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agrees with bill or she says great program well informed and the speaker for agrees with bill or she says great program well informed and the speaker synopsis very entertaining but pressure i understand says bad course become a lot very entertaining but pressure i understand says bear of course become a legend sorry to see him go and david mcdonald standing down because sorry to see him go and david mcdonald standing down because he's disgusted presumably with the rest of the parliament because i'm to david and it cause he's disgusted presumably with the rest of the parliament because i'm to david and in money presumably not the labor m.p. in money he talks about kate who is in money presumably not the labor m.p. in money he talks about kate hoey and says he can't see see who is surviving the election anyway well of course he who is act says he can't see see who is surviving the election anyway well of course he who is actually one of the the many talented
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members of parliament who are known to the time they don't think that one of the the many talented members of parliament who are known to the time they don't particularly talented women members of parliament so john burkle tightened his wanted women members of parliament so john bercow tightened his is going immaculately and yesterday presided over these last prime minister's questions is going immaculately and yesterday presided over these last prime minister's questions she's retiring from the chair so let's remember for one last time the enter when she's retiring from the chair so let's remember for one last time the enter warns we shall all be missing but this is big i know the whole house will want to join us we shall all be missing but this is big i know the whole house will want to join me in recording that after 10 tumultuous years this is your last in recording that after 10 tumultuous years this is your last. prime minister's
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questions and as befits a distinguished former wimbledon prime minister's questions and as befits a distinguished former wimbledon competitor you have sat up there in your high chair and not just as an architect until you have sat up there in your high chair and not just as an umpire i ruthlessly adjudicating on the finer points of parliamentary procedure with your pa i ruthlessly adjudicating on the finer points of parliamentary procedure with your trademark tony montana scout i must speak a. trademark tony montana scout i must speak i know just as a commentary offering your opinions on the rallies you are watching sometimes not just as a commentary offering your own opinions on the rallies you are watching sometimes so they can sometimes kindly but above all as a player in your own right so they can sometimes kindly but above all as a player in your own right i hope you would indulge me one moment while i say
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a word about you. i hope you would indulge me one moment while i say a word about you. i'm sure you will i. right i'm sure you will i. write a new one paying him not to be gaga over that i have the finish what i was paying him not to be gaga over that i have the finish what i. was a response to that question. was a response to that question the prime minister has finished and he can take it from me that is fair as jim the prime minister has finished and he can take it from me that is fair i presume you'll see mr hoffa you don't stand where i'm standing and that's the end of it if i can resume your seat mr hoffa you don't stand where i'm standing and that's the end of it. i couldn't care less whether you like it allows
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me think it's nothing disorderly required by saw me or care less whether you like it allows me think it's nothing disorderly required by saw me order from you it's just your. you are a master of do so and up are you it's just your. you're a master of do so old man after the imposition of the my current band. after the imposition of the my current band by president i am even more strongly of a by president i am even more strongly of a few other dress by president trump in westminster hall if you ever dress by president trump in westminster hall the we will join up with the we will join alex with our pundits ponder shortly but
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1st to scotland economic commentator alex with our pundits ponder shortly but 1st to scotland economic commentator michael fried is something of a rarity a free market economist but also a supporter of scottish independence alex asks him west and scotland in the michael fry is something of a rarity a free market economist but also a supporter of scottish independence alex asks him where stand scotland in this christmas misspent specks of illicit election can and and about about his his fair speckle collections 0 point went until the elections and all of the past. and michael frye political commentator but also notable the path. that michael fry political commentator but also a notable historian so let's have a look at the wind selections of the 20th century by the historians so let's have a look at the when selections of the 20th century know that there was another went
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to the election and fed lee in 1974 when. there was another went to the election and fed lee in 1974 with edward told it by the minister with a majority in the house of commons went to the country and things done by the minister with a majority in the house of commons went to the country and things done as he expected either absolutely not well he wanted to make it as he expected either absolutely not well he wanted to make it a an election of the government versus the trade unions which is the you know a an election of the government versus the trade unions which is in a rather distant analogy from boris's a election about the people versus problem rather distant analogy from boris's election about the people versus parliament about the early seventy's had been a time of rising in argument about the early seventy's had been a time of rising industrial unrest especially as again britain was in the
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industrial unrest especially as again britain was losing its economic position in the world and various staple industries just losing its economic position in the world and various staple industries you know obviously mining but also in scotland shipbuilding and coal mining obviously mining but also in scotland shipbuilding and coal mining they were all falling victim to foreign competition so they were all falling victim to foreign competition. so the obviously the trade unions wanted to protect their members jobs and the obviously the trade unions wanted to protect their members jobs and the industries they were working in but the government had got to the point where it guarded the industries they were working in but the government had got to the point where it regarded and regarded as an
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absolute majority and the ceci that they should take charge and they regarded as an absolute majority in the ceci that they should take charge and they should decide which industries were going to survive because now of course he should decide which industries were going to survive because now of course they were prepared to offer state money to do this but they weren't prepared to offer were prepared to offer a state money to do this but they weren't prepared to offer as much state money to the mines as arthur scargill and others ones as much state money to the mines as arthur scargill and others wanted them to so that bill lots of industrial disputes and edward heath in his cabinet them too so that bill lots of industrial disputes and edward heath and his cabinet well are not so much grew tired of this but got to the point where they thought that well not so much grew tired of this but got to the point where they thought with one short sharp shock thought up with what they.
