy, the number of people investigated lots of sunshine. again, pleasantly for rape who go on to be convicted falls to its lowest level one, temperatures creeping up a bit since records were first compiled — to 21-23. more than a decade ago. new figures reveal cancer survival
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one, temperatures creeping up a bit to 21—23. cooler further north, obviously, with the wind and rain. rates in the uk remain below those of other high—income countries. the area of low pressure takes the really windy weather across the northern isles overnight, and allows mp5 are calling for in—game spending that weather front to sink to be regulated by gambling laws southwards, as you can see. not a and so—called loot boxes banned great deal of rain on it. a little entirely for children. uncertain how far south it will get. and coming up, we have a special it looks cloudy across northern report from the shattered ireland, northern england and north city of idlib in syria — wales, pockets of rain and drizzle. the country‘s last sanctuary northern areas towards the north of for opponents of president assad. scotland, sunshine and showers. where the air is cooler, southern parts of finland and wales continue this lovely weekend with some spells of sunshine and it should be quite warm as well, temperatures of 25. probably turning cooler into the sport now with jane dougall. early pa rt probably turning cooler into the early part of next week, north—westerly winds, but how are england doing? essentially, dry for most areas. they were doing 0k they were doing ok but england has just lost their captain. joe root has just gone for 57. he was bowled by pat cummins. it was a good ball.
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such a shame — he‘d passed his half century, which was encouraging for him and for england, especially because he‘s not been batting well this series. england 175—4, so doing 0k. but ben stokes, who had that incredible innings at headingley hello, you‘re watching which saw england win that test afternoon live — by a wicket, went for 20. i‘m simon mccoy. that‘s a huge blow for england. today at 3... i did not lie to her majesty — england hoping to level this series. the prime minister is forced if they win this test, they will do to answer questions about misleading the queen over the so. suspension of parliament. it‘s 2—1 to australia. the first wicket to go wasjoe denley, who went forjust did you eye to the queen when you 14, caught behind by steve smith. captainjoe root and rory burns then built up a decent partnership. advised her to prorogued, to suspend root was lucky, because he was parliament? absolutely not. dropped three times. and then burns went for 47, the number of people convicted caught by mitchel marsh off of rape in england and wales falls to its lowest level on record. the bowling ofjosh hazelwood. the fun of gaming — but how to protect children from addiction? mps want the industry to do more. when stokes went, it was an awful decision. coming up on afternoon mitchell marsh bowled, not a particularly great ball, but stokes hooked it live all the sport... when he didn‘t have to. caught by nathan lyon. then root went as well. england were making progress and england are 175—4. jos buttler and johnny attempt to level the ashes series. bairstow at the crease. you can follow it on 5live they‘ve just lost a third wicket and sports extra and the bbc sports website, where you‘ll find it‘s a significant one. ben stokes has gone. oh, all right. thank you, in—play video highlights.
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let‘s, as we have to come and talk about racism in football. england jane. let‘s pause. darren, the weather. oh come on now, there is are preparing players should they be subjected to it. dog and jokes are back again. we will have a look at the rain. we u nfortu nately, unfortunately, the evidence is have had a look at it yesterday for there, coaches and players for the dramatic footage i want to show england having to deal with this. you later on. that will be a tile. head coach gareth southgate saying thank you. also, a makeoverfor the that he‘s worried about their trip to bulgaria next month because he thinks there‘s a chance they could face racist abuse. that‘s because the bulgaria fans new land rover defender. we speak to have already been punished the designer behind the new iconic for racist behaviour injune earlier this year. so much so, the stadium will be partially closed for the match on 14th october. model. and the last time england played in sofia, in bulgaria, good afternoon. england‘s black boris johnson has denied he lied to the queen players were also subjected when he advised her to prorogue to monkey chants. parliament — insisting such claims are "absolutely not" true. southgate has said "we‘re aware in his first interview that there is history since scotland‘s highest civil court said his advice to the queen there and we want to make sure that we‘re all prepared for what might was "unlawful" the prime minister said suspension was called happen and how we want to respond". because "we need a queen‘s speech, we need to get on and do all sorts the fa is investigating a complaint of racial discrimination
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of things at a national level." against former england women‘s boss mark sampson. his current club stevenage has labour said it would continue strongly defended their caretaker to press the government to recall parliament, manager, saying the allegations have no foundation. so that it could properly sampson was previously found to have interrogate ministers. used discriminatory language meanwhile the prime minister sought to offer reassurance while england women‘s manager after the publication of government and was sacked after inappropriate documents — which outline conduct in a previous the possible risks of a no deal brexit. role came to light. here‘s our political sampson recently became caretaker manager of stevenage. the club said the allegations correspondentjessica parker. were unfounded and were phoned in to the fa by a former coach the day after sampson told him he was no longer the prime minister in london to talk shipbuilding. he hopes his brexit required at the club. burnley manager sean dyche has plans will not be sunk. refused to say whether the club have punished midfielder danny drinkwater could no deal planning after the player was involved in an incident outside a nightclub. the on—loan chelsea midfielder documents that raise was pictured with facial injuries and also suffered an ankle problem the possibilities of a decrease which will rule him out of the team in certain fresh foods and disruption to medical supplies for a number of weeks. steer him off course? what you‘re looking at here is just the sensible preparations, the worst case scenario that you expect any he is certainly old enough and wide government to do. enough to know you do whatever you can to not get exposed. anyone who in reality, we will certainly be ready for a new deal brexit if we have to do it, joins us becomes part of us. we got i stress again, that is not where we to work with the player, which we intend to end up. do. and like i say, it's easy...
