i'm annita mcveigh. good evening. this is bbc news with me, annita mcveigh. more respect from brussels in the brexit talks. theresa may's proposals work. but today the focus was saying his is the party of equality. on equality. gunmen have attacked a military parade in iran. at least 29 people have been killed, with dozens more injured. president rouhani has promised a "crushing response". to take over the sexual harassment has no place whatsoever in our movement. broadcaster. submit their final bids to take over the broadcaster. one half of the musical duo chas and dave, of the musical duo chas and dave — who has who has died. died at the age of 7a.
but he suggested, a deal was still possible. here's our political correspondent matt cole. international law, and international commerce, and national media! commerce, and national media! secretary david davis telling theresa may she has got it wrong. theresa may she has got it wrong. and she should seek a new way of leaving the eu. that we should only accept a clean and clear brexit. not some fudge, not some weak compromise. what i think chequers is. rely on for support? concessions from brussels.
behind her. has been covering it for us in bolton throughout the day. university of bolton stadium this afternoon. afternoon. pushing for china brack said that they voted for. they voted for. the town voted to leave in the eu referendum. referendum. the audience, i didn't think i was going to have to do this again. going to have to do this again. it was also a cross—party rally. was also a cross—party rally.
—— kate hoey, told the audience, no deal was no problem. deal was no problem. about the china brack said he wanted. wanted. five more rallies like this are planned from around the country. in it's handling of the uk's withdrawal from the eu. 0ur political correspondent vicki young reports from liverpool. stop bre so xit! stop brexit! a call from outside this conference that will be echoed by many inside. campaign for a new referendum. labour to step in. we have to respect the referendum result, that's democracy. i want a general election, i'd
rather have a general election. an option we'll consider. but i want a general election. over the last two years. to be a lively argument. i'm not sure about the idea of a second referendum. i think it's so unlikely that we'd get one. a referendum on the final deal. hundreds of thousands of vulnerable people in the country. because where we're going now is total chaos. for some, though, labour's brexit policy is unclear. what their view is. i certainly don't. these past few months. but it is going to have to come up with answers itself.
fear and chaos among the gunfire. have been in the parade, marching proudly. proudly. now, suddenly, they are under attack. attack. they are desperate to cover, scrambling to survive. scrambling to survive. whistled overhead, and there are dead and injured all around. dead and injured all around. terrified civilians run for their lives. the gunmen had attacked as officials would have been watching the parade. would have been watching the parade. anyone in this place filled with troops and spectators was at risk. troops and spectators was at risk. inevitably, there were women and children among the dead and injured.
but the security forces fought back, and four militants were killed. and four militants were killed. islamic state group has also claimed responsibility. responsibility. 0n the streets, there was anger. there was anger. parade, we realise there was a group wearing fake military clothing. wearing fake military clothing. and then fired on women and children. children. blindly, meaning they weren't taking targets, just firing. targets, just firing. said the gunmen had been harmed by a foreign regime and is us backers. foreign regime and is us backers. apparent reference to either israel or saudi arabia. or saudi arabia. but he produced no evidence of this. evidence of this.
tehran, passed off peacefully, watched by president hassan rouhani. watched by president hassan rouhani. crushing response to the attack in hawaz. in a dramatic end to a two—year £26bn takeover battle. from rupert muroch‘s fox and the us company comcast. a maximum of three rounds. to get to this point. it has been a long road. best part of a decade to get to this point. point.
at his british newspapers, the news of the world, derailed that. of the world, derailed that. have always been issues about murdoch's control of news media. murdoch's control of news media. has multiple papers in the uk, and also has sky, which has sky news. also has sky, which has sky news. sky news has been given guaranteed funding for a number of years. funding for a number of years. have been crossing the t‘s and dotting the is on a media front. dotting the is on a media front. a commentator ilias and this puts a sky news in a very good position. sky news in a very good position. customers here in the uk, people who have subscriptions? have subscriptions? probably a brilliant place to be working right now. working right now. funding, and an almost 10% increase in its budget guaranteed. in its budget guaranteed. funding, he would continue to make sure it would be funded.
sure it would be funded. great place to be at sky news for the next decade or so. the next decade or so. sky customers, there would probably be no change for them. be no change for them. you're not going to change a name like sky. going to change a name like sky. it is a fantastic brand. is a fantastic brand. pan—european, of course, germany, italy, as well as the uk. italy, as well as the uk. to buy docs, and comcast, which is where we are where we are right now. he was 7a. with hits such as rabbit. david sillito looks back at his life and music.
with your incessant talking... you're becoming a pest. rabbit, rabbit, rabbits... rabbit, rabbits... the age of punk and disco, chas and dave rather stood out. dave rather stood out. music was a unique mix of rock and roll with school cockney singalongs. roll with school cockney singalongs. no, you won't stop talking... why don't you give it a rescue rest? he had grown up in north london. mum made ends meet by playing the piano in local pubs. piano in local pubs. barry and the outlaws and head, hands and feet. hands and feet. what troubled him was the way he sang. sang. i then the ringing of dave, and i said, i have an idea. said, i have an idea. about things i know about and singing them in my own accent. gertcha!
