but has a frustration he shared the attempted murder of a hello, this is breakfast, with charlie stayt and naga munchetty. charlie stayt and naga with us recently. former russian spy and his he recorded this video to munchetty. daughter. explain. the government will hold a second emergency meeting today. at the same time on different channels suspected attempted murder of a former russian spy and his daughter. deployed to help the investigation. former russian spy and his daughter. every night? —— the good government will morning, hold. it‘s deployed to assist in the investigation. time on bbc saturday two. 10th good morning. march. it is saturday, march ten. also this morning... on newsnight given at the end of the news. newsnight has testimonies from the it can women at the centre. take place. before it can take the education secretary promises to cut teachers‘ workloads. but they‘re both bbc. place. with newsnight every thursday, as the education secretary promises to cut teachers‘ well. workloads. in sport, a first medal for britain and her guide brett wilde in the at the winter paralympics. downhill skiing. on the later and her guide brett wild in programming? the downhill skiing. bbc two offers an alternative to the news at six. it‘s absolutely fantastic.
the later scheduling is a pain to with the season we have had, it has been quite a frustrating season. everyone, really. been quite a frustrating season. slope where i crashed into the haven't been getting the results we wanted. finish line. wanted. coming back from concussion was really tough. away from them. louise has the weather. it‘s very frustrating. medallists, is amazing. good morning. some good news for this saturday. news for this saturday. mild or all of us. with us this there will be some rain around. week. and louise has the weather... good morning. around. some good news for this saturday. more details on exactly where, coming up shortly. good morning. mild for all of us, but there will be some rain around. first, our main story. more details on exactly where coming telephone or video. up shortly. first, our main you can leave a message on our phone line... into the poisoning of a former russian spy. or send us an story. e—mail... you can also post your views on twitter... to a nerve agent. deployed to the city, as andy moore reports. we‘ve made over the past year. that‘s all from us. again next week. with traces of nerve goodbye. 00:01:48,010 --> 429496610:20:58,152 hello, 429496610:20:58,152 --> 858993220:40:08,294 this 858993220:40:08,294 --> 1288489830:59:18,436 is 1288489830:59:18,436 --> 1717986441:18:28,578 breakfast, 1717986441:18:28,578 --> 2147483051:37:38,721 with 2147483051:37:38,721 --> 2576979661:56:48,863 naga 2576979661:56:48,863 --> 3006476272:15:59,006 munchetty 3006476272:15:59,006 --> 3435972882:35:09,148 and 3435972882:35:09,148 --> 3865469492:54:19,291 charlie 3865469492:54:19,291 --> 4294966103:13:29,434 stayt. agent. it had been parked outside salisbury hospital. it ready for transportation. this cemetery is another focus of the investigation.
for his son. alexander's birthday was last week. yulia had flown in from russia to visit her father. before falling ill? her father to medical treatment, but they are both seriously ill. is said to be making good progress. understandable anxiety, but no sign of widespread fear. who often come into the centre. we want it to be safe here. authorities they are handling it.
in salisbury. i assume everybody has it under control. exactly what has been happening. dealing with this attack. meeting. on the progress of their investigation. but very little information is being shared with the public. much in the making," which he said would be "very good for the world. concrete steps to end its nuclear programme. our china correspondent robin brant is in seoul. good morning. firstly in seoul itself?
is hugely optimistic about the prospect of this meeting. prospect of this meeting. and categorise it as a milestone on the road to realising peace. the road to realising peace. before we know where it will be or when it will be. when it will be. peace agreement between south korea and north korea. and north korea. so that explains his attitude. his attitude. the confusing message which came out of the white house overnight. of the white house overnight.
jong—un and it will go ahead without any further preconditions. any further preconditions. what really need we to get into over the next few weeks is the logistics. the next few weeks is the logistics. where it will happen, when it will happen. also, what will be on the table? what does the us want to see? what is north korea likely to offer? robin, thank you. overcrowding, according to a hospital boss. hospital boss. consultant at northampton general hospital. hospital. dangerous overcrowding in the department. department. hospital said the long way to treatment was unacceptable. treatment was unacceptable. —— weight for treatment. —— wait.
which left 17 dead. to purchase firearms, is unconstitutional. chris buckler has more. by restricting access to guns. counselling, we need to make sure people that are going to do harm... think about it, we know... these people are talking. high school in parkland. in search of safety. with an assault rifle he had bought when he was just 18.
