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Hello, this is Breakfast

with Naga Munchetty

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and Charlie Stayt.

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The government condemns

the "appalling abuse of vulnerable

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people in Haiti" and says

the charity Oxfam has serious

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questions to answer.

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The Department for International

Development says it is reviewing

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its work with the organisation.

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The charity denies

claims of a cover-up.

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Good morning, it's Saturday

the 10th of February.

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Also this morning:

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A government minister says

two captured members

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of the British Islamic State cell,

nicknamed 'the Beatles' should be

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considered for trial at the Hague.

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Two tech giants go head-to-head.

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We'll find out what happened

when Uber took on Google's

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self-drive company Waymo in court.

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In sport, it's wipe-out

for the Brits on day one

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of the Olympics.

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All three of the medal hopes

in the snowboard slopestyle fail

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to make the final with Billy Morgan

falling on his final run.

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And where the athletes

eat, sleep and train -

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we'll get a guided tour

behind the scenes.

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And Nick has the weather.

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Good morning, it is the weekend so

there is another weather system

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coming into the UK. Rain at some

stage for all of us. The chance of

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snow, especially later. And after

being less cold today, tomorrow is

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much colder again. I have your full

forecast coming

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up.

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Good morning.

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First, our main story.

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The Department for International

Development is reviewing its work

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with Oxfam following claims

the charity covered up the use

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of prostitutes by some of its staff.

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Oxfam has insisted it

publicised the action it took

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against the workers,

some of whom were fired.

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However, the Times is reporting

several went on to work for other

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However, the Times is reporting

several went on to work for other

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charities who were unaware

of their past behaviour.

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Jessica Parker reports.

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An advert to the charity giant

Oxfam, it got nearly £32 million

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from the UK Department for

International Development in the

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last financial year. To be the

sexual exploitation scandal, the

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government said last night :

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the allegations surround the

behaviour of eight workers here in

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Haiti following the devastating

earthquake in 2010. The Times

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newspaper investigation found

inappropriate behaviour, including

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the use of prostitutes. The charity

has denied a cover-up and says it

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publicly announced an enquiry into

the claims in 2011. It said the

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behaviour of some of its staff had

been totally unacceptable. But that

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allegations of under age girls may

have been involved were not proven.

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For staff members were dismissed and

three were allowed to design as part

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of the internal investigation. But

today, the Times reports fresh

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claims that Oxfam failed to warn

other aid agencies about the staff,

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allowing them to take other jobs in

the sector. Do you actually know

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where these people are?

I would not

know because I have been out of

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Oxfam for five years, you would have

to ask somebody else that.

There is

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wide acknowledgement that hundreds

of Oxfam staff have done no wrong

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but the charity does now face

serious questions about its past and

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what it means to its future. Jessica

Parker, BBC News.

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The Defence Minister Tobias Ellwood

has suggested two members

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of the so-called Islamic State group

who are from London should be tried

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at the International

Criminal Court in The Hague.

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The BBC understands that the two,

who were part of a unit thought

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to have murdered 27 hostages,

have been stripped of their British

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citizenship.

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Our political correspondent

Chris Mason reports.

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This is Tobias Ellwood who was

called a hero after giving first aid

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to PC Keith Palmer, the policeman

stabbed to death in the Westminster

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Tower attack last year. He also lost

his brother in a terrorist attack in

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Bali in 2002. Now, Mr Elwood, a

defence minister, has intervened

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over what will happen over these

men, Alexander Katie and El Shafee

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Elsheikh. They were part of the gang

suspected of murdering Alan Henning,

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the driver and aid worker from

Eccles, and David Haines, a

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long-time aide worker from Perth. In

interviews with the times and the

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Daily Telegraph, Tobias Ellwood

demands what he calls an agreed

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international process for captured

fighters. Guantanamo Bay created a

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new combatant status that bypassed

the Geneva Convention, used torture

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and failed to address a wider global

jihadist insurgency that continues

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today. He says. Adding:

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last month, President Trump said he

was keeping Guantanamo Bay open. A

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decision is yet to be made about

what will happen to these two men.

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Chris Mason, BBC News.

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South Korea's President has held

a historic meeting with the sister

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of North Korea's

leader, Kim Jong-un.

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The meeting is seen as a direct

challenge to the Trump

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administration, which had urged

caution rather than engagement

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with the North.

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with the North.

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However, South Korea is hoping

to use the Winter Olympics

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to improve diplomatic relations.

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Let's get more on this

from our correspondent

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Stephen McDonnell,

who's in Pyeongchang.

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Stephen, hello! Interesting that

this meeting took place, this

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handshake, a significant?

Remarkable

events we have seen here over the

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last two days in South Korea, first

handshake with South Korea's leader

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in the stadium at the opening

ceremony shaking hands with the

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sister of the North Korean leader,

that image is going viral around the

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world and will be one of the things

we remember from this winter

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Olympics. But then today, this

meeting, I mean, US vice president

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Mike Pence came here to the Winter

Olympics essentially saying to the

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south do not pure engagement with

the north and the government in the

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South he has that advice of its key

ally in Washington and today, the

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North Korean leader, his sister, Kim

Yo Jong, has, along with a high

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level group of figures from the

North Korean government, entered the

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Blue House, met with the South

Korean President then had lunch, and

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you would love to know what was said

in the meeting, there is some

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speculation whether or not she may

have been carrying a message from

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her brother and possibly even an

invitation for him to, at some

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point, to North Korea. As I say,

historic event unfolding before us

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at the Winter Olympics and it is

kind of a geopolitical shift is what

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you are seeing here, really. It

isn't that the south is about to

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ditch the US as its key ally but

certainly the government of Moon

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Jae-in has stood up to the Trump

administration and is taking a very

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different tack with North Korea.

It

will be very interesting to see the

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next reactions to this meeting.

Stephen, thank you. We will of

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course have a look at events taking

place as we speak in the winter

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Olympics a little later on with Mike

in the sport.

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Survivors of sexual abuse

in the Church of England are holding

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a protest this morning at a meeting

of the General Synod,

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as the church faces criticism over

how it deals with complaints.

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It comes as fresh information has

been passed to police in the case

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of a bishop accused 60 years

after his death of sexual abuse.

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Here's our religion

editor Martin Bashir.

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Scholar, priest and champion of the

oppressed, George Pell served as

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Bishop of chin just over 30 years

until his death in 1958. But his

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reputation was tainted two years ago

when it was revealed the Church had

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paid this woman almost £17,000

following claims she had been abused

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by him. Friends of George Pell

demanded to know how the Church came

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to believe the complainant and an

independent review led by the

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barrister Lord Carlisle described

the Church's processes as inadequate

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and too willing to believe the

accuser. But while the church

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accepted the report's

recommendations, the Archbishop of

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Canterbury Justin Welby said the

cloud was left over the reputation

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of Bishop Bell. His comments

infuriated supporters of the Bishop.

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During his speech at the Church's

ruling Senate yesterday, the

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Archbishop made only the briefest of

references to the issue of abuse.

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Our approach to safeguarding these

culture change.

At Church house

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later this morning a large gathering

of survivors will confront members

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of General Synod as they arrived for

their final session. The latest

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figures show the Church of England

dealt with more than 3000 issues of

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safeguarding during 2016 with 18%

involving clergy. Martin Bashir, BBC

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News.

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A second member of staff

at the White House has resigned over

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allegations of domestic abuse.

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The former wife of speech writer,

David Sorensen, claimed

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he was violent and abusive

during their marriage -

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something he denies.

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Earlier, Donald Trump was criticised

for publicly praising another aide,

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Rob Porter, who stepped down over

accusations of abuse made

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by his two ex-wives.

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A convicted killer who drove his car

over a woman as she tried

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to stop him stealing her handbag has

gone on the run after he was freed

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from prison on licence.

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Mark Woolley was jailed for life

at the Old Bailey in 2001

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for the murder of costume

designer Elizabeth Sherlock

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and was released in November.

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Scotland Yard says he was last seen

at a probation meeting

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in East London 10 days ago.

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Gerry Adams, one of

the longest-serving party leaders

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in the world, will step down

as president of Sinn Fein today.

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After more than 34 years

in the post, he will be replaced

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by Mary Lou McDonald at a specially

convened party conference in Dublin.

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Our Ireland correspondent

Chris Page reports.

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Mary Lou McDonald is said to be the

new leader of Irish Republicanism.

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Her party is the second-biggest in

Northern Ireland and third largest

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in the Republic of Ireland. Sinn

Fein wants to be in government in

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Stormont and Dublin believes that

will help towards the ultimate goal

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of Irish unity. At the years,

Republicans tried to achieve that

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through bombs and bullets with Sinn

Fein being seen as the political

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wing of the IRA. Gerry Adams always

denied being in the paramilitary

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organisation but security sources

believe he was a senior IRA man.

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During more than three decades of

Sinn Fein president, he led the

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Republican movement away from

violence and into the peace process.

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Mary Lou McDonald is a very

different background. She in an

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affluent suburb of Dublin and has no

direct experience of the Northern

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Ireland conflict were not

particularly well known outside

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Ireland, she has had a leading role

in the Irish parliament for several

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years and has become known for

robust performances. She was the

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only candidate to put her name

forward to succeed Gerry Adams and

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has already indicated she will do

things her way.

I won't feel Gerry's

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shoes. But the news is that I

brought my own.

She will be

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installed as leader as a crucial

four at a special party conference

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today but her first major challenge

will be in Belfast were talks to

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restore the devolved government are

expected to reach a crunch point

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next week. Chris Page, BBC News.

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A house behind you? A bit of

renovating this weekend will keep me

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busy. Yes, it is the weekend. Of

course, that is wet weather and the

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forecast. Today, most of us will see

rain at some stage

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forecast. Today, most of us will see

rain at some stage tomorrow. Apply

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today but much colder tomorrow as

well. The showers that come will

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will be increasingly of snow. Some

wintry weather around this weekend.

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Let's take a look at the big

picture. The satellite image, this

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area of cloud here that has been

sliding into the UK as we have been

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through the night, just some across

East Anglia. Maybe some early

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sunshine. That is not going to last

too long. Outbreaks of rain

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south-east. Scotland will be

brightening up this afternoon,

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Northern Ireland will turn dry. More

heavy rain coming back. This is the

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picture at three o'clock this

afternoon. The odd dot of white into

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Northwest Scotland. A lot of clear

whether in Scotland. A few brighter

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spells coming through. Outbreaks of

rain, patchy in nature. That is the

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picture this afternoon at three

o'clock. Temperature-wise, a bit

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less cold than it has been today

that temperatures struggling a

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little bit. Up to 11 or 12 degrees.

More Six Nations rugby action today.

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A cloudy and worked there for our

matches. More rain to come this

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evening, if you are out and about.

Notice the white here. This is rain

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turning to snow to relatively low

levels. As the system begins to pull

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away. Maybe gusts up to 60 miles an

hour. Less cold overnight. Notice

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those temperatures holding up. Parts

of northern England, going into

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Sunday morning. These blobs of white

coming in on a north-westerly wind.

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These are snow showers around, maybe

some hail as well. Some sunny

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spells. Temperatures will be lower.

Especially when the showers move

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through. Some will be crossing

further east as we go through the

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day. That sets the scene for a

different day tomorrow because it

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will be much, much colder. The

charts are some of these snow

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showers to get a light covering in

places. A little less cold to some

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of us today but wet weather right

back to the Bridge tomorrow.

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of us today but wet weather right

back to the Bridge tomorrow. Thank

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you very much.

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It's the blockbuster legal battle

that's been engrossing

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Silicon Valley, but in a surprise

move Uber has settled its dispute

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with the self-driving

car company Waymo.

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The cab-hailing app

was accused of stealing trade

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secrets about Waymo's technology.

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Uber denied the accusation,

promising to fight it out in front

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of a jury in San Francisco.

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However, all of a sudden -

they struck a deal.

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Our North America technology

reporter Dave Lee has been

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following each twist and turn.

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This case captivated Silicon Valley,

mostly because of this man.

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Morning, Travis!

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Uber's former chief executive

Travis Kalanick is expected

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by many

to be the very embodiment

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of Silicon Valley's bro culture,

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overconfidence and

aggressive ambition.

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In court this week, he was accused

of orchestrating a grand plan

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to steal self-driving technology

from Google and then put it

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into Uber's own cars.

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Mr Kalanick believes the technology

is vital if Uber is to survive.

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Jurors heard how he had meetings

with then-Google employee Anthony

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Levandowski.

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It was alleged that Mr Lewandowski

stole more than 14,000 alleged

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documents

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and then left Google

to set up his own company,

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then he sold it to Uber.

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In a remarkable moment

during the trial, the jury was shown

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this scene from the 1989

film Wall Street.

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The prosecution said Travis Kalanick

acted like a real-life Gordon Gecko.

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The point is, ladies and gentlemen,

that greed, for lack of a better

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word, is good.

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Greed is right.

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But convincing jurors that

Mr Kalanick is something

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of a slippery operator was not

going to be enough to win the case.

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What the prosecution had

to demonstrate was that Uber

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was using the stolen technology,

and that was proving

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much more difficult.

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And so, the risk for Google would

have been that they were a bully

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and that they went after

a competitor in order to suppress

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competition,

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rather than to vindicate

their legitimate intellectual

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property rights.

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Conversely the risk for Uber,

by continuing, would have been,

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well, what if we lose

the whole thing?

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And so, this settlement is perhaps

a good result for both sides.

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As part of the deal,

Uber agreed to give up 0.34%

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of its company, worth

around $245 million.

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In a statement, Mr Kalanick insisted

no trade secrets were ever used

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and he said had the trial played

out, Uber would have won.

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We will not get the chance to find

out if he was right.

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Now it's time for the film review

with Jane Hill and Mark Kermode.

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Hello and welcome

to the Week in Tech.

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Hello and welcome to

The Film Review on BBC News.

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To take us through this week's

cinema releases is Mark Kermode.

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So Mark, what do we have this week?

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We have Black Panther,

which opens on Tuesday.

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We have Pad Man, based

on a true, inspiring story.

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Black Panther, why isn't it

opening until Tuesday?

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I presume it is because it will give

it a long opening weekend.

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It has been eagerly awaited.

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At the beginning of the film,

it is a technologically advanced

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society and they must

keep their secrets away

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from the rest of the world in case

it falls into the wrong hands.

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Inevitably, to some extent it does.

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The movie pays great attention

to character and detail.

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Here is a clip.

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Remote system activated.

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Wait, which side of the road is it?

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Just drive.

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Let's go!

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Look at your suit.

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You have been taking bullets.

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Run around the track.

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Where did he go?!

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Show off.

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That is the most generic stuff.

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There's much more interesting

stuff in the film.

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Its strengths are threefold.

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It looks great.

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The world of Wakanda

is superbly realised.

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Photographed by Rachel Morrison.

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You really feel that you're in that

world and it is well evoked.

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The second thing, it sounds great,

everything from the sharp dialogue

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to the superb music keeps

the action moving along.

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It really involves

you in the characters.

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It is well played.

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It is a really good cast.

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But the most important

thing is, you believe

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in the world of the film.

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You believe in the characters

and you know and understand

0:21:060:21:11

the characters' motivation.

0:21:110:21:12

I am not a huge comic book fan.

0:21:120:21:20

The thing about this is,

it works on its own terms

0:21:200:21:23

as a stand-alone piece.

0:21:230:21:24

There has been a lot written

about the importance of this

0:21:240:21:27

movie at this moment.

0:21:270:21:28

But it will only work if the film

itself works as a rip-roaring

0:21:280:21:31

piece of entertainment,

and it does.

0:21:310:21:35

It is important, but I can

look at that and say,

0:21:350:21:38

as well documented on this

programme, action films

0:21:380:21:40

are so not my thing,

but they are the thing

0:21:400:21:43

of my other half.

0:21:430:21:44

Our debate will be, is it two hours

of my life I will never get

0:21:440:21:48

back and she will say,

no, we have to go and see it.

0:21:480:21:51

You get the spectacle,

all the stuff you want and it does

0:21:510:21:55

look and sound wonderful.

0:21:550:21:56

But you know the characters,

you like them and understand them.

0:21:560:21:59

This is a world where there are no

gender imbalances you often get.

0:21:590:22:02

Men and women are on an

equal playing field.

0:22:020:22:06

When they have the big

fight sequences, even

0:22:060:22:08

I understood who everyone was,

who they were fighting,

0:22:080:22:10

why they were fighting

and what they were trying to do

0:22:100:22:15

with their time.

0:22:150:22:16

As a piece of drama,

it is well laid out.

0:22:160:22:23

I really enjoyed it.

0:22:230:22:24

I might have a hope.

0:22:240:22:26

I am normally nudging going, what?

0:22:260:22:27

Who is this person?

0:22:270:22:28

Why are they doing that?

0:22:280:22:30

If I can understand it,

anyone can understand it!

0:22:300:22:32

You give me hope.

0:22:320:22:33

Pad Man.

0:22:330:22:34

Sounds unusual?

0:22:340:22:34

It is a man in India

who invented a low-cost machine

0:22:340:22:37

for making sanitary pads.

0:22:370:22:44

He's credited with breaking

the taboo around menstruation.

0:22:440:22:46

The hears a newlywed young man

who doesn't understand

0:22:460:22:54

The story is of a newlywed young man

who doesn't understand

0:22:560:22:59

why his new bride spends five days

every month out of the house.

0:22:590:23:04

Then he is appalled by the shame

and silence in which the women

0:23:040:23:08

around him suffer every month.

0:23:080:23:09

He designs a machine to make

low-cost sanitary pads,

0:23:090:23:11

which will not only protect

the health of the women

0:23:110:23:14

but provide employment.

0:23:140:23:15

But he does so in a culture

in which there is a lot of shame

0:23:150:23:19

around this subject.

0:23:190:23:20

The director of the film said

he wanted to make the story

0:23:200:23:23

as accessible as possible.

0:23:230:23:27

He does, it has slapstick comedy,

music sequences, laughs,

0:23:270:23:29

romance and tension.

0:23:290:23:31

It is a really joyful

and uplifting film.

0:23:310:23:33

It is telling the story,

which has its roots

0:23:330:23:35

in a real-life story.

0:23:350:23:43

It is a fictionalised version

of a real-life story,

0:23:440:23:47

but it does stick close

to the truth.

0:23:470:23:49

It is charmingly done and playing

to the widest possible audience,

0:23:490:23:52

and succeeding in taking that story

and making it completely accessible,

0:23:520:23:55

and it is charming and uplifting.

0:23:550:23:56

Another hit.

0:23:560:23:57

Fantastic, wonderful story.

0:23:570:23:58

Based on a true story,

which is more than can be said

0:23:580:24:02

for 50 Shades Freed.

0:24:020:24:09

This is the final instalment.

0:24:090:24:17

It began as online

Twilight fan fiction.

0:24:170:24:19

We do have Twilight

to thank for this.

0:24:190:24:21

The story is, having

tamed Christian Grey,

0:24:210:24:23

Anastasia must see if she can find

independence and happiness

0:24:230:24:25

within their marriage.

0:24:250:24:26

Here is a clip.

0:24:260:24:27

You do want to have

kids someday, right?

0:24:270:24:30

Someday, sure.

0:24:300:24:31

You don't really sound sure.

0:24:310:24:35

You know what I am sure about?

0:24:350:24:38

That's great steak.

0:24:380:24:40

Christian...

0:24:400:24:43

Do you not want to have kids?

0:24:430:24:45

Of course.

0:24:450:24:48

One day, just not now.

0:24:480:24:52

I'm not ready to share

you with anyone.

0:24:520:25:00

He doesn't want children.

0:25:020:25:03

I can tell her that now.

0:25:030:25:07

There is a narrative arc...

0:25:070:25:09

It is easy to sneer

at the Fifty Shades movies

0:25:090:25:12

because they are not very good.

0:25:120:25:19

The first one, they tried to do

something interesting,

0:25:190:25:21

but it was too restricted.

0:25:210:25:28

They tried to change the script.

0:25:280:25:33

The second one by James Foley

stuck to the ear-scraping

0:25:330:25:35

dialogue of the source.

0:25:350:25:36

It is badly written,

the actors are doing their best

0:25:360:25:39

with pretty intolerable dialogue.

0:25:390:25:40

James Foley is directing

on autopilot.

0:25:400:25:48

He's an interesting director but ge

has been given this as a safe

0:25:480:25:52

pair of hands.

0:25:520:25:53

It ends up looking like a promo

simply for a glamorous

0:25:530:25:56

lifestyle for fast cars

and designer apartments.

0:25:560:25:58

Although there is some kinky

fetishism, it is very peripheral.

0:25:580:26:00

What the film is interested in,

is look at that private jet.

0:26:000:26:04

It is a film about possessions

and about those kind of aspirations.

0:26:040:26:12

In the end it ends up looking

like a commercial or pop promo.

0:26:120:26:15

It makes you look back to the days

of Nine And A Half Weeks and think

0:26:150:26:19

wow, what a ground-breaking,

Citizen Kane-like movie that was.

0:26:190:26:27

I don't know why people get angry

because it is playing to a certain

0:26:330:26:36

audience who are devoted to it.

0:26:360:26:38

It will pack the audiences out

on the first weekend.

0:26:380:26:41

I am clearly not

the target audience.

0:26:410:26:43

As a cinemagoer, the first one

was the only one that was vaguely

0:26:430:26:46

interesting and the next two

are just dull.

0:26:460:26:48

Fantastically unremarkable.

0:26:480:26:50

You can't criticise the cast.

0:26:500:26:51

If anybody gave you that dialogue

to read, Laurence Olivier

0:26:510:26:54

would struggle to deliver some

of those lines, which

0:26:540:26:56

are on the level of,

is everything all right?

0:26:560:27:04

Can I get you a latte?

0:27:050:27:07

LAUGHTER.

0:27:070:27:07

I think I will sleep Black Panther.

0:27:070:27:09

Have you seen Phantom Thread again,

the last time we met

0:27:090:27:13

you had seen it four times.

0:27:130:27:14

No, I have not seen it again.

0:27:140:27:16

I love Johnny Greenwood's score.

0:27:160:27:19

He's been Oscar-nominated.

0:27:190:27:21

People say they don't

like the central character.

0:27:210:27:29

You are not meant to like him,

he is meant to be difficult.

0:27:310:27:34

Lesley Manville steals the show.

0:27:340:27:36

I think it is Paul Thomas Anderson's

best film since Punch Drunk Love

0:27:360:27:39

and they make a cracked

romance double bill.

0:27:390:27:41

I would watch Phantom Thread again

but alongside Punch Drunk Love.

0:27:410:27:49

There is something about it.

0:27:500:27:51

There was a debate whether

the costumes he designs

0:27:510:27:54

are deliberately not very good.

0:27:540:28:00

Everybody says he is a fabulous

dress designer but the first thing

0:28:000:28:04

he designs has somebody dressed up

like the Queen of Hearts.

0:28:040:28:07

But that is kind of

the point, I like it.

0:28:070:28:09

It's certainly a talking point.

0:28:090:28:17

The DVD, Loving Vincent.

0:28:170:28:24

It reminds me of our conversation

last week when I said can you watch

0:28:240:28:28

Blade Runner on a DVD,

it is the same about Loving Vincent.

0:28:280:28:32

It is an extraordinary

achievement in technical terms.

0:28:320:28:34

And oil painted animated movie,

as far as I know the world's first.

0:28:340:28:42

The narrative is a bit flimsy,

it is about going back

0:28:440:28:47

to find out what happened

in Vincent Van Gogh's life.

0:28:470:28:51

I have seen it on the big screen

and the small screen

0:28:510:28:53

and it has the same...

0:28:530:29:00

It is hypnotising, like watching

paintings you know moving around.

0:29:000:29:07

Slightly odd, but stunning.

0:29:070:29:10

If you have it on DVD,

you can go back and watch it again

0:29:100:29:14

and marvelling at the hours of work

that must have gone

0:29:140:29:17

into creating it.

0:29:170:29:25

Six years of painting

to create the film.

0:29:260:29:29

Astonishing.

0:29:290:29:29

Thank you.

0:29:290:29:30

An interesting week.

0:29:300:29:30

A quick reminder, you can find

all the film news and reviews

0:29:300:29:34

across the BBC on the website.

0:29:340:29:37

All our previous programmes

are on the iPlayer as well.

0:29:370:29:40

That's it for this week,

enjoy your cinemagoing.

0:29:400:29:43

Goodbye.

0:29:430:29:46

Good morning.

0:29:590:29:59

Here's a summary of today's main

stories from BBC News.

0:29:590:30:07

The government has condemned

the "appalling abuse of vulnerable

0:30:110:30:13

people in Haiti" and says Oxfam has

serious questions to answer over

0:30:130:30:16

claims the charity covered up

the use of prostitutes by some

0:30:160:30:19

of its staff.

0:30:190:30:20

Oxfam insists it publicised

the action it took against the aid

0:30:200:30:23

workers involved, some

of whom were fired.

0:30:230:30:25

However, the Times is reporting

several went on to work for other

0:30:250:30:28

charities, who were unaware

of their past behaviour.

0:30:280:30:35

Tobias Ellwood has suggested that

two members of the so-called Islamic

0:30:360:30:39

State group from London should be

tried at the International Criminal

0:30:390:30:43

Court in The Hague. The BBC

understands that Alexanda Kotey and

0:30:430:30:47

El Shafee Elsheikh whose unit is

thought to have melted Mervyn 30

0:30:470:30:52

hostages have been stripped of their

British citizens. -- murdered more

0:30:520:30:55

than. They are yet to receive a

request from any country to hand

0:30:550:31:02

them over.

0:31:020:31:02

South Korea's president has held

a historic meeting with the sister

0:31:020:31:05

of North Korea's leader Kim Jong-un.

0:31:050:31:07

The meeting is seen as a direct

challenge to the Trump

0:31:070:31:10

administration, which had urged

caution rather than engagement

0:31:100:31:12

with the North.

0:31:120:31:13

However, South Korea is hoping

to use the Winter Olympics

0:31:130:31:15

to improve diplomatic relations.

0:31:150:31:17

A second member of staff

at the White House has resigned over

0:31:170:31:21

allegations of domestic abuse.

0:31:210:31:24

The former wife of speech writer,

David Sorensen, claimed

0:31:240:31:27

he was violent and abusive

during their marriage -

0:31:270:31:29

something he denies.

0:31:290:31:30

Earlier, Donald Trump was criticised

for publicly praising another aide,

0:31:300:31:33

Rob Porter, who stepped down over

accusations of abuse made

0:31:330:31:35

by his two ex-wives.

0:31:350:31:40

A convicted killer who drove his car

over a woman as she tried

0:31:400:31:44

to stop him stealing her handbag has

gone on the run after he was freed

0:31:440:31:48

from prison on licence.

0:31:480:31:49

Mark Woolley was jailed for life

at the Old Bailey in 2001

0:31:490:31:52

for the murder of costume

designer Elizabeth Sherlock

0:31:520:31:54

and was released in November.

0:31:540:31:56

Scotland Yard says he was last seen

at a probation meeting

0:31:560:31:59

in East London 10 days ago.

0:31:590:32:02

Gerry Adams, one of the longest

serving party leaders in the world,

0:32:020:32:05

will step down as President

of Sinn Fein today.

0:32:050:32:08

After more than 34 years

in the post, he will be replaced

0:32:080:32:11

by Mary Lou McDonald at a specially

convened party conference in Dublin.

0:32:110:32:14

Her first major challenge will be

in Northern Ireland,

0:32:140:32:17

where talks to restore the devolved

government are due to conclude next

0:32:170:32:20

week.

0:32:200:32:27

Those of our main stories, it is 630

AM, bikies here and we have a full

0:32:270:32:33

day of Olympic action. So much to

come. The skier Loni is coming up,

0:32:330:32:38

combining two different types of

cross-country skiing, the classic

0:32:380:32:42

technique and freestyle. Annika

Taylor represent us in that. A long

0:32:420:32:48

way, imagine the pain. It has been

under way, lots happening, not such

0:32:480:32:54

good news for the Brits in

slopestyle. Billy Morgan said that

0:32:540:32:58

he felt headwind coming into one of

his tricks he thought oh no. After

0:32:580:33:03

that psychologically it is difficult

to get back. This is the

0:33:030:33:07

snowboarding event with the amazing

jumps? That is right. There is still

0:33:070:33:12

big air and there are still chances

for the Brits to make amends.

0:33:120:33:16

So on this first proper

day, it wasn't to be

0:33:160:33:19

for Britain's Billy Morgan,

Jamie Nicholls and Rowan Coultas,

0:33:190:33:21

in the snowboarding slopestyle.

