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i wish to speak to you a year from how. i wish to speak to you a year from now. it's great, i've got nothing to do tonight. the ira. the i say michael gove is back in the environment secretary. that is quite important. and please is back because he's a good communicator and i saw he was doing the rounds on thursday night, he's been very loyal. i'm glad he's back and obviously theresa may might have had to appoint a bit of a sacking in of the cheeks, if you get my drift, but he's now back and we elizabeth truss, liddington, a new dwp secretary. damian green has gone to
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be deputy prime minister. he's a nice done does —— don't underestimate. he'sa done does —— don't underestimate. he's a nice person. as for gof, i wouldn't put on that side of the category. i think she's brought in people she doesn't trust which is quite clever. isn't it a bit of a taste of your own medicine when borisjohnson was made foreign secretary, you've helped create some of this uncertainty is to help tidy it up. on the front page of the i, i'm looking to this. i think ruth davidson... are we moving onto the next story: psycho if you want to see what tory if you want to see what a good tory leader sounds like... her name is bruce. i can spell it. —— roof. kind of brexit is she talking about?
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and open brexit, what does that mean? i think what theresa may suggested with a close free trade agreement plus an agreement on security was a sensible way forward. but we have had this argument. you don't think that's the end of it? what can i say about ruth davidson. she is very feisty, she's terrific, she won an expert of seats in scotland, can you imagine what would have happened with 306 as opposed to the arms and eight? and she's cross about the dup deal? that's partly her personal life. she is the story of the modern age. i have a huge amount of time for ruth. she needs to be brought into the tent, involved in the negotiations because she is their staff. love bond? love
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bond. when people are nice to you. that's not a word i expected you to use “— that's not a word i expected you to use —— love—bombed. that's not a word i expected you to use -- love-bombed. she might be leader of the party one day but she'll have two be in westminster not msp. the other thing on this front page, confusion reigns over controversial dup deal. we talked yesterday evening doing my shift on the news channel that the dup had in principle agreed an outline arrangement of confidence and supply, arrangement of confidence and supply, and then in the car on the way home, it said it's not the case at all. you wonder how that could happen got so wrong. itjust won't work. you have sinn fein. although i'm on the left, i do find it shocking that sinn fein receives salaries for not doing the job.
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they've got to do this. they owe us all. the parliament into which they are elected. they can'tjust sit it out. the whole thing, the game between them and the dup which is at a crucial stage in northern ireland, power—sharing. it's going to break apart. that was based on the idea that the british government was neutral. if we go back to the controversial dup deal. isa is that what is happening is the dup is wondering what is the mount is going to be. and it's going to make demands because even with only ten seats they are the kingmakers. they went from having a minority government to be a quasi majority government. i am thinking, what do they want? tories will think this is a bad idea? gordon brown for the dup
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we re a bad idea? gordon brown for the dup were 0k? a bad idea? gordon brown for the dup were ok? i'm not gordon brown. it's a bad idea. for theresa may... our values and their values are at odds. for theresa may it is the least worst option. like i said, the sinn fein situation... the good friday agreement. you can't stuff all that. let's look at the metro. corbyn says he's ready for another election, looking relaxed this morning on the tv. he had a good campaign, did he not? eventually. an excellent campaign. this is well going to agree with yasmin. so be careful. should shake my hand now. he had a terrific campaign and yes, he did change terrain but even so, he's a natural campaigner and he played to his strengths and the manifesto played to labour's friends. there was positive, the future, trying to be all—encompassing. it was the opposite of the tory campaign, which
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was wooden and negative. so i think ella fantastic campaign. whether he's ready for another election, i don't know. what will it be like being in power negotiating brexit with its complexities? it's a good question. answer it. it depends. this is going to change our story and our history forever. so you could say that there hasn't been a better time. for our leader to make our mark on history. this is the time in history changes. but they didn't win. he said himself. any reader. talking to andrew mark this morning, corbyn saidi andrew mark this morning, corbyn said i didn't win. he didn't have the numbers. compared to what he might have got, it was an extraordinary result. but however they build on the momentum that they had
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i think some of the sulking new labour mps had better get out of their boxes now. they will. they dissed it and dissed it and lots of people are apologising. i watson whatjones. he people are apologising. i watson what jones. he apologised. people are apologising. i watson whatjones. he apologised. maybe there will be a party coming together. he had a terrific campaign thatis together. he had a terrific campaign that is dull and that with 262 seats it is well short of a majority. —— campaign that was excellent. they won kensington. kensington! that was the last one and it had endless recounts. it was still 262 seats, evenif recounts. it was still 262 seats, even if they went along with a coalition with the liberals, who only got 12, snp had a disappointing night with 35. that would only make
