good morning. welcome to breakfast with charlie stayt and mega munchetty in westminster where boris johnson faces the political fight of his life. he has around 2a hours to persuade mps to back his new brexit deal agreed with eu leaders — and it won't be easy. asi as i have never tired of telling you, i don't think there is any case for delay. i think we should get on
and get it done. in order to avoid trying to get an extension he has been too eager by far to get a deal at any tom symonds, bbc cost. mps will hold a rare saturday news. sitting here to vote we are going to turn our attention on the deal — this morning we're at the heart of the debate to brexit in westminster this at the beginning of a crucial two morning. the prime days in british politics. minister says more than 700 people he's very confident his brexit deal are arrested across the uk in a week—long operation to tackle will be approved when it goes to a so—called county lines drugs gangs. vote in the commons tomorrow. sainsbury‘s bans fireworks. that is something labour leader the supermarket jeremy corbyn strongly disagrees with. becomes the first major retailer he says this deal is worse to stop selling them ahead of bonfire night. than the one presented by previous i'll be finding out what's pm, theresa may. behind the decision. let's discuss this with the shadow chancellor, the premier league steps john mcdonnell, whojoins up its campaign against racism us now from his home. thank you very much your time today. following the scenes in bulgaria on monday night, why are you with an increased presence of their zero—tolerance campaign against this deal? this because we won't weekend. vote for anything plus another day of rainbow spotting that makes our constituents and our country poorer, and by any across the uk with sunshine assessment, that's what this deal will do. it will introduce checks and showers the forecast but fewer and barriers at our showers the forecast but fewer showers into the weekend have border, and will tempered things and so us for the
also... it is worse than theresa details here may's deal because it on breakfast. removes the commitments she was willing it's friday the to offer 18th of october. about a level playing field to protect workers' rights, environmental standards and consumer welcome to a special edition of breakfast. rights. so it's a very bad deal and we're here in westminster, where the prime minister has around we just can't support it. 2a hours to sell his new brexit deal to mps. would any agreement have been good borisjohnson returned from brussels enough for last night after sealing you? an agreement with eu leaders. yes, you know, we his challenge now is to persuade at least 320 mps to back it were in negotiations with theresa may's in a crucial commons cabinet, and we also were discussing with the european union, and we set vote tomorrow. out a range of... 0ur political correspondent, a range of nick eardley has more. proposals... a we have new customs a deal. union, a many thought this simply close alignment with the single would not happen — boris johnson market, which would have avoided all these threats we have two our hand—in—hand economy but also maintain a level playing field with workers' rights with jean—claude and consumer and environmental standards. that's a we thought was a juncker, sensible deal that we could have put after signing off the brexit deal some to the british people and let them thought was impossible. this is a great deal decide, but theresa for our country, the uk. i also believe it is may couldn't deliver that and this deal is a very good deal for our actually worse, that's the worrying friends in the eu. and what it means is that we in problem. let me put some centreman to you, the uk can come out of the eu and this is from one of your own
as one united labourmps, and this is from one of your own labour mps, ronald campbell, quoting kingdom. it removes the from him when he spoke on controversial backstop newsnight yesterday. "yes i'm going to vote and replaces it with for the deal, the backstop has been new arrangements to avoid a hard dealt with, the big stumbling block border in ireland. with theresa may. i think this boris johnson still faces country is fed up with the way a massive battle to get that parliament has run deal through parliament. at the moment, he cannot be things. it's time assured of a majority who will back him in to get a deal the house of commons. and get it through". the next 2a hours will involve some i will have a chat with ronnie intense arm—twisting, because the backstop wasn't a big trying to persuade his own mps, issue for us. ronnie is a socialist labourmp and the independents and some issue for us. ronnie is a socialist labour mp and the one thing he has stood up for all his life is the from the protection of workers' rights. opposition to this will undermine workers' rights get on board. in our country and i'm the prime minister runs a minority government here and, really worried people need to fully officially, every single opposition understand the implications of this party is opposed to his plan. crucially, the dup — deal. i'm sure when ronnie looks at who keep the tories in power — it, as he did with theresa are not getting on board. in order to avoid trying to get may's york, he himself sat down and an extension he has been too eager by far to get thought, "i can't vote for something a deal at any cost. that will reduce the working and the fact of the matter is had he held out and held his nerve standards. he's fought for he would working people all his life, as have all labourmps, andi have gotten people all his life, as have all labour mps, and i don't believe he will support a deal that will
better undermine basic trade union employment rights. concessions. you say we will chat with ronnie which kept the integrity campbell, i imagine you will chat economically and constitutionally of with many labour mps today, the uk. is there of the uk. a three line whip that will back not the pm will be back at his desk this supporting an agreement? morning to try and change minds, to convince everyone the chief whip decides with the in his own party that the former leader on the within, but i'm sure tory mps and some labour mps on this one there will be a who want to see brexit delivered. three line with and we expect labour mps if he can do that, maybe, just maybe his to look at the deal itself and when deal could get through parliament tomorrow. but it is going to they see the deal, we had the first be tight. so just how tight analysis of it and, as i say, it's is it going to be? worth and theresa may's and labour let's take a detailed mps worth and theresa may's and labour m ps voted look at the numbers. worth and theresa may's and labour in total he has to get 320 mps voted against theresa may's deal consistently and that's what they'll votes in the house of commons — do on this occasion. if everyone turns up. i don't think there are currently 287 conservative mps. we can stand by and allow ideal to the first thing the prime minister ta ke we can stand by and allow ideal to take place that will make our will be looking to do is make sure country poorer. just talking about the whip, what none of happens if any labour mp defies them rebel. the whip? thank goodness that's up to the then, if the dup won't support him, chief whip and not me! he'll need the backing well, you have some influence over that i'm sure. of former conservative mps who are currently independent. you know, you could there are 23 of them — potentially be looking at the latest it's thought most will support the deal. numbers of 19 labour mps potentially
supporting this agreement. are you but that's still not quite enough — prepared to lose them and expel them he also needs the backing of some from the labourmps and ex—labour party? independents. this still leaves the well, do you know overall vote very close. what, i've got we're joined now by our political enough on my plate being the shadow correspondent, iain watson. chancellor rather than being the chief whip, thank you! i will leave good morning. this is it to them! in all fairness to a numbers game individual mps, they will look at this deal and i think they will see now and through. we it is just not supported. you can't were told that be in it is just not supported. you can't beina it is just not supported. you can't be in a situation where borisjohnson was coming back from you vote for brussels to westminster is going something and then in 12—18 to undertake a charm offensive but i months you're finding your constituents are think it will have to be more losing theirjobs, their wages or offensive than charming and their working conditions are some cases because in trying to corral being undermined and your constituents, some of the people in his own for example, are having their side consumer standards and environmental to back this deal, these are standards undermined. no—one can long—standing brexiteers and we know support that. that northern ireland you on side and they may be tempted to vote what is the alternative, no—deal? that would be no good for anyone, against. they will need to be with would it? being chucked out of the party they do so. other side of the the alternative is equation as a sensible deal you are pointing out negotiated, that's what we did is that he has with to try labour and from what theresa may's cabinet and the european union previously and then i hear, you put that to the people and let the number of labour mps willing the people decide. it's three years
to support him is relatively now, let the people have a sensible leave option but also the option to low. 27 remain as well and let the people and ten, because they are worried have the final say. i think that's about a lack what the majority of people now of right so want. at the moment we've heard those issues will have to be tight on from eu leaders saying that, "look, this is social media there is a catalysing the best deal there is on ci’oss social media there is a catalysing cross that you have ten mps on the table". what makes you think you can one side and you could end up negotiate anything different? they potentially with a dead seem satisfied with this deal with heat tomorrow be hugely but i very little room, if any, to believe he has fallen short of getting a deal manoeuvre. and he will have a lot it's interesting because when we of and we are we re it's interesting because when we were in talks with theresa may, facing the most dramatic day obviously we were then i have seen yet tomorrow because the stakes sounding out michel barnier and others about the are high and the numbers range of options that were available are close. we will be watching closely. thank for us and we put forward, you very much. for example, a new customs union, close in other news: alignment with the turkey has agreed to a 5—day ceasefire in northern syria to let kurdish—led forces withdraw. single market, dynamic alignment in the future with the pause in hostilities was announced regard to employment and consumer and environmental rights, after talks in ankara between the turkish president and the us vice president, and we mike pence. rich preston we re and environmental rights, and we were receiving positive noises that has more. that could be the form of the deal and those pillars could be the basis
for days, turkey has been bombarding ofa and those pillars could be the basis of a sensible deal again that we kurdish posts in northern syria could put back to the people for the with heavy artillery people to decide. so there was that opportunity and i think there still fire. now, some respite from is. but we can't support something the bombing and gunfire. that will undermine the living standards of our people. no sensible america's vice president and secretary of state arrived mp would allow that in ankara to happen. for talks. i think what's become clear looking at boris johnson's after five hours of discussion i think what's become clear looking at borisjohnson's statement i think what's become clear looking with the turkish president, at boris johnson's statement about the deal is there is clearly the deal electioneering happening. an electioneering happening. an election campaign is under way. if was agreed. and when we get to that point of a general election, there's been a lot turkey will pause its military of noise about whetherjeremy corbyn operations for 120 hours to give is the man capable of leading kurdish fighters the labour party to victory in a general a chance to election. at what point will you be retreat. willing to accept he isn't the man turkey wants the fighters to push to do away from the borders where it considers them a threat. that? but the ef, made up mainly of to do that? of because he's the man to do that! of kurdish fighters, he's exactly the sort of leader that considers we wa nt he's exactly the sort of leader that we want —— of course he's the man to do that! we need a leader this who is not its basically selling our country out, because that's what borisjohnson territory. has just because that's what borisjohnson hasjust done. he's because that's what borisjohnson it says it will not has just done. he's gone to europe and sold us out, our living leave. 300,000 people, mostly civilians, standards, jobs and, yes, have been displaced from the area and there are fears that this pause he has in hostilities will do nothing sold out the to help that.
president trump's withdrawal of us dup by the troops was condemned across the american political looks of it spectrum with many of them accusing him of abandoning us allies too! we want a prime minister who but mr trump has praised the amazing will bring the country back outcome saying it will together, who is honest, straight save millions of lives. talking and will build consensus in but there are doubts over our country. the country is divided whether the agreement drawn up and that's why you need a new type in ankara over the last 2a of leader likejeremyjeremy hours is workable at all. neither the kurdish leadership and that's why you need a new type of leader like jeremyjeremy corbyn who can bring the country together, nor other key groups, he's the leader we want and such as syrian or russian governments, when we were involved get the opportunity for a general in the talks. police have arrested more than 700 election i believe people will elect people during a week—long him. operation to tackle so—called what do you make of reports that you are the man pulling the strings at county lines drugs gangs the party at the moment and jeremy corbyn hasn't got your support at across the uk. in total, drugs with the moment, all confidence, a street value of around £a00,000 were also seized. as a here's our home affairs successful, strong leader of the labour party? —— correspondent, tom symonds. across the country, police forces or confidence. urban and rural have been working what happens is the right wing together to media, the right—wing press, they do move in this every autumn, it is a hardy on the county perennial, they try to divide us and have spurious stories like this and lines drug gangs. on one occasion you might remember this was a in one week they said i was joint organising a coup and at west midlands—west mercia the same operation. timei organising a coup and at the same time i was holding jeremy corbyn suspected dealers from birmingham hostage and not allowing him to involved in the supply resign! it is farcical, and i say to all those right—wing journalists and of drugs
editors and others, you to worcestershire. will never 0perations like this take enormous divide us and you resources in cooperation, will never split us! we work as a team and that's the but it seems to whole of the shadow cabinet, and we be working. campaign asa in the week—long push, whole of the shadow cabinet, and we campaign as a team, so these ludicrous stories will never work 743 people were arrested, whatsoever! more than £a20,000 worth jeremy corbyn is... i of drugs were seized think he's the best prime minister we could and 49 phone lines used possibly have, and he's exactly what for deals were disrupted. we wa nt possibly have, and he's exactly what we want for the future. the police say there will be more to come. john mcdonnell, shadow chancellor, thanks very much portal into us on we know more than we have ever known brea kfast thanks very much portal into us on about the gangs and those people breakfast this morning. who get exploited as part of county ware at westminster this morning lines activity because we have real looking ahead to events tomorrow, close co—ordination that all—importa nt vote now between different forces up and down the looking ahead to events tomorrow, that all—important vote following events in brussels last night. country. just as the police have changed their tactics, in 15 it's likely the or 20 minutes we will speak to the foreign secretary, dominic raab, on gangs will too. what will happen next. you be making your predictions about they've shown they're prepared to protect their trade — the weather, you think it will be worth £500 million a year — sunny here? and they seem to be here to stay. tom symonds, bbc you watch it unfold down here, news. there's a bit of light in the sky, we'll be back in a moment, as you can see. sort of brightening but first let's go back up. there was torrential rain in to the studio london last night, some people will for some business have experienced it, but matt can
give us the picture nationwide? news. fireworks night is a couple of weeks good morning. away but not everyone will find them easy to purchase them this time. sunshine developing their that is right. that is through certainly the the morning, as all of us will, but case of ura wherever you are, just about shopper at the wherever, be prepared, more downpours around and the odd supermarket sainsbury on the first thunderstorm. low pressure in charge large retailer to ban the sale of with a big bubbling pot of shower firework. clouds, here it is. the clouds most shops only stock fireworks from october until the end revolving round through of the year but sainsbury‘s has now this morning. that will nudge its way banned their sale all year round in order to prevent burn east through the day, so injuries and to protect pets, older people and veterans. shower is a lwa ys east through the day, so shower is 0ther supermarkets, including tesco and asda, always close and this is the say they won't be following downpour picture suit. overnight. more the mobile provider three says it has now restored network coverage thunderstorms into to the majority of its customers. the company says it those west and is aware south—west, some clearing from of some people who are still experiencing issues making calls, north—east scotland but northern england, east of the pennines, west sending texts and yorkshire north into south—east accessing data services. scotla nd yorkshire north into south—east scotland is where we see the most persistent rain through the morning they have apologised rush—hour and elsewhere it will be for the problems and asked people intermingled, sunshine with some to turn their showers. dry spots will be western scotland, parts of northern ireland phones off and on as and later into northern england. the it may challenges keep going in the resolve the problem. the issue appears to have started wales area and south—west after some maintenance work.
