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what we are not going to do under any circumstances is give boris johnson a blank cheque. what boris johnson would say about people like you is you are the chief culprit in what he calls this on the parliament, a parliament that is frustrating day after day, month after month, year after year, the will of the british people which is to leave the european union. boris johnson won the conservative leadership on a promise that he knew he couldn't deliver, which was to leave on october the 31st. as he struggled to deliver that pledge he has sought to blame everybody but himself. he is the only leader of a major party in this country to have withdrawn the whip from 21 of his own mps because they did not do what he wanted. he brought his deal to this is bbc news, parliament, worse than theresa may's i'm ben brown in westminster — deal, it got its second reading and the headlines at 11. borisjohnson says mps can have then he decided that because more time to debate his brexit deal parliament wanted more time for if they agree to an early general scrutiny he was going to abandon his election just before christmas — own deal. if he wants this deal so the chancellor admits next week's brexit deadline will almost much, why didn't he ask for a better certainly be missed. timetable? so if borisjohnson wants this is bbc news, i'm ben brown in westminster — parliament has asked to runa the headlines at noon. for an extension and the eu, timetable? so if borisjohnson wants to run a people versus parliament the prime minister insists the uk although it hasn't formally election, what he has got to responded, i think everyone expects remember is you cannot do that and can still leave the eu next week at the same time blame parliament the chancellor admits next and calls again for an extension from them. week's brexit deadline will almost a december election. everything. thank you very much for certainly be missed. for mps across the house joining us. that is it from a meeting of eu ambassadors when that happens, we won't be able westminster for now. back to a who to have any credibility to leave on the 31st and that is exactly why we have about a further brexit extension has about delivering brexit, turned around tojeremy corbyn they now have to and said, "let's get brexit done". broken up and the final decision commit to an election on december delayed until next week. 12th, so that's we're pushing for. eu ambassadors are meeting is in the studio. but the chancellor said earlier in brussels this morning to decide the brexit deadline of october whether to grant another extension i'm annita mcveigh, the rest in a moment, we'll have of today's headlines: 31st would not be met. all the business news, after the essex lorry to the uk's departure. tragedy, gps tracking data but first the headlines on bbc news... from the refrigerated unit shows the eu will decide next week how i'm annita mcveigh, the rest a meeting of eu ambassadors the container had crossed back long a delay should be, and forth between the uk and europe about a further brexit extension has as ambassadors agree
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just broken up and the decision delayed until next week, in the days beforehand. in principle to an extension. of today's headlines: as borisjohnson calls for a general investigators say mechanical election on 12th december. labour has to decide whether to vote after the essex lorry tragedy, gps and design problems caused last for a december election. tracking data from the refrigerated year's lion air plane crash jeremy corbyn says his in indonesia, which unit shows the container had crossed conditions have to be met. after the essex lorry tragedy, gps back and forth between killed 189 people. providing the prime minister comes tracking data from the refrigerated the uk and europe. england's preparing for one to parliament on monday and unit shows the container had crossed of its biggest rugby games back and forth between makes it absolutely clear the uk and europe. in over a decade tomorrow, investigators say mechanical as the side takes on new zealand the government has announced and design problems caused last in the world cup semi—final. that it is working with all four he is going to make sure year's lion air plane crash major mobile operators to deliver in indonesia, which more reliable broadband that there is no crash out, killed 189 people. because his deal includes and coming up — we'll be answering in rural areas. all your questions on the latest brexit developments, and a possible early election. that's at half past eleven, in bbc ask this. hello, iam ben hello, i am ben bland with the business use. a series of failures by boeing, lion air and the pilots led to the crash of a 737 max plane in indonesia in october last year. that's the conclusion of an official report into the disaster welcome to westminster which killed 189 people. this lunchtime. it said the jet should have been so, all boris johnson grounded after an earlier fault, wants for christmas is a general election — good morning and that one of the pilots and welcome to westminster. was unfamiliar with procedures — on december 12th. pages were also missing it would be the first december so, all boris johnson election for almost a century. wants for christmas from the maintenance log. but is it going to happen? is a general election — a boost to mobile coverage at the moment it looks like not on december 12th. in the countryside — enough mps will agree to it, the uk's four main mobile networks it would be the first december though we're waiting for labour election for almost a century. and the government are considering but is it going to happen?
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a £1 billion plan to improve to clarify their position. at the moment it looks like not signal in rural areas. enough mps will agree to it, about one third of the uk currently has patchy though we're waiting for labour or nonexistent mobile signal — in the last half hour, in so—called "not spots". to clarify their position. jeremy corbyn has done an interview the proposed deal — in which he again said he would only which includes ee, o2, meanwhile, eu ambassadors three and vodafone — agree to election if a no deal are meeting this morning aims to get 4g coverage to 95% of the uk by 2025. brexit was taken off the table. to discuss what sort meanwhile in brussels, of brexit extension they should give eu ambassadors have agreed the uk beyond october the 31st. in principle on the need france is pushing for a short for a further brexit delay extension, but other eu countries but they'll gather seem likely to agree to a three barclays backs down after a backlash again on monday before month delay, taking us — the bank has reversed its decision announcing their final decision. to the end of january. to prevent customers withdrawing money from the post office network. they're expected to put off there was fury when it making a final decision said its debit card holders until they know if and when there's could deposit money but not withdraw one other important development: cash from a post office the chancellor sajid javid has going to be an election. counter from january. admitted today that the uk won't be one other important development: able to leave by the 31st october — cancelling that plan, the chancellor sajid javid has the bank said it recognised despite boris johnson's pledge admitted today that we won't be able the facility was "valued by many that he would rather die in a ditch to leave by the 31st october — than remain in the eu despite boris johnson's pledge after that date. communities in the uk". let's get more on this now from our political that he would rather die in a ditch correspodentjessica parker. that remain in the eu after that date. now, it has been an agonising wait we'll shortly be getting jessica you have come from the lobby the view from brussels for the relatives of those killed in with our correspondent there adam fleming, but first i'm briefing. the government is waiting joined by nick eardley. the eye liner plane crash in to see what labour says weather it indonesia last october. will back a general election. labour is saying it is waiting to see what
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all eyes once again on this place. in the lion air plane crash the eu is saying in terms of a delay in indonesia last october. but now a report gives them some is there going to be an election on answers about what caused and weather or no deal is being the boeing 737 max to crash, taken off the table. it looks as if 11 -- killing all 189 people on board. is there going to be an election on 11 —— right december the 12th? is there going to be an election on indonesian investigators suggest — the limbo is going to continue over 11 —— right december the 12th7m depends on the labour party at the among other factors — that a crucial sensor bought the limbo is going to continue over the weekend if we are not going to from a repair shop in florida had not been properly tested. get a definitive answer about this moment. whetherjeremy corbyn decides someone urging him that now there are now big questions about is the time to do it or whether he how much the plane—maker boeing knew delay until next week. another about the problems and when. interesting thing that cropped up will side with a lot of his mps who it only grounded the plane this week, there has been some five months later — after a second deadly crash are saying the bulls are not in the involving the same suggestion over the last 12 hours or right place whereas and we would be model in ethiopia. katie prescott is our so that if mps don't back the idea better concentrating on a second business correspondent. ofa so that if mps don't back the idea of a general election on monday, the referendum. the other thing that is this what were the other main government would stop bringing findings of the report? it was a forward any legislation. they would happening, the government is trying to convince the public that this is very emotive morning as these mothball the whole thing and day findings were announced in front of about trying to find and enter the after day after day try and insist the families of those victims that brexit impasse and trying to persuade them that the parliament that mps back a general election. you mention. and nobody comes off because in downing street's view that we are standing outside does this as a zombie parliament. they unscathed in all of this. there was not have the answer is to get a catalogue of errors implicating through this conundrum at the eve ryo ne moment. for the first time we have a catalogue of errors implicating everyone from the manufacturer would continue trying to push boeing right the way through, as you ministers explicitly saying that through with their domestic they will not meet that deadline, say, to lion air itself. at the priorities. how much success they they will not meet that deadline, heart of all of this is the flight would have in parliament in terms of they will not make their do or die pledge of leaving on the 31st of control system which is also doing that? i think that is a bit of a question. by the 31st of october october. let's remind ourselves of implicated in the ethiopian airliner
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what the chancellor said this deadline that borisjohnson has morning. crash. this is the system that it won't... repeatedly said he would make and he can't be met, because overrides what the pilots were parliament has asked for an doing. but it also says in the is not going to make. today we had extension and the eu, although it hasn't formally responded, i think report that the pilots were not the chancellor admitting that. everyone expects an extension from properly trained to use the system is not going to make. today we had the chancellor admitting thatm them, and when that happens we won't is not going to make. today we had the chancellor admitting that. it is be able to leave on the 31st, and andindeed interesting because far boris properly trained to use the system and indeed many of them were not johnson, we have not heard him admit aware of it at all. it cites the that is exactly why we have turned out loud this 31st of october regulator, the american air airline round to jeremy corbyn and said regulator, the american air airline deadline is off the table. you can regulator, same perhaps these planes let's get brexit done. should not have been certified to still hear adverts, getting ready fly. it then goes onto say that if that is the chancellor. let's talk for brexit seen around the place. you look at lion air, there have about labour, they seem divided and been problems with this system just the government saying those preparations will continue until three days earlier and the captain there is a chance that whatever of the plane then did not log them jeremy corbyn decides to do, many october the 31st. maybe we are as an issue, so perhaps had the looking ahead to next week to see mps who do not want an election will airline realise sooner that there what the eu has to do offer. sajid we re not vote for one. there was intense airline realise sooner that there were problems they could have stopped the crash. as you say, there confusion last night. labour mps javid admitting today that the 31st was also an issue with a sensor that of october deadline looks unlikely. we re was also an issue with a sensor that was bought in florida that was just confusion last night. labour mps let's have a look at what he had to were being e—mailed and told you not properly serviced before the say. it won't... plane was taking off. so a whole can't be met, because list of errors right the way through parliament has asked for an extension and the eu, although it that at any point perhaps could have hasn't formally responded, i think need to vote and jeremy corbyn was stop this happening. and what have everyone expects an extension from doing an interview with broadcaster them, and when that happens we won't saying we are not made their mind up boeing said in response? boeing be able to leave on the 31st, and that is exactly why we have turned really is trying to reassure not round to jeremy corbyn and said