of hit singles, tv appearances, and they fall from fashion. they fall from fashion. 20 years on, their career picked up again. again. this was no novelty act. was a talented musician, and songwriter. chas hodges, who's died at the age of 7a. the headlines on bbc news... meeting in salzburg. that his is a party of equality. duo chas and dave — has died at the age of 7a.
two days after it capsized on lake victoria in tanzania. the upturned vessel. more than 200 people are now known to have died in the accident. jessica parker has more. an anxious wait from the shore. relatives unable to hold back their tea rs. to attempt to bring more bodies to shore. the ferry capsized two days ago. and tipped when passengers moved from one side to the other. knocking from inside the vessel, rescuing an engineer. and is a serious condition.
and preparing them for burial. so all the necessary arrangements have been made. collecting their beloved ones ready for the burial ceremony. from the site of the accident, ahead of a burial tomorrow. once the rescue efforts to find any survivors has ended. jessica parker, bbc news. of the failed payday lender wonga, which has gone into administration. high rates of interest. to take on the loans.
close combat roles. so are the new tests any easier? our defence correspondent jonathan beale went to find out. 25kg over eight miles in under two hours. and they are meant to be harder, not easier. so, i'm about to have a go. 0h! the telegraph's beating me! after a firefight. piece of cake. what i've got here is a repeated lift—and—carry. to another site over a distance of 30 metres. run round the cone and back, placing it onto the platform safely. position to grab another
well done to him! london calling for more to be done to protect nature in the uk. caroline davies went along. met to start the people's march for wildlife. wildlife. in the media, and wildlifejust takes sideline. takes sideline. if we did do something about it, we have had it. have had it. enjoying seeing the wildlife, and we need to protect it. need to protect it. different wildlife organisations, from hedgerow to bat activists. from hedgerow to bat activists. campaign chris packham is one of those behind it. those behind it.
these things today, they would have an effect tomorrow. an effect tomorrow. these are the sort of thing is required. required. the moment secretary michael gove has the ideas put forward today. has the ideas put forward today. noise until they see the changes they want. and treat female employees. of sexual discrimination with a difference. helen briggs has more. the turn—of—the—century. women still can't vote, or as it turned out, train as a gardener. turned out, train as a gardener. been won, but never given, for one simple reason. the winner was a woman. woman. clearly a very determined young woman.
young woman. single—handedly has sent the rhs into a bit of a tailspin. into a bit of a tailspin. training scholarship, but never happened. happened. of william wilkes, the leader of the rhs. rhs. that a female might claim the scholarship. scholarship. chip, chip, chip, chipped away at the idea women can do these things. the idea women can do these things. and who knows where her career might have taken her? have taken her? a picture is starting to emerge of the mysterious miss harrison. the mysterious miss harrison.
gardening, from the names and orders of plants to growing fruit. of plants to growing fruit. hard to imagine women being excluded. —— student gardeners. makes me feel very frustrated and angry. angry. we still need to go further to make sure you're one is included. sure you're one is included. miss harrison paved the way for a new generation of gardeners. new generation of gardeners. the rhs wants to make sure her name is not forgotten. is not forgotten. family may have letters that can tell them more about her. tell them more about her. i would really love to know what happened next. did she carry on fighting? fighting? did she carry on into a career in horticulture? career in horticulture? and make a living that way? living that way? harrison, because she is clearly a character, and did she prevail? character, and did she prevail? and with your help, maybe they will finally solve the mystery. finally solve the mystery. hopefully they will find out some a nswers! now it's time for a look at the weather with ben rich.
hello there. decidedly cool weekend forjust about all of this. about all of this. for some, saturday has been cool and bright. saturday has been cool and bright. thicker cloud and some outbreaks of rain. rain. the satellite picture shows what's going on. what's going on. this wriggling stripe of cloud across the atlantic. stripe of cloud across the atlantic. been moving in today, and the other to come tomorrow. to come tomorrow. evening, will slowly but surely lose that rain from southern areas. that rain from southern areas. quite a chilly night, particularly across parts of scotland. across parts of scotland. colours and our temperature chart in the middle of glasgow and edinburgh. the middle of glasgow and edinburgh. the countryside, very close to freezing.
freezing. faster start the day tomorrow, particularly scotland. particularly scotland. that will have the driest and brightest areas. brightest areas. rain moves in, as we go through the morning. morning. start clearing away from the south—east corner. south—east corner. easily wins which could gust up to 40—50 mph. 40—50 mph. not as windy, and again, we see a mixture of sunshine and showers. mixture of sunshine and showers. showers could be the heavy side as well. well. catch a shower as well as in sunny spells. spells. temperatures are really struggling, 11—15 at best. struggling, 11—15 at best. somewhere where we will have something just a little bit warmer. something just a little bit warmer.