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you're watching beyond one hundred days. anybody, did not did not consult anybody, did not involve anybody, they did not take theresa may and jeremy corbyn hold talks on brexit — could a labour—conservative deal any news in the house, they seem really work to get britain ahead and produce legislation, that out of this deadlock? the two parties have henry viii would have been proud of, until monday to reach a compromise — even if the leaders agree, they then have to sell we are not in a position where we the deal to their respective have meaningful bolts. we should parties. have meaningful bolts. we should have had meaningful vote in december. it has been delayed and if they cannot pass something next delayed. he defeated three times. i week, they will have to commit to wa nt delayed. he defeated three times. i want the government to understand that the house does not support the deal that she has agreed. she has to the reelections in may. some conservatives are furious, the come up deal that she has agreed. she has to come up even deal that she has agreed. she has to come up even at this late stage brexit minister was one of two something that is acceptable to the ministers to resign from government house which does move in the direction that i have said the today. this is the scene live in the labour party wants to reach an agreement with the eu. the dangers house of commons, where mps are just of crashing with no deal at a very now going out to vote on a bill that would force the government to serious, very serious indeed. request a long of crashing with no deal at a very serious, very serious indeedi of crashing with no deal at a very serious, very serious indeed. i must quickly ask about this video? the video of the shooting range and the picture of yourself. what was your
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reaction? i am shocked. i am shocked that this sort of thing has happened. i hope the defects will conduct an inquiry into this what was going on. i have to say that the house of commons today heard from rosie cooper and pete who has been under a death threat for some time, she has been very brave and has carried on with her life as best as she could and she has been supported by the local police. and finally, the person who has the entire has convicted. the speaker made it known that a strong statement that we cannot have violent intimidation in oui’ cannot have violent intimidation in our society. we cannot give way to the rights of the races from the far right, we have to stand for decency and society, not for violence on the streets are indeed anywhere else. he made a very strong statement on that. i urge people to reflect very carefully on that. yes, people have disagreements guess they have
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divisions, conduct those divisions and disagreements in a respectful way. do not deceive him into something ugly and violent. thank you very much. labour leaderjeremy corbyn data. our chief correspondent isn't that such a lobby at the houses of parliament. we had a reaction to the shooting range issue at the end. but going back to that main body at the interview. obviously about brexit. i was struck by the labour leader saying nobody talked about redlines, there is an awful lot of talking to do. we are literally days away from a default no—deal brexit. he did not sound like he felt an enormous sense of urgency. a sign that much more negative than his bite last night going into all of this how they want to be constructive about this all. he did not sound optimistic about the idea being done. we had a read out from that meeting from downing
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street to get their side of that. they said that the talks were constructive, that both sides are a joint flexibility, and a commitment to bring the current brexit uncertainty to a close. they have agreed a programme of work. we understand that this is negotiating teams on both sides. they are going to me again later on tonight and record the date tomorrow to try to make out some details. that is but it is all about come at the detail. you can both sit back and say that we need to get this sorted, this is not a good place to be, let's do this ina not a good place to be, let's do this in a unified way for the national debt, but actually getting down to the details of where you are going to compromise and i am going to compromise is much trickier. this is, some of them say a huge trap. they felt that what theresa may is doing is trying to get labour involved, and try to blame them for a tory brexit. that is how some labour mps to see it. they do not wa nt labour mps to see it. they do not wantjeremy labour mps to see it. they do not want jeremy corbyn to labour mps to see it. they do not wantjeremy corbyn to have anything to do with that. that the issue that
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is going to be a problem for labour is going to be a problem for labour is the issue of another referenda. jeremy corbyn has always found it enthusiastic about the idea. it was agreed as part of their policy at the last conference that they had, and it has always been in the mix is one of the options of the table. what he be seen to theresa may we have to have another referenda? if he does not, that will cause trouble with many of his own mps, that also includes emily thornberry. she is not able to go tonight, she says that if that is not one of the things thatjeremy corbyn is not going to be pushing with the prime minister, there has to be a boat to change the policy. —— a vote. die issue for both parties here when it comes to brexit if i theresa may —— that are issues for both parties here when it comes to brexit, and
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one person says that the atmosphere is toxic. the language going between the two sides describing each other cannot be repeated on the tv stuff bite meanwhile, an extraordinary afternoon on the floor at the house as well. this is another day by backbench mps had taken control of what has been going on. the government dictating the date debate today, it is a group that says that they are trying to bring in a bell that would force the prime minister to delay brexit. legally force her to delay brexit. legally force her to do it. earlier, as they discuss whether the bill should be looked at oi’ whether the bill should be looked at or discuss today, they had to have a vote on whether that should happen if this is what happened at the end. order! order! i to
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if this is what happened at the end. order! order! ito the right if this is what happened at the end. order! order! i to the right 310 the noes to the left 310. —— i snapped at the right 310. i snapped at the right 310 that mills on the fence about that important decision should not be taken except bya decision should not be taken except by a majority, i cast my vote with the noes. so the noes had eight. the noes had aids. —— had it. —— had it. that is being voted against, it has
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been voted down. that will not happen. but in the next few minutes, we will get a vote to force the prime minister to do a delay to brexit and that results are come at 715. meanwhile, let's take a look at the weather. it has been a really chilly day. we have had some disruptive smell in the north. the evening and overnight, we will see went to showers, but actually for parts of wales in the southwest and commitments, there will be some snow at that had at the road. they may be some fog around on the first think on thursday morning. wintry for most of us. went to bc the morning both at the wave but the rain, sleet, snow, we will see it break up of
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snow. my sunny spells coming through. there will be lively downpours as we have seen today but hailand downpours as we have seen today but hail and thunder, temperature is starting to recover a little bit that the day tomorrow and a little bit on friday. no great leaps. temperatures are average for this time of year. bye for now.
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