Sky News
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Take a look at these pictures. This is Manchester Airport and as those crosswinds bothered the plane, sometimes coming in sideways, pilots collared crab formation, then they bring the nose forward and hopefully bring the plane down. It is a sight to see when you see those planes coming in and the concentration that must be on the minds of the pilots as they study the plane down onto the runway.
BBC News 24
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At the moment, though, we have still no official idea of who this woman was. I have heard anecdotally that she was a young woman, possibly in her late 20s. But the police are expecting to be releasing her identity in about the next half-hour. And it looks pretty blustery still where you are. But obviously when this happened, the winds were very high indeed? Yes, I mean who is to say how high they were at the time, but we are hearing reports of 80, 90 mph.
BBC Parliament
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If our aim is a country is to help those most in need fleeing conflict and persecution, then the government strategy is the right one. I welcomed the statement last week by the UN High Commissioner for refugees, where he said that in relation to resettlement, the UK is doing very remarkable things.
Sky News
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View in Wolverhampton it has been fatal. Absolute tragedy. Live now to our correspondent Nick Martin, who's at Manchester airport. You sent us some pretty scary footage earlier on, what is it like now? The wind comes and goes, but the problem is that it makes it difficult for the pilots to make a smooth landing and we have seen this at airports across Britain today, pilots using all of the training that they have too tried to get these planes down.
BBC Parliament
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In that case, would she be surprised to note that of the 750 children that came from Calais during equivalence, less than ten came from Syria. That is why I believe we are doing the right thing in going to the refugee camps and working with UNHCR, ruling out similar schemes to the ones that the Australians, Canadians and Americans have been delivering, to enable both children and the most need to come to the UK.
BBC News 24
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It just literally blew off in the wind. Some of it came down on this poor woman here. Some other part of it, other debris, came further down. All this afternoon the Fire Service have been up on the roots down here on Dudley Street fixing up masonry that has been loose and anything else that could possibly come down and injure people.
BBC Parliament
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Whilst the Minister is just laying out the government's priority is here, can he be clear about what he has said about capacity increase? He says we have 115 staffing increases. Of those, -- staff in Greece. Of those, how many are working on transfers to the UK? I could give you the figures but we have 115 people there. Our work in Calais showed that there are only a handful of children from Syria. I know this motion talks specifically about children from Syria, and she talked about children fleeing Aleppo and horrible situations in Syria.
BBC News 24
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We have had a statement from Starbucks this afternoon in which they say they have been shocked and saddened by this terrible incident, as they describe it. They say they are helping police with this investigation. What we are hearing on the ground, and as yet it has to be confirmed by the police, is that this was part of a much larger structure that was on that building, that big brick building, behind the glass behind me.
Sky News
3 minutes
They are being told what has happened and only then police say they will give us any kind of formal briefing. A terrible tragedy. Another victim of this Storm Doris which has been causing such disruption of them down the country.
BBC News 24
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But it is looking increasingly from what we are hearing and seeing on the ground behind us that this woman was hit by a huge piece of wood. If you look over my shoulder, where Starbucks coffee shop at about 11am this morning.
Sky News
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That is for the enquiries which are ongoing. This woman just walking along, presumably just before or during the lunch hour and despite the fact that they had paramedics ear within minutes, there was absolutely nothing they could do for her. She died here at the scene. Police have only just, I am told, been able to contact her next of kin.
BBC Parliament
4 minutes
The Government agrees that is safe legal routes can help combat trafficking. That is why we have six other legal routes by which children can safely come to the United Kingdom. But the migration crisis has shown that factors such as policy changes and political messaging can influence the movement of migrants. There must be reasonable example why around 2000 asylum seekers in the EU last year chose Germany and Sweden. And it is important to note children fleeing conflict and the persecution of the region.
Sky News
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That is where it has been placed by forensic officers and health and safety people who are trying to work out what happened and why it happened. As you can probably make out, it is a pretty hefty chunk of timber. As we say, we do not know exactly why it happened or whether there was any problem with its fixings are there.
BBC News 24
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And in England, homes in Sheffield, Lincolnshire and Cheshire are without power. Let's go to Wolverhampton, where, as we heard, a woman died when debris fell onto the street. Sarah Bishop is there for us. Sarah, do we know exactly what happened? Well, we still have no official confirmation or any statement from the police yet.
BBC Parliament
6 minutes
I would like to make a bit process if May. Want to talk about the trafficking issue that has been raised. I want to address the issue of trafficking put up must make clear one thing in particular.
Sky News
7 minutes
You can probably see a group of two or three police officers standing behind that sign. On the floor by them, I am told, is the piece of wood which came of the roof.
BBC Parliament
7 minutes
Has there been a survey done of people coming in because I would like to know what the evidence is? Certainly we take the prosecution and detection of people trafficking crime very seriously, particularly working closely with our French colleagues. I was last week in Holland and Belgium meeting with my opposite numbers and we have joint operations at the ports to insure these people trafficking gangs can be arrested and prosecuted and there has been a number of situations where that has happened and I will give the actual numbers but there have been a number of successful prosecutions.
BBC Parliament
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That is why the chicks need to be made and it is also why give resources to local authorities ensure that they can themselves check the welfare of the children. I will certainly give way. I wonder if he could give an exact same detailed analysis and responds to the honourable gentleman about how many people have been convicted in the UK for such trafficking in the last year. How many people have been convicted for those offences and also, he wouldn't mind laying out in the House of Commons library for us the evidence, Pat surveys that has led him to emphasise the pool factors.
BBC Parliament
9 minutes
50 places for failed Dublin B locations. We sped back to be a minimum number. The Minister has medical shall point here. That so many children who have come intervention.
BBC Parliament
10 minutes
It is not working. And we need to ensure that for the benefit of the children networks for the good of them and their relatives. Is there going to be a response to the corner from the independent anti-slavery Commissioner? It is indeed very important that the Dublin process works effectively and also takes into account the safeguarding of the children and shakes do need to be made to ensure that the family connection is a genuine one but also that those children will be cared for and indeed, we have had a number of children admitted under the Dublin protocol where actually that has not worked out and that is why the specified number that was set with local authorities has left some slack in there.
BBC News 24
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Not great but also some good pictures. This is when we had the strongest winds. Even London, earlier. But most of the bad winds across the Midlands and East Anglia. By the middle of the evening, we can say goodbye to those. And it is going the evening, we can say goodbye to lighter.
BBC Parliament
11 minutes
What he was saying was that they wanted stuff out there to help with this scheme but at the dinner meeting that we had with him he mentioned there was only one member of the Home Office staff out there. Can I suggest the run more stuff out there then there would be more confidence in the right children being referred under the scheme. We have 115 staff increased at the minute. terms of specific updates about the case.
BBC News 24
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That was amazing. And the weather, it is still pretty rough but we are getting to the end of Storm Doris. It was peaking as it was crossing across the country and we can look at some of the gusts. Not necessarily the top ones. Weybourne, very windy. And these sort of pictures, repeating themselves across the United Kingdom. Nice weather if you can deal with snow! That was across Scotland.
BBC Parliament
12 minutes
Will the Minister clarify if his department regularly re-consult with local authorities to maintain an up-to-date overview of capacity for the children? I engage regularly with local authorities will double their places in Scotland then please numbers of staff from the Home Office who are in France and Greece and Italy? I want to ask.