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this is bbc news i'm clive myrie. and strong. not that the headlines at 11pm. e‘fiir "llfuf wit il-‘usit il-‘u: with just three days to go before impressive and strong. not that this isa impressive and strong. not that this is a pga tour event, this is the the the uk's set departure date for leaving the eu, kind of golf course that suits him the prime minister has been in paris for talks with president macron in well. good night player, guys like seeking another extension to the brexit process. that who have been knocking on the door here as well. yes, we had a mrs may also spoke to angela merkel in berlin. the gerrman chancellor says a delay to brexit great opportunity, myself, and many until the end of the year, others. it is great. it is great to is a possibility. the israeli election is too close to call be thinking that way, and when i with both candidates come to these events, people talking saying they've won. about me as a potential winner, you married couples will be able to divorce faster, have to play well at the end of the and with less conflict, after changes to the law day. none of that matters if you do in england and wales. not provide, but once you do, i it will be better for all to see that fault is no longer something think the more experience i am getting, it is only going to help. that is key in the divorce process. the fact that the rankings which and at 11:30 we'll be taking this beat is a cool story for us from that point of view. i have not an in—depth look at the papers with our reviewers dawn foster paid that much attention. you have from the guardian and politcal commentator, giles kenningham. to come in and prepare hard and build a new body of work. the way i
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see it, i think barbie is that they fit the way he has been playing, and so fit the way he has been playing, and so many guys. i do not see that ranking per se. i have a great opportunity to win for sure, but i am very confident to be in that position, but it is certainly not extra pressure. that's all from sportsday. coming up in a moment, the papers. hello and welcome to our look ahead to what the the papers will be bringing us tomorrow. with me are dawn foster, the guardian columnist and giles kenningham,
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the political commentator. many of tomorrow's front pages are already in. as the telegraph attests leading with an image of the prime minister being greeted by emmanuel macron in paris ahead of a meeting in which they're believed to have discussed a nine month brexit extension. before that she was in berlin with angela merkel. the guardian goes with a similar image, as it reports the prime minister's request for a short delay is torn up amid growing support among the eu27 for a longer extension. ‘macron and on and on' is on the front of the metro with reference to the french president's preference for a longer hold—up to the uk's departure from the eu. the i also leads on a possible postponement, with the additional line that a third of conservative mps defied the government whip on a commons
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vote to extend article 50. city am reports on ‘the bitter end' for high—street department store debenhams which has entered into administration. and the daily mail features an image of the duchess of sussex who the paper says is planning to have a home birth. far be it if i had to decide how she wa nts to far be it if i had to decide how she wants to have her child. let's go to, the telegraph. teresa may in an embrace with the french president. may's date sealed with a case long ' delay. there is a knife sticking out that we cannot see. at the moment, theresa may is and europe. she is trying desperately to get any kind of sense of what could happen next. she is asking for a short extension. just so she can try and get her down through yet again the parliaments.