0:33:210:33:23

In strong headwinds, they all failed

to qualify for tomorrow's final.

0:33:230:33:26

Overall today could be the start of

something special to Team GB going

0:33:260:33:29

for a record medal telly in these

games. Later this morning, we speak

0:33:290:33:34

to -- skater Elise Christie goes for

her medals.

0:33:340:33:37

Joe Lynskey rounds up

the action so far.

0:33:370:33:40

On snow and ice British success

stands out in the memory, it is

0:33:400:33:44

really expected and it makes medals

more special. But Intel chain, Team

0:33:440:33:51

GB face a new kind of expectation,

carrying the flag in South Korea is

0:33:510:33:56

Lizzie Arnold, laying the

foundations. -- Pyeongchang. The

0:33:560:34:00

gold in Sochi inspired the best

metal talent since the 20s, they

0:34:000:34:05

want to go further, five medals or

more would make it their best ever

0:34:050:34:09

performance. A groundbreaking

results have intensified the focus.

0:34:090:34:13

Today Elise Christie takes to the

ice, she is a world champion now,

0:34:130:34:17

more used to victory.

Our sport is

supposed to be boring, you are not

0:34:170:34:21

supposed to sit in seconds over me

you know like I want to go out there

0:34:210:34:26

and fight for that win. I might not

do it right you know that is what I

0:34:260:34:30

will be trying to do so sure.

The

first British interest came on the

0:34:300:34:34

snowboard slopes, and replace the

destruction, the team practice their

0:34:340:34:37

trips on a giant airbag might hear

there is no soft landing. Jamie

0:34:370:34:40

Nicholls was on the edge of a

qualifying place, he just pushed too

0:34:400:34:44

far. A surprise 60 in Sochi but not

in this event.

That is how it goes

0:34:440:34:49

sometimes in competition, just have

obviously wasn't my day and right

0:34:490:34:52

now it looks like I might just sat

on the finals by one spot! Right

0:34:520:34:57

now!

I would be gutted. This sport

is about artistry in the air,

0:34:570:35:01

computer game ambition. Billy

Morgan's made his name with big

0:35:010:35:05

tricks on you Tube. He had to catch

the eye to make the final.

0:35:050:35:11

COMMENTATOR: No, Billy! The

disappointment tells!

For him, or

0:35:110:35:19

three and Rowan Coultas, the big air

competition is a chance for

0:35:190:35:23

redemption but from here the

campaign turns to Elise Christie's

0:35:230:35:27

campaign, she is the speed skater

Boeing the superstardom. Plenty more

0:35:270:35:34

to come, do not be disappointed by

the early failure to qualify in the

0:35:340:35:37

slopestyle.

0:35:370:35:38

Now back home, and a mouthwatering

contest at Twickenham

0:35:380:35:40

where England take on Wales.

0:35:400:35:42

England, remember, are bidding

to win the title three years

0:35:420:35:44

in a row.

0:35:440:35:45

They dominated against

Italy last week.

0:35:450:35:47

But Wales were mightily impressive

too, in their win against Scotland.

0:35:470:35:54

It is a big occasion for everyone

involved but for us, it is the next

0:35:540:36:02

game, the next game on our journey,

the next game to develop and prove

0:36:020:36:08

and focus on performance and I tell

you what, if we get our performance

0:36:080:36:12

right, we will get a result.

0:36:120:36:14

You are not playing a venue, give up

playing an occasion, the game and

0:36:140:36:19

the guys who are involved in the

park and 80,000 fans will make the

0:36:190:36:24

occasion but past results in the

past performances will be a little.

0:36:240:36:28

The first game of the day

is in Dublin, where Ireland

0:36:280:36:30

take on Italy.

0:36:300:36:31

The Irish beat France last weekend

thanks to a late drop kick,

0:36:310:36:35

from Jonny Sexton,

and skipper Rory Best,

0:36:350:36:36

says the euphoria of that moment has

boosted the team all week.

0:36:360:36:43

Just amazing how to kick a football

and 82.5 minutes or whatever it was

0:36:440:36:53

of rugby in the context metaphor can

change the context of how you feel

0:36:530:36:57

and the mood and what they say,

getting back home in the 60s is a

0:36:570:37:01

big thing for us.

0:37:010:37:02

It's also round two

of the women's six nations.

0:37:020:37:05

England host Wales at

the Twickenham Stoop

0:37:050:37:07

as they chase a second

consecutive grand slam title.

0:37:070:37:09

And in the evening game,

Scotland will be looking

0:37:090:37:12

for their first win

of the tournament against France

0:37:120:37:14

at Scotstoon.

0:37:140:37:15

In domestic rugby, Bath are up

to third place in the Premiership,

0:37:150:37:18

thanks to a convincing

win over Northampton.

0:37:180:37:20

Ross Batty with the last of three

tries in the final minutes.

0:37:200:37:23

32-9 the score.

0:37:230:37:25

And Joy Neville became the first

woman to referee a Pro14 match,

0:37:250:37:28

taking charge of Ulster

against Southern Kings,

0:37:280:37:30

and she saw Ulster dominate

the game, winning 59 points to 10,

0:37:300:37:34

with Craig Gilroy scoring three

of their nine tries.

0:37:340:37:40

There was a thrilling finish

to the Super League match

0:37:400:37:43

between Wakefield and Salford.

0:37:430:37:44

After a last-minute try

from Salford, Gareth O'Brien had

0:37:440:37:46

to land this kick to earn his side

a point but it drifted just wide,

0:37:460:37:50

so Wakefield won

by 14 points to 12.

0:37:500:37:57

There's no doubt about

the big game of the day

0:37:570:38:00

in the Premier League -

the North London derby at Wembley,

0:38:000:38:03

with Tottenham and Arsenal both

chasing a top four finish

0:38:030:38:05

and Champions League

football next season.

0:38:050:38:07

For Arsene Wenger, there's more

than local pride at stake

0:38:070:38:10

with his side four points behind

Spurs in the table.

0:38:100:38:18

I know he has been watching his

games over 20 years that the Isis is

0:38:200:38:24

an opportunity to come back on the

table, but the Champions League spot

0:38:240:38:28

that he is the priority.

0:38:280:38:31

Last season, we were above them and,

but it isn't to be focused on them

0:38:310:38:40

but I think the me, it is not going

forward from me, both teams have the

0:38:400:38:45

quality and the powerful and the

quality to win games.

0:38:450:38:50

Celtic's defence of the Scottish

Cup continues today -

0:38:500:38:52

they take on Partick Thistle

in the fifth round.

0:38:520:38:55

We told you that all three British

competitors in the snowboard

0:38:550:38:58

slopestyle had failed

to make the final.

0:38:580:39:00

We'll here's how it should be done.

0:39:000:39:01

This is Canada's Max Parrow,

who qualified top

0:39:010:39:04

of the 12 finalists.

0:39:040:39:09

Are you going to do it? In yes, me,

in the studio.

0:39:090:39:14

Big double cork 12-60.

0:39:140:39:15

Front side 10-80.

0:39:150:39:16

Triple cork 14-40.

0:39:160:39:20

What do the numbers mean? No. You

have me. Is it a rotation or the

0:39:200:39:29

number of...? If it is a triple

cork, 14- 40, is it? The scale of

0:39:290:39:37

difficulty may be? Should we find

out?

0:39:370:39:40

Big Air is really

Parrow's speciality -

0:39:400:39:42

he hasn't been beaten in that

for a year and according

0:39:420:39:45

to the commentators,

his slopestyle has suffered

0:39:450:39:46

as a result -

no sign of that today.

0:39:460:39:50

Look at that. It is amazing. That is

what we struggled with in a

0:39:500:39:55

headwind, the final landing.

Absolutely flawless. Lovely the way

0:39:550:40:00

everyone watching when you are

competing, they all really

0:40:000:40:04

appreciated. It is a family, they

all support each other and despite

0:40:040:40:08

the disappointment, they all support

each other even in defeat.

0:40:080:40:13

It's already being billed

as the biggest Winter Olympic Games

0:40:130:40:16

yet - there are almost 3,000

athletes from 92 countries competing

0:40:160:40:19

So where do you put them all up?

0:40:190:40:21

We sent BBC Sport's Radzi

Chinyanganya to check out

0:40:210:40:24

the facilities at the athletes'

village in Pyeongchang.

0:40:240:40:32

Each and every one of those flags

represent the country competing here

0:40:340:40:38

in the Winter Olympics and this is

the Olympic athletes village and we

0:40:380:40:42

have come to take a look around.

Genuinely no idea what goes on here,

0:40:420:40:48

all I know is it's as recreation

area. OK, this is my kind of place,

0:40:480:40:54

we have Paul, table hockey,

basically one conclusion- doesn't

0:40:540:40:58

matter what country you come from,

entertainment is a universal

0:40:580:41:01

language. Once you have to have your

arm twisted to do things and I think

0:41:010:41:06

the massage chair, you just have to

take one to the team. OK. I have

0:41:060:41:10

never sat in one of these before and

I could get used to this. It has

0:41:100:41:15

started. It is good, it is pressing

into my... O! This is... Let's never

0:41:150:41:22

move from here! With the

temperatures being officially

0:41:220:41:31

Baltic, repletion calories is inside

here, the athlete dining hall. Can't

0:41:310:41:35

go in because I am not an athlete

but it smells very good! We are in

0:41:350:41:41

part of the gym which is the cardio

focused area and this is where the

0:41:410:41:45

athlete ultimately cannot really get

much stronger off it they can

0:41:450:41:49

certainly make sure they keep things

ticking over, ready for the most

0:41:490:41:53

important of their lives. When the

GB athletes aren't competing or

0:41:530:41:58

indeed training to compete, they are

inside here, the Team GB HQ and we

0:41:580:42:04

have been invited to go inside. It

is please do not disturb, that is

0:42:040:42:09

for a good reason because the

bobsled guys have had a nap, are

0:42:090:42:13

inside there, I have been told it is

messy, it is lived in and

0:42:130:42:17

straightaway you have seen a man his

boxes. Gentleman. How are we doing?

0:42:170:42:24

Good to see you. How you feeling,

your first Winter Olympics?

Anyone

0:42:240:42:30

who is at their first, second, third

Olympics is feeling incredible right

0:42:300:42:33

now.

Your second Olympics and

Britain's the fastest man?

That is

0:42:330:42:39

nice, second Olympics, it is

exciting is the first, you want to

0:42:390:42:42

get out there, it has been such a

buildup.

It is no question about the

0:42:420:42:47

team spirit in here, you obviously

get on.

Great talks in his sleep so

0:42:470:42:50

we get on in the day...

Can I see

your helmet? This is the helmet you

0:42:500:42:58

would be wearing when you are

indeed...

When you see me rocking to

0:42:580:43:01

the block and sliding down, I will

be wearing this bad way.

You will be

0:43:010:43:06

wearing the most performance top in

your life, what is going to a head?

0:43:060:43:09

I feel good, happy, we compete

against these guys year-round soap

0:43:090:43:14

for us it is thought of that we want

to win all year but this is the big

0:43:140:43:19

one.

0:43:190:43:21

Well, that is what it is like behind

the scenes. It is always nice to get

0:43:210:43:26

a sneaky little book. And the

athletes themselves, you always

0:43:260:43:30

think it is very glamorous. You

know? There is something basic about

0:43:300:43:33

it. Basic conditions. They other two

works I suppose it keeps them

0:43:330:43:39

focused. We can show you how

Pyeongchang looks at the moment, a

0:43:390:43:43

lot has been said about how cold it

is there and we have our

0:43:430:43:47

correspondent Stephen McDonald there

looking at the geopolitical backdrop

0:43:470:43:51

happening at Pyeongchang, we have

had a significant meeting between

0:43:510:43:54

the leader of South Korea and the

sister of the leader of North Korea

0:43:540:43:58

yesterday and also the game is

getting under way and they will all

0:43:580:44:02

be competing there. Timeout is 643 a

and B were watching Breakfast. Our

0:44:020:44:07

main

0:44:070:44:11

The government says it's

reviewing its relationship

0:44:110:44:13

with Oxfam, after claims the charity

covered up a scandal

0:44:130:44:16

involving its staff in Haiti.

0:44:160:44:17

The Defence Minister has suggested

two British members of a so-called

0:44:170:44:20

Islamic State cell known

as "The Beatles" should be tried

0:44:200:44:23

at The Hague.

0:44:230:44:24

Also coming up in the programme.

0:44:240:44:26

It's a scam that's tricked

vulnerable and elderly people out

0:44:260:44:28

of thousands of pounds -

we'll hear how fraudsters

0:44:280:44:31

are pretending to be the taxman.

0:44:310:44:38

Time to talk to Nick and find out

what is happening with the weather.

0:44:430:44:47

Some snow, some sleet, more cold

weather, it's winter. For some of

0:44:470:44:57

us, a little cold. A weekend of

changeable weather on the way. We

0:44:570:45:05

will see some rain, most of us, at

some stage today. And then things

0:45:050:45:09

are going to brighten up. Tomorrow

will be much colder compared to

0:45:090:45:15

today. It will be colder winds by

the time we get to tomorrow. This is

0:45:150:45:20

is coming in. This area of cloud.

Parts of East Anglia, south-east

0:45:200:45:31

England starting the day. As we take

outbreaks of rain south eastwards.

0:45:310:45:40

For Scotland and Northern Ireland,

it will be drier for the time. If

0:45:400:45:45

you're out and about this afternoon,

this is the UK picture. A lot of

0:45:450:45:51

clear whether in Scotland. The sun

is going to be shining. There is the

0:45:510:45:56

next area of rain.

0:45:560:46:02

next area of rain. A few brighter

spells. Some outbreaks of rain

0:46:020:46:06

around. As for the temperatures

today, a cold start across the

0:46:060:46:11

eastern side of the UK. Temperature

is slow to recover.

0:46:110:46:21

is slow to recover. Another day of

Six Nations rugby action.

0:46:210:46:24

Temperature is not as low as they

have been. Quite a blustery picture

0:46:240:46:30

as well. North Wales, gusts around

60 miles an hour. Not just across

0:46:300:46:46

the hills. Parts of Scotland,

Northern Ireland, Wales, tonight,

0:46:460:46:54

some snow and ice coming in to

tomorrow morning. This is part two

0:46:540:47:03

of the weekend. Coming from the

north-westerly direction. It will be

0:47:030:47:12

colder tomorrow in the blustery

wind. That is snow. There will be

0:47:120:47:21

some snow showers as well.

0:47:210:47:26

wind. That is snow. There will be

some snow showers as well. Colder

0:47:260:47:26

tomorrow. Thanks very much, we will

see you soon.

0:47:260:47:36

We look at whether

0:47:360:47:42

-- Now it's time for Click.

0:47:420:47:43

This week they're looking

into whether there could be a bump

0:47:430:47:46

This is how a self driving

cars sees the world.

0:48:050:48:08

Lidar sensors feed the car

with a continuous 360 degree

0:48:080:48:14

view of its surroundings, along

with crucial depth information.

0:48:140:48:17

It is the key technology

for a successful autonomous drive.

0:48:170:48:23

And this week in the US,

a mighty court case has

0:48:230:48:26

begun which may take

this key away from Uber,

0:48:260:48:28

stalling its progress

towards the self driving revolution.

0:48:280:48:33

It all revolves around this man,

Antony Lewandowski, who left

0:48:330:48:41

Google's autonomous spin-off Waymo

and joined Uber a couple

0:48:450:48:47

of years ago.

0:48:470:48:55

But, undeterred, Uber continues

to look to the future

0:49:080:49:10

of transportation, which in just

a few years might look very

0:49:100:49:13

different to the way it looks now.

0:49:130:49:16

Even self driving cabs

will get stuck in jams,

0:49:170:49:23

so this is Uber's vision.

0:49:230:49:24

When you're tight

for time, go by air.

0:49:240:49:28

It's ambitious and

so is the timescale.

0:49:280:49:32

Our goal is by 2020 to launch our

first demonstrator flights in Dallas

0:49:320:49:37

and LA to show that as a concept

this can work and then work to scale

0:49:370:49:41

by 2023 and 2025,

0:49:410:49:43

so we're providing commercial

flights to a lot of our riders,

0:49:430:49:46

giving them a new way to travel.

0:49:460:49:50

One of Uber's partners,

Bell helicopters, has showed off

0:49:500:49:53

its design for a four seater cabin,

which could include a pilot.

0:49:530:49:56

Here's their 360 view,

with the alternative

0:49:560:50:00

setup, four seats, four passengers.

0:50:000:50:02

The aircraft, like our cars,

would navigate automatically.

0:50:020:50:07

It's electric with a range

of about 60 miles, they say.

0:50:070:50:14

We've seen other designs

for air taxis of late,

0:50:140:50:16

including this Chinese firm Ehang's

184, which recently shuttled actual

0:50:160:50:22

people in this autopiloted drone.

0:50:220:50:26

And this air cab by German firm

Volocopter, which uses 18 rotors

0:50:260:50:30

and nine separate battery

packs, just in case.

0:50:300:50:36

While Nasa and the FAA are working

on new traffic control

0:50:360:50:42

systems for these types of craft

in the US, it's the FAA that

0:50:420:50:46

will have to be

convinced self piloting

0:50:460:50:48

electric air cabs are safe.

0:50:480:50:52

We will ask the applicants to come

forward with their engineering

0:50:520:50:56

proposals of what tests

will they propose to do

0:50:560:50:58

so that we can ensure that

if there's a fire or a short

0:50:580:51:02

or if something goes wrong

during a flight that they can safely

0:51:020:51:05

land and get away from that aircraft

before it does damage to the people

0:51:050:51:09

onboard, or on the ground,

for that matter.

0:51:090:51:14

So will it work?

0:51:140:51:16

Here is Uber's case study.

0:51:160:51:24

We've landed in LA, traffic

is a nightmare and a taxi would take

0:51:240:51:27

us 80 minutes, whereas

the air trip to the sky

0:51:270:51:31

port, plus a small transfer,

is less than half an hour and Uber

0:51:310:51:35

said it could end up costing

about the same amount.

0:51:350:51:38

OK, there are many reasons why

self-flying electric taxis sound

0:51:380:51:41

like a good idea, but when you're

saving less than one hour,

0:51:410:51:47

Uber's dream will need to

run smoothly to deliver.

0:51:470:51:54

Apologies, Mr Simmons,

very busy airspace right now.

0:51:540:52:00

It's blade to blade up there!

0:52:000:52:02

Unfortunately the weather's

closing in, Mr Simmons.

0:52:020:52:10

I'm not quite sure we're

going to get you in tonight.

0:52:180:52:21

Really sorry.

0:52:210:52:23

We're just cleaning out the cabin.

0:52:230:52:25

You're two kilos over, I'm afraid.

0:52:250:52:28

Lose the penguin?

0:52:280:52:29

Ah, we're just recharging your taxi

at the moment, Mr Simmons.

0:52:290:52:37

It will be a while.

0:52:440:52:45

At least that last one shouldn't be

too much of a problem.

0:52:450:52:53

Uber have teamed up with EV

specialists Charge Point

0:52:570:53:04

and are predicting

a four-minute juice up time.

0:53:040:53:07

That would be special!

0:53:070:53:08

Sorry, you're running 17.5 seconds

late and the pilots had to cancel.

0:53:080:53:11

Please do book again via the app.

0:53:110:53:19

But perhaps the most challenging

part of this project is to get us,

0:53:220:53:26

the public, comfortable

with the idea of taking

0:53:260:53:28

an air taxi.

0:53:280:53:29

When we think about consumer option

of new technologies,

0:53:290:53:31

this is not a problem that is novel

or unique to travel.

0:53:310:53:34

We saw this with elevators

when they first came out

0:53:340:53:37

and actually in order to get

consumers comfortable with it

0:53:370:53:40

an elevator operator

would remain in the elevator,

0:53:400:53:42

even when it was made electronic,

just to give consumers confidence.

0:53:420:53:45

We are going to be doing the same

with autonomous vehicles now,

0:53:450:53:48

as we have safety drivers staying

in the car, explaining

0:53:480:53:51

the technology to riders,

and the same will be

0:53:510:53:54

true with our pilots.

0:53:540:54:01

We will be launching

pilots who will serve not

0:54:010:54:04

only as the operators of the flight

but as an ambassador to get riders

0:54:040:54:08

comfortable with this

new mode of transport,

0:54:080:54:09

so soon enough they'll forget

about its novelty and be back

0:54:090:54:12

to texting and making other use

of their time while in transit.

0:54:120:54:16

Just like the Uber-Waymo court case

over who owns the specialist

0:54:160:54:19

tech that makes self-driving cars

work, the creation of the flying cab

0:54:190:54:22

will no doubt have its

own dogfight in court.

0:54:220:54:25

Perhaps that's another

reason why Uber's keen

0:54:250:54:26

to get in early.

0:54:260:54:30

Flying high isn't fun

for everyone, though.

0:54:300:54:32

Acrophobia, or fear of heights,

is one of the most common phobias,

0:54:320:54:39

but this virtual reality

therapy hopes to help.

0:54:390:54:41

Sweating again.

0:54:410:54:41

Chan here can confidently fly

a plane, but when it comes

0:54:410:54:44

to heights in general

it's a different story.

0:54:440:54:46

Oh, no...

0:54:460:54:47

Oh, no, I've got to move!

0:54:470:54:49

Come back, come back.

0:54:490:54:57

No, I can't do it.

0:54:580:54:59

Come back.

0:54:590:55:00

I can't move while I'm out there.

0:55:000:55:08

I couldn't go up a ladder.

0:55:130:55:15

Just couldn't go up a ladder.

0:55:150:55:16

I couldn't go over high bridges.

0:55:160:55:18

If I drove to Wales I would go

the long way, instead

0:55:180:55:21

of going over the bridge.

0:55:210:55:23

I just don't like open heights.

0:55:230:55:25

But I can jump on an aeroplane

and fly and aeroplane.

0:55:250:55:32

That's a completely different

environment, in my head

0:55:320:55:34

Oh, God!

0:55:340:55:34

So, how are you feeling?

0:55:340:55:36

Um...anxious, sweaty.

0:55:360:55:36

Nervous.

0:55:360:55:37

Even though you've been

through the process

0:55:370:55:39

of doing this before?

0:55:390:55:41

Yeah.

0:55:410:55:49

You still feel the same

level of anxiety, or is

0:55:500:55:53

it dramatically reduced?

0:55:530:55:54

I'm way more confident.

0:55:540:56:02

I've got much more confidence

than when I did it the first time.

0:56:080:56:11

I was on holiday with some friends.

0:56:110:56:13

They were going on the

rollercoasters and I talked

0:56:130:56:16

about this VR thing we were

doing and they said I should be

0:56:160:56:19

able to go on the ride.

0:56:190:56:21

So I watched my family

and friends go round a couple

0:56:210:56:24

more times and then thought,

well, I can do this.

0:56:240:56:27

If you look to your left,

you'll see a basket of light balls.

0:56:270:56:30

What I need you to do is throw

the light balls down

0:56:300:56:33

into the atrium.

0:56:330:56:34

I think VR can treat pretty much any

type of fear or phobia.

0:56:340:56:38

It might be a fear of a cat

or spiders or dogs.

0:56:380:56:42

What VR can enable you to do

is relearn that actually

0:56:420:56:45

you are safe in those

situations you fear.

0:56:450:56:47

The beauty of VR is in

fact that disconnect.

0:56:470:56:50

When you're there, you know you're

not really in that environment

0:56:500:56:53

and that enables you to do things

you wouldn't normally do

0:56:530:56:56

in the real world.

0:56:560:56:57

But all the scientific data shows

that learning you make in VR does

0:56:570:57:00

transfer into the real world.

0:57:000:57:02

In this programme you are going

to try a series of tasks.

0:57:020:57:05

Earlier this month it was announced

the UK's National Health Service has

0:57:050:57:08

invested this idea of using virtual

reality therapy to battle severe

0:57:080:57:11

mental health issues are by putting

sufferers in a virtual environment

0:57:110:57:14

they would struggle

within the real world.

0:57:140:57:16

This immersive approach,

plus the availability of virtual

0:57:160:57:18

therapists, could more readily

provide more therapy to more people

0:57:180:57:26

it was certainly an immersive

experience. We get how this could

0:57:300:57:33

work and take you to a certain

level. In this programme, you are

0:57:330:57:41

going to try a series of tasks.

0:57:410:57:47

Earlier this month it was announced

the UK's National Health Service has

0:57:470:57:50

invested this idea of using virtual

reality therapy to battle severe

0:57:500:57:53

mental health issues are by putting

sufferers in a virtual environment

0:57:530:57:56

they would struggle

within the real world.

0:57:560:57:58

This immersive approach,

plus the availability of virtual

0:57:580:58:06

therapists, could more readily

provide more therapy to more people

0:58:150:58:18

at a lower cost.

0:58:180:58:20

At the heart of a lot of health

problems are difficulties

0:58:200:58:23

with interacting with the world

and with VR we can put

0:58:230:58:26

people back in the situations that

trouble them and coach them

0:58:260:58:29

in the best ways to think,

feel and behave in those situations.

0:58:290:58:32

We've got to test it and trial it

and make sure things work,

0:58:320:58:35

but the potential is enormous.

0:58:350:58:39

That was Lara looking at how doctors

may use virtual reality. The

0:58:390:58:47

full-length version is waiting for

you. Thank you to watching and we

0:58:470:58:52

will see you soon.

0:58:520:58:59

Hello.

1:00:171:00:17

This is Breakfast,

with Naga Munchetty and Charlie

1:00:171:00:19

Stayt.

1:00:191:00:19

The Government condemns

the "appalling abuse of vulnerable

1:00:191:00:22

people in Haiti" and says

the charity Oxfam has serious

1:00:221:00:24

questions to answer.

1:00:241:00:28

The Department for

International Development says

1:00:281:00:30

it is reviewing its work

with the organisation.

1:00:301:00:32

The charity denies

claims of a cover up.

1:00:321:00:40

Good morning, it's Saturday

the 10th of February.

1:00:451:00:48

Also this morning:

1:00:481:00:51

A government minister says

two captured members

1:00:511:00:53

of the British Islamic State cell,

nicknamed 'the Beatles' should be

1:00:531:00:56

considered for trial at the Hague.

1:00:561:01:00

Taking learning online: Why some

charities are calling for sex

1:01:001:01:04

education to be accessed

on computers instead

1:01:041:01:06

of in the classroom.

1:01:061:01:12

In sport, it's wipe-out

for the Brits on day one

1:01:121:01:15

of the Olympics.

1:01:151:01:17

All three of the medal hopes

in the snowboard slopestyle try

1:01:171:01:21

spectacular moves but

fail to make the final

1:01:211:01:23

That's Billy Morgan

falling on his final run.

1:01:231:01:28

And all eyes in terms of great

written's hopes are on Elise

1:01:281:01:33

Christie who goes on her first heat

in the speedskating later. I'll be

1:01:331:01:36

live with the latest.

1:01:361:01:38

And Nick has the weather.

1:01:381:01:40

Good morning.

1:01:401:01:41

It's the weekend so there

is another weather system

1:01:411:01:44

coming into the UK.

1:01:441:01:46

Rain at some stage

today for all of us.

1:01:461:01:49

The chance of snow,

especially later.

1:01:491:01:50

And after being less cold today,

tomorrow is much colder again.

1:01:501:01:53

I've got your full

forecast coming up.

1:01:531:01:57

First, our main story.

1:01:571:01:59

The government has condemned

the "appalling abuse of vulnerable

1:01:591:02:02

people in Haiti" and says Oxfam has

serious questions to answer over

1:02:021:02:05

claims the charity covered up

the use of prostitutes by some

1:02:051:02:08

of its staff.

1:02:081:02:09

Oxfam insists it publicised

the action it took against the aid

1:02:091:02:12

workers involved, some

of whom were fired.

1:02:121:02:15

However, the Times is reporting

several went on to work for other

1:02:151:02:18

charities, who were unaware

of their past behaviour.

1:02:181:02:21

Jessica Parker reports.

1:02:211:02:28

We need dreams. Without dreams we

get nothing.

1:02:331:02:35

An advert from the

charity giant Oxfam.

1:02:351:02:37

It got nearly £32 million

from the UK Department

1:02:371:02:40

for International Development

in the last financial year.

1:02:401:02:42

But amid the sexual exploitation

scandal, the government said

1:02:421:02:44

last night:

1:02:441:02:47

The allegations surround

the behaviour of aid workers

1:02:541:02:58

here in Haiti, following

the devastating earthquake in 2010.

