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at times, quite windy fill ll “fits, qc” eff. ‘-:" hq; ‘-:" ll'i rain at times, quite windy with the risk of gales, possibly severe gales developing around the coast. a little bit cooler with temperatures getting back close to normal. and that's your weather. hello. sorry to keep you waiting for the people review. we will be taking a look at the front pages in just a moment, but first, the headlines: exit polls suggest chancellor angela merkel has been re—elected for a fourth term. translation: we now have a mandate
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to assume responsibility, and we are going to do that calmly, and hold talks with our partners. the far—right alternative for germany party has made big gains, with 13%. jeremy corbyn has resisted calls to pledge to keep britain in the civil market after brexit. american football stars kneel during the anthem, in defiance of donald trump. hello and welcome to our look ahead to what the papers will bring us tomorrow. thank you for staying
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away, gentlemen. tomorrow's front pages, the metro says theresa may is driven to keep tensions at bay in her own party over brexit negotiations. the i says david davis is ready to mount his bid to become prime minister if theresa may is forced from office. the daily telegraph reports on an intense battle in cabinet, with boris johnson claiming boris —— the position on pressure. the guardian calls the result in germany the worse for angela merkel‘s part of the decade. the daily express says there is a plot by france and germany to sabotage brexit and keep britain tied to brussels. the daily mail as receptionists in gp surgeries are being trained to cut down the number of appointments.
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that's start with germany, because we won't know the exact make—up of the breakdown of seats in the german elections until sometime in the night. but the guardian says angela merkel‘s fourth term when is marred by the rise of the far right. she has equalled the record of previous parties in winning bidders, but, of course, she says it is a big challenge, having the afd taking their share. she will have been in power for their share. she will have been in powerfor i6 their share. she will have been in powerfor 16 years at their share. she will have been in power for 16 years at the end of this term. it is a dreadful results tonight. the story is the afd jumped from 5% of the polls to 13.5%. i think they get about 70 seats, now. this is the german population, the public voting on her decision to allow nearly i public voting on her decision to allow nearlyi million migrants to come into the country. under
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committed migrants, mainly muslim, mainly from the middle east. —— an document it. others have said that she should ignore the afd, but it would be that easy if they have dozens would be that easy if they have d oze ns of would be that easy if they have dozens of seats. it won't. and it does not appear from the noises before the election and even in the hours since that she will be able to resume this grand coalition with the spd. but if she did, then the afd would become the official opposition. they are going to make lots of noise anyway. i suppose, in reality, they only have 30%, so some perspective is needed, but it was not a good night fought german mainstream politics, actually, because both angela merkel has gone down, and the spd is down on their
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20%. -- in down, and the spd is down on their 20%. —— in reality, they only have 13%. 20%. —— in reality, they only have 1396. i want to move you on eventually, because i know that you wa nt to eventually, because i know that you want to get to meghan markle. we are to meghan markle watchers. but when they say that they want to hide the government down, nobody needs to be reminded of what they mean by that they wish. —— hunt the government down. david davis says he plans to become the prime minister, but has oui’ become the prime minister, but has our supporters not to conflict with downing street. i'm not impressed by the story, because it says that he's ready to mount a pity she is forced from office. we knew that, really. and secondly, as you rightly pointed out, at the end of this, there are four bullet points, and it says that he is telling his supporters not to clash with downing street. so he's not going to do it, and we're back to where we were, which is that the
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prime minister position is weak and unstable. there is lots of talk that she will not last long and so on. but when will this happen? calen happened? then she will get on with the contenders putting their names forward. david davis would be an obvious one do that. and the conservative party would decide when it would be an expedient time for them to change. it is strange when you have the capping of labour party conference going on. at the tory said to be going on their brakes right now. the daily telegraph, speaking about: boris, single minded on brexit. this as allies of philip hammond suggesting that he does not understand the intricacies of leaving the eu. but surely must understand some of them. we do not know who is bidding for boris johnson philip hammond. who are these people? we do not know. but
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clearly, as i said, backstabbing is being done. i think the row is over when the process, the final process of brexit will be complete. we see this year of 2022, and the world cup is on in that year, so girls ages away. when it is going to happen? ibb truth of it is that there have beena ibb truth of it is that there have been a couple of big stories today. -- i think been a couple of big stories today. —— i think that the truth of it. —— so —— i think that the truth of it. —— so it feels like it is ages away. course, as we lead into the tory conference, and theresa may give her speech in florence on friday, but this story is suggesting that it might ultimately and up taking it longer. attention will continue to a degree, but i think that we need to see what happens next week, rather than the little bit of trying to