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309. even the prospect of a coalition of chaos or what we want to call it, the truth is, he's a politician and politicians want power. how quickly might be and that with an election? this year?|j power. how quickly might be and that with an election? this year? i think so. with an election? this year? i think so. the chaos is within the tories, i'iow. so. the chaos is within the tories, now. it's a mess. they have to find a way of sorting it out. do voters wa nt to a way of sorting it out. do voters want to go to the polls again? attic people are fed up with it. if the dup deal sticks, it was a confidence and supply deal, if there's a no—confidence vote than the dup will support the tories. under those circumstances, if that works, this government could continue for some time. do you know there are so many national protests already building up national protests already building up against the dup deal? even so, i think it will go ahead. you
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mentioned sinn fein, the fact they don't turn up as useful. mentioned sinn fein, the fact they don't turn up as usefullj mentioned sinn fein, the fact they don't turn up as useful. i hope they turn up, it's time. they're not going to. who wouldn't want that job? you get paid every year. and they're sitting there doing nothing. i'm sorry, time to come and do a job. meanwhile, on the other side of the channel, macron is set for a second landslide in france. low turnout but it could be heading for somewhere around 440 seats out of 577. from a party, ruth, that was only formed a year ago. it's staggering. it tells you how we'd all the other parties are, the traditional parties. and the socialist party has almost been blown out of the water. because of an appalling president, i don't know. macron has picked the moment right. that there are times in countries where they say, this is
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the man to take us forward. and emmanuel macron seems to have picked up emmanuel macron seems to have picked up moment. and he's a centrist. he isa mixture. up moment. and he's a centrist. he is a mixture. in some ways, he's quite like tony blair. he pleases various wings on the spectrum because he's not a socialist. he was in the bosworth the government? then he left. he doesn't he'sa he's a global capitalist, all those things. you said that with almost... i wish i was 21 again. i never grew up i wish i was 21 again. i never grew up from 21, hate it all. but the problem. that's why we're pleased to see you. i am a capitalist. no shame capitalist. i think he's managed but the good news is he's a total eu
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believe. and he's saying he doesn't wa nt to believe. and he's saying he doesn't want to see any concessions to anyone who leaves. they tend to forget it's not on our hands. the other thing is, when forget it's not on our hands. the otherthing is, when we forget it's not on our hands. the other thing is, when we thought the neofascists were going to take over france. i never thought the neofascists would. you don't have to talk about the pen do you? —— marine le pen do you? there will be negotiations had greatly beneficial agreement made. but the established parties are saying he's not democracy if it's not a landslide. they are not happy. because they can't be held to account. because you want to i think the shift in europe is important and are hoping the good news from germany doing the election. it felt like the extreme
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right was sweeping. merkel will win. i hope they stick with the six principles and don't give us an easy ride but other thing we understand. in the words of my colleague, mishal husain, please stop talking. that's it for the papers. all of them all online, you can read it seven days a week. we're back at 11:30pm. i'm going home. no you're not. bar the door. good evening. while some of you have a dry and bright, it's been drizzly for some. blustery across—the—board. that continues as we go into the
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night. still quite breezy, showers across england and wales but then showers for northern ireland and north west scotland where there will be lengthy nature. compared to what we sure to take us into sunday, it will be slightly cooler and still temperatures into double figures, it lea ks start to temperatures into double figures, it leaks start to monday. they blustery. north england, north west and parts of northern ireland and central scotland could seek 30 or 40 mph winds. there may be some restrictions on the bridge is, check the travel. a few showers around in scotland, particularly in the west, sally ‘s bright skies here and there with one or two showers in northern ireland. cloud in wales, but are bright enough start with glimpses of sunshine. a few passing light showers. given the strength of the breeze, it will go quickly. longer spells of sunshine towards the channel islands. the high pressure sta rts channel islands. the high pressure starts building across the south—west, early showers quickly fading away. indeed, showers into the afternoon. the crowd thins and
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breaks. the best of showers in the eastern ground. mostly dry by the state. temperatures at their highest, on the eaves, 19 or 20. in monday evening, we seek a dry start but things change. high pressure from the south west but the northern fla nks from the south west but the northern flanks frank will see the pressure. it will be as not be a cold start. but western scotland and northern ireland, the hills of north—west england, in particular. the cloud brea ks england, in particular. the cloud breaks in eastern scotland, with temperatures in the high teens. the further south, not only dry but sunny spells. the best of which will be on the south coast. into wednesday, the air in this out and we will see rain in the north—west highlands and islands of scotland. mostly dry with southerly wind damage from one continent, temperatures highest at the week
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with 26 or 27 on the south—east. this is bbc news. i'm martine croxall. the headlines at 11pm. theresa may reinforces her intention to serve a full five—year term as prime minister. she says it's time to focus on the job at hand. what i am feeling is that actually there is a job to be done. and i think what the public want is to ensure that the government is getting on with the job. it comes as speculation continues among senior conservatives about the prime minister's future. theresa may is a dead woman walking. it's just how long she's going to remain on death row. meanwhile, it is back in the cabinet. —— he is. michael gove makes a surprise return to cabinet in a post—election

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