and what do you make of england. a0—50 this — mph gusts in the coast of southern stopping employees from england and south wales. the using their work e—mail after hours winds will be lighter the further north we could do more harm 90, will be lighter the further north we go, better than this morning in northern england. some showers in than good. companies are increasingly trying to curb e—mail use once northern ireland and western the work day is over, scotla nd northern ireland and western scotland but the far north but now researchers of doing from the university of sussex say it 0k. 0nce scotland but the far north of doing 0k. once the rain sets in two the could stop workers from meeting their targets central belt, it and then end up causing extra stress. could persist for they say a total ban could be some of the particularly harmful for staff afternoon and a with high levels fairly cool day after a cool start. through of anxiety. the evening and overnight, some of john's here with the sport the evening and overnight, some of the downpours will continue, most persistent and frequent in parts of and the fallout from this week's eastern scotland. later may be into north—east england. football racism row is still continuing, isn't it, john? another chilly and with the next night with temperatures down into single figures widely but the round of premier breeze. it from falling enough to league matches it is inevitable that get a frost, but a we see them make a stand against cool start to the racism. weekend. 0verall, fewer showers the premier league will step up the fight against racism around but a chilly a breeze, so you following events in might swap the waterproof for a bulgaria on monday night. warmer jacket after the abusive chanting might swap the waterproof for a warmerjacket through might swap the waterproof for a of england players in sofia, warmer jacket through this the no room for racism campaign might swap the waterproof for a warmerjacket through this weekend. will take extra prominence the wetter weather on saturday most at stadiums likely in southern, south—east scotla nd likely in southern, south—east scotland and the far north of this weekend. england with a few showers elsewhere, more in northern scotland
wales will be at full strength compared to the past few for their quarter—final at the rugby days. more sunshine to the south compared to world cup, with dan biggar being passed fit to play against france on sunday, what we've seen and the winds will as they name the same be easing here, stronger winds side that beat australia. andy murray's further north making for a cool comeback continues. day the former world number one and a strong northerly winds will is through to the quarter—finals continue into sunday. of the european 0utbreaks 0pen. and a strong northerly winds will continue into sunday. outbreaks of and there's more success for team gb rain in south—east scotland and the at the european track far north of england, but elsewhere, cycling championships, as they win fewer showers with many staying dry gold in but on the chilly side, and that the women's team chilly but dry weather will continue into next week. back to naga and pursuit. charlie. i think we can now find out how the weather is shaping up matt. good matt, thanks very much! extinction rebellion climate morning to you both. as protestors will be taking part in a final day of demonstrations far as the weather across london today. is concerned it is another one of it comes after violent clashes at stratford, canning town and shadwell tube those days when rain will feature stations yesterday. for many of you in the form of british transport police say eight people have been arrested. showers with sunshine in between. tim muffett when the showers come they could be ona when the showers come they could be has more. on a heavy infantry side to if you we re on a heavy infantry side to if you were here yesterday i was talking of the low pressure to the west of extinction! ireland that has been moving in. and more than 1700 see those clouds revolving around the area of pressure and they will arrests. roads blocked. airports, continue to revolve around and affect many of us as we go through businesses... how today. likely downpours through the long are you standing up therefor night with thunderstorms
because i got to go to work? how spinning long? even to across the south—east and showers and thunderstorms spinning back into wales in the south—east more trains targeted. persistent rain to start the day for the past two weeks, life in across parts of the far london has been north of england. north yorkshire northwards, disrupted. andjill spreading into south—east scotland through the day. a scott hawks is few spots will delighted. so two weeks of protests, what have stay dry, west of scotland, not too they actually achieved? yellow bad a northern ireland brightening what up bad a northern ireland brightening up in northern england later but the we've seen this week is an incredible outpouring of sacrifice showers will become frequent and less frequent through the day from ordinary people, so we've had doctors, climate where we will see some of the windiest scientists, nurses, conditions across wales over the channel over towards the hairdressers, electricians, giving bristol up hairdressers, electricians, giving up theirtime and hairdressers, electricians, giving channel over towards the bristol channel and some of those shall come up their time and sacrificing their liberty getting arrested because with thunder. has a little this caused s0 serious and this is dry on unprecedented in british history eastern part and certainly in the where people are saying enough north compared to this morning it is will be a little enough. disruption to commuters, criminal brighter. showers damage and police brought in we re will be a little brighter. showers were northern ireland, persistent rain this afternoon could be through the central belt of scotland with from other parts of the country not doing not a lot of wind here. the duties they should be doing, to the showers trainsjumped the duties they should be doing, to will sit with you for a fair amount trains jumped on. how the duties they should be doing, to trainsjumped on. how does the duties they should be doing, to trains jumped on. how does that bring about zero carbon emissions? of time. the far north of scotland business as we know it and the has another bright spot today. functioning of our economy allowed through today after a by the government is driving us and cold day, our children chilly night the temperature is not dropping as low as towards death
recent leak. when and you're picking up to the north but extinction possibly, we need to disrupt business as usual and right further showers around particularly to scotland and ireland and the far now protesters have been ignored for north of england. temperatures into so long they will do anything the start of the weekend down possible to sound the fire alarm. into single figures so it will be a but a tube train is a very chilly start to the weekend for friendly way environmentally to travel, rather than a car, many but if anything if you have plans why target that? this weekend, fewer showers we are using non—violent around just put on a slightly warmerjacket disobedience, like martin luther asa just put on a slightly warmerjacket as a chilly breeze king and gandhi, this isn't about develops. 0n disrupting carbon emissions but saturday, windy and coolest across business as usual, everyday life the northern half of scotland. the persistent rain we saw in the south and the economy to force the government and the northern ireland could push to ta ke the economy to force the government further southwards to take action. 0ver to take action. over the past fortnight, the into northern protests have been widely condemned. but you're not doing any good for england and a brighter day across southern counties in brightening up your own cause. across the rest of scotland later if you're going to protest, you want the support of the and northern ireland, after the cloudy and damp start. people. can't really win the support of the temperatures squeezing into double figures and that call deliveries will push down people by disrupting theirjourneys. to many other areas they should get out of into sunday. the way! they latest when south— eight, dry should get lost! they should go and with find something better to do. lots of cloud around, fewer showers on sunday. whether wa nt find something better to do. want this protest group are doing is spots are the unlawful. it is causing misery to thousands of people. south—east scotland and north—east england, temperatures in aberdeen only around nine degrees. and some you've made your point, 0k...
of you into half—time thousands of people. you've made your point, ok... do you think some people have been put off this weekend your argument because you've taken and into the start of next week, such extreme measures? there is some good news in the it's possible, absolutely. as forecasted high pressure will push into the start, was dry and cool a movement we will go through a to start the week. morning process of reflection, learning mist and fog but if you are heading and listening to the off to eastern spain, take some waterproofs public. earlier this week, police moved with you because there could be a protesters from trafalgar square after new restrictions were lot of storming for the first half announced under the of the week. you have been public order warned. in the uk as i said, into the start act, measures extinction rebellion are challenging in the high court. of next week, fewer showers around. it some of the celebrities who have backed you and the people who have will taken part in these protests, i stand here warned, there's a level of hypocrisy with people flying and driving and matt. istand here warned, matt. intense thunderstorms across london last you wa nt zero people flying and driving and you night, will that be typical for the want zero carbon emissions, how does next few days? that work? we are hypocrites and celebrities are and the reason is we are stuck typicalfor next few days? typical for today, but next few days? typicalfor today, but in next few days? typical for today, but in the south—east you have lost the worst ina are and the reason is we are stuck in a toxic economy at the moment. of it, but around the roads, big 0ur in a toxic economy at the moment. our very way of light is incredibly fragile right now and if puddles, so take it easy. we waited thanks, matt! until we were perfect and went we are hypocrites, that fragile spending the wildlife would have collapsed and. morning at westminster after events will you do it in brussels last night. again? the government hasn't come there's a deal but what will happen when it comes before parliament into the
tomorrow? table so we will wait until they let's take a look at have to protect us from this crisis by taking measures to today's papers. let's see what they're making of stop this what has happened so far. the guardian says it phase of protests might be coming to all comes down to a numbers game an end, but extinction rebellion on whether borisjohnson can expect to be back. tim muffett, convince parliament to pass his deal, but the arithmetic looks daunting for the pm, the paper adds. bbc news. the daily telegraph says the prime minister will give mps of course there will be coverage a "my deal or no—deal" ultimatum across the bbc of those protests and ahea of tomorrow's vote and carries demonstrations across the country a photograph of borisjohnson throughout the day. surrounded by eu leaders in we are at westminster, as you can brussels see, this morning. yesterday. time now to get the news, travel and weather where you are. the sun hails the brexit agreement as a "miracle" good morning from bbc london. and urges "dithering i'm victoria hollins. mps" to "take the deal!" london conservative mp a "desperate fight" mark field has announced and an "uphill struggle" he won't stand at the next general is how the election, blaming what he says is a deeply divisive daily mirror describes political atmosphere. mr field, who's held mrjohnson's bid to get the seat of the cities of london enough mps to back him. the paper also carries a picture of the duchess of cambridge and westminster during a visit to a children's hospital as part of the royal since 2001, said tensions over tour of pakistan. brexit would define domestic politics for years to come. the mp caused controversy in the summer after frogmarching a protester at what we need the chancellor's mansion house
to do today is bring speech. the tech industry's warning clarity to you about the numbers game, of course, and of course what of a loss of talent from the capital is actually in the deal. the after brexit. start—ups in east london, parliamentary maths. where may tech firms newsnight‘s james clayton has are based, are reporting skilled people from the industry more. the first thing to remember are leaving, with many companies choosing to expand their teams in europe. about language learning app lingvist has this deal is that it's mostly theresa may's. that halved the number of staff in its means that boris london office. johnson's deal still commits the uk toa johnson's deal still commits the uk to a £39 billion payment the so far, the uk—based start—ups, eu. it they have the eu market, will continue to abide with eu rules which until the end of 2020, and the is rights of eu citizens living in the fantastic. uk will also be guaranteed. so what's changed ? now it might be that they are forced uk will also be guaranteed. to look outside of the uk, so what's changed? the differences are focused around northern like today, looking at continental europe or the us ireland, and this is good, this increases are focused around northern ireland, a hybrid arrangement that leaves it the competitiveness, so i see some positive aspects in the uk customs territory but in in this one as well. aid of facto custom more than 200 bars and restaurants in the city of london have signed up zone. in practice, this means goods entering to a listings service showing venues northern ireland from mainland uk with low or non—alcoholic drinks. would pay no tariffs as long as they the guide claims to be the first venture of its kind weren't at risk of going into the in the uk and aims to help those republic of ireland. a looking to cut down on booze. joint weren't at risk of going into the republic of ireland. ajoint eu —— the team behind it say the ambition uk committee will be set up to is to make the square mile decide exactly which goods that will a mindful apply to. crucially, that
drinking place. would mean some customs checks in the irish sea. the arrangement will also be let's take a look at the travel situation now. subject to a stormont 0n the tube, thejubilee line has no service between neasden lock, a and waterloo after engineering consent mechanism that would allow faults were found on some trains. and london 0verground, northern ireland's assembly to no service between gospel 0ak either back or get rid of the and upper holloway following arrangements every four years. a points failure at gospel 0ak. the 0n the roads, dup has rejected this deal because there are long northbound delays it believes it puts an unacceptable on the aa06 north circular through barking following customs divide that we northern an accident on the slip road ireland and the rest of the uk, and from the barking roundabout. tailbacks are back to the they don't think the consent mechanism gives them enough a13 at the beckton say. but will this actually get through roundabout. parliament? well, that looks now the weather tough. borisjohnson with kate kinsella. parliament? well, that looks tough. boris johnson needs parliament? well, that looks tough. borisjohnson needs 320 mps to vote good for a deal. morning. let's assume he can get all of his own party plus all of the we've had some heavy showers independents to support overnight, rumbles of thunder, flashes of lightning the and they're likely to continue conservatives, plus labour mps through the course of today as well. heavy showers, sunny spells who previously voted for may's deal, if between them, however. the prime minister way to get all of though, like i said, you might get a rumble of thunder them and the dup, he'd just about and see some flashes of lightning have a majority but the dup has said on the heaviest showers, they won't back it, so on these but you'll get clearer spells, so sunshine bursting through. assumptions the pm still doesn't have the numbers. he the showers continue through the afternoon, blowing through on quite a brisk simply has to south—westerly wind and quite convince more labour or other opposition mps to a gusty wind actually, a0—a5mph gusts potentially