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saw off. of the page they could kill off the power of the trade unions and it's and the general election. actually sentient defender was with that in favor you do that once she said she will be able to do that what happened then of course it was it was a hung parliament what happened so there was an. element of that they were wanted so nobody really got what they wanted but this wasn't an election you think but as johnson's in for the shock or do you think but this wasn't an election you think but as johnson's in for the shock or do you think you. gambling correctly and manipulating his election. well certainly gambling correctly and manipulating his election. well certainly the lesson of those 2 previous examples of 103 in the lesson of those 2 previous examples of 923 months or so before
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shows that things don't always go the way that under so before shows that things don't always go the way that the government expects them to and has calculated that they will the government expects them to and has calculated that they will now this time we we don't really know we've had no real tests now this time we we don't really know we've had no real tests of what public opinion about this well the breaks a deal has to be reached at it's of what public opinion about this well the breaks a deal has to be reached but the prospective breaks it deal is and in many ways it looks rather a poor deal but the prospective breaks it deal is and in many ways it looks rather a poor deal i mean. party says it's brilliant but not many other people who greet. party says it's brilliant but not many other people to greet so i think because of
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the lack of evidence i think public up so i think because of the lack of evidence i think public opinion will be very volatile and more than usually it would pinion will be very volatile and more than usually it would depend on the way the campaign goes i mean campaigns are full of accident would depend on the way the campaign goes i mean campaigns are full of accidents are expected events and we still are either we still have. our expected events and we still are either we still have. people in europe who don't we should specifically well we have the european commission the people in europe who don't we should specifically well we have the european commission i'm assured by the a who seem to be taking a dim view of the whole thing and i think there's an autumn assured by a who seem to be taking a dim view of the whole thing and i think there's an awful lot could go wrong
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between now and mid december and hope that the whole lot could go wrong between now and mid december and hope that the situation in scotland michael fry how will the european position interplay of situation in scotland michael fry how will the european position interplay with the scottish constitutional question well i think is very difficult to see anything will the scottish constitutional question well i think is very difficult to see anything but a good result for the s.n.p. who lost out last time but a good result for the s.n.p. who lost out last time went down from 56 to 35 seats but this time i would expect them to relent down from 56 to 35 seats but this time i would expect them to regain most if not all of those seats and i think there's a gain most if not all of those seats and i think there's 2 reasons for this i
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mean the 1st one is that it's i think next 2 reasons for this i mean the 1st one is that's i think nicolas sturgeon has quite subtly without going over the top kept sturgeon has quite subtly without going over the top kept the brew bubbling. independence for these the brew bubbling. independents for these last 3 years you know plenty of marches printed demonstrations planned his last 3 years you know plenty of marches printed demonstrations. plenty of him sudden there weeks about this and that so are they you know the trip the troops are of him sudden they're weeks about this and that so are they you know the trip the troops are already going to go so you can expect a very enthusiast to campaign well raring to go so you can expect a very enthusiast to campaign. but the same time the you'll be
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the actual but the same time the you'll be the actual object the purpose of the election is to decide about brecht's it will object the purpose of the election is to decide about brecht's it and that then awakens the original s. and ans that then awakens the original s.n.p. idea that because scotland voted so heavily in favor of repeat idea that because scotland voted so heavily in favor of remain at the european referendum this gives us a mandate in maine at the european referendum this gives us a mandate to go again for independence even if the deeds to go again for independence even if the attention of the u.k.
