BBC News 24
21 minutes
We need to continue to trade as freely as possible with the EU. Though we have to leave. And for that reason we are not able to support this amendment. What I would ask is that those of your Lordships who, like me, voted to remain stop fighting the battles of the campaign but come together to help us think of ways we can continue to thrive, trade and overcome these challenges.
Sky News
2 hours
Donald Trump is hoping to raise Defence spending by 10% next year, a rise of more than $40 billion. It would be unusual to see such a big increase when America is not fighting a major war. Siobhan Robbins has more from Washington.
BBC News 24
2 hours
Abu Sayyaf are a Muslim group fighting a religious war, but they have become as feared for their habit of kidnapping for ransom. Those who don't pay are sometimes killed, just like this Canadian, shown here in the middle, who was murdered last year.
Sky News
3 hours
There are thousands of these unofficial, unmonitored mines. Men, women and children work in virtual slave conditions. Millions have died in decades of fighting over these mineral riches. There is gold, tin and copper here.
BBC News 24
3 hours
Abu Sayyaf are a Muslim group fighting a religious war, but they have become as feared for their habit of kidnapping for ransom. Those who don't pay our sometimes killed, just like this Canadian, shown here in the middle, who was murdered last year.
ITV4
4 hours
Ismael, former double winner in his time as a player nearly 2-2. Ismael, former double There was a good save in there from Wiedwald. And then Jannes Horn with the final effort. Sliced off target. A Bremen brace from Serge Gnabry but Wolfsburg have come fighting back.
ITV4
4 hours
..very good energy on the pitch, was a lot of quality. We managed to create a lot of chances and we deserved to win, we "I'm happy to be playing with such quality players. We get on well on the pitch and off it. We are scoring a lot of goals and are good mates." A northern derby with both teams fighting Wolfsburg, the club he left in the summer.
BBC Parliament
4 hours
Giving people the unrealistic hope that staying in the single market, despite the referendum and our exit is a possibility is, I think, and unfair thing to make them think could happen. We need to continue to trade as freely as possible with the EU. Though we have to leave. And for that reason we are not able to support this amendment. What I would ask is that those of your Lordships who, like me, voted to remain stop fighting the battles of the campaign but come together to help us think of ways we can continue to thrive, trade and overcome these challenges.
Sky News
4 hours
There are thousands of these, unofficial, unmonitored mines. Men, women and children work in virtual slave conditions. Millions have died in decades of fighting over these mineral riches. There is gold, tin and copper here. Now the new American president looks set to repeal laws brought in to protect these people and stop the flow of cash to militias.
Sky News
5 hours
They have no protective masks or equivalent, and right at the bottom I can see what. There are thousands of these unofficial unmonitored mines. Men, women and children work in virtual slave conditions, millions have died in decades of fighting over these mineral riches.
BBC Parliament
6 hours
All this government wants to do is hide behind and blame 2.8 million two 6.9 million a year. Talk about robbing Peter to pay Paul. And yet ministers from the DC LG and health haven't even met to discuss this problem. I do know that private hospitals get an 80% reduction because they are registered as charities. In my own constituency of filioque we have been fighting a battle to save a centre for several years, we into a secret strategy, drawn up by non-elected bureaucrats, from which the public and their elected representatives have been largely excluded.
BBC Parliament
8 hours
It says the axe does not place a statutory duty to respond to floods although there is a power that the act sets out for statutory core functions of the Fire and rescue authorities to provide fire safety, fire fighting, the rescuing of protecting people from harm and road traffic incidents. The law in Scotland is different.
BBC One London
8 hours
No one was hurt in the blaze. The cause of the fire is being investigated. Next: Should a company managing a new development be able to ban residents from having pets in their homes? Well, one woman from Limehouse was so incensed after she was told she couldn't keep her dog, Vinnie - that she spent the best part of £80,000 fighting her case in court.
BBC News 24
12 hours
Our correspondent Wyre Davies reports. Iraqi government forces are fighting door-to-door and street-to-street as they slowly try to capture the western part of Mosul from so-called Islamic State. The fighting is brutal and both sides are taking casualties. This is the Islamist group's last major stronghold in Iraq, and, almost completely surrounded by government troops, they're putting up fierce resistance.