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it comes after scotland‘s sometimes it is equally, more highest civil court ruled satisfying sometimes for players when things are not quite right. that the suspension of parliament andy murray will be was unlawful, raising questions playing three tournaments in as many weeks in china. over whether boris johnson he‘d already agreed to play misled the monarch. there will be further adjudication in zhuhai this month and then by the supreme court so beijing, and he‘s now accepted we will wait to see what they say. a wildcard for the shanghai masters the week after. did you lie to the queen when you murray returned to singles action advised approach to prorogue and last month but he‘s yet to win suspend parliament? a match on the main tour. absolutely not. and in the women‘s game. downing street insists prorogation four—time grand slam champion is the routine run up to a kim clijsters has said queen‘s speech. that she plans to come out of retirement after seven years away from the game. the 36—year—old retired in 2007 to have her first child at the age of 23. yesterday judges yesterdayjudges said it had the clijsters then returned two years improper reason of signing later and won the us open as an un—ranked player. parliament. mps say they have plenty the belgian then retired for a second time in 2012 but says of questions about the no deal at she‘ll come back to first my documents. that is why we are so upset. the wta tour next year. i should have the ability to interrogate the prime minister and ministers. look forward to seeing her. to golf. warnings about the impact of a no—deal brexit have been dismissed as project fear.
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rory mcilroy is the american pga tour‘s golfer of the year for the third time — these are government assessments. they are harder to downplay. voted on by fellow professionals. the winners receive for those mps against a no deal the jack nicklaus trophy, departure but for the recall of and rory was having lunch parliament, these papers with the great man when he was provide extra ammunition. suprised with the award. that is the thing about yellowhammer to day which is i've already got two of those. we have to remember that the government has suspended parliament, silenced the elected representatives, you've got three now. so that they are not going to be scrutinised in the way they would have congratulations. thank you. thank been in parliament. if parliament had been, as it should be today, still sitting. you! thank you so much! mps, who don‘t quite go in for this type of discipline, forced boris johnson to publish is no deal assessments. wow! could the supreme court next week for seem to recall parliament? lovely to see that enthusiasm. afraid england have lost another wicket. it isjonny bairstow. —— force him. the captain of a ship isn‘t always in control. the european parliament new draft brexit resolution suggest england 176—5. that‘s all the sport. that ‘avoiding a no deal exit‘ is a good enough reason to grant an extension beyond october 31st. let‘s get more on this — joining me now is our now on afternoon live, europe correspondent let‘s go nationwide and see what‘s
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happening around the country in our daily visit to the bbc damian grammaticas. newsrooms around the uk. this is quite a shift. well, it sally magnusson is in glasgow, where life changing drugs for cystic fibrosis patients would be, ithink, but what have been approved by this is quite a shift. well, it would be, i think, but what you have to remember as it is not the the scottish government. european parliament that the sides, it will be the 27 leaders from the be with you in just a moment, sally, eu's it will be the 27 leaders from the with that. eu‘s other countries who will meet and alex lovell is in bristol, at the summit here in october. they with the story of a community garden are the ones who would take any which has sprung to life at a railway station. but first to sally in scotland. let‘s talk about a huge request from the uk and consider whether to grant it, so this is an ramification. and only recently this was turned on full so what has opinion from the european parliament happened? you are right that the which, as we say, if it is about granting an extension to avoid a no scottish consortium... they said there was not enough evidence that deal, it suggests an extension rivers dented value for money for should be granted every time to put off that prospect, but what the the nhs, and that is because the drugs cost about hundred thousand leaders have said, what france, the pounds per person per year. there french europe minister said wasn‘t an argument about the yesterday, repeating what president treatment‘s effectiveness. it‘s been shown to improve lung quality in macron had said as they would only about half of all cystic fibrosis consider doing it for a change in
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present circumstances in the uk patients. the ones whose disease is which means an election or a referendum is the most likely caused by a particular genetic probabilities. we have seen the mutation, but the cost was obviously prorogation of a document that would be how no—deal brexit affect us hefty. what has happened is the here. is there something similar scottish government have been in there? the eu has been putting out a discussions with the manufacturer‘s, new deal preparations and no deal notices for a long time. they did the pharmaceutical company, and they say just this week the incoming have now negotiated a five—year president of the european commission discount to allow the drugs. how replaces a jean—claude juncker said the eu is ready and has been working much is going to be paid? we don‘t know. all the scottish government will say is it is a confidential on this for a long time, has a whole raft of notices to do with its no discounted rate. and how patients, families of patients, reacted to deal planning. at the same time, this? patients and families of what is also worth noting again yesterday, we heard from the french that the uk has been approaching patients are, as you can imagine, countries like france to try to do delighted. 0nly around half of many deals on the side, to deal with patients live to the age of 40, so things like citizens‘ rights or for young people in particular, this treatment can make an enormous defence information exchanges and the answer has been no from difference. the condition affects more than 10,000 people across the individual countries who have said to the uk it has to come here, deal
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with the european commission over uk, so the hope being expressed by all of it wants everything but the families and patients in scotland is european view is very clearly there that today‘s develops here will lead will not be any side deals to to progress in negotiations for mitigate the impact of a no deal so england, wales and northern ireland the eu putting in place its own and perhaps a similar outcome in measures but nothing in coordination with the uk. because you are here time. scotland‘s health secretary andi with the uk. because you are here described as fantastic news and said and i have you standing here, what it would allow cystic fibrosis do they make of what is going on here at the moment? looking on, i patients to live fuller lives for longer. doesn't it make a change to have some good news? sally, thanks think spectators, the twists and very much. sally magnusson there. turns are think spectators, the twists and turns a re pretty let‘s go over to bristol. alex, an think spectators, the twists and turns are pretty extraordinary. we thought the uk was so settled and edible garden in a railway station. fixed in its ways and is known for expand. it does need to explain but having stable... coalition, it is lovely. 0ne lady got off the government and not this sort of train at the station at bristol, and thing we are seeing in parliament now and that is one view. another is she saw this wasteland and said, we that this makes it difficult to pin can do some thing with that. it is down getting an agreement because of not a complete coincidence. she is
