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and blue brexit, and new the white and blue brexit, and now the open brexit. what that mean? i was kertes a god only knows. i think ruth davidson is terrific. she had a fantastic, fantastic election. she andjeremy fantastic, fantastic election. she and jeremy corbyn were the winners out of this. and she stood out well in the referendum debate. yes, she did, and she was a manner. i think when she is talk about the hard brexit, here, there are perhaps two things. firstly, she doesn't want us to walk away from the eu. either one that neither does theresa may. the second point is she isjust sort of saying i am here, and i want to be involved, and i think she should be involved, and i think she should be involved, because she is a success, and is one of the tory's raiders access at the moment. —— tories'. —— greatest assets. the dup, which, as we know, is going to in to some sort of relationship with theresa may... they talk about it on tuesday. but i
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agree with you, they're no deal is no deal, because they want at the very manner in some no deal, because they want at the very manner in some agreement over the border. sojust walking away from the eu is not acceptable to the dup. they are very sensible party. are your lam going i am going to go on the demonstrations, being 21. the demonstrations, being 21. the demonstrations against their recognition —— position on abortion. that won't come into play with this confidence and supply arrangement. but when you make them your fundamental allies, there are people who are upset, including ruth davidson. you can have a protest but, so what? in present-day britain, our youth vote...”
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but, so what? in present-day britain, our youth vote... i have never britain, our youth vote... i have never protested in my life. you must come to a demonstration with me. never protested in my life. you must come to a demonstration with mel would like to be there when you make your placards. i have been on 45 protest in my life and stop good god. jeremy corbyn saying he could be prime minister in months. either the conservatives need to fall apart or he can try this hand as a minority government. how likely is it? anything is possible and likely now. that is the great thing. just like in france we thought nothing was possible and what i love now is that the possibility of possibility has been opened up. so, who is? if
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theresa may fails... is she fails they will be an election within the conservative party and then the question is whether the government will come down? probably not. he did quite well in the campaign, nobody disputes that. but is still well short of the 326 he needs. if you ta ke short of the 326 he needs. if you take that current configuration with a shocking results for the snp, he would have a long way to catch up, if he really wanted the prime ministership. there is a narrative doing the rounds that you would be mad to want to take on the brexit negotiations given that the members who want to stay are not going to make it easy. let them have a go at
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it... it is interesting because he has not come out... and i was angry with jeremy corbyn has not come out... and i was angry withjeremy corbyn because it did not, properly on a position on brexit, remain or otherwise. nor did theresa may. they both played quite quietly. i think he would have a problem with negotiations because he would have to take a tough position. but he does have had good people on his team, such as starmer, a professional man who knows about the law and deals. but i think we are in such a different political landscape, this man was written off even two weeks ago and we're not talking that any more about him. but he isa talking that any more about him. but he is a politician and politicians like power. the guardian. donald
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trump delaying his state visit over protest fears. downing street said it still going ahead but mr trump wa nts it still going ahead but mr trump wants us to like him. he does not wa nt wants us to like him. he does not want people protesting so we must not go on protest. would you? of course i will be. i have special protest shoes that i where! —— that i wear. why shouldn't he have a state visit? here's the elected head of one of our biggest allies. yes. but the majority of the people in this country do not want this to happen. we live in a democracy where the will of the people matters and i think it will come from quite visit that if he wants to sit in a golden carriage! you remember the chinese
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visit when prince charles acted up over it? you want to know why we we re over it? you want to know why we were entertaining these people. it's not as if we have always welcomed everybody here. i know there is a petition not wanting him to come. but then there was a petition that said he should come. i signed that once. put your fingers away, please. but he is the head of state. why should he not come? there are things happening in america at the moment... in america they are not moving on. there are many things happening. many americans are against their own president. you know what? at the end of the election americans always come together as a people. they have not been able to do that. he may not wa nt to been able to do that. he may not want to come. he may not want to
