Sky News
42 minutes
So I would also want an immigration system which explicitly referenced Europeans as new immigrants. Some American Muslims are already terrified by the current climate. We still get arson in mosques, people leave bacon on door handles, we get Muslim women harassed in the street and shouted at and called terrorists. I do not think the outward form of bigotry has changed.
BBC Parliament
12 hours
The question of schools funding and the system we have is important. I think the current system is unfair, not transparent and is out of date and that has been the general view for some time now. The problem is it cannot support the aspiration of all our children to get a great education and we do indeed want to see children being able to get the education they deserve that ensures they can go as far as their talent and hard work take them.
BBC News 24
15 hours
And more and more voices within this current coalition led by Benjamin Netanyahu are talking about annexation, something that is against the interest of Israel, now what we represented something that is completely possibility to change the situation, the strategic situation of Israel in the region.
Sky News
16 hours
Talking about the move to the right on the conservatives and whether the current Labour Party and the springs in this set and Lib Dem for going to feature either these, but the Frenchman is there something to go for him a big enough for the Lib Dem but perhaps a new centre Friday? Nationally, I don't think that as much for them.
BBC One Wales
17 hours
This is part of our local heritage. There's a lot of nostalgia in people's memories about the pier, but at the end of the day, you know, at the moment, it's not an asset for the town in its current state so let's take it down, let's have a look at whether there can be a creative solution found to give it a future where it can be put back together again and if that can't happen, then perhaps it may be the end of a life for the pier.
BBC One Wales
17 hours
And it is in the running at the moment to get a new contract to deliver this scheme in future by the Bush government. It is fully owned and funded by the Welsh government, but it has had budget cuts in recent years. It has had gone from a staff of 1200 down to a staff of 600 and it is now looking for a further 60 voluntary redundancies and Unison say that frankly be current funding arrangement is a mess.
BBC One Wales
17 hours
B show goes on in Torfaen. The schools watchdog says sixth forms here are likely to at least maintain current standards. It warning to, more assessment is needed on the effects on those from low income backgrounds. The curtain isn't down yet. The proposal now with the Welsh government for final approval on. The trade union Unison is branding the Welsh government's approach to the funding of its jobs advice service as "a mess" and wants an urgent meeting to discuss plans to cut 10% of the workforce at Careers Wales.
ITV
17 hours
She had to take on a new identity. We do not know where she lives now. She had to take on a new identity. The current Justice Secretary Liz Truss will now decide if Noye should get his wish and move to an open jail. Simon, how close is Kenneth Noye to being freed? When Kenneth Noye was jailed in 2000 he was told his life sentence would mean he was told his life sentence would mean at least he was told his life sentence would mean at least 16 years he was told his life sentence would mean at least 16 years in prison.
BBC Parliament
a day
I'm conscious that my definition goes wider than that, but that was, if you like, a starting point as a definition. But I would like to think it has maybe been brought a bit more up to date, really, for current circumstances, perhaps. In that case I would like to congratulate my honourable friend for his innovative drafting.
BBC Parliament
a day
As with the Amendment than two years. As with the Amendment concerning an existing entitlement, I don't think people really had in mind to criminalise former really had in mind to criminalise former or current members of our armed forces with this offence. Again, actually risked their lives serving our country just because they may be tried to embellish their record in some way, said this amendment would remove that possibility but those who have served for two years or more in the armed Forces.
BBC One Wales
a day
The council says it will look at both those issues but insists this is its only realistic option to maintain the current provision in the longer term.
BBC One Wales
a day
The school inspection body Estyn says Torfaen Council's plans are likely to at least maintain the current educational standards in its area but warns that more work should be done to look at the impact of these plans on low income students and also those who might have to travel further and spend longer commuting to the new college.
BBC News 24
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The bank - 72% of which is owned by the government - reported a loss of £7 billion pounds for 2015, more than treble the amount for the year before. It's the ninth consecutive year that the bank has made a loss - and is one of the worst annual results for RBS since the government bailed out the banking group in 2008. Chief executive Ross McEwan said the figures were "disappointing" but should not come as a surprise given the problems that the bank's current management had inherited. A girl is in hospital with life-threatening injuries after a a ceiling collapsed at a school in Milton Keynes Dons it's possible that the collapse was caused by storm Doris.
BBC News 24
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The story covering every single back page today is of course the sacking of Claudio Ranieri as Leicester City manager. It comes with the current Premier League Champions sitting 17th in the table, just one point above the drop zone. But after their miraculous season last year, the club now see survival as its primary target, despite still being in the European Champions League.
BBC News 24
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BBC News 24
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BBC News 24
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But there is reason to hope that we will see a better day. What is it about the current climate that most concerns you? Our legislature, which is the first branch of government, is right now not functioning.
BBC News 24
2 days
A passionate advocate of women's rights, she spent her early career with the American Civil Liberties Union. Here to comment is liberal justice Ruth Bader Ginsberg. In latter years she has become a cultural phenomenon. Her character is portrayed in Saturday Night Live. Justice Ginsberg blasted Trump as a figure who has to go. She shocked the establishment last year by breaking convention that justices do not comment on current events by making clear opposition to the then candidate, Trump, later apologising for those remarks.
BBC Parliament
2 days
The root cause of the problem here is the operation of the detention camp at Guantanamo. The Government previously supported President Obama's aspiration to see it closed and the reduction in numbers there. The current president, when he was campaigning, said he was going to load it up with some "bad dudes".
BBC One London
2 days
APPLAUSE Nobody literally nobody except possibly Angela Rayner looks at Jeremy Corbyn and thinks he will be Prime Minister. I think the current Labour leadership is diluted, it is discredited, and doomed. Frankly it is doing a great disservice to those of us who want to see a robust opposition to the Tory government.
BBC Two England
2 days
The Women's March, I've never seen such a demonstration, both in numbers and the rapport of the people in that crowd, there was no violence, it was orderly. So yes, we're not experiencing the best of times. But there is reason to hope that we will see a better day. What is it about the current climate that most concerns you? Our legislature, which is the first branch of government, is right now not functioning.
BBC Two England
2 days
Her character is portrayed in Saturday Night Live. Justice Ginsberg blasted Trump as a figure who has a go. She shocked the establishment last year by breaking convention that justices do not comment on current events by making clear opposition to the then candidate, Trump, later apologising for those remarks. I just want to say... I will get some relief from death.
ITV
2 days
I think it is a clear message that football does not stand still. No matter what you did in previous seasons and games, it doesn't matter moving forwards. Leicester, given the current form, have taken action on that.
BBC One Scotland
2 days