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things like pharaoh king of from a national group, and they turn parliament, suspending parliament means there is no parliament in the areas from what you might consider uk and there will only be a very wasteland two green spaces, so there are an abundance of produce. what short window in parliament comes they try to do is unite the backin short window in parliament comes back in orderfor short window in parliament comes back in order for parliament short window in parliament comes back in orderfor parliament in communities and businesses as well, short window in parliament comes back in order for parliament in the uk to approve anything if a deal is so she spoke to this local charity somehow reached here between the uk who in turn applied to funding from and eu negotiators. at the minute, the eu side saying the uk has not presented and tabled any workable great western railway. they received proposals which might be because they are holding back and exploring things area by area but that does loads of help. they got volunteers, not amount to an overall proposal trainees came in. they even had two that the eu sees working at the minute. it does not mean, as you supervised low—risk offenders there under the community payback scheme say, they work is not being done in small offices where you are, and together, they created loads of anything could be going on. what we know is going on are these twice a raised beds with everything you can dream of eating. even kiwi fruits, week meetings between the uk which i was a little bit surprised about, but they had it all growing and it looks amazing. let‘s hear negotiator david frost and the eu tea m from the lady who all up. —— trumped negotiator david frost and the eu team here. there was one yesterday, there will be one tomorrow, there are working groups going on around it all up. that today, there are some working we have, over the last couple
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groups happening but those still are of years, just worked with lots of different people in and around the community, addressing piecemeal little bits and in and around the railway community, tojust kind of bring it to life pieces of the picture and the problem is with that that from the and turn an unloved piece eu's problem is with that that from the eu‘s size, what they want, they keep of space into something that's notjust beautiful but productive for the local area and is, you know, feeding people saying, is an overall resolution of those irish border issues and through the community centre. alex, that were committed to is at remember we are now 20 odd days on the heart of this. what is the reaction locally? they seem to love from when boris johnson remember we are now 20 odd days on from when borisjohnson stood in it. they told us they did. it goes berlin and said he accepted a blistering timetable to come up with ideas because he believed it was toa it. they told us they did. it goes possible. here they are saying that to a local, the food, to a local time is ticking by and they have not seen it, and those have to be received here sometime by early community food bank. we were filming there. it happened to be wednesday 0ctober received here sometime by early october in a workable form for eu soup day, so everyone was enjoying leaders to be able to have time to his harvest and they were singing its praises as well. they are all consider them so if the uk is working on some sort of approach that brings all these things bestowing the virtues of fresh produce. they say they can really together, they are not seeing it here yet, not from the messages they taste the difference and they know it is super healthy, and they were are putting out. thank you very tucking in, and it is all from much. meanwhile — boris johnson has dismissed concerns about the possible impact of leaving platform two around the corner! the eu without a deal. 0peration yellowhammer sets out
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the worst case scenarios in a no—deal brexit. great story. plenty more on points the prime minister said west tonight. alex lovell in the operation yellowhammer files — which date from early august — were intended to highlight the risks so they could then be addressed. bristol, sally magnusson in glasgow, the summary of the government‘s thanks so much. and if you would no—deal brexit planning is only five pages long but it makes for startling reading. like to see more on any of those with more, here‘s our stories, you can access them via the bbc iplayer. we do nationwide every business editor simonjack. afternoon at 4:30pm on afternoon the trouble starts at the ports in what they describe as a reasonable live. worst—case scenario, lorries could you‘re watching afternoon live on be delayed at the ports for up to 2.5 days with think diffident bbc news. disruption lasting up to six months. syria‘s last sanctuary that which it supplies of fuel and for opponents of president assad — the city of idlib — fresh food. that would result in has been under intense attack from government forces and their russian allies for months. idlib is controlled by militant reduced availability, choice and higher prices. panic buying it says jihadist groups, but it‘s also home to hundreds of thousands of refugees, many of them children. could make matters worse. both these there is a tentative ceasefire at the moment, but the un has accused the syrian regime of conducting a brutal could make matters worse. both these could see low income groups hit campaign of bombardment — targetting civilians. ha rd est. could see low income groups hit hardest. also three quarters of uk 0ur middle east correspondent medicines and medical supplies come via short crossings such as dover quentin somerville and cameraman and are described as particularly
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vulnerable dies. the document also contemplates civil disorder and with this is a war against everything that matters to the people of idlib. their homes are attacked, protests a nd contemplates civil disorder and with protests and counter protests, their schools are attacked, saying there may even be clashes their hospitals are attacked. this was a hospital, between fishing vessels which could it was last hit two weeks ago. just look at the destruction. between fishing vessels which could be illegally fishing. in the process but also, for a moment, since this has been reduced, it is just look around. not a prediction. much would depend this is the only building that was targeted here — on how well businesses are prepared targeting civilians is a war crime, but it‘s also very effective. and how they are reacting in a no deal situation but it does not deny because here now, for miles around, the situations are plausible with the situations are plausible with the government saying it still hopes to secure a deal, parliament is there‘s no—one — they‘ve all fled. passing legislation to prevent no deal but the official policy said it is not prepared to leave without one and this document summed out that the strikes have been precise... the uk is prepared for what that ..deadly, and relentless. might mean. paulin bastido is head of european policy & brexit at the freight transport association — one of the largest trade this hospital is at associations in the uk. shejoins me now from brussels. a secret location. i‘m just wondering, does this they‘ve had to dig down deep into the solid rock to avoid document match your predictions of russian and regime bombs.
