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hello, you're watching afternoon live. i'm simon mccoy. today at 2: the head of the parole board apologises to victims of black cab rapistjohn warboys — who weren't told he's to be released. when we released the information about the decision it was my understanding to date we believed all victims had been told about that decision. we are checking today exactly what happened because clearly something went wrong. new car sales fall for the first time in six years — with demand for diesel cars plunging by almost a fifth. after all the hype — that book about trump is out. the author says he stands by his claims that the president has no credibility. they all say he is like a child. and what they mean by that, is that he has a need for immediate gratification. it is all about. travel chaos in the united states — thousands of flights are cancelled as a ‘bomb cyclone' hits
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this is afternoon live. the chair of the parole board has apologised unreservedly to victims of the serial sex attacker john worboys, after some of them were not told he's to be released from prison. the black cab driver was jailed in 2009, for offences against 12 women — but detectives later said they believed he'd attacked more than 100 women between 2002 and 2008. a group of mps has written to thejustice secretary, calling for an investigation into whether the views of worboys‘ victims were heard in the decision to release him on parole. our home affairs correspondent daniel sandford reports. he toured the streets of london in his black taxi for six years. police think he may have raped or sexually assaulted at least 105 women after drugging them.
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he was given an indeterminate sentence, which means he can't be released until he's no longer a risk to the public. butjohn warboys is about to be freed after less than ten years. so the key question for the three members of the parole board was, isjohn warboys still a danger to women? in ruling that he should be released, they must have decided that he isn't a danger, but they haven't made public their reasons for freeing a man suspected of being one of the most prolific sex offenders of recent years. the parole board is not legally allowed to give reasons for its decision, but the chair of the board did give this explanation. what's important to understand is that the parole board's duty is not to in a sense have another go at the trial, but to assess what his risks will be going forward, and that's what they did. at his trial, john worboys was only convicted of attacking 12 women,
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and only one of those convictions was for rape, so the judge set a minimum sentence of eight years, which means the police and crime prosecution service are now being asked why they didn't bring further cases. the parole board has also had to apologise because several ofjohn worboys‘ victims had not been told of the decision to release him before it became public yesterday. this is perhaps a reflection of the way in which women who are victims of rape are treated generally, and until the criminal justice agencies get this right, we've got a crisis in this country around it. the worboys case has highlighted flaws in the criminaljustice system from the start. initially, the police failed to investigate it properly. then, only 12 cases were brought to trial, even though there were ultimately suspicions of over 100. and now a man who a judge said shouldn't be released until he's no longer a threat is about to walk free from prison after ten years. daniel sandford, bbc news. let's talk to clive coleman our
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legal affairs correspondent. something needs to change at the pa role something needs to change at the parole board, those are the words of the boss of the parole board. parole board, those are the words of the boss of the parole boardm parole board, those are the words of the boss of the parole board. it is not just today he the boss of the parole board. it is notjust today he has called for a public consultation and pushing openness more openness, he wants justice to be seen to be done. we are out of step with others, in canada the press and public are allowed into pa role canada the press and public are allowed into parole board hearings and the findings are reported and understood by the public. there are issues. cost issues, for a start, in arranging that, issues about the sensitivity of victims. some believe perhaps it would mean victims would have to really have painful experiences. some say as far as prisoners are concerned, if they know it is public, they may be more
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restricted in what they say or feel they can say less and maybe it will be more difficult for the board to assess the risk posed to the public. the chair of the commons justice committee bob neill affectively called for more openness. many people think now is the time to draw the curtains and let the public in and see what goes on. the public wa nts to and see what goes on. the public wants to know how that decision was reached. thatjohn worboys no longer poses a threat. the issues such as whether there were women on the pa role whether there were women on the parole board hearing, what evidence they took. with sexual offences, anybody in the system says it is difficult when you have a sexual predator, that behaviour tends not to change. that is the key question. we are looking at it in the dark because in the moment as said in the report, the parole board are not allowed to make public their decision by law so we do not know
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the nature of the evidence. it was alive hearing. interesting, some prisoners on indeterminate sentences for public protection can be granted pa role for public protection can be granted parole without attending the hearing. that was not done injohn worboys‘ case. there was a live hearing but what evidence there was, psychiatrists, psychologists... john worboys has to satisfy the parole board he no longer poses a risk and has come to terms with his offending behaviour. we do not know the level of contrition if there is, i assume there must have been of —— otherwise they would not make the decision. the ipps, there is a suspicion at the time of his conviction and sentencing, the police and others would have thought that is good, the indeterminate sentence would be longer. let me give you history on
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the sentences. they came in 2005 when the criminaljustice system faced a problem with dangerous, nasty criminals coming to the end of the determinate sentence but nothing could be done, they had to be released and these people clearly posed a danger to children and members of the public and the ipps was brought in to deal with those people but they thought it would be a pretty small number of them. 0ver 6000 people eventually were placed on these, some for relatively minor offences and some with a minimum tariff between ten and 18 months. it was clogging the system and they we re was clogging the system and they were seen not to be just and campaigners fought campaign and ministers got on side and in 2012 the sentences were abolished. back in 2010, relatively few prisoners on ipps work getting out on parole,
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able to satisfy... there are a number of reasons. there were not enough courses, treatment in prison, and it was difficult to show you no longer posed a threat. there was a change and now the backlog has been dealt with and there is a will to get a lot of these people out and hundreds each year are now being released on parole. whether that had any bearing in john released on parole. whether that had any bearing injohn worboys‘ case is difficult to say that we know large numbers of these prisoners are released on parole, often with strict conditions. i assume you have written online about this. i have. that is the place to go. new car sales fell for the first time in six years last year, dragged down by a collapse in demand for diesel. the uk's motor industry warns it expects britain's car market to weaken further this year. the society of motor manufacturers and traders says there were 2.5 million cars registered last year. that shows a 5.7% fall on the number of registrations in 2016. the sale of diesel cars
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fell 17% since 2016, as higher taxes and pollution fears hit demand. and the situation could worsen this year. the smmt expects that car sales will drop by up to 7% this year. the industry body blames uncertainty over brexit and confusion about future policy on diesel cars. our business correspondent theo leggett has more. for the past few years, car sales in britain have been booming. in 2015 and 2016, the industry set new records. but now, it may be going into reverse gear. 0verall, new car registrations were down 5.7% last year, according to the society of motor manufacturers and traders. that's the first decline in six years. no one is panicking just yet. by historical standards, 2017 was still a pretty good year. more than 2.5 million new cars were registered — the third highest level in a decade. but over the past few months the decline has accelerated.
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in december, registrations were down more than 14% compared to last year. and sales of diesel cars across the year were down more than 17%. 0verall, if you look at the economic performance of the uk, growth is slowing. all the indicators around economic confidence are weakening, especially when it comes to people's enthusiasm about making a big—ticket purchase, like a car. declining demand for diesel cars is a big problem for the industry. campaigners blame them for high levels of urban pollution but the smmt says that uncertainty over the government's clean air plans is leaving consumers confused and unwilling to buy them. experts agree. even though new models are much cleaner, diesel has an image problem. diesels can only recover if the facts can be made clear. if the facts around the lower pollutant levels, the economic benefits of running one, can be made plain and clear. and that really will need someone in senior government to stand up above the parapet and say something positive about diesel and make
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the facts clear around it. people within the industry say confusion over diesel may be causing environmental harm by encouraging drivers to hang onto older, dirtier cars, rather than swapping them for cleaner, new models. meanwhile, the fall in sales is expected to continue throughout 2018. theo leggett, bbc news. i'm joined now byjulian buckley, editor of the magazin, motor trader. of the magazine, motor trader. this demonisation of diesel and the drop in sales, how fair is that two diesel manufacturers? it is not fair. a lot of investment has gone into the development of diesel and the new technology is fantastic, if you look at the euro six compliant car, the level... less than two
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yea rs car, the level... less than two years old? car, the level... less than two years old ? yes, car, the level... less than two years old? yes, they would have started coming out about the middle of 2015. when we talk about cars before that there is a problem, diesel cars? indeed. the transport for london has it right. the level of cut—off for the additional charge on diesels is appropriate because those are the cars that have the heightened emissions. but if you are looking at cars after that, they are not that bad. they do not deserve the criticism. it has been such a mixed message with the government at one point saying diesel is to be in courage, and suddenly it was not to be and the manufacturers did not help very much when they were starting the figures. of course, thatis starting the figures. of course, that is something you cannot condone. that is one particular manufacturer. other manufacturers...