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yet. there are some close tojeremy only the public here but also regulators around the world and corbyn who are saying now is the indeed the airline is of course that let's get brexit done. time, get on and have this general have orders for these planes and who election. at the same time there are own them already. they say that the dozens election. at the same time there are d oze ns of election. at the same time there are dozens of mps who are a lot didn't that was sajid javid speaking 737 is now going through earlier. we have been hearing from and even ifjeremy corbyn did come unprecedented safety checks, down on the side of having an hundreds of hours of simulator work jeremy corbyn saying that if boris on it to try and resolve the johnson were to come to parliament problem. they have also said in the election, they would not follow him. last couple of days that they are next deal and say no deal is off the they would not vote along those table then labour would go along lines. i think it is unlikely we'll putting $100 million together as a with this christmas selection idea. fund to help the victims, the get a firm opposition from labour you are unlikely to hear boris today because they are waiting to victims's families and the johnson saying something like that. communities that they come from. ok, see what the european union says. many thanks indeed. that would not go down well with a number of his conservative mps. give us the extension to the end of january would help us crystallise in other business stories we're following, quickquid — labour has got its own problems the uk's biggest remaining payday because even if the leadership is their situation. here is what diane loan provider is to close, abbott said earlier. with thousands of complaints about its lending still unresolved. feeling gung ho for a general its owner, us—based enova, election, we know there are plenty says it will leave the uk market "due to regulatory uncertainty". of labour mps who are feeling a lot we just have to wait and see what the eu is saying more cautious about a. if you ask first and foremost. and we just have to wait and see them why, you hear a number of whether boris johnson is willing compensation claims have been made from customers who said to say publicly and in terms that they were given loans decisions. a december election would no—deal is off the table. be bad for their activists, it would they could not afford to repay. not for the first time there is the be bad for their activists, it would be too cold and in some areas it can supercuts and regis hairdressers have be too cold and in some areas it can be dangerous to be out campaigning. called in administrators — to try and find a buyer for state of some confusion. labour are a lot of labour mps don't actually
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the firm's 220 salon around the uk. saying they are waiting to see what think they would do well in a 1,200 jobs are at risk — the eu will do in terms of an but the shops will remain open general election. they are looking extension. we are hearing that the while accountants deloitte at the polls nervously saying it is look at options. deloitte said changes in consumer at the polls nervously saying it is eu are waiting to see what will behaviour had led to lower a difficult position for labour as footfall in shopping centres well. let's hear from happen here. it is like a catch-22. a difficult position for labour as well. let's hearfrom diane abbott in terms of what she has to say. there will be a point on monday f where many of the salons the eu have not made their position are located. amazon says its profits fell clear, labour will have to make we just have to wait and see their mind up. it is hard to see how by about a quarter in the three months to the end of september — what the eu is saying first and foremost. jeremy corbyn keeps his party on compared amazon delivered another and we just have to wait and see quarter of sales growth above 20%, line. if he takes the general but a spike in shipping costs cut whether boris johnson is willing to say publicly and in terms that election route, mps do not think the firm's bottom line. no—deal is off the table. that an extension on its own is shares a lot saying the labour position is enough. they want this —— like some dropped sharply in after—hours trade confused. last night... it felt like after the e—commerce giant said profits fell by about 25% last week! only last night the chief assurances from the government. the work was telling labour mps they snp and lib dems who have been to $2.1 billion in the three months could abstain. there was a message champing for enters well to get on that went round. the work system board with this plan. they think it could be a trap and it is let's have a look at the markets. goes like this, a message went round conditional on the withdrawal investors moving cautiously as they wait to see what happens with this agreement bill coming back. they vote on an early general election. directing mps to abstain or oppose think the prime minister will rush the pound holding flat against the if they wish in terms of the call that through again. how many times dollar but down slightly against the for a general election on monday.
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have we stood out here and said that the parties in their cannot agree euro. among the shares, the ftse 100 then it seemed to come from the leadership that it was a euro. among the shares, the ftse100 getting some support from wpp, the wait—and—see position will stop it does seem as if there is a bit of mark —— a majority position. it world's biggest advertising firm and seems that way again this morning. confusion. one of the difficulties ba rclays world's biggest advertising firm and barclays bank. world's biggest advertising firm and but anything could happen this ba rclays bank. their stocks world's biggest advertising firm and barclays bank. their stocks are both up barclays bank. their stocks are both up after updated markets on their forjeremy corbyn, if you are weekend. many times is the answer to opposition leader, you want to be performances in the third quarter of the year. that is it for now but i seen to having a general election. will have more business throughout that. our political correspondent the afternoon. you want to tap the other lot out there. let's get the view from and get yourself into power. one of new york is famous for many things — brussels now. our brussels correspondent adam fleming says he expects but probably its biggest calling the concerns if labour does oppose there will be an extension. card is its skyline. the concerns if labour does oppose the idea of a general election on a jungle of skyscrapers made of glass, concrete and steel. monday, and the government keep there will be an extension because a new addition is the asking again and again, it could get hudson yards development. harderfor labour to the eu's policy is it should not be like other tall buildings, asking again and again, it could get harder for labour to say no. it'll have an observation deck, to blame for an ordeal brexit. if but this one's a little bit jessica, thank you very much indeed. different, as tim allman explains. there is to be no—deal brexit, that it is a city with no shortage now to brussels — our correspondent will be a british decision not a of spectacular views, adam fleming is there. european union. that means they will but even by the standards oversee s—10 extension. if they say of manhattan, eu ambassadors meeting this morning this is something special. no, that means britain is leaving about the whole issue of the delay. weather there should be a delay, without a deal. it is a question of welcome to edge, nearly 350 metres weather the extension to happen. how long that extension is, what or more than 1,000 feet above street what have they said negri do not conditions are attached. we thought level, said to be the highest agreed? they haven't agreed really that eu ambassadors would make the outdoor observation deck anything. the meeting lasted two
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decision this morning with donald in the western hemisphere. hours this morning. we caught up tusk having consulted all the member one imagines the spectators over with michelle barnier who was at the state leaders of the last couple of there may be a little jealous. meeting and he succinctly and days. hopes of a decision this briefly summed up what had happened. it amazes me that from one spot morning and do end link and it now i can see the statue of liberty, looks like the decision may be all the way around to central park, postponed to next week, monday and every icon that you have always read about, that you know about, tuesday once there is more clarity that you want to see. about what is or isn't happening at and from here, you can see it all in one spot. westminster with this potential if you are afraid of heights, you might want to look away now. possible election. before we had the there is a glass—bottomed floor where you can see the city streets extra uncertainty of an election, below, cantilevered glass panels there was a division between the so people can lean out majority of eu countries on one side including germany who said let's and stare straight down. this must have taken some care sign upfor including germany who said let's sign up for the 31st ofjanuary, it has there been an extension agreed? and precision to build. there will be was the date in the letter. it additional discussions. please. the first pieces were angled up creates enough space f the uk wants more towards the sky. they are going to keep talking about and then, as all the last pieces came in, it kind it over the weekend but they may not to hold an election or ratify the of levels itself out. deal. but then you have france and and engineering—wise, it is amazing. make the decision until monday or i give the engineers credit emmanuel macron and another position tuesday. as we know in this process, for being able to think of how you can actually build this, saying that no, the only thing that that is just sticking out over gave at the process a bit of time works in brexit is a short, sharp the city, this high up in the air. and the decisions made at the end of edge is due to open to the public in march. the time frame. i suspect we may not the ultimate vertical city, shock to the parliament. and that is get a decision until tuesday and possibly a short, short —— sharp monday is looking hopeful. the
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from a whole new perspective. reason we have ended up here is a extension. you will focus people's process reason and a substance reason. it wants to make a decision mines with a tight timetable. adam now it's time for a look with as many facts as possible. fleming therefore is in brussels. there is uncertainty in the uk with i'm nowjoined by at the weather with simon king. bernard jenkin conservative mp for harwich and north essex. boris johnson's there is uncertainty in the uk with borisjohnson's page there is uncertainty in the uk with boris johnson's page for an there is uncertainty in the uk with borisjohnson's page for an election and more time for the brexit deal. thank you very much for being with us. do you want an election on if you have travel plans it is worth and then opposition from the parties paying attention to the forecast that you have been talking about because we have heavy rain moving in already. most eu countries are december the 12th? yes, for two the moment, courtesy of this area of reasons. in oral normal signed up to this idea of the brexit low pressure way out into the circumstances when —— in all. when a atla ntic low pressure way out into the atlantic but this wiggling weather delay being off until the end of front is working its way in. low pressure to the north is giving january next year. as requested by government cannot get its position strong winds across the north of the prime minister as he was struck held, the prime minister would to do so by parliament. then you dissolve parliament and request an scotla nd strong winds across the north of scotland with some showers. this weather front here is the dividing line between milder air coming in have france and president macron election from her majesty. we have saying that the only thing to unlock from the south and colder air in got this paralysis. a third of the the block in westminster is a short across the north. so really quite house of commons can block a general varying temperatures today across election and that is what happened the uk. the northern parts, seven or extension to really focus the minds before and that is what i expect of mps to just get this deal will happen on monday. the other eight celsius, further south really through. they are trying to solve an thing is this is not doing the prime quite mild, 16 or 17 degrees. it is minister any harm. every time labour internal dispute but also cope with the rain that is going to be the external uncertainty as well. and vote against a general election, he focus of the forecast really because becomes more popular in the country. it is quite heavy across wales, it how sort of acrimonious is that internal dispute, the french saying
