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00:00:00,001 --> 1073741525:48:22,358 this 1073741525:48:22,358 --> 2147483051:36:44,715 is 2147483051:36:44,715 --> 3221224577:25:07,072 bbc 3221224577:25:07,072 --> 4294966103:13:29,430 news. i'm julian worricker. thousands of people but spentjust a short time injail. the weather for the week ahead is coming up in an hour's time. 00:35:30,132 --> 1073741526:14:59,956 this 1073741526:14:59,956 --> 2147483051:54:29,780 is 2147483051:54:29,780 --> 3221224577:33:59,605 bbc 3221224577:33:59,605 --> 4294966103:13:29,430 news. first totality associated with autonomous travelling software. i'm julian worricker. the headlines at 8pm. autonomous travelling software. software but what uber users is completely different. the headlines at 9pm. completely different. still work to be done. company is investigating what led to the incident. still work to be done. about the terms that will immediately after our withdrawal. translation: a decisive step remains a step. the incident. safety board to try to figure out what led to the car crash. of work still to be done. what led to the car crash. developer and is about what possibly could have led to this. apply immediately after our withdrawal. also thank you. translation: a decisive step remains a step. of work still to be tonight... russian double agent in salisbury could take months. done. to find where the nerve agent in salisbury could take months. of science and technology studies at ucl. to find where the nerve agent questions asked now about this technology. was administered. commitments after being arrested on suspicion was administered. technology.
don't know what or who drink—driving yesterday. is to blame in this case. and killed by one of their cars in the us. in this case. arizona and a fuel other places for a couple of years now. a couple of years now. terminals are set higher than had been expected. miles have been driven in this related to impurities. mode without serious incident. without serious incident. good accident was always going to happen at some point. evening and welcome at some point. technology more stringentjulie van has been up till now. to has been up till now. bbc sense from what you have just said, varies significantly. it does indeed. news. deal that should smooth the way towards indeed. when one of their cars ran a red light.
brexit. light. on the promise that they would be extremely lightly regulated. ‘a decisive step'. extremely lightly regulated. in white the parts still being few restrictions on testing currently. currently. there has been a very light rain given to them. negotiated. light rain given to them. citizens living in the the picture there, what is a lot like eu. here in the uk? during the transition period. but not yet agreed is the issue of the border with northern ireland. our europe editor like here in the uk? katya in much more restricted tests adler on open roads. has more. today was a big moment between the eu and uk. an historic handshake to seal open roads. be asking itself questions about how this technology should be regulated. this technology should be regulated.
a deal. thank you very much. to life on the outside. at the weekend during high winds the eu and uk's chief brexit negotiators were visibly relieved. and waves. and their properties are in danger of falling into the sea. robbie west reports. sides of the channel. following another night of strong winds and stormy seas. people started to leave on friday. through contingency plans based on guesses about the future deal. after our withdrawal. certainty, not quite. as the tide was drawing in, lifeboat crews helped move people out. an oft—repeated phrase in these brexit negotiaations is... disappear overnight. nothing is agreed until i bought it everything is for sea views, beautiful sea views. agreed. and now the sea has taken it away. overall withdrawal agreement from the eu, as these seven at the back door. slides show. reached but omissions are glaring. i felt — it was like an earthquake, and the cliffjust went. most of the house apart. i don't think i'll be here tomorrow.
and easterly winds that washed the coast‘s natural defences away. like ireland. the next morning, between northern ireland and the irish the damage could be seen. and are being inspected after each high tide. republic after brexit. these properties probably won't be lived in again. then saturday, and what was there, that is actually gone. paul rayjoined the lifeboat crews after seeing his in the customs union and parts of the single market. home. on this island again. to the house they have lived in for the past eight years. what was agreed to look at it, i think to myself, that's my today under the transition deal? home and i've lost it. it will be time limited. lives are anything. and everybody got us out and looked after us very well. and customs union. so i've got to move forward, though i have lost maker, though it may my home. voice concerns. following a storm surge. until after the transition period. 13 homes are in immediate danger but brexit decision—makers were upbeat today. this time.
