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conservative mp5 and they are exercised conservative mps and they are exercised by two. the eu is making very clear that they want a separate agreement with fishing, and if the uk does not agree, then the whole deal could be off, and that is quite a big problem. that is hugely important, because it says they want the fisheries deal and it is a matter of priority. that is the last thing you want if you are going into the negotiation. the optical also says that the water fisheries are pa rt says that the water fisheries are part of a 2—page statement —— article also says that the fisheries are trying to reassure our worries to the uk brexit deal. a lot of the attention in this country has been about theresa may's problem about getting things through parliament, but what we haven't talked about is the fact that europe has to agree to this as well. yes we have a summit this as well. yes we have a summit this weekend, but it's not, i think the foregone conclusion that a lot
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of people would hope that it is. no, because we even have the spanish by mr issuing a statement saying that we have not seen enough reasserts in this deal about what the training agreement would beat with a gibraltar. that's right and he even that threatens to veto brexit. clearly he cannot do that, and the withdrawal deal is that they manage of individual countries be telling, but other countries and member states can pick up a stink, that could be a problem. 0n the other hand, it will probably look quite good for theresa may if on sunday she does the brussels, and there is a handshake and well done theresa is said is that it is said that if she has to fight late into the night, and come back to the house of commons and say i really bought for these extra concessions, while that mightjust be these extra concessions, while that might just be the these extra concessions, while that mightjust be the sort of thing that both plays of the public, and was on
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hermps. both plays of the public, and was on her mps. it's in nobody's interest to make this look easy, and each of the member states, they are wanting to show their electorate, we fought very ha rd to show their electorate, we fought very hard on this stuff we did not give in to britain, and at the same time theresa may is going to want to appear to be fighting for the last moment. it is difficult, because it is immensely complicated. that is convenient for everyone involved. let's leave brexit. a collective sigh of relief. the mail, the daily mail, just two gps but one but 4 million patients. yes but during a very specific time period. this isn't the general... hate to drill down into the details. in the early hours of sunday, there were reports of only two gps on standby who are
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providing out of hours service for one million people in tents, now this is a problem particularly for one patient who is described as quote, actively dying. i've never heard that before. i'm not going to pass on the distinction between someone pass on the distinction between someone who is actively dying and possibly dying. that is obviously and i'd —— that is obviously not an ideal situation. but of course, you could argue if you wanted to, if you wa nted could argue if you wanted to, if you wanted to be contradictory about this, but someone who is actively or passively dying could just go to a&e. they might have a very long wait. similarly that could be the case, but about 200 patients were forced away. we are not i think it says three gps would have been on
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standby usually, so this is not the case. so hold on, there were only two but there should be three? yes. three does that sound like a lot. that is the real story, and essentially maybe this was a particular problem on that day only being too, but the extent of which thatis being too, but the extent of which that is normal on page two inside the daily mail and talks about the numberof the daily mail and talks about the number of people who are waiting for advisers. this is around 1400 square miles you had a hundred dirty people waiting for advice and some 67 people waiting to be seen, as well as to patients. clearly this is not enough. also, three gps and a handful of nurses are not going to be able to cover that i think the broader story here is whether this ca re broader story here is whether this care in the nhs is good enough. let's move to the times. police rahm
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moped gangs, as a new crackdown was launched. it has had a massive impact on reducing robberies in london. that's right. the rate has come down in the last two months, since the police hazard using this technique is that worth saving, just since the police started using this technique. it is worth saying that this footage is quite interesting that you watch the video, and it looks like something out of a video game, but the police, scotland yard has said this is in a rather video game way, and the teams are pursuing moped robbers. i suspect a lot of the public will be quite happy with this without moped robberies have become a real scourge in urban areas, but you have to be concerned about the possibility of serious injury. and personal injury claims
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asa injury. and personal injury claims as a result. in that mike could say police discover viral videos, because it clearly plays well with social media stuff —— and the headline could say police discover viral videos. 12 and headline could say police discover viralvideos.12 and a headline could say police discover viral videos. 12 and a half thousand videos have been occurring this year. there has been a reduction in this tactic is going to play well with the public, and yes they baby conversation claims, but rules have been changed regarding the permission of the police to do this, and so it may be that the public are right or wrong, and they are far more willing to put up with moped riders occasionally, than 12,500 incidents. back to the daily telegraph of russia poses grave threat to somehow surprise should we be by this? but get the could be
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tomorrow's headline. yes russia, a nation state with nuclear weapons and a huge cyber security operation which is been at various points a hugejealous to which is been at various points a huge jealous to western democracy since the beginning of the 20th century, —— a huge problem to do western democracy since the beginning of the 20th century, it seems that as is not. however people say they are inspired by isil have beenin say they are inspired by isil have been in syria and iraq has undergone a great deal of retreat because of the efforts to drive isil out. that's right and if i read this headline and two or three years ago, i would have thought this was surprising. eight or nine years ago when barack 0bama was talking about normalising the relationship with russia, people in salisbury who rememberthe russia, people in salisbury who remember the instance with sergey not that long ago, and more broadly