to demand new countrywide restrictions on gun sales. they want change. out today by the education secretary. secretary. teachers can focus on what really matters. matters. increased spending on supply teachers. this is passmore‘s academy in essex. like so many schools, it‘s struggling to recruit teachers. teachers to cover permanent vacancies. staff who get to know
the students. or the students. build up when you have a relationship. it is an erosion of standards. over the past three years. their budget on supply teachers. schools are spending £835 million per year on supply agencies. existing teachers leaving. for me it was a multitude of factors. consuming. i would work 65 or 70 hour weeks. planning, marking, assessments. the actual teaching part probably took up the least amount of time.
i think she will be very relieved that it is done. a couple of sore days. days. more on the weather, and might will be here later with the weather. will be here later with the weather. it is 7—11 a. —— mike will be here later with the weather. iiam. kim jong—un will definitely go ahead. of his presidency — but could it pay off? relations at king‘s college london. thank you forjoining us this morning. morning. are you surprised at how we have got to this point? have got to this point? surprised at how quickly this has come about. come about. about the highest level ever summit to in north korea and the us. to in north korea and the us. am surprised by how quickly these
events have moved. events have moved. when it takes place, what will it look like? look like? president has ever met with a north korean leader. korean leader. is what south korea is strongly suggesting. suggesting. this would come after the into korean summit. —— inter—korean. —— inter— korean. —— inter—korean. inter—korean. so we could test the waters at that summit. waters at that summit. doors, but they haven't met officially in the past few years. officially in the past few years. diplomatic meetings normally do not have. have. take responsibility for this, or take credit for this meeting? take credit for this meeting? sanctions on north korea, they have had an effect. had an effect.
credit should go to south korean president moonjae—in. president moonjae—in. platform of inter—korean reconciliation and engagement. reconciliation and engagement. believes that north korea should be speaking to the us. speaking to the us. happen, very openly over the past few weeks. it also secretly, last year. year. the president of south korea in this particular case. particular case. world in his latest tweet on the matter. matter. consequences of a successful meeting? meeting? i think the us is going to ask for denuclearisation. ask for denuclearisation. important aspect is what north korea will ask for. will ask for. relations between the us and north korea itself. korea itself. i think it will ask economic support. economic support. will last forever security guarantee. guarantee. treaty, because obviously the korean war hasn‘t technically finished yet. war hasn‘t technically finished yet.
security guarantee to the north korean regime. korean regime. demands we are likely to see coming from north korea. from north korea. administration and its work with iran when it came to nuclear issues. iran when it came to nuclear issues. is that a fair comparison? weapons and iran wanted to develop them. ——. but there were differences. differences. is targeting position is stronger than iran. than iran. process is being driven by two bilaterals. bilaterals. north korea and south korea, and north korea and the us. korea, and north korea and the us.
multilateral senior with many countries. countries. we will see these two leaders meeting face—to—face. leaders meeting face—to—face. of failure if something goes wrong during this meeting. during this meeting. something the world will be watching. thank you for speaking to us. you are watching breakfast from bbc news. of a former russian spy and his daughter in salisbury. in the making, after agreeing to meet kim jong—un. prints its last issue.
always seemed to be for the cool kids. yes, i used to bet all the time. morning, louise. -- by it all the time. good morning, everybody. tucking in behind the wet weather. england where it has been pretty cold in the last few days. cold in the last few days. wet weather will go with it, u nfortu nately. wet weather will go with it, unfortunately. unfortunately. clearing the far north, another showery behind it. showery behind it. in the cloud and sunshine, temperatures are likely to respond. temperatures are likely to respond. the rain fairly persistent across northern england, and scotland. northern england, and scotland. east anglia, and that could allow those temperatures to climb. those temperatures to climb.
likely to be wet snow to the high ground in scotland. ground in scotland. concerned about that as the mild air starts to kick in. starts to kick in. double digits were northern ireland, despite the rain. despite the rain. getting a little bit more showery into the afternoon. into the afternoon. coming through, temperatures will be around 13 to 15 degrees. around 13 to 15 degrees. bad, especially in comparison to this time last week. this time last week. continue to push its way steadily north, behind it clearer skies. north, behind it clearer skies. forming, especially across central and eastern areas. and eastern areas. mother‘s day, for those who may have forgotten. forgotten. a foggy start first thing for some. for some.