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to be fair, it was more than one. well, other manufacturers have been implicated but nobody prosecuted so ido implicated but nobody prosecuted so i do not want tojump over that bridgejust yet. we know i do not want tojump over that bridge just yet. we know volkswagen had issues and people are getting prosecuted for that. there is a lot of money and smart people putting out good diesel engine solutions. you are looking at a decline in nitrous oxide and particulates and you have the capture systems for particulates. and the afterburner systems that reduce particulate cou nts to systems that reduce particulate counts to negligible levels. systems that reduce particulate counts to negligible levelslj tweeted counts to negligible levels.|j tweeted earlier you were coming on and this was your view and a lot of people said nobody cares any more about diesel and petrol because it will be history very soon, we are moving into the electric age. will be history very soon, we are moving into the electric agelj don't doubt that in the long—term
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andi don't doubt that in the long—term and i talk about a very long—term. decades? yes. absolutely. ithink decades. i think there is a future for electrics, of course. you get this fleet of electrics running around the uk and suddenly there will be brownouts and blackouts because of electricity used that there is a lot of electricity used to produce the petrol cars use, so if there is a decline in demand for petrol, production goes down, that electricity potential is still in the grid and it could be used to fuel. what do you drive? i drive a diesel, honda civic 1.6. fuel. what do you drive? i drive a diesel, honda civic1.6. as fuel. what do you drive? i drive a diesel, honda civic 1.6. as far as you are concerned , diesel, honda civic 1.6. as far as you are concerned, it is as environmentally sound as anything else on the road? it is an excellent car. i have friends at honda... i generally get 55, 60 out of this car
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will stop i have friends who get between 85 and 90 mpg. there may be a couple of hybrids that can do that matters when they have a big battery pack to get the extended electric phase before the engine kicks in. it isa phase before the engine kicks in. it is a good car. there is a case for diesel for people who do more than 15,000 miles per year because at that point the mileage demands the cost of that mileage. julian, thank you. you can always tweet your response. the headlines. the chairman of the pa role the headlines. the chairman of the parole board is concerned some victims of serial rapistjohn worboys were not told he was about to be released. new car sales fall for the first time in six years with the demand for diesel cars plunging by almost a fifth. the writer of a
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book about the trump administration accused the president of being like accused the president of being like a child and having no credibility. and ina a child and having no credibility. and in a moment, the vicar who takes a deposit to make sure brides turn up a deposit to make sure brides turn up on time. england left frustrated as australia backed themselves into as australia backed themselves into a strong position on day two of the final ashes test. serena williams pulls out of the tournament at the australian open saying she is not ready after the birth of her daughter. tonight, the red and blue of merseyside meet at anfield in the latest round of the fa cup. the author of the book ‘fire and fury‘ — an incendiary account of life in donald trump's white house — has spoken for the first time since its publication. in an interview on american television , michael wolff says the president behaves ‘like a child‘. president trump tried to get the book‘s publication halted, and has dismissed it as ‘full of lies‘. danjohnson has the details.
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you‘ve heard the headlines, now you can read the substance of fire and fury. rushed out at midnight in the us after threats from the president‘s lawyers. what i‘m most looking forward to is seeing what‘s actually — what we all know is going on just below the surface. i'm looking forward to imagining, oh, who in that white house has actually said this? no one gets tired of palace intrigue! i'm expecting the white house to be as absolutely dysfunctional as the leaks would make it seem. there‘s chitchat — the president‘s burgers in bed, the vanity, the apparently strained relationship with the first lady. but there is also serious criticism of donald trump‘s intelligence. his chief strategist steve bannon suggested using the constitution to force him out, because he didn‘t believe donald trump was fit for office. i would tell you the one description that everyone gave, everyone has in common.
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they all say he is like a child. and what they mean by that is he has a need for immediate gratification. it‘s all about him. the white house says the book is full of mistakes. it‘s disgraceful and laughable. if he was unfit, he probably wouldn‘t be sitting there, and wouldn‘t have defeated the most qualified group of candidates the republican party has ever seen. and the president couldn‘t resist a few words on twitter. this is an account of a deeply divided administration, with staff who don‘t think the boss is up to the job and a family dynasty that is closing ranks. it may not make any difference to trump‘s loyal supporters, but it is damaging to the president. it‘s ice cold in washington, but it‘s the white house where things are really frosty.
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dan johnson, bbc news. we have been keeping an eye on twitter and i can show you a tweet from our north american editor who watched an interview with the author and was asked, what do you say to the president about the cease and desist letter and the response was simply, where do i send the box of chocolates? that was from jon sopel. as far as the president is concerned, he has had nothing to say about it today. all he has been talking about is about the economy, the dowjones talking about is about the economy, the dow jones index talking about is about the economy, the dowjones index going from 18,589 to breaking the 25,000 mark. he says, let‘s make america great again, that is the agenda, jobs, jobs, jobs. that is the theme from the white house. no response. now
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the white house. no response. now the book is on sale in the book stores of the united states. we will have more throughout the afternoon. a serious case review has recommended improvements be made to safeguarding children in wolverhampton, following the murder of a two—year—old boy in 2016. but it found that the brutal killing ofjeremiah regis ngaujah by his stepfather, who used extreme physical punishment on the child, could not have been predicted. sima kotecha reports. two—year—old jeremiah regis. to those who knew him, happy, smiling, contented. but at home, he was being beaten by this man, chevaze mcgregor. in november 2016, an inflicted regime of brutality eventually killed the child. in this cctv footage, the 27—year—old is seen losing his temper. jeremiah‘s mother was sindyann regis, a woman who had been hit by previous partners. today‘s serious case review says that more questions
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should have been asked about who she was involved with. it says the response to prevent repeat victimisation was less effective. women who have been subjected to domestic abuse are vulnerable to two kinds of repeat victimisation — by the same person or by future partners. however, it says nobody could have foreseen the murder. this review, a very thorough review, makes it very clear that the level of violence that was inflicted on this child by this man was not predictable by his past behaviour or by his history. that is all very well, but this is the fifth death of a child at the hands of an adult in the past eight years. surely there is something significantly wrong here? that absolutely is not the case. you have to look at each case on a case—by—case basis. it was inside this block of flats where jeremiah was regularly beaten by mcgregor. in the end, it was one heavy blow
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that ended his life. he died from multiple organ failure after his abdominal injuries caused septic shock. chevaze inflicted more than 100 injuries on the child, including a skull fracture and a bite mark to his chest. as this police body map shows, he was hurt all over after being repeatedly struck by a belt and rod. detectives described mcgregor as controlling, manipulative, violent. like all serious case reviews, the aim is to learn lessons and prevent deaths like this one. a defenceless child taken from his family in a painful and unfathomable way. some breaking news. jon venables, one of the killers of toddlerjames bolger has been charged over indecent images of children. ——
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james bulger. he has been recalled to prison suspected of having child abuse images on his computer. it is the second time. he has been sent back to jailfor the the second time. he has been sent back to jail for the suspected offence. he was recalled last week and we were awaiting the decision by the crown prosecution service. he was first recalled in 2010 following his release in 2001, after serving eight years for the murder ofjames bulger, who was murdered at the age of two in 1993. we will have more on the decision from the cps a little later. a massive winter storm is causing serious disruption in the eastern united states. 18 people are believed to have died as blizzards swept across much of the region. thousands of flights have been cancelled and there are widespread power cuts. in boston, firefighters had to rescue motorists from flooded streets, nearly 12 inches of snow have fallen in the area.
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weather forecasters are referring to the freak conditions as a "bomb cyclone". chi chi izundu has the latest. it‘s been several days of unusually cold weather hitting parts of the united states. from florida, the first snowfall for 30 years. can you believe that this is tallahassee, florida ? where wildlife not used to the temperature are having to be rescued. while over in maine, flooding is also problematic. while we were out here filming just moments ago, the ground underneath us collapsed. thousands of flights have been cancelled, schools have been shut and parks closed in parts of new york state. blocked roads, black ice and power cuts mean a state of emergency has been declared, with up to 17 deaths being attributed to the weather. what is quite clear is this is a serious, serious storm. between the very low temperature, the strong winds, the driving snow, everyone should take this one very seriously and take precautions.