and temperatures today vote for it. between 12 and 1a celsius, so feeling soa so a numbers game, i wonder how many times we are going to hit that this a little morning? —— here that. bit cooler. as we speak, borisjohnson is working behind closed doors, 0vernight, we still have the risk of some showers, but they'll become hoping to convince mps to back his brexit deal fewer and further between. in a commons vote tomorrow. if you get one, though, here to tell us what could be quite heavy. could happen next, clearer spells towards dawn, we have maddy thimont—jack and the wind that little bit from the institute for government, lighter. and political pollsterjoe twyman. good morning to you both. after minimum temperature between 8—10 degrees celsius. those momentous scenes yesterday in into saturday, looking like a drier day, always the risk of a shower brussels, what happens next but largely dry, sunshine here? so, the chancellor has and temperature at 15 celsius, still quite breezy. to bring back similar conditions for sunday — largely dry but again the risk the deal to parliament and get a of a majority of mps to approve it. as you just heard, the shower. i'm back with the latest from the bbc london newsroom numbers are in half an hour. really, really challenging so he plenty more on our website will be holding a meaningful vote on at the usual address. saturday. if he passes the bye for now. meaningful vote, it's not the end of the process. next he has to bring in the process. next he has to bring in the withdrawal agreement bill, the domestic legislation needed to hello this is breakfast implement the deal, and he has to with charlie stayt and naga get mps to continue to munchetty. back the here's a summary of implementation of the deal and we know that bill is going to be long,
this morning's complex and controversial. it's not main stories from the final step but if he doesn't bbc news. get the final step but if he doesn't get the bill in place by the 30,000 we're here in westminster, where the prime minister has around 2a hours to sell his of 0ctober, the bill in place by the 30,000 of new brexit deal to mps. october, the uk boris johnson returned from brussels last night could still leave after sealing an agreement with eu without a deal, that's a really important part of all this. how does that play in terms of time? leaders. -- sist how does that play in terms of time? —— 31st of october. his challenge now is to persuade what is the time period? the at least 320 mps to back it government controls the agenda in in a crucial commons vote the commons, they can rush legislation through very quickly and tomorrow. he says he is "very confident" — we saw backbenchers do that in but his opponents have insisted september and they passed the he can't be sure of victory. so—called benn act. that will let's speak to the foreign secretary, be dominic raab, whojoins us now highly controversial because the bill will be long and it will give from our westminster ministers extensive powers to make financial papers no payments to the studio. good uk and will include whatever powers from our westminster studio. morning to you and i for good morning to you and thank you for your time this morning to ministers need to we implement whatever have been here before where we have had a deal with the eu but replaces the northern ireland the commons away. what is protocol, the backstop, so it different this will be controversial and there won't be time? it is a win, much time and it will still need to win, win deal. it go to the house of lords and the is good for the uk, letting us take government doesn't control the agenda there in the same way so they back control of our laws border need peers to play ball and get the and legislation through quickly. money. we have removed joe, there's a conjuring process in this
undemocratic backstop and transition toa terms of the timing, isn't there? undemocratic backstop and transition to a best in class who decides what and trade deal and it when? that's right, and in a sense this is isa to a best in class trade deal and it is a cracking dealfor northern ireland because not only are they a series of hurdles that boris being out of johnson has to pass in order to get uk customs territory to the finishing line. but they have frictionless access to we assume on the 315t of october, but perhaps the single market and we have this later. as maddy talked about, the consent mechanism which means that first of those hurdles are a series of hurdles in parliament but every four years, on a majority in after that he ultimately has to convince the northern ireland assembly, they will make sure they consent the public and that's really what this is all about. he has to to being bound by the agri— food and convince them that this deal is industrialised goods that allow that right for britain and good to happen. and i think it for is a good britain, and crucially that this dealfor the eu. we have deal represents a fair reflection an of opportunity now to get the exit the referendum result. in other words, that it's a real delivered, faithful to the referendum, and move on. as a brexit. yes, he is overcome the early hurdles he government we can then lift the has to do with the european union, clouds of brexit as a country and talk about the other things that i but it's unclear whether he will clear the hurdles with believe your viewers want to see us parliament. address such as more police on the if he gets through that he streets and levelling up will actually be in a strong position when it comes to public opinion education funding, expanding broadband for the because if he gets the deal through economy. this is an opportunity to parliament, he will almost certainly ta ke economy. this is an opportunity to take britain forward. the reality receive a boost at least of in the the vote in the commons remains. to short—term from that, and if he doesn't, then only around one in describe it as a win,
seven leave voters is win, win. the likely to dup would describe it blame him for the as lose, lose, situation anyway. lose. have you given in other cases they will blame up on other people, so it will probably be ok persuading the dup to vote with the but that's only in the short—term. government? we have not given up the key question is, longer term on will all this discussion be a our dup friends. our responsibility is to set out the deal talking point or will it and argue for be a its merits and benefit in turning point in relation his electoral to northern ireland, as fortunes? electoral fortunes are what i want i said, it to pick up on because when you look is to make sure, and this was at what he released on twitter in a key his speech about this, he brought aspect for us and something the eu compromised on and i wish in education and police spending stop he is to recognise that, that northern obviously electioneering. ireland stay within the uk customs territory but at the same time we it's been an election campaign since he took over but it's not official sought to yet. he's talked secure full about... he's been frictionless access to there will be no emphasising again and again how it isa emphasising again and again how it is a choice between his deal or a infrastructure of the border and we jeremy corbyn government. he secured, it was not there last time, will be a consent mechanism, notjust wanting to place everything in those terms in the one but every four years to make sure that the parties of northern hope that there ireland, by a majority, agreed to will be stay in the arrangement with conservative voters or potential annette. i want to ask conservative voters or potential
conservative voters or potential conservative voters nationwide who will be willing to hold their you about the nose vote tomorrow and the extent relu cta ntly, will be willing to hold their nose reluctantly, even bitterly, and vote for him despite their views on brexit in order to avoid a jeremy to which you are trying to persuade the corbyn government. labour mps who may be minded on maddie, bring us back to today and this occasion that they can vote with the tomorrow and that vote, government. i presume you are making because no matter how bold... we're going to effo rts government. i presume you are making efforts to approach speak to dominic those people? raab later this what figures do you have as it morning... they will be stands this morning? i'm emboldened not sure i by not just the morning... they will be emboldened by notjust the pictures we've seen out of brussels, the camaraderie and will divulge figures the sense that something has been on bbc achieved and is finalised. its brea kfast will divulge figures on bbc breakfast but of course we need to not final until the vote tomorrow and get the house of commons to come we're going to say a lot this together from all parties and, morning, the vote is indeed, the country to come very, very together. so we make the argument, tight. it's only right particularly to the mps who we talk about are what if, what if the vote doesn't go worried about no deal that this is an opportunity to get a deal and a with boris johnson? that's exactly right and with boris johnson? that's exactly deal that is faithful to the rightandi with boris johnson? that's exactly right and i think no—one can predict what will happen. it is likely to be referendum. i think there will be a few votes either way. people listening to that and believe this is a moment to focus if the deal is rejected, the government has also minds. we have a good deal, it dealt with the tabled a motion lion share of the concerns that that says mps people like i had about the last would deal and it is an for us to be in favour of a no—deal brexit, move forward. and for those who are that's in line with the benn act, worried about the risk of no deal,
the legislation passed in september trying to stop a no—deal so it's this should focus minds because we likely they would move that motion to try to get a majority in the have a chance now to get house of commons or leaving without brexit done a deal. we know there's not a with a deal and allow the country to majority in the house of commons to move forward. a do that but they will try little confused to do what they can under the benn act to not about why you are still talking asked for an extension. if mps about why you are still talking about no deal. that cannot happen reject a deal and reject no—deal, because your government has said they will comply the government will be obliged to seek an with ben act. exception —— you're not too confused. i think you know the prime minister has been extension of quite clear that we leave at the end of october. we also heard article 50 but it's up to the eu 27 from to agree that and they might propose brussels people saying, as a matter an alternative date. to be clear, of fa ct, that will play out on saturday and brussels people saying, as a matter of fact, that there will not be any more delays nor we will know by the end of the day whether that letter will extensions. it is decision time is of be sent? that's right, and the government has the point i will said, and it's worth mentioning this, they have told the scottish gently make is for those who have courts they will send that letter so been arguing above all to avoid a no i think that will happen. the question is what's happening with deal scenario this should mind with the extension, what annette because the best will happen with way to do the extension, what will happen with that, and to give effect to the the extension? we've now referendum, is to support this got a deal deal. donald tusk has not said there with the eu, it's not about trying cannot be a to negotiate something different and johnson is happy with what he's further extension. it
negotiated so it comes back to whether we are using that time to seems that borisjohnson, have a general election. in that the situation, the government needs the position he's taking is that somehow support of opposition mps to take us the eu has said they cannot be an into an election. we extension. but that is not saw in september he tried twice to get true.|j am listening to whatjean—claude a juncker said in the majority in the house of commons, a two—thirds majority, in favour of an wider mood music early election and it's likely he coming from others to will try that again and it's worth we often find adding on monday and this, there are nuanced tuesday we are having votes on the queen's speech, or different views depending on who you speak to. the government programme for the parliamentary session and there's that there is a sense, a questions about what happens if he can't pass that. there's lots going palpable sense of the channel in on. what we haven't spoken about is the uk now the potential for a second referendum, of haggling. there the snp is three years is tabling of been spent going over it an amendment all prime for minister. even his a second referendum, what's the critics would have to concede to feedback on that? there's a suggestion the second change that allow referendum would be very close if it took place, but there's no the shot and the best shot of particular decision on what question would be asked in getting to the house of that referendum. commons our would you simply repeat the job now is to point out why this is question? that probably wouldn't make much sense. would you offer a good dealfor the uk borisjohnson's deal and the terms and that i describe, guarantee make much sense. would you offer boris johnson's deal and remain make much sense. would you offer borisjohnson's deal and remain as make much sense. would you offer boris johnson's deal and remain as a
simple one to option, or offer boris trade, allowing a continue security johnson's deal, no—deal cooperation is a country and and simple one to option, or offer boris johnson's deal, no—dealand remain as an option and if that all areas of operation we can still do without being bound happens what happens if remain gets 40% and the other two options by the legislative rules from the eu. . get 30%, is good news for the uk city and remain the winner in that situation? that makes things very difficult and those who wish to criticise or more confusing. it will all come out on to this deal will be holding saturday. that is the step beyond. thank britain that clear with a good list certainly you so much and good to see you this not clear with a good list certainly not clear that there will be any changes morning. now i know they it is 6:26am. we have said that only are coming to you through the deal and the leadership from westminster all morning trying of the prime minister has shown we to make sense of what happened after can get done and the country moving borisjohnson forward. i think that is a positive to make sense of what happened after boris johnson reached to make sense of what happened after borisjohnson reached a deal with eu thing for the country. leaders and now he's getting ready to put it to a special session of many people parliament on saturday. time now to get the news, are not vested in brexit but they travel and weather where think now is the time to get it done you are. and move forward. many people good morning from watching the programme this morning will justifiably ask bbc london. the vote does london conservative mp mark field has announced he won't stand at the next not doorway tomorrow, this is not general just conjecture, it is a real election, blaming what he says possibility. what will boris johnson is a deeply divisive ‘s government do? political atmosphere. mr field, who's held
the seat of the cities possibility. what will boris johnson 's government do? we are focused on of london and westminster the deal on saturday and all our since 2001, said tensions over effo rts brexit would define domestic the deal on saturday and all our efforts are going into that. the politics for prime minister has been clear, we years to are leaving at the end of october and the right way to do that with a come. the tech industry's warning deal and turn of a loss of talent from the capital after brexit. the page, notjust start—ups in east london, where many tech firms to are based, are reporting skilled give effect to the referendum, but people from the industry also to the page with the eu and are leaving, with many companies choosing to expand put their teams the rancour and business notjust at in europe. home but that has governed some of language learning app lingvist, the divorce negotiations, put that which has halved the number of staff to one side and turn the page and in its london office, and says businesses will have focus on the positive in terms of a to embrace global new relationship. that is markets a good after we leave thing for the country that the business will welcome. this is the eu. an so far, the uk based opportunity and we are absolutely focused on getting the deal through the house of start—ups, they have the eu market, which is commons on saturday. fantastic. now it might be that they and the approach to the tory rebels are forced to look who have lost the width, how will outside of the you approach them? those uk, like today, looking at continental europe or the us and decisions are for the chief wit but it is now this is good, this increases time to come together. that is true the on all sides of the party. and competitiveness, so i see some it is positive aspects in this one as true on all sides of the house of well. more than 200 bars and commons. basically, isay
