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13 minutes
They have got to make a decision. What do they do? Do they keep their head down and avoid deselection from pro-Jeremy Corran people in my party or do I speak up? We have seen with that leads. Virtually all Jeremy Corbyn's Shadow Cabinet and ministers resigned, it didn't do anything.
BBC News 24
19 minutes
In the last few days, we have seen around 450-500 around the airport, south of Mosul, seeking shelter in a safe place. They have left with very little things with them and they are traumatised and they are in need of lots of support. What sort of conditions are people living under? Yesterday we visited a place where these 450 people arrived to and families there have taken people into their own houses.
BBC News 24
44 minutes
The way people usually visit historic churches, and I've seen it, is that they go to the door, they pop their head round and they go - oh, there's a font, there's an altar, there's some very nice stained glass, that's very pretty, and then they leave. What you miss by doing that is, you don't get to dwell in the place and really get a feeling for it. Somebody at the pub just told me that tonight is supposed to be the coldest night of the year.
Sky News
an hour
But there was in that story for Michael Flynn to resign. I think that had more to do with internal communications in the White House. Is fake news negative news, is that what we are talking about? He doesn't like negatives stories? He does not mind the give and take, we have seen that with news organisations and in debates.
ITV4
an hour
We were here only 2 1/2 weeks ago for the Newbury meeting. This was as bad as I have ever seen it. It was as soft as Kempton has ever been. Yet two weeks later we are here on ground that really will run quite fast. It drains. We have been lucky here.
ITV4
an hour
We have only seen 4 mm of rain here in the last few days. The ground is good to soft in places. I have got heels on and they are not sinking in. There is a good deal of cloud cover, with patchy rain. It is a bit nippy, only nine or 10 C.
Sky News
an hour
That is not huge craze for the leader of their party. While the MPs are staying quiet on this, we have seen Jeremy Corbyn had one two leadership contests. -- won.
Sky News
2 hours
Out of this year's nominees, what do you want to see win? Out of these nine, I would like to see it go to Moonlight. We have not seen a picture like this ever. It talks about character we do not get to see on film, a young black gay man living in Florida, and it tells a story in a different way by using three different actors to play this actor throughout his life.
Sky News
2 hours
We have been talking about this film for months, who you think to an extent that could damage its chances on Sunday? We are a little bit tired about talking about La La Land. What we have seen happen in the last few months in like Moonlight? We are seeing the conversation shift back into Moonlight's favour.
Sky News
3 hours
This story was about a drunk who try to avoid his £6 60 fair, and they knew was seen grabbing onto the back of the train and climbing onto the top. It is like something from a Western movie. It was a bus driver who took that photo from a bridge.
BBC News 24
3 hours
Some blustery winds as well. A south-westerly wind is bringing some mild air in towards our direction, and also this pipeline of cloud, pretty grey skies for many, and some outbreaks of rain, as we have already seen across Scotland. Into Northern Ireland and parts of Wales as well. We really will see quite a lot of rain today and it could even give some poor travelling conditions with lots of surface water and spray on the roads.
Sky News
3 hours
It is the third time that I have seen in that report and that last line makes me have a double take every dime. It has to be a live finger so don't worry about chopping one-off! With us this morning to review the papers are the Broadcaster Petrie Hosken and the Political Editor of the Mirror, and political columnist for the People Nigel Nelson.
BBC News 24
3 hours
I think their winning is everything for them. It is a different Scottish team to potentially what we have seen before. Like I say, we are very focused on the squad that we have at the minute, and what we need to do off the back of our game. In the womens' tournament, Scotland won their first Six Nations game in six years with a 15-14 win over Wales. It's the first time they have beaten the Welsh in 30 meetings, and they had to do it the hard way, coming back from 14-0 down.
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3 hours
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3 hours
Some customers say the bank is being over-zealous with the information it demands from them, and how it treats those who struggle to provide it. The bank's been carrying out more stringent checks in recent years to protect against criminality. For injured tortoises rescued from smugglers can now be seen in the UK for the first time.
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3 hours
We know that you're heading straight back to Iraq. We have got used to looking at pictures from around the world of humanitarian crises. Because the media have been embedded with the military during this conflict, we have not seen the same kind of distressing images of humanitarian suffering.
Sky News
3 hours
That's Trump: The Disruptive President, at 10.30am. Jodie Foster has spoken out against Donald Trump at a rally in LA. Katie Spencer sent this report. Today we have seen the politics come back into play after the escapism of La La Land.
BBC News 24
3 hours
That is the interesting thing, if it is VX, the fact they have chosen to reveal to the world that they have it and they are prepared to use it is one of the interesting aspects of this story. If it is indeed the X and if the two women who were seen in the airport at that really the X.
BBC News 24
3 hours
We are learning a little bit more about VX. Tell us how dangerous it is. As you have said, it is one of the most toxic nerve agents ever developed. It can kill in minute quantities. I have seen overnight there have been questioned about the scientific community about how likely this could have been VX. It has not yet been confirmed by an international laboratory. The delivery of it is starting to raise concerns, how it could not have contaminated for instances the ambulance people who treated him.
Sky News
4 hours
Sky News
4 hours
-- might not be familiar. And if possible, automatic compensation. Whereby people can get compensation straightaway without having to apply. Who would be in charge of that one body or system, to which all rail companies operate? The rail industry can get together and do that. They have made some efforts. The government has said they will support it, unfortunately we have seen no progress on that.
BBC News 24
4 hours
When we talk about them going home, will their homes still be there? That's going to be tough in itself, the challenge of what happens next. Yes, I mean, having seen the other places in the last few months that have been retaken and people have gone back to.
BBC News 24
5 hours
It is full on rugby so I think they're winning is everything for them. It is a different Scottish team to potentially what we've seen before and like I game in six years, with a 15-14 win over Wales.
BBC News 24
5 hours
The bank's been carrying out more stringent checks in recent years to protect against criminality. Four endangered tortoises, which were rescued from smugglers, can now be seen in the UK for the first time. The ploughshare tortoises were sent to Chester Zoo in 2012, after they were confiscated by customs officials in Hong Kong.