1:02:581:03:01

A Times newspaper investigation

found inappropriate behaviour,

1:03:011:03:04

including the use of prostitutes.

1:03:041:03:08

The charity has denied a cover-up

and said it publicly announced

1:03:081:03:11

an enquiry into the claims in 2011.

1:03:111:03:13

It said the behaviour of some

of its staff had been totally

1:03:131:03:18

unacceptable, but that allegations

of underage girls may have been

1:03:181:03:21

involved were not proven.

1:03:211:03:23

Four staff members were dismissed

and three were allowed to resign

1:03:231:03:26

as part of the internal

investigation.

1:03:261:03:29

But today, the Times reports fresh

claims that Oxfam failed to warn

1:03:291:03:32

other aid agencies about the staff,

so allowing them to take other jobs

1:03:321:03:36

in the sector.

1:03:361:03:38

Do you actually know

where these people are?

1:03:381:03:40

I don't know!

1:03:401:03:41

Do you know that

they're not working?

1:03:411:03:42

I would not know because I've been

out of Oxfam for five years.

1:03:421:03:46

You would have to ask

somebody else that.

1:03:461:03:48

There is wide acknowledgement that

hundreds of Oxfam staff have done no

1:03:481:03:51

wrong, but the charity does now face

serious questions about its past

1:03:511:03:55

and what that means for its future.

1:03:551:03:57

Jessica Parker, BBC News.

1:03:571:04:05

The North Korean leader has invited

the South Korean president to meet

1:04:071:04:11

him at the first available time.

1:04:111:04:14

The meeting is seen as a direct

challenge to the Trump

1:04:141:04:17

administration, which had urged

caution rather than engagement

1:04:171:04:19

with the North.

1:04:191:04:22

The Defence Minister Tobias Ellwood

has suggested two members

1:04:221:04:24

of the so-called Islamic State group

who are from London should be tried

1:04:241:04:28

at the International

Criminal Court in The Hague.

1:04:281:04:30

The BBC understands that the two,

who were part of a unit thought

1:04:301:04:34

to have murdered 27 hostages,

have been stripped of their British

1:04:341:04:37

citizenship.

1:04:371:04:37

Our political correspondent

Chris Mason reports.

1:04:371:04:40

This is Tobias Ellwood.

1:04:401:04:43

He was called a hero after giving

first aid to PC Keith Palmer,

1:04:431:04:47

the policeman stabbed to death

in the Westminster terror

1:04:471:04:49

attack last year.

1:04:491:04:50

He also lost his brother

in a terrorist attack

1:04:501:04:53

in Bali in 2002.

1:04:531:04:57

Now, Mr Ellwood, a defence minister,

has intervened over what will happen

1:04:571:05:00

over these men - Alexanda Kotey

and El Shafee Elsheikh.

1:05:001:05:06

They were part of a gang suspected

of murdering Alan Henning,

1:05:061:05:10

a driver and aid worker from Eccles,

and David Haines, a long-time aide

1:05:101:05:14

worker from Perth.

1:05:141:05:18

In interviews with the Times

and the Daily Telegraph,

1:05:181:05:23

Tobias Ellwood demands what he calls

an agreed international process

1:05:231:05:26

for captured fighters.

1:05:261:05:34

Guantanamo Bay created a new

combatant status that I passed the

1:05:351:05:40

Geneva Convention, used to torture

and failed to address a wider global

1:05:401:05:44

jihadist insurgency that continues

today. He added:

1:05:441:05:46

Last month, President Trump said

he was keeping Guantanamo Bay open.

1:05:571:06:01

A decision is yet to be made

about what will happen

1:06:011:06:04

to Alexanda Kotey and

El Shafee Elsheikh.

1:06:041:06:06

Chris Mason, BBC News.

1:06:061:06:10

Survivors of sexual abuse

in the Church of England are holding

1:06:101:06:13

a protest this morning at a meeting

of the General Synod,

1:06:131:06:16

as the church faces criticism over

how it deals with complaints.

1:06:161:06:19

It comes as fresh information has

been passed to police in the case

1:06:191:06:23

of a bishop accused 60 years

after his death of sexual abuse.

1:06:231:06:26

Here's our religion

editor Martin Bashir.

1:06:261:06:29

Scholar, priest and champion

of the oppressed.

1:06:291:06:31

George Bell served as Bishop

of Chichester for 30 years,

1:06:311:06:35

until his death in 1958.

1:06:351:06:39

But his reputation was tainted two

years ago when it was revealed

1:06:391:06:42

the Church had paid this woman

almost £17,000 following claims

1:06:421:06:45

she had been abused by him.

1:06:451:06:53

Friends of Bell demanded to know how

the Church came to believe

1:06:531:06:57

the complainant, and an independent

review led by the barrister

1:06:571:07:03

Lord Carlisle described the Church's

processes as "inadequate" and "too

1:07:031:07:05

willing to believe the accuser".

1:07:051:07:09

But while the church accepted

the report's recommendations,

1:07:091:07:13

the Archbishop of Canterbury,

Justin Welby, said a cloud was left

1:07:131:07:16

over the reputation of Bishop Bell.

1:07:161:07:18

His comments infuriated

supporters of the Bishop.

1:07:181:07:21

During his speech at the Church's

ruling synod yesterday,

1:07:211:07:24

the Archbishop made only

the briefest of references

1:07:241:07:26

to the issue of abuse.

1:07:261:07:28

Our approach to safeguarding

needs culture change.

1:07:281:07:34

At Church House later this morning,

a large gathering of survivors

1:07:341:07:37

will confront members

of General Synod as they arrive

1:07:371:07:39

for their final session.

1:07:391:07:42

The latest figures show

that the Church of England dealt

1:07:421:07:44

with more than 3,000 issues

of safeguarding during 2016,

1:07:441:07:47

with 18% involving clergy.

1:07:471:07:48

Martin Bashir, BBC News.

1:07:481:07:56

A second member of staff

at the White House has resigned over

1:07:571:08:01

allegations of domestic abuse.

1:08:011:08:02

The former wife of speech writer,

David Sorensen, claimed

1:08:021:08:04

he was violent and abusive

during their marriage,

1:08:041:08:06

something he denies.

1:08:061:08:07

Earlier, Donald Trump was criticised

for publicly praising another aide,

1:08:071:08:10

Rob Porter, who stepped down over

accusations of abuse made

1:08:101:08:13

by his two ex-wives.

1:08:131:08:19

A convicted killer who drove his car

over a woman as she tried

1:08:191:08:23

to stop him stealing her handbag has

gone on the run after he was freed

1:08:231:08:31

from prison on licence.

1:08:321:08:33

Mark Woolley was jailed for life

at the Old Bailey in 2001

1:08:331:08:36

for the murder of costume

designer Elizabeth Sherlock

1:08:361:08:38

and was released in November.

1:08:381:08:40

Scotland Yard says he was last seen

at a probation meeting

1:08:401:08:43

in East London ten days ago.

1:08:431:08:44

Gerry Adams, one of

the longest-serving party leaders

1:08:441:08:47

in the world, will step down

as president of Sinn Fein today.

1:08:471:08:50

After more than 34 years

in the post, he will be replaced

1:08:501:08:53

by Mary Lou McDonald at a specially

convened party conference in Dublin.

1:08:531:08:56

Our Ireland correspondent

Chris Page reports.

1:08:561:08:58

Mary Lou McDonald is set to be

the new leader of Irish

1:08:581:09:01

Republicanism.

1:09:011:09:01

Her party is the second-biggest

in Northern Ireland and the third

1:09:011:09:04

largest in the Republic of Ireland.

1:09:041:09:07

Sinn Fein wants to be in government

in Stormont and Dublin,

1:09:071:09:10

and it believes that will help

towards its ultimate goal

1:09:101:09:13

of Irish unity.

1:09:131:09:17

But for years, Republicans tried

to achieve that aim through bombs

1:09:171:09:20

and bullets with Sinn Fein

being seen as the political wing

1:09:201:09:23

of the IRA.

1:09:231:09:28

Gerry Adams always denied

being in the paramilitary

1:09:281:09:30

organisation but security sources

believe he was a senior IRA man.

1:09:301:09:37

During more than three decades

as Sinn Fein president,

1:09:371:09:40

he led the Republican

movement away from violence

1:09:401:09:42

and into the peace process.

1:09:421:09:44

How are you doing?

Nice to meet you.

1:09:441:09:46

Mary Lou McDonald is from a very

different background.

1:09:461:09:49

She grew up in an affluent suburb

of Dublin and has no direct

1:09:491:09:52

experience of the Northern

Ireland conflict.

1:09:521:09:53

Although not particularly well

known outside Ireland,

1:09:531:09:55

she has had a leading role

in the Irish parliament for several

1:09:551:09:59

years and has become known

for robust performances.

1:09:591:10:01

She was the only candidate

to put her name forward to succeed

1:10:011:10:04

Gerry Adams and has already

indicated she will do

1:10:041:10:07

things her way.

1:10:071:10:07

I won't fill Gerry's shoes.

1:10:071:10:09

But the news is that

I brought my own.

1:10:091:10:16

She will be installed as leader

at a special party conference

1:10:161:10:18

in Dublin today, but her first major

challenge will be in Belfast

1:10:181:10:21

where talks to restore the devolved

government are expected to reach

1:10:211:10:24

a crunch point next week.

1:10:241:10:26

Chris Page, BBC News.

1:10:261:10:33

It's New York Fashion Week,

but it's not just models

1:10:331:10:36

and stylists

who are trying to look their best.

1:10:361:10:44

This is the New York

Pet Fashion Show.

1:10:461:10:50

It saw the catwalk turn into a dog

walk, as these rather fashionable

1:10:501:10:54

canines showed off their outfits.

1:10:541:10:57

and presumably their owners are

dressed up brother elaborately as

1:10:571:11:00

well.

How about that one?

1:11:001:11:02

That's just frightening... The few

words spring to mind. There we go.

1:11:021:11:10

Practical out where for dogs. --

outdoor wear. We will have more on

1:11:101:11:19

the developments coming out of North

and South Korea later and also some

1:11:191:11:25

of the action from the Winter

Olympics. That's coming up later.

1:11:251:11:28

Children must have access to online

sex education because they are too

1:11:281:11:31

embarrassed to discuss

relationships in the classroom.

1:11:311:11:33

That's according to

a group of charities.

1:11:331:11:36

Their warning comes

as the Government faces growing

1:11:361:11:38

calls to roll out compulsory

lessons in schools.

1:11:381:11:41

So how would it work in practice?

1:11:411:11:44

CBBC and Radio one presenter

Katie Thistleton has written

1:11:441:11:51

an advice book for teenagers

and joins us in the studio,

1:11:511:11:54

and Catherine Barker

from The Family Stability Network

1:11:541:11:57

is in our London newsroom.

1:11:571:11:58

Thank you to joining us. You are

talking to people on your radio

1:11:581:12:03

show, anonymously or not people are

sending in questions about for

1:12:031:12:07

example sex. And a lot of the time I

imagine people are embarrassed about

1:12:071:12:16

saying and asking, exposing their

ignorance of the subject.

Certainly.

1:12:161:12:20

We do different topics every week on

BBC Radio one. We might do skin one

1:12:201:12:27

week, relationships another and

certainly when we do sex we probably

1:12:271:12:31

get the most calls

1:12:311:12:38

get the most calls and texts, mostly

anonymous.

It begs the question how

1:12:381:12:44

in-school anyone could feel

comfortable, or children could feel

1:12:441:12:48

comfortable, about the in the hole

to speak about this openly.

I

1:12:481:12:51

certainly never did when we did sex

education. We had a box we could put

1:12:511:12:56

a question into, but I remember when

the teacher read out my question I

1:12:561:13:01

went bright red and one probably

knew it was me anyway. So you don't

1:13:011:13:05

feel comfortable and I think that's

why people learn about sex from

1:13:051:13:09

other places.

Dealing with some of

the practicalities, this notion of

1:13:091:13:12

getting good sex advice online,

that's a little bit of a minefield,

1:13:121:13:18

isn't it? The notion of searching

for something.

There are inherently

1:13:181:13:21

risks. Yes. People are definitely

already looking online. We've done

1:13:211:13:28

recent research and 58% of 14 to 17

-year-olds said, we are already

1:13:281:13:34

looking online for relationship

information. So they are looking and

1:13:341:13:39

they are finding all sorts of

unhelpful and unhealthy information

1:13:391:13:42

and that's why we believe the family

stability network, along with our

1:13:421:13:49

partner organisations, it is an

important there is good information

1:13:491:13:53

available. We run a website called

Status and that serves 16 to 25

1:13:531:14:00

-year-olds, it is getting very

popular. We are reaching 140,000

1:14:001:14:05

people a week and we find they

really want to know more and they

1:14:051:14:10

have Sony questions. I will just

pick up on the point that Katie just

1:14:101:14:13

made. We had a piece recently, a

blog, I think it was called the time

1:14:131:14:22

when I discovered sex in real life

isn't like born. We had a massive

1:14:221:14:26

take-up on that article and people

were reading it for five minutes,

1:14:261:14:30

which in for young people is a long

time. But they didn't share read on

1:14:301:14:35

social media. It was a private space

for private consumption, but we've

1:14:351:14:39

got to give them stuff because

that's where they are looking.

What

1:14:391:14:42

does this look like? You go to

school and have sex education and

1:14:421:14:46

your teacher says, right, you can go

online and go here and this will

1:14:461:14:51

help you because?

What we want to do

is we know that 77% of 14 to

1:14:511:15:00

-year-olds 17 say that they want to

have lasting relationships in adult

1:15:001:15:03

life and 72% say they want to be

taught about it at school, but we

1:15:031:15:09

know that teachers are under

tremendous pressure to do so much

1:15:091:15:12

and covers so many topics, that

while the classroom absolutely is so

1:15:121:15:16

important to be a place where you

can actually discuss things in the

1:15:161:15:20

right way, with the right resources,

you don't want to just leave it

1:15:201:15:25

there. You want young people to be

able to go and look somewhere else.

1:15:251:15:29

You know they are going to, so to be

able to say, try this website or

1:15:291:15:34

that website, this is where you can

get really solid evidence -based

1:15:341:15:37

information, then we could make a

massive difference. I'm healthy

1:15:371:15:41

relationships in our society are

causing such dreadful impacts on our

1:15:411:15:46

general health, mental health in

particular that we really need to be

1:15:461:15:49

able to offer them the information

they are looking for.

1:15:491:15:57

Are their age sensitive visit --

sensitivities about this? Is there

1:15:591:16:02

an age that is too young?

There is,

when it comes to gory details. In my

1:16:021:16:14

Burke, it is ten, 11, 12 -year-olds.

We've covered confusion about

1:16:141:16:20

sexuality. Puberty.

1:16:201:16:25

We've covered confusion about

sexuality. Puberty. Whereas on the

1:16:251:16:28

life hacks, we will be speaking to

university students. A 16-year-old

1:16:281:16:33

would think they have very little in

common with a 10-year-old. I think

1:16:331:16:41

it is about signposting those

websites. If they are getting the

1:16:411:16:46

right information, still better than

them watching pornography or getting

1:16:461:16:51

the wrong information. They are

going to find out about these

1:16:511:16:55

things. Like Catherine said,

something I am passionate about. Not

1:16:551:17:00

only teaching people to have safe

sex, but teaching them how to be

1:17:001:17:05

happy as well. We need to teach them

about consent and sex, low

1:17:051:17:12

self-esteem, things like that. Those

are the questions that people don't

1:17:121:17:18

ask in classrooms. That's why they

come to us, or on the radio, they go

1:17:181:17:23

on line to find the answers.

Thank

you very much for joining us.

1:17:231:17:34

you very much for joining us. It's

certainly not a day to leap out of

1:17:371:17:40

bed and think, I'm going

1:17:401:17:42

certainly not a day to leap out of

bed and think, I'm going to have a

1:17:421:17:42

brisk walk. You might pull the

curtains back slightly and lay down

1:17:421:17:47

a little bit longer. Some rain at

some stage today.

1:17:471:17:59

some stage today. Tomorrow, it will

be colder tomorrow. The showers

1:17:591:18:01

coming through tomorrow will be

increasingly sleet, snow, hail as

1:18:011:18:05

well. More of a wintry flavour.

Let's take a look at that weather

1:18:051:18:12

system -- weather system coming into

the UK. This area of cloud, which is

1:18:121:18:19

the weather system coming in. Maybe

a bit of sunshine for a time this

1:18:191:18:24

morning before the cloud increases.

Outbreaks of rain spreading.

1:18:241:18:31

Clearing from Scotland and Northern

Ireland for a time. If you are out

1:18:311:18:36

and about this afternoon, let me

show you things at three o'clock

1:18:361:18:39

when we see so much. There will be

some sunshine. Just the odd shower

1:18:391:18:46

dotted about the north-west. Drier

for a time.

1:18:461:18:55

for a time. Still some patchy

outbreaks of rain to the East

1:18:551:18:58

Midlands and East Anglia. It is a

cold start across the eastern side

1:18:581:19:04

of the UK. Just around seven

degrees. Parts of south-west

1:19:041:19:11

England, 12 degrees. Quite a strong

south-westerly wind. Here is how it

1:19:111:19:18

is looking at

1:19:181:19:19

for England and Wales overnight,

that wind will get stronger. Maybe

1:19:251:19:29

up to 60 miles per hour. More wet

weather, turning to snow at

1:19:291:19:34

relatively low levels. Snow showers

following where it will turn frosty

1:19:341:19:42

and icy going into tomorrow morning.

A little less cold tomorrow night.

1:19:421:19:48

For part two of the weekend

tomorrow, coming from a

1:19:481:19:53

north-westerly direction. It is a

colder direction tomorrow. It is

1:19:531:19:57

going to feel colder. There is more

clear whether around. Wintry showers

1:19:571:20:06

tomorrow, sleet, snow, hail and

temperatures topping out lower

1:20:061:20:09

compared to today. When these

showers move through, it will be

1:20:091:20:16

even colder. Colder still when you

factor in the wind. There isn't

1:20:161:20:20

anything warmer

1:20:201:20:20

factor in the wind. There isn't

anything warmer in the forecast.

1:20:201:20:22

Thank you very much.

1:20:221:20:28

Fraudsters are regularly coming up

with new ways to rip people off,

1:20:281:20:31

and there are warnings this morning

about the latest phone scam

1:20:311:20:34

which is conning people out

of thousands of pounds.

1:20:341:20:37

Vulnerable and elderly people

are being targeted by a caller

1:20:371:20:39

who tells them they owe

money to the taxman.

1:20:391:20:42

They're then told they can pay it

off using iTunes vouchers.

1:20:421:20:44

It may sound strange,

but people seem to be

1:20:441:20:46

falling for it.

1:20:461:20:47

Here to tell us more

is Angela MacDonald

1:20:471:20:49

from Her Majesty's

Revenue and Customs.

1:20:491:20:54

Do you want to take us through? You

got examples of people have ended up

1:20:541:21:00

out of pocket.

1:21:001:21:07

out of pocket.

Someone will ring

pretending to be HMRC, saying you

1:21:071:21:11

are lost tax and if you don't play

it straightaway, we will be taking

1:21:111:21:15

you to court. We will ask you to --

they will ask you to tap attack --

1:21:151:21:21

pay of the tax bill by purchasing

some iTunes vouchers and reading out

1:21:211:21:25

the redemption code and then that

fraudster will buy goods with those

1:21:251:21:31

iTunes codes or sell them on. The

fraud is untraceable and people are

1:21:311:21:36

losing thousands of pounds.

What

numbers are we talking about?

Action

1:21:361:21:41

Ford tell us about 1500 people have

fallen victim to this fraud. The

1:21:411:21:47

average person is over 65 and the

average loss is about £1150 although

1:21:471:21:52

very sadly in recent weeks, we heard

of 181-year-old gentleman lost

1:21:521:21:59

£20,000 to this scan.

The numbers

are horrific. As someone

1:21:591:22:08

representing HMRC, let's get this

message out loud and clear. HMRC

1:22:081:22:13

will not call someone and say, you

need to pay your tax bill over the

1:22:131:22:17

phone now.

We may well ring you and

ask you to pay your tax bill over

1:22:171:22:23

the phone but never in iTunes

vouchers.

If you ring someone up and

1:22:231:22:28

say, you are lost tax, what should

you offer in terms of identification

1:22:281:22:33

so that someone can know that it is

you? What information should you

1:22:331:22:38

already have?

We will ring you and

ask you to identify, to make sure we

1:22:381:22:44

are speaking to the right person.

1:22:441:22:53

are speaking to the right person. If

it is not that person, put the phone

1:22:531:22:56

down, look up our telephone number.

The problem is, con artists are good

1:22:561:23:01

at this. Watches the end of the

phone no?

They should know, about

1:23:011:23:13

your tax situation. They shouldn't

be asking general questions. They

1:23:131:23:18

should know exactly what kind of

person you are. They should

1:23:181:23:23

certainly know what your current

income is. You should be to ask

1:23:231:23:27

enough questions to know you are

talking to the right person. We will

1:23:271:23:32

always be will about ringing you out

of the blue.

People will be

1:23:321:23:40

thinking, how do they get these

numbers in the first place? Is there

1:23:401:23:46

information coming from HMRC on

which the fraudsters are basing

1:23:461:23:51

those calls? Are they calling

someone, saying they have

1:23:511:23:56

information.

It is completely

random.

1:23:561:24:06

random. Electoral roll information,

which gives your personal address,

1:24:091:24:14

your phone numbers, the information

that 70 people Place on line about

1:24:141:24:17

their personal circumstances, you

can go on to somewhere like

1:24:171:24:22

LinkedIn, find out what is this you

are in. A tremendous amount of

1:24:221:24:26

information is available but an

awful lot of this stuff is charts.

1:24:261:24:30

You may well have had a text or an

email saying we are your tax refund,

1:24:301:24:37

which is usually a phishing email.

On average, those fraudsters will

1:24:371:24:45

manage to find a person.

You

mentioned it is sometimes the case.

1:24:451:24:52

They will make a phone call to the

individual. Somebody gets a phone

1:24:521:24:57

call.

1:24:571:25:02

call. Legitimately, the person

responding says what? Prove to me

1:25:031:25:06

you are what you say you are?

How do

you do that? I would suggest that

1:25:061:25:11

you should be asking specific

information to your tax and your

1:25:111:25:18

circumstances. If that person is

genuine on the other end of the

1:25:181:25:22

phone, they will not be making

general questions.

Putting the phone

1:25:221:25:28

down on HMRC, would that get you in

trouble?

If you explain the fact

1:25:281:25:33

that you are anxious about who we

say we are, we will be happy for you

1:25:331:25:37

to put the phone down and ring is

back, that will not be a problem.

1:25:371:25:42

When this is happening, it's

happening enough for you to come on

1:25:421:25:45

the programme and talk about it,

what do you then say to retailers?

1:25:451:25:49

One gentleman, he went to Tesco.

This is where you can buy iTunes

1:25:491:25:55

vouchers. What about the

relationship you have with

1:25:551:25:59

retailers? Do you say to them, we

need to work together and say we

1:25:591:26:05

should be observant of people? It's

not a normal thing. £500 of iTunes

1:26:051:26:15

vouchers from Tesco?

Just recently,

I've written to the chief

1:26:151:26:27

I've written to the chief executives

and raised awareness with staff

1:26:271:26:28

about this kind of scan. Actually, a

couple of colleagues in Tesco's have

1:26:281:26:34

already intervened with a particular

customer when a customer wanted to

1:26:341:26:39

buy £2000 worth of vouchers. That

person ask the questions and that

1:26:391:26:45

sale didn't go through. We are

getting massive support from the

1:26:451:26:49

supermarkets. I've already had reply

from ASDA.

Really interesting

1:26:491:26:55

talking to you. If in doubt, put the

phone down. You will not get in

1:26:551:27:04

trouble.

1:27:041:27:08

How should we pay for our car parks?

1:27:081:27:10

In Liverpool personal trainers,

professional photographers and tour

1:27:101:27:13

guides will soon have to pay

around £150 for a permit

1:27:131:27:16

if they want to use the city's

recreational areas.

1:27:161:27:19

At a time of squeezed local

authority budgets and rising

1:27:191:27:21

council tax, should businesses

who profit from using the spaces

1:27:211:27:24

contribute, or does this go

against the principle of open

1:27:241:27:27

access for all?

1:27:271:27:28

Claire Fallon is in Princes Park

in Liverpool this morning.

1:27:281:27:34

It is a chilly morning. I'm not sure

how many job as you have seen but

1:27:341:27:39

this is a space for all.

Already,

one jogger in one dog walker. As the

1:27:391:27:47

sun goes up this morning, we will

see this park in all its glory. Even

1:27:471:27:51

if the weather is not particularly

glorious this morning. The pet --

1:27:511:27:58

the principle behind our publicly

owned parks is that it is free for

1:27:581:28:02

the public to use. Keeping them

looking good does cost money.

1:28:021:28:07

Keeping them safe as well. Money has

been an issue to local councils in

1:28:071:28:15

recent years. Finding the same

things as they did before. Here in

1:28:151:28:23

Liverpool, they are thinking about

bringing in this permit system. This

1:28:231:28:28

does not apply to job is out on a

Saturday morning, people having a

1:28:281:28:31

picnic in the park. It does apply to

people who make money in the parks.

1:28:311:28:39

It would apply for people who are

personal trainers, people running

1:28:391:28:45

Boot Camp sessions. We should say

there are a couple of exemptions.

1:28:451:28:53

Dog walkers will not be charged, nor

will people doing park runs

1:28:531:28:58

sessions. We will talk to some of

the people who are affected.

1:28:581:29:06

Coming up in the next half hour.

1:29:061:29:08

After the amazing spectacle

of the opening ceremony,

1:29:081:29:10

the real competition has begun -

we'll speak to Olympic figure

1:29:101:29:13

skating champion, Robin Cousins,

about who to look out for.

1:29:131:29:21

Hello, this is Breakfast,

with Naga Munchetty and Charlie

1:30:071:30:09

Stayt.

1:30:091:30:10

Here's a summary of today's main

stories from BBC News.

1:30:101:30:16

The North Korean leader Kim Jong-un

has invited the South Korean

1:30:161:30:19

president to visit him

at the earliest date possible.

1:30:191:30:22

The invitation was given

by the sister of the North Korean

1:30:221:30:25

leader during a historic meeting

between the two sides in Seoul.

1:30:251:30:31

Lets get more from our

correspondent, who is in Pyeongchang

1:30:311:30:35

this morning. We saw the handshake

during the Olympic ceremony, which

1:30:351:30:42

everyone thought was significant in

itself. But what happens now is

1:30:421:30:49

quite annexed ordinary development?

Yes, absolutely huge news at

1:30:491:30:56

Pyeongchang. We've heard this

invitation has come from the North

1:30:561:31:01

Korean leader, for the South Korean

leader to visit him, and this was

1:31:011:31:05

hand delivered by his sister. She

went into this meeting at the Blue

1:31:051:31:13

House, where the president is in

South Korea, carrying a folder and

1:31:131:31:17

we thought it was some sort of a

message and indeed it was a written

1:31:171:31:21

message from the North Korean

leader, inviting his South Korean

1:31:211:31:27

counterpart to visit him. Apparently

Moon Jae-in said to the North

1:31:271:31:33

Koreans, we think you should try to

have more engagement with the United

1:31:331:31:36

States. As to whether that could

possibly happen, it seems pretty

1:31:361:31:43

tough, even Mike Pence, the vice

president, came to the Games, urging

1:31:431:31:54

the South not to up its

communication with the North. He

1:31:541:31:59

effectively ignored the North

Koreans at the Opening Ceremony. Kim

1:31:591:32:03

Jong-un's sister was sitting right

behind him. He could have turned

1:32:031:32:08

around and shook her hand, but if

done everything possible to avoid

1:32:081:32:12

contact with the North Koreans. So I

am not sure they will be very happy

1:32:121:32:17

about this invitation and I would

expect that it won't be long before

1:32:171:32:20

Donald Trump tweets about this, that

we hear from the Trump

1:32:201:32:27

administration, especially given

they've said they don't want this

1:32:271:32:29

meeting to take place. I guess the

idea of Moon Jae-in then travelling

1:32:291:32:33

to North Korea, I assumed they

wouldn't like that either.

Just to

1:32:331:32:37

be clear about this, the specifics

of what we know about the invitation

1:32:371:32:43

is they are saying the earliest date

possible. This isn't something in

1:32:431:32:48

the distant future, it is

effectively laying down the gauntlet

1:32:481:32:53

and saying, let's do this and let's

do this soon.