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maybe it so that britain can avoid going through the european elections. brussels has said weeks ago and they have said again now. that they do not see that feasible. they do not think she can get through, and they do not want to have these constant summits over and over again to talk about an extension. there are two options of the moment on the table. either, while three, either we crush out that no deal, or a nine month extension to the 31st of december, oi’ extension to the 31st of december, ora extension to the 31st of december, or a one—year extension. teresa mabel have to decide what those things are. one of the reasons they wa nt things are. one of the reasons they want a longer extension is that there that if we leave when theresa may is prime minister, any prime minister that comes next may be more of the brexiteer and not do the deal. the problem is that the uk is in sucha deal. the problem is that the uk is in such a low weak position now. the suggestion that we were dictating
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terms during the brexit process and all of that stuff, totally out of the window. i think the whole issue is sustainability of the nine months. he thinks only for cabinet ministers come out about the lake untiljune ministers come out about the lake until june 30. you ministers come out about the lake untiljune 30. you have gone for nine months, and the party tolerated. so. nine months, and the party tolerated. 50. they cannot get rid of her? technically they cannot. obviously, there is opportunity cost for the british economy, that is back upa for the british economy, that is back up a wet billions. you would help —— that is worth millions. back up a wet billions. you would help —— that is worth millionsli heard help —— that is worth millions.” heard foster say today that it is crazy to wait three years for this, that we have to go, and i am like who's fault is that? in 2016 we had
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been doing what we are doing now, so parliament talking more openly but europe, perhaps this could have been avoided. the path of that went badly. supposed to be a technical coalition, and abandon. as soon as she left the majority, game over. —— left the majority. britain is focused entirely on brexit, and that is but europe has been saying today. macron has been saying that he doesn't want to log extension because he feels that the eu feels that the focus is on brexit. they actually have other fish to fry at the end of the day. it is like a misbehaving toddler. macron is like you need to handle it. i think she may accept. vessels do fit boris. we
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are going to get the boys a little bit later. macron and on and on, the bottom line, they are fed up with having new summits and talking about brexit. they are saying tomorrow that according to reports, they are in favour of the nine months delay. just the flesh it down the boat to get us out the way for a second.” think some of the foreign press is describing it as a begging bowl. some of the door of the dice of what's going on. i think also the problem i had thought but this is that the narrative about some uk politicians, yes, we cannot leave it out a deal. i get that, but play poker. so once again, we have had no stock negotiated. we should say we are prepared to go with the deal at
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the start. we have had these different factions and europe looking at us saying we are going to play and we have to played. that is probably the problem. we would have to have present a united front and whatever position we went to take. we have not been doing that. and discipline broke down straightaway after she lost the election. broke down but that her own party. that is that they. both parties are split on that. i think the scenario plays better but corbett. he does not want to get his hands dirty. —— jeremy corbyn. the tories want a soccer customs union. but the think is going to happen to?” customs union. but the think is going to happen to? i think we are going to happen to? i think we are going to happen to? i think we are going to go for a extension. christmas is likely. one of those reasons, they point out that early december, the conservatives if
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theresa may has not left by day, can doa theresa may has not left by day, can do a confidence vote. they were a different leader at theresa may has not left by then. the conservatives can first that. they want a new leader and, i think there will be a log extension, and that either in the unlikely event that at the deal gets through, we believe. that leaves will take place as well. i think about ferment up is much more likely, and people have to look at how to break the country back together and people being disappointed with what comes out. good luck with that. you target, like a brexit delay. you believe that part of the reason for taking any kind of delay, at least till december, possibly beyond, so that they can get theresa may into what somebody else. yes, in many respects. teresa may have run out of options entirely. i do not think she will be here until december. they
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wa nt to will be here until december. they want to sort out this sort of political disagreements and finally present a united front. i think we could either put forward a deal if we put everything aside, talk it through, and votes a through a little bit longer. i do leader may ta ke little bit longer. i do leader may take a different direction. bedmate decided to go for a of referendum that britain may decide to go for a referendum. i think at this point, i do not think it will change much. i think if you have a general election, you will get more independent, you end up parliament, you still have complete paralysis in the system. what about the dup and the system. what about the dup and the erp? i think what that erp, this
