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fit? it ‘ur zits‘it: ‘u15 >515ait ski“ “if 515 v5 1 “bit 515.55 3ili:51l1 55.15 551555 it'iaiit 13 presented a starting point that is ready a significant compromise. so where does that go, how fathers that go? going back to president trump and free trade deals around the world, if you align yourselves with the eu when it comes to goods, technically you can still have free trade deals around the world. that is true. but is it going to be brexit in name only and free trade deals in name only? are they going to be meaningful deal or will it be, yeah, we have secured this and not much has really changed. it does feel like the opportunities of brexit are facing more and more obstacles. passage, ithink brexit are facing more and more obstacles. passage, i think the realities of brexit must have struck home with him after lunch. he showed an appreciation of the complexity of the thing. he said this is difficult. he avoided the trap. at one stage the daily mail asked him if you are doing the negotiations, mr president, wouldn't it be easier to walk away? and he says she cannot walk away. she has to stay and get a deal. he did very big favour there.
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he did not go down the hard brexit road. the very hard brexit. that his fans might have wanted. that takes us fans might have wanted. that takes us very nicely to the daily telegraph. advice from donald trump that theresa may ignored. what was the advice? it is not especially clear. it is not. it is not especially clear because they don't especially clear because they don't especially know, i don't think. he teased. he said i gave her advice and she ignored it. that seems to have peaked in the sun on the estate, this morning, whenever we. when he was asked that advice, he teased. she said i got advice from lots of people. he alluded to it but he never spelt out what it was. the telegraph says they have been speaking to steve ballan... telegraph says they have been speaking to steve ballan. .. former chief strategist. he said the advice was to obtain momentum because if it
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drags on too long a deal would not be done. that would fill many people with horror. filibustering. all steve bannon has done is referred the telegraph to be book of donald trump. let us remember that steve bannon has fallen from grace within the trumpet in a straight on. they had a huge falling out. he is thought to be the main source between michael wolff's book which allegedly reveals all sorts of terrible things about the president. anything he says should be taken with a anything he says should be taken witha grain anything he says should be taken with a grain of salt. it is not clear what the advice was. it is donald trump, if it is a deal, it is money. it would be don't pay the money, if they don't give you what you want. he is also reputed not to like negotiations that go on too long. so does? with brexit you can be assured it will. we can assume
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that the words tough and brutal as the telegraph like here were used at one point or another. it seems to be the way that donald trump is about his negotiations. he managed not to tell us. he managed to keep himself in check and not boast. he boasted about several other things. this commenting, though, on british domestic policy, that got barack obama into trouble when he came before the referendum and he was trying to support david cameron's case will stop a lot of people thought ura foreign president, coming in here, telling people what to do, it did not go down well with obama —— you are eight. to do, it did not go down well with obama -- you are eight. it did not. it gave the league side a bit of a boost. a big it is a fair comparison. there are some major differences. is that obama intervened during a live referendum when people were deciding how to vote. it felt a lot more like the us
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president was tried to tell a country, a different country, how to vote. also, when it comes to this topic in particular, trade, the us has an obvious position. the us wa nts to has an obvious position. the us wants to be able to do a competent to free trade deal with the uk. they have skin in the game. but the president to come over and say please make this as easy as possible is not really dictating what the uk must do, it is saying this is what the us would benefit from. it is a fair comparison. but i think donald trump's intervention, while perhaps krass are not done in the best way, is perhaps more legitimate. krass are not done in the best way, is perhaps more legitimatem krass are not done in the best way, is perhaps more legitimate. it may play out in theresa may's favour. the sam webber barack obama may have laid out for the league side. —— the same way that. do you want to be with donald trump or with me and my reasonable point of view? theresa may could use this in her own favour. he has not left the country yet. he could still do damage to her orto her
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yet. he could still do damage to her or to her cause. we have to wait and see. what seems to change is that we are almost on a piece of elastic where we are at the top of the queue with a trade deal with america, or at the bottom... depending on the present‘s mood or the day. at the bottom... depending on the present's mood or the day. a stock of api. some people were not particularly keen on the president coming —— let us talk about the i. there is the scene in trafalgar square. 100,000 protesters take to the streets in london, manchester, glasgow, belfast. lots of people outside this building. it may coming work colourful, lizzie, and a bit of additional work required. and what you could see standing next to the protesters, it was good—natured until you started to read the banners. i didn't. i was in until you started to read the banners. ididn't. iwas in check is seeing the real deal. you saw the other real deal. i caught a bit of it in westminster. i saw the trumpet blimp. —— trump blimp. i was