Absolutely. And, you

1:32:531:33:01

know, critics of the engagement

policy would say it's only because

1:33:011:33:05

the sanctions have been working,

that's why the North is reaching

1:33:051:33:08

out. Moon Jae-in would say, I was

elected on a platform of engagement

1:33:081:33:13

with the North, trying to talk to

them. I don't care whether sanctions

1:33:131:33:17

brought them about or not. If I have

a chance to talk to them at will. I

1:33:171:33:22

think there's a good chance he will

accept it and as you say at the

1:33:221:33:26

earliest possible convenience. It

doesn't mean next year or in two

1:33:261:33:29

years, it sounds like the North is

hoping this will happen very

1:33:291:33:33

quickly. Here at the Winter Olympics

we could be seeing a change an

1:33:331:33:37

unfolding before us. I shouldn't

overplay it because in the past

1:33:371:33:42

there has been contact between the

North and South Korean leaders, in

1:33:421:33:46

years gone by. And it's really come

to nothing. However, given the

1:33:461:33:53

enormously tense relationship on the

Korean Peninsula in recent years,

1:33:531:33:57

this is a huge shift we are seeing

right now.

Thank you very much for

1:33:571:34:01

that. That was Steven McDonnell

reporting from South Korea at the

1:34:011:34:07

Winter Olympics. And of course we

will have some of the details from

1:34:071:34:11

the sporting event coming up soon.

1:34:111:34:13

The government has condemned

the "appalling abuse of vulnerable

1:34:131:34:15

people in Haiti" and says Oxfam has

serious questions to answer over

1:34:151:34:18

claims the charity covered up

the use of prostitutes by some

1:34:181:34:21

of its staff.

1:34:211:34:22

Oxfam insists it publicised

the action it took against the aid

1:34:221:34:25

workers involved, some

of whom were fired.

1:34:251:34:27

However, the Times is reporting

several went on to work for other

1:34:271:34:30

charities, who were unaware

of their past behaviour.

1:34:301:34:35

The Defence Minister,

Tobias Ellwood, has suggested two

1:34:351:34:37

members of the so-called

Islamic State group,

1:34:371:34:39

who are from London, should be tried

at the International Criminal Court

1:34:391:34:42

in The Hague.

1:34:421:34:45

The BBC understands Alexanda Kotey

and El Shafee Elsheikh,

1:34:451:34:48

whose unit is thought to have

murdered 27 hostages,

1:34:481:34:50

have been stripped of their

British citizenship.

1:34:501:34:56

The Syrian fighters who captured

them say they're yet to receive

1:34:561:34:59

a request from any country

to hand them over.

1:34:591:35:04

A second member of staff

at the White House has resigned over

1:35:041:35:07

allegations of domestic abuse.

1:35:071:35:12

The former wife of speech writer

David Sorensen claimed

1:35:121:35:14

he was violent and abusive

during their marriage,

1:35:141:35:16

something he denies.

1:35:161:35:17

Earlier, Donald Trump was criticised

for publicly praising another aide,

1:35:171:35:20

Rob Porter, who stepped down over

accusations of abuse made

1:35:201:35:23

by his two ex-wives.

1:35:231:35:24

A convicted killer who drove his car

over a woman as she tried

1:35:241:35:27

to stop him stealing her handbag has

gone on the run after he was freed

1:35:271:35:31

from prison on licence.

1:35:311:35:32

Mark Woolley was jailed for life

at the Old Bailey in 2001

1:35:321:35:36

for the murder of costume

designer Elizabeth Sherlock

1:35:361:35:38

and was released in November.

1:35:381:35:40

Scotland Yard says he was last seen

at a probation meeting

1:35:401:35:43

in East London ten days ago.

1:35:431:35:45

Gerry Adams, one of the longest

serving party leaders in the world,

1:35:451:35:48

will step down as President

of Sinn Fein today.

1:35:481:35:51

After more than 34 years

in the post, he will be replaced

1:35:511:35:54

by Mary Lou McDonald at a specially

convened party conference in Dublin.

1:35:541:35:57

Her first major challenge will be

in Northern Ireland,

1:35:571:36:00

where talks to restore the devolved

government are due to conclude next

1:36:001:36:03

week.

1:36:031:36:08

Those are the main stories this

morning.

1:36:081:36:11

We've been blessed this morning. The

Winter Olympics does throw up these

1:36:111:36:16

amazing images.

Fantastic. I was just trying to put

1:36:161:36:21

myself in the minds of the

slopestyle snowboarders who have

1:36:211:36:24

spent many years perfecting their

rotations.

1:36:241:36:28

These are the leaps they do into the

air.

1:36:281:36:32

They spent four years getting to

that moment and it all comes down to

1:36:321:36:36

the second when they land. If they

land fine you might get a medal and

1:36:361:36:40

get into the final, at all the Brits

failed. Disappointment for the three

1:36:401:36:45

Brits in the slopestyle this

morning.

1:36:451:36:47

With the numbers, when you say

14:40, four times 360 degrees. That

1:36:471:36:56

puts it into perspective.

Amazing. It must affect your site

1:36:561:37:00

and vision. Incredible.

Another event under way is the

1:37:001:37:05

skiathlon. We will find out how

Annika Taylor is getting on in that.

1:37:051:37:14

In Pyeongchang over the next hour

and also somewhere down

1:37:141:37:17

there is Breakfast's Kat Downes.

1:37:171:37:19

I love your hat! It looks great.

Much needed.

Thank you very much.

1:37:191:37:27

Can you cheer us up after what

happened this morning in the

1:37:271:37:31

slopestyle? The Brits couldn't nail

the landings.

I know and as you say

1:37:311:37:36

it does all come down to those

landings. It's just because those

1:37:361:37:39

landings. They are all a bit

philosophical about it. It is all or

1:37:391:37:44

nothing when it comes to slopestyle

and unfortunately for the Brits it

1:37:441:37:49

came to nothing. But some of them do

have big air, another comp addition

1:37:491:37:56

to come, and they should do well in

that as long as they nail those

1:37:561:38:00

landings -- competition. It is a bit

of a bad start for Team GB,

1:38:001:38:06

especially after the bars of the

Opening Ceremony that we had last

1:38:061:38:09

night. Robin car is

1:38:091:38:16

night. Robin car is in-- Cousins is

alongside me. Did it bring back some

1:38:161:38:20

fond memories?

Every Olympics you go

to, you get that tingle on the back

1:38:201:38:25

of your neck when the athletes and

tell. There's something about it. It

1:38:251:38:29

is a unique environment. I thought

the ceremony was wonderful last

1:38:291:38:33

night. A great balance between the

pomp and circumstance. A wonderful

1:38:331:38:38

spectacle. I was loving the

detailing of the costuming and the

1:38:381:38:42

way the props were used and I used

the words Carmen and serene, which

1:38:421:38:46

isn't normal for an Opening Ceremony

-- calm.

And we kind of come

1:38:461:38:55

crashing back down to work because

Jamie Nicholls didn't go so well.

1:38:551:38:58

His first run when Tokay, didn't get

the marquee was hoping for, the

1:38:581:39:02

second one he had a crash. And Billy

Morgan finished his second run on

1:39:021:39:06

his back. How do Team GB pick

themselves back up after a

1:39:061:39:11

disappointing opening morning?

Literally they will. It's the

1:39:111:39:14

jeopardy of winter sports. Nobody

has run the slope or a skate on the

1:39:141:39:21

ice rink where mistakes don't

happen. It's not unique or unusual.

1:39:211:39:24

You just don't want them to happen

at the Olympics, but they do. And

1:39:241:39:31

they have. There's another event in

a few days. You get back on to

1:39:311:39:36

Twitter and is a portal frames. --

support your friends. They will

1:39:361:39:43

boost due to the next one and that's

the beauty of the team spirit and

1:39:431:39:48

that's what's great, whether it is

Team GB or whoever it is. There is

1:39:481:39:53

this interaction and social media

really helps each other boost

1:39:531:39:56

themselves along. They may be miles

away in a different venue but you

1:39:561:40:03

can let your mates know you are

thinking of them. Where it becomes

1:40:031:40:07

Olympic is it doesn't matter what

cameraderie you have, and it is your

1:40:071:40:15

turn, everyone else is done, you

don't want to know, it was you spend

1:40:151:40:19

your life preparing for this moment.

And for some people the smallest and

1:40:191:40:24

the most minute of mistakes is the

difference between being on a podium

1:40:241:40:28

and not qualifying for a final.

And

one woman who knows all about

1:40:281:40:32

Olympic disappointment and bouncing

back is of course Elise Christie,

1:40:321:40:37

the speedskating superstar. She had

such a terrible time at Sochi, but

1:40:371:40:44

came back to become the three-time

world champion couple of years ago.

1:40:441:40:47

She is coming into this Games as a

really big hope for great written.

1:40:471:40:51

How do you deal with that? -- great

written. It comes down to strapping

1:40:511:40:58

on your skates and not thinking

about anyone else?

And she didn't

1:40:581:41:01

skate badly in Sochi moshy just had

bad results. She didn't have to

1:41:011:41:10

change her skating or strategy, you

learn to cope and you become

1:41:101:41:14

stronger and more powerful by

acknowledging those mistakes and

1:41:141:41:17

acknowledging what went wrong and

you put it right. She's got three

1:41:171:41:22

world titles behind her and is here,

ready to go. Of course she will be

1:41:221:41:27

aware of what he will come down to

and what is required, but she can

1:41:271:41:31

make it happen and everyone will be

behind her and we hope this time

1:41:311:41:35

round it will work in favour.

Yes,

come on Elise Christie! Thanks for

1:41:351:41:41

your insight into what it's like to

be an Olympic athlete. We will have

1:41:411:41:45

a look at Elise Christie in the 500

metre heats at about 10:50am this

1:41:451:41:50

morning. 10:53am. You don't want to

miss it, it will be live on BBC One.

1:41:501:41:58

Thank you so much! I love Kat's

gloves as well.

1:41:581:42:06

Back home and another huge

Six Nations weekend,

1:42:061:42:08

with a mouthwatering contest

at Twickenham this afternoon.

1:42:081:42:10

England take on Wales.

1:42:101:42:11

England, remember, are aiming

to become the first side to win

1:42:111:42:14

three consecutive

Six Nations titles.

1:42:141:42:16

They domainated against Italy last

week, but Wales were equally

1:42:161:42:19

impressive in their win

against Scotland.

1:42:191:42:20

John Watson is live at Twickenham

for us this morning.

1:42:201:42:23

Hi, John.

1:42:231:42:25

Plenty of mind games going on all

week with the Welsh camp I suppose

1:42:251:42:29

laughing off the English coach's

suggestions that they might lack a

1:42:291:42:32

bit of bottle in this one?

It

doesn't need much more buildup,

1:42:321:42:37

really. A classic match between two

proud rugby playing nations. England

1:42:371:42:44

against Wales. But of course there

will be some incendiary comments

1:42:441:42:48

thrown in by Eddie Jones.

Interesting he signalled out one of

1:42:481:42:51

the least experienced players in the

Welsh side, the fly half. Their

1:42:511:42:56

third choice fly half who has come

in as a result of injuring,

1:42:561:42:59

suggesting he didn't have the bottle

to contend with Twickenham, the

1:42:591:43:05

82,000 fans warming this place up

later. Interesting, little bit of

1:43:051:43:09

mind games to sow the seed of doubt

in his mind. But he is a consummate

1:43:091:43:14

professional and I'm sure he would

be put off his stride. At Eddie

1:43:141:43:18

Jones is a master tactician on the

field as well and it is set up

1:43:181:43:22

beautifully. The way England played

against Italy in the opening match,

1:43:221:43:25

running in seven tries, but Wales

played very well against Scotland.

1:43:251:43:29

Scotland had a great running the

autumn internationals, but Wales

1:43:291:43:33

blew them away. Leigh Halfpenny was

instrumental, with 34 points.

1:43:331:43:37

Interesting to see how this one will

go. Eddie Jones on this incredible

1:43:371:43:41

run with England. 21 wins out of 24.

They haven't lost at Twickenham

1:43:411:43:48

under his tenure so far, but Warren

Gatland is a very astute coach and

1:43:481:43:52

has won three times here in ten

years. Well fans will like this. --

1:43:521:43:56

the Welsh fans. Eddie Jones won't

want history to repeat itself when

1:43:561:44:03

the Welsh 110 years ago.

Ten years,

can't believe that! Time for the

1:44:031:44:08

football.

1:44:081:44:12

The event currently happening in

Pyeongchang is the skiathlon. Two

1:44:121:44:19

types of cross-country skiing

through the South Korean hills. Look

1:44:191:44:22

at these images. Fantastic. It's an

injury and -- endurance event.

1:44:221:44:30

Uphill for a lot of the course, so

you really have to have a lot of

1:44:301:44:35

lactic acid tolerance in your legs,

real strength to power your way.

1:44:351:44:39

It's not all uphill, but look at the

technique. That is the classic one.

1:44:391:44:44

They are changing over right now.

Its freestyle. It's been going about

1:44:441:44:48

half an hour.

Britain's Annika Taylor is towards

1:44:481:44:53

the back of the field.

She is outside the top 50.

1:44:531:44:58

Thank you. See you later. I am just

thinking about the burn in the

1:44:581:45:03

thighs.

1:45:031:45:08

dramatic skyline behind you. Yes, we

might see stuff like this today.

1:45:151:45:17

Rain to many of us. Sunnier skies.

Wintry showers. Today is quite

1:45:171:45:28

windy. It is a north-westerly wind.

We got a weather system moving

1:45:281:45:41

through the UK.

1:45:411:45:46

through the UK. Across Scotland,

Northern Ireland, parts of western

1:45:461:45:49

England.

1:45:491:45:54

England. We see some rain moving in.

For a time, things will be quiet

1:45:561:46:00

blur -- quieter.

1:46:001:46:07

blur -- quieter. Nice in Scotland

over my -- nice and clear of

1:46:071:46:10

Scotland. Northern Ireland, after a

dry, sunny spell, one or two holes

1:46:101:46:19

in the cloud. South-east England,

indicating further outbreaks of

1:46:191:46:29

rain. As the temperatures, we have

had forced to start the day. Seven

1:46:291:46:35

degrees, but some spots in

south-west England, around 11 or 12.

1:46:351:46:40

We've been talking about it, Six

Nations action. Some outbreaks of

1:46:401:46:46

rain, both here and in Dublin as

well. A fairly brisk south-westerly

1:46:461:46:51

wind. The wind gets stronger. We

could see gusts up to 60 miles per

1:46:511:46:59

hour. Snow showing up as well. The

relatively low levels will see a few

1:46:591:47:08

centimetres going into Sunday

morning. Snow showers following from

1:47:081:47:10

the north-west. Parts of northern

England, northern Wales. We will be

1:47:101:47:24

seeing snow showers. Inland split,

snow and hail. It's going to feel

1:47:241:47:35

much colder again tomorrow.

1:47:351:47:40

much colder again tomorrow. Now it

is

1:47:411:47:41

much colder again tomorrow. Now it

is time for Newswatch.

1:47:411:47:46

Hello and welcome to Newswatch

with me, Samira Ahmed.

1:47:461:47:48

On the show:

1:47:481:47:52

How wise was it for a BBC reporter

to be following this woman down

1:47:521:47:56

a dark street?

1:47:561:47:58

And the BBC's weather forecasts have

had a makeover but are they clearer

1:47:581:48:06

or have they made

the picture more murky?

1:48:081:48:09

Tuesday marked 100 years since some

women receive the right to vote

1:48:091:48:12

and Breakfast marked the occasion

with an all-female line-up,

1:48:121:48:16

from the two main presenters

to sports and weather presenters

1:48:161:48:19

and a roster of women guests.

1:48:191:48:21

Some members of the

audience approved.

1:48:211:48:23

Chandy Cha writing:

1:48:231:48:24

And Iryna questioned the whole idea.

1:48:371:48:40

Across BBC News that day,

the anniversary was recognised.

1:49:111:49:13

Kevin Jones applauded

the coverage as a whole,

1:49:131:49:16

Wednesday evening's

bulletins included a report

1:49:391:49:41

from

Michael Buchanan about an NHS Trust

1:49:411:49:43

in Liverpool where, according

to a report seen by BBC News,

1:49:431:49:46

patients had suffered unnecessary

harm because a senior leadership

1:49:461:49:51

team was out of its depth.

1:49:511:49:53

The chief executive

at the time was Bernie Cuthel,

1:49:531:49:55

and here she is tracked down

1:49:551:49:57

on the News at Six.

1:49:571:50:00

Excuse me?

1:50:001:50:08

Yeah.

1:50:131:50:13

BBC News.

1:50:131:50:14

We would like to talk

to you about Liverpool Community

1:50:141:50:17

Health.

1:50:171:50:17

We just want to ask

you a couple of questions.

1:50:171:50:20

Are you a bully, Ms Cuthel?

1:50:201:50:21

Are you a bully?

1:50:211:50:25

And, as you can see,

Bernie Cuthel did not

1:50:251:50:27

want to answer any questions.

1:50:271:50:28

A later version of that report

for the News at Ten made it clear

1:50:281:50:32

that Bernie Cuthel had not responded

to two previous requests

1:50:321:50:38

for an interview.

1:50:381:50:39

But some viewers of the News at Six

were clearly unhappy

1:50:391:50:42

at what they had seen,

with Michelle Smith explaining why

1:50:421:50:45

in this video she recorded for us.

1:50:451:50:50

I was absolutely appalled to see

that the reporter who wanted

1:50:501:50:53

a comment from her was chasing

her down a dark street

1:50:531:50:56

as she was walking alone,

shouting at her and running

1:50:561:50:59

after her, to get a quote,

asking her questions

1:50:591:51:01

like "Are you a bully, Bernie?"

1:51:011:51:03

Well, in my opinion, BBC,

your reporter was the bully

1:51:031:51:06

in this case

1:51:061:51:06

and it was absolutely unnecessary.

1:51:061:51:10

Well, we put that objection to BBC

News and they told us:

1:51:101:51:13

Please do let us know your thoughts

on anything we are covering

1:51:421:51:45

in the programme or on any

aspect of BBC News.

1:51:451:51:49

Details on how to contact us coming

up at the end of the programme.

1:51:491:51:53

Now, since its first radio

weather bulletin in 1922,

1:51:531:52:00

the data used for BBC forecasts has

been provided by the Met Office.

1:52:001:52:03

But no longer.

1:52:031:52:04

Although the Met Office

will still work with the BBC

1:52:041:52:07

on severe weather

warnings, the BBC now

1:52:071:52:09

has a new weather service

provider, MeteoGroup.

1:52:091:52:14

Although the presenters

are the same, there is also

1:52:141:52:17

a new look seen online

on the weather app and from last

1:52:171:52:20

Tuesday, on television.

1:52:201:52:21

For that day's News at One,

Sarah Keith Lucas talked

1:52:211:52:23

through some of the changes.

1:52:231:52:25

Let's zoom into northern England

and in this example,

1:52:251:52:27

you can see quite clearly

the showers falling as rain but also

1:52:271:52:31

as snow over the higher ground, too.

1:52:311:52:32

And it is not only on the small

scale that things are changing,

1:52:321:52:36

but also on the global scale too.

1:52:361:52:44

We can now look at satellite data

from right around the world,

1:52:441:52:48

we can also add on pressure fields

and frontal systems too.

1:52:481:52:50

Well, some members of the audience

have responded with enthusiasm like

1:52:501:52:53

Adam Clutterham.

1:52:531:52:53

But Paul Smith complained

of a lack of clarity.

1:52:531:52:56

Apart from the change from a brown

to green background,

1:52:561:53:04

Apart from the change from a brown

to green background,

1:53:171:53:19

some viewers detected a change

in the shape of the map

1:53:191:53:22

with the new, longer,

thinner version giving more

1:53:221:53:24

space to Scotland.

1:53:241:53:32

And Simon Carter wondered:

1:53:331:53:35

Others objected to the increased

text shown on screen,

1:53:481:53:51

with Dennis Franklin writing:

1:53:511:53:51

Well, to answer that

question and others,

1:54:011:54:03

I'm joined by Liz Howell,

the head of BBC Weather.

1:54:031:54:05

Thank you for coming on Newswatch.

1:54:051:54:07

People are saying it wasn't broke,

why did you change the weather?

1:54:071:54:10

Well, under EU laws,

we had to run a regulated

1:54:101:54:13

procurement process

when our previous contract ran out.

1:54:131:54:15

And quite simply, MeteoGroup was the

best fit.

1:54:151:54:17

In every respect.

1:54:171:54:18

And so, that's why they were

awarded the contract.

1:54:181:54:21

So what are some of the specific

changes that you've made

1:54:211:54:24

that people will notice?

1:54:241:54:32

We're really excited

about some of these.

1:54:351:54:37

So we have realistic mapping there,

so we can put roads

1:54:371:54:40

on there and we can put urban

areas on there so we can

1:54:401:54:43

show

where weather is affecting travel.

1:54:431:54:47

We have on the app and

on the website 14 days now

1:54:471:54:50

of forecast data for

each hour of the day.

1:54:501:54:55

We have a feels-like temperature,

which really tells people what it's

1:54:551:54:58

going to be like when

they step out the door.

1:54:581:55:02

And we have a percentage

chance of rain.

1:55:021:55:05

And alongside that now,

the forecasters and presenters have

1:55:051:55:07

far more

forecasting models available to them

1:55:071:55:15

than they ever had before.

1:55:151:55:16

Well, we have - yes,

we have more high-resolution data.

1:55:161:55:19

And we have more

models to choose from.

1:55:191:55:21

So the accuracy should go up.

1:55:211:55:27

People have got used to more

realistic mapping and that's

1:55:271:55:30

what we've introduced.

1:55:301:55:31

We've got a green map and we've got

a green earth in the UK.

1:55:311:55:34

We got a flat map now which gives

a better proportion to the UK,

1:55:341:55:38

a more realistic proportion.

1:55:381:55:39

They had got - through our

audience research -

1:55:391:55:42

they had got slightly

bored with the brown map.

1:55:421:55:45

It looks like a reversion

to a flat earth.

1:55:451:55:47

There are many

projections of the Earth.

1:55:471:55:49

We had a tilted one

and of course, you know,

1:55:491:55:51

some weren't happy with that.

1:55:511:55:53

But this is a projection people

are really comfortable

1:55:531:55:55

in the sense they are used to it,

so it's one you see

1:55:551:55:59

on the news, it's one used in many

1:55:591:56:01

other organisations.

1:56:011:56:01

Why are they saying

it's more skinny?

1:56:011:56:03

It's just proportional.

1:56:031:56:04

It's more proportional

to the actual landmass of the UK.

1:56:041:56:07

We do get viewers complaining

about the change of colour

1:56:071:56:10

and the mapping detail and that

actually, it looks less clear,

1:56:101:56:13

they would say.

1:56:131:56:13

Obviously, we've only

launched a few days ago.

1:56:131:56:16

We've done a lot of audience

testing with this work.

1:56:161:56:18

But we'll be listening

to audience feedback.

1:56:181:56:20

So you might tweak it?

1:56:201:56:22

There are definitely going to be

tweaks to this over time.

1:56:221:56:25

Definitely.

1:56:251:56:25

Good, good, good.

1:56:251:56:26

A related point.

1:56:261:56:26

The size of the place names.

1:56:261:56:28

So, Tom Holt, who also happens to be

a lecturer in glaciology,

1:56:281:56:31

e-mailed us.

1:56:311:56:32

"The label for Birmingham stretches

almost entirely across the Cambrian

1:56:321:56:35

Mountains".

1:56:351:56:35

So he can't see the weather

for a huge stretch of Wales.

1:56:351:56:38

That's hardly user-friendly.

1:56:381:56:39

People have different opinions

about labels and towns and cities

1:56:391:56:42

on the map.

1:56:421:56:42

So we've had comments

that they are too small,

1:56:421:56:45

we've had comments there are too

many, we've had comments

1:56:451:56:48

there are too few

1:56:481:56:49

and we've had comments

that we shouldn't have any town

1:56:491:56:53

names on the map at all.

1:56:531:56:54

Maybe fewer.

1:56:541:56:55

Exactly -

1:56:551:56:55

that's one of the many options

people are writing into us about.

1:56:551:56:59

Over the years, Newswatch viewers

have often complained about too much

1:56:591:57:02

detail for whole parts

of the country they,

1:57:021:57:04

obviously, don't care

1:57:041:57:07

about because they don't live there.

1:57:071:57:09

How do you approach that whole kind

of competing demand situation,

1:57:091:57:12

of giving a national picture

in the time that you have and giving

1:57:121:57:15

enough local detail

for it to be useful?

1:57:151:57:18

We tend to go for the bigger impact

weather and start there and make

1:57:181:57:21

sure people, where they are going

to get storms or snow,

1:57:211:57:24

or whatever, understand the impacts

of them and the relevance

1:57:241:57:27

of that for them.

1:57:271:57:28

But we try to give something

for every nation so somebody goes

1:57:281:57:32

away with something.

1:57:321:57:32

BBC Weather is a catalogue

of services, so you have the network

1:57:321:57:36

service that will give

you the UK picture,

1:57:361:57:38

you then can have a regional TV

service which will give you a much

1:57:381:57:42

more detailed picture,

1:57:421:57:47

then we have the app which I think

really we've improved so much now.

1:57:471:57:50

We'll give you a very, very local

forecast for your postcode each hour

1:57:501:57:54

of the day.

1:57:541:57:55

Liz Howell, thank you very much.

1:57:551:57:56

Finally, we woke up on Monday

morning to some big sports news -

1:57:561:58:00

big enough, at least,

to lead sports bulletins and be

1:58:001:58:03

the lead story

1:58:031:58:04

on the BBC Sport website.

1:58:041:58:07

Yes, the Philadelphia Eagles had won

the Super Bowl for the first time

1:58:071:58:11

by beating the New England Patriots.

1:58:111:58:13

And if that leaves you cold,

or even mystified, others,

1:58:131:58:15

too, wondered why an American

sporting event had achieved such

1:58:151:58:18

prominence on British television.

1:58:181:58:19

Here is David Gibbs.

1:58:191:58:21

Thank you for all your

comments this week.

1:58:491:58:51

If you want to share your opinions

on BBC News and current affairs,

1:58:511:58:55

or even appear on the programme,

you can call us,

1:58:551:58:58

e-mail Newswatch,

1:58:581:58:58

or you can find us on Twitter.

1:58:581:59:02

Do have a look at our website.

1:59:021:59:04

The address for that is:

1:59:041:59:06

That's all from us.

1:59:061:59:09

We'll be back to hear your thoughts

about BBC news coverage

1:59:091:59:12

again next week.

1:59:121:59:13

Goodbye.

1:59:131:59:14

$:/ENDFEEED.

1:59:141:59:17

Hello this is Breakfast with

Charlie Stayt and Naga Munchetty.

2:00:142:00:20

The North Korean leader Kim Jong-un

has invited the South Korean

2:00:202:00:22

president to visit him

at the earliest date possible.

2:00:222:00:24

The invitation was given

by the sister of the North Korean

2:00:242:00:27

leader at a historic meeting

at the Winter Olympics in Seoul.

2:00:272:00:35

It would be the first meeting in

more than a decade between the two

2:00:392:00:45

leaders.

2:00:452:00:49

Good morning it's Saturday

the 10th of February.

2:00:492:00:50

Also this morning:

2:00:502:00:54

The government condemns

the "appalling abuse of vulnerable

2:00:542:00:56

people in Haiti" and says

the charity Oxfam has serious

2:00:562:00:58

questions to answer.

2:00:582:01:05

A government minister says

two captured members

2:01:052:01:06

of the British Islamic State cell,

nicknamed "the Beatles",

2:01:062:01:08

should be considered

for trial at the Hague.

2:01:082:01:10

In sport, a crash landing

for the Brits, on day one

2:01:102:01:13

of the Winter Olympics.

2:01:132:01:14

All 3 of the medal hopes

in the snowboard slopestyle,

2:01:142:01:17

try spectacular moves in the skies,

but fail to make the final -

2:01:172:01:20

with Billy Morgan falling

on his final run.

2:01:202:01:28

After disappointment for the

snowboarders, all eyes are now on

2:01:302:01:36

Elise Christie. I will have more

alive from Pyeongchang at the rout

2:01:362:01:41

it dirty pool -- at about 830 AM.

2:01:412:01:45

And Nick has the weather.

2:01:452:01:49

Rain at sons today for all of us,

the chance of snow, especially

2:01:492:01:53

later. Tomorrow is much colder,

again. I have got the full forecast

2:01:532:01:58

coming.