as owners return today, they hope history won't repeat itself. good news today? frosty negotiations. but it is not all good news for the government. robbie west, bbc news, hemsby. just a development on a story that has been around for most of the day. and uk at the end has been around for most of the day. consulting firm, cambridge analytica. of these brexit talks. pretty big concessions. analytica. to search the offices of cambridge analytica. like fishing. analytica. in uk waters. various names on facebook for further political analysis. further political analysis. the transition period isn't totally in the bag yet. say cambridge analytica have denied any wrongdoing at the end of at this stage. the week.
any wrongdoing at this stage. of the executives of that company as well. katya adler, bbc news, brussels. well. cambridge analytica, and that will happen i am told on tuesday. time for a look at the weather with matt taylor. skies across many parts of the country button at the foster's back. country button at the foster's back. across scotland and northern ireland where skies are clearest. for the uk to leave the eu. countdown starts in just nine days' time. where skies are clearest. and sleet awards east counties in particular but most will stay dry. particular but most will stay dry. northern ireland with the two parts of temperatures down to minus eight.
time. most of the eu's conditions to of temperatures down to minus eight. get that. as today but it will bring in occasional cloud. that. occasional cloud. some parts of scotland and northern ireland after the very frosty start. rights, the eu will continue to decide those. ireland after the very frosty start. the only one way the temperatures are going, on the up, this week. decide those. so in many areas the uk has had to come from ice. are going, on the up, this week. atlantic winds will gradually bring milder air to all. this is bbc news. there's still work to be done, particularly on the uk has had to come from ice. the customs union, if a better solution can't be found. irish border. close to salisbury.
is likely to take many months. and killed by one of their cars in the us. solution can't be found. when the accident happened. drink—driving yesterday. brexit happens and this agreement has to be in place. director of demos and kevin schofield, editor of politics home. sergei skripal, and his daughter. he hosts with co—star declan donnelly is cancelled. evening. after brexit in march next year. likely the investigation could take many months. who move here will remain the same. here's our diplomatic correspondent james landale.
reaction at westminster. of salisbury, to the village of durrington. published at lunchtime. sergei, were attacked with we saw the rhetoric, didn't we, from david davis and michel barnier. in that news conference in nerve agent. from russia, a process that officials say could take brussels. setting out their agreement. some weeks. where there is agreement. but tangible, joined—up action. not least around the irish border. that at an eu and a real concern amongst some around fishing. level. tackling cyber together. sharing intelligence about what russia is up to. now, we've been getting reaction from all sides this afternoon. and for leave campaigner. mr evans, what do you make of where we've got to today? ‘progress' was the word now, at least, allies at lunchtime. standing shoulder but it does seem that there is a step in the right direction.
i'm really pleased that now we've got to shoulder. a firm date. all 29 nato allies stand united. in fact, i was on michel barnier's side on this one. we stand in solidarity with the united kingdom. i wanted to leave earlier than the three months into 2021. so i'm really pleased. when we actually do leave the european union. european union as and the uk is not alone. russia was to blame extremely seriously. well. that is really unacceptable. into effect as soon as we leave the european union. but in so i see a lot of green light, never mind moscow, the green ink, today. implementation period effectively the uk is a vessel defiance continued. skripal or state.
but we're no longer a rule—maker. apologise. the worst of all with a similar number of british diplomats leaving moscow shortly. worlds? or simply do nothing? and their goods will here or should they find new ways of penalising russia be coming to us ? is the government prepared to pay? tarrif—free. achievement will start to be made. james langdale, bbc news. business organisations throughout the mighty kingdom. armed unit has been killed to leaving the european union. of the centre for brexit studies at in syria. kurdish forces since january. birmingham city university. how do you see this, a decisive step? step?
i am cautiously positive but there is will long way to go. there is will long way to go. this transition period after leaving on march the 29th next year. emma vardy has been speaking to her father. according to her family. on march the 29th next year. to travel to syria last year. bring about that shift to such a transition period. transition period. i was alarmed but not surprised, really, because i know her. —— northern ireland orders. protect the vulnerable. if i wanted to ireland orders. participate in wasn't it, so people timetable reasons? the revolution of women... reasons? ratify this thing, an ambitious timetable at best, i must say. armed group, the ypj. organisation. islamic state where is has been holding the last of its territory. timetable at best, i must say. start negotiations on that front pretty much straightaway. but, injanuary, the new front in the conflict opened up.