restaurants in the city of london have signed up true on all sides of the house of commons. basically, i say that because that is what the to a listings service showing venues overwhelming majority of with low or non—alcoholic drinks. the guide claims to be voters, be the first venture of its kind they voted leave or remain, they in the uk and aims to help those wa nt to they voted leave or remain, they want to see it happen. the prime looking to cut down on booze minister has given us a chance now or avoid getting a sore head. to get that delivered faithful to the team behind it say the ambition is to make the square mile the referendum with the eu partners a mindful drinking place. and allow the country move on and i let's take a look at think we should all the travel situation now. grasp it. thank 0n the tube, thejubilee line has no you very much for your time this service between neasden and waterloo morning. it is getting a little due to a lack of rolling stock, noisy forest, there is with severe delays on the rest a styrene of the line. going by we will spend and london 0verground, no service between gospel 0ak and upper holloway following the morning a little noisy here for a points failure at our, there gospel 0ak. isa 0n the roads, westbound traffic on the a13 is building heading out a little noisy here for our, there is a siren going by but first, let's of talk about the ugly side of sport. dagenham is a siren going by but first, let's talk about the ugly side of sport] racism where we saw into scenes with fog barking. area and slightly odd picture, sorry about that! northbound traffic on the blackwall tunnel southern approach is slow england lost from the woolwich rd flyover. a now the weather. lot of effort also the best that the good morning. premier league is acting in the light of what we saw we've had happen on
heavy monday night. showers overnight, rumbles of thunder, flashes of lightning and they're likely to continue through the premier league will step they're likely to continue through the course of today as well. heavy up its efforts in the fight showers, sunny spells between them, against racism this weekend however. though, like i said, you with increased visibility of its no room for racism campaign, might geta following events in sofia this week. however. though, like i said, you might get a rumble of thunder and see flashes of lightning under fans will be told if you heaviest showers but you will get ‘see it, report it'. england's game with bulgaria clearer spells, so sunshine was stopped twice on monday night, bursting through. the showers continue aston villa defender tyrone mings one of the first to highlight through. the showers continue through the afternoon, the abuse on his debut. it doesn't surprise me how blowing he handled the whole situation through the afternoon, blowing through on quite a brisk south—westerly wind and quite a because he is articulate and intelligent and gusty wind, 40—45 mph gusts a very good human being. potentially and temperatures today i didn't think it was between 12 and 14 celsius, so the right thing to walk off feeling cooler. 0vernight we still but if one player thinks it is right have the risk of some showers but to walk off and i think they'll become fewer and further you will have between. if you get to stay together. one, though, there could be at the end of the day, quite heavy, clearer if they walk off the pitch then tyrone loses this debut spells towards dawn and the wind and the people who have scored that little bit lighter, minimum lose their goals and who temperature between 8—10dc. into saturday, looking like a drier day, is the winner in all of a lwa ys saturday, looking like a drier day, always the risk of a shower but largely dry, sunshine and that? temperature at 15 celsius, still quite breezy. similar conditions wales will be at full strength on sunday, largely dry but again the for their quarterfinal at the rugby world cup. risk of a shower. dan biggar‘s passed fit to play i'm back with the latest against france on sunday. from the bbc london newsroom he's recovered from a concussion
in half an hour. plenty more on our website which kept him out of their final at the usual address. group game. bye for now. it's the same team that beat australia, warren gatland says they've no reason to fear the french. we have had a great record against them over the last eight welcome to a special edition of breakfast. games and the one we lost we're here in westminster, was the 100 minute game in paris. where the prime minister has around 2a hours to sell his so in saying that they have always new brexit deal to mps. been close games but we will go borisjohnson returned from brussels in with a lot last night after sealing of belief an agreement with eu and self—confidence. leaders. his challenge now is to persuade ben youngs says the england at least 320 mps to back it team have no issue in a crucial with the decision to drop george ford and play 0wen farrell commons vote tomorrow. at fly—half for their he says he is "very confident" — quarter—final with australia. but his opponents have insisted that match will start the tournament's knockout phase off tomorrow he can't be sure of victory. how have people reacted to the deal in northern ireland? morning. 0ur correspondent chris page joins i have been lucky to play with both us of them and had a lot of game time now with both and they are both from outstanding playere. for me it does not make a difference. belfast. they are both... we are blessed to have two outstanding be chilly to good morning. to have a place fighting sense of the reaction? there is for no pa rt sense of the reaction? there is no part of the uk that will be that one more affected by brexit than northern position. ireland and of course it has been at the centre of so much in the brexit it brings out the best
in both of them. process because this is the only for me ijust need to make pa rt process because this is the only part of the country that has a land sure my service is good. andy murray's reached border with another the european 0pen quarter—finals after beating pablo cuevas. european state. he won in straight sets over so keeping that border open has been the eighth seed and will play a goal of all sites. there romania's marius copil in the last eight. has been so much disagreement on how to do it was another successful day that. now it looks like finally at the european track cycling championships for great britain. there is an agreement between the eu and the uk as to how you go about they added three more medals on day two with the team that. but it has left of laura kenny, katie archibald, northern neah evans and eleanor dickinson ireland politically as divided beating germany to win gold in the womens team pursuit. as ever. you have unionists the men then went on to extremely unhappy saying that in essence it win bronze in the same drives an economic wedge between event. northern ireland and the rest of the and that was after emily uk. biggest nelson, who had already claimed the gold in the womens scratch race on wednesday, party in took the silver medal, she just couldn't quoite pull past, northern ireland, the democratic unionist party, borisjohnson took the silver medal, ireland, the democratic unionist party, boris johnson parliamentary allies, he needs their votes but she just couldn't quite pull past, they say they will be voting against in a thrilling finish in the womens elimination race. they say they will be voting against the deal. is a ronnie 0'sullivan has been knocked borisjohnson should out of the english 0pen have held out for more concessions and he was too quick to settle. in crawley. 0ther and he was too quick to settle. other parties as well saying that the five times world in champion was beaten effect damaging the union between by china's mei northern ireland and the rest of the xiwen uk. national on the other hand are in a deciding giving it a guarded frame.
welcome. sinn he won't be too disappointed, fein saying in their highs there is he hasn't been the biggest fan of the venue, calling it nothing good about brexit but there a ‘hellhole' in the past. still is the still least worst he also said it had option. a mixed reaction a rather unique smell is less than complimentary from business. agri— food industry is a about that now to check in with big part of the the weather. northern ireland good morning to you. i think you economy stand to be the worst will know what is affected if there were any checks on the land border. they gave coming today and showers today leading to some it a guarded welcome saying it is rainbows across the country important that the deal is done and there is no disruption to trade across the border. 0thers hedging with downpours on the lively side due to bets saying they want to an error of low pressure spinning its way into the distal is see the detail and if the deal sticks this a tell—tale story. a time and what it really all means. 0n the whole there is a sense revolving area of however across northern ireland that cloud which continues to bring thunderstorms. thunderstorms may in the 3.5 have woken you years since the over the night referendum was passed, while there has been so much uncertainty and once towards the corner. all returning to worry there has also been the south—west at the moment and political system drain during rush hour instability, remembering there has not even been a devolved government this instalments the most of morning, the eastern side of the pennines pushing into south—east that time. auckland coming hours to there is weariness out there frankly that most people were saying between that will be sunshine and a pull start once again. let's get it done. however it has laid
bare once again the political a couple northern divisions in place ireland should cease and a deal to other day. although it has been signed, the debate is about to start. i know you is frequent sales in the south—west where there will be accompanied by mentioned this a moment ago, we're talking the numbers game here in strengthening wind. westminster. it is very important as we that the dup are saying that head they will against, not abstain, they will further north, the wind is lighter and after the rain this morning, a vote against. absolutely. better afternoon for much and i of northern england isolated showers in think the dup, there northern ireland in western scotland for scotland in central and is no turning in the next 24—hour. they have made southern areas with wind light, once clear that there are still breaches the resets in it could be with you for a theirfundamental clear that there are still breaches pa rt resets in it could be with you for a part of the afternoon making a their fundamental principles. being pleasa nt part of the afternoon making a pleasant journey home. part of the afternoon making a pleasantjourney home. just continue for the evening rush hour in politics is to protect union southern areas and showers for some around between the uk and northern ireland and they say that anything in terms the. in developing and a cornfield of the new brexit agreement to ta ke that will separate northern the. in developing and a cornfield to take this tomorrow across northern scotland, the breeze. frost from falling but it adds start to ireland economically and constitutionally from the rest of the uk will not be the weekend. and forecast it will be a cce pta ble from the rest of the uk will not be acceptable so they do not believe one that will this deal will work. thank you very much. be fewer showers in other news: turkey has agreed to a ceasefire around so if you do start your half in northern syria to let
kurdish—led forces term break, some positive news there but a chilly breeze with it. most noticeable wind in northern scotland withdraw. the pause in hostilities and ireland was announced after talks between the turkish president through the and the us vice president, mike pence. day. showers fighting for five days, and the us will help are plentiful in the finals but facilitate the withdrawal of troops from turkey's so—called elsewhere fewer showers around them we have seen over the last most "safe notably in southern parts of england zone" on its where we have a better day for you border. police have arrested more than 700 tomorrow and we should be light people during a week—long operation to the highest, for to tackle so—called county lines drugs gangs across the uk. dealers use mobile phones to make degrees all in sales outside of cities, all do, when across for south—east and children or vulnerable adults to deliver the drugs. scotla nd do, when across for south—east scotland and many other parts will in total, contraband with be dry. a a street value of around £400,000 little bit of was seized. scientists say they've developed sunshine coming through but, as i said, a a technique to help them spot big warm jacket rather than a waterproof groups of whales that have washed up one regarding this we can do many on the shore, from space. nickel thing continues into next they've been using satellites week. for half term, high—pressure to investigate the largest ever recorded stranding, involving 340 taking dominant for us so we start we try to morning mist frost and whales which washed up on the coast from the. if of chile four years ago. no—one fully understands why it you're heading part happens and previously it's taken several weeks of spain, take something waterproof because there is stormy weather on to find the way for the first half of them. the week. in fact we will be
so our programme this morning is doing better as far as dry weather is from westminster, looking ahead to concerned. and that's all, i will events today and tomorrow. a crucial hand you back 24—hour. john is in the studio with to westminster. all of this and more. good morning and thank you to you both. this is the the premier league will step view from above, up its efforts in the fight against racism this weekend. the sky there will be increased visibility looks really plain, what kind of of its no room for racism clouds are they? i thought this guy campaign at stadiums, urging fans — if you would have cleared after the storms. see it, report it. they are looking like alta stratus it follows racist chanting with a bit of strut 0ki millis in sofia earlier this week. england's match with bulgaria underneath. sunshine will come out was stopped twice and aston villa later —— the sky. defender tyrone mings one underneath. sunshine will come out later -- of the first to the sky. promise? promise. be targeted. —— strut it doesn't surprise me how he 0ki miller. handled the whole situation let's take a look at today's because he is articulate and intelligent papers, brexit again dominates and the front pages. a very good humid being. i did think the guardian says it all comes down to "a numbers game" it was the right thing to on whether borisjohnson can walk off but if one player thinks it is right convince parliament to pass his to walk off and i think you will deal, but "the arithmetic looks have to stay together. at the end of daunting" for the pm, the paper adds. the day, if they walk the daily telegraph says the prime off the pitch minister will give mps a "my deal then tyrone loses this debut and the people who have scored lose their or no deal" ultimatum ahead of tomorrow's vote and carries