2:01:582:02:00

Good morning.

2:02:002:02:01

First our main story.

2:02:012:02:02

The North Korean leader Kim Jong-un

has invited the South Korean

2:02:022:02:04

president to visit him

at the earliest date possible.

2:02:042:02:07

The invitation was given

by the sister of the North Korean

2:02:072:02:09

leader during a historic meeting

between the two sides in Seoul.

2:02:092:02:14

Let's get more on this from our

correspondent Stephen McDonnell

2:02:142:02:16

who's in Pyeongchang.

2:02:162:02:22

Stephen, just put this in some kind

of context for us, because only a

2:02:222:02:26

couple of days ago this would have

been a development that no one

2:02:262:02:29

thought possible?

Yes, it is

absolutely remarkable that we have

2:02:292:02:35

heard here... The news is flying

around the Olympic press thinks.

2:02:352:02:42

That this information has come from

the North Korean leader, to the

2:02:422:02:47

South Korean counterpart to visit

Pyongyang. The only reason that the

2:02:472:02:55

North Korean team could come here

was because they have got this one

2:02:552:03:00

phone line across the demilitarised

zone up and running, and talk

2:03:002:03:03

through the logistics of getting the

team here, and then this delegation,

2:03:032:03:07

and then the next thing we know,

there is a joint hockey team, and

2:03:072:03:11

then the sister of North Korea's

leader comes along, and it is

2:03:112:03:18

remarkable enough that the meeting

took place at the blue house, and

2:03:182:03:21

she was going in carrying this

folder, as people work looking at

2:03:212:03:25

the folder and Warren during what it

was, and it was a written message

2:03:252:03:32

from Koeman saying, come and visit

at your earliest possible

2:03:322:03:35

convenience. -- from Kim Jong-un.

The tramp administration has been --

2:03:352:03:53

Trump administration has been

saying... It is quite possible that

2:03:532:03:56

this meeting will take place.

Just

give us a bit more on that. It has

2:03:562:04:05

been a very long time since meetings

of this kind of significance have

2:04:052:04:09

taken place, if at all.

Yes, well,

twice before. South Korean hazard

2:04:092:04:17

and have visited the north.

2:04:172:04:24

and have visited the north. -- South

Korean presidents have visited the

2:04:242:04:25

north. And so, in the south, there

is a constant struggle, how do you

2:04:252:04:34

deal with the north. But, the self's

president coming to power and

2:04:342:04:42

promising better dialogue. Of course

he would meet the sister and that

2:04:422:04:47

she brought that message has

resulted in these quite historic

2:04:472:04:55

developments unfolding here at the

Winter Olympics big question is

2:04:552:04:59

whether its last? When it come to

anything that all remains to be

2:04:592:05:03

seen. However for many South Koreans

who might be sick of the tension, at

2:05:032:05:12

least there is some sort of

dialogue. At least they are opening

2:05:122:05:16

up a party discussion.

2:05:162:05:19

The government has condemned

the "appalling abuse of vulnerable

2:05:192:05:21

people in Haiti" and says Oxfam has

serious questions to answer over

2:05:212:05:24

claims the charity covered up

the use of prostitutes by some

2:05:242:05:27

of its staff.

2:05:272:05:28

Oxfam insists it publicised

the action it took against the aid

2:05:282:05:30

workers involved, some

of whom were fired.

2:05:302:05:32

However, the Times is reporting

several went on to work

2:05:322:05:36

for other charities,

who were unaware of

2:05:362:05:37

their past behaviour.

2:05:372:05:43

Jessica Parker reports.

2:05:432:05:50

An advert from the

charity giant, Oxfam.

2:06:012:06:03

It got nearly £32

million from the UK

2:06:032:06:05

Department for International

Development in the last financial

2:06:052:06:13

year, but amid the sexual

exploitation scandal, the Government

2:06:132:06:15

said last night:

2:06:152:06:18

The allegations surround

the the behaviour of aid

2:06:242:06:26

workers here in Haiti

following the devastating

2:06:262:06:28

earthquake in 2010.

2:06:282:06:29

A Times newspaper

found inappropriate

2:06:292:06:30

behaviour, including

the use of prostitutes.

2:06:302:06:31

The charity has denied a cover-up

and said that it publicly

2:06:312:06:38

announced an enquiry

into the claims in 2011.

2:06:382:06:40

It said the behaviour of some

of its staff had been totally

2:06:402:06:45

unacceptable, but that allegations

that underage girls may have been

2:06:452:06:48

involved were not proven.

2:06:482:06:49

Four staff members

were dismissed and three

2:06:492:06:50

were allowed to resign as part

of the external investigation.

2:06:502:06:53

Was this the first time

that you ever heard

2:06:532:06:59

of exploitative sexual

behaviour going on at Oxfam?

2:06:592:07:01

No.

2:07:012:07:02

No.

2:07:022:07:03

I can only think of one

or two examples that

2:07:032:07:07

come to mind, but we had already

agreed that any sign that anybody

2:07:072:07:10

was doing this, there

would be an investigation.

2:07:102:07:12

That investigation was noted

and went to our trustee

2:07:122:07:14

board.

2:07:142:07:16

Today the Times reports fresh claims

that Oxfam failed to warn

2:07:162:07:24

other aid agencies

about the staff, allowing

2:07:242:07:26

them to take other jobs

in

2:07:262:07:27

the sector.

2:07:272:07:28

While there is a wide

acknowledgement that hundreds of

2:07:282:07:31

Oxfam staff have done nothing wrong,

the charity does now face serious

2:07:312:07:33

questions about its past and what

that could mean for its future.

2:07:332:07:42

The Defence Minister,

Tobias Ellwood, has suggested two

2:07:502:07:51

members of the so-called

Islamic State group,

2:07:512:07:53

who are from London, should be tried

at the International Criminal Court

2:07:532:07:56

in The Hague.

2:07:562:07:57

The BBC understands Alexanda Kotey

and El Shafee Elsheikh -

2:07:572:07:59

whose unit is thought to have

murdered 27 hostages -

2:07:592:08:02

have been stripped of their

British citizenship.

2:08:022:08:04

The Syrian fighters who captured

them say they're yet to receive

2:08:042:08:06

a request from any country to hand

them over.

2:08:062:08:13

Israel says that one of its fighter

jets has crashed. Both pilots

2:08:132:08:19

rejected safely. Israel said that

they had been responding to the

2:08:192:08:24

launch of a drone in its ASBOs.

2:08:242:08:32

launch of a drone in its ASBOs. --

in it and space.

2:08:332:08:34

A second member of staff

at the White House has resigned over

2:08:342:08:37

allegations of domestic abuse.

2:08:372:08:38

The former wife of speechwriter,

David Sorensen, claimed

2:08:382:08:45

he was violent and abusive

during their marriage -

2:08:452:08:47

something he denies.

2:08:472:08:48

Earlier Donald Trump

was criticised for publicly

2:08:482:08:50

praising another aide,

Rob Porter, who stepped down over

2:08:502:08:52

accusations of abuse made

by his two ex-wives.

2:08:522:08:54

A convicted killer,

who drove his car over a woman

2:08:542:08:56

as she tried to stop him

stealing her handbag, has gone

2:08:562:08:59

on the run after he was freed

from prison on licence.

2:08:592:09:02

Mark Woolley was jailed for life

at the Old Bailey in 2001

2:09:022:09:04

for the murder of costume designer

Elizabeth Sherlock -

2:09:042:09:07

and was released in November.

2:09:072:09:08

Scotland Yard says he was last seen

at a probation meeting

2:09:082:09:10

in East London 10 days ago.

2:09:102:09:12

Gerry Adams, one of the longest

serving party leaders in the world,

2:09:122:09:15

will step down as President

of Sinn Fein today.

2:09:152:09:21

After more than 34 years

in the post, he will be replaced

2:09:212:09:24

by Mary Lou McDonald at a specially

convened party conference in Dublin.

2:09:242:09:27

Our Ireland Correspondent,

Chris Page reports.

2:09:272:09:35

It says the scheme that is currently

voluntary and regulated by the EU

2:09:412:09:47

helps customers understand what is

in the food they buy. The public

2:09:472:09:52

health says that they are committed

to giving clear information about

2:09:522:09:55

what they eat. Those are the main

stories this morning.

2:09:552:10:10

Now it has urged that the two

surviving members, El Shafee

2:10:122:10:17

Elsheikh and Alexanda Kotey have

been captured. His daughter Bethany

2:10:172:10:21

has spoken to the BBC about the

punishment that she hopes the BBC

2:10:212:10:26

will face.

People say that you learn

to get over it, but you never get

2:10:262:10:30

over it, and you just learn to deal

with the motions that are playing in

2:10:302:10:35

your head every day. My personal

opinion is that they should die a

2:10:352:10:41

long, slow, painful death. I think a

lot of people will understand that,

2:10:412:10:44

that they should not be allowed to

live. The best thing for them is to

2:10:442:10:48

be locked up and throw away the key.

They should never be allowed back

2:10:482:10:52

into society, because they will just

recruit people and do this again. If

2:10:522:10:57

it goes to trial, I certainly will

be there, look them in nearby and

2:10:572:11:01

let them know who I am, and that

they have destroyed a big part of my

2:11:012:11:05

life. It changes you for ever.

Losing someone is hard enough,

2:11:052:11:10

especially a parent, and so

unexpectedly, but knowing that it

2:11:102:11:14

wasn't an accident, that this was a

deliberate act, and so public, it

2:11:142:11:18

does make it harder, because you are

being asked all of these questions

2:11:182:11:23

that you don't know how to answer,

yourself.

Well,...

2:11:232:11:34

Joining us now from our London

newsroom, is John Cooper,

2:11:352:11:37

a barrister specialising in human

rights and criminal law.

2:11:372:11:40

You can understand that there is a

real desire to bring these people to

2:11:402:11:44

justice, but interestingly enough,

the country that has them says there

2:11:442:11:50

is no request to hand them over,

yet.

I can quite understand those

2:11:502:11:56

heartbreaking comments. I am

absolutely convinced that that

2:11:562:12:00

process will happen. The question is

exactly what will happen at the end

2:12:002:12:04

of it. There are a number of

options. The option that I

2:12:042:12:09

particularly favour is that they be

tried in their criminal courts,

2:12:092:12:13

either here or in America. There are

other options, of course, as to

2:12:132:12:19

whether they go to Guantanamo Bay,

which I think is a completely wrong

2:12:192:12:22

idea. There is another hybrid option

that some sort of tribunal be set

2:12:222:12:27

up, say in the Hague, where there be

an international court to try these

2:12:272:12:33

people for their crimes. My opinion

is simply this. These are criminals.

2:12:332:12:37

The crimes that they have committed

are atrocious, but elevating it to a

2:12:372:12:44

special tribunal status is actually

elevating them in many respects.

2:12:442:12:47

They are criminals. They should be

tried in my opinion in the criminal

2:12:472:12:51

courts, and the system is set up to

do that.

When they are tried, they

2:12:512:12:56

are tight as citizens of the UK, are

they?

There is some debate about

2:12:562:13:02

whether they are citizens of the UK

or not. The Home Office are

2:13:022:13:05

declining to comment at the moment.

In many respects that it's a red

2:13:052:13:09

herring. As far as the legislation

is concerned, for terrorist

2:13:092:13:14

offences, it is irrelevant as to

whether they are British citizens,

2:13:142:13:18

or not. If they are brought to this

country, they can be tried. The only

2:13:182:13:24

relevant on citizenship, here, and

it may be a positive thing if they

2:13:242:13:27

are not citizens, is that if they

are in need America, ministers in

2:13:272:13:31

this country are not obliged to

apply to oppose their extradition to

2:13:312:13:36

another country, so if they are not

citizens, they are not protected by

2:13:362:13:40

extradition.

So what would be the

consequence of tonnes of sentences?

2:13:402:13:43

If they were not citizens?

Again,

non-citizens all over the world

2:13:432:13:50

could be tried in this country. The

sentencing parameters are as wide as

2:13:502:13:54

they would be poor citizens. I would

anticipate that these people, if

2:13:542:13:58

they are found guilty would spend

the rest of their lives in prison.

2:13:582:14:07

The defence minister, Tobias

Ellwood, has says that it is

2:14:072:14:09

important to try these people and

not send them to Guantanamo Bay.

2:14:092:14:14

What is your view?

I agree with the

Minister on this. He spoke extremely

2:14:142:14:19

clearly. By saying that, Guantanamo

Bay in many respects is discredited.

2:14:192:14:27

It is an extra legal procedure where

they are allowed to torture people,

2:14:272:14:31

and effectively do what we are

fighting against in terms of as far

2:14:312:14:34

as the terrorist are concerned. In

my opinion, it has been proven to be

2:14:342:14:39

a mistake, and it is not conducive

to moving on in the future and

2:14:392:14:44

sorting this out. I emphasise, in my

opinion, the criminal courts,

2:14:442:14:48

whether it be in America or in this

country, they are set up to deal

2:14:482:14:52

with this, we should not grand eyes

these people by setting up a special

2:14:522:14:59

tribunal.

It is interesting when you

hear Bethany... These two are

2:14:592:15:07

connected with a group that killed

27 hostages. The Defence Secretary

2:15:072:15:15

Williamson recently called for them

to be hunted down and killed in the

2:15:152:15:19

Middle East rather than be allowed

to return to the UK. Many will

2:15:192:15:24

sympathise with that. Why bother

bringing them back here?

Well, I can

2:15:242:15:30

understand people who are either

victims or brief saying that. These

2:15:302:15:34

are terrible things for people to

deal with. But, for a minister to

2:15:342:15:37

say it, I think it is rather

infantile. The important thing here

2:15:372:15:41

is if we can obtain people who are

alive, they can be questioned,

2:15:412:15:46

information can be obtained for

them. They could be invaluable to

2:15:462:15:50

combating these terrorists, and

maybe

2:15:502:15:59

maybe invaluable for finding out

people who are alive who are

2:15:592:16:01

hostages and helping them. Plus, the

fact that they can be brought to

2:16:012:16:04

justice, and we can hear from a

proper court in the sort of

2:16:042:16:07

democratic courts that to want to

protect against these terrorists, we

2:16:072:16:09

can actually hear, the public can

hear exactly what has gone on, and

2:16:092:16:11

the evidence and atrocities that

these people are alleged to have

2:16:112:16:14

committed. So, yes it is necessary

in a combat situation, and they're

2:16:142:16:18

not suggesting it should not be

done, but if there is a chance of

2:16:182:16:22

taking these people alive, they

should be, not because of a

2:16:222:16:26

particularly namby-pamby view on

human rights, say, but for practical

2:16:262:16:31

reasons.

Thank you very much for

talking to us this morning.

2:16:312:16:40

Let's see what the weather has got

in store.

2:16:402:16:47

This is from one of our wet the

watchers in south Wales. Cloudy for

2:16:472:16:51

many of us, we will see rain at some

stage today. It is already beginning

2:16:512:16:56

to pull away from Northern Ireland

and Scotland. More widely brighter,

2:16:562:17:01

tomorrow, with some sunshine, but

snow showers around, an indication

2:17:012:17:04

that tomorrow is going to be colder

than today. It is windy throughout

2:17:042:17:07

the weekend, but tomorrow... This is

what is around the UK at the moment.

2:17:072:17:14

This system has been moving in. That

is spreading rain south-eastwards

2:17:142:17:20

across the UK. Maybe some early

sunny spells the very furthest east

2:17:202:17:23

you are in in blood, but the cloud

will increase through the afternoon,

2:17:232:17:28

and the outbreaks of rain spreading

south east. Quieter and drier

2:17:282:17:32

weather through Northern Ireland and

Scotland, but the area of rain will

2:17:322:17:35

be coming to Northern Ireland at the

end of the afternoon. A snapshot, a

2:17:352:17:40

lot of clear whether in Scotland in

the afternoon. That is why you can

2:17:402:17:44

see the Greenland, here. Some

sunshine through the afternoon. Just

2:17:442:17:48

one or two match hours in the

Northwest. Thereafter some holes in

2:17:482:17:53

that, but by the Shari outbreaks of

rain heading across the East

2:17:532:17:56

Midlands, East Anglia and south-east

England. Now, temperatures, today,

2:17:562:18:00

it has been a cold start because

eastern Scotland and eastern

2:18:002:18:04

England. It will be topping at about

five - 7 degrees. 7-10d elsewhere.

2:18:042:18:11

Some pieces could be as high as 12.

Six Nations rugby action, this

2:18:112:18:16

ground has got sunshine at it, but

there will not be much on offer at

2:18:162:18:22

Twickenham or in Dublin, this

afternoon. Gales around tonight, 60

2:18:222:18:30

mph winds across some areas, and

some snow falling in southern

2:18:302:18:33

Scotland into northern England.

Early modest... And then

2:18:332:18:39

particularly a snow shower from the

north-west in the night, as it turns

2:18:392:18:43

frosty and icy, less cold across

southern areas compared to last

2:18:432:18:47

night. And then, the wind is

north-westerly, and that is colder,

2:18:472:18:54

and we will see these increasingly

winter showers penetrating further

2:18:542:18:58

south east across the UK during the

day, but you can see errors of land

2:18:582:19:02

that indicate that it is not going

to be wet all the time. There will

2:19:022:19:05

be some good sunny spells around.

These are the highest temperatures

2:19:052:19:10

that we will have. When you factor

in that north-westerly wind there

2:19:102:19:13

will be a definite chill tomorrow,

compared to today. That is how your

2:19:132:19:17

weekend is shaping. Thank you very

much, see you later.

2:19:172:19:24

Now to a blockbuster legal battle.

Uber has settled its dispute.

2:19:242:19:33

Now to a blockbuster legal battle.

Uber has settled its dispute. It was

2:19:332:19:37

accused of stealing trade secrets.

All of a sudden, they struck a deal.

2:19:372:19:45

Our north American reporter has been

following the twists and turns. This

2:19:452:19:51

case captivated silicon valley.

Goodbye's former chief executive is

2:19:512:19:57

considered by many to be the very

embodiment of silicon valley's

2:19:572:20:06

culture over aggressive ambition. In

court this week, he was accused of a

2:20:062:20:14

grand plan to steal technology from

Google and... Jurors heard how he

2:20:142:20:20

had a meeting with a then Google

employee, one of the world's leading

2:20:202:20:25

expert in this field. It was urged

that the latter 's goal more than

2:20:252:20:32

40,000 confidential documents and

then left Google to set up his own

2:20:322:20:36

company, and then sold it to Uber.

In a remarkable moment during the

2:20:362:20:45

trial, the prosecution said that he

acted like a real-life...

The point

2:20:452:20:52

is, that we, for lack of a better

word -- greed is good, greed is

2:20:522:20:59

right.

But, convincing the jurors

that he was a slippery operator was

2:20:592:21:09

not going to be enough. They had to

prove that Uber was using the stolen

2:21:092:21:14

technology.

The risk for Google

would have been that they were

2:21:142:21:18

bullied. And that they went after a

competitor to excess competition

2:21:182:21:23

rather than to vindicate their

legitimate intellectual property

2:21:232:21:29

rights. Conversely, Uber, by

continuing, what if we lose the

2:21:292:21:34

whole thing?

And so, this settlement

is perhaps a good result for both

2:21:342:21:37

sides, as part of the deal, Uber

decided to give up 0.34% of its

2:21:372:21:46

company. In a statement, it was an

insistence that no trade secrets

2:21:462:21:53

were stolen, and if they had allowed

the child to play out, Uber would

2:21:532:22:00

have won. We will never know.

2:22:002:22:11

Good morning. We have got to talk to

you about what is happening with

2:22:112:22:15

North Korea and South Korea. We

should be really focusing on the

2:22:152:22:19

sport, but actually, this is a big

move to talk about this in the

2:22:192:22:24

tension by hand written letter from

the North Korean leader to the South

2:22:242:22:31

Korean leader. All the while, South

Korea has been told, don't engage.

I

2:22:312:22:39

think it is a big move. Donald Trump

will want to talk about this, but he

2:22:392:22:45

was Bennett in such a way to suggest

that his aggressive and match over

2:22:452:22:53

policy and and ways of dealing with

things, has clearly led to this. I

2:22:532:23:01

think that the president will spin

it in such a way as to imply that he

2:23:012:23:11

is the instigator of this.

The

folder that she was carrying in, no

2:23:112:23:22

one knew what it was.

2:23:222:23:31

one knew what it was. Della mac for

a move like this to happen, to see

2:23:312:23:35

north and South Korean athletes

together at the opening ceremony, it

2:23:352:23:38

really does suggest that there has

been a shift, but we have seen these

2:23:382:23:41

kinds of things before. As much as

we should be optimistic, we should

2:23:412:23:45

also be careful. Talking about

relationships, with big

2:23:452:23:52

partnerships. PE you. This is one

that we cannot ignore. -- the year.

2:23:522:24:00

Michel Barnier has said that the UK

has got to be careful about what

2:24:002:24:04

they demand.

This is to do with the

transition deal that everybody is

2:24:042:24:11

talking about. Michel Barnier has

stuck to a consistent line. He has

2:24:112:24:15

argued that realistically, the EU

negotiators do not know what the

2:24:152:24:18

British one. That the British need

to be very careful in hedging their

2:24:182:24:22

bets, that they don't end up coming

off worse in these negotiations. I

2:24:222:24:27

think it is clear to see that Michel

Barnier feels that in the power

2:24:272:24:32

dynamic between the EU and written,

PE you hold all the cards. David

2:24:322:24:38

Davis would argue that that is not

the case. -- EU.

It is almost as if

2:24:382:24:49

by saying that, anything can be said

and it is act defined. Do you feel

2:24:492:24:53

that this is a bit different or is

it on that Rocky Road?

I think it is

2:24:532:24:58

our natural key road. But thereafter

phrases that you see all the time.

2:24:582:25:04

Such as, we don't want to give away

our negotiating stance. So, I think

2:25:042:25:11

it is inevitable that we one year

into a two year negotiating period,

2:25:112:25:16

which is clearly probably going to

extend beyond that, so I think it is

2:25:162:25:20

to be expected that there will be

ups and downs in this process. It is

2:25:202:25:24

not going to be present. I would not

expect them to be best friends,

2:25:242:25:30

these are tough negotiations.

We

have been following the Olympics,

2:25:302:25:33

and there is always the thing,

snowboarders are cool. So called. I

2:25:332:25:39

only say that because I am learning.

And this is what is being picked up

2:25:392:25:45

in the Times, today. There is

knitting going out and some partying

2:25:452:25:49

going on.

It is amazing. I love it.

It is a really specific take on the

2:25:492:25:54

Winter Olympics. It argues that many

of the athletes there are very

2:25:542:25:58

hard-working and devoted to what

they do, but there is a separation.

2:25:582:26:03

You have the individuals that are

engaging in things like the

2:26:032:26:06

bobsleigher, none of which I really

understand, to be honest, but they

2:26:062:26:16

are down to an watching Mr --

knitting people. But then there's

2:26:162:26:26

also the hard-core snowboarders.

Isn't admitting cool, now?

2:26:262:26:30

Supposedly, it is on the comeback.

But they are not seen as cool

2:26:302:26:37

individuals, but I think they see

them as knitting cinnamon bun

2:26:372:26:46

eating...

So cinnamon buns are not

call?

Apparently not.

I'm going to

2:26:462:26:53

have to change all today's plans.

Should we finish with this wonderful

2:26:532:26:58

story? We love stories about brave

dogs. This is one of the police

2:26:582:27:03

dogs.

This is one of the police

dogs, his name is thin. The story is

2:27:032:27:08

about how brave he was. He was

involved in 300 arrests, and he was

2:27:082:27:14

stabbed with a ten inch kitchen

knife, and then when he had already

2:27:142:27:17

been injured, he acted put himself

in harm 's way again to defend

2:27:172:27:23

his...

And the image you can see

there is when he was injured.

The

2:27:232:27:28

prognosis was that he would not make

it. But, luckily he did. He is now

2:27:282:27:36

with his handler, and the tag line

of the story is

2:27:362:27:43

of the story is that Finn now gets

to relax.

I am very pleased, but

2:27:472:27:57

there's also a debate about this.

They are part of our force?

They are

2:27:572:28:02

a incredibly bored and part of a

police fall. Finn has saved many of

2:28:022:28:11

the police force from dangerous

situations. I am extremely glad that

2:28:112:28:17

he is fine.

OK, time for a cinnamon

bun.

2:28:172:28:25

bun. You've just said that she

wasn't cool because she wants to Lee

2:28:252:28:30

Disson and bun? So, do have? Or

don't have one. It is already

2:28:302:28:34

shaping up to be a historic Winter

Olympics, so will it be

2:28:342:28:38

record-breaking 14 GB? Olympic --

the Team GB? We will have Amy

2:28:382:28:48

Williams. That quiet, calm year that

we wanted was not happen, will it,

2:28:482:28:59

Christian? These links to Russia are

what hangs over this presidency.

2:28:592:29:03

Jean-Claude Juncker saying that

don't believe Brexit will happen.

A

2:29:032:29:11

year of Trump gives us a. -- a lots

to talk about.

2:29:112:29:22

Hello, this is Breakfast with

Naga Munchetty and Charlie Stayt.

2:29:532:29:54

Coming up before nine,

Nick will have the weather.

2:29:542:30:02

Mike will have the sport.

2:30:032:30:04

But first, a summary of this

morning's main news.

2:30:042:30:06

The North Korean leader Kim Jong-un

has invited the South Korean

2:30:062:30:09

president Moon Jae-in to visit him

at the earliest date possible.

2:30:092:30:11

The unprecidented invitation

was given in the form

2:30:112:30:13

of a handwritten letter

by the sister of the

2:30:132:30:15

North Korean leader.

2:30:152:30:17

It comes after the two sides shared

a historic handshake

2:30:172:30:19

at the opening ceremony

of the Winter Olympics

2:30:192:30:21

in Pyeongchang.

2:30:212:30:23

It's been seen as a direct challenge

to the Trump administration,

2:30:232:30:25

which had urged caution rather

than engagement with the North.

2:30:252:30:30

The government has condemned

the "appalling abuse of vulnerable

2:30:302:30:32

people in Haiti" and says Oxfam has

serious questions to answer over

2:30:322:30:35

claims the charity covered up

2:30:352:30:36

the use of prostitutes by some

of its staff.

2:30:362:30:39

Oxfam insists it publicised

the action it took against the aid

2:30:392:30:42

workers involved,

2:30:422:30:43

some of whom were fired.

2:30:432:30:50

However, the Times is reporting

several went on to work

2:30:502:30:52

for other charities,

2:30:522:30:53

who were unaware of

their past behaviour.

2:30:532:30:55

Oxfam denies it provided positive

references for any staff

2:30:552:30:57

who were dismissed.

2:30:572:31:02

The Defence Minister,

Tobias Ellwood, has suggested two

2:31:022:31:04

members of the so-called

Islamic State group,

2:31:042:31:07

who are from London,

2:31:072:31:13

should be tried at the International

Criminal Court in The Hague.

2:31:132:31:16

The BBC understands Alexanda Kotey

and El Shafee Elsheikh,

2:31:162:31:18

whose unit is thought to have

murdered 27 hostages,

2:31:182:31:20

have been stripped of their

British citizenship.

2:31:202:31:22

The Syrian fighters who captured

them say they're yet to receive

2:31:222:31:24

a request from any country to hand

them over.

2:31:242:31:31

Israel says one of its fighter jets

has crashed after coming under

2:31:312:31:33

Syrian anti-aircraft fire.

2:31:332:31:34

The F16 came down

in Israeli territory,

2:31:342:31:35

and both pilots ejected safely.

2:31:352:31:37

Israel said it had been responding

to the launch of an Iranian

2:31:372:31:40

drone into its airspace.

2:31:402:31:48

Bring us up-to-date.

2:31:492:31:53

Well, what we know is that these

rainy military said that early this

2:31:532:31:58

morning, an Iranian drone came into

its airspace, across its northern

2:31:582:32:03

border from Syria, that drone was

shot down by and Israelis combat

2:32:032:32:07

helicopter, Israel says its fighter

jets targeted facility, that the

2:32:072:32:11

drone was launched from, inside

Syria. After that, it appears there

2:32:112:32:16

was anti-aircraft fire from Syria,

across the northern border, and at

2:32:162:32:22

the same time, Israel says one of

its F-16 fighter jets crashed. Not

2:32:222:32:28

entirely clear what the cause was

but Syrian state television says

2:32:282:32:32

that its forces shot down the

fighter jet, as you say, two is

2:32:322:32:37

ready pilots ejected, parachuted to

safety and are now in hospital. --

2:32:372:32:42

two is Rayleigh

2:32:422:32:48

safety and are now in hospital. --

two is Rayleigh.