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underwhelmed. allegedly it cost £18,000. that is an expensive balloon. it is. and it was not really that big. i was inspecting coupling grandiose. it was amusing. let's be honest. i think the feeling was that it was a peaceful protest. the right to process in a free society is absolutely crucial. i don't think anybody can blame those who wanted to have their voices are coming out into the street. i do think the presidency is a much bigger than the leader at the time. disable the role of the prime minister. donald trump, whether four, or eight years, will be gone in the end. -- the same as the role. and the special relationship, which may or may not exist, it is convenient at times hotter weather is in power. economically,
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militarily, intelligent sharing, politically it is like a piece of elastic. running hot and depending oi'i elastic. running hot and depending on who the players, who sits in the hot seat. people have a right to protest against and, of course they do. they are protesting donald trump. he is quite an incredible guy when you see him operating, pulling the strings of the media at the way he has in the last four hours. we tend to forget is that he did not drop out of the clear blue sky —— 24 hours. he has been a character, a player of the american media for three or four decadence. he knows exactly what he's doing, who he is playing, and how to do it. at the co nfe re nce playing, and how to do it. at the conference today, down one eyed with the britishjournalist, down the other with the americans. et stuff and flattered us, called a tom newton dunn from the sun is mickey
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teased us. with the american journals, it was like a bar room brawl. the guy from cnn... i think it is shocking to the british press. it is the same behaviour with the may today. one minute boring, the other charming. the daily mail takes exception with the protest. it co m pa res exception with the protest. it compares the pomp of the meeting with the queen and the president at windsor. they had a cup of tea, compared with the pygmy, which is how they are describing the leader of the labour party, jeremy corbyn, and what they describe as a ragtag band of left—wingers and others will stop there were quite a lot of others, tens of thousands. stop there were quite a lot of others, tens of thousandslj stop there were quite a lot of others, tens of thousands. i don't think the protest was party political in terms of labour versus conservative. i think that is a very big stretch. i can understand frustrations with certain levels of hypocrisy. the thing aboutjeremy corbyn, we can discuss whether or not we think the leader of the 0pposition should be in the protest
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in history, does he want to look more like theresa may today or more like a protest? that is an interesting conversation to have. but people likejeremy corbyn have actually been very principle in the past going on these kinds of marchers. when has jeremy corbyn not been ona marchers. when has jeremy corbyn not been on a protest? given that this man, potentially, wants to be prime minister, is it appropriate that he protest against the arrival of a head of state of another country? for the man he wants to —— the way he was to go about becoming prime minister, yes. jeremy corbyn's politics is another kind of polytan —— populism. the same way that donald trump got to the top of the democratic process in america. jeremy corbyn is trying to connect with the anger and frustration people have with the system that donald trump represents. big business interests. it is blood to describe everybody in that crowd as
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a bunch of lefties. —— blunt. describe everybody in that crowd as a bunch of lefties. -- blunt. it is blood. i don't think the protest shames britain. it is absolutely right ina shames britain. it is absolutely right in a free society. i personally get a bit frustrated with the hypocrisy of many people who don't turn out to actually protest dictators and those who commit crimes against their own citizens. donald trump, lots of things to criticise, but i don't think it at that level. finally, the daily mirror. how dare you? you insult our country, attack our nhs, embarrass oui’ country, attack our nhs, embarrass our queen, kept waiting, didn't he, undermine our special relationship, humiliate our prime minister, and then smugly pose in winston churchill's armchair. we know he is a huge fan of winston churchill. it lately but that rack 0bama famously removed as president. is fantastic. —— barack obama. of course the
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office of the president makes you look big. the football, the secret service, the ring of steel. seeing him today, he had a particular swagger about him. and this was before the state visit.|j swagger about him. and this was before the state visit. i thought we will see him again in 2020. he will i’ui'i will see him again in 2020. he will run again. he is loving every single minute. he is loving it. that feels such a long way away. speaking of elastic. this paper review has been very elastic. thank you so much. that's it for the papers tonight. don't forget you can see the front pages of the papers online on the bbc news website. it's all there for you, seven days a week at bbc.co.uk/papers. and if you miss the programme any evening you can watch it later on bbc iplayer. thank you to both my guests, torcuil crichton from the daily record and kate andrews from the institute of economic affairs, and goodbye.