pretty much straightaway. enact any of these until after we have left. have left. talk to me about where your caution lights, in that case? your caution lights, in that case? ireland— republic of ireland or dirt. around the town of afrin. dirt. area where i have seen one —— the republic of ireland border. republic of ireland border. on joining the operation. are you almost giving is about fisheries? could lead to prosecution. while assisting the kurds. others, who have returned to the uk, have been arrested. fisheries? common fisheries policy, this is a slap in the face for michael gove. was killed by turkish air strikes and friends informed slap in the face for michael gove. he was arguing for an additional quota. herfamily. awareness of what was quota. continued access to uk waters for such purposes. such purposes. the northern ireland— republic of ireland border as a final thought.
ireland border as a final going on. with the kurds to have died. world and was prepared to put her life on the line. thought. emma vardy, bbc news, in border will, by their very nature, go away. lewes. in south—west london. go away. for addiction problems. for the rest of the series. towards northern ireland wouldn't apply. apply. lizo mzimba has more. replicate a, the gated series of deals like with switzerland. deals like with switzerland. very difficult to see how this would work in practice. scene of the crash. work in practice. after failing a breath test. in the absence of such a complicated trade agreement.
a precautionary checkup. trade agreement. no doubt we will talk again in the coming months. talk again in the coming months. saturday night takeaway. to treat an thank you very much indeed. addiction to alcohol and painkillers. and cocaine at an all time high. open testing encourages more people to take illegal drugs. the home office says "no drug—taking this afternoon, the broadcaster said... can be assumed to be safe". co—host, declan taking them at the donnelly. for the long—term future of one of weekend. its biggest stars. police say inquiries into the collision are to see how it works. this drug—testing lab for the swiss government. hi, hans. continuing. nice to meet you. hi. through to illegal party drugs.
this is where we are doing the analysing... the testing is being done today by fabienne. itv said they hoped the presenter would get the help he needs. so, this is the pill that we saw being handed in last night. exactly. it's this quarter. and now i'm going to grind it. people results about what's in their but a warning there's still work to be done. drugs. are willing to take a months. drug. programme after a woman is hit and killed —— uber suspends. what we sport centre, are doing here. so, you're going to now get the result. what have we found? here's james. yes, so here and pics after hitting their medals target by winning seven. it's the mdma peak. that's a very strong reading. target by winning seven. yeah, we give a warning when kehoe, andy swiss it's over 120mg of pill.
was at heathrow so now we have like double to greet them. greet them. they left as hopefuls, they've returned as history makers. amount. they've returned as history makers. jenna kehoe, menna fitzpatrick plus extra luggage. extra luggage. including the best they saved till last. so, that the experience in switzerland. last. can they have told me it is barely risk of ecstasy. sinking in. an abnormally pure tablet of sinking in. 2018 was always that goal, ever since when i started. mdma, or ecstasy. with regards to testing drugs before people take them, what do you think? since when i started. so i am immensely proud to have done it. people take them, what do you immensely proud to have done it. think? informed decisions and ultimately it leads to out and try something and saving lives. you never know where it will lead. know where it will lead. simulation of what fitzpatrick sees when she is skiing. leads to saving lives. i believe she would have taken a lot less and would be alive today. when she is skiing. less and would be guide's bright orange beard at up to
70 mph. 70 mph. took her skiing when she was five, how things have changed. alive today. people to take what are, still, illegal drugs. how things have changed. how do you respond to that? that? as following an orange blob down the slope. i want people to get home safe at night. slope. wear to her and now i am having to shout at her to wait for me. shout at her to wait for me. at night. don't see a problem in that approach. we are proud as punch. it makes complete sense proud as punch. to me. we haven't stopped smiling all week. where do you stand, professor nutt? smiling all week. nutt? illegal drugs is to reduce the harms of them. for now they say of them. that policy has been failing for decades. they will celebrate with a cup of tea. failing for decades. with a cup of tea. a very well—deserved cup of tea. bring some sanity back to the situation. how would this work well—deserved cup of tea. in practice? miss the rest of the season with an achilles injury. achilles injury. nations defeat to ireland on saturday. practice? switzerland, you take your pills to a testing facility in a big club. saturday. rule him out of a tour injune to south africa. a testing facility in a big club. district hospital is a list use, you go and get your drug tested.