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voters can see they are not allowed will continue into the afternoon spreading north and eastward. the to push for a shorter extension. to have their referendum result showers in the far north—east of other countries are happy with a implemented, they are not getting scotland, a bit patchy at towards brexit done. some people are saying longer one. how difficult is that the south of england. across for the european union? it is what is the rush? why not see the getting quite acrimonious. you talk south—west england, wales, northern legislation through? people are fed england, into tomorrow morning where there will be a significant amount to them in private and they put up legislation through? people are fed up with the delay. we know what of rain. an amber warning from the their hands up at what the french are doing. they show —— wonder if it their real agenda of the majority of met office, some flooding across mps is, they want to pretend to be south wales. equally across isa are doing. they show —— wonder if it is a show from emmanuel macron and south—west england, the midlands, in favour of brexit and then say it northern england. into saturday. is too difficult to be done and stop he can get his way. in the defence it. or have another referendum. travel disruption, the likelihood of of the french, they have said that every time there has been an some flooding as well to go with although the labour party were not extension, they say let's go for a elected with any mandate to that. tonight, temperatures will short extension because that stay about 15 degrees in the south implement another referendum. the but further north that colder air in provides the incentive for mps to vote the deal through. they would intent to be representatives of the argue they have been proved right people but they have forgotten that play so temperatures closer to freezing. you can see that rain is each time. the last time there was a their sovereignty cans from the people who were not allowed to vote still there, a very unpleasant start discussion about an extension in to the day. it will move south and april, the president of european ona people who were not allowed to vote on a new parliament. we gather there eastward so eventually east anglia council wanted to go to march 2020. we re on a new parliament. we gather there were divisions in parliament whether and the south—east of england to have this, pull an election on getting that heavy rain. it will emmanuel macron said it should be clear up across wales and the shorter. they compromised on october december 12. others are saying no, northern parts of england. but again 31. and many n brussels would say, the temperature difference, still
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let's get the legislation through holding onto the milder conditions look at where that got us. and hold off an election. the in the south—east. 16 degrees only 7 and in the last half an hour cabinet is not united on that a european council spokesperson has confirmed it has agreed position. i do not know about that. degrees further north. eventually to the principel of an extension — that colder air will bump away the as far as position. i do not know about that. but not the length. as farasi position. i do not know about that. as far as i am concerned the milderairso government is decided on what to do. that colder air will bump away the milder air so all of us having the the next meeting is due on monday. influence of that cold, northerly they are doing the right thing. there have been no resignations from wind. sunday morning it could be the cabinet. i am not surprised quite chilly, frost particularly across northern parts of the uk. let's hear what she had to say. there are discussions about these following all the events in london during sunday, the rain clears and issues. the european union has not for most of us it is a dry and sunny this week and the coming days very closely, and in that context agreed today on an extension, we day. showers coming into the north have just heard that. it is putting following the request to extend it off until next week. they cannot east of scotland, a brisk wind here as well. dry for most of us though, article 50 and the consultations of agree on an extension. let me ask president donald tusk on the matter, temperatures will be about 11 or 12 you this, boris johnson the eu 27 ambassadors just celsius, so feeling much chillier finished their meeting in attendance agree on an extension. let me ask you this, borisjohnson has been talking for weeks and weeks, since during sunday. but it is the rain of the commissioner's chief negotiator, michel barnier. that we need to be concerned about what i can tell you it is the eu 27 the summer, about do or die, october over the next 24, 36 hours, so stay 00:11:45,546 --> 4294966103:13:29,430 tuned to the forecast. goodbye. have agreed to the principle the summer, about do or die, october the 31st. he would die in a ditch of an extension and work will continue in the coming days. rather than stay in the eu after the intention is to take this that. that promise has not been decision by written procedure fulfilled. he demonstrated his strong preference believing on the but for any further questions sist strong preference believing on the 31st of october. it was a promise i would refer you to the council that we would be out. so when the
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there we are, the european tory leadership election and then he commission spokesperson. a delay to was saying he would rather die in a the question of how long the delay ditch. i rather suspect we would all should be, if you like! that is it rather be dying in a ditch rather from westminster for now. back to than this continuing. he has been annita mcveigh. stop by parliament. he cannot be the refrigerated lorry trailer blamed for parliament passing new in which 39 people were found dead on wednesday morning had crossed laws to stop him from leaving on the channel several times in the previous few days. the bbc has been given october the 31st. mps in parliament details of gps tracking data from the trailer, are saying they need more time to which shows that it was originaly scrutinise this. we all know that rented in the rpeublic of ireland 5 days before the fatal crossing. let's get the latest what is evident, absolutely plain is from our correspondent mark simpson, that the people who want more time who's in grays. mark, this data shows an incredible actually want to stop this bill going through or amended so amount of movement of the trailer in unrecognisably, second referendum, the seven days leading up to the discovery of the bodies. give some different outcome to the customs detail on what that data shows. as union and all that, that they want to stop brexit. we know that. you we know, yesterday it was discovered that the trailer had been leased are not telling me that the labour from a company in the republic of party haven't got their own agenda. they want to discredit boris johnson ireland. today we got more detail so they win a subsequent general about the tracking information, quite a journey in the last ten days election. the idea that their by that container. it started in the
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motives as pure as the driven snow irish republic in the tuesday of is naive. does it not damage boris last week, went to northern ireland, johnson electorally. the longer back to the republic, down through england, dover, calais, into belgium after the deadline we go, the promise has not been met. he is and france. going into a number of vulnerable to nigel farage and the cities. it may have made another brexit party. he promised to get crossing between dover and calais, this done and he has not got this before going to zeebrugge on tuesday done. you might be right about that. that may be the motive of those afternoon, before that finaljourney to down the road from here. i think attack ting the bill. they may be all the authorities in those countries are trying to answer to wrong. borisjohnson attack ting the bill. they may be wrong. boris johnson has attack ting the bill. they may be wrong. borisjohnson has got the kind of electoral appeal outside the key questions, exactly what happened and who is to blame for those 39 swone kind of electoral appeal outside the s w one zone which no other deaths. it points to an ever political leader currently has an widening investigation for the jeremy corbyn does not. he may have police. what are the latest line from the police in where they are in had in 2017 before people understood what he was like but now they can terms of this investigation? we know see what he is like, he is a there was a man from northern ireland. 25—year—old mo robinson who liability for the labour party. was arrested three days ago. my perhaps another reason why labour mps do not want another general information is police here in essex are still questioning him. he has
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election. a lot of mps who are not beenin are still questioning him. he has been in custody for three days. perhaps in the next 24 hours, the —— who are not mps saying they do not want another general election in police will have to make a decision whether to charge release and without charge. mark, thank you very december 12. it is difficult to get much. mark simpson reporting for us. a turnout, it is dark, it is cold. there are always practical difficulties are having a general ina much. mark simpson reporting for us. in a moment we are going to say election at short notice. we have a goodbye to our viewers on bbc two. system in this country where we can have a general election and short right now, goodbye to those viewers notice. there has not been december on bbc two. thank you for watching. election for a century. i agree with that. no doubt brenda from bristol the headlines on bbc news... will be hunted out and find out what she thinks. no one will be happy to that we will be having a general the time is 14 minutes past 12. election. i general election is being forced upon us because we have a meeting of eu ambassadors about a further brexit extension has a parliament that is determined to just broken up and the decision delayed until next week — pa ralyse a parliament that is determined to paralyse brexit and the whole of as borisjohnson calls for a general government rather than have a general election. in the old days, it would have simply, we would have election on 12th december. had a general election by now. people can see we should have had a
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general election. the eu haven't decided today and what sort of after the essex lorry tragedy, gps extension. i know you haven't wanted tracking data from the refrigerated an extension, what would you like. unit shows the container had crossed back and forth between the uk and europe. one until the end ofjanuary or a shorter one? i would prefer not to have an extension. personally i investigators say mechanical and design problems caused last think... we know that. we will have year's lion air plane crash in indonesia , which killed 189 people. sport now, here's jane. to see what they will come up with. it will have to be one that boris can agree to. thank you for being with as. let me reinforce that breaking news, we are hearing from brussels that eu ambassadors have not reached a decision themselves today on what sort of extension there should be, how long it should be. we know that the french government, president macron is warren gatland says he dreams of going back to new zealand having arguing fora led wales to rugby world cup glory. government, president macron is arguing for a shorter extension. gatland ends his 12—year reign as wales coach other european countries, germany, he's named his looking for a three month extension team for sunday's semi final against south africa — jonathan davies and hadleigh parks