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falloon stories from today and build oi'i falloon stories from today and build on them. and it is how you officially respond to that. we have not had an official response yet. that's look at the guardian. this is what the deadly leader of... surrey cou nty what the deadly leader of... surrey county shadow chancellor if it is seen his speech tomorrow. but nothing is on the front pages about whatjeremy corbyn decided today, the fact that it is we are not their disdain single market, they would not be good for britain, and they are not even going to debate brexit. i suppose all that will be in sight, andl i suppose all that will be in sight, and i think part of that is the german elections. the guardian here is trying to take on, whether, that is trying to take on, whether, that is the news aspect is that? —— isn't
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it. this is an interesting story because we talk about the gap between the haves and the have—nots and the divided society and so on, and the divided society and so on, and this is appealing to people and not do well, who are taking terrible credit card loans, or be exploited through interest rates, and it suggests that people you pay more on repayments suggests that people you pay more on re payments than suggests that people you pay more on repayments than eight took on the original loan. i think this is quite a strong... it is a strong story. he's talking to aden audience no doubt. —— and audience. i think it
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is3 doubt. —— and audience. i think it is 3 million people that are suffering at the moment. and we talk about payday loans, as well, those loa n about payday loans, as well, those loan sharks, but... well, this is building on it. of course, people who are paying these can least afford to make these repayments. go back to the daily telegraph, and players kneeling in protest against rump. and at wembley today people did this. they are protesting against racism and the divisions in america. and drop is unhappy about that. i think donald trump mines being the centre of controversy. he likes to take them on. he made a
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speech in his own crowd, where he said these sportsmen, they are being unpatriotic. i think you speaking over and above the media, using twitter again, to call at these people. but i think he ultimately loses, because what has happened is that this protest, which has been going on since before he was president, it is not a new thing, but of course, all of a sudden, the whole world is aware of it, precisely because he is launched into this. this is a classic donald trump thing, this out of the blue attack. it is that this debate going oi'i attack. it is that this debate going on in match from the way that perhaps it was before. so the people who want the protest raise the rays get a raise because of his action. nikki kaye is. —— who want the
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protest raised get it raised because of his actions. -- i don't think he ca res. of his actions. -- i don't think he cares. a of his actions. -- i don't think he ca res. a lot of his actions. -- i don't think he cares. a lot of gp receptionists have the reputation, marton, are being ferocious gatekeepers when you ring up and want an appointment. what is different here? not a lot. it is suggesting that what they will be doing is to screen callers to see if you need an appointment or not, in essence to stop ill making what are deemed to be a necessary appointments, and direct them elsewhere. as you say, quite often, when you ring up, they said as rude appointment, anyway. but the last timel appointment, anyway. but the last time i ran out, that would be weeks ahead, and they said terminus usman, because he been cancelled. it doesn't always happen, but it is about trying to restrict and reduce the burden on gps. people feel embarrassed to have these questions, don't they? they do, but i don't
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think it is in the receptionists' map world. sometimes you get them in theirgrumpy or map world. sometimes you get them in their grumpy or harass and they do wa nt to their grumpy or harass and they do want to about your poor old... yes. a weather works or not, it is this real? are they really trying to reduce the number of women is that they give out? yes, they are called ca re they give out? yes, they are called care navigators, apparently. what a wonderful phrase. who thought about? who knows, but it is certainly a... you have two minutes. we do need to finish early, because these men want to speak about meghan markle. she looks lovely. and i am sure they are happy. but she has been at an event, the invictus games, prince harry's gig in toronto, and she is there. first of all, it is a great event.
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prince harry has done to me as work in organising the invictus games for injured personnel and so on and so forth. so that in itself is great. his girlfriend has made herfirst appearance. not quite an official appearance, in the sense that she is sitting... she was 16 places and four rows away. she was almost within. .. four rows away. she was almost within... can we show you the picture? 0n within... can we show you the picture? on page three of the daily express. she was always within 20 feet of him. that is how far apart they are. that was it. it is a peculiar thing, isn't it? they are there, but not bad together, quite, yet. i am not sure why she is sitting there, but i am not sure ways being portrayed as the first public engagement symbol of their relationship go to the next dave driver good look to them. —— by good luck to them. it is very exciting. i
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think prince harry is turning into a critical by. and you don't normally say that other members of the monarchy. here's a guy, if you like, that you could have a drink down at the pub. he spoke inexpensively. he said this invictus games from scratch. he has spoken about, emotionally, his mental health pressures and battles. citing he's a good eight. good eight. good luck to him. and he is resisting pressure to propose to her from him. and he is resisting pressure to propose to herfrom certain people. and he is trained to keep away from too much in the spotlight as best he can. that is probably why she is sitting 16 rose bay. they are literally inching their way towards each other. might be ten feet next time. maybe it will, maybe it well. look whatjohn has done with his papers. he has turned them into scrolls on the desk. pc? i am not sure you can. trust me. where? just here. there. martin lipton says about like a conveyor belt, and

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