south africa. all five of wales's six nations matches, scoring against italy. go and get your drug tested. sections —— district hospitals as a ladies. matches, scoring against italy. ladies. too strong or not something you are expecting. coast by fellow fifteens member hallam amos. hallam amos. expecting. been confirmed rhys webb zelfa the rest of the season. drugs come along, the dutch are on top of it and they can tell people. top of it and they can tell rest of the season. ospreys to join toulon in the summer. ospreys to join toulon in the people. in britain, we don't discover a new drug and older have been deaths. summer. drug and older have been deaths. home office says no drug—taking can summer. assume to be safe. belgium's world cup qualifying win over spain in brussels. over spain in brussels. assume to be safe. spot with spain having to reach next year ‘s tournament in japan. spot with spain having to reach next year ‘s tournament injapan. drug use in our communities and help dependent individuals to recover. dependent individuals to recover. year ‘s tournament injapan. there is no argument with that, is that? number of decisions that the referee made. made. they confronted him at the end of the match. of course there of the is. is alcohol, but we have no policies whatsoever to try and reduce that. match. are in contact with rugby europe to understand the context of events. whatsoever to try and reduce that. understand the context of events. like some drugs and they do like other drugs. not expect luke shaw to be at manchester united last season.
manchester united last other drugs. the right to know what they are taking. season. weekend's fa cup win over brighton byjose mourinho. taking. weekend's fa cup win over brighton by jose mourinho. about the fact that you can't assume that any drug taking is safe. that any drug taking is safe. can't assume that, but you can make it a lot safer by doing testing. it a lot safer by doing testing. recreational drug in the last ten years —— in the netherlands. by jose mourinho. years —— in the netherlands. that mourinho has an agenda against luke shaw. a major achievement, and that is what testing can do. luke shaw. agenda, don't play him, he could have played ashley young. have played ashley what testing can do. forward, what sort of reaction do you get from people? you get from people? young. united you feel have to win from the play—offs from this team. i get an amazing amount of support. united you feel have to win from the play-offs from this team. play-offs from this team. all your sport for now, i will be back in one hour. see you then. amazing amount of support. read up on it a bit —— very few people oppose. people oppose. i don't get much opposition, to be honest. opposition, to be honest. what of the legality point? james, thank you very much. the legality point? i mentioned what the home office was saying. the home office was saying. the reasons these particular drugs are illegal is to protect people. to tackle what he called the scourge of drug addiction in america. are illegal is to protect people. but they are not managing to control drugs.
drugs. can make informed decisions and get home safely. what about availability? availability? done that perhaps is not being achieved at the moment? in what regards? regards? the fact that they are so easily and by people. easily and by people. example, it's apparently easy to do it so easily obtained by people. it so easily obtained by people. that is due to the failings of prohibition. prohibition. there more that can be done in that area? recognition has failed. and everyone knows that. everyone knows that. office is continuing to parrot —— prohibition has failed. prohibition has failed. continuing to parrot this age—old philosophy, it is beyond me. philosophy, it is beyond me. clearly haven't bothered to wake up to the realities.
to the realities. fentanyl, this toxic opiate entering this country. this country. accidentally fenta nyl overdoses, just as they are in the states. just as they are in the states. allowing testing now, that would prevent this epidemic of deaths. prevent this epidemic of deaths. we must leave it there. must leave it there. and you very much indeed. much indeed. —— thank you both very much indeed. there's still work to be done, particularly on the irish border. close to salisbury. is likely to take many months. and killed by one of their cars in the us.
when the accident happened. people can spend on fixed—odds betting machines. with people being able to bet up to £100 a time. should be £30. more than £2. danny savage has more. traditional—looking fruit machines with a very modern twist. the maximum bet should be £30, or as low as £2. terry white lost £250,000 on them. he was addicted to playing the games on a digital screen. £5 became £10, became £20. next thing, i didn't realise how much i
was putting in. on a screen, and that also makes it easier for you to lose control. them are signs warning people not to gamble more than they can afford. of so—called problem gambling. have you got an app on your smartphone, a gambling app? justin larkham lectures on gambling awareness. today, he was talking to academics at the university of hertfordshire. punters willjust go elsewhere. which potentially is more dangerous and hidden. will make a
difference. machines like these ones, where you can play roulette. but where's that figure come from? upon the harms and risk of harms that people face. suggesting £30 or less. taken in their shops. will be slashed. danny savage, bbc news, sheffield. from lancaster university. good evening. or less could make a significant difference, we hear there. difference, we hear there. what do you say? you say?