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so what is a bomb cyclone? it‘s when a storm creates a sharp, rapid drop in atmospheric pressure meaning winds of up to 70 mph, feeling like 740, several inches of snow and dangerously freezing temperatures. state officials clearing what they can say they have emergency shelters, food, blankets and generators on standby to help those in need. the weather is expected to continue over the weekend and for some, it brings the opportunity to sledge, build a snowman, even play a game of ice hockey. while for others, it‘s a chance to experiment. laura trevelyan is in new york. a bomb site
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—— bomb cyclone sounds dramatic. —— bomb cyclone sounds dramaticm is, the pressure drops a huge amount ina 24—hour is, the pressure drops a huge amount in a 24—hour period and you can see behind me the results. i am in the centre of manhattan and that fountain is usually flowing freely. it is frozen. it is —12 celsius, which if you are in moscow is no big deal but in new york city it is and the mayor of new york has warned that tonight is the temperature could drop to almost —30 celsius. that is pretty much as cold as it is on the surface of mars. in the wake of the extraordinary blizzard that engulfed the eastern seaboard, we 110w engulfed the eastern seaboard, we now have very cold air. the temperature has dropped since we have been live. even with the sun coming out because the blizzard sucked in the cold air from the arctic. we are due to have subzero
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temperatures through sunday. it does not warm up until monday. here they warn of the dangers of hypothermia, to the homeless, to the old, two children. this is an historic cold spell. if you want to get around by foot by car orfly, spell. if you want to get around by foot by car or fly, how difficult does this make life? the subway is working and major airports reopen today. what is difficult is the worry of black ice in the wake of this is not. and these incredibly cold temperatures. in boston, where they experienced coastal flooding of historic proportions, the mayor of boston is pointing to this as an example of the changing climate. we had huge hurricanes in the us over the summer, because of the warming climate. the sea is warmer which creates more moisture. even in the winter. hurricanes love that. they
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feed off it. questions about whether the jet stream is changing course because of a slightly warmer arctic. this is what experts are looking at and meanwhile the mayor of boston is adamant it is to do with the changing climate, this weird weather we are experiencing. laura, you have left darren nothing to say. we will try to get more detail on this. i feel redundant. we try to get more detail on this. ifeel redundant. we had try to get more detail on this. i feel redundant. we had a try to get more detail on this. ifeel redundant. we had a row yesterday because you were upset about the bomb cyclone phrase. 2a millibars in 2a hours is a weather bomb. it makes for pretty pictures but this is serious. this was the new york skyline. new york getting up and running as we saw. heavy snowfalls further north. this was boston. as much as 18
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inches of snow has fallen from this weather bomb, whatever you want to call it, in jersey weather bomb, whatever you want to call it, injersey and in maine. if you look closely, this is near boston in massachusetts. and this is beach road. laura was talking about the wind strength. you had a storm surge and coastal flooding. the wind strength. you had a storm surge and coastalflooding. you can see snow on the cars. you have snow and ice in the water. very cold, dramatic weather. unusual to get a mixture of the two. which makes what is happening here rather dull. everything is heading into eastern canada. it will not come here? no. the weather pattern is more blocked off. the storm is weaker, heading to eastern canada, but you still have cold air, which has been around a
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few weeks and you have ice and snow and it will not go anywhere for a while. these are the maximum temperatures on saturday. it does warm up after that. you have cold winds coming over relatively warm la kes, winds coming over relatively warm lakes, this is when you have lake effect snow. last month, a place in pennsylvania had 280 centimetres of snow in december, which is more than you get through the year, just from la ke you get through the year, just from lake effect snow, nothing to do with the storm that has come across. and you will see more about snow when you will see more about snow when you get cold air blowing over the relatively warm... 19. quebec. very cold. the further north you go there is a wind chill. because you are closer to what was the storm.
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0therwise are closer to what was the storm. otherwise the wind will not be as strong. but it is cold and icy. what about here? here, the weather is tame in comparison but we will see changes. it will be colder this weekend. increasing amounts of sunshine is that weekend goes on. that picture today was taken in somerset, in the levels. there was sunshine between the showers, but higher up. we have had some snow in the hills. it is mostly rain heading towards lincolnshire and the wash. it is cold across—the—board, and the temperature as well get a little lower in the coming days. still some wet weather around this evening and overnight. rain, sleet and snow will
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sink out of scotland and into northern ireland and northern england. temperatures won‘t be far from freezing. you can see a little sunshine coming through. showers near the south coast. damp, dreary weather, a wintry mix across northern england and north wales. sunny skies following behind that for northern ireland and scotland. a bright and sunny day here. the winds will bring in wintry showers to eastern scotland and north—east england. we struggle to get much sunshine further south because that damp weather is moving into the south. but it will feel colder than six or seven celsius. further north, the temperatures will be lower but many areas will have sunshine.
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0vernight, the wind eases. it shouldn‘t get too cold in the south. in the north, there will be clear skies, light winds, and it really will get cold. it could be —10 celsius in laurel areas. we are closer to this area of high pressure in the north. it is pushing away the wet and windy weather, dragging down the colder air and drier conditions. some showers through the channel, some cold winds here. further north, sunday will be a dry but cold day. there will be some bright winter sunshine. karen paco karen our latest headlines: the head of the parole board has apologised to victims of the serial
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sex attackerjohn worboys, after it emerged some of them were not told he was to be released from prison. worboys was convicted of 20 offences in 2009, but is thought to have targeted more than a hundred women. new car sales have fallen for the first time since 2011, dropping by 5 % last year. diesel cars made up the biggest fall in new registrations. it‘s thought confusion over future policy on diesel vehicles has contributed to the decline. a book about president trump was my first year in office has gone on sale earlier than planned despite attem pts sale earlier than planned despite atte m pts to sale earlier than planned despite attempts to block it. sport now on afternoon live. in tennis, serena williams has said that she is close to being back to her best but she is not quite where
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she wants to be. it would have been a remarkable feat, just four months after the birth of her daughter. she played an exhibition match last week and clearly wasn‘t back to her best. we expect her to come back in march may be at the miami open. i suppose we have to take about —— talk about the ashes. has the hope gone? the question has been, how do you solve a problem like steve smith? he has already made three centuries this series. he is currently on 44 not out after the second day. just when you think england are becoming dominant, he has other ideas. let‘s recap the second day. they trail england by 153 runs in sydney. after losing dawid malan early, england‘s tail wagged to reach 3113 all out at the scg. pat cummins picked up four wickets for australia. stuart broad bowled cameron bancroft for nought but usman khawaja made 91 not out.
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a fast 56 from david warner and another solid stand from captain steve smith who is 44 not out make the aussies look ominous again. england are well aware smith‘s wicket won‘t be easily taken. he has got out four times this series. he is playing well, seeing it well. he is only human. we will keep plugging away tomorrow and hope we win. egos at there and looks for the ball. —— he goes out there. he knows his game so well and he is so confident. it has been great for us. it's great, you lose a couple of wickets but he... chelsea look set to sign everton midfielder ross barkley. he‘s expected to have a medical today, ahead of a £15
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million move. he‘s yet to play this season after having hamstring surgery but he‘s now approaching match fitness and everton manager sam allardyce said yesterday he was resigned to losing him when his contract expires in the summer. hejoined everton as an 11—year—old in 2005. we are talking about an english player, a young player. he has a good prospect. ithink player, a young player. he has a good prospect. i think that the club decided for this investment is also for his contract. i think it is a good opportunity for the club to buy this player. the fa cup continues this weekend. it‘s at the third round stage, where the premier league teams enter the fray. the merseyside derby between liverpool and everton kicks off the bbc‘s coverage tonight. it‘s been suggested that liverpool managerjurgen klopp doesn‘t take the fa cup seriously,
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something he‘s keen to disprove. is the line—up will be a line—up which is... shows all the respect we have for the fa cup. i know that a few people said that i don‘t respect cup competitions like that enough, but it‘s not the truth, so maybe we have to make it a little more obvious. it's not a league game. there's no points available. it is win or bust, simple as that. it is different to the premier league, less pressure to stop its a glory game, and you go out and seek the glory and try and win it. to get through, we have to beat liverpool. a day after andy murray announced he‘d be missing the australian open, another bid name will be missing.
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serena williams won‘t be defending her title in melbourne she says she can compete, but she wants to do more, and is giving herself more time to return to form and fitness. it‘s just four months since she gave birth to her daughter, alexis. that's all the sport for now but i'll have moron afternoon live in an hour. —— i'll have more on afternoon live. donald trump has tweeted about this book that has come out. it is a fairly oblique reference to it, but his point is clear. he says: the last bit says, they should try
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winning an election. sad. donald trump junior has also winning an election. sad. donald trumpjunior has also been tweeting. he said: that the latest response in washington to that book. we will keep an eye on twitter for you and let you know what else comes out later on. you are watching afternoon live. in the last hour, the queen‘s
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granddaughter zara tindall has announced that she and her husband are expecting their second baby. it will be the queen‘s seventh great—grandchild. more than half of all short—nosed dogs seen by a vet last year needed treatment for health issues related to their breed. the british veterinary association has warned that dogs like pugs and bulldogs often suffer from breathing difficulties, skin problems and eye ulcers. we‘re now all used to paying for plastic shopping bags — could we now be made to pay extra for disposable coffee cups? a committee of mps says not even 1 percent of the 2 and a half billion cups we use every year are recycled; part of the problem is that paper cups contain a plastic lining which requires specialist recycling. so the mps are calling for a 25p charge on top of the coffee price to pay for better facilities. john maguire reports from one of the uk‘s only disposable—cup recycling plants. coffee, coffee everywhere. but what happens to
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the cups once we finish ourdrink? it‘s a massive business. brits drink 8 million takeaway cups every day and while many boast the logo, the reality is that —— the recycling logo, the reality is that less than 1% is recycled. mps say it is time for action. we have to make a revolutionary shift, a revolution in the coffee industry. people want fair trade for coffee growers and we also need to make sure that the cups are... the money would be used to improve recycling. they want clearer labelling and they want all cups to be recyclable or a total ban by 2023. within this bail is half a tonne of coffee cups which have obviously been used, compacted and brought here to the factory. the problem in this process is the two types of materials used — plastic on the inside to make it waterproof and then cardboard on the outside to give the cupboards rigidity. but if you do separate them, then you can
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produce this. the problem in this process is the two types of material that our use. plastic on the inside to make the cup waterproof, then cardboard on the outside to give the cup its rigidity, but if you separate them, you can produce this —100% recycled paper. we have the capacity to do 500 million cups. the reality is, we are only doing a fraction of that, and the reason is the supply to us. it is not about recycling cups themselves, but having the cups to recycle. i've got a megaphone and i'm not afraid to use it. waste campaigners say the system needs a major overhaul. if we were to get
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significant numbers of cups the plants like that, we would need dedicated bins only for coffee cups and we would need them everywhere, and we would need them everywhere, and that'sjust and we would need them everywhere, and that's just not a and we would need them everywhere, and that'sjust not a practical solution. the real solution is for the coffee cup giants to come up with a properly recyclable cup. mps argue that the success of the plastic shopping bag free means that with cooperation from government industry and consumers, there is a solution. the answer, they believe, is in our hands. breaking news from the old bailey, where a serial keller has been jailed to a minimum of 26 years. theodorejohnson jailed to a minimum of 26 years. theodore johnson —— a jailed to a minimum of 26 years. theodorejohnson —— a serial killer.
