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tory newspaper which claims that tory rebels will block borisjohnson‘s brexit plans. and facing mounting political and legal challenges toward shutting down parliament headlined the fight back. in the times says that labour and tort rebels plan to set this out to stop and no—deal brexit. you will notice and no—deal brexit. you will notice a theme. take us off. the independent has a two word headline of the fight back. i think that is right, and certainly for a lot of the more remain parties, there was a sense and certainly a frustration that a lot of the remain parties we re that a lot of the remain parties were squabbling amongst themselves and that this surprise move sent parliament in a unifying effect and has brought people together and there was also the event that the declaration had and since then, the political parties who were at each
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other‘s throats a week ago have really joined forces and other‘s throats a week ago have reallyjoined forces and i think people are heartened by that, people are remainders that are pleased to see politics even for people tonight who have not been huge fans of jeremy corbyn singh look, the time is come that this is such a serious issue record up to put our grievances aside and do the right thing for the country and i think thatis thing for the country and i think that is the message that is going out to the liberal democrats, to the s&p peas, to the labour party and —— s&p, you're seeing the advice being used and there being very tribal and particularly the labour party, very aggressive when she became the leader of the liberal democrats saying that she was a traitor to the country because she went to the coalition of the conservatives but now it feels like the country is in
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peril and the parties are coming together in singh look, i know we've got our differences, but let's put country above party and come together —— saying. i could hear a snort. peril. the country is in peril stop. of the approach, the very moment her brexit which is been forced on boris johnson to prorogue parliament so they can do it, they're trying to get our cross for their base. absolutely. it is about the constitution, democracy, and boris johnson is acting like an autocrat. this was about taking back no, he is acting like a political vandal.
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justo word from the others, to stop the suspension of parliament. what you see emerging from this tomorrow, do not forget that it is a court, notice of court and legal terms and thejudges are going notice of court and legal terms and the judges are going to notice of court and legal terms and thejudges are going to be notice of court and legal terms and the judges are going to be looking at whether boris johnson has the judges are going to be looking at whether borisjohnson has done is allowed and most people in terms of constitutional experts believe it is not going to get through and would like it to get through because it's been so long that someone attempted to block this deadlock that theresa may tried to break through with the meaningful vote. she will look at the specific of whether this is beyond the suspension of parliament. to look at it in the context of the border politics, the s&p lead on this, she is moving this thing in scotland, we have cases in northern
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ireland and fame for winning that case which means that the prime minister, then prime minister hooked the withdrawal agreement through parliament so they will look at the very narrow scope of whether this is within the power of the prime minister. take us through the guardian because this is focusing on what some senior conservatives, tories are arguing. ruth davidson resigned today and she made clear aims about brexit saying it was part of, she wants to be a good partner and she quit in a very classy way. give eara and she quit in a very classy way. give ear a huge credit she might come back in some way, we do not know. and in the next election, let's hope she does. the message i
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got was what will remain tories do. a growing numberof got was what will remain tories do. a growing number of rebels who are looking at backing urgent legislation to force a new deal brexit, there is no numbers given here, margojames, and the usual suspects, i have noticed that there are 40 remain tory and peas they're looking at doing this and this is siding withjeremy looking at doing this and this is siding with jeremy corbyn and the division lobbies and bike to be political suicide for them but what is happening are the two parties to late to the referendum and labour is going to remain position of the jeremy corbyn, as you can see it is happening around him, the tories are going into a brexit position and it is happening and they are going against the grain and where the home is, just to show the front page again, because of thinking shall ruth davidson that is the photograph that the guardian are carrying.
