tv The Briefing BBC News November 8, 2018 5:45am-6:02am GMT
and charlie stayt. and the a commitment not to meddle. us. when he becomes king. president trump goes on the offensive. the seat, to put the homepage a journalist he lambasted at a press the articles. conference. —— as you can see. to a record level of women, ethnic minorities and millennials. you are rude, terrible person. you should be working for cnn. —— you shouldn't be of those promoted. working for cnn. a rise in the number of hate crimes against disabled children. conference given by president trump. we meet the communities fighting back. with mr trump over please, do not come back. i don't like you. a question about immigration. on re—election in 2020. request for compensation. late atjuventus. on the midterms.
to bring freedom and democracy you'll ever see. to europe. tackled by the grass. good morning. it is a chilly start of the day. forfuture generations. with a touch of lost. for most it will be drier than yesterday. yesterday. or longer spells of rain in the west. west. later, the wind will strengthen here too. strengthen here too. i will have details in 15 minutes. good morning. it's thursday, november 8. well, lawrence is back, as promised, lawrence gosling. lawrence gosling. let's get stuck in. in. weigh up whether this is good news or bad news forjapan. or bad news forjapan.
potentially sort of good news for japan. japan. the headline, is there a more hardline? relations betweenjapan and the us might ease off a little bit. might ease off a little bit. presidential race, and what that might mean. might mean. taken a hit as well, that is their assessment in the japan times. assessment in the japan times. slew of allegations could actually be pursued.
be pursued. issues that they feel mr trump is weak and? weak and? sort of head—to—head for the next couple of years. couple of years. rallies that he was holding prior to the mid—term is. the mid—term is. dramatic changes in next couple of yea rs. dramatic changes in next couple of years. years. they are sort of enjoying business as usual at the moment. business as usual at the moment. they are. we say constantly on this programme, markets hate uncertainty. programme, markets hate uncertainty. knowing that the president is... his wings are clipped a bit. wings are clipped a bit. a tiny bit, but not in his own mind, certainly. but not in his own mind, certainly. economic reforms, politics aside actually. actually.
at the economic forum that is under way in singapore. way in singapore. lots of people saying interesting things. things. is also a former senior partner at goldman sachs. goldman sachs. this is what your call is a big hitter in markets. call is a big hitter in markets. between china and the us and actually, it is a very good speech. actually, it is a very good speech. of us businesses in particular being given a great opportunity. given a great opportunity. isolate itself from what is an incredibly important economies. incredibly important economies. yeah, and we shall watch this space and cover every twist and turn. and cover every twist and turn.
sachs are the front page of the financial times. financial times. dominate as goldman sachs picks its new number of partners, about time. new number of partners, about time. absolutely about time, and this is, they are an elite, the partnership. they are an elite, the partnership. global workforce for goldman sachs is about 50,000. is about 50,000. generally been quite progressive in the last few years. —— financial markets. markets. supporters of the lgbtq community as well. well.
the sort of lack of diversity within the city. the city. see those who have got these partnerships. yes. mind, body and soul when you get to this level. this level. . they get to a certain point of their career... they won't have a family. they want to have a family. it is just practical stuff. just practical stuff. accommodate the challenges of a family?
family? cnn, the white house reporterjim acosta... being accosted. accosted. trying to get the microphone from him. him. pictures, if we can, so our viewers can see how it went. he ago. he is asking questions. that's enough. pardon me. let me ask one question on the russian investigation. on the russian investigation. you concerned that... concerned that... the russian investigation is a hoax. investigation is a hoax. that's enough, put down the microphone. enough, put down the microphone. he's been told clearly that is enough, put that microphone down. enough, put that microphone down. microphone, she kind of scotstown gives up. gives up. because they said he sort of put his hand on her whatever.
hand on her whatever. obviously denying that, we saw what happened. denying that, we saw what happened. perfectly entitled to ask his questions. —— i mean. question that the president is not particularly like. particularly like. he immediately had quite a funny comment to sort of squash that. comment to sort of squash that. the question is what is it mean for the future? the future?
press conferences a mixture of bemusement and the world, i suspect. bemusement and the world, i suspect. throughout this week you and the bbc. bbc. stories, so this is where the internet comes into its own. internet comes into its own. can follow deliberation, it will be fascinating to watch. fascinating to watch.
look forward to giving that ago in the future. -- could be liberation. whatever you are up to, i hope you have and enjoy enjoyable day ahead. have and enjoy enjoyable day ahead. the buyer. —— have an enjoyable day ahead. goodbye. hello there. into wednesday morning. flooding on some of the roads there. looking better for many of us, with quite a bit of sunshine around. up from the south—west to affect mainly central portions of the uk. a chilly start.
a touch of frost. but these are towns and city values to begin this morning. you'll notice the yellow colours further south—west. through the morning. moving into scotland and northern ireland. plenty of sunshine to start the day across the south—east. into wales, and then into northern england into the afternoon. or 15 degrees in the south. set to bring us a spell of gales and heavy rain. areas through friday. to your bbc local radio for the latest updates on this. is going to start fine.
breezy, yes, but there'll also be some sunshine around. towards the afternoon. over hills, we could be looking at 60 to maybe 70 mph. 14 or 15 degrees. the near continent. will always be across the south and the east. 00:12:45,192 --> 2147483051:43:07,312 good 2147483051:43:07,312 --> 4294966103:13:29,430 morning.