goals and who is the winner in all of that? wales will be at full strength a photograph of borisjohnson for their quarter—final surrounded by eu leaders in brussels yesterday. at the rugby world cup. the sun hails the brexit dan biggar has been passed fit agreement as a "miracle" to play against france on sunday. and urges "dithering mps" to "take he's recovered from a concussion which kept him out of their final the deal!" group game against uruguay. a "desperate it's the same fight" and an "uphill struggle" is how the daily mirror describes team mrjohnson's bid to get that beat enough mps to back him. australia. the paper also carries a picture we have had a of the duchess of cambridge during a visit to a children's great record against hospital as part of the royal them over the last eight games on tour them over the last eight games on the one we lost was the 100 minute game in paris. of so in saying pakistan. that they have always been close reports of emergency landings or games aborted landings on the flight that but we will go in they took. let's get more detail now with a lot of on what's in the deal and the all important relief belief and self—confidence. parliamentary maths. ben youngs says the england team newsnight‘s james have no issue with the decision clayton has to drop george ford and play 0wen farrell at fly—half more. for their quarter—final with australia. that match will start the first thing to remember the tournament's knockout phase about this deal is that it's mostly off tomorrow theresa may's. that means that borisjohnson's deal still commits the uk morning. to a £39 billion payment the eu. i have been lucky to play with both it will continue to of them and had a lot of game time abide with eu rules until the end of 2020, with both and they are both and the rights of eu citizens living outstanding place. for me in the uk does not
make a difference. will also be they are both, guaranteed. we so what's changed ? are blessed to have two the differences are focused outstanding around northern ireland, place fighting for that one a sort of hybrid arrangement that position. it brings out the best in both of them. for me ijust need to leaves it in the uk customs make sure my services good. territory but in a de facto eu customs zone. andy murray has reached the european 0pen quarter—finals after beating pablo cuevas. in practice, this murray eased to victory means goods entering with straight—sets over northern ireland from mainland uk the eighth seed. would pay no tariffs as long the former world number one beat as they weren't at risk of going the uruguayan 6—4, 6—3. he'll play romania's marius copil into the republic of ireland. a joint eu—uk committee will be set in the last eight. up to decide exactly which goods it was another successful day that will at the european track cycling championships for great britain. they added three more medals on day two apply to. with the team of laura kenny, katie archibald, neah evans and eleanor dickinson crucially, that would mean some beating germany to win gold customs checks in the irish sea. in the womens team pursuit. the arrangement will also be the men then went on to win subject to a stormont lock, bronze in the same event. a consent mechanism that would and that was after emily nelson, allow northern ireland's assembly who had already claimed the gold in the women's scratch race to either back or get on wednesday, took the silver medal rid of the arrangements in a every four years. the dup has rejected this deal because it believes it puts an unacceptable thrilling finish customs divide between northern ireland and the rest of the uk, in the and they don't think the consent womens elimination mechanism gives race. them enough ronnie 0'sullivan has been knocked out of the english open in crawley. the five—time world champion say. but will this actually
was beaten by china's mei xiwen get through parliament? in a deciding frame in crawley. well, that looks tough. he might not be too disappointed, borisjohnson needs 320 mps to vote for a deal. though, as he he hasn't been let's assume he can get the biggest fan of the venue, all of his own party plus all of the independents calling it a hellhole in the past. to support the conservatives, now let's return plus labour mps to westminster who previously with naga voted for may's and charlie. thank you very much. deal — if the prime minister we are trying way to get all of them and the dup, he'd just to figure out what is going to about have a majority but the dup happen because in 2a hours the prime has said they won't back it, so on these minister will prepare to step into assumptions, the pm still the house of commons for a vote on doesn't have the numbers. this brexit deal. he needs at he simply has to convince more labour or other least opposition mps to vote 320 mp5 to this brexit deal. he needs at least 320 mps to sit at him. for it. one of those he is hoping to convince is so, lots more from westminster for this lib you this morning. dem. chuka umunna, whojoins us going to concentrate for a moment on another now. he talks about story we've been talking about for the last two or getting brexit done three days. and this own research ben was covering this, lots of users who have mobile phones and use says that this proposals would lead to a the operator three who are having problems with services and trying to 6.7% drop in gdp and a drop in real wages. figure out when they are going to in context, that head to the economy get their service back and we tried
that we saw in the gsc and to get in touch with three the reason i do not call it a deal is yesterday. victoria looking at this, lots of people back because what it is is a withdrawal agreement. it does not include a online but explanation as to why it happened in trade deal with the eu that will ta ke trade deal with the eu that will the first place? we haven't had an take negotiate. all we have here out and out is a gangplank into thin explanation as to why it's happening air, that is and we also know some people are still experiencing problems. the way one former conservative minister described it, because it three says the majority ta kes minister described it, because it takes us into the implementation of its customers do now have full period which goes until the end of service, however, it is aware of a small number who still can't next year and we have no idea of what will happen. would anything make calls, send texts or access their data. have been good enough? the advice is to turn your phone off and then turn it back on. you have made but given that it is more than 2a it clear that you campaign to remain. at the beginning of the hours after the problem was first discovered, could parliament i was arguing for us to remain in the customs union and single market but the you be government all that out but we have been quite due clear as liberal democrats that we wa nt to some clear as liberal democrats that we want to stop it altogether. best deal we have is as compensation? martyn james is a consumer expert an eu member to at resolver and can talk to us say we are seeing reports are about our rights potentially some labour mp in these situations. supporting boris johnson's proposals, i am staggered. a very strong sock and this is a suit game historic trail of the labour this morning. nice to you! a bit too interest and that is not what i say, much for this time in the morning! thatis interest and that is not what i say, that is what the tuc general why not, push the boat out! lots of
secretary says. she says people have been getting on contact this sells on twitter and say don't be workers rights down the river ridiculous, you are without your and phone for a few hours and surely you labourmp, iused don't need compensation but this is workers rights down the river and labour mp, i used to be one, admittedly are not planning to stand real because people have suffered loss in the last again at the next election. 2a hours. but what i would say to them you really absolutely, as you rightly say, people rushed onto twitter and want your last act in social media to talk about the politics to be various ways people have been sponsoring one of the most deprived of their phone, almost right—wing conservative nationalist projects this country has ever finding itamusing, but deprived of their phone, almost finding it amusing, but the fact of seen? the matter is we are which would rip us out of the single market and give us all the sections strongly encouraged to go to a digital economy so lots of banking is online on the environment and lots of people pay for and employment, things consumer, why would you do that? i with their mobile phones and people... i've heard lots of reports do not understand it and i really would invite them to think that the from people yesterday from people about what they are going to who said they couldn't buy do tomorrow. honey labour mps you tickets because they use contactless on know their phone but a more serious of thinking of that? only problem that's affected lots is one has been cited so far. i would be the new 2—stage authentication process surprised if any more actually when you pay for some goods and a joined him. but, obviously, text is sent to your mobile. this is that something that people will be meant text is sent to your mobile. that mea nt lots text is sent to your mobile. that m ea nt lots of text is sent to your mobile. that meant lots of people weren't able to reflecting on. it is a big pay for essential things, and in one moment for our country and don't think for case it resulted in a labia i was speaking to was left stranding a one minute i say to your viewers who board saying there's
are one minute i say to your viewers who a re royally one minute i say to your viewers who are royally that up with this brexit a serious chaos and mass, don't think consequence, especially if you can't access consequence, especially if you can't that if a ccess your boris johnson's chaos and mass, don't think that if borisjohnson's proposals chaos and mass, don't think that if boris johnson's proposals go chaos and mass, don't think that if consequence, especially if you can't borisjohnson's proposals go through on saturday that that will be the access your funds —— a lady end of the matter. it will not. will i was be is more negotiation and we will speaking to was left stranded be is more negotiation and we will abroad. this has been a serious be on this effect again at the problem, especially if you ask around it without help. end of next year because they will not bea of next year because they will not be a trade agreement. there is if you are one of the more than 12 million with the three network, not enough time to negotiate that with the eu by the end of next year. for what kind of compensation could you get? some people, the argument you make there's a couple of different their make sense. people are fed up variations, and i should say with the process of phrase you to mentioned was again begin people don't get too excited, this to know isn't encouraging compensation where did it now, tomorrow, if the culture but when a similar problem vote goes against borisjohnson, happened last year with 02, they who compensated 25 million of their knows what will happen, is what some users from what i understand, but people are saying. that really is they gave them a credit for a two boat into who knows days' worth of loss to what. is there accommodate what they lost on their any evidence that the eu is ever going to offer a deal that is plans. there is no right to compensation and different from the one that we have 0fcom, the regulator, says you might now? they have offered a be entitled if there's been a deal. if significant outage but if you had a you want to use direct impact through things you've that terminology, lost as a consequence, not being they have offered for us to stay able to buy something or having to
in they have offered for us to stay in pay extra money, then you can the single marketing certainly complain about that. keep your receipts, take photos and get —— market. we that proof together have safeguarded the and make the situation to prevent us complaints. some people might from crashing out and the prime minister, have missed flight if there is no agreement that has status updates, that kind of thing, been finalised and agreed to by so the advice is to collect as much parliament tomorrow, will have to evidence as you can? absolutely. it's worth bearing in stand sting and extension and mind that in this day and age, you donald might not think about things that tusk, the president of are important. lots and lots of the european council, is clear that that has not people have easy tickets been ruled out. lots of where they are automatically saved onto your parliamentarians have good relations with other government phone and they weren't able to access their tickets because of in the eu. wi—fi problems. do simple but that does not get us anywhere. all things like take screenshots and make sure that does not get us anywhere. all that gets us the codes are visible and is until christmas. make sure that if you are making a complaint, ultimately referred back to the people. what we you have proof of what you had to pay out. have had. do so very quickly, if you are and happy with what you ask three offers, can about boris johnson's agreement, this agreement? do you say remain? you go further? how do you assess you can, and there are two ombudsman services, both are free and there's it? whatever you ombudsman services or communications that deal with three have as your leave option has to be
defined. you could complaints. thanks, martyn, and thanks for either put your help. remain, which is absolutely key. the this is the statement from three, they say they're liberal democrats will fight to aware some remain in the eu, unlike customers are experiencing issues and their engineers are trying to the labour fix this to help with party who has refused the process. to commit. now to reiterate, customers should turn it could be the prime minister ‘s their phone on and withdrawal agreement all this off again and predecessors withdrawal agreement. the problem we have had all along is their phone on and off again and their plain mode on and off again, that a fantasy brexit was presented which should resolve to people. you can have all of the the issue. —— benefits of eu membership without airplay. they expect it to paying the subscription fee that be solved later today and they are sorry for mcphee or abiding by the rules and thatis the inconvenience caused. if we get mcphee or abiding by the rules and that is what borisjohnson initially told the british people in 2016 and any updates i will let it has turned out to be a fantasy you know. and that is why we are in let's return to westminster and speak to naga and charlie, who have the mess we are now because in parliament quite a lot of news trying to square the circle of for us today. all we certainly do, the method fantasy, at least i suppose now with the withdrawal victoria, i'm agreement know what is trying to think of people's faces and is not withdrawal agreement on a paper with who are three customers remain, refer back to the people. the only way to clear up the who are being told to turn on mess. just one more thing, the referendum and off their phone ‘s topic can you imagine? went in favour of it is the guys that get paid the king the eu.
big tomorrow, in every other commons bucks for that kind of advice, could vote in favour of this isn't it? -- deal. bucks for that kind of advice, isn't it? —— there phones. can at what point do you accept that you |magine? this is where we are at?|j scientists say they've at what point do you accept that this is where we are at? i think it developed a technique to use would be profoundly under the satellites to spot big groups of whales that have washed up credit to younger is out of the eu on the on the shore. they've been using satellites basis of this agreement because it to investigate the largest ever recorded stranding, involving 3a0 what people in whales which washed up on the coast of chile four years ago. 2016. forget over 0ur science correspondent, rebecca morelle, has more. it was a stranding on a huge scale. 2 million young people who have had a last year in australia, on this so far at all more than 150 whales washed up but by the time rescuers got their, most were dead. who could not now, though, there's a new faster vote in 2016 who can now way to track strandings, vote overwhelmingly, they oppose us from space, using powerful satellites scientists can scan leaving the eu at all and this would be imposing something on which is thousands of kilometres of coast, that they thoroughly reject. i think zooming in on the animals until the body that they thoroughly reject. i think that would be fundamentally of a beached undemocratic. if that happens, whale is those in parliament who are representing the young people and the rest of the revealed. country, if it happens and they pass satellites can enable us to take pictures and see whale strandings it, you will not accept it? you will much more rapidly than people have keep fighting? i will keep fighting capacity to do on the ground in remote areas, and they'll give us to the i'm not about to pretend that that extra opportunity ido to the i'm not about to pretend that i do not think that remaining in the to react eu is by far the best deal on the table. and i will continue to fight quickly.