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has been that lights work. this is the sole reason why they are in politics and they are throwing it away. —— their life's break. they are not going to move for it. do you think that while theresa may has boxed herself and in a fourth attempt to get her deal through. is it likely that her deal in its current form could get back on the floor at the house for a vote? a ta ke floor at the house for a vote? a take it back to the floor, but it is unlikely. it is deftly unlikely that her deal will get there. everyone is so her deal will get there. everyone is so unhappy with that. make a day is sitting back walking the backstop. i think a lot of people are wondering how entrancing that the dup is. what lam hoping how entrancing that the dup is. what i am hoping with these talks is that they can peel off some labour mps and say you know what, jeremy corbyn
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does not care about this, he does not want such strike a deal, but he has taken more propositions, and ultimately, he is a brexiteer.” has taken more propositions, and ultimately, he is a brexiteer. i do not know if he will argue that. but let's move on, he said he voted to remain. financialtimes, let's move on, he said he voted to remain. financial times, and talking about new leaders, and mrjohnson. that is talk about boys toxic, obviously in favour of them taking over. “— obviously in favour of them taking over. —— boris. when theresa may saidi over. —— boris. when theresa may said i will gladly get a deal through, that's get a lot of labour mps. that was actually a mistake. so ha rd mps. that was actually a mistake. so hard brexiteer? i think but there is all of that going on, and the wider
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issue that boris may be the favourite, but he has a hard challenge going on in front of him. ido challenge going on in front of him. i do not think but that the party, he is the favourite person. smash it with that membership like jeremy corbyn, very difficult, giving how factual he is. he will be seen as someone factual he is. he will be seen as someone who has no problem going for it with a hard brexit, but given the ball in the comments on a hard brexit, or at least leaving without a deal anyway in the last 2a hours orso, a deal anyway in the last 2a hours or so, wouldn't he be bound by that? isa or so, wouldn't he be bound by that? is a new leader? wendy? the problem is with a note deal vote coming but it is not binding in any way. friday, if that is not an exemption agreed, we will crash out with no deal. i think a lot of mps are very unhappy with boris because he cannot
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be trusted. when he can set brexit in the telegraph, he wrote one article and favour and what gets.- the leadership, say in november, rights, we are leaving without a deal, can he do that? i am not sure. ido deal, can he do that? i am not sure. i do not know. sorry. what is the point of having you to? i do not know any day. that is why you are here. let's go to the bitter end, he has lost quite a few shackles. he has lost quite a few shackles. he has lost quite a few shackles. he has lost 150 million in equity. another sort of high street going to the warand we another sort of high street going to the war and we are seeing more and more big names separate from the bank. what can we do it will never be back to and i think it has been
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things such as we in public service there. a more complementary should amazon be tech smart? that has been an idea floating pet shops on the high street which get over the income should face higher taxes. i think that is a wider issue for many this is a hot beach community and being ripped apart and social implications to what the business wants. debenhams is a huge name and a high street. it does not look like it will survive, but they are looking for a buyer potentially. the problem is it has too many big stores buy at the centre of different and cities across country. they are paying fortunes and rent.” do not really shop online, and one thing i noticed when i buy clothes
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thatis thing i noticed when i buy clothes that is a house of frazier and other competitors that debenhams has there isa competitors that debenhams has there is a debenhams right next door. so they built around competitors. they arejust they built around competitors. they are just repeating themselves. that cost a lot of problems. obviously, very angry, ashley was very angry, but there was lots of concerns about records rights and ashley has a technical history when it comes and how he treats people he employs. let's go finally to the telegraph. what is this about firefighters a p pa re ntly what is this about firefighters apparently become the coppers at the same time? in rural areas, this is coming near cromwell, firefighters and rural areas are being trained in legal and other duties. this is in the hope that in areas with spicy populations, they can access them as
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well. people who need the services will hopefully welcome them. but there is the worried that it is a small amount of training, most police officers spent a lot of time with welfare issues and etc. we he speaks police officers, they are saying more often they have to take on other services. police had had to deal with mental health services —— have had to cut mental health services. we are going to leave it because we will be back in 110 minutes herself. that's it for the papers this hour — thanks to dawn and giles, we'll take another another look at tomorrow's front pages at half 11. i'll be back in a few minutes with today's headlines, but first it's time for the weather. hello, blue skies and sunshine through tuesday. that is being clear skies tonight we have a zone of
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cloud and rain from some counties of england. eventually becoming confined to the five top left of england. my client but the northern isles of scotland, temperatures above freezing. temperatures at or below freezing. much of scotland and northern england and parts of northern england and parts of northern ireland. ace starts at the day tomorrow. shamus and mark cloud across southwest england. basque showers and mark cloud and south west england. certainly a lot east of course, we will see brisk northwesterly went. cooler in the sunshine, for the west, just 11 to 13 celsius. a much coolerfield. that trend continues thursday and friday. they'll be dry, spells of sunshine, cold by day, and chilly night. by.
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