difference, it was utterly not solve the problem of problem gambling. the problem of problem gambling. of play was slowed down as well, that is not being suggested. that is not being suggested. and enable better tracking of players. players. i'm not sure that will solve the problem. solve the problem. about how quickly you can put the next round of money in. next round of money in. at because you know, the wheel spin is about once every two minutes. is about once every two minutes. bins every 20 seconds, a lot quicker —— it spins. —— it spins. to gambling if the rate of play is faster. faster. jeopardised if this is brought down too far and too quickly.
too far and too quickly. 2005 we didn't have fixed odds betting terminals at all. betting terminals at all. industry was doing quite well than as well. as well. a massive loss ofjobs as a result of this. of this. stage, clearly the government will have to 0k it. have to 0k it. will make a decision about this, what do you hear? what do you hear? of stakeholders who are interested in this. in this. about £700 million per yearfrom machine gambling. machine gambling. to lose that money, that's one of the things that i hear. the things that i hear. they will be keen to see a cut to it, i don't excite. it, i don't excite. bounce might be seen as a halfway house. so i don't think so. think £30 might be seen as a halfway house.
house. they would go to £2, but i don't think they will go to £2. think they will go to £2. thank you very much indeed. thank you. will help people in the uk and around the world. around the world. some fun, surprising sir andy murray. and there! —— and there! welcome to a sport relief midnight game show! a sport relief midnight game show! with sir andy murray! morning, and there! how are
you, mate? your favourite tv show, please identify this person... who is it? i'm going to have to take your first and so on this! that is danny pig. it is danny big! well done! danny pig gets a high five! pig gets a high five! he saw the funny side of it in the end! reaching agreement on a transitional period after brexit. the uk's fishing industry. will bring decisive change. of the uk economy as a whole. concern that fishing may not be the uk's top priority. so, what does the eu's common fisheries policy do?
the british fishing industry. species of fish can be caught in uk waters. economically and socially sustainable. of eu member states. to take back full control of its exclusive economic zone. here it is — much bigger, 200 nautical miles off the coastline. are to other eu countries. are landed by boats from elsewhere in the
eu. but of course, it cuts both ways. to fish in french, irish or norwegian waters. scottish boats, much less so. throw up some problems. of the brexit negotiations. is there any precedent? well, there is greenland. in 1982, fishing was the big issue. for its produce. that's a trade—off the uk may have to think about, too. period after brexit.
next year. 9pm, let's take a look at the weather. weather. starting to plummet across many parts of the uk. parts of the uk. today in york we are seeing signs of spring coming back to life. spring coming back to life. going, that's on the up, as we swap easterly winds for westerly once. easterly winds for westerly once. will take a couple of days to get there. there. breaks here and there so there will be a frost. be a frost. pressure where temperatures will drop the furthest. drop the furthest. northern ireland it could be as low as —8. as —8. easterly winds by the time we get to tuesday. tuesday. a bit of a northerly flow across parts of england and wales. across parts of england and wales.
ringing some cloud on tuesday. little bit of sleet, nothing too significant. significant. cloud across england and wales tomorrow. and wales tomorrow. sunny spells raking through. raking through. after a frosty start in northern ireland. ireland. clouding over across the highlands and islands later. highlands and islands later. its way upwards, we will drag the winds off the atlantic. winds off the atlantic. bringing more cloud but milder air. more cloud but milder air. day for scotland and northern ireland, no heavy bursts of rain. ireland, no heavy bursts of rain. sunny dots in the south, —6 or minus seven. —— sir lee starts. most places dry with sunny breaks. places dry with sunny breaks. milder air, 10—12d expected. air, 10—12d expected. wednesday, feeding in the atlantic air from the west.
air from the west. rushing towards england and wales by this stage. england and wales by this stage. ridge of high pressure keeping things dry. a touch of frost in the morning. morning. some sunny spells but clouding over in the west. clouding over in the west. see rain by the end of the afternoon. reakes in the cloud. is where we could see highs of around 12 or 13 degrees. around 12 or 13 degrees. —— rakes in the cloud. the cloud. we will continue with westerly winds as we go into friday. westerly winds as we go into friday. expect a bit more rain at times, too. too.
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