BBC Two England
13 minutes
I merely asked about EU citizens. But you seem not to want to do anything at the moment. I clarified this. I'm totally ready to respect the current situation and respect the citizens. I only wanted to ask if we are not creating any additional aggression. Save this pleased to Johnson, when you see him next time. I will talk to my friends to reduce the pressure. We're ready to negotiate.
BBC Parliament
37 minutes
I should also be clear I am the current chairman of the all-party parliamentary group on Kashmir. Can I thank all those groups who have campaigned so steadfastly on this issue for so many years, particularly the Kashmir self-determination movement, working tirelessly to keep up the profile of the issue of Kashmir with MPs.
ITV
39 minutes
BBC Parliament
an hour
As a result we have defined a new home. The current proposal is that Stadium will be used for them for a season, which will increase our national stadium by 60%. It is an important issue for my constituents which becomes the car park for Wembley Stadium on such event days. Worse still, Chelsea football club are intending to come to Wembley for three years hereafter.
Sky News
2 hours
It comes as British tourists have been arriving home from the country, as it is in a state of emergency. Planes arrived at Manchester and London Gatwick overnight, with 3,500 holiday-makers to be flown home by tomorrow. The crisis in the Gambia started when the current president refused to step down following an election defeat in December. He's now defied a midnight deadline to give up power, despite military threats from Gambia's West African neighbours.
BBC Parliament
2 hours
Indeed, I have the delight of appealing for the first time in my current responsibilities before the European scrutiny committee yesterday in order to give evidence to them on one aspect of that subject. I think that he makes incorrect assumptions about the role of the Leader of the House in relation to individual select committee reports.
Sky News
2 hours
Coming up next, how can we solve the housing shortage. This is All Out Politics, news, debate and opinion from the heart of Westminster. Time now for our daily debate. The demand for housing is continuing to outstrip supply and there are familiar calls for housebuilding to increase across England. A report from the National Audit Office says the government's target of increasing the supply of homes by one million by 2020 would not require a substantial increase in current levels of housebuilding.
Sky News
4 hours
The current president refusing to step down. The deadline has passed, so Senegalese military is working on the border. They have threatened military action if he did not step down. They are poised to go. We have just heard this from the incoming president.
ITV
6 hours
You also want to minimise it. You don't want to give people the idea that it is OK to go ahead and do it. I do think with his current president that we see, they will have their hands full. There is concern about the protesters. That is about them showing up to protest against Trump. Clashes between the protesters. They are talking about and 99 different protest groups that have filed to be there.
ITV
6 hours
As a Secret Service agent, what are the specific issues surrounding Donald Trump's inauguration? One of two things happening here, in general it is a nightmare to begin with, to do the inauguration, because you are worried about everything. The person you are protecting, the President of the United States, walking in this open space. They are not secure, surrounded by hundreds of thousands of people, millions in certain situations. You have to worry about what is above, below and behind you. Bring on the element of this current president that is coming into office, Donald Trump, there is a lot of volatility surrounding him.
Sky News
6 hours
There does, as you say, appeared to be this deadlock. The current president is refusing to go despite efforts from friendly nations who have come to see him. They were not able to get into go. It was expected that maybe he would be persuaded to leave.
BBC News 24
8 hours
I mean, in this office where we speak, you've already got your logos organised, Navalny 2018, but I put it to you that if you lose this court case in Kirov based on accusations of embezzlement and fraud, you will be barred from running and whatever you tell me about your determination... It actually does nothing in the current country.
BBC News 24
9 hours
There is extra information about the current speed on it, and it also is telling me there is a red light that will turn green in about 30 seconds up ahead. Three, two, one. Here we go.
BBC News 24
10 hours
Establishing and enquiry in this way would acquire broad international support which we assess does not exist in the current international environment. The Minister rather sidestepped the question of action in the UN by saying that the government's opinion was that there was not a sufficient consensus at the present time to take forward action.
BBC News 24
10 hours
It is very difficult to get accurate information for what is happening in the current states or in order to get to the truth beyond false reports, will he call for access for independent observers and journalists to visit displacement camps in this state? or by the human rights Council.
Sky News
12 hours
Why are you leaving? Because everyone else has been told. The current president of the West African country, Yahya Jammeh has declared a state of emergency. He is refusing to hand over power to his successor, Adama Barrow, who is due to be sworn in tomorrow. Thousands of Gambians have already fled over the border to Senegal. The threat of military intervention from neighbouring states looms large.
Sky News
13 hours
It's now much clearer what Theresa May thinks Brexit means. But what about the people she'll be negotiating with? The Prime Minister of Malta - the current European Council President - said today that any deal Britain gets, must be inferior to membership of the EU.
BBC Parliament
14 hours
Establishing and enquiry in this way would acquire broad international support which we assess does not exist in the current international environment. The Minister rather sidestepped the question of action in the UN by saying that the government's opinion was that there was not a sufficient consensus at the present time to take forward action.
BBC Parliament
14 hours
It is very difficult to get accurate information for what is happening in the current states or in order to get to the truth beyond false reports, will he call for access for independent observers and journalists to visit displacement camps in this state? The asked about UK support for an international commission, I assume a UN type commission, and I just say that a UN-led commission and enquiry can be established in one of three ways, either by the UN Secretary-General, by the UN Security Council or by the human rights Council.
Sky News
14 hours
That is so far removed from where the current government here is. But you can see from his perspective that they will do all it takes to defend the ethos of the European Union. They will not say we are going to make it really great for the United Kingdom, to get out and declare it is all brilliant, because they feel passionately about this institution.
BBC One West Midlands
14 hours
The current crop of players we were an armband as they take on Norwich at the weekend. A book of condolence has opened here. Tonight, I spoke to John Richards, who paid this tribute. She had everything. She was tireless, she was talented, she was very loyal to people.
BBC One Oxford
14 hours
Now politicians and animal welfare groups want the current maximum six month sentence extended up to five years. Mike Butcher's been trying to catch those using dogs to fight for the last 40 years.
BBC One London
14 hours
She used her influence and celebrity to give women's cricket a higher public profile. I have got messages coming in from members of the current England women's team, the opportunities they have now as professional sportswomen don't come by chance.
BBC One Channel Islands
14 hours
She used her influence and celebrity to give women's cricket a higher public profile. I have got messages coming in from members of the current England women's team, the opportunities they have now as professional sportswomen don't come by chance. They come through years of devoted, tireless work from people like Rachael. In later life, she became vice-President of Wolverhampton Wanderers, pouring her energy into the football club's work in the communities around her home town.