perhaps the rain lingering into the northern isles. northern isles. but look at this, double digits. nine to 12 degrees. that is because of the clear skies in scotland. in scotland. potential to seeing the aurora again tonight. tonight. lucky few, get out with the camera orjust go out and enjoy it. roads safer for cyclists. wheels, to find out how safe they feel. do you feel safe when you are on the bike? depends
on where i am. if i am riding near where i live, in sale, then yes. in the city centre? no. and equally culpable, yes. for a living. respectful. some cyclists cycle a bit inconsiderately themselves. inconsiderately themselves. even taxi drivers are very impatient with cyclists. with cyclists. i think is a cyclist you feel quite vulnerable. you feel quite vulnerable.
education thing and getting people to see both sides of things. cyclists about the issues between motorists and cyclists on the roads. by dangerous cycling. and killed by a cyclist, and roger geffen from cycling uk. what do you make of these latest proposals? proposals? first—hand the impact of careless cyclist. cyclist. of course, with the tragic accident that your wife endure it. accident that your wife endure it. good morning, thank you for having me on. me on. yesterday, or proposed reforms, at the heart of it for me was the... the heart of it for me was the...
cycling, and causing serious injury by the same. by the same. law which matt is talking about, just to expand on a little bit. just to expand on a little bit. motoring offences, we have no disagreement on that point. disagreement on that point. the question is how is it done? question is how is it done? cases with anything like the gravity that the offences require. that the offences require. what is the gap? the gap? well, the gap is that there is no... is no...
sorry, dangerous and careless driving, but not for cycling. driving, but not for cycling. dangerous cycling and copy and paste them... them... which cause distress to the victims of motoring offences. of motoring offences. road users have been calling for a much wider overhaul. much wider overhaul. them into line with that, that would work so much better. work so much better. much wider review, because we have long been overdue for it. long been overdue for it. you want to pick up on some of these issues for us. issues for us. your heart, and obviously roger knows this story inside out. knows this story inside out. there is a commonsense element —— matt.
matt. should be a framework from which everyone works. everyone works. but we effectively have nothing to charge the defendant with. charge the defendant with. then, in a sort of well ordered society. and the only thing... act, the manslaughter issue was quite unique. quite unique. i think roger does talk to a wider issue on our roads. talk to a wider issue on our roads. urge people to do it with a bit more civility. civility. we have to look out for each other.
each other. which will be used far more often, is on the statute books. is on the statute books. how long will this take, roger? will this take, roger? government's attention that finding time for this is difficult. time for this is difficult. ago as 2014, and then they went cold on the issue. on the issue. that need to be made while we're at it. it. safety review will look at other things, as well as the laws. things, as well as the laws. harder time seeing cyclists and pedestrians than buses? pedestrians than buses?
of road traffic law for all road users. users. we are not in the business of defending irresponsible cycling. defending irresponsible cycling. walking as well cycling as a result of this review. of this review. given what happened to your wife, the legislation is hugely important. the legislation is hugely important. given what happened to your family, what do you see when you look... what do you see when you look... way you think about the relationship between cyclists and motorists? between cyclists and motorists? well, it does seem to be... which i think is something that we do need to address. and i get the point. point.
an antisocial manner, but that is because they are very visible. because they are very visible. they are driving, but it is less visible. visible. treat each other with a degree of civility. civility. a clear legal framework for when things go wrong. things go wrong. fantastic honour but with that comes a concomitant increase in risk. a concomitant increase in risk. anything else and effective legal remedy. remedy. thank you for your time this morning, i really appreciate that. morning, i really appreciate that. and roger, thank you forjoining us as well. thank you for your comments. comments. use bells to warn they are overtaking you.
overtaking you. cyclists should have to take some form of test. form of test. or may not do in terms of legislation. is thrown away, and along with it a vital source of blood stem cells. in donations since 2014. steph has been finding out more. not something you have given much thought. thought. actress and my mate kelly surely did. did. so why did you decide to donate cord blood? cord blood?
harvest it for stem cells for use with blood cancer. with blood cancer. somebody, which was really, really amazing. amazing. here's a little legend, louis, and perl is. louis, and perl is. collectors like zoe, who is on hand to help mothers donate. to help mothers donate. is where you collect the cord, isn‘t it? it? it is a bit much to show on telly, but explain what happens. telly, but explain what happens. bring the placenta repair and carry out a collection. out a collection. needle into the cord and drain as much blood from the placenta. much blood from the placenta. the blood that we do collect from it can be used to transplant. can be used to transplant. don't collect these placentas, they just get chucked away? just get chucked away? it does, it only gets thrown in the bin. only gets thrown in the bin.