for that because it is the best the hope is the technology could reveal how many whales thing for my constituents in the best thing for my country. and the are stranding and where government ‘s own economic research they are stranding, which could help backs that up. thank you very us to understand what's causing these deadly events. with so many pressures much for joining in the oceans, scientists backs that up. thank you very much forjoining us are watching whale numbers carefully, using satellites this morning. to monitor them will be key. rebecca we are at westminster through the morrell, morning. mat, it has been raining a bbc lot in london overnight, don't know news. about the rest of the uk, you can tell us now. absolutely stunning pictures, great good morning, thundery downpours earlier and more to come today animals. anything that can be done across the uk. great to stop those strandings will day if you like be warmly welcomed. to spot your rainbows, plenty you can see we're coming around, sunshine in between the showers and a few areas should stay from this largely dry. morning, looking ahead to that this big all—important morning, looking ahead to that all—importa nt vote morning, looking ahead to that all—important vote on saturday after area of the deal was done yesterday by boris johnson in brussels. more on low pressure, like a boiling that through the programme. pot of time now to get the news, shower clouds, that's responsible, travel and weather where you are. revolving around, the light specks are the shower clouds, more pushing see you soon. in with heavy and thundery rain. good morning from bbc london. this brought the downpours, which i'm victoria you saw overnight. they hollins. are easing from the south—east corner but most london conservative mp mark field has announced showers pushing into wales and the he won't stand at the next general election, blaming what he says south—west and across northern is a deeply divisive
england, here we have more political atmosphere. persistent rain especially on the mr field, who's held eastern side of the pennines, the seat of the cities of london and westminster west yorkshire, north yorkshire, county since 2001, said tensions over durham and northumberland, working brexit would define domestic into parts of south—east scotland. politics for years to come. the mp caused controversy it should brighten in the summer after frogmarching a protester at up here, getting better in some places, a few showers the chancellor's in northern ireland but the showers mansion house keep on rattling across the skies of central, southern england and wales speech. and most frequent in the south—west the tech industry's warning of a loss of talent from the capital of wales and this is the three quarters of £1 million has windiest spot of the country today, we could been paid out to those see a0 or 50 mph. fraudulently claiming to have lived in further north, the winds will be lighter and still grenfell showers dotted around and we can't tower —— £750,000. butjust rule out the odd rundle of £2a,000 has been recovered. thunder but this morning, northern england the figures will be brighter. a emerged at a kensington and chelsea few showers in council meeting. they were northern england today, western scotla nd northern england today, western scotland not doing too 00:46:42,1000 --> 00:46:44,824 bad, as well told there have been 16 prosecutions so far stop there have been 16 prosecutions so farstop in there have been 16 prosecutions so far stop in £97,000 have been paid as the far north, but central back through compensation orders, scotla nd as the far north, but central all of which has gone to the scotland will have the lightest winds, so the showers could be with g re nfell all of which has gone to the you for a while. wherever you see grenfell budget to support those the downpours, lots of surface water affected by the fire, which and spray making for an unpleasant killed 9a lives. journey home. the showers more than 200 bars and restaurants keep going around the coast tonight in the city of london have signed up especially in central and southern scotland, to a listings service showing venues
and the far north of england once with low or non—alcoholic drinks. the guide claims to be again. another cool night with single figures widely, and the first venture of its kind in the uk and aims to help those into the weekend the cool looking to cut down on booze. the team behind it say the ambition start will linger is to make the square mile but a bit of brightness on a mindful the horizon, fewer showers, and drinking place. turning let's take a look at chillier. into saturday, the travel situation now. and the 0n the tube, thejubilee line has no most persistent rain across parts of service between neasden and waterloo after engineering south and south—east scotland into faults were found on some trains. the far north of england. a few showers dotted around elsewhere but and london 0verground, no service between gospel 0ak fewer compared to and upper holloway following a points failure at gospel 0ak. today and southern 0n the roads, there are long northbound delays on the aa06 north circular counties in particular, fewer showers than the past few days and through barking following an accident on the slip road lighter winds with temperatures here from the barking roundabout. 14 lighter winds with temperatures here 1a or 15, nice enough in the tailbacks are back sunshine but onlyjust getting towards ten or 11 in the north. to the a13 the northerly wind here on sunday will have pushed its way south, so we at the will all feel chillier on sunday. beckton roundabout. many places will be dry with variable cloud and a bit of sunshine breaking through, parts in at the beckton roundabout. croydon, station road of for in croydon, station road is closed for water main repairs outside the south—east scotland and station, so expect delays on north—east england most susceptible to north end and wellesley road as outbreaks of rain and temperatures in northern areas, nine or 10 traffic degrees. feeling cooler, but at diverts. now the weather with kate kinsella. least, naga and charlie, into next good morning. we've had some heavy showers week most will start overnight, rumbles of thunder,
flashes of lightning the week and they're likely to continue reasonably dry. back through the course of today as well. to you both. heavy showers, sunny spells between them, however. though, like i said, thanks very much, we have a special you might get a rumble of thunder and see some flashes of lightning programme this morning on bbc on the heaviest showers, brea kfast programme this morning on bbc breakfast and westminster ahead of the vote but you'll get clearer spells, so sunshine bursting through. the showers continue through the afternoon, tomorrow. blowing through on quite a brisk south—westerly wind and quite a saturday morning sitting in the commons, very unusual. a gusty wind actually, we will be a0—a5mph gusts potentially speaking to key and temperatures today between 12 and 1a celsius, so feeling a little bit cooler. players this morning 0vernight, we still have the risk to get a sense of what they are of some showers, but they'll become thinking. john mcdonnell from the labour party will be with us and fewer and further between. if you get one, though, foreign secretary dominic raab will could be quite heavy. will be with us later as well. clearer spells let's think about other things in life. bonfire night is in a couple towards dawn, of weeks, perhaps you are buying fireworks for a bonfire and the wind that little bit lighter. party? sainsbury‘s is not the place you are minimum temperature between 8—10 degrees celsius. into saturday, looking like a drier going to buy them at. why? victoria can tell day, always the risk of a shower but largely dry, sunshine and temperature at 15 celsius, still quite breezy. us. similar conditions for sunday — it's that time of the year, largely dry but again the risk with bonfire night, diwali and then of a new year all coming up. most shops start selling fireworks shower. i'm back with the latest from now until the end of december from the bbc london newsroom but sainsbury‘s wont be one of them. in half an the supermarket has hour. plenty more on our website
confirmed at the usual address. they are banning the bye for now. sale in all of their2,500 stores after ca m pa ig ns from those who consider them a public nuisance and a threat to safety. retail analyst and fellow dog owner catherine shuttleworth is with me now. good morning to you. good morning. how are you? i'm good, thank you. why have they decided to do this, is it one campaign group who have in dominating? sainsbury‘s have said they overview all the products they sell through the year constantly, and this year they decided they won't sell fireworks anymore as part of the review and they think that is good for people who own dogs and for the elderly who are bothered about fireworks. 0ne elderly who are bothered about fireworks. one of the other reasons is selling fireworks is a quite good morning, welcome complex process for a to breakfast with naga munchetty supermarket. and charlie stayt in westminster when you buy your fireworks, they where boris johnson faces aren't on a shelf in the store, they the political fight of
aren't on a shelf in the store, they are ina aren't on a shelf in the store, they are in a glass cabinet his life. he has around 2a hours to persuade that is locked and a member of mps to back his new brexit deal staff has to agreed with eu leaders, unlock the cabinet every time you wa nt to unlock the cabinet every time you want to buy fireworks and they have and it to age gate you, checking your over 16, because it's illegal won't be otherwise. that is a really expensive way of easy. doing retail in as i have never tired of telling supermarkets. the you, and i repeat again, other reason that sainsbury‘s have i don't think there is any case for delay. looked at this and thought, "maybe we should get on and get it done. it's not worth us let the people have a sensible leave selling them there are strict rules and regulations about the sale but they option and let the people have a final make good margins on them, don't say. they? is this a mps will hold a rare saturday sensible business decision? sitting here to vote on the deal. it isa decision? it is a good margin but the cost of this morning, we're at the heart selling them is high, and when they of the debate at the beginning buy the fireworks from the suppliers of a crucial two days they can't sell them back on in british politics. mps will hold a sale or return, and there's a limited period rare saturday when you can keep them sitting here to vote on and they are dangerous to keep in the back of the deal — more than 700 people are arrested shops, which are busy places. they across the uk in a week—long will have balanced those two things operation to tackle so—called county off. now we're changing the way we lines drugs gangs. around fireworks night. we still do them but we go to more organised sainsbury‘s bans and finite by the council or a local fireworks. charity, and the the supermarket becomes the first
major retailer to stop selling them, bigger event is ahead of bonfire night. i'll be finding halloween for retailers and they will be getting more out what's space in the behind the shops towards pumpkins, decision. glowsticks the premier league steps and ones and so on, up its campaign against racism, following the scenes in bulgaria which they are on monday night, with an increased still selling in sainsbury‘s this presence of their zero—tolerance year, than traditional firework campaign this weekend. items. another day to spot rainbows, plenty it's interesting, isn't it? more of sunshine and showers, than 300,000 people last year signed a petition saying they wanted a but what of the weekend? full ban to the public on the sale of forecast here on fireworks and they wanted them to be breakfast. restricted to specific events, as you say. i mean, do we think we welcome to a special edition of breakfast. are going to see this we're here in westminster, where the prime minister has around with other 2a hours to sell his new retailers, the likes of tesco, brexit deal to mps. a big player, are still selling them? and they are adamant they will borisjohnson returned from brussels continue selling them. bonfire night is all about blowing up parliament last night after sealing and here we are that agreement with with charlie and eu leaders. naga standing outside! it his challenge now is to persuade arouses at least 320 mps to back it strong emotions and it's a bit strange, isn't it, that we still do that and there's environmental in a crucial commons vote tomorrow. issues around sticking things of course, we need to get in the
airand then the house of commons to come issues around sticking things in the air and then blowing down into gardens and the rocket stakes and together from all parties and indeed the like. there's different consumer groups who have the country to come together. so, we are making the still got different argument, particularly to those mps i opinions, especially older people, and they can become a real nuisance think who are worried about no deal, because it used to be that you would this is the opportunity to get do it on the fifth of november, on a deal and it is a deal bonfire night, now it stretches for that is faithful to the referendum. i think there will be a lot three weeks and it feels like you're of people listening to that. living in a zone of fireworks and this is a moment to focus minds. that's difficult for many people, we have got ourselves a good deal. particularly pet owners. many people it dealt with the lion's share are disturbed by it. it's of the concerns certainly that people like me had about the last one of deal and it is an opportunity those traditions we are starting to for us to move forward. rethink in the uk. for those i think who are worried and not just pet about the risk of no deal, this ought to really focus minds rethink in the uk. and notjust pet owners, you can because we have got a chance now imagine veterans and those struggling with ptsd, for example, to get brexit done with a deal there is a big group of people who and allow the country to move forward. really struggle with this period all the prime minister says the way through to new he is very confident, year. absolutely, and it's about the way but his opponants have it continues and carries on insisted so that he can't be sure will have been in sainsbury‘s mind as well, and that's what people will of victory. the alternative is a sensible deal think about, they negotiated, that is what we were no responsibility about fireworks and their neighbours doing with theresa may's and their community. we will leave it there, catherine cabinet and the eu previously, and put it to the shuttleworth, thanks very much. what
do you make of that? do people and let the people decide. three years on now, let you agree with sainsbury‘s decision? the people have a sensible leave option and should also the option to remain as well there be a ban all year on the sale and let the people have the of fireworks to the public? let me know what you think, and also if you final say. that is what the majority of area people now want. know what you think, and also if you are a pet owner, how does it impact we're joined now by our political you and your pet? 20 coming correspondent, iain watson. up later just looking on in business. —— at dominic plenty. now let's return to westminster raab's with naga and charlie. words, you can see the line you have got a dog, how does the government is taking, a time he cope? i have two, one shakes and to focus minds. no matter what trembles and the other one doesn't you mind. it is horrible for the one thought before, i think now. do you think it is how they are going to that hates it, it try to persuade a small is horrible.|j have got two cats, one that isn't number of extra mps? i think that is bothered and the other right. they are trying to accentuate is petrified. without wanting to sound too miserable about it, i the positive, we have this deal, this has been going on for three don't small displays where someone says i have years, now is the time, an opportunity to bought a rocket... that alarms get this done. lots of people still me. big, organised displays in sceptical about whether it is time to get it done because you places like this, i like those but the rest have to of it, i always find it a embark on trade negotiations and what is it you are actually bit worrying. doing? the trouble for boris johnson, are used to have a big fireworks what is it you are actually doing? the trouble for borisjohnson, some people on his own side do not like party every year, get that going
ain! who was in the look of the charge? not me! then that's all right! deal, long—standing brexiteers. they are saying they are that's the safest way worried about effectively a border forward! in the irish sea between we're in westminster this morning, where borisjohnson great britain and northern ireland. is hoping to sell his brexit deal although dominic raab and boris to mp‘s, ahead of a crucial vote johnson are pushing one way, in the commons tomorrow. the dup but what are pushing the other, telling us they will be actively trying to do the get conservative mps to back them and vote against their own prime general minister. you can seejust vote against their own prime scientists have developed a minister. you can see just how high technique to use satellites to spot the stakes are. meanwhile, john big groups of whales washing up on mcdonnell, as he the shore. they have used these satellites to find the largest ever said, leave areas, stranding, 3a0 wales off the coast desperate to get this done too. john of chile four years mcdonnell trying to tell them, it is ago. science not good for the rights of workers, correspondent rebecca morrell has been looking into please stay in line. i spoke to one it. it was a stranding on senior politician a few a huge scale. minutes ago and he said tomorrow's going to be last year in australia, more than 150 whales washed up but by the time nip and tuck. rescu e rs 150 whales washed up but by the time rescuers got their, most were thank you very dead. now, though, there's a new faster much. we will leave it there for way to track strandings, from a moment. space, a good phrase, nip and using powerful satellites tuck. how has the news been recived scientists can scan thousands of kilometres