BBC News 24
13 hours
In terms of that vision to finally have secretary, it has been a long time but this confirmation is really going to be helping in terms of getting this vision pushed through. What sort of agenda will they likely have? One really important role when it comes to the commerce secretary is that if you had any disagreements within the trade organisation, American companies will take those problems to the, secretary and the commerce Department is the one in charge of fighting those deals.
BBC One Yorkshire
14 hours
-- in a minute. The Rugby Football League says it's looking into what happened during a Challenge Cup match on Saturday between Fryston Warriors and Keighley Cougars - after footage emerged online of fighting involving several players. Keighley say one of their players suffered a broken jaw and another had his ear bitten by an opponent.
BBC One East
14 hours
Yes. And we are going to do it, aren't we, between us? He came here from Portugal 15 years ago. He worked as a union rep, but a stroke in 2008 left him paralysed from the chest down. If you had not persuaded him to go back to eating, how bad could this have got? We would have ended up with an inquest. Then, fingers would have been pointed. I thought I was fighting the system.
BBC News 24
14 hours
Those unable to walk are being taken to UN refugee camps away from the front line. More than a quarter of a million people are expected to flee Mosul as the fighting continues. As they leave the city, many younger men are separated from the women and children for security checks.
BBC News 24
14 hours
The fighting is brutal and both sides are taking casualties. This is the Islamist group's last major stronghold in Iraq, and, almost completely surrounded by government troops, they are putting up fierce resistance.
BBC News 24
14 hours
The army said it could potentially establish an important route to bring in reinforcements and supplies. UN aid workers say they're concerned by the humanitarian situation in the area. Our correspondent Wyre Davies sent this report. Iraqi government forces are fighting door-to-door and street-to-street as they slowly try to capture the western part of Mosul from so-called Islamic State.
Daily Mail - Home
14 hours
Gabby and Florian Kuehn were fighting their management firm in court after being told their dog Vinnie could not live in their £1m home due to a no-pets policy.
The Iran Project
14 hours
MNAUN Deputy Secretary-General Yuri Fedotov has met and talked with Iran’s Foreign Minister Zarif on Monday. Yuri Fedotov, Executive Director of the United Nations Office on Drugs and Crime (UNODC), attended a meeting with the Iranian Minister of foreign Affairs Mohammad Javad Zarif in Tehran on Monday morning. Zarif told UN official that Iran had been suffering loss of police staff and financial resources in fighting drug trafficking; “the social evils emanating from drugs hit the communities where the government had been working to alleviate the pernicious effects of cartels distributing drugs among the public,” he added. “Other countries benefit from our fight against cartels, which blocks the flow of drugs to these countries; they should accept their fair share of responsibility and pay for this fight,” Zarif told the meeting. Mr. Yury Fedotov Executive Director of the United Nations Office on Drugs and Crime (UNODC) and Director-General of the United Nations Office in Vienna (UNOV) for his pat hailed Iran’s contribution to international fight against cartels; “Iran discovers and seizes 75 per cent of the world’s total of drugs; we cherish Iran’s role and admit that the mission is difficult and costly; UNODC’s program in Iran is among the region’s most stable and the country is a pioneer in contributing positively to the advancement of the program; we should work with Iran more effectively and help the country to address crimes associated with drugs,” he told Zarif.
BBC Two England
15 hours
Nobody should be fighting phantoms. I think that there is a desperate yearning in the country for a strong and effective opposition. Absolutely. People are crying out for a Labour Party that they can trust on the economy and who has got a clear plan and alternative on jobs, wages and public services.
Auto Express
15 hours
.. Haas F1 VF-17 Image 21 of 28 Image 21 of 28 Debutants Haas finished a creditable eighth in the constructorschampionship last season, albeit with a significant advantage derived from the parts bought from Ferrari at the beginning of the year. Frenchman Romain Grosjean scored all of the team’s points in 2016 with a number of standout drives, but a lack of development ensured that rivals eventually surpassed the American outfit. With no points to his name Esteban Gutierrez was dropped at the end of the season, with Dane Kevin Magnussen replacing him for 2017. Red Bull Racing RB13 Image 24 of 28 Image 24 of 28 Red Bull are expected to be the main challengers to Mercedes this season, having overtaken Ferrari to finish second in the constructorschampionship in 2017 and with Adrian Newey influencing their approach to the new aero rules. Daniel Ricciardo and Max Verstappen won a race apiece in 2016, and both will be fighting hard for the driverstitle if their machinery is up to scratch.