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he has previous convictions. he threw himself in front of an express train but survived, severing his right arm train but survived, severing his rightarm and train but survived, severing his right arm and left hand. police discovered his wife‘s body when they called at his home to find his next of kin after that incident. he now uses a wheelchair. he pleaded guilty on the first day of his trial. that relationship ended in 2016, when she met someone else. the serial wife killer, theodorejohnson, sentenced toa minimum killer, theodorejohnson, sentenced to a minimum of 26 years in prison. he is 64 years old now. on afternoon live, ina he is 64 years old now. on afternoon live, in a moment, the business news with alex baxter, but first, the
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headlines: the chairman of the parole board says he is "very concerned" that some victims of serial offender, john warboys, were not told that he was about to be released. the author of a book about the trump administration has accused the president of being like a child and having no credibility. here‘s your business headlines on afternoon live. new car sales fell for the first time in six years last year, with demand for diesel cars plunging by almost a fifth. in total, there were about 2.5 million cars registered, down 5.7% in 12 months, that‘s according to industry body the society of motor manufacturers and traders. and shop prices slid
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deeper into deflationary territory in december, falling 0.6% on last year compared to the 0.1% decline in november. non food prices have fallen at their steepest rate since january last year — but food inflation gathered steam fuelled by climbing global prices. let‘s talk about the united states. 0n let‘s talk about the united states. on wall street, things are quite hot. that's right, record highs, and the momentum continuing today, despite some disappointing job numbers that we have just had out in the last few minutes. we have heard that the economy managed 148,000
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jobs in december, well below expectations. unemployment is still a 4.1%. that equity rally continuing, seemingly optimistic about the pick—up in wage growth we are seeing an pro—business policies we are seeing from the white house. the fed has increased its forecast, hasn‘t it? yes, up to 2.596 has increased its forecast, hasn‘t it? yes, up to 2.5% this has increased its forecast, hasn‘t it? yes, up to 2.596 this year, keeping up the pace we saw in 2017. the dig deeper, let‘s cross over to oui’ the dig deeper, let‘s cross over to our bureau in new york. your 148,000 is below the forecast. 0ne of the things economists and investors are considering is that
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when you are nearing full employment, which is what they are calling this 4.1% unemployment, which is the lowest in 17 years. job growth does tend to slow down. from 0ctober growth does tend to slow down. from october to december, the us economy on average has added more than 200,000 jobs, so although it is a disappointing number today, by no means is it a bad number. i think thatis means is it a bad number. i think that is what economists and markets are factoring in. thank you. a story we have been covering — car manufacturing. the interesting aspect is the fall in diesel. so much information and some would say misinformation out there — what is going on? a huge falloff, 17.196 in total. the number of cars registered
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is down 5.7% from 2017, including diesel —— 2016. the chief executive of the society of motor manufacturers and traders has said that he expects the drop—off to continue in the coming years. again, he... continue in the coming years. again, he this fall was predicted but it is even greater than many had predicted. putting this in context, when you look at the sale of uk cars, this does follow two record yea rs of cars, this does follow two record years of sales, which is why this one stands out as being particularly bad. it was still the third best yearin bad. it was still the third best year ina bad. it was still the third best year in a decade, and the sixth best in terms of car sales overall. earlier, we spoke from someone from
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the snmp who says they expect the decline to continue, but when we talked about diesel cars, we asked if it was anything to do with the switch towards electric or if it is people being put off buying altogether. there is a small amount switching. electric vehicles and hybrids are growing at around 40% per annum. hybrids are growing at around 40% perannum. it is hybrids are growing at around 40% per annum. it is a small base. last year, only 13,500 vehicles sold were battery vehicles. it needs to grow faster. there is a shift from diesel to petrol, but most diesel owners are sitting on their hands, waiting to see what the chancellor was going to see what the chancellor was going to do and what potential changes there might be in taxation or access restrictions into cities. there is more clarity now, and it means that new cars are exempt from those restrictions that may come into cities, which should give more confidence to diesel consumers. let‘s have a look at the markets.
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president trump has been tweeting about this. it all looks very positive over there, what about the? we can bring those numbers up for you. we can‘t, apparently... we can bring those numbers up for you. we can't, apparently...m we can bring those numbers up for you. we can't, apparently... if it was there, it would all be green. you. we can't, apparently... if it was there, it would all be greenm would. the ftse100 hit a high today as well. in the us, markets opening higher. here in london, i can tell you that admiral is the biggest fall, the insurer most exposed to the uk car market. 100% of their profits are generated domestically. that stock has been hit hardest by that fall in car sales. this rally that fall in car sales. this rally that we are seeing in london and new york follows the rally we saw overnight in asia. the nikkei hit a record high, a similar picture in europe. i will see you later on. more on that breaking news, the
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sentencing of theodore johnson. sarah campbell is at the old bailey. a shocking case, when details came out — give us the background. the sentence was for the murder of angela best, a 51—year—old grandmother and mother of four, which was shocking enough, but it was the details that emerged during the case and theodorejohnson‘s past history. he arrived in the uk in 1980. a year later, he moved into a flat with his wife and two young sons in wolverhampton and he killed his first wife, pushing her over a ninth floor balcony. 12 years later, after having been found guilty of manslaughter, he was back here at the old bailey. he pleaded guilty then to the murder of his then partner, eve on bennett. he strangled her with a dressing gown cord. she was also the mother of their daughter who was in the flat
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at the time. —— eve on bennett. he was put in a secure unit and was released after 18 months. shortly afterwards, he met angela best, the woman for whose murder he has been sentenced today. it was a condition of his release is that he should have informed the authorities of any new relationship he struck up with a woman, for obvious reasons. but he never did so. angela best did eventually find out the details of his past crying when she came across letters, and he admitted it to her. she finally left him, and that is when he killed her. he killed her in his flat with a claw hammer and then strangled her with a dressing gown cord. in sentencing today, he was sentenced to a minimum term of 26 yea rs. sentenced to a minimum term of 26 years. they‘re in mind, he is already 64 years old. after he murdered angela best, he went to a
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railway station and jumped in front ofa train railway station and jumped in front of a train in an attempt to kill himself. miraculously, he survived the accident. thejudge himself. miraculously, he survived the accident. the judge said that the accident. the judge said that the attack was a vicious, sustained and utterly brutal one. she suffered and utterly brutal one. she suffered an unimaginably terrible death. this is the third occasion you have killed a female partner and such repeat offending must be almost unprecedented. he also said, the lies you repeatedly told that has to bea lies you repeatedly told that has to be a serious aggravating feature. he has been sentenced to a minimum lifetime of 26 years. it is extremely likely that theodore johnson will die behind bars. that is sarah campbell at the old bailey. we will bring you the interview with ridley scott in the next hour. and we will be hearing from the vicar who is telling brides to get to the church on time. now, the weather. the wet and windy weather will come
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to an end this weekend. it will be colder, and on saturday night, there will be a frost in many areas. it will be a frost in many areas. it will be a frost in many areas. it will be more sunny. the change is coming about because low pressure is bringing cloud and rain at the moment, and that is moving into the continent, allowing colder air to move in from the north. there will bea move in from the north. there will be a lot of cloud and more showers to come in southern parts of england. this wintry mix is moving into northern england. some showers following behind that. the lowest temperatures will probably be in scotland. frosty rand there, and there may be some in northern england. mist and fog in the morning. at cloudy start in the
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south, still some showers left over from overnight. then we have this zone of low cloud, rain and sleet with a bit of snow over the hills, moving into northern england and north wales. icy patches in northern england and scotland. frosty start from western scotland and perhaps northern ireland. lots of sunshine, though. increasing sunshine in north—west england. a few wintry showers in eastern scotland and north east england. a dull and drab sort of day for much of the midlands and across the south. temperatures will be at around seven celsius. colder in the north. still quite windy across a large part of england and wales. cloud will tend to clear away in the south. not as cold here. in the north, temperatures will get down to maybe —10 celsius. that is
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because here we are closer to the centre of high pressure. there will still be a keen wind blowing across southern parts of england and wales, making it feel chilly. cloud will come and go. another cool day on sunday. cold into early next week but probably more cloud. hello, you‘re watching afternoon live. i‘m simon mccoy. today at 3: the head of the parole board apologises to victims of black cab rapistjohn worboys, who weren‘t told he‘s to be released. when we released the information about the decision, it was my understanding to date we believed all victims had been told about that decision. we are checking today exactly what happened, because clearly something went wrong. jon venables, one of the killers of toddlerjames bulger has been charged over indecent images of children. his trial will be held in private. new car sales fall for the first time in six years — with demand for diesel cars plunging
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by almost a fifth. after all the hype — that book about trump is out. the author says he stands by his claims that the president has no credibility. a man who admitted murdering his ex—girlfriend after being convicted of killing two former partners has been convicted. and in the sport... ross barkley finally makes a decision tojoin chelsea ross barkley finally makes a decision to join chelsea from his boyhood club everton. more details at half past. and the use of the ashes, as well. the. good afternoon, the weather is changing and we will see the back of the wet and windy weather and instead it will turn try and bright but it will be a cold weekend. all the details later. also coming up. the vicar who takes a deposit to