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coming up next it is the weather forecast. hello. type your latest live weather update. looking at what the weekend has in store for us —— time for. i wa nt to has in store for us —— time for. i want to show you the big picture and some weather fronts to show you. these will slowly bring some cloud and outbreaks of rain to parts of scotla nd and outbreaks of rain to parts of scotland and northern ireland as the week and goes on. england and wales stay mainly dry. even into scotland and northern ireland there will be some particular on saturday with the sunny spells, warm to hot weather across much of the uk. sunday is looking a little bit hotter as well. we have at some quite intense showers and thunderstorms around some areas today. hit and miss. slowly fading out. the rest of the night is looking mainly dry. long chris bell to come. patchy mist and fog.10— chris bell to come. patchy mist and fog. 10— 15 for most of us. —— long
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clear spells. remember those weather fronts 0 shoji? here is the first coming into the far north west of scotla nd coming into the far north west of scotland tomorrow, pushing rain into northern scotland with the strengthening wind mainly reaching the far west of northern ireland later today. and if that sunny spells particularly in england and wales. maybe an isolated shower in eastern england. is will stay dry will stop you can see where the warmth is particularly into england and wales and even the east of northern ireland and scotland where you have some warm sunshine. i 20s, in the hot spots, high teens in northern scotland we have the cloud and outbreaks of rain —— high 20s. as for wimbledon this weekend, we know this evening had some rain. a small chance of showers tomorrow. hot on sunday for the men's final, around 30 celsius. this is our part two what the weekend is looking. more cloud across scotland and northern ireland. more vesty outbreaks of rain. some, particular
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into southee scotland, may stay dry. england and wales, the odd shower in the west, plenty of sunshine to come. temperatures a little bit higher. 30 or maybejust above in the hotspots on sunday. that may be the hotspots on sunday. that may be the last of that we see for some time. want to watch in the far south—east on monday. that is ahead of the weather front that will move its way south as we go through next week. taking a bit more cloud. a chance of picking up more showers. know when next week looks particularly cold or wet. something a bit more difficult for the british summer “— a bit more difficult for the british summer —— nowhere. there is the forecast for where you are or where you are doubling this weekend. that is available on the website. good night. this is bbc news.
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i'm ben bland. our top stories: huge crowds have rallied in london and there have been protests across the country as president trump continues his visit to the uk. he was earlier welcomed by the queen at windsor castle despite it not being a full state visit. president trump denied criticising theresa may over her brexit plans after saying in an interview her approach would probably kill any trade deal with the us. president trump is in scotland at his turnberry golf resort, the last stop on his trip to the uk. in england, a small bottle containing the nerve agent novichok has been found in the home of one of the recent victims. back home, we speak to the british volunteer divers who helped save 12 boys and their football coach trapped

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