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come as he sees protests. finally a different story in france. while things are a little tricky here emmanuel macron seems to have gotten everything stitched up. the first round of the parliamentary elections, heading towards a land lies for a party, or elections, heading towards a land lies fora party, ora elections, heading towards a land lies for a party, or a movement, that was only set up one year ago. quite an extraordinary political journey. it is. he has caught the mood of the country and it says something about the established parties, be it the socialists or the party of sarkozy. they must have just lost all credibility. the socialists in particular of expected to do quite badly so that is a summing up of the views of the french people. marine le pen will be
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a marginalgroup in french people. marine le pen will be a marginal group in parliament as well. i think it is connected in many ways and i am not suggesting that ukip are the same as the national front. the people really thought that ukip would get a number of seeds because millions voted for them. —— a number of seats. we thought we were drifting rightwards and now there are all sorts of surprises happening. i'm not an expert on emmanuel macron or french politics but it is amazing what has happened and then there is another election coming up, perhaps more crucial to us, the german election. the turnouts at this today was very low so the idea that his movement
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has re—energised politics may be hollow. it seems... ithink has re—energised politics may be hollow. it seems... i think some people think the business is done now that the president has been elected. even to get so many candidates in place in quite a short time isa candidates in place in quite a short time is a feat. an indication of how he will approach brexit, he does not wa nt to he will approach brexit, he does not want to give any quarter to britain. well, do they want to sell us wine, or don't they? i would like some wine. but, also, there is another site. we need them as much as they need us and that has been a problem with the brexit argument. need us and that has been a problem with the brexit argumentlj need us and that has been a problem with the brexit argument. i know you are going to accuse me of repeating myself, there will be a mutually beneficial agreement, i am convinced about that. it is in the interests of everybody. these are our friends. they don't look at it like that, the
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way we spoke about them during the campaign. the debates we had were shocking. they were terrible. but bygones are bygones. now, they are not. placards again? could you bring your? i have 45. iwill choose not. placards again? could you bring your? i have 45. i will choose the best one. i reuse them. they recycle them. they are such good things to go to. you must come with me. she does not look convinced. ladies, lovely to see you both to thank you. look at that shot. we love that shot. we have similar to showers to the
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north and west of the uk and showers are continuing across parts of scotla nd are continuing across parts of scotland and northern ireland as well during the night. close to this area of low pressure which pulls away but as it goes wind will strengthen ferrer and its works across parts of northern england, northern ireland and into central and southern scotland we can see winds gusting 30, a0 mph. much lighter to the north of scotland and with our wind rattling through we will see more showers coming full of only a few showers from northern ireland and england, you mayjust about get wet but many of us will stay dry and the showers are lighter than they were today. very few
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showers as we have further south. guardian places and we assess that breeze will make it feel cooler if you stand around. the brief was to during the day and showers depart. showers in parts of western scotland in north—west england in particular. most will see sunny spells. best in the south and east where temperatures may reached when a one celsius. we finished the day with light wind to take this into monday night. misty fog patches here and there and a little fresher in the countryside to take this into tuesday morning. a drop in temperature stopped further west as the cloud spills in. northern ireland and western scotland and some parts of western england and wales could see rain. these weather fronts the ground till tuesday but high pressure is building in from the south and that. the rising of the south and that. the rising of the airand the south and that. the rising of the air and stops the weather fronts becoming potent and the rain will
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become lighter during the day. a few heavy bursts in scotland. cloud through the day with hazy sunshine. 20 celsius. more sunshine towards the south coast of england and wales. by wednesday we have southerly winds. they were touched our force southerly winds. they were touched ourforce and rain southerly winds. they were touched our force and rain will come here. hazy sunshine in the west lose go further west and wednesday will see the peak of the temperature of the week. 22 celsius across eastern parts of scotland, 2627 in the south—east corner. without warmth comes high pollen levels. model great news from those suffering a fever. —— not great news for those suffering from hay fever. welcome to newsday. i am babita sharma in london. the headlines: britain's prime minister theresa may appoints her new cabinet and insists its business as usual. what i am feeling is that, actually,
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there is a job to be done — and i think what the public want is to ensure that the government is getting on with the job. exit polls after the first round of parliamentary elections in france suggest president macron's new party is on course for a landslide majority. lam rico i am rico hizon in singapore. also in the programme: rodrigo duterte denies asking the us to help fight islamist militants, as troops struggle to recapture the city of marawi.
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