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as originally envisioned by the benn start, despite being injury doubts for the game. act, taking us to the end of january leigh halfpenny will replace liam williams who was injured next year. his ankle in training. joining me now is peter kellner, lee halfpenny is i think giving is a former president of yougov. a well—known electoral expert. let's different element. he is probably defensively the best full—back in talk about whether boris johnson is the world. going to get his way. whether he england had to battle very will get that december the 12th wet weather as they prepare to take on new zealand election. it does seem to depend on in tomorrow's semifinal. it is expected to clear up labour. their position at the moment for saturday, but it meant that england's training session isa labour. their position at the moment is a little bit undecided shall we was delayed today. so how do you beat the two time reigning champions who haven't lost say. if it was down to jeremy corbyn a world cup game in 12 years? personally i think he would rather like an election in december. some of those closest would. a lot of we just want to attack them to beat labour mps of those closest would. a lot of labourmps are of those closest would. a lot of labour mps are really opposed to an new zealand you cannot sit and be a early election. so does jeremy spectator at the show. you have got corbyn say we will vote for an alert to be on the stage, making the —— like an early extent —— election script and ourjob is to make the script and ourjob is to make the script on saturday. what has changed and find half of his mps i disobey about this team ? him and make them look ridiculous or does he say, no, we will abstain or script on saturday. what has changed about this team? you talk about a
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vote against. not give the mental block, how have you address that in that short space of time?l government the votes they need and then risk the government, boris lot of his experience. you learn johnson singh, he has slipped. he from experience. sport is one of those things where generally something she cannot teach, you have says he wants an election and doesn't want it. that is the to learn from experience. the teams decisionjeremy corbyn doesn't want it. that is the work much harder off the field to be decision jeremy corbyn has to make. our labourmps a tidy unit and that helps them get decision jeremy corbyn has to make. our labour mps opposed to an through more difficult situations on election because they are frightened the field. that labour will not do very well? they are frightened that boris johnson's campaign might prove very eddie jones speaking to our sports editor dan roan. tyson fury has re—iterated that his re—match effective. but for a lot of labour against deontay wilder will go ahead mps, not many will say this out — despite wilder reportedly saying he thinks fury will pull out. loud, if they can push the election fury spoke to me earlier beyond christmas, that probably ahead of his wwe match against braun strowman in saudi arabia at the end of the month. means pushing it to march and may, it is confirmed, fed very 22nd as i they have a chance that jeremy corbyn will step down, be persuaded know. he has a fight with... we have to step down before then, then they can geta to step down before then, then they can get a new leader. jeremy corbyn is the most unpopular opposition to see what happens with that. he has been reported as saying he does leader in polling history. but there not think it will happen. has been reported as saying he does not think it will happenlj has been reported as saying he does not think it will happen. i have no interest in what he has to say to be
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isa leader in polling history. but there is a second fight, borisjohnson is the most unpopular prime minister fair. i bet that is not true. two or three months into his premiership. you go back —— 80 that's all the sport for now. years, every prime minister has had i'll have more for you at 1.30pm. honeymoon period. borisjohnson has not. the public dislike him a lot it's less than a week to go until the much—anticipated public inquiry report less than they dislike jeremy into the grenfell tower fire. our reporter ashleyjohn—baptiste corbyn. under a different leader, it has been to meet former grenfell residents — one claims that survivors and the bereaved have might provide a different outcome "lost trust" with the inquiry. lovely to meet you again. antonio roncolato lived on the tenth than in an election with jeremy floor of g re nfell tower corbyn. do you think that boris with his 29—year—old son christopher. johnson will be punished by some they escaped during the early morning of the fire. he recently moved into this permanent flat provided by the royal borough voters for not making the deadline. of kensington and chelsea. how vulnerable would he be? it as the first survivor to give depends on what nigel farage and the evidence at the enquiry, he has concerns with brexit party do. signs are they the timing of the report. the timing is absolutely wrong. would say boris has not delivered, you cannot trust him. if you have it coincides exactly with the timing got the brexit party scene from their point of view, you can't trust and the date of brexit, the 31st of this month.
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it makes me feel upset. borisjohnson. you have the labour, it makes me feel like we have been taken for a ride, the snp, liberal democrats and the like, are you serious? this cannot be. green saying you cannot trust boris johnson. we will see whether in a this is so important. campaign that is an effective slogan what are you hearing from other or not. one last question, i was survivors and bereaved ? they do not trust this talking about the technicalities of inquiry any more. having a christmas selection. it has according to the mp for kensington, not been done for almost a century. which is the area of grenfell tower, many residents are frustrated. how difficult would it be logistically? every election i have a lot of people think it is deliberate. known and i have been following them we have been assured that it isn't deliberate, for half a century, somebody raises but it feels like it, and whether or not it is deliberate, it is a very bad time for people logistical problems. in february who want people to take this 1974, edward heath announced, gave seriously and pay due attention. responding to concerns, three weeks notice. they got it the grenfell enquiry told us: done. we would have five, six weeks notice of the election goes ahead. by—elections have been held in december effectively. people don't like voting on wet, cold, dark winter evenings. but can the
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election be held? yes. covering elections for half a century, maher khoudair has polio anyway, thank you very much indeed and relies on crutches. for being with as. that is it from he lived in grenfell tower with his wife and daughter westminster for now. back to anita and is still traumatised from the fire. in the studio. do you still get flashbacks? yes. if i smoke a cigarette now, the headlines on bbc news... i am scared if anything will happen. a meeting of eu ambassadors about a further brexit extension has when i am sleeping, just broken up and the decision i dream that something delayed until next week — happened in my flat, as borisjohnson calls for a general election on 12th december. so i go outside. postmortem examinations i need fresh air in the flat. are to begin on the 39 people who died in a shipping container he is also concerned about found on an industrial estate in essex. the timing of the enquiry report. investigators say mechanical disappointed about it. and design problems caused last year's lion air plane crash in indonesia, which killed 189 people. and in sport... jonathan davies has been named in wales' starting team we are not happy to have for their world cup semifinal against south africa the report in this time. but liam williams is out with an ankle injury.
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england play new zealand on saturday do you trust the inquiry panel? with eddie jones insisting i don't trust them, to be honest, all the pressure is off his side until i hear their report. as they face the tournament favourites. for antonio and maher, and the former boxing does the fact that the inquiry heavyweight champion tyson fury continues makes it hard is competing in wwe. for them to find closure? do you find any sense of closure? he'll fight american braun strowman in saudi arabia at the end of the month. no. i'll be back with more on those stories after 11:30am. britain's biggest remaining the bbc understands payday loan provider, that the refrigerated trailer quickquid, is to close in which 39 people were found dead with thousands of complaints about its lending still unresolved. in essex on wednesday crossed back and forth between the uk and europe quickquids' american in the days before it was located owners said they were exiting the uk with the bodies inside. market because of what it described as "regulatory uncertainty". gps tracking data from the unit there are around 10,000 customers shows it travelled between who say they were given northern ireland and the republic loans they could not afford to repay. of ireland, and between cities if their claims are upheld, in belgium and france, those affected may only receive including dunkirk, a fraction of their compensation. the nhs system bruges, and lille. postmortem examinations are due for reminding parents in england to begin today and the nationalities of the victims is not yet confirmed. when to vaccinate their children is "inconsistent", according andy moore reports. to the national audit office.
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it says there should be a greater push to identify police activity continued late vulnerable and under—served into the night at tilbury port, groups, like travellers. since 2012, there has been where the bodies are being removed a fall in uptake of nearly from the lorry container all pre—school vaccinations, and taken to hospital. such as mmr. nhs england says it is bringing health professionals police said the dignity together to take action. of the victims — 31 men and eight women — was the primary consideration. officials in indonesia have the lorry was moved to the port said that a series of failures on wednesday, so that the lengthy were responsible for the lion air task of removing and identifying plane crash that killed 189 on board the bodies can be carried out last year. in a secure environment. investigators said faults by boeing, police are yet to say the airline and the pilots created a complex chain of events that how the victims died. the chinese ambassador to the uk led to the disaster. said he had sent a team in response, boeing said it has to essex to help police taken action to correct the issues highlighted — verify their identity, in particular, redesigning the way though he said their nationality had crucial sensors on an automatic not yet been confirmed. control system work to correct most of us will stand in horror... the plane's positioning. at the home office in london last night, campaigners held a candlelit earlier my colleague carrie gracie spoke to alastair rosenschein, vigil to remember the victims — a former british airways pilot and aviation consultant. whatever their nationality. he spoke about the complexity these people who are dying, they are not the other to be blocked of the system blamed for the crash. out of our daily lives — they are people like you and me.
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this is believed to be the worst incident of its kind since 58 apologies we do not have the clip chinese migrants were found dead in the lorry container for you just now. at dover in 2000. schools are failing to diagnose at least 80 percent they died after the of pupils in england who have ventilation was blocked. dyslexia, according to a new report. they were smuggled into the country it said families were paying up to £1,000 for private by a chinese snakehead gang. assessments and support. andy moore, bbc news. now, charities and mp's are calling for every school to have a specialist teacher to help well, earlier andy moore gave us pupils with the condition, as luxmy gopal reports. the latest on the situation. 11—year—old jake is dyslexic, well the operation to remove the bodies from the lorry, and struggles to read and write. from the container where in my point of view, they were found, is going all the letters are dancing around and doing stuff and i can't really read them. jake's primary school on at nearby tillbury port. wouldn't diagnose him until he was eight years old, and last night, the first 11 bodies so his mum got it done were removed in private ambulances, privately when he was six. escorted by police vehicles but according to a report and taken off to broomfield hospital in chelmsford where those postmortem by cross—party mp5, 80% examinations will be of schoolchildren in england carried out today. with dyslexia are undiagnosed. police say their primary concern a private diagnosis typically costs is for the dignity of those victims. between £500 and £700 per child. the chinese ambassador has sent add in any private tutoring needed, a team down here to help in that operation to identify them, and it can become unaffordable.