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what i know deal brexit roaming?” since april, about 40 hospitals have been targeted in idlib now. that‘s a war crime. think is your colleague said, this but this isn‘tjust isa think is your colleague said, this is a reasonable worst—case scenario. a warfrom the air — none of it is impossible and i think it‘s also a war from the ground, and the worry is regime troops are getting closer here. if they advance another few it is very important to bear that in kilometres, then this mind. a lot of elements were not hospital will be lost too. surprising to us. one was, which was they dug down here two years ago, the supply and potential shortages and despite the regime‘s advance, this hospital is still operating. of fuel, particularly for the south—east and london, and that would have very wide—ranging the rest in the area are gone. consequences also for local deliveries, so it is of great they‘ll keep treating the war—wounded and the sick concern to us. in terms of what the until they‘re in range of government shells. child cries prime minister was saying, earlier today, the uk is fully ready. to be honest, it depends on so many why have you had to build this variables, depends on industry hospital underground? preparedness, how stringent controls are in france, for instance, and translation: it is because of repeated russian other countries, and at the moment, and syrian air strikes. sure, there has been progress in they have repeatedly targeted us, preparedness since august. that is and life around us in general. absolutely true, but we still have they have targeted many, absolutely true, but we still have
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any absolutely true, but we still have many, many unanswered questions, schools and clinics. many, many unanswered questions, many details that are not clear, we couldn‘t treat people out in the open anymore. many details that are not clear, many operational elements that the we weren‘t secure and our government has not clarified yet, and of course they are setting the patients weren‘t safe. this is atma charity hospital, and they‘re doing an response ability of the eu that are incrediblejob here. not fully adopted yet. for instance, it‘s both a field hospital at this stage, the eu would need to and a general hospital, and it sees up to 1,000 patients change its role rules formally for every single day — and it does that uk trucks to be able to access the with only 12 doctors. continent after the end of the year. there is a proposal that has not the attacks on hospitals been adopted yet. likewise, there all across idlib means that places like this are under more pressure needs to be an amendment to an than ever before. existing piece of legislation at a and it comes at a time when new level. for exports in a no—deal this war is over eight years old and the international community is losing interest, so in idlib‘s most desperate hour of need, brexit. quite a view pending issues its people are being left wanting. really important to us and i think quentin sommerville until we have full clarity on of reporting from idlib. that, it is hard to say we are fully a dispute has broken out between the zimbabwe government and the family of the former ready. argue saying at the end of president robert mugabe over this year, there is a possibility where his body should be buried. the trucks will not go into the eu. the family want it
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displayed in his village, kutama, on sunday night — i think the proposal is likely to be and want a private burial early next week. adopted but are likely to be adopted but mugabe‘s successor wants him enshrined in a national monument. and certainty is not quite the same. his body is currently being prepared to lie in state at a football stadium in the capital of harare. the proposal which was made last week to allow uk trucks to be able to access the continent after the figures released this morning end of this year but even that suggest there are almost 23,500 families and individuals who are homeless — or at risk of being homeless — in england proposal would basically terminate who have experience of domestic abuse. at the end ofjuly. why wouldn't it‘s the first full year they? i don‘t understand why they the stats have been released. wouldn‘t be. the homelessness charity crisis says it shows the government needs they? i don‘t understand why they wouldn't be. why wouldn't they? why to offer more support to people haven‘t they done it already? it‘s forced to leave their homes because of domestic violence. not something particularly complicated to do. why did the commission wait until september to john 0wen has been to meet peta, who was left homeless after fleeing domestic abuse and is now living release its proposal which was only in temporary accommodation. good boy. changing a date? it‘s not clear. still this is even if adopted, giving us clarity untiljuly next peta lives in temporary accommodation in london, sharing a single room year. what happens after that is with her two—year—old son. anyone‘s guess. space—wise, it is just difficult to have a normal upbringing year. what happens after that is anyone's guess. can you put a cost for a child in a setting like this. of financialfigure anyone's guess. can you put a cost of financial figure at the moment to what you fear would happen if there it is just not normal.
