BBC Two England
9 hours
Did it have is an print on him? I think I'm looking for a word more than a thumb print. It was Bannon all in. This was what Steve Bannon has been doing during the campaign. He joined it from August on and this is the point of view he has been expressing to me, to anyone that's talk to him, and also to Trump again and again.
BBC One Wales
14 hours
BBC One Wales
14 hours
BBC News 24
19 hours
On the face of confidentiality but I can tell you he was admitted here in August 2014 and the hospital said that his two yesterday he was unnecessary and he was deemed fit to be discharged, but despite offers of care and accommodation, he wouldn't go and because he wouldn't give his consent they couldn't discharge and the hospital says they didn't take the decision lightly but they went to court to get a court order to try and get back possession of the bed so someone else could use it, and eventually he was evicted from the hospital ten days ago.
BBC One Wales
19 hours
BBC One East
19 hours
I can't tell you much about this man who is involved because of patient confidentiality, but I can tell you he was admitted to this hospital in August 20 14. The hospital said his two-year stay was unnecessary. He was deemed fit two-year stay was unnecessary. He move from the hospital, so they could use the bed for somebody else.
BBC Parliament
21 hours
It came into force on the 1st of August 20 11. In the interests of time, I'm not going... I know people want to speak and I will test your patience any further by reading through the part of the Equality Act 2011, which in effect, makes these things redundant.
BBC News 24
21 hours
We can only speculate about how many patients could have used this bed he was in, but has the hospital be more specific about the cost of his day? We did ask them how much it cost, but they said they cannot don't individually how much it could have added up to, but they did say he was declared medically fit to be discharged shortly after he was put into hospital in August 20 14.
BBC News 24
21 hours
With me is our correspondent who has been looking into this story. This is absolutely astonishing. How did news of this come to light in the first place? It was uncovered by BBC Radio Norfolk after a patient at the hospital got in touch with them and said when she was staying there she was told it was an open secret that this place was taken up by this patient since August 2000 and 14.
BBC News 24
a day
This sounds astonishing. How did it come to light? Well, it was after by BBC Radio Norfolk investigation after a patient at the James Paget hospital told them she'd heard an open secret on the ward that a patient had been there for two years after being admitted in August 2014. When BBC Radio 4 got in touch with the hospital, they confirmed that this was the case, but said the patient had left about a week ago but patient had left about a week ago that he lives in Suffolk and that he was admitted in August 2014, but that he was medically fit to be discharged shortly after entering the hospital, so you might be wondering why it has taken two years for him to leave.
ITV
a day
Quiet, diverse and peaceful. It has not always been like that. In August 2014, the whole world came to know this small town's name. The young black man who was shot by a police officer, with his body left in the road for hours, before a anger boiled over and spread.
BBC One East Midlands
2 days
The company has apologised unreservedly. Hospital managers say they're still not in a position to reopen Grantham's AE unit overnight, despite recruiting more doctors. The department has been shut between 6:30pm and 9am since last August because of a lack of staff.
BBC News 24
2 days
You have two imagine that since last August these people are living in an emergency, so this is a big point, and on the other side, images of people who need assistance and lots of issues that we are trying to deal with.
BBC News 24
2 days
This morning, roads to the site are slowly carved out, reopening the area which is popular for skiers. It's thought yesterday's avalanche was caused by four major earthquakes in a region already fragile. This Last year, three magnitude six tremors hit villages here between August and October.
BBC News 24
2 days
We go through a period in our lives being psychologically unbalanced. For me, it was understanding what was going on behind problem and put in people who really ran an incredible campaign for him from the middle of August on words.
BBC News 24
2 days
Our behaviour, that is personality, and that comes from social environment and upbringing and values. I was exceedingly concerned mostly because he had no puts 16 very established politicians out and he took the nomination and I couldn't figure out why he was not related about it, and then what happened was on August 17, I made the comment on August three, he announced he was changing his staff.
BBC News 24
2 days
Last year, three magnitude six tremors hit villages here between August and October. One of which left nearly 300 people dead. For those who have managed to reach the hotel, conditions have begun to ease, but dozens, including children, are still missing, as the extent of this tragedy begins to unfold.
BBC News 24
2 days
Last year, three magnitude six tremors hit villages here between August and October. One of which left nearly 300 people dead. conditions have begun to ease, but dozens, including children, are still missing, as the extent of this tragedy begins to unfold.
BBC News 24
2 days
Last year, three magnitude six tremors hit villages here between August and October. One of which left nearly 300 people dead. For those who have managed to reach the hotel, conditions have begun to ease, but doesn't come including children, are still missing, as the extent of this tragedy begins to unfold.
BBC Parliament
2 days
The protesters threw stones when confronted by the Indian military. The retaliation by the Indian military was staggering, they used pellet guns in an attempt to disperse the crowds, although the use of live bullets and CS gas also were noticeably present. By the end of August, after six weeks of violence, 6000 civilians were injured, almost 1000 of those suffered injuries to their eyes. Pellet guns are seen as non-lethal crowd control weapons.
BBC News 24
2 days
Yes, sure. The main issue now for this population as we understand it is that the earthquake that started last August, 2016, so that the problem is also the panic and the psychological side. Obviously, also, sending special the search of the Rigopiano hotel.
Sky News
2 days
That is right. This area that was hit by the shocks yesterday is the same area that was hit by an earthquake, a series of earthquakes, last August. One town was pretty much flattened.
BBC News 24
2 days
We heard in August 2014, when Sinjar, the town was controlled by Isis, fell to IS, and we heard the terrible reports of what happened to the Yazidi women. You yourself are a Yazidi Kurd.
BBC News 24
2 days
You live in Stuttgart, the capital of the state of Baden-Wurttemberg, and the state runs a special project to rescue Yazidi women and children from these camps in Iraq. But you also help Shia Muslims as well as Christians, but mostly Yazidis. Why just the Yazidis? Actually, we didn't make any differences. The state government decided to bring in vulnerable women and girls who were in the hands of IS, but unfortunately, most of them are Yazidis, because IS targeted on 3rd of August 2014 mostly the Yazidi areas of Sinjar.