2:32:482:32:53

two is Rayleigh. -- two Israeli

pilots.

2:32:532:33:00

Fraudsters are conning vulnerable

people out of thousands of pounds

2:33:022:33:05

in a phone scam which demands

they pay tax bills

2:33:052:33:07

using iTunes vouchers.

2:33:072:33:08

Victims are told they

owe money to HMRC,

2:33:082:33:10

and encouraged to buy the vouchers

and pass on the codes

2:33:102:33:13

to the scammer

2:33:132:33:14

1500 people have fallen victim to

this fraud, the average losses

2:33:142:33:17

£1150, although, very sadly, we

heard of one 81-year-old gentleman

2:33:172:33:23

who after repeated attacks lost

£20,000 to this scam.

2:33:232:33:29

A second member of staff

at the White House has resigned over

2:33:292:33:32

allegations of domestic abuse.

2:33:322:33:33

The former wife of

speechwriter, David Sorensen,

2:33:332:33:35

claimed he was violent and abusive

during their marriage,

2:33:352:33:37

something he denies.

2:33:372:33:38

Earlier Donald Trump

was criticised for publicly

2:33:382:33:40

praising another aide,

Rob Porter, who stepped down over

2:33:402:33:42

accusations of abuse made

by his two ex-wives.

2:33:422:33:45

A convicted killer,

who drove his car over a woman

2:33:452:33:47

as she tried to stop him

stealing her handbag, has gone

2:33:472:33:50

on the run after he was freed

from prison on licence.

2:33:502:33:52

Mark Woolley was jailed for life

at the Old Bailey in 2001

2:33:522:33:55

for the murder of costume

designer Elizabeth Sherlock,

2:33:552:33:57

and was released in November.

2:33:572:33:58

Scotland Yard says he was last seen

at a probation meeting

2:33:582:34:01

in East London 10 days ago.

2:34:012:34:08

Gerry Adams, one of the longest

serving party leaders in the world,

2:34:082:34:11

will step down as President

of Sinn Fein today.

2:34:112:34:13

After more than 34 years

in the post, he will be replaced

2:34:132:34:16

by Mary Lou McDonald at a specially

convened party conference in Dublin.

2:34:162:34:19

Her first major challenge will be

in Northern Ireland,

2:34:192:34:21

where talks to restore the devolved

government are due to

2:34:212:34:23

conclude next week.

2:34:232:34:31

Those are the main stories this

morning. Good morning, Mike am I

2:34:322:34:37

don't know which one I am more than

excited about, the diplomatic

2:34:372:34:43

developments, surrounding Winter

Olympics, than the actual action on

2:34:432:34:47

the slopes.

It shows the power of

sport, bringing nations together,

2:34:472:34:52

bringing people together. It is all

happening in Pyeongchang. The sport

2:34:522:34:57

has been very dramatic as well, we

have had our first gold medal for

2:34:572:35:00

Sweden, in the first amend, the

skiathlon. Years and years of

2:35:002:35:12

preparation, so much work, it all

comes down to how you learned after

2:35:122:35:15

doing that 1440 in the air, four

rotations, what must be going

2:35:152:35:21

through your mind as you prepare to

land... It was the headwind

2:35:212:35:26

apparently, that has caused our

disappointment in early events.

You

2:35:262:35:34

have got to trust that your body

knows what to do. Automatically.

2:35:342:35:38

Let's get the latest from

Pyeongchang.

2:35:382:35:47

The skiathlon in which Sweden won

the first gold of the games,

2:35:472:35:52

took 62 cross country skiers

2:35:522:36:00

through the South Korean hills.

2:36:002:36:04

Chilly end to what has been a flax

day for Team GB, what has been the

2:36:042:36:08

reaction to the disappointment? The

wind temperature has dropped, it is

2:36:082:36:16

expected -30 in the wind over the

weekend, very cold, and not the

2:36:162:36:20

first state of these Winter Olympics

that Team GB were hoping for, after

2:36:202:36:24

the anticipation and buzz of the

opening ceremony, especially where

2:36:242:36:31

our slopestyle snowboarders were

concerned, Jamie Nicholls, big-name,

2:36:312:36:37

first run went OK but did not get

the judge judges marked he was

2:36:372:36:42

opened for, second, he fell, missed

out on qualifying by 1.97 of a mark,

2:36:422:36:49

so close, disappointment for Jamie

Nicholls. Rowan Coulthard did not

2:36:492:36:52

qualify, neither did Billy Morgan, a

very well-known British snowboarder,

2:36:522:36:58

big notes for him, he finished two

second run on his back. -- big hopes

2:36:582:37:02

for him. -- Rowan Coultas. But they

do have chances in the big air

2:37:022:37:11

event, and a moment of history as

well, first gold medal of these

2:37:112:37:15

games awarded, Charlotte Calor of

Sweden took gold, the big story out

2:37:152:37:21

of that is that market Dearden, of

Norway, she has now become the most

2:37:212:37:27

decorated female Olympian, she now

has 11 Olympic medals from the

2:37:272:37:30

Winter games. Moment of history. --

Charlotte Kalla. Not the best of

2:37:302:37:35

days for Team GB. We will be looking

to pick ourselves up a little later

2:37:352:37:42

on, when Christie takes to the ice

rink.

2:37:422:37:50

So when and where, will Team

GB's medals come from.

2:37:502:37:54

Someone who knows what it takes,

2:37:542:37:56

is former skeleton

racer Amy Williams,

2:37:562:37:58

who won gold at the Vancouver games

in 2010.

2:37:582:38:02

Britain's only medal. You must be

there again.

When you watch the

2:38:022:38:07

opening ceremony yesterday, you are

transported back, cannot believe it

2:38:072:38:10

was eight years ago at Vancouver.

The whole jeopardy, not being able

2:38:102:38:19

to land properly, you know what it

takes to get down the skeleton track

2:38:192:38:22

safely, Elise Christie, quarter to

11, what can she do to minimise the

2:38:222:38:28

risk of what happened to her four

years ago, ending in disappointment.

2:38:282:38:32

That is Winter sports, you have all

the other elements, the conditions,

2:38:322:38:35

the snow, forever changing

environment, Elise Christie, in her

2:38:352:38:40

rink, in her environment, it is the

same, but then battling it out with

2:38:402:38:44

everyone else, all the different

athletes trying to get over that

2:38:442:38:48

finish line first. Like four years

ago, did not go her way, but she is

2:38:482:38:55

mentally ready, she has had a lot of

work to come back from those for

2:38:552:39:00

the. She's in a really good place.

And we hope that will not be

2:39:002:39:05

happening. Fingers crossed, she will

breeze through the qualifying rounds

2:39:052:39:10

and she is going for it, giving it

her all.

Eight years ago when you

2:39:102:39:14

are doing this, thinking about

social media, she struggled a lot

2:39:142:39:18

with trolling and a lot of abuse on

social media and I suppose it was

2:39:182:39:23

not as prevalent when you were there

eight years ago.

I don't even know

2:39:232:39:28

if Twitter and Instagram existed,

took me a few years to get into it

2:39:282:39:33

all, whereas athletes now, already

out there, they are stars before

2:39:332:39:37

they have performed and got their

medals, very different environment,

2:39:372:39:41

psychologically difficult.

Are you

told to stay away, you must talk to

2:39:412:39:47

people, are you told to stay away

from your smartphone and...?

2:39:472:39:51

Absolutely for me it was Facebook,

I'm not going to go on it at all,

2:39:512:39:56

looking at it afterwards, and I

would advise athletes now, stay away

2:39:562:40:00

from it, does not help your

performance. On the flip side, some

2:40:002:40:04

people need it, they need the boost.

It is an individual thing.

Talking

2:40:042:40:10

about the margins of error, in the

Winter Olympics particularly, this

2:40:102:40:14

is you competing. Some people have

said you do not think about anything

2:40:142:40:18

as you are going down, it is so

quick... So much going on, the

2:40:182:40:23

noise, you have talked about the

noise.

It is a real fine line, your

2:40:232:40:27

head is full in one sense, 16

Corners, you change the angles of

2:40:272:40:33

the sled as you go around each

corner, finding the quickest line,

2:40:332:40:38

thinking about power and speed and

explosiveness of the block, you

2:40:382:40:42

break it down, at the same time you

want to be at the start of the run

2:40:422:40:46

almost with an empty head, thinking

about those first few steps,

2:40:462:40:48

squinting, getting on the sled. --

sprinting. Then, corner number one,

2:40:482:40:56

you have to know exactly what you

are doing, you have to have plans in

2:40:562:41:00

your head, all within a split

second.

At the same time, a enormous

2:41:002:41:04

force pushing your head onto the

ice, and with incredible neck

2:41:042:41:08

strength...

Yes, three or 4Gs of

pressure, if you go into a corner

2:41:082:41:12

wrong, the Force new will smash your

head into the ice, all of a sudden

2:41:122:41:17

you cannot see anything, your

peripheral red and is working push

2:41:172:41:22

you around the corner. -- your

peripheral vision. I have hit my

2:41:222:41:27

chin, you do that sometimes.

Goodness me.

It is a lot of

2:41:272:41:33

different factors, not your vision

that is first sense!

I remember

2:41:332:41:37

talking about, the snowboard, and

you talk about keeping your head,

2:41:372:41:43

sometimes it is instinctive, you

have to learn to clear your head,

2:41:432:41:47

and sled instincts take over, and

trust your body, that is quite

2:41:472:41:51

difficult, in those circumstances,

especially when you are not used to

2:41:512:41:55

those crowds.

You can have your

perfect line, you're perfect trick

2:41:552:41:58

in your head, you might suddenly

take off or go into a corner

2:41:582:42:02

slightly differently and you cannot

do that, within those moments you

2:42:022:42:07

have two stay calm and change it in

your head, or us, you cannot

2:42:072:42:10

practice with all the crowds, with

all the cowbells going, and the

2:42:102:42:15

environment, you cannot practice

that, quite a tough thing for these

2:42:152:42:18

athletes.

In among us sofa-dwellers,

we think that all of you are a

2:42:182:42:28

little bit mad, because of all the

risks, but among you athletes, who

2:42:282:42:32

do you think are the mad ones

competing at the Winter Olympics, is

2:42:322:42:36

there some group where you say,

those ones!

The bobsleigh guys think

2:42:362:42:40

that we are mental and we think they

mental and vice versa, we have

2:42:402:42:44

respect, but then I look at ski

slope, I look at... The half pipe

2:42:442:42:50

guys... That is mental! Higher than

a double-decker bus! They would

2:42:502:42:55

probably never do skeleton. You have

respect for each other, because

2:42:552:42:58

everyone is slightly bonkers.

There

is a piece about who is cool and who

2:42:582:43:08

is not.

The snowboarders, they have

their baggy clothes, there is sense

2:43:082:43:11

in that, they need to move more,

they have a lingo, they always win

2:43:112:43:16

the call competition. You know when

you are not call, when you say the

2:43:162:43:21

word lingo...

LAUGHTER

-- when you are not cool. My Nice

2:43:212:43:29

and nephew are five and six, now

they are old enough to watch, and

2:43:292:43:34

they thought, it is auntie Amy on

the TV. -- niece. My brother was

2:43:342:43:39

having to explain that auntie Amy

has won a medal, and this is what

2:43:392:43:42

she does, they are watching now, new

fans of winter sport, that is what

2:43:422:43:46

is so great.

Look forward to seeing

you on the television later on with

2:43:462:43:50

the coverage. The skeleton start

next Friday. Today, it is the start

2:43:502:43:55

of the loose. -- luge.

2:43:552:44:06

The Six Nations continues this

weekend with a mouth-watering

2:44:062:44:08

clash at Twickenham this afternoon.

2:44:082:44:14

Before this tournament most people

would have said that England were

2:44:142:44:17

clear favourite, but not any more,

having seen the way that injury hit

2:44:172:44:21

Wales played Scotland last week.

John Watson is live at Twickenham.

2:44:212:44:26

Just superbly built up, isn't it,

huge game, all the talk about Wales,

2:44:262:44:33

but they blew Scotland away, hugely

impressive. Good morning from

2:44:332:44:37

Twickenham, feels as cold as

Pyeongchang here this morning but I

2:44:372:44:40

tell you what, things will get

heated up inside a little later on,

2:44:402:44:44

82,000 fans packing in for the big

one and if England are met by a wall

2:44:442:44:49

of Welsh resistance later, I tell

you what, that Welsh defence will

2:44:492:44:52

feel as big as that. It is set up

beautifully, a win for both on the

2:44:522:44:57

opening weekend, England getting

past Italy, scoring seven tries. Two

2:44:572:45:04

for Anthony Watson and two for Sam

Sumyk is, coming in for two changes.

2:45:042:45:09

Eddie Jones has masterminded this

superb run for England, 23 wins out

2:45:092:45:14

of 20. -- 23 wins out of 25. England

looking to get another win under

2:45:142:45:21

their belt. -- Sam Simmons. Ten wins

in ten years since he has been in

2:45:212:45:33

charge of Wales, played so well

against Scotland, every talking

2:45:332:45:37

about how the injuries will affect

Wales, and changed side,

2:45:372:45:41

unsurprising in the way that they

played, one stat worthy of note,

2:45:412:45:45

Warren Gatland took charge of Wales

ten years ago today, they came here

2:45:452:45:48

and beat England that state, Eddie

Jones will be hoping that history

2:45:482:45:52

will not be repeating itself later.

-- and beat England that day.

First

2:45:522:45:58

time I have ever seen you looking

shorter than those around you!

2:45:582:46:00

LAUGHTER

2:46:002:46:08

It's also round two,

of the women's six nations,

2:46:082:46:10

England host Wales and Scotland take

on France.

2:46:102:46:15

In domestic rugby, history

was made last night when

2:46:152:46:17

Joy Neville became the first woman

to referee a Pro14 match,

2:46:172:46:20

taking charge of Ulster

against Southern Kings,

2:46:202:46:21

and she saw Ulster dominate

the game, winning 59 points to 10,

2:46:212:46:24

with Craig Gilroy, scoring 3

of their 9 tries.

2:46:242:46:29

And we'll see rugby

league history today,

2:46:292:46:37

with the first Super League game

2:46:372:46:45

Held outside Europe, Wigan will play

Hull FC, in New South Wales,

2:46:472:46:51

Australia. There was a thrilling

finish to last night's game, after a

2:46:512:47:00

last-minute try

2:47:002:47:06

last-minute try from Salford, Gareth

O'Brien had to land this kick, to

2:47:062:47:08

earn them a point but it drifted

just wide - so Wakefield won by

2:47:082:47:11

14-12.

2:47:112:47:17

14-12. Now, Amy William's seat on

the sofa has been taken by Dan

2:47:172:47:19

Walker, who can tell us all about

today's Football Focus.

Spurs

2:47:192:47:22

against Arsenal is going to get a

lot of attention. Jan Vertonghen, we

2:47:222:47:24

will be talking with him about where

Spurs are and where he hopes they

2:47:242:47:28

will be. As well as talking about

today's game, he has reflected upon

2:47:282:47:35

the fact that he is Belgian and will

be taking on quite a lot of his

2:47:352:47:38

Spurs team-mates in the World Cup

when they play each other. This is

2:47:382:47:42

what he has said about that.

First

time in my career that I will face

2:47:422:47:49

Mike Tottenham team-mates, it is

going to be something very special.

2:47:492:47:52

I watched the draw with Eric Dier.

Oh my god! No!

2:47:522:48:03

Oh my god! No!

We spoke about it the

next day but ever since, no one ever

2:48:032:48:08

mentioned it again.

Plenty more from

Jan Vertonghen, talking to us. He

2:48:082:48:13

watched it with Eric Dier, who plays

for England, they will be heading

2:48:132:48:17

off against each other. Not very

happy, made the same noise. Chelsea

2:48:172:48:20

in prices to talk about as well,

Kasper Schmeichel on the programme,

2:48:202:48:25

interestingly, Riyad Mahrez refused

to train with Leicester City 46

2:48:252:48:29

sessions, he trained this week after

not getting the move to Manchester

2:48:292:48:32

City. -- for six sessions. Speaking

with Sami Khedira, who plays for

2:48:322:48:40

Juventus, they take on Spurs in the

Champions League. Lovely story about

2:48:402:48:46

a team that played in the 50 of

Scottish football, fifth round of

2:48:462:48:49

the Scottish cup this weekend, they

have travelled 2000 all -- 2000

2:48:492:48:53

miles already, to take on Kilmarnock

-- they have already travelled 2000

2:48:532:49:01

miles in the cup, and now Brora

Rangers we'll be taking on command.

2:49:012:49:06

Leah Miller has died of cancer, 36,

terrible news, Kevin Kell band

2:49:062:49:11

played alongside Liam Malone with

the Republic of Ireland, he said

2:49:112:49:14

last night it was always a pleasure

to share a dressing room with him.

2:49:142:49:19

-- Liam Miller.

Only 36. Absolutely

ginned fall the clubs he played for,

2:49:192:49:26

inspired a Leeds fightback, 3-0,

Leah Miller brought them back to win

2:49:262:49:33

the game, one of many memories that

people will have. -- Liam Miller.

2:49:332:49:37

Not really publicised. -- Kevin

Kilbane.

All done?

All finished,

2:49:372:49:50

Celtic play Partick Thistle, of

memories.

2:49:502:49:56

Let's find out what is happening

with the weather, it is a chilly

2:49:572:50:00

one.

2:50:002:50:02

It is colder than yesterday, just as

cold tomorrow in the wind, this is

2:50:042:50:07

the view that many of us are waking

up to. -- some of us. Western

2:50:072:50:12

England, rang to begin with, and

Scotland, overnight, wet weather,

2:50:122:50:18

rain for many of us, and tomorrow,

writer, blue skies, snow showers

2:50:182:50:23

around. Cold and wind to content

with. Recent satellite picture, what

2:50:232:50:28

is around, good deal of cloud,

because the rain is falling, and

2:50:282:50:35

heading south-east, reaching those

parts which are starting the day

2:50:352:50:37

drive.

2:50:372:50:42

drive. After the overnight rain,

quieter and dryer for Scotland and

2:50:432:50:47

Northern Ireland, more rain welcome

back to Northern Ireland later

2:50:472:50:49

today, so be aware, it will turn

wetter once again. Zooming in,

2:50:492:50:54

detailed look at things, a lot of

dry, clear whether in Scotland, Sun

2:50:542:50:59

will be shining to stay few showers

into the north-west, but after some

2:50:592:51:03

sunshine, rain coming back to

Northern Ireland, dry of the

2:51:032:51:06

northern England, may be some

glimmers of sunshine, much of

2:51:062:51:10

southern England and the Midlands,

across into East Anglia and the

2:51:102:51:15

south-east, cloud and some outbreaks

of rain. Temperatures, after a cold

2:51:152:51:19

start across easternmost parts,

frost overnight, 7 degrees. Seven to

2:51:192:51:24

10 Celsius, some of us into double

figures. Rugby picture here, sunny

2:51:242:51:30

ground, because we have rain in the

forecast at Twickenham and Dublin

2:51:302:51:34

today for the six Nations action and

a fairly brisk south-easterly wind,

2:51:342:51:40

and in England and Wales, ice bars

close together. More wet weather

2:51:402:51:43

around, this right here is snow,

southern Scotland and northern

2:51:432:51:48

England, low-level, you can see snow

at the time, that will clear away,

2:51:482:51:54

snow showers heading into the

north-west, temperatures dipping

2:51:542:51:57

close to freezing. North Wales,

northern England, going into

2:51:572:52:01

tomorrow morning, could be icy in

places. Tomorrow the wind will,

2:52:012:52:05

north-westerly wind, colder

direction, these are sleek, snow and

2:52:052:52:11

hail showers blowing in from the

North West, moving further

2:52:112:52:15

south-east, for what will be a much

colder day on the way tomorrow. That

2:52:152:52:19

is how your weekend is shaping up.

Thank you very much we will see you

2:52:192:52:23

later on.

2:52:232:52:30

Up to 100,000 pensioners,

people with disabilities,

2:52:402:52:41

single parents and those

who are unemployed and looking

2:52:412:52:44

for work could lose government help

with their mortgage interest

2:52:442:52:49

payments andt the benefit

can be worth up

2:52:492:52:55

to £100 a week but will stop

2:52:552:52:56

at the beginning of April,

when claimants will have

2:52:562:52:59

to apply for a loan instead.

2:52:592:53:00

Paul Lewis from Radio 4's 'Moneybox'

is in our London studio.

2:53:002:53:03

If people are not prepared this will

be very concerning. 95% of people

2:53:032:53:05

have been written to, if they do not

apply for the loan, they're alone

2:53:052:53:08

could be at risk because the benefit

payment to the lender lender. , and

2:53:082:53:13

if they have not agreed to take out

a loan instead to pay the interest

2:53:132:53:16

than the lender will not get their

money and could start repossession

2:53:162:53:19

proceedings. -- to the lender will

stop.

2:53:192:53:31

stop. Only 70,000 out of 110,000

have not -- only 700 out of 110,000

2:53:312:53:38

have begun the process. The lender

will come after them, they will not

2:53:382:53:43

know what to do.

That issue, if

anyone is at all concerned, they

2:53:432:53:51

need to talk to their lender, to

make sure they are aware.

They need

2:53:512:53:55

to look at the leaflet and in my

view take out the loan, there is not

2:53:552:54:00

really another alternative. One of

the problems with the loan is they

2:54:002:54:04

will then do the interest, which can

be several thousand pounds a year,

2:54:042:54:11

interest charged on that, 1.7%, the

debt will build up, over the years,

2:54:112:54:17

and if they are on the benefit for a

long time, and some of the people I

2:54:172:54:21

have spoken with, a lady who is a

carer for her disabled son, could be

2:54:212:54:26

on it for a considerable time, they

will find it is a big debt against

2:54:262:54:30

the value of the home when they come

to sell its.

How does the Department

2:54:302:54:35

for Work and Pensions defend this,

there is a saving, £170 million.

2:54:352:54:40

That is correct, the figure they

give, it is a saving in a

2:54:402:54:44

book-keeping way, they will not be

spending £170 million, they will be

2:54:442:54:49

lending 170 million, so it will

actually be on a different part of

2:54:492:54:52

the government accounts, a bit like

student loans, so there will not

2:54:522:54:55

really be saving it in any normal

sense but yes, they will stop paying

2:54:552:55:00

170 million and they will lend it to

people, and a lot of people have

2:55:002:55:03

made this points to me, if you are

on this benefit, someone's house is

2:55:032:55:10

likely to increase in value, it is

reasonable that anybody who has

2:55:102:55:13

received financial help should be

asked to pay that back when the

2:55:132:55:17

house is sold, and a lot of people

say that but what people don't

2:55:172:55:20

realise is that, the lady I was

talking about a moment ago, if she

2:55:202:55:25

did not get help with her mortgage

interest, moving out of her home

2:55:252:55:29

into rented accommodation and that

would cost the government a great

2:55:292:55:32

deal more to pay her rent, that

money would also be going to pay

2:55:322:55:36

probably a landlord's mortgage.

The

interest rate, 1.7%, how competitive

2:55:362:55:43

is that?

Well, of course, that is a

low rate, this is interest on the

2:55:432:55:47

loan that you take out to pay the

interest. Interest on interest, low

2:55:472:55:50

rate but it mounts up over the

years, not definitely 1.7%, has not

2:55:502:55:56

been announced yet, that kind of

rate, it is the rate that the

2:55:562:55:59

government will pay to borrow the

money.

Lovely to see you, and you

2:55:592:56:04

will be on at midday, Radio 4.

Yes,

midday, Money box.

2:56:042:56:15

How should we pay for our parks?

2:56:152:56:17

In Liverpool personal trainers,

professional photographers and tour

2:56:172:56:22

guides will have to pay

around £150 for a permit

2:56:222:56:24

if they want to use the city's

recreational areas.

2:56:242:56:26

At a time of squeezed

local authority budgets

2:56:262:56:28

and rising council tax,

should businesses who profit

2:56:282:56:30

from using the spaces

contribute, or does this go

2:56:302:56:32

against the principle

of open access for all?

2:56:322:56:34

Claire Fallon is in Prince's Park

in Liverpool this morning.

2:56:342:56:40

Open space, everyone should have

access, that is the question.

2:56:402:56:48

access, that is the question.

That

is the question, miserable weather

2:56:482:56:50

here, as to be said, all the same,

we are in beautiful surroundings,

2:56:502:56:55

keeping parks looking like this,

keeping them safe for the people use

2:56:552:57:00

them, it costs money, local

councils, in recent years, money has

2:57:002:57:04

not always been in big supplier, if

I can put it that way, that is why

2:57:042:57:09

we have this scheme being introduced

in Liverpool. -- big supply. People

2:57:092:57:15

who make money using the parks will

have to pay to use them with a

2:57:152:57:19

permit system being brought in. This

councillor is from the City Council,

2:57:192:57:25

so, how will this work and who will

have to pay for one of these

2:57:252:57:28

permits, they cost £150.

It varies,

the permits will be for people

2:57:282:57:34

running fitness training regimes,

lots of groups are excluded, so we

2:57:342:57:38

have a park run which is excluded,

they are here every Saturday

2:57:382:57:43

morning, all them will be free.

Friends groups, activities, will be

2:57:432:57:47

free, any events organised by any

city groups up to 200 people are

2:57:472:57:52

free but if you are organising a big

concert or some other event, you

2:57:522:57:55

will have to pay. Then we have an

explosion of small businesses

2:57:552:57:59

operating in parks, which are making

money, and we are imposing a charge

2:57:592:58:04

of £150 a year, less than £3 a week

seems reasonable to us.

Quickly, dog

2:58:042:58:10

walkers are excluded, rational dog

walkers but how do you tell the

2:58:102:58:15

difference between a group of

friends exercising and a personal

2:58:152:58:19

trainer with clients.

With

difficulty, or obviously, we will be

2:58:192:58:23

looking at dog walkers, among the

more difficult once to identify, it

2:58:232:58:27

will be suck it and see with these

schemes.

Thank you very much. Having

2:58:272:58:31

a quick chat with Gemma. Personal

trainer. You bring your clients into

2:58:312:58:37

these parks.

Probably not in this

weather(!) you will have to pay for

2:58:372:58:43

one of these permits.

Yes, and as a

freelance professional acrobat

2:58:432:58:46

professional with a small business

I'm not delighted because I need to

2:58:462:58:50

keep my costs down as much as

possible however, I am torn.

-- I

2:58:502:58:55

have been a resident of Liverpool

for 19 years, I love these green

2:58:552:59:00

spaces, I want them to be kept

beautiful, for my own pleasure and

2:59:002:59:03

for my clients. So I am not entirely

sure how I feel about it.

2:59:032:59:14

sure how I feel about it.

Broadly,

in order to keep parks good, you are

2:59:142:59:17

in favour of this.

I am, because,

because I am very pleased that all

2:59:172:59:25

charities immunity events, small

events, like park run and friends

2:59:252:59:33

groups, I am the chair of friends of

the lovely park, Princes part, will

2:59:332:59:37

be free, but for people having

businesses in a park, then I think

2:59:372:59:43

it is fair enough to pay something.

-- Princes Park. Because we want to

2:59:432:59:47

have our parks, in this park. We are

producing a memorial to Nelson

2:59:472:59:53

Mandela for instance and we need

funding.

The money has got to come

2:59:532:59:57

from somewhere. Ain't you very much,

really appreciate it. Variety of

2:59:573:00:04

views, one thing, £350 if you want

to land a helicopter. -- thank you

3:00:043:00:09

very much.

3:00:093:00:16

Hello this is Breakfast with

Charlie Stayt and Naga Munchetty.

3:00:503:00:53

The North Korean leader Kim Jong-un

has invited the South Korean

3:00:533:00:55

president to visit him

at the earliest date possible.

3:00:553:01:02

The invitation was given

by the sister of the North Korean

3:01:023:01:04

leader at a historic meeting

at the Winter Olympics in Seoul.

3:01:043:01:07

It would be the first meeting in

more than a decade between the two

3:01:073:01:10

leaders.

3:01:103:01:18

Good morning it's Saturday

the 10th of February.

3:01:283:01:30

Also this morning:

3:01:303:01:31

The government condemns

the "appalling abuse of vulnerable

3:01:313:01:33

people in Haiti" and says

the charity Oxfam has serious

3:01:333:01:35

questions to answer.

3:01:353:01:43

A government minister says

two captured members

3:01:453:01:46

of the British Islamic State cell,

nicknamed "the Beatles",

3:01:463:01:49

should be considered

for trial at the Hague.

