BBC Parliament
8 minutes
But I think we should perhaps look at that and perhaps this is something that will be addressed in Bill committee to mean that the first opportunity to implement the provisions of this bill, should be seized and we should make it happen and we should lay down a marker and not waste any time. Of course. I'm extremely grateful and I'd be happy to look at that occur fully in Bill committee and I'd be happy if my honourable friend would wish to join me on that committee.
BBC One East
14 minutes
The winds are staying light, though, so a rather grey day all in all, and of course, it's going to feel chilly. There won't be any of the lovely sunshine we've had today, or there will be very little of it. Top temperatures will peak at between 3-5 Celsius, depending on where you are, but a very cold feeling day tomorrow.
BBC One West
14 minutes
And that does mean a cold, frosty but bright start I think a lot of sunshine through the morning, there will tend to be more cloud pushing in later on in the day. Have a good afternoon. Of course the team will return at 6:30pm when we will be discussing an old West 6:30pm when we will be discussing an old West culinary delight, rook pie.
BBC One South East
14 minutes
Some of the rural spots may be as low as minus five or maybe even minus six Celsius as we head into tomorrow morning, so you may find yourself scraping the car windscreens if you're out and about on the roads early on. Now, over the course of the weekend, it's actually going to feel a little bit colder.
BBC One East
15 minutes
A very pretty day, all in all, particularly if you're inside looking out, of course. The winds are staying light, and temperature-wise, we'll probably be up to 3-6 degrees Celsius. But still feeling really very cold outside. The sun will set just around 4.30 these days, and the temperature will drop off very quickly.
BBC One East
16 minutes
OK, let's get the weather with Elizabeth Rizzini. Hello, good afternoon. We started off today with a widespread sharp frost, some of our more rural spots were down as low as -4 or -5 Celsius, but of course, there's lots of sunshine as well. So that all made for some very pretty weather, lots of pictures coming in. There is even a frost at the seaside, as you can see here, from Sheringham on the Norfolk coast.
Politico
16 minutes
What was once seen by many as an impossibility will become a reality around noon Friday when Donald J. Trump stands on the Capitol's west steps to be sworn in as the country's 45th president. Trump started the day by tweeting , of course. Kellyanne Conway, a senior Trump adviser, said on FOX this morning that Trump would waste no time issuing executive orders. “By Monday I think you'll see him rolling back some of the job-killing regulations, some he considers to be unconstitutional measures. But until then he wants people to soak in the moment of this great time.” Democrats have indicated that they will push back at every opportunity. Senate Minority Leader Chuck Schumer said on CNN’s “New Day that he was “ready for the fight. I really am. I mean, it's a tremendous responsibility. This president ran an unconventional campaign to say the least.
BBC One East
17 minutes
As we said, a hugely encouraging display in the league last week. Huddersfield away, that's a tough one, though. Of course it is, and so is Preston and so is Derby when they come here. We've not had an easy one yet.
Derby Telegraph
17 minutes
BBC News 24
18 minutes
We wait for him to make his way to that church service. All at the start of an extraordinary day that many people thought would never come, but a significant day in terms of the US political process of course.
BBC News 24
18 minutes
We have been waiting for the President-elect to leave and head to church, in advance of the official swearing-in ceremony. We believe one of those will be carrying him and his wife. We don't know which, of course.
BBC One South East
18 minutes
Whether they acted legally or not, their treatment of our daughter, and the harshness of pastoral care we received, was shocking. There is no legislation that allows them to remove students on the grounds of performance halfway through a course.
BBC One West
18 minutes
They work here to maximise the recovery of patients and the unit at Frenchay is getting some of the best results in the country. Many more lives are being saved now compared to a few years ago. But of course the other side of that is these people, the very injured , most injured people with the highest degree of need and we could look at all the different aspects that are involved.
BBC One West Midlands
18 minutes
In some cases, a lot more. Whereas in England as a whole it was £8,871. That is a massive difference. In the West Midlands, of course, it was even less than that. sight across the country.
The Huffington Post
19 minutes
As Messrs. Putin and Trump contemplate doing just that, much skepticism will remain on both sides of the Atlantic, and rightfully so, based on history. But lately, history has not proven to be a particularly good guide for current events, or a reliable path into the future. A lot of people in the U.S. and Russia will be upset by this proposed radical upending of the proverbial apple cart, and the manner in which it will apparently be done - a combination of strong man bravado and the demolition of conventional wisdom. Many will be asking whether the objective of what Putin and Trump are trying to achieve is similar to what previous U.S. presidents have attempted with Putin over the past 15 years. That, of course, remains to be seen, but it is clear that some businesses and political camps will benefit from a reset, while others will not. Much as was the case when the Soviet Union disintegrated, the West got used to the idea of doing business with Eastern European and Central Asian countries (and vice versa), and it wasn't long before doing so became the new normal.
BBC One East
19 minutes
You bask in glory, everyone is patting you on the back, and of course, whether we are giant or not, I guess we are, in terms of the comparison, then it's horrible. It's dreadful. Yesterday was awful. There's nothing I can do about that now. The last three league performances have been good, the last result was good, so that's what we want to go back to.
BBC Parliament
20 minutes
In putting together my contribution, I tried to put this into perspective, what contribution as urgent Navy made to our country over the course of the years and when I look at that figure of 29,000 seamen who lost their lives, that's almost the Atlantic and they are, which sank whilst undertow after being hit by Exocet missiles.
BBC One West
24 minutes
It has been sunny in the north of England and remained sunny through the course of the afternoon. Rather murky and grey, a contrast to how it is further south. Holding on to the cloud for most of the afternoon. Look at that for England and Wales, a glorious afternoon.
BBC One Wales
24 minutes
It has been sunny in the north of England and remained sunny through the course of the afternoon. Rather murky and grey, a contrast to how it is further south. Holding on to the cloud for most of the afternoon. Look at that for England and Wales, a glorious afternoon.
BBC One East
25 minutes
Sunny skies creeping their way northwards into Northern Ireland and the far north of England. We have a weak weather front which has been producing a lot of misty and murky grey weather. It has been sunny in the north of England and remained sunny through the course of the afternoon. Rather murky and grey, a contrast to how it is further south.
BBC One London
25 minutes
Sunny skies creeping their way northwards into Northern Ireland and the far north of England. We have a weak weather front which has been producing a lot of misty and murky grey weather. It has been sunny in the north of England and remained sunny through the course of the afternoon. Rather murky and grey, a contrast to how it is further south.
BBC Parliament
26 minutes
Of course we begin from 1215 when the Magna Carta was agreed, and it protected the agreement of Parliament, which is obviously a very positive step. In the 19th century, the terrible conditions but children faced lead to the factory act, the Beveridge report, the signing of the declaration of the universal human rights in 1968, and in 85 race relations act which bans discrimination on the grounds of race, further, limited by the 2010 Equality Act 2010 whole range of anti-discrimination legislation under a single act and added further protections.
BBC News 24
27 minutes
That is something they will welcome, but of course given that that power-sharing government has collapsed, the question of when that will take place is yet to be determined. Chris, thank you. A group of British doctors say they've transformed the treatment and diagnosis of prostate cancer. They've used MRI scans, which nearly doubled the number of aggressive tumours that are caught. Prostate cancer - the most common type of cancer in men in the UK - is normally confirmed with an invasive biopsy.
BBC Parliament
31 minutes
I also of course congratulate the honourable gentleman the Member for Cambridge for his contribution and support embodies a very important piece of legislation. Of course I congratulate my honourable friend the Member for Salisbury and South Wiltshire for bringing this important bill before the House.