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make sure brides turn up on time. hello everyone. this is afternoon live. the chair of the parole board has apologised unreservedly to victims of the serial sex attacker john worboys, after some of them were not told he‘s to be released from prison. the black cab driver was jailed in 2009, for offences against 12 women — but detectives later said they believed he‘d attacked more than 100 women between 2002 and 2008. a group of mps has written to thejustice secretary, calling for an investigation into whether the views of worboys‘ victims were heard in the decision to release him on parole. our home affairs correspondent daniel sandford reports. he toured the streets of london in his black taxi for six years. police think he may have raped or sexually assaulted at least 105 women after drugging them. he was given an indeterminate
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sentence, which means he can‘t be released until he‘s no longer a risk to the public. butjohn worboys is about to be freed after less than ten years. so the key question for the three members of the parole board was, isjohn worboys still a danger to women? in ruling that he should be released, they must have decided that he isn‘t a danger, but they haven‘t made public their reasons for freeing a man suspected of being one of the most prolific sex offenders of recent years. the parole board is not legally allowed to give reasons for its decision, but the chair of the board did give this explanation. what‘s important to understand is that the parole board‘s duty is not to in a sense have another go at the trial, but to assess what his risks will be going forward, and that‘s what they did. at his trial, john worboys was only convicted of attacking 12 women, and only one of those convictions was for rape, so the judge set
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a minimum sentence of eight years, which means the police and crown prosecution service are now being asked why they didn‘t bring further cases. the parole board has also had to apologise because several ofjohn worboys‘ victims had not been told of the decision to release him before it became public yesterday. this is perhaps a reflection of the way in which women who are victims of rape are treated generally, and until the criminal justice agencies get this right, we‘ve got a crisis in this country around it. the worboys case has highlighted flaws in the criminaljustice system from the start. initially, the police failed to investigate it properly. then, only 12 cases were brought to trial, even though there were ultimately suspicions of over 100. and now a man who a judge said shouldn‘t be released until he‘s no longer a threat is about to walk free from prison after ten years. daniel sandford, bbc news. the question being asked by many
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people this afternoon is whyjohn worboys — a man suspected of more than a hundred rapes and sexual assaults — is set to be released after serving just eight years. earlier i spoke to our legal correspondent clive coleman, who explained to me the challenges currently facing the parole board. there are issues, cost issues in arranging all of that, issues about the sensitivity of victims, some believe that perhaps it would mean victims would have to relive painful experiences. some say as far as the prisoners themselves are concerned, if they know it is public, they may be more restricted in what they can say and make it more difficult for the parole board to assess the risk they pose to the public but there are many people, the chair of the commonsjustice are many people, the chair of the commons justice committee bob are many people, the chair of the commonsjustice committee bob neill has effectively called for more
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openness and many people think now is the time to draw the curtains and let the public in and see what goes on. the public wants to know how that decision was reached. thatjohn worboys no longer poses a threat. the issue of whether there were women on the parole board hearing, what evidence they took, because with sexual offences, anybody in the system says it is difficult, when you have a sexual predator, that behaviour tends not to change. that is the key question and we aren‘t looking at it in the dark because at the moment, the parole board are not allowed by law to make public their decision. wejust don‘t allowed by law to make public their decision. we just don‘t know what the nature of the evidence... we know it is alive hearing. some prisoners on ipps, indeterminate sentences for public protection, some can be granted a role without attending the hearing. that was not
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donein attending the hearing. that was not done injohn worboys‘ case, but precisely what evidence was there with psychiatrists, psychologists... john worboys has to satisfy the pa role john worboys has to satisfy the parole board he no longer poses a risk, he has come to terms with his offending behaviour. we do not know the level of contrition, if there is contrition, one assumes there must have been otherwise they would not make this decision, but so much as in the dark which why there are calls to open it up. the ipps, there isa calls to open it up. the ipps, there is a suspicion that the time of his conviction and sentencing, the police and others would have thought the indeterminate sentence would mean longer than eight years. there is pressure now to get these sentences and those convicted out. let me give you a history, they came in in 2005 when the criminaljustice system in in 2005 when the criminaljustice syste m fa ced in in 2005 when the criminaljustice system faced a problem with dangerous criminals coming to the end of their determinate sentence
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but they had to be released, nothing could be done, and they posed a danger to children and members of the public. ipps were brought in to deal with those people and it was thought they would deal with a small number of them. eventually, over 6000 people were placed on these ipps, some for relatively minor offences and some with a minimum term of between ten and 18 months. it was clogging up the system and they were seen not to be just and campaigners fought campaign and ministers got on side and in 2012 the sentences were abolished. back in 2010, relatively few prisoners on ipps were getting out on parole, able to satisfy... there are a number of reasons, there were not above courses or treatment in prison and it was difficult to get to the bar to show you no longer. there was
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a change and now the backlog has been dealt with and there is a will to get a lot of these people out and hundreds each year are released on parole. whether that had any bearing injohn worboys‘ case is difficult to say but we know large numbers of these prisoners are released on parole, often with strict conditions attached. with me in the studio is siobhan crawford, a solicitor at bolt burdon kemp who specialises in sexual abuse claims. you have been watching the reports and you are still shocked by what, what shocks you? i am shocked about the fact he has only served in and around ten years for offences that are without doubt the most serious offences one could commit against women. he was a black cab driver and women. he was a black cab driver and women get into those camps to get home safely. and he sexually assaulted them and seemingly had no remorse so i am assaulted them and seemingly had no remorse so i am unsure how
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assaulted them and seemingly had no remorse so i am unsure how he can be contrite only ten years after his sentence. the head of the parole board said he wants more transparency and i‘m sure you back that. of course. iwonder transparency and i‘m sure you back that. of course. i wonder why he says there should be more transparency, on the other hand he says we cannot tell you what happened in this hearing. he says that because he is not allowed to at the moment. but surely he should be requesting the backing of mps far sooner to have these made transparent. to be fair to him, he has been doing that since the autumn and there are issues with that. in a broader sense the parole board hearing is to decide if this prisoner still poses a threat to the public. with your experience of these types of crime, what would persuade you they don‘t? these types of crime, what would persuade you they don't?|j these types of crime, what would persuade you they don't? i am not sure as to when a sexual offender does not pose a threat to the public andi does not pose a threat to the public and i am unsure whatjohn worboys
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has undergone in prison because in order not to pose a threat he would have had to have substantial work such as counselling in prison. the way he behaved at the time means he was not contrite and i am not sure as to how he would be and even if he is contrite, it will cause significant distress to those he assaulted. not only those he was convicted off but the suspected hundreds that have not come forward. he was convicted of rape, of 19 or more sexual assaults, but police believe there are many more. we cannot work on the basis of what police believe. he was sentenced and presumably the parole board had to make a decision on what he was sentenced for. what i would say is if other people have been sexually assaulted by him, it is never too late. we have a lot of non—recent cases and always actively encourage
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individuals to report them to police. after this time, it has to be about evidence and there will not be about evidence and there will not be any? there will be potential evidence is so far as similar fact evidence is so far as similar fact evidence and an individual may go to the police and while there might be no dna evidence it might tally and ring true with the accounts of survivors who have had a criminal conviction. i would survivors who have had a criminal conviction. iwould reiterate. the metropolitan police should be investigating these properly, even if they are non—recent cases. investigating these properly, even if they are non-recent cases. if one of those women is watching you and is in two minds to make what is a big decision because of the ramifications, would you persuade them of the interests of coming forward and pursuing charges?” would absolutely say to them if they feel strong enough, they should approach the police. i would say there is support for you, there are charities, there is a victim support
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and police liaison. all of those being support you in this time that you need it. if you come forward and report it and he goes back behind bars, to some extent, justice will be served. however, for his survivors, things will never change. they will have to live with what he did to them the rest of their lives which is why it is abhorrent he is released ten years after. new car sales fell for the first time in six years last year, dragged down by a collapse in demand for diesel. the uk‘s motor industry warns it expects britain‘s car market to weaken further this year. the society of motor manufacturers and traders says there were 2.5 million cars registered last year. that shows a 5.7% fall on the number of registrations in 2016. the sale of diesel cars fell 17% since 2016, as higher taxes and pollution fears hit demand. and the situation could worsen this year. the smmt expects that car sales will drop by up to 7% this year. the industry body blames uncertainty over brexit and confusion
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about future policy on diesel cars. our business correspondent theo leggett has more. for the past few years, car sales in britain have been booming. in 2015 and 2016, the industry set new records. but now, it may be going into reverse gear. 0verall, new car registrations were down 5.7% last year, according to the society of motor manufacturers and traders. that‘s the first decline in six years. no one is panicking just yet. by historical standards, 2017 was still a pretty good year. more than 2.5 million new cars were registered — the third highest level in a decade. but over the past few months the decline has accelerated. in december, registrations were down more than 14% compared to last year. and sales of diesel cars across the year were down more than 17%. 0verall, if you look at the economic performance of the uk, growth is slowing.
