BBC News 24
14 minutes
He is suggesting another $54 billion more. As you said, he is looking at spending that money from other government spending which he wants to cut. So a number of federal departments and foreign aid. It is unclear which particular departments. That is all cut quite deeply.
BBC News 24
21 minutes
This is window dressing. It's just moving money from pot A to pot B. The problem with always thinking that by putting some money in, we'll get some improvement and some better things - it's just plugging a gap of money that has been taken away, while demand is rising, so the population 65-plus has gone up by 15% in the period we are talking about, and, actually, over 40% of adult social care budgets isn't spent on older people at all.
BBC News 24
21 minutes
It's not... The Better Care Fund is an attempt to put some more money in. The new Better Care Fund is an attempt to put a bit more in. It will help. Social care would have been cut by more without the NHS transfer of funds, definitely, because it was used to prevent cuts. So, what you're really saying is, actually, this isn't really much in the way of more money.
BBC News 24
22 minutes
Yes. Actually, so, really, it was all a bit of a fraud, wasn't it? The money was going to go from your budget to the local government budgets, but it wasn't actually going to achieve anything to reducing costs to the NHS, which was one of the longer-term aims of this.
BBC News 24
22 minutes
.. I'm aware we have limited time today. We could go round the Houses on the challenges, but this report says that the Better Care Fund, the integration that it was supposed to achieve, the safe admissions to AE that it was supposed to achieve, it hasn't delivered and it has actually cost money. Do you agree with me? Not entirely, of the contrary, no. So.
BBC News 24
22 minutes
The watchdog the National Audit Office has said the £5.3 billion Better Care Fund has not succeeded in keeping patients out of hospital or saved any money, although the NAO said it had helped join up health and social care in some areas. Appearing before the Public Accounts Committee senior health figures argued that the fund was working, but it was too soon to judge its full impact.
BBC News 24
an hour
You are right, all of this needs to go through Congress. That will take some time. This will not be easy. As you would expect, a number of Democratic are not happy, and a number of Republicans as well. Donald number of Republicans as well. that he wants to put more money into defence.
BBC News 24
an hour
The US already spends $600 billion on defence every year, that is more than the next seven countries altogether. He is suggesting $54 billion more. As you said, he is looking at spending that money from other government spending which he wants to cut. So, a number of Federal departments and foreign aid. Now, it is unclear which departments will be cut, that will be fleshed out later.
BBC News 24
an hour
It remains to be seen, frankly, where this money is coming from. That is unclear. Many people in Washington and elsewhere are scratching their head trying to figure out how this will work. President Trump has talked about investing a lot more cash into the military throughout his campaign. Since he has become president, he says he wants peace through strength.
BBC News 24
2 hours
The ratio of nondenominational currency was very high. And you saw tax evasion and corruption and crime like issues. All of this came up. And therefore, rather than give an opportunity to the evaders to manage, it had to be done abruptly, so that money could lose its anonymity and go back into the banking system. Do you worry that moving away from monetisation will slow the economy? It was extremely fast.
BBC News 24
2 hours
After the ban of the notes, I only sold about 42 in a month. People do not have money to service their vehicles. There is just no cash flow. Now, things are slowly beginning to improve. Cache is a lifeline in rural India.
BBC News 24
2 hours
He was left with no choice but to abandon his crop. TRANSLATION: I would have to pay for workers and transport to harvest it and sell it. At low market rates, I would lose money rather than make it.
BBC News 24
2 hours
But this farmer simply had to let them go after the government withdrew most of India's currency notes in November last year. People were suddenly short of money and am willing to spend. That drove down the prices of many consumer good, including vegetables.
BBC News 24
2 hours
We're going to do more with less. We're going to do more with less and make the government lean and accountable to the people, we can do so much more with the money we spend. Also making news today: Prosecutors in South Korea say they will make their final indictments in their investigation into President Park Guen-Hye on Tuesday. They had asked for the inquiry to be extended by 30 days, but the Prime Minister's Office refused. The Special Prosecutor says they were not able to question President Park, something they described as "deeply disappointing.
Sky News
2 hours
We aren't going to be paying all these vast amounts of money, we want to do trade deals outside of the market, with the Commonwealth, with US, Japan etc. The first trades that we would have done since we entered the Common Market. He also says the 48% that didn't vote for this deserve to have a say.
BBC One Wales
2 hours
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ITV4
3 hours
.. Like getting your money's worth? Enjoy the 99p Mayo Chicken. Part of the McDonald's Saver Menu. How did Hertha BSC Berlin up to now in 2017? Not good. Only one win, one draw, but three defeats. They picked up only four little points out of five Bundesliga matches. But, surprise, surprise, they are still in sixth position. And Saturday afternoon they welcomed fifth place Eintracht Frankfurt who have also lost their last two Bundesliga matches.
Sky News
3 hours
It is an issue if -- when people don't pay. However, you have to be sensitive with people with mental health issues and those who don't have any money. Finding that these dreadful people are on huge commissions to get people into court and give people a hard time. It should never have been privatised.
Sky News
4 hours
We pour money down the drain. Lots more to come after the break. We will look at this and take a look at the Oscars, and skirts are out, apparently. Back with that in just a moment. We have got a front moving south through the Alps on Tuesday.
Sky News
4 hours
-- the next eight. There was concern that once he came in they would cease to be the world 's policeman. That is the role they have played. He is spending this money because so many countries in Nato do not spend the 2% target of GDP on defence and also they don't pay their bills. America, along with Britain have paid the bill. If I was in America, you would have more influence stabilising countries, not making them unstable.
Sky News
4 hours
-- bans the guns. -- ban the guns. He remains a decisive, sexual predator. What a waste of money when the US already spends more on defence than the eight, eight countries combined.
Sky News
4 hours
I believe that. He minds the fact that we have moved from the single market... That is not hard Brexit. Yes it is. It was very clear in the referendum campaign, we were going to come out of the single market because we are. We aren't going to be paying all this vast amounts of money, we want to do trade deals outside of the market, with the Commonwealth.
ITV4
4 hours
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BBC One London
4 hours
Buying players is not the be all and end all but under the tenure of Jurgen Klopp Liverpool have made a profit in the transfer market. In this age of money flooding into football, you would expect a couple of local sides.