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although the ambassador said it wasn't absolutely confirmed it takes a large proportion of my that they were chinese nationals. salary each month to fund that. it's almost like paying meanwhile, the lorry driver, for another mortgage. this one. a 25—year—old from northern ireland. some schools, like this one in leeds, do provide specialist police have been given an extra 24 staff, equipment and diagnosis hours to question him. for dyslexic children, who used to struggle he has been named locally as mo without knowing why. it made me feel a bit, like, dumb, because everyone else could do robinson from northern ireland. better work than me. so i was like, "why am i so bad at spelling?" let's look in a little more detail when i found out, it made it feel better because i knew there was a reason. of that timeline. it is interesting. now some mps and charities want every school to have a dyslexia it shows a lot of movement in seven teacher, for better support and earlier diagnosis. days. the trailer left in a trailer the department for education says schools must identify and address pupils' special educational needs. ya rd of days. the trailer left in a trailer yard of a company in northern ireland. it crossed back into the republic of ireland, travelling it's announced new high—needs south to dublin. it crossed over to funding worth over £700 million, wales on the 16th of october. once on the continent, a travel between sorry we are leaving that report cities in belgium and france
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because we are going to the prime including dunkirk, bruges and lille and then it also travel to back and minister. they obviously deemed forth between the uk and the their power to decide whether or not continent from october the 17th, through to the 22nd when it made to have an extension. what we have that journey from isa to have an extension. what we have is a great deal on the table. it is through to the 22nd when it made thatjourney from zeebrugge, through to the 22nd when it made that journey from zeebrugge, here a deal that has been approved by through to the 22nd when it made thatjourney from zeebrugge, here to the uk and ultimately onto that parliament. what i am saying is that industrial estate in essex. this has it is to the opposition, jeremy all come from gps tracking data from corbyn, to decide whether he wants the actual container itself. it does to get this deal done or not. we are suggest that the police investigation is one that is making it very clear that we will as co nsta ntly investigation is one that is constantly expanding to take into the chancellor rightly said this account all these locations that the morning, we will give some extra time to get this thing done, if and trailer travel to in the last week or so. trailer travel to in the last week only if the labour party will agree orso. in trailer travel to in the last week or so. in other news... to an election on december the 12th. britain's biggest remaining payday loan provider, quickquid, is to close, as far as to an election on december the 12th. with thousands of complaints as farasi to an election on december the 12th. as far as i can see at the moment, about its lending still unresolved. the labour party is split from top to bottom and they cannot work out quickquids' american owners said they were exiting the uk whether they are in favour of an market because of what it described as "regulatory uncertainty". election which is the thing they are there are around 10,000 customers supposed to be campaigning for the who say they were given loans they could not afford to repay. last 3.5 years. it sounds as if your if their claims are upheld,
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those affected may only receive chance —— like your party is split as well. the chancellor said we will a fraction of their compensation. the nhs system for reminding parents not be able to leave on october the sist. not be able to leave on october the 31st. was he wrong? it is up to the in england when to vaccinate european union whether they will give us an extension or not. their children is "inconsistent", parliament as you know has decided according to the national audit office. it says there should be a greater push to identify vulnerable and under—served that the one to ask brussels to keep groups, like travellers. since 2012, there has been a fall in uptake of nearly us that the one to ask brussels to keep us in the eu. that is not my policy, all pre—school vaccinations, such as mmr. not something i support. i am nhs england says it is bringing health professionals together to take action. totally against it, we should be leaving on october the 31st. at the officials in indonesia have moment the eu is trying to make up its mind what to do. we should be said that a series of failures were responsible for the lion air leaving on october the 31st. what i plane crash that killed am saying to jeremy leaving on october the 31st. what i am saying tojeremy corbyn and the 189 on board last year. labour party is if they want to make investigators said faults by boeing, some progress on this and build on the success that we had in agreeing the airline and the pilots created that deal on tuesday, it is very a complex chain of events that led to the disaster. in response, boeing said it has simple. we can bring back the taken action to correct withdrawal bill, we can task —— the issues highlighted — might discuss it again in in particular, redesigning the way parliament, we can have more debates crucial sensors on an automatic on brexit if he really wants that.
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control system work to correct the plane's positioning. but they have got to d agree on a earlier my colleague carrie gracie spoke to alastair rosenschein, a former british airways pilot deadline. because no one will and aviation consultant. believe that the labour party is really going to allow brexit to he spoke about the complexity happen unless there is a deadline of an election on december the 12th. of the system blamed for the crash. and let's be clear, this parliament has been sitting now doing absolutely nothing but delay brexit, pushing it out with delay after delay for 3.5 years. i have been talking to mps across the house to the horizontal have any credibility for delivering brexit, they have to agree to an stabiliser which is the part election on december the 12th. can of a high angle, that had actually was redesigned to force you confirm that chancellor's once. we will not be able to leave on been required under their own design principles. october the 31st. we could leave on and that meant that the pilots, no matter how hard they pulled back from the control board were not able october the 31st. we could leave on to counter it. october the 31st. so he is wrong? it but, you know, it is a complex depends on what the eu said —— system and there are cutout switches as well. if the pilots didn't know
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the system was on board, they really were up against it. decides. we are waiting for the eu and so onejust, a quick brief look at the statement. to decide whether or not we stay in is there anything in it that the eu. you made that point. it is surprises you are is that the project will and is at the correct response in your view? up the eu. you made that point. it is it seems to be the correct response. up to the eu to decide how long that i mean they would have been extension will be. what i am saying very foolish if they were to do anything less than the proper response. to the labour party injeremy but this report is by the indonesian corbyn, they have the opportunity authorities and rightly now to get this thing done. prime so because it was their aircraft. and boeing has said minister... to get brexit over the that it is a thorough report and that they will take on board line. all they need to do is agree everything that is critical in that report and i think that at the same time that we can have that is right and proper that they do so. as for the 737 max of which they have 5000 orders, more of a debate on brexit, if they it is difficult to know really think that is necessary, where they are going to take this thing because the aircraft provided they agree to an election was supposed to be back in service on december 12. you would have some time ago and now it doesn't probably thought that is a good deal look like it will be in service until next year and i might add, from the point of view of the labour party. they seem to be split from if at all. top to bottom. we have momentum who sum up dates in what is happening in are the sort of commies who back the eu 27 discussions. we were pilot of the jeremy corbyn exercise saying they want and an election. reporting a few moments ago that a spokesperson for the european then you have mps led by keir commission has confirmed that the eu 27 have agreed to the principle of a
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starmer and tom watson who do not seem to want an election. i say to brexit extension. however there has not been a decision taken on the jeremy corbyn, man up, let's have an length of that brexit delay. their election on december the 12th. you have said you will give up ungaro if next meeting due to take place on monday. there had been anticipation you ——i have said you will give up ungaro if you —— i think you are confused this week that we would hear from here. we are going to be governing the eu 27 today about the length of in the interests of the country. we will continue with our one party any extension but now it is going to be monday at the earliest. in the conservative agenda, levelling up last few minutes we received this funding of education across the country, doing everything we can to from one of the chief spokespeople ta ke country, doing everything we can to for the european commission. take this country forward. we will following all the events in london this week and the coming days very not engage in brexit ology when it closely, in that context following is subject to delay. what we won't the request extend to article 50 and the request extend to article 50 and do is commit to pointless debate, the consultations of donald tusk on the consultations of donald tusk on the matter, the eu 27 in matters and if their meeting and attendance of pointless brexit delay, which i am the commissioner's chief negotiator. afraid parliament has been engaged when for the last 3.5 years. unless what i can tell you it is the eu 27 they commit to a hard stop, a
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have agreed to the principle of an extension and will work in the deadline of an election on december the 12th. because that is the only continuing coming days. the intention is to take this decision way that anybody is going to believe by written procedure but for any that there really is a commitment by this parliament to get this thing further questions i would refer you to the council. done. if there is no decision by the coming up on bbc newsroom live... we'll be answering your questions on the latest brexit developments, eu by monday, what then? the offer and a possible early election — is there tojeremy corbyn in the that's at half past eleven, with maddy thimont—jack labour party and i hope they take of the institute for government. send us your questions it. thank you, prime minister. the via text on 61124, tweet us using the hashtag bbc ask this, prime minister speaking a short while ago. basically saying that it or email us at askthis@bbc.co.uk is up to the eu now injeremy corbyn as to what happens next. he said he was waiting on the eu's decision on now it's time for a look a possible extension but crucially said that october the 31st, the uk at the weather with simon king. exiting the eu was possible despite the weather is not looking particular great if you have travel what the chancellor sajid javid said earlier today when he commented that plans over the weekend. heavyweight it was going to be extremely over the south—west. with this difficult for that to happen. he was weather system that is way out into asked they are about the apparent the atlantic. this area of cloud
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here at this weather front, is the threat about most polling dividing line of colder air to the parliament. he said no, we will north and milder air to the south govern in the public interest but we and you can really see that in the will not be engaging in pointless temperature contrast today. this is today. the main thing we will all brexit ology. he said it was up to jeremy corbyn whether to go for an experience is the rain. it will be election on december the 12th which is whatjeremy corbin has been told particularly heavy across wales up into northern areas of england into by borisjohnson is whatjeremy corbin has been told by boris johnson he is whatjeremy corbin has been told southern scotland. further north by borisjohnson he wants. we have been told that no deal must be some sunshine and in the south—east of england a bit of rain. it is blocked before he could agree to that election. we have got to get no going well into saturday that we deal taken off the table first have amber warnings in force. 120 because it would be catastrophic for millimetres over the higher ground, jobs and businesses in britain. take that could lead to significant flooding as we go into saturday. it no deal off the table and we will have an election. see what it does. will gradually clear to the south—east but it is not only south wales, it is the welsh hills in ford and bridgend gone, nissen and general, the pennines, the south sunderland ready to go if they lose west moors, that heavy rain leading to flooding and if you are their trade access. airbus in north travelling there are nasty wales and so on all across the conditions on the road later today country. how long do we have to and into tomorrow. more in half an wait? how much longer? probably a hour. goodbye.
