ITV
5 hours
A number of riots in the past year have shed light on a criminal justice system under serious strain. Many of today's reforms were already announced by David Cameron in February last year. Prison governors will be given more control. New league tables for prisons published.
ITV
5 hours
NASA scientists have announced they've found several other planets like Earth where extra-terrestrial life could exist. Luke Farrington has more. In the great vastness of space, it's a bit like searching for life in a country the size of the USA, and finding it in your own back garden.
BBC News 24
9 hours
For that reason, we accepted the need for a date cutoff point when we first had the scheme announced. I think there is very little evidence in this particular context that a scheme like Dubs would act as a pull factor. There is evidence that safe and legal routes protect children, and the question we should be asking ourselves is, what intervention is most likely to make children safe? And we have evidence that a route to safety is that intervention, so that's what we should pursue.
BBC News 24
9 hours
When the Dubs scheme was first announced, it was very clearly about targeting the most vulnerable children, and we thought that was absolutely the right thing to do. It makes very little sense to us that the scheme would be cancelled now, when we know there are still 2500 unaccompanied children in Greece, ten times as many in Italy and many others across Europe.
BBC News 24
11 hours
For that reason, we accepted the need for a date cutoff point when we first had the scheme announced. I think there is very little evidence in this particular context that a scheme like Dubs would act as a pull factor. There is evidence that safe and legal routes protect children, and the question we should be asking ourselves is, what intervention is most likely to make children safe? And we have evidence that a route to safety is that intervention, so that's what we should pursue.
BBC News 24
11 hours
Remember Labour used to talk about boom and bust? Now it's no longer boom and bust, it's borrow and bankrupt. Representatives of international children's charities have strongly criticised the decision to wind down the scheme to give sanctuary to lone child refugees. The Government says the arrangement is acting as an incentive for children in warzones to make dangerous sea crossings to Europe. The Home Affairs Committee is investigating the issue. When the Dubs scheme was first announced, it was very clearly about targeting the most vulnerable children, and we thought that was absolutely the right thing to do.
BBC News 24
11 hours
BBC Parliament
12 hours
For that reason, we accepted the need for a date cutoff point when we first had the scheme announced. I think there is very little evidence in this particular context that a scheme like Dubs would act as a pull factor. You spoke earlier on - forgive me, I didn't make detailed enough notes - about what capacity you felt that there was within local authories, because, unfortunately it tends to contradict what we're told when local authorities tell us that they don't have the capacity, that they already have children in care that they need to find homes for.
BBC News 24
12 hours
Security forces can only try to keep up their guard in future. John Pienaar, BBC News, Westminster. We're getting some breaking news from the White House, which has announced it is pushing back the release of the new executive order that Donald Trump promised would be issued this week. This is the executive order to suspend travel by citizens of server and Muslim countries.
BBC Parliament
12 hours
The Home Affairs Committee is investigating the issue. When the Dubs scheme was first announced, it was very clearly about targeting the most vulnerable children, and we thought that was absolutely the right thing to do. It makes very little sense to us that the scheme would be cancelled now, when we know there are still 2500 unaccompanied children in Greece, ten times as many in Italy and many others across Europe.
STV
13 hours
I think there is no joined up thinking to what they are doing here. And I think it takes a better man to say if they have got it wrong, and start again. And I think that is what they should have announced yesterday. A longer than usual gap between valuations has caused problems for businesses throughout Scotland. The Grampian assessor sets the rateable value in the northeast.
STV
13 hours
You've announced that this will be up and running by autumn next year when a lot of people think there may be another independence referendum. That could be a baptism of fire, couldn't it? For an organisation mistrusted by many independence campaigners. I think part of this is us responding to what audiences are saying to us.
STV
13 hours
Last year, STV announced the launch of STV2, the centrepiece of which will be a new STV News Tonight, mixing Scottish, UK and international stories. We know there is an audience demand that people want to see more Scottish content and we absolutely welcome the additional investment that is going into the Scottish creative industries.
BBC One East
13 hours
As well as performers, they have announced literature events, theatre, music and dance. The Khan Company take audiences from Britain to Bangladesh with this cross-cultural performance of Chotto Desh. As well as these ticketed shows, the festival organisers were keen to make the festival accessible to as many people as possible. We see the arts as being for everyone regardless of whether you like theatre or classical music, or whether you can afford to buy a ticket or not.
BBC One West Midlands
13 hours
Polls open at seven o'clock tomorrow morning and close at ten at night. And there's an election special on BBC Radio Stoke from two o'clock on Friday morning with Tim Wedgwood, as the counting finishes and the result announced.
BBC One Wales
13 hours
That is pretty unusual and so the police are focusing on trying to find out what the motive is here because it is not normal that happens. From a small town in South Africa to a small town in the South Wales Valleys. That shock at the murder of Christine and Roger Solik continues to reverberate. The BBC has been accused of insulting Wales after it announced a new television channel and funding for Scotland worth nearly £40 million.
BBC One Scotland
13 hours
The Scottish Government welcomed the announcement today but questioned the budget for the proposed new channel. We estimated it would cost £75 million to deliver, so the £30 million announced, however welcome, may fall short of what is required. So we welcome a new Scottish TV channel but it must not be run on a shoestring. MSPs will be able to quiz Tony Hall tomorrow when he faces a Holyrood committee.
BBC News 24
14 hours
BBC One Scotland
17 hours
The Scottish government announced it would fund a £25,000 scholarship to enable health workers or those affected by MND to research better ways of caring for people with the condition. Almost half of Scottish charities saw reduced turnover last year, and of those who did record growth, most were large organisations. A report from the Scottish Council for Voluntary Organisations also reveals that charities are expecting demand for their services to increase.
BBC One Wales
17 hours
-- thoughts. The BBC has been accused of insulting Wales after it announced a new Television channel and funding for Scotland worth nearly £40 million. It comes a day AFTER it confirmed an £8.
BBC Parliament
17 hours
Yet, when the growth dealers were announced, they did for Devon and Cornwall was particularly for. It would be great to see the growth dealers reflecting the areas where the economic development challenge is greatest, so this entrepreneurial idea, which I support in the full attention of business rates, we start with the of opportunity, because we have that conductivity, we have got the skills and the infrastructure. I am sure he is the lion password crusher the moment.
BBC One Scotland
17 hours
MSP the Scottish Government welcomed the announcement today but questioned the budget for the proposed new channel. We estimated it would cost £75 million to deliver so the £30 million announced, however welcome, may fall short of what is required.
Sky News
17 hours
Teva looked out the other main. Please have found a car that is that they skip from a prison officers last night from half over the hump but to man. It was used to found in found in Liverpool this morning. All three men are still at large. The government says it will provide help for companies hardest hit by the revaluation of business rates.Communities Secretary Sajid Javid told MPs he expects the new support measures to be announced in the budget in two weeks' time.
STV
17 hours
I think there is no joined up thinking to what they are doing here. And I think it takes a better man to say if they have got it wrong, and start again. And I think that is what they should have announced yesterday. A longer than usual gap between valuations has caused problems for businesses throughout Scotland.