3:01:493:01:51

In sport, a crash landing

for the Brits, on day one

3:01:513:01:53

of the Winter Olympics.

3:01:533:01:54

All 3 of the medal hopes

in the snowboard slopestyle,

3:01:543:01:57

try spectacular moves in the skies,

but fail to make the final -

3:01:573:02:00

with Billy Morgan falling

on his final run.

3:02:003:02:02

After disappointment

for the snowboarders,

3:02:023:02:03

all eyes are now on Elise Christie.

3:02:033:02:07

I am live at Twickenham with all the

build-up from the big one, England

3:02:073:02:11

versus Wales in the six Nations

championship. And, Nick has the

3:02:113:02:16

weather forecast. Good morning, it

is the weekend. Rain at some stage

3:02:163:02:20

today for all of us. The chance of

snow, especially later, and after

3:02:203:02:24

being less cold, tomorrow is much

colder again. I have got your

3:02:243:02:29

forecast for you later.

3:02:293:02:40

The bee invitation was given by the

sister of the North Korean leader.

3:02:443:02:47

Let's get more from our

correspondence.

3:02:473:03:00

I think we have got a problem with

Stephen. We will make sure that we

3:03:053:03:09

have got a connection. It is not

happening at the moment. We will

3:03:093:03:12

come back to that in a moment.

Steven McDonald is in John Chang for

3:03:123:03:18

us, there. Let's just show you the

wider images, there. -- Pyeongchang

3:03:183:03:23

for us. We knew that the two site

would be meeting, and Stephen, think

3:03:233:03:30

we can come back to you, now. This

time, yesterday, we spoke, didn't

3:03:303:03:36

we? And the question mark was, was

there a hand shake? This morning,

3:03:363:03:43

things have changed significantly?

Absolutely. The thaw between north

3:03:433:03:49

and South Korea continues here at

the Winter Olympics. We now have

3:03:493:03:54

this remarkable invitation from the

leader of the North, from the South

3:03:543:04:01

Korean president to visit at his

earliest possible convenience. This

3:04:013:04:05

came from a letter handwritten by

his sister. Kim Yo-jong went into

3:04:053:04:10

the presidential blue house, where

there is this high-level North

3:04:103:04:13

Korean delegation which sat down

with the South Korean Government,

3:04:133:04:20

including President Moon, and during

this meeting, she came up with this

3:04:203:04:25

folder, and we were wondering what

was in the folder, and in fact, it

3:04:253:04:29

was a handwritten message from the

North Korean leader, her brother to

3:04:293:04:35

his South Korean counterpart. Now, I

don't know how this will go down in

3:04:353:04:40

the United States. The Trump

administration has been saying that

3:04:403:04:42

really, this is not the time for

engagement with the north. Maximum

3:04:423:04:47

pressure needs to be kept on

Pyeongchang for -- North Korea

3:04:473:04:55

avoids North

3:04:553:05:03

avoids North nuclear weapons

programme. But, this could press

3:05:033:05:06

ahead with dialogue.

It is an

interesting situation, because we

3:05:063:05:10

know that Mike Pence is there at the

moment. He went out there clearly

3:05:103:05:13

with his own messages in amongst

international diplomacy?

Absolutely.

3:05:133:05:19

Vice President, Mike Pence, here at

the Olympics. He said that at every

3:05:193:05:28

stage you will be challenging North

Korea on human rights and nuclear

3:05:283:05:31

weapons. At the stadium, here,

behind me, last night at the opening

3:05:313:05:36

ceremony, he was within the

handshake's distance of the North

3:05:363:05:42

Korean leader's sister, and

completely shunned them. So, I think

3:05:423:05:47

that the US Government does not seem

at the moment prepared to open a

3:05:473:05:51

dialogue with the north, even though

Moon Jae-in, today, at the same

3:05:513:05:55

meeting said that they should

attempt to have discussions with the

3:05:553:05:59

United States. I am not so sure that

the Trump administration is open for

3:05:593:06:06

that possibility, just yet.

Thank

you so much. The Winter Olympics. We

3:06:063:06:11

will have more on the action that is

ongoing, a little bit later in the

3:06:113:06:15

sport. Six minutes past nine is the

time.

3:06:153:06:19

The government has condemned

the "appalling abuse of vulnerable

3:06:193:06:21

people in Haiti" and says Oxfam has

serious questions to answer over

3:06:213:06:24

claims the charity covered up

the use of prostitutes by some

3:06:243:06:27

of its staff.

3:06:273:06:28

Oxfam insists it publicised

the action it took against the aid

3:06:283:06:31

workers involved, some

of whom were fired.

3:06:313:06:32

However, the Times is reporting

several went on to work

3:06:323:06:35

for other charities,

who were unaware of

3:06:353:06:36

their past behaviour.

3:06:363:06:37

Oxfam denies it provided

positive references for any

3:06:373:06:39

staff who were dismissed.

3:06:393:06:42

Jessica Parker reports.

3:06:423:06:48

An advert from the

charity giant, Oxfam.

3:06:543:06:56

It got nearly £32

million from the UK

3:06:563:06:58

Department for International

Development in the last financial

3:06:583:07:02

year, but amid the sexual

exploitation scandal, the Government

3:07:023:07:04

said last night:

3:07:043:07:10

The allegations surround

the the behaviour of aid

3:07:423:07:44

workers here in Haiti

following the devastating

3:07:443:07:46

earthquake in 2010.

3:07:463:07:47

A Times newspaper

found inappropriate

3:07:473:07:48

behaviour, including

the use of prostitutes.

3:07:483:07:50

The charity has denied a cover-up

and said that it publicly

3:07:503:07:52

announced an enquiry

into the claims in 2011.

3:07:523:07:54

It said the behaviour of some

of its staff had been totally

3:07:543:07:57

unacceptable, but that allegations

that underage girls may have been

3:07:573:08:00

involved were not proven.

3:08:003:08:01

Four staff members

were dismissed and three

3:08:013:08:02

were allowed to resign as part

of the external investigation.

3:08:023:08:05

Was this the first time

that you ever heard

3:08:053:08:07

of exploitative sexual

behaviour going on at Oxfam?

3:08:073:08:09

No.

3:08:093:08:10

No.

3:08:103:08:11

I can only think of one

or two examples that

3:08:113:08:13

come to mind, but we had already

agreed that any sign that anybody

3:08:133:08:16

was doing this, there

would be an investigation.

3:08:163:08:18

That investigation was noted

and went to our trustee

3:08:183:08:20

board.

3:08:203:08:21

Today the Times reports fresh claims

that Oxfam failed to warn

3:08:213:08:24

other aid agencies

about the staff, allowing

3:08:243:08:26

them to take other jobs

in

3:08:263:08:27

the sector.

3:08:273:08:28

While there is a wide

acknowledgement that hundreds of

3:08:283:08:30

Oxfam staff have done nothing wrong,

the charity does now face serious

3:08:303:08:33

questions about its past and what

that could mean for its future.

3:08:333:08:36

The Defence Minister,

Tobias Ellwood, has suggested two

3:08:363:08:39

members of the so-called

Islamic State group,

3:08:393:08:41

who are from London, should be tried

at the International Criminal Court

3:08:413:08:44

in The Hague.

3:08:443:08:45

The BBC understands that the two -

who were part of a unit thought

3:08:453:08:48

to have murdered 27 hostages -

have been stripped of their

3:08:483:08:51

British citizenship.

3:08:513:08:54

Our political correspondent,

Chris Mason, reports.

3:08:543:08:57

Now, this is Tobias Ellwood.

3:08:573:08:59

He was called a hero after giving

first aid to PC Keith

3:08:593:09:04

Palmer, the policeman who was

stabbed to death during a terrorist

3:09:043:09:08

attack last year.

3:09:083:09:09

He also lost his brother

in a terrorist attack in

3:09:093:09:12

Bali in 2002.

3:09:123:09:20

Now, Mr Ellwod, a defence minister

has intervened over what

3:09:223:09:24

should happen to these

men, Alexanda Kotey,

3:09:243:09:26

and El Shafee Elsheikh.

3:09:263:09:27

They were part of a gang suspected

of murdering Alan Henning,

3:09:273:09:35

a driver and eight worker

from Eccles, and David Haines,

3:09:373:09:40

a long-time aid worker from

Perth.

3:09:403:09:41

In interviews with the times

and the Daily Telegraph, Tobias

3:09:413:09:44

Ellwood demands what he calls

an agreed international process for

3:09:443:09:46

captured fighters:

3:09:463:09:49

Last month, President Trump said

that he was keeping one

3:10:233:10:26

can obey open.

3:10:263:10:27

A decision is yet to be made

about what will happen to

3:10:273:10:29

Alexander Kotey and

El Shafee Elsheikh.

3:10:293:10:34

Israel says one of its fighter jets

has crashed after coming under

3:10:343:10:37

Syrian anti-aircraft fire.

3:10:373:10:38

The F16 came down in Israeli

territory, and both

3:10:383:10:40

pilots ejected safely.

3:10:403:10:41

Israel said it had been responding

to the launch of an Iranian

3:10:413:10:44

drone into its airspace.

3:10:443:10:48

A convicted killer,

who drove his car over a woman

3:10:483:10:50

as she tried to stop him

stealing her handbag, has gone

3:10:503:10:53

on the run after he was freed

from prison on licence.

3:10:533:10:55

Mark Woolley was jailed for life

at the Old Bailey in 2001

3:10:553:10:58

for the murder of costume designer

Elizabeth Sherlock -

3:10:583:11:01

and was released in November.

3:11:013:11:02

Scotland Yard says he was last seen

at a probation meeting

3:11:023:11:05

in East London 10 days ago.

3:11:053:11:07

Gerry Adams, one of the longest

serving party leaders in the world,

3:11:073:11:10

will step down as President

of Sinn Fein today.

3:11:103:11:13

After more than 34 years

in the post, he will be replaced

3:11:133:11:15

by Mary Lou McDonald at a specially

convened party conference in Dublin.

3:11:153:11:19

Her first major challenge will be

in Northern Ireland,

3:11:193:11:21

where talks to restore the devolved

government are due to

3:11:213:11:24

conclude next week.

3:11:243:11:32

Mary Lou McDonald is set to be

the new leader of of Irish

3:11:343:11:37

republicanism.

3:11:373:11:38

Her party is the second-biggest

in the Northern

3:11:383:11:40

Ireland, and third largest

in the Republic of Ireland.

3:11:403:11:42

Sinn Fein wants to be in power at

Stormont and in Dublin. Four-year

3:11:423:11:47

is, they try to achieve the union

threw bombs and bullets, seem to be

3:11:473:11:53

the political wing of the IRA. Mr

Adams has always denied being in the

3:11:533:12:01

organisation, but security forces

believe that he was. He then led the

3:12:013:12:07

republican movement into the peace

process. Marylou McDonald is from a

3:12:073:12:11

very different background, she grew

up in an affluent suburb of Dublin,

3:12:113:12:18

and has no direct experience of the

Northern Ireland conflict. Although

3:12:183:12:21

not particularly well known in the

-- outside of Ireland, she has

3:12:213:12:29

become known for her robust

performances. She has already

3:12:293:12:33

indicated that she will do things

her way.

I would fill Gerry -- I

3:12:333:12:43

would fill Gerry's shoes. But I will

bring my own.

3:12:433:12:50

bring my own.

Talks to restore the

devolved Government arithmetic to

3:12:503:12:55

reach a crunch point, next week.

3:12:553:12:58

The Church of England is facing

criticism over the way it deals

3:12:583:13:01

with allegations of sexual abuse,

after it emerged more

3:13:013:13:03

than 3000 safeguarding issues

were investigated in 2016.

3:13:033:13:05

A group of abuse survivors have been

holding a silent protest outside

3:13:053:13:13

the meeting of the ruling

General Synod this morning.

3:13:143:13:16

One of them is Gilo

who joins us from there now

3:13:163:13:19

A very big thank you for joining us.

Just giving a sense of why this is

3:13:193:13:29

such an important occasion.

I think

what is important about today is

3:13:293:13:32

that survivors have been gathering

with Synod and making a strong

3:13:323:13:40

connection and forming an alliance

with Synod members in order to drive

3:13:403:13:45

through change. We have brought with

us, a booklet, saying, we asked for

3:13:453:13:50

bread, but you gave us stones. That

has been sent to all Synod members.

3:13:503:14:01

It is a very important document, it

charts much pain in terms of the way

3:14:013:14:04

in which the Church has responded to

survivors, and today, we are really

3:14:043:14:11

able to connect that, with Synod

members and ask for their support

3:14:113:14:14

and help. And we are able to support

them as they drive through change in

3:14:143:14:19

the church.

So, clearly hugely

important as to what happens now,

3:14:193:14:24

and whether that is achieved in the

corporation that you're talking

3:14:243:14:26

about. Just go back a little bit in

the story for ask Woods there have

3:14:263:14:31

been many criticisms in the way that

the church has tried to handle if at

3:14:313:14:36

all, or even recognise those who

have made allegations, like

3:14:363:14:40

yourself? Could you tell us a bit

about how you are treated and

3:14:403:14:43

others, to? How they were treated?

It is very hit and miss within

3:14:433:14:50

dioceses. I think there are some

dioceses which have quite a good

3:14:503:14:53

record, and I think there are others

which have a very poor record. But,

3:14:533:14:58

one of the very sad things is that

the structure behind me in Church

3:14:583:15:02

house really has not been very good

in its treatment of survivors. The

3:15:023:15:09

National safeguarding team is coming

under very considerable fire today,

3:15:093:15:15

and indeed, yesterday, and I think

many survivors feel now that its

3:15:153:15:18

needs total root and branch reform.

Its needs new training, new

3:15:183:15:29

management, and very much a new

vision of itself, and its purpose,

3:15:293:15:33

but more than anything, that needs

to happen from today, is an

3:15:333:15:41

overarching independent body to

supervise and monitor the

3:15:413:15:45

safeguarding of the church, so that

its functional and operational.

One

3:15:453:15:52

of the things that I think it

probably has in common with other

3:15:523:15:55

areas of life where there have been

abuses, is that often people say,

3:15:553:15:59

those people who make accusations,

who have been the victims, they say

3:15:593:16:02

that how they were treated

subsequently can almost feel like

3:16:023:16:08

they are being abused again. But it

can compound a terrible situation.

3:16:083:16:14

Do you understand that?

Very much

so. I think that is a very common

3:16:143:16:18

experience for many of us. The

dishonesty, malevolence, silence,

3:16:183:16:23

legal games except that we

experience, very much compound the

3:16:233:16:30

heart and profoundly disrespects our

stories and the impact on our lives,

3:16:303:16:36

and I think that is common in

probably all institutions. Survivors

3:16:363:16:40

would say that the church, and the

churches generally need to be

3:16:403:16:48

leaders and they need to lead the

way. -- leads the way. They have got

3:16:483:16:54

Gospel imperative core principles

that ought to be at the heart of

3:16:543:16:57

really setting a profoundly good

example in this, and they are

3:16:573:17:00

failing.

I very much appreciate your

time. Thank you very much.

3:17:003:17:12

You're watching

Breakfast from BBC News.

3:17:123:17:14

The main stories this morning:

3:17:143:17:17

The North Korean leader Kim Jong-un

has invited the South Korean

3:17:173:17:19

president to visit him

at the earliest date possible,

3:17:193:17:21

following a historic

meeting in Seoul.

3:17:213:17:25

The government says it's reviewing

its relationship with Oxfam,

3:17:253:17:27

after claims the charity covered up

a scandal involving

3:17:273:17:29

its staff in Haiti.

3:17:293:17:37

This weekend is a weekend to wrap

up. It is because of that

3:17:433:17:46

north-westerly wind, Nick?

Absolutely right. We will be feeling

3:17:463:17:52

it again tomorrow. Today, a

south-westerly, so a little less

3:17:523:17:55

cold.

3:17:553:18:01

Now, I have found some sunshine for

you, and it is in Kent, but it has

3:18:023:18:07

been quite a cold start across

England. Some sunshine which will

3:18:073:18:12

not last too long, because here,

rain for a time today, although it

3:18:123:18:16

is already beginning to pull away

from Scotland and Northern Ireland,

3:18:163:18:20

and in tomorrow,

3:18:203:18:25

and in tomorrow, Sarnia and blue

skies, but it will be much colder.

3:18:253:18:30

All of the weekend whether showing

up on the satellite picture. Is

3:18:303:18:34

speckled cloud away to our

Northwest, these are the wintry

3:18:343:18:38

showers coming in tomorrow. Here is

how it is looking over the next few

3:18:383:18:42

hours, for the rest of this morning.

Outbreaks of rain spreading further

3:18:423:18:46

south. Something quieter from a time

will turn wet again, especially in

3:18:463:18:54

Northern Ireland, later this

afternoon. We take a closer look at

3:18:543:18:57

things at three o'clock, today, and

a lot of clear whether in Scotland.

3:18:573:19:00

You can see the green land that

indicate some sunshine. Something

3:19:003:19:07

drier for a time in northern

England, but just turning a bit

3:19:073:19:11

showery now at this stage into Wales

and south-west England. Still some

3:19:113:19:15

damp weather for East Anglia into

the south-east. That will eventually

3:19:153:19:19

push away. And temperatures, today,

it has been a cold start. As well,

3:19:193:19:25

though, 7-10d. Some of us edging

into double figures. For the rugby,

3:19:253:19:32

it will be largely and cloudy and

damp in Dublin and at Twickenham,

3:19:323:19:38

but a brisk south-westerly wind,

which for England and Wales,

3:19:383:19:42

tonight, will get stronger with

gales in places. Look at this wet

3:19:423:19:47

weather. We will see some snow

particularly into southern Scotland,

3:19:473:19:52

and northern England, for a time,

particularly into the hills, but as

3:19:523:19:56

that pulls away, snow showers

following north-west of the UK, and

3:19:563:20:01

temperatures will dip. There will be

icy conditions going into the

3:20:013:20:04

morning.

3:20:043:20:09

morning. More... If you get one of

these heavy showers, you may just

3:20:093:20:16

get a brief, light covering of snow

in places, but more into the hills,

3:20:163:20:20

as well. That wind direction,

tomorrow, will feel much colder.

3:20:203:20:24

There will be opportunities to see

some snow, at times, but we will

3:20:243:20:28

keep you updated about that for next

week. Thank you very much.

3:20:283:20:35

You're watching

Breakfast from BBC News.

3:20:393:20:41

Time now for a look

at the newspapers.

3:20:413:20:43

Politics lecturer

Victoria Honeyman is here.

3:20:433:20:46

You have picked out an article on

Jacob Rees-Mogg. We are seeing a lot

3:20:463:20:53

of him, recently, aren't we?

There

has been a lot of talk

3:20:533:20:58

of him, recently, aren't we?

There

has been a lot of talk about him as

3:20:583:21:00

a potential leader. Inevitably,

there is more adjusted in him. He is

3:21:003:21:04

quite an unusual character in

British politics. That is what the

3:21:043:21:09

article is referring to.

He has that

a lot of people in his comment.

He

3:21:093:21:13

certainly has. He is very

right-wing. He is staunchly Catholic

3:21:133:21:19

in his views, about abortion, and

particularly, there's top voter is

3:21:193:21:26

him having his hair done, the bottom

photo, the very small one is of him

3:21:263:21:30

as a 12-year-old reading the

Financial Times, this is an article

3:21:303:21:35

that says, raising his profile,

talking about who ears and what he

3:21:353:21:41

believes them, and that is great,

but he is a slight throwback to the

3:21:413:21:46

18th century. That is the thrust,

really.

In some ways, you could say,

3:21:463:21:54

he is not here to talk about

himself. He is somebody that, who,

3:21:543:21:58

despite maybe Harry comes across, he

clearly cared about his image. I

3:21:583:22:02

know that the newspaper chose that

particular shot, but MPs are not

3:22:023:22:07

immune from these things, that they

might in public they are not

3:22:073:22:11

relevant. They will say that what

they say and what they think is

3:22:113:22:14

relevant, but it does matter,

doesn't it?

I don't think that he

3:22:143:22:19

will be upset about that photograph,

because while he is generally

3:22:193:22:22

considered to be somebody who has a

strong personal image, of being a

3:22:223:22:26

very strong, very well put together,

quite compact

and strong beliefs,

3:22:263:22:31

that people do not agree with...

Exactly. He might want to push some

3:22:313:22:37

of his more popular views if he

wants to be more popular. That is

3:22:373:22:44

what he seems to be doing. Pushing

himself forward as an individual,

3:22:443:22:47

and somebody who will be of interest

to the British public.

What about

3:22:473:22:52

this insurance story? What is this

all about?

It is a very interesting

3:22:523:22:56

story. It is arguing that the

insurance industry, over the last

3:22:563:23:00

five years, if not slightly longer,

have attempted to add more and more

3:23:003:23:05

cost to the average insurance

policy, such as cancellation costs,

3:23:053:23:08

but this is a particular idea about

excesses. The excesses of a specific

3:23:083:23:12

amount that you have to pay when you

claim it is, but often, the accesses

3:23:123:23:18

are more than the things that for.

For example, a £500 access when you

3:23:183:23:25

can receive £350 of dental work.

So,

you could never get the value of

3:23:253:23:32

what you are claiming for?

That is

right. The bigger problem is that if

3:23:323:23:38

you claim on your insurance, then

you will pay more for it in the

3:23:383:23:40

coming year, so this may be that it

is a double or triple whammy on what

3:23:403:23:44

people are doing. They are being hit

by high cost of excesses, higher

3:23:443:23:49

costs of cancellations, and the

higher cost of...

But even if you

3:23:493:23:52

don't make a claim, your insurance

goes up. A lot of people's thinking

3:23:523:23:58

is that they might as well make a

claim. In the past, you might have

3:23:583:24:03

thought, I have not famed for five

years, so I should be one of the

3:24:033:24:06

people who get an advantage after

that, but when a claim goes up, and

3:24:063:24:10

you ask why, they say, a lot of

people have made gains. Your Low but

3:24:103:24:15

clearly, if you have got an excess

of £100, and you can only claim for

3:24:153:24:19

£100, what is the point of your

insurance at all.

3:24:193:24:27

insurance at all. Doesn't that just

say everything about how touches

3:24:273:24:31

some dog owners, R. Apparently

corgis are the dog to have now.

3:24:313:24:36

Apologies for having a couple of dog

heavy newspaper reviews. We talked

3:24:363:24:41

about Finn in the previous one, now

we are talking about corgis.

3:24:413:24:44

Apparently corgis have had a revival

because of issues relating to The

3:24:443:24:53

Crown, the Netflix programme. I have

seen serious one of the Crown, but I

3:24:533:24:58

don't remember the dogs being in it.

It was brilliant, but I did

3:24:583:25:03

remember.

They are in our lot.

Bisley, the Queen is often in

3:25:033:25:07

painted with her corgis. They are

having a surgeons.

You very rarely

3:25:073:25:14

the corgis, don't you?

They are

supposed to be quite snappy. --

they

3:25:143:25:23

are supposed to be quite snippy.

Snappy? Know, different from snappy.

3:25:233:25:30

I am sure that somebody will correct

me if I'm wrong, but this is a

3:25:303:25:34

specific type of Gorgie.

Let's not

talk about the cost reads. Why

3:25:343:25:40

shouldn't you tie the knot on

Valentine's Day? What is it, next

3:25:403:25:46

Wednesday?

Apparently, some Dutch

research has suggested that if you

3:25:463:25:50

get married on Valentine's Day, you

are 37% likely to be getting a

3:25:503:25:59

divorce. Maybe they are rushed?

I

will put a hole in that state the

3:25:593:26:04

way, no one decides to get married

on Valentine's Day, and then gets

3:26:043:26:09

married the same 'cause what is

today say, convinced the?

That is

3:26:093:26:13

essentially the thrust of the

article. If you get married on

3:26:133:26:16

Valentine's Day, you're more likely

to get divorced. There is lot of

3:26:163:26:20

pressure. People rush to do it. That

is essentially, cried a bit. I don't

3:26:203:26:24

really get the fast with Valentine's

Day. And it seems the Gide to

3:26:243:26:28

torture us single people. -- it

seems that a day to torture single

3:26:283:26:33

people.

If you need a day to tell

your partner that you love them,

3:26:333:26:39

something is not quite right. So, we

dismissing the Dutch research?

3:26:393:26:44

Infield that we are. Get one -- it

feels like we are. You know what,

3:26:443:26:50

get married when you want. Thank

you.

My pleasure.

3:26:503:26:56

This is Breakfast on BBC One.

3:26:563:26:57

Saturday Kitchen is coming up this

morning at ten on BBC Two

3:26:573:27:00

when Matt Tebbutt will be cooking

up a storm.

3:27:003:27:02

Matt - what's on the menu for us?

3:27:023:27:05

Good morning. How are you?

Have you

got love on the menu?

Not so much,

3:27:053:27:13

no. You might have tripe on the

menu.

Well, there you go. I wonder

3:27:133:27:19

what that says about you.

Not

particularly romantic, is it? I will

3:27:193:27:24

spend Valentine's Day in Germany

eating sausages, because that is

3:27:243:27:27

what they like in Germany. Enough of

that.

3:27:273:27:36

that.

And that I should get to keep

something at the of this.

So, busy,

3:27:363:27:45

Heaven, and Hell,?

3:27:453:27:51

Heaven, and Hell,?

Venison, and

mushrooms? And what about the hell?

3:27:533:27:59

Tripe. Tripe, like many of the

reviews that I have received.

We

3:27:593:28:05

also have some great chefs. What is

on the menu?

I am making a naval

3:28:053:28:13

inspired dish. It is an integration

between the north, and this out.

Is

3:28:133:28:19

an ancient recipe, isn't it?

Yes.

3:28:193:28:33

I will make wild mushroom... Little

bit of butter, bit of lemon, and

3:28:343:28:42

hallelujah!

There you go. Who

wouldn't want to watch that? Don't

3:28:423:28:49

forget, you guys are in charge of

what Stephen get, whether it is

3:28:493:28:54

heaven or hell? Don't forget, we are

on BBC Two, today.

3:28:543:29:06

on BBC Two, today. Enjoy, Matt.

Let's have a look at what it looks

3:29:063:29:12

like in Pyeongchang right now. They

are nine hours ahead. It looks

3:29:123:29:17

rather magnificent. Some of the

venues let up. In contrast it looks

3:29:173:29:23

like that is lava coming down the

mountain, rather than the hills.

3:29:233:29:29

It's not hot at all, though. Winter

Olympics getting underway. In the

3:29:293:29:35

athletes village, we will be showing

you all of the hard work and

3:29:353:29:38

training that they do before they

get ready for their competitions,

3:29:383:29:43

and of course, training hard. You

will be with you there, shortly.

3:29:433:29:55

Hello, this is Breakfast with

Naga Munchetty and Charlie Stayt.

3:30:413:30:46

Coming up before ten,

Nick will have the weather.

3:30:463:30:48

But first, a summary of this

morning's main news.

3:30:483:30:53

The North Korean leader Kim Jong-un

has invited the South Korean

3:30:533:30:56

president Moon Jae-in to visit him

at the earliest date possible.

3:30:563:30:59

The unprecidented invitation

was given in the form

3:30:593:31:01

of a handwritten letter

by the sister of the

3:31:013:31:03

North Korean leader.

3:31:033:31:04

It comes after the two sides shared

a historic handshake

3:31:043:31:06

at the opening ceremony

of the Winter Olympics

3:31:063:31:08

in Pyeongchang.

3:31:083:31:10

It's been seen as a direct challenge

to the Trump administration,

3:31:103:31:13

which had urged caution rather

than engagement with the North.

3:31:133:31:19

The government has condemned

the "appalling abuse of vulnerable

3:31:193:31:21

people in Haiti" and says Oxfam has

serious questions to answer over

3:31:213:31:24

claims the charity covered up

the use of prostitutes by some

3:31:243:31:27

of its staff.

3:31:273:31:28

Oxfam insists it publicised

the action it took against the aid

3:31:283:31:31

workers involved, some

of whom were fired.

3:31:313:31:32

However, the Times is reporting

several went on to work

3:31:323:31:35

for other charities,

who were unaware of

3:31:353:31:36

their past behaviour.

3:31:363:31:37

Oxfam denies it provided positive

references for any staff

3:31:373:31:40

who were dismissed.

3:31:403:31:47

The Defence Minister,

Tobias Ellwood, has suggested two

3:31:503:31:52

members of the so-called

Islamic State group,

3:31:523:31:54

who are from London.

