BBC Parliament
2 minutes
He is going to bring forward a Private Members' Bill and I hope this meets with the same success that he met with on an earlier occasion and I would like to say also, I think it's particularly impressive record for one who has been in Parliament for a relatively short time to be able to introduce the sort of ground-breaking legislation onto the statute book. forward in a spirit of tolerance and diversity which we've all celebrated.
BBC Parliament
3 minutes
We haven't grown up in a society for that has been the case, for a we've seen that sort of discrimination happening and finally putting some of that away, putting a stop to it, is a good thing in its own right. Because I sitcom to be with any member of this House and I don't think it would sit comfortably with our constituents either.
BBC Parliament
3 minutes
And as we've been told, by numerous speakers this afternoon, this is a step that will tidy up the lot, it will sort of complete this element of work and so it should be wholesomely welcomed. Because, as I say, for my generation, we simply do not comprehend in many respects, the sort of discrimination that this bill seeks to address.
MacRumors
3 minutes
According to the FTC's complaint, the company "has had no basis with which to make these claims," saying that Uber has had zero oversight or even monitored the terms and conditions of any driver entering into the Vehicle Solutions Program. "Further, Drivers in Uber's Vehicle Solutions Program - which has connected Drivers with subprime auto companies and dealers - have in many instances received worse than industry average rates, made payments for hundreds of dollars more per month than advertised, and entered into leases imposing costs for mileage." Uber CEO Travis Kalanick has acknowledged the FTC's complaint in the settlement agreement, and a company spokesperson said the following in a statement: “We’re pleased to have reached an agreement with the FTC,” an Uber spokesperson said in a statement. “We’ve made many improvements to the driver experience over the last year and will continue to focus on ensuring that Uber is the best option for anyone looking to earn money on their own schedule.
BBC Parliament
5 minutes
I think all members of this House would welcome those steps that have been taken. We've seen organically steps taken within the merchant shipping industry to put right some of the challenges and industry to put right some of the Speaker made his statement yesterday, in relation to the Stonewall recognition that Parliament has received as an employer.
BBC Parliament
6 minutes
And I'm also pleased to see that the industry itself has come a long way pleased to see that the industry drafted. I think it further evidence is why this piece of legislation that is before us today by it is required and some example is of work that had been done include the UK National Maritime occupational health and safety committee producing guidelines on preventing bullying and harassment which were adopted by the European social partners and subsequently internationally. We've also seen the Maritime and Coastguard Agency guidance, out on seafaring employment agreements which recommend including references to bullying and harassment.
Sky News
8 minutes
Most of it goes past that. Thank you, ladies. You've got a ringside seat here. A little while to wait, but you will see the parade as it comes along in about three or four hours. See pictures of the church where President-elect Trump is at the moment. It is starting to get up here where we are as well but he is inside with the vice president-elect as well.
Auto Express
8 minutes
Top European show is still weeks away, but weve got news and rumours on what to expect. Keep tabs on this page for the latest info. 2017-01-20 13:30 Anticipation is already building ahead of the 2017 Geneva Motor Show – one of the biggest fixtures on the European motor industry’s calendar and always a hotbed of activity for new car launches and big scoops. The Geneva Motor Show began in 1905 and currently takes place every year at the Geneva’s Palexpo exposition centre, with this year’s edition – the 87th overallkicking off on 8 March 2017. Though we’re still weeks away from the show doors swinging open, some manufacturers have already confirmed their plans, and we’ve also got a good unofficial inkling of what else to expect. • 2016 Geneva Motor Show round-up Once Geneva 2017 is underway we’ll have a team on the show floor, bringing you exclusive pictures, interviews and all top stories.
Sky News
10 minutes
Why did you feel you needed to come? I felt I needed to come today because I voted for Donald Trump, so I think I should come out and support him. I've wanted to come because it's a once-in-a-lifetime opportunity opportunity to be able to come out and see some video I voted for.
BBC One East
13 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 East
13 minutes
And if anything, it's going to feel colder, with some cooler air leaking in from continental Europe. We're going to see some frosty nights again, as you'd expect. A frosty start to the day tomorrow, then. We've got this cloud that is gradually going to edge in from the west.
BBC One South East
14 minutes
And that's what we've got for the rest of the afternoon as well. So, more sunshine to come and just a light breeze, with top temperatures only up to four or five Celsius. Now, the sun will set at 4:30pm, and the blue tinge is back again on the map, so once more it's going to be a very cold night indeed.
BBC One West
14 minutes
Charlie, we 've already seen a little bit of you with your spell at Bristol Rovers. What an outrageous bit of skill. Do you know the one I'm thinking of? Yeah. That is part of my game. I get it out here than there. It is definitely exciting for the fans to see. I think that is what a loan is all about, you're trying to make your own noise and just take every experience and every lesson you can along with you.
BBC One West
15 minutes
Thibaut Courtois. The list is endless, top players. How different is Swindon to the setup that they have got it Chelsea? To come to Swindon, it 's not as big a club as Chelsea, so obviously you've got to humble yourself and be part of the boys, not think that sure above anyone.
Sky News
15 minutes
Miserable when it's raining, isn't it? Very cold. You've got hours to wait yet. Just a few more minutes. Why was it important for you to come today. We are just being Trump supporters. We really glad he's here. What is so important about him? I think he'll get a lot more done than the past administrations.
BoingBoing
15 minutes
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BBC One East Midlands
15 minutes
-- Capital of Culture. I think we've got the capacity and the ability as a city to pull it off. It's not going to be easy and there are many people to convincedthat it's the right way forward, but what I would say is, if we were to go forward with a bid, we have the ingredients to make something great happen.
BBC One East
16 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.
BBC One East
17 minutes
Does it make you more determined? Would you ever walk away from Ipswich, Mick? No, I've no intentions of doing that. I don't know if I can be be any more determined. If I could, that suggests that I'm not being as determined as I should be, not as focused. It's as far away from the truth as can be. No, I remain as focused and as determined to be a success here.
BBC One East
17 minutes
Does it affect you? Yes, I've also felt the glory on those occasions as well. I've probably had more of that has been here than brickbats, that's for sure. Pats on the back, it's been good. This season has been different. Does it bother me? win, they want to watch us play well, and we didn't do it, so I accept it.
BBC One East
18 minutes
The FA Cup is gone. Sad as it may be, as humbling as it may be, and humiliating as it might have been, it's done. We've got to go to Huddersfield and gather our feathers and try and play and win. You've been around a long time. No doubt you've felt the brunt of the fans' wrath on many occasions.
BBC One West
18 minutes
He's in the Brain Injury Rehab Unit at Frenchay which is officially opening its new building today. Almost doubling in size to 52 beds. Caring for people who've been in road accidents, had nasty falls, or severe strokes. For some people, they won't be able to look after themselves at all.
BBC Parliament
19 minutes
Much has been said today about today's bill from the Member for Salisbury, being a tidy up legislation and being symbolic but I think we've also today, really started to understand that it's much more than symbolism, it's more than just tidying up registration. I believe it will mean much more to those men and women who serve in the Merchant Navy and it's about making sure that the commitment given during the Armed Forces act in 2016 to address this issue, making sure that commitment is followed through.
BBC One London
19 minutes
For a company that made £676 million in 2014-15 and £742 million in 15-16, I think it's not beyond the wit of man or woman to spend some of that money on getting that get into those pipes, so we can detect the leagues as early as possible. I've come into the basement of the Japanese gallery.