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all the indicators around economic confidence are weakening, especially when it comes to people‘s enthusiasm about making a big—ticket purchase, like a car. declining demand for diesel cars is a big problem for the industry. campaigners blame them for high levels of urban pollution but the smmt says that uncertainty over the government‘s clean air plans is leaving consumers confused and unwilling to buy them. experts agree. even though new models are much cleaner, diesel has an image problem. diesels can only recover if the facts can be made clear. if the facts around the lower pollutant levels, the economic benefits of running one, can be made plain and clear. and that really will need someone in senior government to stand up above the parapet and say something positive about diesel and make the facts clear around it. people within the industry say confusion over diesel may be causing environmental harm by encouraging drivers to hang onto older, dirtier cars, rather than swapping them for cleaner, new models. meanwhile, the fall
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in sales is expected to continue throughout 2018. theo leggett, bbc news. i‘m joined now by michael bills, managing director at the global valuation and corporate finance adviser duff & phelps did you see this coming? we are seeing a number of sectors underpinned by, or consumer demand is driven by a number of things. and a number of sectors have been impacted by the lack of cash in consumers‘ pockets. impacted by the lack of cash in consumers' pockets. why have we seen a boom in car sales the past years? these results it is fair to say come off the back of several years of positive growth in the sector but
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some fundamental things have changed in the market that we feel will continue into 2018. we have had the brexit vote and uncertainty it created. we had the interest rate rise and the fact it will impact on the availability of cheap credit. we have had in particular the coming to an end of the compensation boom for the public through the banks paying out compensation for ppi claims. the banks paid out 28 billion since 2011 which is coming to an end and we feel there is no surprise as that is running its course, we are seeing a softening in consumer demand for ca rs. softening in consumer demand for cars. is there anything more than anecdotal evidence, are there figures that when people get a cheque they go off to buy car? only anecdotal but you can see the growth in ppi claim ‘s pay—outs driving the demand and success of the car sector through 2011 three to 2017 and the
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fa ct through 2011 three to 2017 and the fact it is dropping off, we feel is having a direct impact. what about issues people consider when they buy a car? we heard about the issues for diesel, the question over when to go electric. is there more a habit issue in terms of what people want from their cars? absolutely. discretionary spend is a fundamental thing. people will put off decisions if they have a reason. at the moment, in recent times people have had cash to go out and spend and there has not been the general uncertainty. now we have had the brexit vote, interest rate rise, the lack of cash coming through from ppi compensation, it is forming a perfect storm for the sector. that will be worrying. you talk about a perfect storm, how will it manifest itself? at the moment we feel manufacturers are continuing to
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support dealerships by not restricting manufacturing output but if the lack of demand continues, which we feel it will, we feel you will gradually see a lessening in manufacturing output, which has implications for the entire supply chain in the sector. what does it mean in the next 12 months. if we are talking about one fifth of loss of sales of diesel cars, down 7% generally, in scotland more than that, you think it will accelerate rather than stay as it is? certainly will not improve any time soon, is our view. that the recent results are part of a trend and this will continue through 2018. we do not see significant pick—up any time soon. what about issues like sterling, and other things? the brexit vote and the impact on the depreciation of
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sterling and the price we pay for all discretionary spending goods is coming through into this issue around a softening in demand. we have had so many good years, remarking on the success of the british car industry that employs a lot of people. there will be an impact if the decline continues? absolutely right. we feel the manufacturers are supporting supply chains and dealership networks, but if demand does not start to at least plateau, and the softening does not come to an end, manufacturers will have to look at the level of output they are currently producing. thank you. in a moment we expect to hear from the police after the sentencing of theodorejohnson. this is the scene at the old bailey.
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we will hear from the police about the sentencing of theodore johnson who admitted killing his wife and also being responsible for the murders of two former partners before that. the police are facing questions about how that case was handled. the media are ready, waiting for the detective from the metropolitan police who will be coming out to talk to them. one of the killers of the toddler james bulger — jon venables — has been charged with offences relating to indecent images of children. you can see him here in the police photograph at the age of ten. he killed james in liverpool in 1993 and was jailed for life along with robert thompson in 1993. what has
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happened? we are legally constrained about what we can say but we can say the crown prosecution service released a formal statement that says the man formerly known asjon ve na bles says the man formerly known asjon venables has been charged with offences relating to indecent images offences relating to indecent images of children and will appear in the crown court in order thatjustice can be done and no further details are being released and the proceedings are subject to reporting restrictions. jon venables was jailed in 93 for life for the murder ofjames jailed in 93 for life for the murder of james bulger and controversially released in 2001 on licence, partly because of how young he had been at the time the crime was committed. he was jailed again in 2010 for possession of indecent images of children and released a second time in 2013. in the meantime, he has been living under a false identities so people are not aware of who he
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is. as i said, today, the crown prosecution service have announced they have charged him with indecent images of children. and we will not nothing about this until after it has happened ? nothing about this until after it has happened? because reporting restrictions, we cannot report until a judge changes the order. thank you. a serious case review has recommended improvements be made to safeguarding children in wolverhampton, following the murder of a two—year—old boy in 2016. but it found that the brutal killing ofjeremiah regis ngaujah by his stepfather, who used extreme physical punishment on the child, could not have been predicted. sima kotecha reports. two—year—old jeremiah regis. to those who knew him, happy, smiling, contented. but at home, he was being beaten by this man, chevaze mcgregor. in november 2016, an inflicted regime of brutality eventually killed the child. in this cctv footage, the 27—year—old is seen losing his temper.
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jeremiah‘s mother was sindyann regis, a woman who had been hit by previous partners. sindyann regis, a woman who had been today‘s serious case review says that more questions should have been asked about who she was involved with. it says the response to prevent repeat victimisation was less effective. women who have been subjected to domestic abuse are vulnerable to two kinds of repeat victimisation — by the same person or by future partners. however, it says nobody could have foreseen the murder. this review, a very thorough review, makes it very clear that the level of violence that was inflicted on this child by this man was not predictable by his past behaviour or by his history. we are going to the old bailey. this is detective sergeant danny yeoman
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and the family of theodorejohnson. and very caring. she was always smiling. it was never any trouble for angela to offer help and support to anyone who needed it, because that was her nature. angela has children and grandchildren, whom she doted on and loved dearly. angela has parents, brothers, sisters, aren‘ts, uncles, cousins and other extended family —— aunts. all of them loved her dearly. she was the heartbeat of our family. this convicted murderer tried to play this system, as he had successfully done twice before. he used diminished responsibility as the
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cause for his murderous actions. this time, however, by eventually pleading guilty to murder after 12 months since his arrest, and subjecting our family to unnecessary additional trauma, he has shown, in all cases, he was clearly of sound mind. he knew exactly what he was doing when he planned and executed the horrific murder of our beautiful, beloved angela. despite ourfamily‘s beautiful, beloved angela. despite our family‘s immense pain beautiful, beloved angela. despite ourfamily‘s immense pain and suffering, our hearts and thoughts go out to the other two families who have also suffered as a result of his evil and calculating actions. we would like to thank the police, the prosecution team, and all those who
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have sent us their kind thoughts. the facts of this case have been reported. 0urfamily the facts of this case have been reported. our family have the facts of this case have been reported. 0urfamily have no further comment. we therefore ask the press to kindly respect our privacy at this incredibly difficult time, to allow us to grieve. thank you very much. the family of the last victim of theodorejohnson, much. the family of the last victim of theodore johnson, angela much. the family of the last victim of theodorejohnson, angela best, who he killed after she met someone else, talking about how he played the system and he attacked her, before then trying to throw himself in front of an express train. he was sentenced to 26 years in prison. the family of his wife is still very angry, as you can see, at what they call him playing the system. we will bring more reaction. to bring you
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some breaking news. coming from basildon crown court. the former ukip and conservative mp bob spink has been sentenced to six months suspended for two years, convicted of four counts of electoral fraud. he was given 150 hours of unpaid work as part of the sentence, after being convicted of falsely obtaining signatures on nomination papers for 2016 local elections at castle point in essex. thejudge said it undermines the working of democratic structures. he represented castle point for 14 years and in 2008 left the conservatives to join ukip but later decided to sit as an independent until his defeat in 2010. his defence told the crown court he had given years of his life to public service and sees his life‘s were destroyed by that which
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he was convicted. a suspended sentence and underpaid work for electoral fraud. the queen‘s granddaughter zara tindall has now she is pregnant. it will be her second child with her husband , the former rugby player, mike tindall. the baby will be the another great—grandchild for the queen in 2018 — along with a new arrival by the duke and duchess of cambridge. now we can get a weather update. it has been a cold day. we have a lot of cloud, further showers, a mixture of cloud, further showers, a mixture of rain, sleet and hill snow in scotland, sinking southwards into northern england and perhaps northern ireland for a while. a lot of cloud, but temperatures not far
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away from freezing so the risk of frost and perhaps icy patches in eastern scotland and north east england. 0therwise eastern scotland and north east england. otherwise a good deal of sunshine in scotland, northern ireland, north—west england. stilla damp zone struggling to clear wales, the midlands and still in southern parts of england with temperatures up parts of england with temperatures up to parts of england with temperatures upto7 parts of england with temperatures up to 7 degrees. colder further north than likely a frost quite widely developing overnight. it could be cold in the countryside. further south, wind will prevent temperatures getting too low. 0n sunday, cloud, elsewhere dry and some sunshine. this is bbc news. our latest headlines: the head of the parole board has apologised to victims of the serial sex attackerjohn worboys, after it emerged some of them were not told he was to be released from prison on parole later this month. jon venables, one of the killers of toddlerjames bulger, has been charged over indecent images of children. the crown prosecution service says his trial is to be held in private at an unnamed court.