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couple of days. hello this is bbc newsroom live. the headlines... borisjohnson says mps can have more time to debate his brexit deal found on that trailer in essex on if they agree to an early general election just before christmas. the chancellor admits next week's brexit deadline will almost wednesday. police now say into more certainly be missed. people have been arrested in connection with that investigation. as you will know, they are already a meeting of eu ambassadors about a further brexit extension has questioning the lorry driver in relation to this but now police just broken up and the decision delayed until next week, saying to more people have been as borisjohnson calls for a general arrested in connection with their investigation into the deaths of election on 12th december. those 39 people. they are still after the essex lorry tragedy, gps tracking data from the refrigerated trying to establish their identities. as gps data has unit shows the container had crossed back and forth between the uk indicated in the seven days or so and europe in the days previously. leading up to the discovery of the bodies, the trailer the lorry had investigators say mechanical and design problems caused last moved backwards and forwards between year's lion air plane crash in indonesia, which killed 189 people. the republic of ireland and the uk and between the uk on the continent. the government has announced that it is working with all four no more details on who has been major mobile operators to deliver arrested as yet. the time it more reliable broadband in rural areas.
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12:32pm. let's take a look at the weather forecast with chris. we have outbreaks of rain likely to cause issues over the next 24—hour sport now, and for a full round up, is. the met office have issued an from the bbc sport centre, here's jane dougall. amber warning for heavy and persistent outbreaks of rain in south wales, this could cause real huge weekend of rugby issues here as we run through the with england and wales in semi—final action at the rugby world cup — next 24—hour is and it is notjust overnight wales have wales that will see the wet weather, named their team for sunday's match. jonathan davies and hadleigh parks are in the team mild in the south—east, blustery despite being injury doubts for the game against south africa. across the north west temperature is davies pulled out of the quarter final win over france last minute. cold. tonight, the band of rain leigh halfpenny will replace liam williams stays slow—moving and it is notjust who was injured his in training... he is undoubtedly a big loss from an the high ground in the southern wales that will get the rain, the peak district and most of south—west attacking perspective and what he has achieved in the game over the england, these areas could also see last year or so. but bringing in the a few problems. it stays mild across experience of someone like lee the south, colder air in the north means patchy frost to start the day on saturday. bright in the north again with a mixture of sunshine and halfpenny is, i think, it gives us a different element. i think he is showers. this band of rain slowly
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probably defensively the best pulls across into south—east full—back in the world. england. all that water running off england's match against the tournament favourites new zealand is tomorrow morning. england have been the high ground, the rivers will training today in very wet probably continue to fill up. that weather in yokohama. it is expected to clear up is your weather. for saturday, but it did mean that england's training session was delayed today. head coach eddiejones has been spending the week putting the pressure on the all blacks. he says they are expected to win but, what is his plan to beat them? he's been speaking to our hello this is bbc newsroom live with annita mcveigh. the headlines... the chancellor admits next week's brexit deadline will almost sports editor dan roan. certainly be missed. parliament has asked for an extension and the eu, although it hasn't formally we just want to attack them, mate. responded, i think everyone expects an extension from them. when that happens, we won't be able to leave on the 31st to beat new zealand you can't sit and that is exactly why we have and bea to beat new zealand you can't sit and be a spectator at the show, you turned around tojeremy corbyn have got to be on the stage making and said, "let's get brexit done". the script. ourjob is to make the script on saturday. what has changed about this team ? script on saturday. what has changed about this team? it was only a few months ago at the end of the six nations it was the latest example of a meeting of eu ambassadors your site getting a good start and about a further brexit extension has broken up and the final decision we talked about a mental block. our view address that in that short space of time? a lot of it is delayed until next week.
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experience. you learn from experience. you learn from experience. sport is one of those police have made a further two things where generally some things you can't teach on some things you arrests in the investigation into the discovery of 39 bodies in the have to learn from experience. the other thing is the team has worked lorry container in essex. much harder off the field to be a tighter unit and that helps them get england's preparing for one through more difficult situations on of its biggest rugby games the field. in over a decade tomorrow, as the side takes on new zealand manchester united's run of 11 in the world cup semi—final. games without an away win has the government has announced finally come to an end. that it is working with all four they beat partizan belgrade 1—0 in the europa league. major mobile operators to deliver anthony martial scoring more reliable broadband from the penalty spot, in rural areas. to take united to the top as investigators say mechanical and design problems caused last of their group. year's lion air plane crash in indonesia, we will be speaking to a former former there was a late comeback at the emirates for arsenal, they beat portuguese side victoria 3—2. accident investigator. two stunning free kicks in the last 10 minutes from nicolas pepe — including this one in injury time — rescued the game for the home side. wolves also won their match. now back to westminster — ben brown is there. thanks, annita. as we have been hearing, boris celtic came from a goal down to beat johnson once in that general lazio at celtic park. christopherjulien with the winner election on december 12. jeremy in the 89th minute. corbyn seen in the last hour or so rangers drew away with porto. that if borisjohnson can guarantee
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that if borisjohnson can guarantee that no deal is off the table then tyson fury has confirmed that the re—match against labour would support that cool for deontay wilder will go ahead — despite wilder reportedly saying an election. but whether that will he doesn't think it'll go ahead happen remains to be seen. and that fury will pull out. fury spoke to me earlier meanwhile, eu ambassadors have ahead of his wwe match agreed that brexit should in against braun strowman in saudi arabia at the end of the month. principle be delayed beyond october the 31st but they have not yet said how long that extension should be. most eu states are understood to favour a delay of three months, it is confirmed, february the 22nd as far as taking us to the end of january. it is confirmed, february the 22nd as farasi it is confirmed, february the 22nd as far as i know. it is on but while france though arguing for a shorter there has a fight on next, so we delay. let's discuss that division will see what happens with that. he really in the eu. has been reported as saying that he doesn't think it is going to happen though. i have no interest in what with me now is david herszenhorn — he is the chief brussels wilder says or does to be fair. i'm correspondent for politico. is that a bit of a split that is sure he does really! opening up now between france and that's all the sport for now. the other eu countries on how long i'll have more for the other eu countries on how long the extension should be? there is no question it is a difference in you in the next hour. perspective but this is consistent with what we saw the last time that they brexit deadline was extended. hello grant from westminster. —— the french president making a very strong case for a shorter deadline than the others had wanted. here, we
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hello again from westminster. —— hello again from westminster. think that on monday what will be it's time now for bbc ask this, where we'll help answer very interesting is in fact if all your questions on brexit labour and the lib dems as they have and a possible early election. here with me is maddy thimont. said will not support a snap election until there is definitive jack, a senior researcher on the institute for word from the eu. if they then vote government's brexit team. that down, the french president will have further ammunition to say look, thank you for being with us. the this paralysis in london is first question comes from tony. many continuing, there is no sign that it is ever going to let up, so that may call for a people's vote, others strengthen his hand in pushing for a call for a people's vote, others call for a general election. why can a general election and a referendum shorter deadline. there are several complications that come with that. not be combined? they are two the first one is that under article 50, the uk's consent and agreement different votes. a general election is when the population elects mps to is required. so if the eu were to represent them in parliament. a grant the extension as requested by referendum is a vote on one specific question. so it is two different borisjohnson, we grant the extension as requested by boris johnson, we know things and the electoral commission grant the extension as requested by borisjohnson, we know that he is legally obliged to do that. if they for example has said you can't hold the same boat on the same day. if we are proof that there is a sense that do have a general election shortly, consent is not an issue. if they do it will likely be on the basis of something different, that may then require them to come back and really brexit, so we can see for an extent request from london its agreement and we will see what borisjohnson whether the questioner breaks will says at that point. the french be decided through that anyway.