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is riveted on something else so i think at the end we'll get tension of the u.k. is riveted on something else so i think at the end we'll get to the positive results from the point of view the s. and p. will get a big increase in seats to the positive results from the point of view the s. and p. will get a big increase in seats and we'll get a mandate for a new independence referendum and we'll gets a mandate for a new independence referendum now the question then is whether baris if he wins the election will now the question then is whether barr is if he wins the election. i will grant you that that referendum to which the answer i think is no grants that that referendum to which the answer i think is no or whether there's going to be some other combination of parties through which it might be achieved or whether there's going to be some other combination of parties through which it might be achieved and design i mean the the s.n.p.
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staking everything on the another and design i mean the the s.n.p. staking everything on the another hung parliament and being able to exempt influence to secure the the sun parliament and being able to exempt influence to secure the the sections theft the wishes in order to decide to fire another scotch and theft the odds of that in which is in order to decide to fire the other scottish referendum well i think in practical terms that's the only way it can come . out and what i think in practical terms that's the only way it can come you would have to have a minority labor government dependent on the s.n.p. you would have to have a minority labor government dependent on the s. and p. not necessarily in coalition but dependent for certain matches on the not necessarily in coalition but dependent for certain matches on the s.n.p.
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members of the house of commons and then the condition of that support the s.n.p. members of the house of commons and then the condition of that support would be that jeremy corbyn would permits and other independents would be that jeremy corbyn would permits and other independence referendum now he's already said that he's not willing to do that but let's just wait and this referendum now he's already said that he's not willing to do that but let's just wait and see what the outcome of the election is i mean it may be that gerry corbett if he wants to be see what the outcome of the election is i mean it may be that jeremy corbyn if. he wants to be prime minister i'm not entirely sure if you will to be prime minister what really had no choice but to fight crime in this i'm not entirely sure if you will to be prime minister what really have no choice but a final question michael fry you are an unusual beast in scottish politics and that you are in a question michael fry you are an unusual beast in scottish politics and that you are a free market supporter of scottish independence what changes you get
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a free market supporter of scottish independence what changes you would you like to see and how the independence argument is deployed well i don't think that you like to see it how the independence argument 1 is deployed well i don't think i had a referendum as head of the actual achievement of independence there's much chance i had a referendum as head of the actual achievement of independence there's much chance of changing the policies of the s.n.p. i mean not sure the they're set in stone months of changing the policies of the s.n.p. i mean not sure the they're set in stone but they certainly have they have you majorities in the conferences but you but they certainly have they have you majorities in the conference is but you know the real world awaits out there and the real world is the real world awaits out there and the real world is composed
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of free markets on trade and if scotland wishes to participate in the impose of free markets on trade and if scotland wishes to participate in the international economy then free markets is the only way to go international economy then free markets is the only way to go michael fry from ed miller thank you very much indeed join us after the print michael fry from ed miller thank you very much indeed. join us after the break where our panel of political pundits and the questions on where the parties think where our panel of political pundits and the questions on where the party stunned still a tease. and still a tease. what
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hopes is. what politicians do something to. put themselves on the line to get in studio something to. put themselves on the line they get accepted over checked. so when you want to be president i'm sure stepped over checked. so when you want to be president i'm sure. most somehow want to be that's. what you'd like to be press or somehow want to be that's. what you'd like to be press that's what the 4 point 3 in the morning can't be good . i mean this is like the 43 in the morning can't be good. i'm interested
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always in the waters about how. to. seduce the always and the why is it the hottest. place shouldn't. breed the press during the great depression which an old mr remember there was and most of the family were employees were people in which an old mr remember there was and most of the family were. of course. there wasn't it was bed you know much worse objectively than today but it wasn't it was bed you know much worse objectively than today but there was an expectation of the things were going to get better. the ones but there was an expectation that things were going to get better. there was a real sense of hopefulness there isn't today today's america where shade the real sense of hopefulness there isn't today today's america was shaped by the 10 principles of concentration of wealth and power by the 10 principles of