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where will they go, this group? if they have sufficient support to see they have sufficient support to see the progress that they're talking about. that would mean presumably, that they would have to agree on something that they would effectively, via a vote, require borisjohnson to do. effectively, via a vote, require boris johnson to do. yes. possibly another delay. there is standing orders, 24 which would allow backbenchers to take control of parliament for one day and forward business. this would allow them to do it. so you can see a replay of that. and i think there will be a big chance that, we do not know how many but a sizeable numbers of conservative mps would go for this stop the question though is, would borisjohnson stop the question though is, would
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boris johnson and dominic stop the question though is, would borisjohnson and dominic cummings who is an unelected power behind the throne, we are all reaching about unelected european bureaucrats but we are likely to have unelected people who have just randomly fired one of the chancellors media advisers, we are all chilly about that. but but they respect this decision if this past which demanded that the prime minister seek an extension for brussels. with the honour that? i do not know if they would because we are in uncharted territory for the prime minister and his chief adviser —— chief adviser are running roughshod. let me put this to you, even if we get to that point, presumably that, you have to say to brussels that we would like a bit more time, another delay, and they're going to say why? what for? there's been two and a half years of
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delaying and we have failed to deliver on the mandate given to them by the chance of a lifetime to vote on eu membership back in 2016. we need to move on into a few more papers. the telegraph. jeremy corbyn shuts the streets, this is quoting home? this is jeremy corbyn, the party leader. he is endorsing a plot by his hard—line supporters to shut down the streets by whipping up the biggest sect of civil disobedience in decades. there's a call by momentum by this far left group that are saying that there should be an attempt at some resisting, doing anything and shutting down parts of the country. he supported it saying that he tells mps that the public
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services in the nhs as part of this. he said quote, i am encouraging mps tojoin public he said quote, i am encouraging mps to join public protests. is, there isa to join public protests. is, there is a lot of playing to the base year but how is this going to affect what's going on a parliament with brexit? is this is attempt? it is an attempt to try to get people to express their view because i think a lot of people feel very voiceless and powerless in the moment in terms of what's happening with this very small cabal of people in downing street many people from the leaf campaign to have taken over and said there ripping up the constitutional niceties and we have a tradition in this country and in democracy for where you want to protest, he should be able to protest peacefully. there has been some stuff that i think is com pletely has been some stuff that i think is completely wrong here like for example, giving out the names and addresses of people. that is always wrong. and he had to delete a tweet where she was inciting some violence
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towards boris johnson. where she was inciting some violence towards borisjohnson. that is com pletely towards borisjohnson. that is completely not acceptable but people feel incredibly strong about this it reminds me of when i was growing up and the poll tax demonstrations because people felt so frustrated that they wanted to express their view and that actually did bring down margaret thatcher stop i do think that is a fair? 20 years. may be,| think that is a fair? 20 years. may be, i think, think that is a fair? 20 years. may be, ithink, protesting is fine but when it starts to be shut down the streets and it begins to be questionable. they have their own taken there's questionable. they have their own ta ken there's another questionable. they have their own taken there's another photograph of ruth davidson here and borisjohnson is stepping up the talks of brussels to secure new deal with the headline being that they will go on with conversations twice a week throughout september to try and get
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toa throughout september to try and get to a there is more ramping up of the rhetoric in terms of the affair. rhetoric has gotten us nowhere. at the end of the day, this rhetoric is not reality. the problem is, it is great that we are macho in the debate in meeting up and having lots of meetings, but the crucial facts are that the eu have said they are not going to get rid of the backstop. borisjohnson has said that they need to get rid of. it is a tactic, but we have had loads of tactics, because borisjohnson is saying get rid of the backstop and it says here that the lack of concrete detail offered by the british. that is a worry. we would get this no purgation and no deal,
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that has spent billions of a will have to do one would hope that the detail on the other side would match that, because we are trying to get a deal, that is the point. if there is no deal being offered by them who work for borisjohnson,. no deal being offered by them who work for boris johnson,. what is the solution to the irish backstop, that is at the core of all this. 0h, solution to the irish backstop, that is at the core of all this. oh, i must borisjohnson is at the core of all this. oh, i must boris johnson become is at the core of all this. oh, i must borisjohnson become stevejobs in magic some technological solution, it is not going to happen. we are getting close now and there is still that theory that says at some point between now and maybe mid—october, there will be a little bit of give on this. and they will rebalance back. remember. a research group that hard—line brexit, david