that is the blood we take from the placenta. placenta. said it had literallyjust come from the woman‘s body. placenta. it has. so what happens now? and once that is done we determine if it is good enough or translate. if it is good enough or translate. of course, it is a decision every family has to make for themselves. family has to make for themselves. before her caesarean to ask why she is going to donate. is going to donate. i didn‘t see any posters and wasn‘t told about it. told about it. like, oh, that is amazing, how have you done that? you done that? don‘t do it in newcastle or sunderland. it is a no-brainer for me. me. it is something i keep saying as well, it has become a catchphrase. well, it has become a catchphrase. it is a no—brainer. it is a no-brainer. yes, totally.
but having dedicated collectors on call 24/7 is costly. call 24/7 is costly. that often struggled to find a stem cell match. cell match. eyes, he had already done something good in the world. good in the world. now, that is worth reading about. stay with us. headlines coming up. stayt. good morning.
here‘s a summary of today‘s main stories from bbc news. into the poisoning of a former russian spy. to a nerve agent. deployed to the city. have been cordoned off. says would be very good for the world. world. tweeted that they‘d deal with north korea. korea. leader has met with a us resident before. —— president.
to a hospital boss. consultant at northampton general hospital. as "due entirely to dangerous overcrowding in the department. treatment was "unacceptable. last month which left 17 people dead. and arming of school staff, is unconstitutional. being set out to david why the education secretary. and retaining staff. and disruption involved in hiring
temps. in england‘s schools. and has already been replaced by human resources. cooks. but he‘s out already. the burgers quickly enough. he is not living up to his name. is a brutal world, the world of erg are flipping. —— burger. -- burger. the burgers, but is he couldn‘t handle the cheese. i think that's right. right. you will never finds a robot replacing sports presenters. replacing sports presenters. didn‘t notice any difference in the way you said that. way you said that. do you know why a robot couldn't do it? robot couldn't do it?
sport is all about excitement and emotion. about excitement and emotion. would never get excited about pyeongchang. pyeongchang. about herjourney and all the emotion. emotion. if she would be able to make the paralympics. if she would be able to make the pa ralympics. if she would be able to make the paralympics. paralympics. uk's first medal at a winter olympics, —— at the winter olympics. because they still have four events to compete in. to our reporter kate gray. hi, kate. a great start for 19—year—old millie and a boost for the whole team. where she has come from to get the medal? absolutely. it has been a really tough journey. really tough journey. concussion, after crushing across the line. the line. won a silver medal in the downhill, the speed event, the toughest event. the speed event, the toughest event.
first medal for great britain in the first medal event of this games. first medal event of this games. they were over the moon. this is what they said earlier. what they said earlier. it is absolutely fantastic. absolutely fantastic. concussion on the slope, when i crashed into the finish line. crashed into the finish line. paralympic silver—medallist, it is amazing. were you nervous at the start? start? was that going through your mind at all? mind at all? nervous, but i guess that means i care about it. care about it. the moment we started, all the nerves went. started, all the nerves went. mountain, but there were some incidents with other athletes? incidents with other athletes? yes, it was quite challenging to rain. it was quite challenging to rain. there was no proper point where you could rest. the conditions were hard. hard. we had a game plan and we stuck to it. stuck to it. we are glad that we are back in the next. back in the next. disappointment that it was not a gold medal? definitely not. season we had, it has been quite a frustrating season. frustrating season. we haven't been getting the results we wanted.
getting the results we wanted. for me, coming back from concussion was difficult. was difficult. this is the highest result we have had all season. result we have had all season. so for it to come at the paralympic games is wonderful. clearly very happy. happy. super g tomorrow, another tough event. event. teammates kelly gallagher and millie —— mena fitzpatrick. —— mena fitzpatrick. norway in the wheelchair curling today. it is a highly contested event. event. they took the lead early on and they are now going into the final end. are now going into the final end. team gb currently leads 4—2. very tight. we will keep you updated. great start on the first day of the paralympic games. paralympic games. what is it, six to ten medals that they want? plenty of time for those.
lost three wind, up high on the mountain in pyeongchang. —— blustery wind. now in the last few hours, victory for england‘s cricketers. wickets in christchurch to win the one—day series, 3—2. chris woakes bowled brilliantly, taking 3—32. of just 3 wickets. the six nations championship could be decided today. if results go their way, ireland will take the title. the championship to the final weekend. doesn‘t catch us.
this game is all about experience. after beating england. scotland are not actually out of the running yet. they are third on the table. of permutations. to win this game. they are going well. they are a very good side. so it will be a huge test for us, one which we have to meet head—on. so, today, as we speak, three teams could win the championship? absolutely. ireland, they are still in the running. running.