3:31:543:31:55

should be tried at the International

Criminal Court in The Hague.

3:31:553:31:57

The BBC understands Alexanda Kotey

and El Shafee Elsheikh,

3:31:573:31:59

whose unit is thought to have

murdered 27 hostages,

3:31:593:32:02

have been stripped of their

British citizenship.

3:32:023:32:03

The Syrian fighters who captured

them say they're yet to receive

3:32:033:32:06

a request from any country to hand

them over.

3:32:063:32:14

Israel says one of its fighter jets

has crashed after coming under

3:32:183:32:21

Syrian anti-aircraft fire.

3:32:213:32:22

The F16 came down in Israeli

territory, and both

3:32:223:32:25

pilots ejected safely.

3:32:253:32:26

Israel said it had been responding

to the launch of an Iranian

3:32:263:32:28

drone into its airspace.

3:32:283:32:36

Fraudsters are conning vulnerable

people out of thousands of pounds

3:32:363:32:38

in a phone scam which demands

they pay tax bills

3:32:383:32:41

using iTunes vouchers.

3:32:413:32:42

Victims are told they owe money

to HMRC, and encouraged to buy

3:32:423:32:48

the vouchers and pass

on the codes to the scammer.

3:32:483:32:54

They are then redeemed or sold on.

3:32:543:32:57

1500 people have fallen

victim to this fraud,

3:32:573:33:05

the average person is over 65,

the average loss is £1150,

3:33:093:33:12

although, very sadly,

we heard of one 81-year-old

3:33:123:33:14

gentleman who after repeated attacks

lost £20,000 to this scam.

3:33:143:33:16

A convicted killer,

who drove his car over a woman

3:33:163:33:19

as she tried to stop him

stealing her handbag, has gone

3:33:193:33:21

on the run after he was freed

from prison on licence.

3:33:213:33:24

Mark Woolley was jailed for life

at the Old Bailey in 2001

3:33:243:33:27

for the murder of costume designer

Elizabeth Sherlock,

3:33:273:33:29

and was released in November.

3:33:293:33:30

Scotland Yard says he was last seen

at a probation meeting

3:33:303:33:33

in East London 10 days ago.

3:33:333:33:34

Gerry Adams, one of the longest

serving party leaders in the world,

3:33:343:33:37

will step down as President

of Sinn Fein today.

3:33:373:33:39

After more than 34 years

in the post, he will be replaced

3:33:393:33:42

by Mary Lou McDonald at a specially

convened party conference in Dublin.

3:33:423:33:45

Her first major challenge will be

in Northern Ireland,

3:33:453:33:47

where talks to restore the devolved

government are due to

3:33:473:33:49

conclude next week.

3:33:493:33:56

Those are the main stories. Mike,

good morning, we are so excited, I

3:33:563:34:02

am very excited, a couple of things,

the Winter Olympics, this diplomacy

3:34:023:34:05

coming around, there must be a good

feeling of sport, really...

3:34:053:34:11

Overflowing. The power of sport to

do what nothing else can, diplomacy,

3:34:113:34:17

war, this brings people together.

Wonderful to see this.

And the

3:34:173:34:23

action, heartbreak, joy.

In one

hour's time we will go through it

3:34:233:34:27

all again, Elise Christie, short

track speed skating, we saw all that

3:34:273:34:31

emotion, heartbreak for British

stars, in the snowboard slopestyle,

3:34:313:34:36

only the first event, they still

have the big air event, you did not

3:34:363:34:39

qualify for the final because of

what happened on the landings, so

3:34:393:34:42

crucial, the split second when you

land, doing your rotations, all the

3:34:423:34:46

work that has gone into that, it is

how you land, they could not cope

3:34:463:34:50

with it. This is what has been

happening in Pyeongchang on a busy

3:34:503:34:54

first birthday.

3:34:543:34:57

VOICEOVER: In snowboarding, you

match ambition in the air with boys

3:34:573:35:02

in the fall, it is the Olympic sport

that rewards bravery. Kick It

3:35:023:35:08

CO-COMMENTATOR:

The ground came up

to meet him.

British athletes have

3:35:083:35:12

medal interest here, they have been

training on a giant airbag to take

3:35:123:35:15

the risk out of their tricks, Jamie

Nicholls was on the edge of a final

3:35:153:35:19

place ahead of the second run. --

poise. He had to push the boundaries

3:35:193:35:23

to make it.

Jamie, that was huge!

That is how it goes sometimes in

3:35:233:35:29

competition, today was not my day.

Right now looks like I might miss

3:35:293:35:32

out on the finals by one spot, right

now, I would be gutted.

This is a

3:35:323:35:37

youthful Olympic discipline in many

ways, Billie Morgan has made his

3:35:373:35:40

name with tricks on YouTube, now he

had to keep the judges watching, the

3:35:403:35:45

problem, he was playing catch up as

well, forced into mistakes.

I knew I

3:35:453:35:49

was going to be slow coming into the

jump, second round, I felt the

3:35:493:35:54

headwind, and I thought, no... That

was all I could think about.

In

3:35:543:35:58

these events, months, years of

training can be defined in an

3:35:583:36:02

instant, in an error. A more patient

struggle would decide the first

3:36:023:36:05

medal, this combines two kinds of

cross-country, equally gruelling,

3:36:053:36:11

skiathlon, and Charlotte Kalla of

Sweden glided first past the

3:36:113:36:14

galleries, and there was more

history on the hill with Marit

3:36:143:36:18

Bjoergen Silver, she is now the most

decorated female Winter Olympian.

3:36:183:36:23

Britain's medal hopes start with the

Winter sprinting, Elise Christie is

3:36:233:36:27

a world champion now, more used to

success.

This sport is not spies to

3:36:273:36:32

be boring, you are not supposed to

sit in second. -- not supposed to be

3:36:323:36:37

boring. I will go for the win, I may

not do it but that is what I will be

3:36:373:36:41

trying to do.

Three medals in three

distances are there for her, winning

3:36:413:36:45

all of them would be truly historic,

she is the speed skater going for

3:36:453:36:49

superstardom.

3:36:493:36:52

Already a history making day at the

Winter Olympic and plenty more to

3:36:523:36:55

come on the BBC. The other big

event, they don't come much bigger.

3:36:553:37:04

The Six Nations continues this

weekend with a mouthwatering clash

3:37:053:37:07

at Twickenham this afternoon.

England take on Wales.. With both

3:37:073:37:09

sides looking, to build on winning

starts T this year 's tournament.

3:37:093:37:11

John Watson is life for us, at

Twickenham, I believe you may have a

3:37:113:37:17

couple of special guests. -- to this

year 's tournament. -- live. Victory

3:37:173:37:25

for England over Italy, and the big

win for Wales over Scotland, for the

3:37:253:37:32

Welsh perspective, Michael Owen,

grand slam winner with Wales, 2005,

3:37:323:37:36

and Mike Tindall, England

perspective, grand slam winner in

3:37:363:37:39

2003, if it gets heated, I am not

stepping in! LAUGHTER

3:37:393:37:44

Last week and Wales were very

impressive.

People writing them off

3:37:443:37:48

a little bit but I think we always

knew that the Llanelli Scarlets guys

3:37:483:37:52

have got verve and confidence, they

brought it through, no fear, do the

3:37:523:37:57

same today. Hoping they can do the

same again today.

Talking about

3:37:573:38:02

those guys from the Llanelli

Scarlets, built on the bedrock of

3:38:023:38:06

that team, ten of them starting,

unchanged, perhaps unsurprising that

3:38:063:38:11

Warren Gatland has stuck with the

side that got past Scotland.

A/V

3:38:113:38:16

players coming back, George North,

Euan Williams, George North involved

3:38:163:38:20

on the bench. -- 80 few players

coming back. -- a few. I hope those

3:38:203:38:33

guys can rise up to it and see them

perform as we have seen in the past,

3:38:333:38:37

for Llanelli Scarlets and last week

at the millennium stadium.

23 wins

3:38:373:38:42

out of 24, incredible run for

England under Eddie Jones, master

3:38:423:38:45

tactician on the field and off it,

as he was ramping up the pressure on

3:38:453:38:49

the Welsh fly half, Rhys Patchell,

saying, did he have the bottle to

3:38:493:38:53

content with the Twickenham called

and that he will face, interesting

3:38:533:38:58

to sow the seed of doubt.

That is

what Eddie Jones does, deflect away

3:38:583:39:02

from the team, take on the pressure

on his own shoulders, he wants to

3:39:023:39:07

pump a little bit of pressure on

Rhys Patchell, but it is also a

3:39:073:39:12

challenge. Rhys Patchell is a good

enough player to come out here and

3:39:123:39:14

play like he did last week, he wants

to make sure that he goes out to

3:39:143:39:20

perform, that is what good coaches

do, find places where they can apply

3:39:203:39:24

a little bit of pressure, and

challenge those players. It is down

3:39:243:39:29

now to Rhys Patchell to come out and

show he is a player that can do

3:39:293:39:33

that, he is of easily doing that

because he says he is the third

3:39:333:39:36

choice ten... I think Eddie Jones is

a little bit worried about him in

3:39:363:39:40

some ways! Also him doing his job to

make sure he puts pressure on him.

3:39:403:39:44

As a player, if an opposing coach

said something about you in the lead

3:39:443:39:48

up to a match, what frame of mind

with that leave you in?

Every

3:39:483:39:53

individual psyche and how they deal

with it, I would be thinking, this

3:39:533:39:56

is a good thing, if I was Rhys

Patchell, it shows he knows I can

3:39:563:40:00

play and dominate, in terms of how

Wales want to move forward and play

3:40:003:40:05

more of an expansive game, give the

ball more air, he's very good at it.

3:40:053:40:09

If I was him I would think it was a

compliment. Then you have to come

3:40:093:40:13

out and perform it. He is making you

know, you have to do it in front of

3:40:133:40:18

90,000 people.

The six Nations,

usually important, in the backdrop

3:40:183:40:22

of all of this, the World Cup on the

horizon, that is what Eddie Jones

3:40:223:40:27

has been tasked with, masterminding

that, our England on the right

3:40:273:40:31

track, do they have what it takes to

win the World Cup?

Look at the

3:40:313:40:36

statistics, you cannot win this many

games and not be on the right track,

3:40:363:40:40

they are a good team, great strength

in depth, finding out more and more

3:40:403:40:44

they play, the strength in depth.

The bench has been outstanding, that

3:40:443:40:48

came on last week am unbelievable,

three tries in the last 15 minutes,

3:40:483:40:53

fantastic. I think they are in a

very strong position. Sam Simmons

3:40:533:41:05

steps up, last week in, plays like

he did, someone, genuine gas, bit

3:41:053:41:10

more of a flair player, there will

always be a role for him in the

3:41:103:41:14

team. He is finding out about how

strong English rugby is. It is a

3:41:143:41:18

very good Welsh team. Yes, Scotland

were poor last week but you can only

3:41:183:41:23

beat what is in front of you and

Wales did a clinical professional

3:41:233:41:27

job on what they did last week will

stop I think it will be a good game,

3:41:273:41:31

always better when there is a little

bit... Yeah, when there is actually,

3:41:313:41:36

you know, an open forum, which way

it could go, that is what you want,

3:41:363:41:41

last time, last time Wales won here,

the World Cup, 2014, backstay flying

3:41:413:41:46

is rugby! Hopefully we will not be

seen that again later. I think it

3:41:463:41:50

will be a great game.

Spoken like a

proud endorsement and a proud

3:41:503:41:56

Welshman as well, aged 2000 fans

crammed in here, give us a sense,

3:41:563:42:01

huge occasion, can Wales do live?

I

think they can definitely do it, I

3:42:013:42:05

think they have the ability, to make

line breaks and score tries, hanging

3:42:053:42:09

in there, absorbing pressure from

what is a very good side. I think

3:42:093:42:14

they can sneak in in the last five

mids and break English hearts.

I

3:42:143:42:18

will leave them to it, this could

get very messy, James, thank you,

3:42:183:42:22

absolute belter, and it does not

need much more build-up, but Eddie

3:42:223:42:26

Jones, those comments adding a

little bit of spice to what is going

3:42:263:42:30

to be a cracking afternoon of rugby

ahead at Twickenham.

3:42:303:42:34

STUDIO: Thank you very much. Hard to

call, fantastic match-up, Eddie

3:42:343:42:39

Jones and Warren Gatland, both

fantastic form and coaches, ten

3:42:393:42:43

years in charge for Warren Gatland

at Wales. Mind games fascinating.

3:42:433:42:48

Superb, I cannot call it. England

fans might be worried after what we

3:42:483:42:51

saw this weekend.

Will it be a high

score?

Yeah, I'm thinking in the

3:42:513:42:58

20s, 25-22, something like that...

That is very precise. I will keep

3:42:583:43:02

that in mind.

Quite good, recently,

my predictions.

Yes.

We will see.

3:43:023:43:07

The first game of the day is in

Dublin, Ireland take on Italy. Also

3:43:073:43:11

round two of the women six Nations,

England hosted Wales, Scotland is

3:43:113:43:16

taking on France. History was made

last night in club

3:43:163:43:24

last night in club rugby, Joy

Neville became the first woman to

3:43:243:43:26

referee a Pro14 match, taking charge

of Ulster against Southern Kings -

3:43:263:43:28

and she saw Ulster dominate the

game, winning 59-10, with Craig

3:43:283:43:31

Gilroy, scoring three of their nine

tries. Talking of history, rugby

3:43:313:43:34

league history today, first ever

super league game staged outside of

3:43:343:43:40

Europe, it is actually in Australia!

Wigan play Hull FC, in New South

3:43:403:43:46

Wales, thrilling finish closer to

home last night, after a last-minute

3:43:463:43:49

try from Salford, Gareth O'Brien,

had to land this click to earned

3:43:493:43:53

them a point but it drifted just

wide, looks like it was going to

3:43:533:43:57

cross and over but no, Wakefield

wing, 40-12. -- land this

3:43:573:44:09

wing, 40-12. -- land this kick.

3:44:133:44:17

The big match today, Arsenal taking

on Tottenham Hotspur, Arsenal are

3:44:173:44:21

four behind Spurs.

For us, this is

an opportunity to come back in the

3:44:213:44:27

table, closer to the Champions

League spot.

That is the priority.

3:44:273:44:33

Last season, we were above them. It

is not right to focus on them. For

3:44:333:44:45

me, there is no one favourite, both

teams have equality and are powerful

3:44:453:44:49

and have the quality to win games.

3:44:493:44:53

Lunchtime today.

Celtic's defence of

the Scottish Cup continues today -

3:44:533:45:02

they take on Partick Thistle in the

fifth round. Celtic mourning the

3:45:023:45:04

passing of former midfielder Liam

Miller. He has died of cancer aged

3:45:043:45:06

just 36. Fans across the country are

in shock with this news, I certainly

3:45:063:45:11

was, as a Leeds Van, he play for

Manchester United and Sunderland as

3:45:113:45:15

well, winning 21 caps with the

Republic of Ireland. A lot of

3:45:153:45:19

memories coming out about Liam

Miller at various grounds.

3:45:193:45:24

Stop what you are doing, watch this,

the accuracy, it has put England in

3:45:243:45:29

trouble. A spectacular throw.

England Openers Jason Roy and Alex

3:45:293:45:39

Hayles, had already gone,

Australia's David Warner picks up

3:45:393:45:41

the ball and mid dive throws it

straight at the stumps and Davide

3:45:413:45:43

malan, was run out - England, who

lost their opening match, now 120-5.

3:45:433:45:51

The ball was really hugging the

ground as it went along... I have

3:45:523:45:55

never seen anything like that.

England lost their opening match,

3:45:553:46:00

they are now 120-5.

3:46:003:46:03

Something else special for you,

talking England and Wales... Back in

3:46:033:46:07

1947 Harry Walker made his England

debut against Wales. 71 years later,

3:46:073:46:09

he still remembers the game with

fond memories because England won

3:46:093:46:12

9-6. Today the teams meet again in

the Six Nations Championship and

3:46:123:46:14

Harry will be hoping for a similar

result. Ian Winter joined the

3:46:143:46:16

world's oldest international player

at his 103rd birthday celebrations

3:46:163:46:19

in Coventry.

3:46:193:46:24

I am so pleased to see all of you so

and sos here...

LAUGHTER

3:46:393:46:44

It is incredible.

Happy birthday,

Harry Walker, Coventry Rugby club

3:46:443:46:49

has never seen a party like this, on

Sunday H will be 103, he is a living

3:46:493:46:58

legend, the oldest international

rugby player in the world.

If

3:46:583:47:00

anybody deserved the accolade of Mr

Coventry Rugby, it is Harry, he has

3:47:003:47:05

given so much to the club, in

devotion, and above all else,

3:47:053:47:09

loyalty, something missing in the

modern game. We admire him for that

3:47:093:47:14

immensely, we love him to bits.

You

would not want to be playing rugby

3:47:143:47:18

on a pitch like that. He still loves

watching Coventry and is delighted

3:47:183:47:22

to see is old club emerging like a

Phoenix from the flames. He was born

3:47:223:47:26

during the First World War,

February, 1915, rugby has played a

3:47:263:47:30

huge part in his remarkable life

experience.

I want Coventry to get

3:47:303:47:37

promotion this year, and I want

Coventry to have a good team in the

3:47:373:47:42

championship. Coventry has always

been mine.

This is one of nine

3:47:423:47:46

England caps Harry won soon after

the end of the Second World War, it

3:47:463:47:52

is incredible to think that his

final international appearance was

3:47:523:47:56

in 1948, exactly 70 years ago!

COMMENTATOR: Cardiff Arms Park, the

3:47:563:48:04

white shirted wallabies kicking off

in the last match of the tour. I

3:48:043:48:07

voice-over also in 1948 that Harry

played for the Barbarians in the

3:48:073:48:11

famous victory against mighty

Australia.

The Australians had

3:48:113:48:19

beaten France, England, Ireland and

Scotland.

They were unbeaten! One of

3:48:193:48:25

the most satisfying wins of your

entire career?

That was the best. It

3:48:253:48:29

was the best, honest. And in those

days, you could not keep the jersey!

3:48:293:48:37

They would come round and collect

the bloody jersey of you!

Bananas,

3:48:373:48:43

broccoli, beetroot, and everyday

still cooks his own fresh food, he

3:48:433:48:46

will never forget his 103rd birthday

lunch but he will never to give the

3:48:463:48:52

rugby club jokers for using trick

candles and the icing on the cake

3:48:523:48:56

would be for England to beat Wales

at Twickenham this afternoon.

3:48:563:49:00

STUDIO: That is wonderful! Isn't it.

Happy birthday, Harry! 103! 1948,

3:49:003:49:08

crazy, wonderful pictures, wonderful

memories, if anybody can talk the

3:49:083:49:12

game, it is him.

3:49:123:49:15

Time now for the weather forecast.

3:49:173:49:21

Snow on the way.

3:49:253:49:28

Snow on the way.

3:49:283:49:29

Snow shower was around today for

some of us.

3:49:293:49:36

some of us. This will not last very

long, this is the view from some of

3:49:373:49:40

the weather watchers, changeable

weather this weekend, not the same

3:49:403:49:46

thing for very long at any time,

some rain around, clearing for

3:49:463:49:51

Scotland and Northern Ireland,

brighter skies, snow showers around,

3:49:513:49:55

cold weekend, particularly tomorrow

as we switch back to a

3:49:553:49:59

north-westerly direction. Here is

the view from space, satellite

3:49:593:50:02

image, all of the cloud coming with

outbreaks of rain, a lot of it

3:50:023:50:07

pulling away from Scotland and

Northern Ireland, quite a picture as

3:50:073:50:10

we go into the afternoon. This is

the main weather system taking the

3:50:103:50:14

outbreaks of rain ever further

south-east for England and Wales and

3:50:143:50:17

eventually, later today, into Kent.

As we take a look at things this

3:50:173:50:23

afternoon, three o'clock, we will

see some clearer weather in

3:50:233:50:27

Scotland, continuing. Sunshine

around today, in Greenland, clear,

3:50:273:50:32

sunshine and gown and a future

showers dotted about. Cloud

3:50:323:50:35

increasing again after sunny spells

in Northern Ireland, rain moving in.

3:50:353:50:39

Hugging parts of northern England,

the Midlands and the south-east, if

3:50:393:50:44

you brighter holes. Outbreaks of

rain for East Anglia and south-east

3:50:443:50:47

England. -- a view brighter holes.

Quite start across eastern part,

3:50:473:50:55

temperatures slow to recover. Risk

south-westerly wind. -- a few.

3:50:553:51:01

Sunshine on the rugby pitch, there

will not be much in evidence, Dublin

3:51:013:51:04

and Twickenham today, big matches,

especially at Twickenham. For

3:51:043:51:10

England and Wales, will deliver

dales, gusty winds, more wet

3:51:103:51:17

weather, and not just growing, some

snow.

3:51:173:51:23

snow. There will be accumulations in

hills, to relatively low levels, as

3:51:233:51:26

the system begins to pull away, snow

showers followed, Tim Burgess,

3:51:263:51:31

notice these, dropping close to

freezing.

3:51:313:51:37

Tomorrow, north-westerly wind, there

will be sunshine, you can see the

3:51:393:51:44

land, that is where it is clearer,

but there will be white indicating

3:51:443:51:48

where there will be wintry showers,

snow, hail, and filtering south-east

3:51:483:51:54

during the day, notice temperatures

are lower compared to today, it will

3:51:543:51:58

feel colder in the wind especially

as they showers move on through.

3:51:583:52:03

Some of us double figures today, not

tomorrow, maybe some more snow in

3:52:033:52:06

the forecast in the week ahead we

will keep you updated on that.

3:52:063:52:13

It's already being billed as the

biggest Winter Olympic Games yet -

3:52:193:52:21

there are almost 3,000 athletes from

92 countries

3:52:213:52:25

competing What are they doing when

they are not on the slope. BBC

3:52:253:52:30

Sport's Radzi Chinyanganya to check

out the facilities at the athletes'

3:52:303:52:33

village in Pyeongchang.

3:52:333:52:34

Each and every one of those flags

represents a country competing at

3:52:413:52:45

the Winter Olympics and this is the

athletes will each and we have come

3:52:453:52:48

to take a look around. Genuinely no

idea what goes on here, it says

3:52:483:52:52

recreation area... OK, this is my

kind of place. Pool, table hockey,

3:52:523:53:00

basically, one conclusion, doesn't

matter what country you come from,

3:53:003:53:03

entertainment is a universal

language, sometimes you have to have

3:53:033:53:06

your arm twisted to do things, I

think the massage chair, it is just

3:53:063:53:10

one I'm going to take the team(!) I

have never sat in one of these

3:53:103:53:15

before... I could get used to this.

It has started, that is really good,

3:53:153:53:20

and it is pressing into my back...

This is... This is great! LAUGHTER

3:53:203:53:26

Lets never move from here! LAUGHTER

3:53:263:53:29

With temperatures being officially

Baltic, the place you come to

3:53:293:53:34

replace the calories, right inside

there, the official dining hall, I

3:53:343:53:38

cannot get in because it is not an

athlete -- I am not an athlete but

3:53:383:53:42

it smells very good. We are in part

of the gym, the cardio focused area,

3:53:423:53:47

and this is where the athletes

cannot get much stronger or fitter,

3:53:473:53:51

but they can certainly make sure

they keep things to ticking over for

3:53:513:53:56

the most important day of their

lives. When the Team GB athletes are

3:53:563:54:01

not training or competing, then they

are inside here, the Team GB HQ, we

3:54:013:54:06

have been invited to go inside. It

says please do not disturb, very

3:54:063:54:11

good reason, the bobsleigh guys have

just had a nap, they are inside

3:54:113:54:16

there, I have been told it is messy,

it is lived in, and straightaway, a

3:54:163:54:20

man in his boxers! LAUGHTER

Gentleman... How are we doing?

3:54:203:54:25

What's happening! Good to see you.

Very first Winter Olympics. The

3:54:253:54:31

grant on top of the world. First,

second, that Olympics, always

3:54:313:54:36

feeling incredible. Britain's their

fastest man.

Yeah, second Olympics,

3:54:363:54:42

it is as exciting as the first, you

want to get out there.

Such a

3:54:423:54:47

build-up. No question about the team

spirit in here, you guys obviously

3:54:473:54:51

get on.

You know what, he talks in

his sleep! So we get on in the

3:54:513:54:55

daytime...

LAUGHTER

So this will be the helmet that you

3:54:553:54:58

will be wearing, if you are...

When

you see me, rocking to the block and

3:54:583:55:03

sliding down, I will be wearing this

bad boy.

You will be running the

3:55:033:55:08

most important performance time of

your life.

Feels good, I feel at

3:55:083:55:13

home, you'll have become we compete

against these guys all year round,

3:55:133:55:17

it is very much, we want to win all

year.

3:55:173:55:20

Kind of fascinating to see

behind-the-scenes. All working very

3:55:253:55:27

hard of course. Whether it's for dog

walkers, joggers or feeding the

3:55:273:55:30

ducks, parks can be a welcome oasis

in our towns and cities. But who

3:55:303:55:34

should pay for them?

3:55:343:55:37

Now, in Liverpool, they're planning

on charging people for permits if

3:55:373:55:39

they use them in a professional

capacity. So with tight council

3:55:393:55:41

budgets - could this be the answer

to paying for parks? Claire Fallon

3:55:413:55:44

is in Prince's Park in Liverpool

this morning.

3:55:443:55:50

Good morning.

Good morning.

Miserable weather, but beautiful

3:55:543:56:01

surroundings, all the same, here is

the thing, keeping parks looking

3:56:013:56:05

beautiful, keeping them safe for the

people who use them does cost money,

3:56:053:56:09

recent years, council budgets have

been squeezed. Here in Liverpool,

3:56:093:56:13

what they are talking about, what

they will bring in, permit system,

3:56:133:56:17

meaning people who use the parks in

order to make money will have to pay

3:56:173:56:21

money to use the parks. Let me

introduce you to a counsellor,

3:56:213:56:28

behind the idea, Steve, this is

difficult, because parks are

3:56:283:56:32

publicly owned, and we should be

able to use them for free.

It is not

3:56:323:56:38

difficult at all, if you are making

money out of using parks, personally

3:56:383:56:41

reasonable that you pay, I don't see

why anybody should have a problem

3:56:413:56:44

with it. If you are organising big

concerts and making money, you

3:56:443:56:49

should pay us, or, smaller offence,

a range of new activities. Fitness

3:56:493:56:55

trainers and other things. The

charges we are proposing for those

3:56:553:57:00

activities, £150 a year, less than

£3 a week, you probably pay that for

3:57:003:57:06

using a hall for activities.

Incredibly good bargain.

Permits for

3:57:063:57:10

people like personal trainer.

Not

professional dog walkers. We have a

3:57:103:57:15

park run on here, that will be free

as well. How do you tell the

3:57:153:57:19

difference between a group of

friends exercising and a personal

3:57:193:57:22

trainer?

Using your nose, really,

local knowledge, friends groups know

3:57:223:57:27

who is about. We will have two suck

it and see.

Let me introduce you to

3:57:273:57:34

a personal trainer, you will need a

permit.

Yes, and as a self-employed

3:57:343:57:40

small business owner, paying extra

money, I already paid gym rent as

3:57:403:57:44

well, obviously I'm not delighted,

however, as a resident of Liverpool,

3:57:443:57:48

I feel strongly about green spaces

being kept beautiful so if I am

3:57:483:57:52

earning money, it is like a Home

Office, I do not use it a great

3:57:523:57:56

deal, but it is not a great deal of

money. But, you know, they are

3:57:563:58:01

public spaces. I do come here for

myself, and I do sometimes come here

3:58:013:58:06

with mates, just to go for a run, I

don't want to be approached when

3:58:063:58:12

iron fist having a nice run out with

my friends.

Thank you very much,

3:58:123:58:16

thank you for braving the weather.

On the new price list, one

3:58:163:58:20

interesting thing, £350 if you want

to land a helicopter in one of the

3:58:203:58:25

parks in Liverpool! That is one to

bear in mind if you have a

3:58:253:58:29

helicopter...

I will book mine in

now, right now, obviously... Warm

3:58:293:58:36

up, it has been bitterly cold. Thank

you very much.

3:58:363:58:39

A last look at some of the images

coming out of Pyeongchang, this

3:58:393:58:45

morning, nine hours ahead, dark

there, does look rather magnificent,

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in the evening. You can watch the

Winter Olympics coverage on BBC One,

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or Saturday Kitchen Live BBC Two,

whatever you do, enjoy the rest of

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your day.

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