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was a no—deal brexit? he has to eat dinner on the bed. what you fear would happen if there was a no-deal brexit? it's very difficult to do that because it will very much depend on the level of he is restricted when it comes exposure of individual companies. i to playing, so itjust kind of makes it a little bit unfairfor him. think the government has calculated she says she is a victim of domestic that the customs coast alone was in abuse, which she first suffered some the range of several billion pounds years ago after she started per year for the whole industry in a relationship with the man who became violent towards her. the uk. if you are into the i remember saying something to him like, "that‘s sort of stupid or that‘s quite silly", exporting business of things as simple as milk for instance, you‘re and hejust got up and... going to have additional costs related to the inspections on your it was so unexpected — products when they reach the he just got up and slapped me continent. there is the cost across the face, and i was just, obviously of stockpiling, trying to like, "did you seriously mitigate delays which, by the way, just do that?" peta says she became homeless that‘s the worst possible time of after she was removed from the tenancy she shared yearfor that‘s the worst possible time of from her abusive partner. year for the logistics industry in this respect because of christmas, i was staying around, moving around between family arriving relatively soon after that. and friends‘s house. sometime later, she also you have got drivers at the border. became pregnant by another that would have an enormous cost for the industry as well. none of it is partner and began to experience serious mental health problems.
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i actually became suicidal and actually wanted to terminate my cheap and going back to the customs pregnancy because of it. formalities, many of our members have told us they would have to at it wasn‘t easy. least double the amount of people years later, and i am that they employ or the service providers employ for them working in still suffering because of it. she applied to the local authority for housing and was eventually offered temporary accommodation. order to work on their customs formalities. this is not cheap. this i was first given a property in a mother and baby unit. and even after that, is not as straightforward as some might want to make it look like. we they even tried to fight against it and evict me again. are might want to make it look like. we a re really might want to make it look like. we are really doing our best to support ahe says a decision to evict her our members in this. they are on the grounds that she had made working very hard to make sure herself intentionally homeless eve ryo ne working very hard to make sure everyone will be ready but more was overturned on appeal. but she was told that she would have to bid for more suitable accomodation, a process important reason, it is likely and that can take years. i haven‘t made myself we cannot rule out the scenario in intentionally homeless. the yellowhammer report. thank you so, here‘s your bidding number, that‘s it. they haven‘t for joining the yellowhammer report. thank you offered me anything else. come around forjoining us. with me now is the former to assess the needs, head of the home civil service lord kerslake — the fact my son is now turning three he joins me from westminster. good afternoon to you. after all the and i‘ve still got a bed in a kitchen, basically. having already lived in this single room for more than two years, lea ks, good afternoon to you. after all the leaks, speculation, good afternoon to you. after all the lea ks, speculation, this good afternoon to you. after all the leaks, speculation, this report is out. do you well its release now? 0h peta says it is dangerous myi for her child and it is out. do you well its release now? 0h my i do. out. do you well its release now? 0h myido. i out. do you well its release now? 0h my i do. i think it is very welcome having a serious effect on her mental health.
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that the report has been published i‘m on antidepressants at the moment because of the situation. evenif that the report has been published even if it had to be prised out of but living in this condition is not going to change anything. the government and i think it is a vindication of the original story by and the ones that are being abused by persons are also being abused by the system. the sunday times. having said that, the sunday times. having said that, peta is one of thousands of domestic the consequences are as stark as they were in that leak and i have to abuse victims who have suffered homelessness or been forced say, i think the government are not to use temporary accommodation. being entirely honest or open in its she, for one, feels that the system has let her down. john 0wen, bbc news. publication. why do i say that? well, the report has had a tampering of the title. when the leak came all the business news injust a out, the title of the report was the moment. first, a look at the headlines base scenario. it is now being on afternoon live. the prime minister denies lying described as the reasonable to the queen and insists the uk worst—case scenario. those are two will be ready for a no—deal brexit — despite government documents warning entirely different things. they base that it could lead to food and medicine shortages. the number of people investigated scenario can be worth or it can be for rape who go on to be convicted better. i think that is a concern. falls to its lowest level the second thing is this is a five since records were first compiled — more than a decade ago. page document and i know there are new figures reveal cancer survival rates in the uk remain below those much fuller analyses of the impact of other high—income countries. of no deal and we haven‘t seen those. i think we should see that as
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well. are you working on the basis here‘s your business or assumption that there would be headlines on afternoon live. even more “— or assumption that there would be even more —— like they would be even more dire? i'm working on the the eurozone gets a boost assumption that the public ought to from its central bank, have the full facts, and it‘s a with a further cut to interest rates and a fresh stimulus package — all point i have made all the way along aimed at bolstering flagging growth. here about the consequences of no deal. my personal view is that this john lewis swings into a loss in the first half of this year. isa deal. my personal view is that this is a risk we should not be taking as sales of big ticket electrical and household products have a country and it‘s a self—imposed been particularly weak. risk that would have significant the cigarette maker british american tobacco has short—term problems and also announced more than 2,000 job cuts. long—term impacts for the economy. with fewer people smoking traditional cigarettes, but the point here is the public in it plans to refocus on vaping and other new products. separately, the white house has these circumstances ought to have announced it will ban fruit these circumstances ought to have the full information available to them and then they can make their flavoured e—cigarettes. own mind up whether this is a risk worth taking. the government should be completely transparent. white you speak about the risks by boris the european central bank, some big johnson is making the point this morning that this is what the announcements today. it was the main government or civil servants have worked out would happen on the less event moving markets. they came out we do something to mitigate it, with announcing any stimulus package, a his argument being that we know we new package of quantitive easing,