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concentration of wealth and power. reduce democracy attack solo doubt. reduce democracy attack solo doubt engineer elections manufacture consent and other principles engineer elections manufacture consent and other principles according to no i'm jones one set of rules for the rich according to no i'm jones one set of rules for the rich opposite. that's what happens when you put opposites. that's what happens when you put her into the hands of a narrow sector of will power into the hands of a narrow sector of will which will is dedicated to increasing power for itself just
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as you'd expect one of the which will is dedicated to increasing power for itself just as you'd expect one of the most influential intellectuals of our time speaks about the modern some most influential intellectuals of our time speaks about the modern civilization of america villa's ation of the comerica. well. welcome back as a runners line up for the christmas election race the best people to mark your car as a runners light out for the christmas election race the best people to mark your card are our panel of pundits peter or knows more about the inner workings of the tory party than our panel of pundits peter or knows more about the inner workings of the tory party than any other commentator while lembit or pick is
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a former presidential candidate of the pin any other commentator while lembit or pick is a former presidential candidate of the po democrats they are both in conversation with alex democrats they are both in conversation with alex so what about the circumstances of this general election being called a bit of a pantomime so what about the circumstances of this general election being called a bit of a pantomime isn't it i mean you know and monday the house of commons solemnly throws it back and that isn't i mean you know and monday the house of commons solemnly throws it back in the prime minister's face and then choose every dignitas we're going to have the election after all hope of the sub prime ministers face an interest every dignitas were going to have the election after all hope of the circumstances of the selection being called well that's sort of think it was needed i mean whether or not it was stances of the selection being called well i sort of think it was needed i mean whether or not this is one of the seconds that says i
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think we needed to have this out is a big thought this is one of the seconds that says i think we needed to have this out is a big everything that got blocked and now we're going to have most momentous everything that got blocked and now we're going to have the most momentous general election of modern british history. probably the general election of modern british history probably of the last 100 years is going to be an election which will be more brutally for my purpose last 100 years is going to be an election which will be more brutally for my purse sides and more unpredictable physical 4 passes or sides and more unpredictable physical 4 passes or. got great chances but big game for the prime minister surely it would get got great chances for the big game for the prime minister surely in getting the election i mean should have been
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a huge humiliation today the theft getting the election and we should have been a huge humiliation today the 31st should have been his day of ordinance you know when we're not out of the european union fost should have been his day for you know when we're not out of the european union after all and he's not dead that it's true that joe swenson's they're all and he's not dead that it's true that joe swenson's tactics the leader of the lib dems baffled me because i think that she's after a referee the leader of the lib dems baffled me because i think that she's after a referendum and she's given mr johnson and the election nevertheless they're all kinds of random and she's given mr johnson and the election nevertheless they're all kinds of problems for the british prime minister there's the brits it party which problems for the british prime minister there's the brits it party which is going to fight it i think that's the signals we're getting because of his deal is
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going to fight it i think that's the signals we're getting because of his deal and so he's going to lose how much 10 percent of the voters which would not revert concert and so he's going to lose how much 10 percent of the voters which would naturally vote conservative i don't know as one of the many questions like why is that there at the visit i don't know as one of the many questions like why is that there are massive issues about his integrity he's a man who keeps on the king broke of massive issues about his integrity he's a man who keeps on the king broken promises and telling lies it's a big problem for british prime minister into that election. promises and telling lies it's a big problem for british prime minister into that election. is not trust trusted i'm not so sure of the result trust trusted i'm not so sure of the result i have a little lot the liberal democrats surely if still when i'm option to live with the
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effort i have a little lot the liberal democrats surely if still when i'm option to live with the s.n.p. is stolen a march on the the labor party by forcing the selection term except peace stolen a march on the the labor party by forcing the selection to next stance in an expedient way they have just once and wanted an election they've made a cult stance in an expedient way they have just once and wanted an election they've made a calculation they think they can gain seats in remain sympathetic areas she's probably right elation they think they can gain seats in remain sympathetic areas she's probably right but there's a bigger mistake here and we've just been discussing that. but there's a bigger mistake here and we've just been discussing that sees more or less squandered the opportunity for a referendum in preference to a general election is more or less squandered the opportunity for a referendum in preference to a general election the general election will be the referendum and if boris johnson