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president has always said that he another question, please can you wa nts president has always said that he wants shorter extensions than other clarify the difference between a countries. what is behind that? is referendum and a plebiscite. they it because he sees the whole brexit are the same thing. two different saga as contaminating his ideas of words, the same thing. i think the eu project? that is certainly sometimes by the same thing. i think one of the things that he says. sometimes by the same thing. i think sometimes plebiscite is used a bit there's quite a lot of frustration, more negatively but they really are the same thing. question three, he has been willing to say it more vocally than others out get on with could european union grant a 2—stage this, it is distracting from many extension until the 15th of november other important things and we if the deal gets through parliament? certainly saw this at the summit last week where they finally reached orto if the deal gets through parliament? or to the 31st of january next year a withdrawal agreement with boris to have a general election if the johnson. there were so many other deal doesn't get through? they things happening, syria turkey absolutely could do that. they situation very alarming to many in granted a 2—stage flexible the eu. constant concern about trade issues with the us, china, so many extension, and under that benn act, other issues going on that they do not want to be focused on this the prime minister would be obliged to agree that extension. another self—created problem of brexit. emmanuel macron ron has also wanted question, if we end up having a to present himself as a leader of referendum and subsequently do vote the block —— the french president to stay in the eu, would it still be under the same terms that we were in has also wanted to present himself asa has also wanted to present himself as a leader of the block with the before? ie would nothing have german chancellor in the twilight of changed and would we still be
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her career. he has taken some entitled to things like the rebate that mrs thatcher negotiated? pleasure in being out there pushing for a tougher line. so the french on entitled to things like the rebate that mrs thatcher negotiated ?m depends when we have the referendum. their own, is it germany and leading if we have a referendum before the uk has left the eu under article 50 their own, is it germany and leading the other side, a bit more relaxed then we would just be revoking article 50 and stay on as a member saying it could be three months? as we are. if we have a referendum germany is definitely in support after we have left under article 50 based on our reporting here but then we would have to renegotiate really this was the council entry and all of those sort of issues will be up for grabs. last president, donald tusk, who finishes his term soon saying that it seemed question, does parliament need to vote on extending the date of brexit things were grinding to a halt again past the current legislated date of in westminster last week that the eu should very quickly extend the limb the 31st of october? if so, no deal could happen by default if the act i agree the extension. his goal is not changed, filibustered.“ there seem to keep brussels as far could happen by default if the act is not changed, filibustered. if the out of the uk's internal political eu and the uk agree an extension than under international law we fight as possible, to be able to say would still be member states. what i that the eu has granted an think he is referring to is the need extension, no less, no more than to change the date of exit in our what london had requested. not to be own domestic legislation. we need to drawn in any further, this godfather do that just to own domestic legislation. we need to do thatjust to make sure our moment. every time they think they statute books make sense but we do are out of this brexit debate there not need a vote in parliament to do seem to be pulled back in. they that. so you cannot filibuster it don't want to be involved, they want and it will just that. so you cannot filibuster it and it willjust go through. let me to send a message that they have
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just ask you a couple of my own agreed withdrawal agreement with question is if you don't mind. boris borisjohnson. they johnson pushing for this early agreed withdrawal agreement with boris johnson. they think they have election before christmas. do you a plan for managing the border on the island of ireland that is even think he is likely to get it through better than the deal that they had because the labour party is still with theresa may. so they have gone through all of that and then to see not very clear about what their the eu pulled back into what is position is. jeremy corbyn hasjust primarily an internal dispute in the been saying if borisjohnson agrees to ta ke been saying if borisjohnson agrees to take no deal off the table, if he united kingdom. a deeply divided comes to parliament on monday and society, deeply divided government says there is no chance of a no representatives. this is not doherty deal, then labour would vote for an failing, you know it, you are there. election. it really is difficult to say. as you say, we are not clear on people are genuinely divided about brexit and a future of the eu and many of the party's positions on an they want the uk to work that out on election. we are having a vote on their own. brussels is ready when monday and parties could reject it london is ready, that is the message they have been sending. the french then. it is worth saying that really borisjohnson has then. it is worth saying that really boris johnson has until the then. it is worth saying that really borisjohnson has until the 5th of november to hold another early president wants to have more of a conversation, he is officially election motion and list it would be worried that this could drag on and time to hold an election on the 4th on as we are seeing it happen. if of december. in terms of taking no they give too long and extension it deal off the table, it is the only encourages folks from default under international law. he westminster to slow down the process do not resolve this process. david, can say that he would not want to ta ke can say that he would not want to take the uk out of the eu without, good to get you thoughts. thank you sorry under a no deal, but you can't for joining good to get you thoughts. thank you forjoining us. that is the chief ta ke sorry under a no deal, but you can't take it off the table entirely. and
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brussels correspondent for politico. last question, just the technicolor fizz and logistics of having a christmas election. december back to 23 in the studio. back the election has been done for a century, how difficult would it be? limo more news that the police have i think there are some concerns about the fact that the days are shorter so it makes it more arrested two more people as possible difficult to campaign in the investigation into the deaths of 39 evenings after work. it may have an people whose bodies were found on impact on whether the electorate come out to vote on the election that lorry container in essex in the date. i think the reason that the cabinet secretary has said that it early hours of wednesday morning. is the latest you can holder is police saying they have arrested a partly the practicalities because 38—year—old man and a 30 out your there are christmas parties, people talked about school nativity plays but actually the places that we old woman from warrington —— mac and normally vote might not be available. so there are some genuine 38—year—old woman from warrington. on conspiracy to traffic... let me logistical issues with holding a late vote in december. thank you very much indeed. let mejust remind just repeat that, police you whatjeremy corbyn has been investigating the deaths of the people found on that trailer have saying. he has just you whatjeremy corbyn has been saying. he hasjust been you whatjeremy corbyn has been saying. he has just been talking you whatjeremy corbyn has been saying. he hasjust been talking on the itv programme this morning and arrested two more people, a he said, providing the prime 38—year—old man and a 38—year—old minister comes to parliament on woman from warrington. they have monday makes it absolutely clear he been arrested on suspicion of is going to make sure there is no conspiracy to traffic people and on crash out, because his deal includes
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the possibility of a no deal exit, suspicion of 39 counts of he is going to have to do that manslaughter. the lorry driver, a because that is how parliament works. we have got to hold him to 25—year—old, remains in custody on account. to basicallyjeremy corbyn suspicion of murder. that the latest is saying that if the prime minister can rule out a no—deal brexit he update from the police. the time is would be prepared to go along with an election on december the 12th, now 12:41pm. let's catch up with all whether other labour mps would go along with that potentially fearing the business news with ben. that they might be defeated, that is what a lot of the commentators here have been asking. anyway, this in the business news... morning the international trade a series of failures by boeing, secretary liz truss talked about her lion air and the pilots led to the crash of a 737 max plane frustrations around the current in indonesia in october last year. brexit deadlock. that's the conclusion of an official report into the disaster which killed 189 people. it said the jet should have been i will continue to work hard to get grounded after an earlier fault, our great british projects out into and that one of the pilots those international markets but the was unfamiliar with procedures — pages were also missing reality is it is getting very difficult to do things in from the maintenance log. parliament. what we need is an election to break the deadlock, to make sure that we can move forward a boost to mobile coverage in the countryside — asa make sure that we can move forward the uk's four main mobile networks as a country. that is liz truss. and the government are considering a £1 billion plan to improve signal in rural areas. about one third of the uk i'm nowjoined currently has patchy
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by sam gyimah conservative or non—existent mobile signal — mp for east surrey. in so—called "not spots". what is the liberal democrat the proposed deal — which includes ee, o2, position on this? our position is three and vodafone — aims to get 4g coverage to 95% of the uk by 2025. that the extension has got to be secured so that borisjohnson does not take it out or no deal. there is barclays backs down after a backlash — the bank has reversed its decision another consideration that he has to prevent customers withdrawing said that somehow he expects money from the post office network. parliament to pass his deal by the there was fury when it said its debit card holders could deposit money but not withdraw 6th of november. still giving cash from a post office minimal time. 6th of november. still giving minimaltime. i 6th of november. still giving minimal time. i think that is a counter from january. condition that he would have to get cancelling that plan, rid of. what we are looking at today the bank said it recognised the facility was "valued by many is we have a prime minister who says he has got the best deal but doesn't wa nt he has got the best deal but doesn't want us to scrutinise it. a prime communities in the uk". minister who prorogued parliament and yet his queen's speech has been we are so used to living passed... and then a prime minister in a connected world who says he wants a general election that when you find yourself without signal it can be very but we all know he is lobbying the frustrating. eu not to have the extension that even more so, for those will allow the general election to who live and work in rural happen. so there is a lot of mixed areas that have patchy m essa g es or no network coverage. happen. so there is a lot of mixed messages and chaos coming out of downing street. i see all of that is but after years of negotiations there's now a proposed plan
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a deliberate attempt to distract between the government and the four from the fact that do or die, no big mobile providers to set up a shared rural network. ifs, no buts, we will leave on the 3ist ifs, no buts, we will leave on the 31st of october. the central mission of boris johnson's government 31st of october. the central mission of borisjohnson's government has failed. we are not quite clear about ee, vodafone, o2 and three can then the liberal democrat position, all use the same masts and signals — despite what you have just said. the boosting coverage. they say it'll mean 4g eu ambassadors have met today, they will be available to 95% have put off their final decision of the uk by 2025. but they have agreed in principle to scott petty is the chief technology an extension. we will not know how officer for vodafone. long until next week. but say they scott, as i understand it, this is not quite a done deal yet. we are say the end of january, three hearing the hope is that it will be months, would you then go for a agreed by early next year. why can't december election? i think if it is they just get agreed by early next year. why can't theyjust get on with it and do it now? well, we are very committed to the 31st of january extension and making it happen. we have been downing street stopped playing it working on it as an industry for more than 12 months and we have been silly games around the tight timetable for boris johnson's working collaboratively for the past silly games around the tight timetable for borisjohnson's deal that we disagree with, at that point quarter finalising the terms of the arrangement on the framework we have we will be looking seriously at what put together. today's announcement we will be looking seriously at what we do as far as a general election is concerned. so you might, it is was really important. and ofcom have possible. i'm just trying to clarify also published their support for the the position. it is possible you work that we have been doing. our would accept a december the 12th final step is actually putting election? well, we will look at it together the last of the contract
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but there are so many ifs in your terms dotting the eyes and crossing question and that is why i'm the teas for four competitors to struggling to give a definitive answer. but our preference has a lwa ys answer. but our preference has always been that to resolve this, a work together. as you can imagine with competition law, that takes a referendum is a cleaner way to do little while for us to complete. we it. we will be happy to support will do that through the remaining boris johnson's months of this year and we will be it. we will be happy to support borisjohnson's deal it. we will be happy to support boris johnson's deal if it. we will be happy to support borisjohnson's deal if he attached ready to go in the new year. this a referendum to it so people had a final say on that deal. and you do will be very welcome news to those not muddy it with other issues like particularly who run small businesses who don't feel they have schools and hospitals, which are the connectivity they need to important, but are separate to the thrive. but there will be some who brexit issue. that is important. if worry that this will mean mobile it isa brexit issue. that is important. if it is a general election of course masts going up in beautiful areas we will look at that quite seriously but we have got to see where we are. and ruining these stunning scenes jeremy corbyn, you will have probably heard what ijust said and ruining these stunning scenes and they will have real objections to this. what you say to them? what there, he has said that if boris johnson takes no deal off the table we have agreed with mobile operators on monday, comes to parliament and is to share mast coverage that says no deal is off the table, then jeremy corbyn would accept a december election. would you go along with that? i don't know what will... to jeremy corbin is defining is no deal is to share mast coverage that will. .. to have is to share mast coverage that will... to have all four of those of the table. i think we have been services in that particular area. that will not mean any new masts, we very clear, implement the extension and you should understand why we are put additional antennas onto the extremely anxious about this. this mass that we have but we are able to isa use all of the infrastructure that
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extremely anxious about this. this is a prime minister who had to send a simple letter to the eu for the we have already deployed. and when working with the government we have extension, sent a letter that he did agreed to close the remaining few percentage points of coverage in not sign and then sent another cover what we cool total not spots. they letter saying that i don't want it. we know he has been lobbying the are the parts of the country that have no coverage today. but of course we will go through normal french not to give an extension, so planning legislation and everyone will have to say as to whether they wa nt to will have to say as to whether they want to build a mast in that particular location or somewhere else. asi particular location or somewhere else. as i understand it, this will bring 4g to 95% of the uk by 2025. by bring 4g to 95% of the uk by 2025. by then a lot of towns and cities will have upgraded to 5g. so we have a situation where rural areas will be left in the slow lane once again. i don't think that will be the case. first of all 5g is a very new technology. by 2025 only about 70% of the consumer base will have 5g handsets. a 5g handset can work on a 4g network but the reverse is not true. a 4g handset cannot work on a sg true. a 4g handset cannot work on a 5g network so we think building on
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4g is making perfect sense. really good to talk to you. scott petty from vodafone, think of talking to us. in other business stories we're following, quickquid — the uk's biggest remaining payday loan provider is to close, with thousands of complaints about its lending still unresolved. its owner, us—based enova, says it will leave the uk market "due to regulatory uncertainty". compensation claims have been made from customers who said they were given loans they could not afford to repay. supercuts and regis hairdressers have called in administrators — to try and find a buyer for the firm's 220 salons around the uk. 1,200 jobs are at risk — but the shops will remain open while accountants deloitte look at options. deloitte said changes in consumer behaviour had led to lower footfall in shopping centres where many of the salons are located. amazon says its profits fell by about a quarter in the three
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months to the end of september — compared to the same period last year. it actually made more sales — but blamed the fall in profits on an increase in spending on shipping costs. it's recently pushed to offer one—day shipping to its prime members. shares however, not performing at their prime — down sharply after that update. that's all the business news. the headlines on bbc news... a meeting of eu ambassadors about a further brexit extension has broken up and the decision delayed until next week —, as borisjohnson calls for a general election on 12th december. after the essex lorry tragedy, police have made a further two arrests in connection with the 39 bodies discovered in in a container in essex. the government has announced that it is working with all four major mobile operators to deliver more reliable broadband in rural areas.