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new car sales have fallen for the first time since 2011 — dropping by 5 % last year. diesel cars made up the biggest drop in new registrations. a book about president trump‘s first year in office has gone on sale earlier than planned — in response to attempts by the president‘s lawyers to block it. a man who admitted murdering his ex—girlfriend, after previously being convicted of killing two former partners, has been sentenced to at least 26 years in prison. and at least 17 people are now believed to have died in the united states as powerful blizzard bears down on the eastern seaboard. thousands of flights have been cancelled and there are widespread power cuts. sport now on afternoon live with jessica. yesterday it was andy murray, today it‘s serena williams — will there be any big names competing at this year‘s australian open? i was waiting for the picture of you
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in your tennis shorts! i will send that privately. you can enjoy things toa that privately. you can enjoy things to a certain level in public, but not this! off you go! to a certain level in public, but not this! off you go! fair enough! the australian open, kei nishikori has pulled out, and other big names are in doubt, like rafael nadal, novak djokovic, stan wawrinka. serena williams said she is close to where she wants to be but not quite there yet. for her to have competed in melbourne would have been an extraordinary feat, considering that four months ago, she gave birth to her young daughter. she played an exhibition match last weekend you could see things weren‘t quite right for her. we expect to come back in march at the open. another marriage — ross barkley and everton. he is thinking of going, though — what is going on? he turned down a move from
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everton to chelsea in august. everton to chelsea in august. everton is his boyhood club, where he has been since he was 11 years old. you can understand his decision on paper — chelsea are the premier league champions and regularly play european football, but where would he fit in the side? they have plenty of capable attacking players, but nonetheless, he is expected to have had a medical today at stamford bridge and is expected to transfer to chelsea for £50 million. here is antonio conte, the chelsea boss. we're talking about an english player, i young we're talking about an english player, iyoung player, and he has a good prospect for chelsea. i think that the club decided for this investment is also for his contract. it isa investment is also for his contract. it is a good opportunity for the
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club... to buy this player. the fa cup continues this week. the merseyside derby between liverpool and everton kicks off the bbc‘s coverage than i, and it has been suggested thatjurgen klopp doesn‘t ta ke suggested thatjurgen klopp doesn‘t take the fa cup seriously, though thatis take the fa cup seriously, though that is something he is keen to disprove. it will be a line-up which... shows all the respect we have for the fa cup. i know that a few people said that i don't respect cup competition enough, but that's not the truth, so maybe we have to make it a little more obvious. it's not a league game, no points available. it is win or bust, simple as that. it is a cup game, it's different to the premier league, less pressure. it's a glory game, and you go out and seek the glory and you go out and seek the glory and try and win it. if we are to get
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through, we have to beat liverpool. there is a special friday sportsday to night, live from anfield at 6:30pm. kick—off is at 7:55pm. australia look to be tightening their grip on the fifth and final ashes test, closing the second day 193 for 2. they trail england by 153 runs in sydney. after losing dawid malan early, england‘s tail wagged to reach 343 all out at the scg — pat cummins picked up four wickets for australia. stuart broad bowled cameron bancroft for nought but usman khawaja made 91 not out a fast 56 from david warner and another solid stand from captain steve smith who is 44 not out make the aussies look ominous again. england are well aware smith‘s wicket won‘t be easily taken. he has got out four times this series. he is playing well. like i said, he is only human, so we will keep plugging away tomorrow and
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hopefully get him out. he just goes out there, and from ball won it looks like he has been batting for three hours already. no obvious —— from ball 1. no obvious weakness. he just looks like he knows his game so well, so confident. for us, it's great. you lose a couple of wickets but he will seal the crease. a day after andy murray announced he‘d be missing the australian open, another big name will be missing. serena williams won‘t be defending her title in melbourne she says she can compete but she wants to do more, and is giving herself more time to return to form and fitness. it‘s just four months since she gave birth to her daughter alexis. there‘s another injury worry for a british tennis player. kyle edmund may not be fully fit going into the australian 0pen later this month. he was playing some great tennis in his quarter—final against grigor dimitrov in the brisbane international, taking the match into a deciding set. but he cried out in pain
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and collapsed to the floor after catching his right ankle. he carried on with heavy strapping, but couldn‘t find a way past defending champion dimitrov. that‘s all the sport for now. i guess i will have to wait and hold on for that picture. will perry will have more for you in the next hour. jessica crichton, who needs to get out more! thank you very much. the author of this book about president trump has spoken for the first time since its publication. president trump try to have the book‘s publication halted.
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iam most i am most looking forward to seeing what we all know is going on just below the surface. i look forward to seeing —— i am below the surface. i look forward to seeing —— lam looking below the surface. i look forward to seeing —— i am looking forward to seeing —— i am looking forward to seeing who in the white house...” expect the white house to be as dysfunctional as the leaks would make it seem. there is serious criticism of donald trump‘s intelligence. his chief strategist, steve bannon, suggested using the constitution to force him out because he didn‘t believe donald trump was fit for office.” because he didn‘t believe donald trump was fit for office. i will tell you the one description that eve ryo ne tell you the one description that everyone gave that everyone has in common. they all say he is like a child. and what they mean by that is he has a need for immediate gratification.
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it‘s all about him. the white house says the book is full of mistakes. it‘s disgraceful and laughable. if he was unfit, he probably wouldn‘t be sitting there, and wouldn‘t have defeated the most qualified group of candidates the republican party has ever seen. and the president couldn‘t resist a few words on twitter. "i authorised zero access to the white house. a phony book, full of lies, misrepresentations, and sources that don‘t exist." this is an account of a deeply divided administration, with staff who don‘t think the boss is up to thejob and a family dynasty that is closing ranks. it may not make any difference to trump‘s loyal supporters, but it is damaging to the president. it‘s ice cold in washington, but it‘s the white house where things are really frosty. dan johnson, bbc news. thousands of flights in the us have
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been cancelled and there are widespread power cuts because of the winter storms. nearly 12 inches of snow had fallen in the area. weather forecasters are referring to the freak condition as a bomb cyclone. it‘s been several days of unusually cold weather hitting parts of the united states. from florida, the first snowfall for 30 years. can you believe that this is tallahassee, florida ? where wildlife not used to the temperature are having to be rescued. while over in maine, flooding is also problematic. while we were out here filming just moments ago, the ground underneath us collapsed. thousands of flights have been cancelled,
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schools have been shut and parks closed in parts of new york state. blocked roads, black ice and power cuts mean a state of emergency has been declared, with up to 17 deaths being attributed to the weather. what is quite clear is this is a serious, serious storm. between the very low temperature, the strong winds, the driving snow, everyone should take this one very seriously and take precautions. so what is a bomb cyclone? it‘s when a storm creates a sharp, rapid drop in atmospheric pressure meaning winds of up to 70 mph, feeling like —40, several inches of snow and dangerously freezing temperatures. state officials clearing what they can say they have emergency shelters, food, blankets and generators on standby to help those in need. the weather is expected to continue over the weekend and for some, it brings the opportunity to sledge, build a snowman, even play a game of ice hockey. while for others, it‘s a chance to experiment. chi chi izundu, bbc news. you are watching afternoon live.