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does well enough in the general election will be the referendum and if boris johnson does well and if the lib dems don't make much impact there it's assumed labor's kind of abstaining on the lib dems don't make much impact there that's assumed labor's kind of abstaining on bracks at the moment then that's the end of remain not see end of any prospect at the moment then that's the end of remain that's the end of any prospect of rerunning this debate now in chess you play not one with a head but about thought to be running this debate now in chess you play not one move ahead but about 5 moves ahead it seems to me boris johnson has done that because by the beginning of this week lives had it seems to me boris johnson has done that because by the beginning of this way. he couldn't lose either he got his deal through he got as the election the concision couldn't hurt lose either he got his deal through he got as the election decision through or the public would be
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able to his side put a cobbler's lip was probably entered on him as it by turns out as he has because of alexander zach that he was at one time said that he's got exactly what he wanted a breakfast that a breath alexa election base where his only only real black option where his only real problem is the blacks the party i definitely opposition parties ross has a deal on this the backs of party i definitely opposition parties ross has a deal on a suspect that as the as they could have could have done for. such a committee stage of jews a lot of a member of the house of commons bombers pointing to go that's a limited limitation since it's inconsistent. they tried they tried to i to go back to the chassis chason on this analogy alex he is he's had had that damn engine check for for move after move after move actually boris has had everybody else on
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the back 1st so i've after move after move actually boris has had everybody else on the back 1st so i think he's caused those winsome to make a tactical mistake for the reasons i've just explained and we think he's caused those winsome to make a tactical mistake for the reasons i've just explained and he's absolutely cornered the labor party you don't want an election for love absolutely cornered the labor party you don't want an election for love nor money because they feel that they're too riven and the $2.00 have staining on this because of the more money because they feel that they're too riven and the $2.00 have staining on this because the north their supporters are very pro black said in the south their programme main the real losers here north their supporters are very pro black said in the south their programme main the real losers here are probably going to be the. labor party and again just my guest will be the tories are probably going to be the labor party and they gave us my guest will be the tories so the been there simply the liberals both thought they could make gate. when they're simply the liberals both thought
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they could make gate. there for the logic in the election but might end up with abolished there for the logic in the election but might end up with abolished doesn't have a comfortable majority and 5 years of partly do you think doesn't have a comfortable majority and 5 years of partly do you think it's just cut and dried to start from johnson or do you think the selection of a love hate blacks are just cut and dried to start from johnson or do you think the selection of a love hate blacks have many twists and turns i think mr mr pickett is an interesting analysis many twists and turns i think mr mr pick is an interesting analysis he may be right but that's consider the conservatives are going to lose their seats in scotland he may be right but that's there's consider the conservatives are going to lose their seats in scotland they're going to lose quite a lot of seats in the south to the lib dems and they're going to lose quite
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a lot of seats in the south to the lib dems possibly include the oxbridge constituency occupied by the prime minister seriously possibly include the oxbridge constituency occupied by the prime minister seriously forecasting the prime minister themself is in danger here absolutely i think he is a forecasting the pride knows that himself is in danger here absolutely i think he is i think going to be they're going to lose seats in london are going to lose seats in the southwest that i think they're going to be they're going to lose seats in london are going to lose seats in the southwest they're going to lose seats in scotland the question then that whether that the mythical or lose seats in scotland the question then that whether that the mythical. working class vote the bricks it vote in conceptual working class vote the brics it votes in concert up in the northeast and in the midlands they're going to come open abandon let up
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in the northeast and in the midlands they're going to come over abandon labor and go on to the conservatives let's see it's a massive gabber and go on to the conservatives let's see it's a massive gamble and since we're being followed by i beg to differ mr obama because i'm bored and since we're being followed by i beg to differ mr obama because as far as i see it we overestimate party loyalty at the moment and as far as i see it we overestimate party loyalty at the moment and underestimate the power of bracks it lots of formula down seats are really prone to estimate the power of bracks it lots of formula down seats are really pro bracks it especially in a london there will be an uplift for the lib dems i think particular bracks it especially in a london there will be an uplift for the lib dems i think particularly as you say in the southwest but by and large the great rich pickings here are as you say in