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officials in indonesia have said that a series of failures were responsible for the lion air plane crash that killed 189 on board last year. investigators said faults by boeing, the airline and the pilots created a complex chain of events that led to the disaster. in response, boeing said it has taken action to correct the issues highlighted — in particular, redesigning the way crucial sensors on an automatic control system work to correct the plane's positioning. joining me now is former accident investigator david gleave. david, thank you for coming along. the thing that jumped david, thank you for coming along. the thing thatjumped out at me from this report was the line that said the investigators believed that there were nine things that contributed to this accident. and they said if one of those things had not happened, may be the accident would not have happened. and it points to, yes, this complex as they say chain of events. just take us
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through your opinion on this report and the circumstances that led to the crash. it starts with boeing and the crash. it starts with boeing and the competition with airbus in what they cool single aisle, that is your standard 200 seater low—cost, short—haul aeroplane. airbus made a bigjump in short—haul aeroplane. airbus made a big jump in technology fitting a new engine that was more efficient. boeing decided to respond but with a much older airframe and that meant that they had to make some quite complex changes to the flight control system in order to fit these new engines underneath. that led to the development of this so—called system that was going to lower the nose in the event that the pilots we re nose in the event that the pilots were going to stall at high altitude. but that was not really communicated to the pilots. there we re communicated to the pilots. there were problems... absolutely fundamental? and indeed to the training department of the airlines and their onto the pilots. so we need to look at the whole chain. they told the regulator they were going to make a change in the design of the aeroplane and they were going to add this system. it was only
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going to have a small effect, which is what the regulator was told. they did the test flights, it did not have a big enough test in the test flights so they increase the strength of the response of this safety system and the regulator said, yes, that is fine because it was only a small change. there were quite happy with that but it turned into quite a large change. so the regulator has now come out of the loop because they are not looking at it because they understood it was just a small change. and fatally as it said, bowing fatally underestimated the risks with these changes and therefore it was acting without adequate oversight from those us regulators. yes, the lack of communication took the regulator out of the loop. it is almost unbelievable that it happened and yet it happened again with ethiopian air crash. boeing says its software is undergoing an unprecedented level of global regulatory oversight, testing and analysis. but they have lost a lot of trust, haven't they?
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yes, there are a lot of passengers that have lost just yes, there are a lot of passengers that have lostjust a bit. i have seen the programme that they have put into place and it has given me confidence to get back in the aeroplane and fly again. we just need to make sure that the airlines understand that the pilots have been trained to understand and appreciate that. that seems to be the difference between the first accident and the second one. they sent out a message at the end of the first one they said if the aeroplane behaves like this and take these actions in the cockpit. but they we re actions in the cockpit. but they were not necessarily taken and carried on. there are communication failures from the first to the second but i think now everybody in the industry is understood the basic requirements already. so you are saying you think that programme is in place to effectively communicate the changes and what needs to be donein the changes and what needs to be done in certain scenarios? it will ta ke done in certain scenarios? it will take time. the messages going out to the airlines as to what they will have to do in the training programme but they then have to train the pilots. so it will take quite a time for the aeroplane comes back into operational service with lots of pilots trying. what is your view on when this will happen? because of his in different parts of the world they took different views on when to
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pull the 737 max out of service. will that be the same in terms of bringing it back into service? well, it could be that injanuary you see that aeroplane certificate returned that aeroplane certificate returned that it can fly. then you have to train the training pilots first, they will get familiar with the system and then start to train the pilots. so there is a big demand in terms of simulator time for all of these line pilots to bring back their qualifications on that type of aeroplane. and then the question remains, will people still want to fly on it? i think if they have enough confidence in the aeroplane. i have confidence and i will fly the aeroplane. thank you very much. in a field near bristol the closest thing to an ocean has been created. the aim? to bring the joys of the sea to a whole new wave of people — and make surfing accessible to all. here's our environment correspondent claire marshall. first light, and surfers are gathering. but this isn't hawaii or newquay. this is a field just outside bristol, because there are waves breaking
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in the middle of the countryside. we've been given exclusive access to the final test phase of a revolutionary inland surf lake. whoa! jayce robinson has driven here from st ives, the very tip of cornwall. he is the first pro surfer to be allowed in the water. look at it, it's just so glassy, and it's like the maldivian ocean. all this was nick houndsfield's idea. it's taken almost a decade. well done, so good, so good. we've got a real opportunity of getting people, and particularly kids, off computers, getting them outdoors, getting them interacting with nature and improving people's health and well— being. surf music.
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the amazing thing about this is the technology. the base of this lake is shaped exactly like the reefs in the ocean that produce these kinds of waves, the best in the world. this is green belt land. the lake needed to fit into the landscape. 16,000 trees are going to be planted around it. and it is truly open to everyone. spike kane, a surfing legend, has worked with nick for years. so how does it make you feel to see it? i'm like, emotionally, i'm a mess right now. i'm just, like, look at this! music continues. i'm at a complete loss for words at how incredible it is. you never know with these kind of projects, what ends up happening,
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and the result isjust pristine, perfect blue water and lovely waves, so, win—win. some say it will never match the open ocean, but now people have the choice where to paddle out. claire marshall, bbc news, the wave, near bristol. if heights make you uneasy, then the latest sky—high observation deck built in new york might not be for you. located 1,000 feet above street level, on a brand new skyscraper, it's one of the highest outdoor observation decks in the world. for real thrill—seekers, there's a glass bottomed floor where you can see the streets below, and even angled glass, so you can lean out above the city. it looks pretty spectacular. now it's time for a look at the weather with simon king. however, heavy and persistent outbreaks of rain will affect northern and western parts of england along with wales and it is likely to cause some issues. the rain bearing clouds has already
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begun to spread its way in but if i zoom away begun to spread its way in but if i zoom away from the united kingdom you can see the extent of this weather front as it stretches way out into the subtropical atlantic. a weather front that stretches for over 3000 miles. this conveyor belt of moisture is going to be slamming into the hills, basically of wales but also affecting parts of south—west england around the moors and over the peaks and pennines as well. so we could be looking at some issues here with flooding building in. the met office have issued an amber weather warning for the heaviest rain across the hills of southern wales, some localised flooding is quite likely to develop here over the next 24 hours. so we have got the wet weather moving in cross parts of england and wales, not much rain there towards the south—east of england and blustery conditions in the north west, bright and breezy. it is mild across the south, 16 or 17 celsius for some wearers further north just seven in belfast, eight in glasgow and edinburgh. through this evening and overnight rain band just stays put
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bringing huge falls of rain really across the higher ground, the moors of south—west england, the hills of southern wales and the peak in the pennines. the risk of localised flooding and poor travel conditions. it stays mild across the south—east, 15 degrees towards london but the colder air 15 degrees towards london but the colderair in 15 degrees towards london but the colder air in the north we will have patches of frost setting in. saturday, it is another wet start to the day. the rainbow eventually will pull away towards east anglia and south—east england, so we will see something of an improvement towards those worst affected areas. further north—west another day of blustery showers, some a bit wintry over the highest ground in scotland. it will feel colder here. looking at the weather picture through the night time, the colder air will arrive through southern counties of england and as we head into sunday morning you might have an extra hour in bed as the clocks go back but that extra hour could be spent under a warm duvet. it would be a chilly and frosty start the day, blue skies, a
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few showers affecting northern ace in scotland and may be a few running down the eastern part of them. highs 00:59:08,063 --> 4294966103:13:29,430 of 12 in london.
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