on the other side of the channel? of let's speak to our brussels coast, zooming in on the animals reporter, adam fleming. there have been pictures of boris until the body of a beached whale is johnson surrounded by revealed. satellites can enable us to eu leaders, very johnson surrounded by eu leaders, take pictures and see whale stranding is very warm johnson surrounded by eu leaders, very warm pictures, but the lack of much more rapidly than people have comments about whether an extension capacity to do on the would or would not be granted. almost like they have said, we have ground in remote areas, and they'll give us that extra opportunity to react done our bit, see what quickly. happens on saturday. absolutely what they have the hope is the technology could been saying and what leaders sat on reveal how many whales are the red carpet when they arrived for stranding and where they are stranding, which the red carpet when they arrived for could help us to understand what's the summit yesterday, the big thing causing these deadly they are trying to do to help events. with so is to keep quiet about the many pressures in the oceans, scientists are watching whale idea of another numbers carefully, using satellites delay to brexit, an to monitor them will be extension of the key. rebecca morrell, bbc news. brexit process. they want to... they don't want to get involved extraordinary images. stunning in british domestic political debate but they want to help boris animals! hopefully that technology will help! why are johnson make the case it is the steel we here at or no westminster? well, there's a special deal which they think will sitting at parliament tomorrow and help to focus minds at westminster —— this borisjohnson is sitting at parliament tomorrow and boris johnson is hoping sitting at parliament tomorrow and borisjohnson is hoping to get his agreement made with deal. but you talk to people eu leaders privately, look, if something goes yesterday confirmed, convincing mps in parliament to vote with him. wrong in westminster, the deal does
not get through, more time is needed we're looking ahead to the vote to have another bit tomorrow and the are absolutely of talking among crucial. it's worth saying at political parties in westminster or 7:10am because something massive will we will speak to happen like an election, labour'sjohn mcdonnell and we'll be asking him an extension would be granted on the those questions aboutjust how side of the eu if the uk asked for labour mps will be it. in terms of the contents of the voting. the question is: will some deal, we have let forward already to what it means for politics, the eu back boris's is happy with the deal deal? before then, let's find out what's happening wherever you are this because it meets lots of their red lines, morning when it comes to the news, the travel and whether. we'll see single market is protected, for example, the big thing the eu has you at given borisjohnson 7am. example, the big thing the eu has given boris johnson is example, the big thing the eu has given borisjohnson is the idea of a good morning from bbc london. i'm victoria hollins. consent mechanism for the northern ireland assembly to vote in at least london conservative mp four years time whether it wants to mark field has continue with the arrangements. the announced northern ireland assembly could pull he won't stand at the next general out of the arrangements i remember election, blaming what he says how many times the eu said they is a deeply divisive political atmosphere. wa nted how many times the eu said they wanted something that could mr field, who's held the seat of the cities last of london and westminster forever as a permanent insurance since 2001, said tensions over brexit would define domestic policy. thank you so much for taking politics for years us through that, plenty more from to come. westminster through this morning, the mp caused controversy and with in the summer after frogmarching a protester at the interviews from
chancellor's mps across mansion house speech. the spectrum to try to explain what the tech industry's warning happens next. of a loss of talent from the capital after brexit. in other news, turkey has agreed start—ups in east london, to a five—day ceasefire where may tech firms in northern syria to let are based, are reporting skilled kurdish—led forces withdraw. people from the industry the pause in hostilities are leaving, with many was announced after talks in ankara companies choosing to expand their teams between president erdogan of turkey and the us vice—president, in europe. mike pence. rich preston has more. language learning app lingvist has gun fires halved the number of staff in its london office. so far, the uk—based start—ups, for days, turkey has been bombarding they have the eu market, kurdish posts in northern syria. which is fantastic. now, hope now it might be that they are forced for some to look outside of the uk, like today, looking respite. at continental europe or the us mr president, welcome. and this is good, this increases the competitiveness, america's vice—president mike pence so i see some and secretary of state mike pompeo arrived in ankara for talks positive aspects with turkey's president in this one recep tayyip erdogan. after five hours, as well. more than 200 bars and restaurants the deal was agreed. in the city of london have signed up turkey will pause its military to a listings service showing venues operations for 120 hours to give with low or non—alcoholic drinks. kurdish fighters chance to the guide claims to be the first venture of its kind retreat. in the uk and turkey wants the kurds to push away from its border, aims to help those looking to cut where it considers them a threat. down on booze. but the sdf, made up
mainly of kurds, considers the team behind it say the ambition this its territory. they say they will is to make the square mile a mindful drinking place. let's take a look at stop fighting, but won't the travel situation now. leave. 0n the tube, on thejubilee line, 300,000 people, mostly civilians, there's no service between neasden and waterloo after have been displaced from the area. engineering faults were found on some trains. it's not certain this deal will and london 0verground, no service between gospel 0ak do anything to help that. and upper holloway following a points failure at gospel 0ak. 0n the roads, president trump's withdrawal of us there are long northbound delays on the aa06 north circular troops was condemned through barking following an accident on the slip road across america's political spectrum, from the barking roundabout. with many accusing him tailbacks are back of abandoning us allies. to the a13 mr trump has called this new agreement amazing, saying it at the will save millions of lives. but there are doubts over beckton roundabout. whether it will work at all. now the weather with kate kinsella. neither the kurdish leadership nor good other key groups such as the syrian morning. or russian governments were involved in the talks. we've had some heavy showers overnight, rumbles of thunder, rich preston, bbc flashes of lightning and they're likely news. police have arrested more than 700 to continue through the course people during a week—long operation of today as well. heavy showers, sunny spells between them, however. to tackle so—called county lines though, like i drugs gangs across the uk. said, you might get a in total, drugs with a street value of around £a00,000 were also seized. rumble of thunder here's our home and see some flashes of lightning affairs
on the heaviest showers, correspondent, tom but you'll get clearer spells, symonds. so sunshine bursting through. across the country, police forces, the showers continue through the afternoon, blowing through on quite a brisk urban and rural, have been working together to move in on the county south—westerly wind and quite a gusty wind actually, lines drug gangs. a0—a5mph gusts potentially and temperatures today this was a between 12 and 1a celsius, joint west so feeling a little bit midlands—west mercia cooler. 0vernight, we still have the risk operation. of some showers, but they'll become fewer and further between. suspected dealers from birmingham if you get one, though, could be quite heavy. involved in the supply clearer spells towards dawn, of drugs and the wind that little bit to worcestershire. lighter, minimum temperature between 8—10 degrees celsius. 0perations like this take enormous into saturday, looking like a drier resources in co—operation, day, always the risk of a shower but it seems but largely dry, sunshine and temperature at 15 celsius, still quite breezy. to be working. similar conditions on sunday, largely dry but again the risk in the week—long of a shower. i'm back with the latest push, 7a3 people were from the bbc london newsroom in half an hour. arrested, plenty more on our website more than £a20,000 worth of drugs at the usual address. were seized and a9 phone lines used bye for now. for deals were disrupted. the police say there will be more to come. we know more than we have ever known about the gangs and those people who get exploited as part of county lines activity because we have real close co—ordination now between different forces up
and down the country. just as the police have changed their tactics, it's likely the gangs will too. they've shown they're prepared to protect their trade — worth £500 million a year — and they seem to be here to stay. tom symonds, bbc news. back to brexit now. a momentous 2a hours lies ahead for boris johnson here in westminster. the £1 million question — can he convince mps good morning. welcome to breakfast to back his brexit with naga munchetty and charlie stayt in westminster deal? let us take you through some where boris johnson faces the political fight of his life. of the he has around 2a basics. hours to persuade mps in total, he has to get 320 votes to back his new brexit deal agreed with eu leaders — in the house of commons — if everyone turns up. and it won't be easy. there are currently 287 conservative mps. as i have never tired of telling the first thing the prime minister will be looking to do is make you, i don't think there is any case sure none of them rebel. for delay. i think we should get the dup say they won't support him. on and get it done. in order to avoid trying he'll want the backing of former conservative mps to get an extension he has been too eager who are currently independent. by far to get a deal there are 23 of them — it's thought most will support the deal. at any cost. but that's still not quite
mps will hold a rare saturday sitting here to vote enough. he also needs on the deal — this morning we're the backing of some labour mps at the heart of the debate and ex—labour independents. at the beginning of a this still leaves the overall vote very close. crucial two days in british well, we're joined now by independent former conservative politics. mp dominic grieve more than 700 people are arrested across the uk and conservative in a week—long operation to mp andrew tackle so—called county lines drugs bridgen. two mps who borisjohnson would very gangs. mobile phone operator three says it much like to be voting in has restored services for the majority of its customers. favour of the deal tomorrow, let's do some people are still struggling to call, send texts or access data — a very straightforward question first. andrew, how will you be the advice is switch your phone off and on. i'll be finding out voting? currently minded to vote for the what your deal unless the sunny devil in the compensation rights could detail comes out today the macro be. during debate the premier league steps up its campaign against racism on saturday following the scenes in bulgaria on monday night —— unless with an increased presence of their zero tolerance any devil in the detail. the country campaign is deeply divided. we need to this move on. my constituents have brexit weekend. fatigue and this deal is better than and if you love sporting rainbows, the withdrawal agreement theresa may brought forward and i am today's the day for you dig sundry particularly pleased with the showers and sunshine in political declaration, loose a the forecast free—trade agreement with the but what about the weekend? all the details here eu rather than close regulatory
alignment. i will not be voting for on breakfast. this on saturday unless there —— brea kfast. is a it's friday the 18th of october. referendum attached to it, that has welcome to a special edition of breakfast. been my position for a long we're here in westminster, time. where the prime minister has around the deal is undoubtedly better 2a hours to sell his new brexit deal to mps. than leaving with no deal but he borisjohnson returned from brussels has to last night after sealing understand and andrew has an agreement highlighted this, the nature of with eu the long term relationship, as is the leaders. intention for it to be his challenge now is to persuade significantly at least 320 mps to back it diverging from eu partners, in a crucial commons will lead to extremely difficult vote tomorrow. negotiations over the 0ur political correspondent, next two, nick eardley has more. three years. people have to we have a deal. understand that. maybe that is what they want and if they wanted, many thought this simply would not happen — so be it. but to simply ask boris johnson hand—in—hand with jean—claude juncker, me to rubber—stamp this is something i am after signing off not prepared to do. if there the brexit deal some was a thought was impossible. confirmatory referendum attached to this is a great deal it, i will cheerfully support it, for our country, the uk. even though i happen to think the i also believe it is a very good deal for our deal has many flaws, but friends in the eu. i certainly acce pt deal has many flaws, but i certainly accept all deals have flaws and and what it means is that we in every form of brexit i look at does the uk can come out of the eu not seem to me to have as one many advantages. what does the
united kingdom. confirmatory referendum look like? advantages. what does the confirmatory referendum look like ?|j have always been of the it removes the controversial backstop view you and replaces it with could ask three questions, new arrangements to avoid a hard border in ireland. the prime minister's deal, no deal, and boris johnson still faces a massive battle to get that remain on the ballot paper on a single deal through transferable vote. some people say, parliament. i respect them, if the prime at the moment, he cannot be assured of a majority minister's deal is so acceptable to who will back him in heart brexiteers, no need the house of commons. to put no the next 2a hours will involve deal on the ballot some intense arm—twisting, paper at all —— trying to persuade his own mps ha rd deal on the ballot paper at all —— hard brexiteers. we don't know what and some from the opposition the public want, it is nearly to get on board. the prime minister runs a minority four government here and, years since the last referendum, and officially, every single opposition quite frankly i think we party is opposed to his plan. ought to be crucially, the dup — asking people, this is your choice, who keep the tories in power — your future, it will affect us are not getting on for decades, and the final thing i would board. in order to avoid trying to get say, if the prime minister does not an extension he has been too get the deal across the eager by far to get line, incredibly finely balanced, i don't a deal at any cost. know what will happen on saturday, and the fact of the matter is had not the end, we are not about to he held out and held his nerve crash out on the 31st of he would have gotten october, thatis better concessions. crash out on the 31st of october, that is time for parliament to which kept the integrity do
economically and constitutionally further consideration. that is my of the uk. view of what we should be doing. the pm no will be back at his desk this appetite out there at all morning to try and change minds, to convince everyone for a in his own party that the former second referendum, that will undermine every simple majority vote tory mps and some labour we ever have. this is the last throw of the dice for those who never mps who want to see brexit wa nted of the dice for those who never wanted us to leave the eu delivered. if he can do that, at all, i maybe, just maybe his am just now to go to my deal could get through parliament tomorrow. constituency and do constituency work and i but it is presume dominic will be going to be staying in tight. london, i have represented the views so just how tight is it going to be? of my constituents who voted to let's take a detailed look at the numbers. leave. coming back one step in total, he has to get 320 votes in the house of commons — from that argument to the vote tomorrow, if everyone you will remember the erg, turns up. you are here to speak for yourself, but of there are currently those other mps part of 287 conservative mps. the first thing the prime minister the group, will be looking to do is make sure can you tell us how they none of them rebel. will be voting? they will all be the dup say they won't support him. looking at the detail of the deal, as he'll want the backing of former i have, conservative mps who are currently and come to their own independent. there are 23 of them — conclusions. it's thought most will support trying to corral conservative mps the deal. but that's still and say they will vote a certain way not quite enough, is like trying to herd cats. the vast majority will come to the