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can do something before it‘s first. qe. they are going to start buying i hear his argument but it is not convincing. you‘re talking about a up qe. they are going to start buying up debt from the 1st of november. report that was out at the beginning still a big move from the ecb. they of august. however much they have also announced the cutting of key ramped up the preparations, there is interest rates, further into no way, as we heard from the freight negative territory, with the transport association a moment ago, that they can deal with the scale of facility rate which affects how much bank have to pay to part with their theissues money with the ecb. that‘s been that they can deal with the scale of the issues involved and of course do things to reduce those risks, but slashed. all of this aimed at they cannot eliminate them, and they boosting and further stimulating will still be very considerable risks for our economy and indeed for what effectively is a flagging euro zone economy. let‘s get a little bit the supply of the goods and of more on this now with james bevan. crucial things to do with medicines and other areas. we mustn‘t be under hejoins me life. good to talk to you. the any illusion that simply accelerating the process over the last few weeks has somehow or other announcement from the ecb was widely remove these risks. it is just not expected but, as recently as nine the case. what do you say to those, i‘ve heard this said, it‘s the civil months ago, they were hence we may see the end of quantitive easing and service, predominantly remainers, negative interest rates. what happened in the interim? banks the
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and it‘s all part of project fear. that is an absurd argument. this is world over we re happened in the interim? banks the world over were talking up the a very credible document. if you prospect of the world economy in read the detailed comments about that might balance the new weight 2019. we even had the federal puts forward issues and it would be reserve making clear they were not written by an expert team in the contingency unit of the cabinet intending to hike rates. the central bank have now been saying, the 0ffice contingency unit of the cabinet coble, means weaker, we are going to office with an aim of giving an have to take more action. the honest and fair account of the problem many people might discern is issues we face. to simply write it off as project fear or remainer central bank, cutting rates so they negative levels, ultimately can be influences is ridiculous. positively seen as disruptive. the big story of reckless as well as i would say. the day now is that at what point will governments elect to use fiscal the number of people investigated for rape who were later policy to directly spend money or convicted of a sexual offence has fallen to its lowest level since records began cut taxes, given that monetary more than a decade ago. the latest figures show there were fewer policy is largely now not than 2,000 convictions delivering? as you say, negative across england and wales in the year to the end of march — down by more than a quarter on the previous year. the number — interest rates are usually controversial because at the end of and proportion — of suspects the day, the big banks do end up who were charged has also dropped dramatically. our home affairs correspondent paying, which gets passed on the food chain, and they do affect june kelly reports. savings. indeed. and thanks find it
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really difficult to make any money, phone messages and social media so we have this very bizarre have become a big part of rape investigations. situation in europe where germany is complainants are being asked to hand providing very roughly e1 trillion over their phones as the police search for digital evidence stop a so a huge change in into the so—called system. this is investigations, but there‘s also been a significant drop in rape prosecutions. lending into or borrowing from, and she was told the messages could be within have italy and spain borrowing roughly 450 million euros misinterpreted by a jury and the a piece. the european central bank this was because she was trying not to make him angry as she was punched knows the individual central banks and threatened with a knife. she was don't have any money of their own. all the messages could be they have to go to their commercial misinterpreted and the man who she learned had a history of violence banks, so we have deutsche bank, against women was not prosecuted. learning that decision was devastating. which we know from the headlines has how did you feel? had difficult making profit, not only having to provide capital being fined in effect for these negative interest rates. let's move onto the somewhere between absolutely broken to absolutely livid as well. it was, hang on a minute, retail sector. lots of number is out you‘ve let him out? today from john lewis, from based on a really weak reason. morrisons, the co—op. i want to talk to you aboutjohn lewis. their first the latest annual figures for england and wales show that half yearly results disappointing, this prosecutions now stand at 3034, a drop of nearly one third. especially compared to last year,
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convictions are down to 1925. but the chairman pointing the finger pretty squarely at the uncertainty over a possible no—deal brexit. shakespeare would have said, this is a fall of methinks he'd do a protest too much. more than a quarter. he was also clearly saying retail referrals from the police stand at 3375. this figure is down by over one fifth. so, hard evidence that fewer suspects of being brought to generally was having a difficult court by the crown prosecution service. campaigners are accusing prosecutors time, so the old—style bricks of screening out the tougher cases, not true, says delivery is challenged across the uk. john lewis is not an exception to that. big ticket items have not the director of public prosecutions. been selling. i do nothing that's a brexit issue. the chairman did make it clear he was anticipating they we re it clear he was anticipating they were going to take lots of steps to try to ensure that if there is a it would be quite wrong, wouldn‘t it, to make a serious decision that no—deal brexit, they are impacts on somebody‘s life in that sort of way and we do not. well— placed. no—deal brexit, they are as a matter of policy, well—placed. he no—deal brexit, they are well— placed. he still expects no—deal brexit, they are well—placed. he still expects that to bea we apply the same test to every kind of well—placed. he still expects that to be a prophet and partners will crime whether it is rape get a bonus. james, thanks much. or sexual violence, or any other sort of crime. there is a huge justice gap for complainants of right and what that also says is if you are a rapist... james bevan there for us. thank you, huge justice gap for complainants of rape. rebecca was told by
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a specially trained rape to lawyer her case was not going to court. as a conversation allison. she remembers well. he has raped someone. the duchess of sussex... providing there is evidence there. interview closer people out of work. you‘ve let a known rapist go. i said that you her, she shrugged and said she had heard worse. —— interview close. interview closer people out of work. -- interview close. it is notjust about people you know user reporting, it is by the people you rebecca said she was do not know, that you never know, left suicidal by her that you may never meet. as women, experience and she is unsure whether she would advise that the it is our response ability to support and uplift each other, to complainants who come forward. meanwhile the crown prosecution service champion each other as we aim to said it will now ask succeed, to not send each other up a watchdog to review its work. for failure, prosecuted. succeed, to not send each other up forfailure, but instead succeed, to not send each other up for failure, but instead to really be there rallying around each other and say i want to help you. june kelly, bbc news. mps are calling on video game companies to protect young people the duchess of sussex on her first from addiction.the culture committee is recommending that a feature known as ‘loot boxes‘ — return from maternity leave. where players pay real money for the chance of winning virtual goods — should not the public swimming pools in munich are a haven be sold to children. for residents in summer — here‘s our technology but hygiene rules mean four—legged correspondent, rory cellan—jones. friends are banned.