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never voted for the deal three only borisjohnson who said never voted for the deal three only boris johnson who said i never voted for the deal three only borisjohnson who said i cannot support your deal. that is where we are in agreement on. if some sort of new deal was agreed on between boris johnson. allow me to proffer this. that is the kind of rhetoric that is not helping. brussels does not know whether or not it will get to parliament another does boris johnson. when the language has been so johnson. when the language has been so harsh, boris johnson johnson. when the language has been so harsh, borisjohnson isjust that said, will do a little bit of tweaking of the backstop. he said the backstop is got to go. the eu has said, there is no way, we are not having that backstop. we have to have the backstop. our entire tree future depends on the good friday
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agreement —— our entire future with the usa depends on it in terms of trade. but this. i'm going to go to you on the last part of this issue. your take on what the queen. you on the last part of this issue. your take on what the queenm you on the last part of this issue. your take on what the queen. it has beena your take on what the queen. it has been a long week for us all but the queen. having a break in your home country. attending the council, she agreed to suspend parliament and jeremy corbyn and joe swenson, the leader of the labour party said they would meet them and when she had done it, now the queen apparently won't even meet them. i think there'll be a vote next week for mps to try to carry on sitting and they wa nt to try to carry on sitting and they want to keep sitting through it, and people saying that they're going to
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carry out and they this problem of parliament. i'm good at the end things out. you will get another chance. to be continued. that is it for the papers at this hour. ayesha and christopher will be back at half past eleven for another look at tomorrow's front pages. (00v) don't forget you can see those front pages on the bbc news website. don't forget you can see those front pages on the bbc news website. it's all there for you — 7 days a week at bbc dot co uk forward slash papers — and if you miss the programme any evening you can catch up later on bbc iplayer. the headlines are on the way at 11, that's after the weather with stav da naos. hello there. 25 degrees across the southeast of england on thursday with plenty of sunshine and warmth here but further north west you are, of that area of low pressure, there
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is more unsettled clouding outbreaks of rage and stronger winds and that is how it is looking on friday with low pressure to the north and higher pressure over the near continent. it is going to be in windy day and the northern half of the country with breeze further south in topics of rain coming in more persistent across western scholars northern ireland, northwest england in northwest wells. the wind is reaching 40 miles an hour in terms of exposure, better chance of seeing the sunshine and 25 degrees in the lead to high teens for the north. that stays very wet the friday night and saturday, rainfall totals really mounting up across northern ireland and scotland, he could see the bright colours there and some of that rain be very heavy secrecy lots of standing water and minor flooding in places. but generally speaking, it will be a relatively mild night with the breeze, temperatures of 15 degrees and wet weather on the northwest will begin to pivot but it
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does move during the day. but northern ireland and parts of scotla nd northern ireland and parts of scotland and the ram pushes —— rain pushes. behind it, it would turn a bit bright for northern ireland and the rest of the country though quite wet for the far north of scotland and northern ireland. it will be notably cooler cure, but again, another warm day across the southeast of the warm days for the time being, because i weatherfront clears through during saturday night and opens the floodgates to much cooler, fresher air which is moving downward from the northwest and right across the uk, so the starting sunday off on a chilly note and members of the first day in autumn will feel pretty automata. ill spread down and will be heavy and thundering into a field chilly when the showers arrived in those temperatures low to mid teens of the north, high teens in the south and perhaps 20 or 21 across the far southeast. try next week it looks
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like the high—pressure wants to build and there will be variable cloud across the north and the west but given the sunshine, those temperatures will head closer to the seasonal norm.
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this is bbc news i'm julian worricker. the headlines at 11:00pm: anger grows at the government's decision to suspend parliament for five weeks as rebel tories and opposition mps accelerate their attempts to block a no—deal brexit. what were going to do is try to literally stop him on tuesday with a parliamentary process. but one former minister warns that mps are running out of time: parliament does have a responsibility, and it may well be that next week is the only opportunity for us to do so. meanwhile a court in edinburgh hears the first of a series of legal challenges to the suspension of parliament. we of parliament. do not live in a totalitarian
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state, we do not live in a totalitarian state, we live in

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