he also needs the backing of some view... is at your understanding you labourmps and ex—labour are taking a different view independents. from this still leaves the some of the erg colleagues? there overall vote very close. will be a meeting of the erg we're joined now by our political on saturday morning before the debate correspondent, iain starts, but i think... you will watson. good morning, ian. it make a decision as a group? they is all about will advise what the group decision will getting this over the line, isn't be but it is not binding. i it? it is. i think we are set for think one of the most dramatic the vast majority of the erg will come to the conclusion this deal days seen in westminster. and to be is tolerable and also we need to get able to say that in these times is quite brexit across the line, what we do interesting. yes. a new standard has been set. the not want is a second referendum. stakes are so their wounds not want is a second referendum. theirwounds in not want is a second referendum. their wounds in the country will heal once we have high tomorrow it could determine the left, but a second outcome of the next election and the numbers are incredibly close to referendum will reopen wounds borisjohnson will be starting that have not healed and undermine a charm offensive today, accentuate in democracy fatally and i cannot ever support it. as far the fact that it is time to get this as referendums deal done and there are great are concerned, i've no idea what the majority in the view opportunities to he will have to of the country will be, but there will be a million be quite charming, frankly, he people on the streets tomorrow asking for one. the idea it is has been a offensive to those sceptical of his nonissue, i don't think he is
deal. the dup are worried right. i will be in my about the border in the irish constituencyjust like andrew will be in his over sea and he has the weekend. we both try to respond to to stop short, i think, of telling what our local communities say but them they will be chucked out of the we are there to try party but nonetheless i think he to do our best. will be twisting arms painfully over finally, it is interesting that erg the next 2a—hour was. who have been so consistent about can he bring the unity of the uk are prepared to enough labour mps? they are worried about a lack of commitment and clear carve northern ireland out of black and white underlined in the uk, ifind workers right. if carve northern ireland out of the uk, i find it very carve northern ireland out of the uk, ifind it very interesting. that rebellion and carve northern ireland out of the uk, i find it very interesting. as a unionist... what do you mean? the as she was seven or arrangement that government has come ten mps. and my assessment at the moment to is effectively carving northern is he is ireland out of the falling short of getting the deal uk. economically. through tomorrow. an awful lot you cannot escape that. theresa may of work is still to be done in the next did not want to do it which 2a hours and certainly the is why she wanted the backstop. the changes opposition parties want to keep the to the backstop are focus tomorrow on getting rid of the deal and trying to get an constitutionally quite significant. i will be interested to hear extension instead. later we will speak how andrew to john mcdonald of the labour party. thank explains his approach to this. you very much. we made commitments, no hard border the focus for on us this the island of ireland. parliament morning is on events here in made those commitments. the only westminster but it is worth checking extra checks there will be between
in over on the continent. the uk and northern ireland will be let's speak to our brussels on goods that could be re—exported to the eu from northern ireland, reporter, adam fleming. no checks on goods coming back the what news do you have for us in other way. northern ireland will be terms of reaction today? the leaving the eu on the 31st of august eu is happy with the revised deal that under the deal exactly the same as the negotiators did with brits because the rest of the uk and they will they will be have every benefit of being in checks on goods the uk customs union and the free trade and livestock and food products going agreements... can i ask from great britain to you the same northern ireland which means they could then question i asked andrew about the go on to the rest of the eu and people in a similar position to you, that means that the single market is the rebel tory mps, physically protected. the european you are speaking court ofjustice will be able to to them, your phone is busy, rule on disputes about things that happen in northern ireland to do what are you hearing in terms of what with eu law which means the single might change on market is protected in a legal sense this vote from as well. and the the theresa may vote? i think it eu has not had is very difficult from theresa may's vote, to make any changes to its legislation not sure there is a huge about customs or regulations or anything like that. so their amount that will change. there are a group of objectives have been met. conservatives who have had the where they whip have given ground to the uk is removed, they are described the idea of a sometimes as the 22, but they are a very varied group, good colleagues, consent mechanism with
people are treated as friends, they the northern ireland assembly so in are very concerned theory in about 7.5 years, people are treated as friends, they are very concerned about a no deal if the brexit, we are all united in our northern ireland assembly votes to view that is a very bad pull the plug on the arrangements it can do so. there is a risk idea, certainly. some of them think like i that do and believe a there may be nothing to referendum is worth take its place after 7.5 years and that is a pushing for because we think it is big shift from the eu was, remember, the only way we will resolve all those times they said that this problem... if i may, what they wanted was a the only way we will resolve this problem... ifi may, oliver letwin saying there are 100% insurance 17, 18 of policy that could potentially last for ever, no matter what your former tory colleagues who now will be minded to vote with boris circumstances and what eu leaders have done to try johnson. that has been the position and help boris for weeks, nothing new about that. johnson is by not saying anything have they been promised the whip about a potential extension or another delay to the back? i have no idea. i am break process sure they if this all goes wrong. they are are not being influenced by that. trying to help him bolster the they are influenced by what they think is best for the country, message to mps with a special sitting of parliament tomorrow. is just asi think is best for the country, just as i am. totally respectful of their either vote for the deal or point of view. but the numbers that is you it. thank you very much. have just given point of view. but the numbers you havejust given me point of view. but the numbers you have just given me do point of view. but the numbers you havejust given me do not point of view. but the numbers you have just given me do not come as we will be any surprise at all. it has back with you later on with plenty been apparent for a long time a lot of more from westminster throughout those opposed to no deal are this morning and prepared to vote for a deal looking ahead to
and would not push for a referendum on saturday vote. mps across the spectrum will be joining us it. 0thers saturday vote. mps across the would not push for a referendum on it. others will end the question as spectrum will bejoining us here. to how it pans out in other news: turkey has agreed to a 5—day on the numbers ceasefire in northern syria to let tomorrow, i don't wish to kurdish—led forces withdraw. the pause in hostilities speculate was announced —— others will and the question after talks in ankara between president erdogan of turkey as to. we have improved the and the us vice president, mike pence. deal rich preston immensely. if boris johnson to. we have improved the deal immensely. if borisjohnson had not has more. been hamstrung by a remain dominated parliament who put through for days, turkey has been bombarding the benn kurdish posts in northern syria act which has hamstrung his negotiations by taking no deal off with heavy the table, we would have got a artillery fire. much better deal and a lot quicker. now hope for the alternative view is that benn act is the one thing that forced some respite. america him to do ‘s vice mike penson the secretary negotiating. two different angles. dominic grieve, andrew, thank you of state mom mike pompeo arrived in very much. if ankara for talks with you want a turkey's president. after five break from ankara for talks with turkey's president. afterfive hours, the deal was agreed. brexit business, more from us this morning, and we will be back turkey will pause tomorrow, saturday, crucial its military operations for vote 120 day. let us take a hours to give kurdish fighters a chance to retreat. turkey look at this. it wants the 01:09:57,455 --> 1073741526:40:50,449 kurdish 1073741526:40:50,449 --> 2147483052:11:43,442 fighters 2147483052:11:43,442 --> 3221224577:42:36,436 to 3221224577:42:36,436 --> 4294966103:13:29,430 push is brightening up. matt, you promised blue sky would come through
and sunshine but you did not say how cold it would be. idid. blue cold it would be. i did. blue sky is guaranteed from me always. 0ver i did. blue sky is guaranteed from me always. over the hill, sunshine coming up in north wales. more of us will see sunshine at times today but i think the next all you need to know. shower clouds revolving around low pressure over night, moving through the day, more downpours to come. some of you probably got disturbed in the night. heavy showers and more showers packing into wales and the south—west. torrential rain in north of england at the moment, pushing its way into south and east scotland this morning and early afternoon. northern england will brighten up. north and west cotton, a few showers, same too in northern ireland. —— west of scotland. shower is continuing in
wales and southern england, not getting any respite. sunshine in between. but the wind is picking up, gusty afternoon in southern areas, a0-50 gusty afternoon in southern areas, a0—50 miles an hour gusts possible. better afternoon for northern england compared to this morning. when the rain sets in and the central area of scotland, windy throughout, damp and soggy and the day and journey home. showers in the south. wherever you are today, on the roads, be prepared, surface water and spray. tonight, showers continue on the coast but more persistent rain in the south—eastern corner of scotland and potentially north—east england. last night temperatures down into single figures, clever frost thanks to the breeze and that breeds will become a feature this weekend, but if you are off and have plans, fewer showers around. saturday, we have got more persistent rain still across scotla nd persistent rain still across scotland and north—east england and
showers dotted around and more across scotland and better day in the south compared to the past few days, lighter winds, fewer showers. chilly breeze making its self known. the weekend, sunday, temperatures will drop even further. northerly wind for all of us. north—east england, south to scotland, rain. for most on sunday, largely dry with a little bit of sunshine and even if it does feel chilly, and the chilly feel continues next week. but the start of the week should be largely dry. good to know. at least people can play out in half term. thank you. some other stories. extinction rebellion climate protestors will be taking part in a final day of demonstrations across london today. it comes after violent clashes at stratford, canning town and shadwell tube stations yesterday. british transport police say eight people have been arrested. tim muffett
has more. extinction! more than 1,700 arrests, roads blocked, airports, businesses... how long are you standing up there for, because i've got to go to work? how long? even tube trains targeted. for the past two weeks, life in london has been disrupted. no trains, ladies and gents. protesters on top of trains. there's no trains... and joel scott—halkes is delighted. so two weeks of protests, what have they actually achieved? what we've seen this week is an incredible outpouring of sacrifice from ordinary people. so we've had doctors, climate scientists, nurses, hairdressers, electricians, all giving up their time and sacrificing their liberty, getting arrested, because this cause is so serious and this is unprecedented in british history where people are saying, "enough is enough." disruption to commuters, criminal damage and police brought in from other parts of the country, not doing the duties
they should be doing, tube trains jumped on. how does that bring about zero—carbon emissions? business as usual, as we know it, the entire functioning of our economy allowed by the government, is driving us and our children towards death and extinction possibly. we need to disrupt business as usual, and right now our protesters have been ignored for so long that they will find any way possible to sound that fire alarm. but a tube train is an environmentally friendly way to travel compared to a car. itjust seems an odd choice of target. we are following in a noble tradition, from gandhi to martin luther king, a history of non—violent civil disobedience. this is not about disrupting and stopping carbon emissions themselves, it's about disrupting business as usual, disrupting everyday life and disrupting the economy to force the government to take action. over the past fortnight, the protests have been widely condemned. but you're not doing any good for your own cause. if you're going to protest, you want the support of the people. can't really win the support of the people by disrupting theirjourneys.
they should get out of the way! they should get lost! they should go and find something better to do. what this protest group are doing is unlawful. it is causing misery to thousands of people. you've made your point, 0k. do you think that some people have actually been put off your argument because you've taken such extreme measures? it's possible, yeah, absolutely, so as a movement we will move through a process of reflection, learning and listening to the public. earlier this week, police moved protesters from trafalgar square after new restrictions were announced under the public order act — measures extinction rebellion are challenging in the high court. some of the celebrities who've backed you, some of the people who've taken part in these protests, there's a level of hypocrisy, isn't there? people fly, people driving, and you want zero carbon emissions. how does that work? i'm a hypocrite, you're a hypocrite, those celebrities are hypocrites, and the reason for that is we're all stuck in this very toxic economy at the moment. our very way of life is incredibly
fragile right now, and if we waited until we were all perfect and weren't hypocrites, that fragile way of life will have collapsed. will you do this again? the government is still not being brought to the table, so it's going to be on us to increase the disruption and force the government into a bargaining situation where they start to take measures to protect us from this crisis. this phase of protests might be coming to an end, but extinction rebellion expect to be back. tim muffett, bbc news. we will be covering all of that through the day on bbc news. time now to get the news, travel and weather where you are.
good morning. today, the showers will be a bit more extensive than yesterday, many more of us catching one. it will stay like that for the next few days, turning quite chilly as well, particularly by sunday. you can see here, from this morning, quite a messy picture with frequent showers moving through the bristol channel, through southern areas of england, more persistent rain across central scotland and the north—east of england, showers for wales, a bit drier in northern ireland, but you can not rule out a shower here as well. tonight, we will continue with that shower rethink as low pressure continues to move eastwards across the uk. some of the showers could be heavy. —— with that showery theme. 0ver heavy. —— with that showery theme. over the weekend, more showers on saturday, fewer showers by sunday, but look at the temperatures, dropping down, quite a chilly day on sunday.
this is worklife from bbc news, with ben bland and lewis vaughan jones. free trade and friendly co—operation — borisjohnson promises business a bright future after brexit. live from london, that's our top story on friday 18th october. but britain's leader is in a race to win support for a deal by saturday, and also faces years of negotiation over eu rules and market access.
also in the programme... china's economy splutters — the trade war takes its toll as growth slows to its weakest in a quarter of a century. and as extinction rebellion protestors descend on the uk's capital, we find out how companies, not governments, are under intense scrutiny over their climate credentials. and we'll be getting the inside track on the s—word, sustainability, it's a business buzzword for yonks, but is itjust about climate change and why should companies care? we'll find out later. today, we want to know about e—mail overload, should compamnies ban staff from work emails outside office hours? let us know, just use the hashtag #bbcworklife.