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not that long ago, and more broadly not in the context of misinformation, and their alleged attempts to get involved in elections around the world, i think a lot of people will look at this and say, yes, the army is there. stay with the daily telegraph. tenure cap vegan, and you could get in trouble if you try to take me out of your cat's diet. i really hate cats, and i'm absolutely fine on this. it is quite interesting, so one and six pet food supplies are now supplying vegetarian or vegan cat food, and what was the described essays poker—faced statement say that the law requires that that they need to include a healthy diet, and a healthy diet includes meat. we all
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know the cliche emma and i regard cats as completely irrelevant. —— we all know the cliche, and i'd regard cats is irrelevant. and cats want to be begin it should be a matter of individual choice. whose idea would you... —— ideology... individual choice. whose idea would you... -- ideology... they denied there were any health issues, they had vets who disagreed with him. all of his years and college right. what they know about animals and nutrition. that's it for the papers for this hour. don't forget you can see the front pages of the papers online on the bbc news website. it's all there for you, 7 days a week at bbc.couk/papers, and if you miss the programme any evening you can watch it later on bbc iplayer. thank you to my guests, joe twyman,
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the director of the polling organisation, deltapoll, and the political correspondent at the times, henry zeffman. and we'll all be back for a longer look at the papers at 11:30. but for the moment, goodbye. hello there, this cold weather from the east would have lasted about a week before the weather changes, and it will change because there is a clea n it will change because there is a clean gesture and that is propagating across the atlantic. that will bring in a milder even julie and turn it much more u nsettled. julie and turn it much more unsettled. the next question is will that unsettled weather continued until the middle of december. we will find out injust until the middle of december. we will find out in just a until the middle of december. we will find out injust a moment. for the moment, we've got the cold easterly is bringing in lots of clouds. we also will bring in more clouds. we also will bring in more clouds on saturday across more southern parts of england to be heavy and thundery once again. showers further north again, and because we haven't easterly breeze it will always be across more sheltered areas particularly near northwest england and west wales. quite a messy step in the morning, and another chilly near seven to 9 degrees. during the evening and
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overnight, you can see a fair bit of clouds, and there will be a limited amount of fraud. we also have a look at about the showers near the southern parts of england. maybe it will be wet in the southeast, but that will be a change in the forecast. temperatures typically around two to 5 degrees early sunday morning the —— it is a bit drier in the southwest. again it will be western areas, and they will seek more sunshine. this am on sunday looks a bit more chillier on saturday. we still have high pressures sitting to the north of the uk, and it's beginning to extend its way across our shores, but essentially we have the same weather pattern for the start of the week without that chilly easterly breeze, it may be more of a breeze on monday. again clotted skies for many parts of the country. showers in the south. —— again cloudy skies. we are
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struggling from six to 8 degrees at the start of the week. as soon as you see the winds dropping, it could turn quite chilly on monday night into tuesday. this is moving day. this is transition day because the high pressure is getting pushed away, and we have weather friends trying to push him from the atlantic. for many eastern parts of the uk, we have a fair bit of cloud, and we start the season weather fronts coming into northern ireland, and to wales, and the southwest. that means outbreaks of rain. winds should be quite light, and temperature should be at sixes or sevens. temperature should be at sixes or sevens. as it moved to wednesday, weather fronts will bring in mild weather fronts will bring in mild weather fronts will bring in mild weather fronts from the southwest, they could bring in some rain, and we they could bring in some rain, and we may get some sunshine in the east to stop the wind will change directions, the temperatures will be higher widely into double figures. as we head towards later parts of the week, we continue to see this a
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section of areas with low pressure coming in from the atlantic, and it looks like they will drive their way to the northwest of the uk, pushing of these brands of rain followed by showers. showers comment on the slightly cooler air, which are called polar marathon, and the rain comes in from milder air, and that's what we call tropical maritime. generally speaking as we head towards the end of the week into the beginning of december it stays very u nsettled. beginning of december it stays very unsettled. there will be some showers and longer spells of rain, and it could quite windy as wealth but strong or gale force winds often blowing milder across our shortstop but that for me, goodbye. —— across oui’ but that for me, goodbye. —— across our shores. technical troublesome night. theresa may said that the uk will not get a
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better deal from the may said that the uk will not get a better dealfrom the eu if mps reject the agreement that she has struck. speaking to a phone in to sell her plan to the nation, she saysin sell her plan to the nation, she says in parliament votes against it, they will only see more division and uncertainty. theresa may was speaking to radio 5 live presenter emma barnett in a brexit edition of ask this. hello. i'm emma barnett. welcome to this special edition of the emma barnett can be capture. —— emma barnett can be capture. —— emma barnett show. theresa may is with me to enter your texts and tweets. welcome to the prime minister. good to be with you. it is black friday today and i wonder if you have heard of any good deals out there? haven't been to any shots on black friday is
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i haven't been buying anything but i have been, of course, in brussels, negotiating. i think it is a very good deal, the right till the uk in terms of our brexit deal. i think it delivers on what people voted for. it brings an end to free movement, brings an end to sending vast annual sums annually to the eu. i think it delivers what people voted for and protect jobs. delivers what people voted for and protectjobs. i think that is what people looking for from the government. we will hear from them ina government. we will hear from them in a moment, but this morning we have had a woman say that she would like to give you a hug. we've had another woman said she would like to give you a shake. it seems that you have divided people with this deal. i think, first of all, i think in a sense i think, first of all, i think in a sense there have been some really passionate arguments people have had about whether or not we should be in the european union. you saw that in the european union. you saw that in the referendum campaign back in 2016. but i think now is the point where the

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