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nothing is more likely to make a groom nervous on his wedding day than his bride showing up late — left wondering if she‘ll turn up at all. and seemingly it has also irritated one vicar in kent. now canonjohn corbyn who runs two churches near maidstone has come up with an unusual incentive scheme for tardy brides — they‘ll get 100 pounds cashback as long as they‘re on time. peter whittlesea reports. # what a stopper, get me to the church on time. when it comes to weddings, things have changed since my weddings, things have changed since my fair ladyth was released in the 19605. my fair ladyth was released in the 1960s. for the last nine years, the vicar of holycross has quietly been giving couples a £100 rebate if the ceremony starts punctually. since the cash incentive was revealed, the reverend john corbyn has gained
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celebrity status as the clock watching canon. we say they should arrive ten minutes before the due time to start, so that the can be composed, have their picture taken before they come in, just be relaxed and happy, and be able to start a few minutes past the start time. i don‘t know, i don‘t think it‘s unreasonable at all. and what do you think of your now notoriety as the vicar who gives £100 to those who are on time? i regard it as fame rather than notoriety. here we go. to ensure the happy couple isn‘t ignominiously upstaged by lead guests, like in the movies, the reverend allows a little leeway so the brides can be fashionably late. but does his cash offer work in practice? what girl is ever early? the brights will definitely not be early. a £100, in the grand scheme of things? no, it‘s not going to
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work. would you turn up on time for £100? yes. i would turn up literally five minutes late. i've kept my tradition, but get the money as well. it is a woman's prerogative to make you sweat. unlike soap operas, the reverend is not a fan of drama on wedding days. last year, no bride was late, which meant that no group had an agonising wait, thanks to the prospect of £100 from the parson who insist on punctuality. ridley scott has spent four decades making some of the most successful films in cinema. his work on films like alien, blade runner, thelma and louise, gladiator, and the martian have brought in several billion dollars at the box office, and won dozens of awards. but his most recent project, all the money in the world, was overshadowed by the allegations of sexual misconduct against one of its stars, kevin spacey. he was replaced just six weeks before the film was due to be released. 0ur arts editor, will gompertz, has been talking to ridley scott, and began by asking him if replacing spacey was a commercial
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or moral decision. that‘s tricky. i think it‘s a little bit of both. but, you know, moral is a word we can talk about for the next two hours, 0k. so i‘d like to say initially it was a commercial decision which would be maybe a little hand in hand with a moral decision. you know, you can‘t take the artist, and actually whatever a person decides to do in their private life which doesn‘t harm others, you have to separate that from what they do as an artist or as a person, as a clever person. mr getty, your grandson, he's been kidnapped. i have seen the movie and it is completely seamless. what was running through my head was how would it have been different with spacey? is there a noticeable difference? you are one of
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the few people in the world to have seen both. is it a much different movie? kevin spacey did fantastically a good job. it was cooler and chillier. christopher comes with this inordinate charm. his smile and his twinkle. he has always had that twinkle, so when in fact he‘s doing the same words, the same text as kevin, the twinkle and smile somehow make him that much more effective, i think. it makes him quite lethal but in a charming way. i have no money to spare. what would it take for you to feel secure? more. christopher plummer and michelle williams have both been nominated for golden globes and what we are hearing about the golden globes from the campaign within the industry, who are supporting a change in culture in hollywood, will be wearing black dresses in support of that notion. are we looking at a moment
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in hollywood where things will change, where sexism will subside and women will get a fair crack at the whip? or do you think it‘s windowdressing? i think a bit of each. i think there will be an immediate change, because there should be. it is long overdue. you know, i have never experienced any of those things that you describe in my life, in my companies. i frankly have women running my companies. i have always been a supporter of strong women without ever actually thinking about it, which i think is the best way. i have great respect for women generally. maybe it comes from my mum. i had a very strong mother who brought up three pretty stalwart sons who were always very independent and tough. you talk about a problem, it being long overdue, it is something you
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have witnessed in hollywood, women being mistreated ? never. never, never. and if it ever came in front of me, i would immediately step on it. that was ridley scott speaking tour will gompertz. this misuse next, but first, a look at the headlines: the head of the parole board says he is concerned that some victims ofjohn worboys were not informed of his imminent release. jon venables will be tried over possession of indecent images is of children at an undisclosed court. donald trump has criticised the book published relating to his first year in the white house as lacking credibility. the business headlines: new car sales fell for the first time in six years last year, with demand for diesel cars plunging
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by almost a fifth. in total, there were about 2.5 million cars registered, down 5.7% in 12 months, that‘s according to industry body the society of motor manufacturers and traders. apple has said that all iphones, ipads and mac computers are affected by two major flaws in computer chips which emerged this week. tech companies have been racing to fix the meltdown and spectre bugs that could allow hackers to steal data. but apple says there is no evidence that the vulnerability has been exploited. and shop prices slid deeper into deflationary territory in december, falling 0.6% on last year compared to the 0.1% decline in november. non—food prices have fallen at their steepest rate since january last year — but food inflation gathered steam fuelled by climbing global prices. news about the uk‘s productivity?
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news about the uk's productivity?m rose at its fastest rate in over six yea rs rose at its fastest rate in over six years during the three months to the end of september, thanks to gains in manufacturing and financial services. the statistics, busy road .996 services. the statistics, busy road .9% we saw in the third quarter, is the first rise we have seen since the first rise we have seen since the end of 2016, and the biggest increase we have seen since 2011, according to the 0ns. in absolute terms, it is still barely above where we were a decade ago. earlier, i spoke to vicky pryce, the economist, who gave us an overarching picture of productivity. it is good news that we are seeing some rebound taking place. until now, the way that businesses have been meeting increased demand in the economy, particularly for —esque
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bortz —— exports, is by hiring more people rather than necessarily investing. i think it is part of the uncertainty around brexit. it has affected productivity because if you are high more people for an output increase, then you see an arithmetical reduction in productivity growth. i think that has run its course. we have practically full employment in the uk and there's a limit to how many more people you can bring in to meet increased demand, but things are beginning to improve because there is more investment taking place, and also, we have seen a lot of automation, cutting down huge numbers of jobs automation, cutting down huge numbers ofjobs in various areas, such as in retail, where firms have been encouraged to cut whole layers of employment to ensure they can keep their costs down. bad news for
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coffee lovers. the lot a levy, i don‘t know who came up with that —— the latte levy. it has come from the environmental audit committee, saying that 25p levy should be used to improve the uk‘s recycling and reprocessing facilities. some mps are calling for a total ban on disposable cups by 2023 if they are not made totally recyclable, which is less than five years. it is because of the huge volume of cups that we throw away every year, some 2.5 billion in the uk. almost none are 2.5 billion in the uk. almost none a re recycled, 2.5 billion in the uk. almost none are recycled, and 500,000 are littered every day. apparently, that is enough to circle the planet 5.5 times. i can picture that easily! that‘s cleared that one up! the trouble is, it is punishing the
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consumer. you should perhaps look towards the people who make the cups in the first place, and the recycling industry, for the answer, not the consumer. that is why people are arguing. everyone agrees it is a big environmental problem that needs a solution. people are arguing if the onus lies with the manufacturers of the cups or with the coffee shops themselves. we talked about the slowdown in shopping earlier in the bulletin, and people are asking if this is the most productive way of going about tackling what is undoubtedly a big environmental problem. let‘s speak to a global drinks analyst. is this really the best way to go about solving this problem, or does this notjust for the consumer? i think it is a tough set of proposals for the consumer, because we know from our research
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that unless you make it very convenient for the consumer, they won't recycle. i think it is actually going to really be a disincentive for them to buy coffee. the proposals might hope it will encourage behaviour like reusability of coffee cups, but i don't really see that happening, because coffee is an impulse purchase. it is a real hassle to be carrying coffee cups around, so! hassle to be carrying coffee cups around, so i don't see there being a massive sea change in consumer behaviour. you say that, but a lot of the bigger chains are pushing this idea. pret will give a discount for those using reusable cups. is that not the way to go? it is a great idea because it does not punish the consumer. in pret's case, it rewards good behaviour. the reason they have raised that bonus
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to 50p is that it is not really working. with consumers, convenience king. when they go to the coffee shop, it is a spur of the moment purchase, often, and they won't have thought in advance about bringing a cut in advance. again, i don't see a massive change in consumer behaviour. this news might come as a surprise to many, who might be surprised that these ostensibly cardboard cups cannot be recycled. johnny forsyth, thank you. it depends who you talk to. some people say they are. anyway, the night goes on. the markets... this global rally we have been talking about is continuing. the ftse100 has hit a high. us continuing. the ftse100 has hit a high. us markets have opened strongly, the ftse being helped by the weaker pound. multinational companies being boosted by that. the biggest loser is admiral, and that
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is because they are the most exposed to the uk car market. and as we have seen, car sales are falling, so that has hurt admiral. all day, centrica has hurt admiral. all day, centrica has been the biggest riser. i give. let‘s look at the weather. darren has the forecast. —— thank you. let‘s look at the weather. clear skies and wintry showers followed to the north. a lot of cloud around but temperatures won‘t be farfrom cloud around but temperatures won‘t be far from freezing. the risk of a touch of frost, and icy patches in eastern scotland and north east england, where the cold wind will feed in wintry showers. good sunshine for scotland and northern ireland. still this cloudy, damp
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zonein ireland. still this cloudy, damp zone in wales, the midlands and southern parts of england. colder further north. a frost will develop widely across northern overnight. they could be pretty cold in the countryside, but further south, enough when the temperatures to avoid getting too low. elsewhere, dry with sunshine. hello, you‘re watching afternoon live. i‘m simon mccoy. today at 4: the head of the parole board apologises to victims of black cab rapistjohn worboys, who weren‘t told he‘s to be released. when we released the information about the decision, it was my understanding today, is we believed all victims had been told about that decision. we are checking today exactly what happened, because clearly something went wrong. jon venables, one of the killers of toddlerjames bulger, has been charged over indecent images of children. his trial will be held in private.
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new car sales fall for the first time in six years — with demand for diesel cars plunging by almost a fifth. a convicted killer who admitted murdering his ex—girlfriend has been jailed for at least 26 years. we have the sport. it would be - of we £7: rid j mi
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