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do you think i‘m good? like three quarters of all until this one day. five—to—15—year—olds, jake and aiden are keen gamers. woo! they admit that, at times, playing games like fortnite has gotten really addictive. the lido was opened to fido — it was fun and it felt, it had a good feeling, doggy paddle was easily and it could really hook the most popular stroke. it proved a big hit for hot dogs — you on to it, and it was just fun in general. and was allowed before the dantebad it can also get expensive. aiden once managed to spend pool was closed and drained for the winter. £30 on in—game extras and just for once, nobody complained before his mum realised. about the smell of wet dog! she thinks the games firms need that‘s all from to provide more information. afternoon live this afternoon. inafew you just buy the box, in a few minutes, ben brown will be here with the five o‘clock news. and you connect it to the tv and then that's it. now it‘s time for a look there's no sort of, like... at the weather with darren bett. well, maybe there is, hello there. but i don't remember it, for most of us, it looks a big introduction about, you know, if your child is this age, like the weather is going to be settling down a bit over the next and this is what you can do, and this is what might happen. few days, as high pressure takes more of an interest in the uk. i don't know. now, mps are calling for action today, we‘ve seen a lot on what are called loot boxes, of cloud earlier on, some outbreaks of rain for scotland where gamers pay real money and northern ireland. for virtual goods, such as packs that is tending to drift its way of star players in fifa. they want a ban on selling them down into northern england and wales, allowing more sunshine to children when there later on today for scotland is an element of chance involved. and northern ireland. a cooler, fresher feel here. towards much of the midlands, east anglia and the southeast,
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where it‘s dry, it‘s warm and quite humid air. a little bit of sunshine and some of the spending is also a form of gambling, temperatures of 23 or 24 degrees. not a great deal of rain left this we believe, in that people, evening across northern parts rather than just purchasing items, are asked to spend some money of england and wales. to gamble that they might then get that cloud band pushes its way southwards. a new player for a football game, it‘ll cling onto the far south of england. or some tool for a game that‘ll keep the temperatures up, certainly. that they‘re playing, elsewhere, apart from one or two like fortnite, which will help showers in northern scotland, their play, and we think it‘s going to be dry, that is probably inappropriate that clear skies, lighter winds and those children should be able to gamble temperatures will be lower on games in that way. than they were last night. they can‘t gamble elsewhere. as we head into friday, this is the dominant feature, this area of high pressure. now, around the top of it, we‘ve still got some atlantic winds, the mps say the companies behind games like fifa and fortnite hadn‘t blustery winds in scotland. and whilst there will be some even done any research sunshine, there could be into the potential harm they might cause. a few showers around, they said it was unacceptable that mainly for the north and perhaps western parts of scotland, companies with millions of users, one or two coming into many of them children, should be so ill—equipped to discuss northern ireland. probably going to be dry the impact of their products. across england and wales. but the games industry insists it lighter winds than today, does behave responsibly. lots of sunshine around. the games industry always has a fresher feel, yes, and continues to take but those temperatures are back the welfare of players to where they should be — really, really seriously. 16 in the central belt to 21 we care deeply about in the south east of england. player experience. as we move into the weekend, we want players to play safely. we‘ve still got that area of high pressure in charge. so it will be cold, actually, friday night, saturday morning. and then these weather fronts, a deep area of low pressure, heading towards the north of the uk.