will know the island score by the time they kick off in paris. time they kick off in paris. might have to score four tries and pick up a bonus point. pick up a bonus point. says he will not be rolling the dice. i‘m not a gambler. i‘m not a speculator. france. that‘s the only thing we can control. we play really well, we get a bonus point. we don‘t play well, we get beaten. we play above average, we win the game. but the fight for second place is warming up nicely. facing liverpool at old trafford. with united‘s defence tying liverpool‘s attack in knots. it is not a battle of systems or philosophies. it is two very good football teams facing each other. are involved in defending. i have no problem with that.
in the old firm derby tomorrow. win at easter road. hibs are nowjust a point behind third—placed aberdeen. round at indian wells was one of the tougher losses of her career. ranked 54th in the world. at wimbledon last summer. poor round at the valspar championship in florida. on five over par. meanwhile tiger woods is two shots off the pace after a round of 68. canada‘s corey conners leads on six under par.
commonwealth games begin in australia. australia. sending out their teams to the gold coast. are you going? yes. i know. very lucky. will be doing the sports bulletins from the beach? from the beach? you the sport bulletins from the beach of the gold coast. beach of the gold coast. presenting a bulletin from the beach? linen, apparently. lots of linen. pastelshades, ithink. anyway, look. of the athletes and the medal hopes from some of the home nations. from some of the home nations. —— all of the home nations. who‘s only 11. your first year at secondary school is a big step in life. and at the same time, rewrite the history books.
music. now, these pictures haven‘t been sped up. this is how good anna is. australia. it‘s really good, it‘s exciting. i am a bit nervous. seeing new countries, and making new friends. in history to do so. no shame, john! it is breathtaking how fast years, it is remarkable. we're very lucky as a school to have her here. i think she's going to do her school proud and do wales proud as well.
that is crazy. sorry. you play again. just think about it. just for the experience. i‘m going there to try to win. what would it mean to get a medal? it would mean a lot. there‘s no pressure, you just have to play your best. it is going to be big. i saw some videos of last time. so many people! what a talent, at 11 years of age. brilliant.
and she is beating all the under 18s across wales. the under 18s across wales. now she is taking on the world. here is louise with a look at this morning‘s weather. will have a little bit more warmth today. a little bit. about the beast from the east, and we had dark blue across the country? we had dark blue across the country? means the milder air pushing in from the south. the south. rugby orfootball this morning, it will be pretty soggy underfoot. will be pretty soggy underfoot. wet cat times as well. cat times as well. weather fronts which a crossing tied into this area of low pressure. into this area of low pressure. speak, another one pushing into the south—west. south—west. showery rain heading in your direction. direction.
sleet and snow, but milder air is starting to dig in behind it. starting to dig in behind it. but it will be a wet afternoon for much of scotland. much of scotland. northern ireland, and here is the next band of rain, albeit showery. next band of rain, albeit showery. decent breaks and sunshine coming through, temperatures will respond. through, temperatures will respond. be the warmest day of the year so far. far. a little ray of sunshine for you this saturday. you this saturday. push its way steadily north and linger in the northern isles. linger in the northern isles.
especially in sheltered eastern areas. areas. mother‘s day morning. fog will lift and conditions will improve. improve. them will be heavy and possibly thundery. thundery. temperatures widely into double digits for all. digits for all. things could certainly be a lot worse this weekend. —— 20 february. we will be back with the headlines at 8am. but first, it is time for newswatch, with samira ahmed. hello and welcome to newswatch, with me, samira ahmed. did bbc news report it proportionately and fairly? celebrities, or a welcome dose of glamour? bruce. poisoning in salisbury.
has been living in britain for nearly eight years. and a young woman were found unconscious on a bench. on uk soil. and that prompted one twitter user to complain that... evidence of russian involvement wasn‘t the only thing lacking. actual news developments were slow to emerge. .. meanwhile, mike barnes had a different point to
director of communications, a fact not made clear on air. and, after this week‘s pmqs adrian david also thought... do let us know what you think of those tweets appearing on screen. added value, orjust a distraction? without tweets running along the side. of the programme. sunday night saw the big night of the year
for the film industry. orthe drama. for others, as we‘ll see, the appeal is not so great. of the night‘s winners. yes, morning everyone from hollywood. reads for itself. from hollyoaks to hollywood. rachel shenton, chris overton, from britain! show us your oscars. yes. and they‘ve already got your names, already engraved on them. david baker also felt the bbc‘s news values were wrong on monday morning. and rosemary smith