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we want them to play in a balanced way. it gets wet and it gets windy across the north we provide technical settings technical measures. and west of scotland, we provide education, robust age ratings and guidance that rain band sinking down towards and information sources. northern ireland in the afternoon. windy weather across northernmost parts of scotland. gales quite likely, gusts of 60 mph or so. the wind gusts lighter as you head down across england and wales, where it‘s going to be dry and sunny. and temperatures probably in the range 21 to 23 degrees. very pleasant. aiden and jake do have cooler where we‘ve got that wet other interests, like building model aircraft. and windy weather further north. but the mps say, for some young now, that deep area of low pressure people, games can become is going to head away, an addictive and costly obsession, and they need protection. bring some windy weather rory—cellan jones, bbc news. to the northern isles. the public swimming pools and then that weather front bringing the rain sinks its way southwards. in munich are a haven for residents in summer — how far south it gets? but hygiene rules mean four—legged a little uncertain. friends are banned. looks like it‘s going to be the central third — so northern ireland threatened by some cloud, patchy rain. so, too, northern england and north wales. but there won‘t be a lot of rain. for scotland, some sunshine and still some blustery showers. southern parts of england and wales but for one day only enjoying some sunshine. the lido was opened to fido — and if anything, it should and doggy paddle was easily the most popular stroke. be a little warmer. it proved a big hit for hot dogs — and was allowed before the dantebad pool was closed and drained for the winter.
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and for once, nobody complained about the smell of wet dog! just the sort of story that darren got his honours degree from covering. you read that better half an hour ago. are you bored of that today at 5: borisjohnson denies story? you wrote that for you? don't lying to the queen over the government‘s reasons you worry, i‘ll find them. i know for suspending parliament. where they are sitting. take away did you lie to the queen their bbc pass and they are not when you advised her to prorogue, allowed back in the building again. to suspend parliament? absolutely not. wide right there is a vindictive his comments came after scotland‘s strea k wide right there is a vindictive streak coming through there. yellow highest civil court ruled yesterday that the shutdown was unlawful. might look it up. time for a look at the weather... the prime minister also said it wasn‘t an english degree. we were there was a landing space for a deal talking about all the rain in spain with the eu and that published plans for a no—deal brexit yesterday. it was terrible yesterday werejust sensible. but these pictures are dramatic. labour said it will go on calling for parliament to be recalled this is around alicante and valencia
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where there was a months worth of so that it can question ministers. rain is falling and 24—hour is. 280 we‘ll have the latest something millimetres. it swept down from westminster and brussels. the mountains, swept down the rivers the other main stories on bbc news at 5: into the streets and that is just the liberal democrat leader, jo swinson, rules out making pacts incredible. that is incredible. you cannot cater for that or anything like that. essentially what we‘ve got is an area of low pressure sitting about here which is fitting in all the cloud, ringing in all the warm air, partly from africa. partly from the warm mediterranean and it is producing all the cloud and getting dumped on the hills around here. it isjust getting dumped on the hills around here. it is just going to sit around there probably for another day or two at least. more rain to come, likely to be more flooding, too. at the end of my last broadcast, you said, that was very interesting, there was no pictures of animals.” don‘t think i did but but like i have a picture of a sheep for you. these are the debts i am stooping to with my bachelor of science degree with my bachelor of science degree with thank you. this is a sheep for you. i think it is a little lost in
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the rain. this is a lost sheep. i hope it is not still standing there. we also have... was at one over after this was ta ken? we also have... was at one over after this was taken? something else lost as highland cattle in norfolk. go figure. just look at me like that again. uncanny. very similar. go on. a p pa re ntly again. uncanny. very similar. go on. apparently the weather watcher that sent this picture in said this highland cattle had just had their lunch and they were enjoying warm sunshine. in the muggy feeling ere we have in norfolk at the moment. lies that is interesting, that leads us onto the weather which we have to get onto. yes, let's do some weather. 0h, get onto. yes, let's do some weather. oh, my word. i‘ve got to come back tomorrow. please don't. you‘re probably not your tomorrow, you only work part—time. we have round the ring away from scotland and northern ireland. sunshine and showers coming in. patchy rain heading into northern england and wales but ahead of that, toward the
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midlands, south—eastern parts of england as warm and muggy as we saw in norfolk. temperature is 23, maybe 24 celsius. he was the cloud. patchy rain sinking southwards, not a great deal of rain around at all but the cloud will hang on across the southern counties and that will keep the temperatures up. further north, a few showers in scotland were dry and clear of and much earlier than it was last night. the weather is settling down for many parts of the country thanks to this, a big area of high pressure which will be dominant tomorrow, just around the top of it, quite breezy in scotland with a view showers mainly for northern scotland, one or two appearing for the south and perhaps into northern ireland boss for england and wales, a dry day. much more sunshine than today, are not as warmer as muggy but a very pleasant day with temperatures near where they should be for this time of year. highs of 16—21 celsius north to south. a chilly start underneath the area of high pressure. signs of
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change towards area of high pressure. wet and windy for northern parts of scotland. for the afternoon. heading its way into northern ireland. gail‘s likely northern scotland, gusts of 60 mph. head for the into england and england and wales and they winds are not a strong, dry and quite funny. it will feel pleasantly warm, too. saturday sees wind and rain for the north. they windiest weather is around the low pressure which will push away over towards the northern isles. the weather front brings an rain that had southwards. how far south? it looks like it will be stuck across northern ireland, northern england and north wales. more cloud rather than rain, patchy rain and drizzle. north of that sunshine and showers, scotland has cooler, fresher air and south, we have parts of a warmish weekend continuing with temperatures perhaps as high as 25 celsius. cooling off
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