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the southwest but by and large the great rich pickings here are in the north of england for the conservatives where the labor party really need to much in the north of england for the conservatives where the labor party really need to look pro bracks it to keep that vote in but the big flying the point man for boris johnson is not that pro bracks it to keep that vote in but the big flying the point man for boris johnson is now is of rousing the ranks of party if he doesn't do a deal then i totally agree with you on this then he's cause of crossing the ranks of party if he doesn't do a deal then i totally agree with you on this then he's got 10 percent as a hostage to fortune i personally think he has to have 10 percent as a hostage to fortune i personally think he has to have a back door chance. but nicer for ours then he's all set but somebody else might remember back doors chats with myself for hours then he's all set but somebody else might rain on the boss is probably not as germy caught up in the last election you
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know every song on the boss is probably not as germy caught up in the last election of every single political commentator under-estimated call bins ability as a single political commentator under-estimated call bins ability as the campaigner he will not be the the best or even mediocre parliamentary leader campaigner he will not be the the best or even mediocre parliamentary leader but as a campaigner in the last let's be clear shortened to the summit absent as a campaign on the last let's be clear shorten to the summit absolutely and i think that i don't know and i think your for as such i don't necessarily share your assumption they're going to say of a break into that i don't own what the brillo box policy that it was issued i need only that i was at the labor party position is it's all related or i leave that would guess they will back a referendum to do them as well but that. would be the guess they will back
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a referendum that's what they seem to be the have have been be moving moving towards us in other it whatever words are going to are going to get a guinness cup quote i look up quite a lot of lot of remain remain a virgin averts it's. their games and i think that's a game that they i think will think that they will risk they they will they will risk then or govan them but it's it's i don't see how they can can just just sit on the fed throughout the judgement of the election trip of probability that is if they go for it go for rep referendum and that's actually been the insist superseded by the real referendum which is the general election if you really are. are obsessed with remain you vote there dan if and then which is the general election if you really are obsessed with remain you vote there dan if you're obsessive brax it you vote tory or maybe bracks a party the labor party so your obsessive black set you vote tory or maybe bracks
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a party the labor party so visibly splits with and leader has jumped both ways of self that i don't think visibly splits with and leader has jumped both ways of self but i don't think they've got a strong message are you convince that this will be an assembly going to be a christmas holiday got a strong message or are you convince that this will be an assembly going to be a christmas election year we should option or be what should all be it was one of the. it was a $142.00 like before but it was. probably won't be it's but are you convinced it's going to stay as a black some readers but are you convinced it's going to stay as a black selection well i think it will do because of the fact that boris johnson's got the election well i think it will do because of the fact that boris johnson's got the dream ticket here nothing's really been formally agreed if it had all been done dusted the 3rd between take it here nothing's really been formally agreed if
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it had all been done and dusted the 3rd reading wallace and then we could talk about the health service and of the us but when your biggest suits us and then we could talk about the health service and of the us but when your biggest suit spotless georgeson not to have this deal through the commons because it will still be to be decided johnson not to have this deal through the commons because it will still be to be decided that the electorate it suits 4 parties boris johnson as a brick city or to city that the electorate it suits 4 parties boris johnson as a brick city or to some extent nicer for as you can why the tory dog if he gets it right the lib dems to some extent nizer for as you can why the tory dog if he gets it right the lib dems who will make some modest gains as remain as the. sampai because they've got their agenda they will make some more this gains as remain as the s.m. paper because they've got their agenda the one party this doesn't suit is the labor party and that's where the cannibalization of votes one party this doesn't suit is
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the labor party and that's where the cannibalization of votes will take place and i think that they'll really hammer edge to the tory advances and it'll take place and i think that they'll really hammer edge to the tory advances and maybe turn extent the live demo bondage of people you know the inner workings of the thought upon a beaten extent the live demo bondage of people you know the inner workings of the tory party more than just about any one of the departure of so many after more than just about any one of the departure of so many of the tory wise heads how was that to be solved any of the tory wise heads how was that to be solved just this weekend of this week philip hammond desperately trying to stop an election just this weekend with this week philip hammond desperately trying to stop an election appealing for everybody to grow up and be cooled down because that wasn't likely to happen but nothing for everybody to grow up and be cooled down
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because that wasn't likely to happen but nonetheless is that going to do to the balance of the conservative party and are there some people who very will s. is that going to do to the balance of the conservative party and are there some people who are very worried about that i think that unlike labor which is going to but i think that. unlike labor which is technically united the conservative party let's not forget has actually split it's very neatly united the conservative party let's not forget has actually split it's very interesting to see how they're going to conduct themselves in this election because that's sending a message to interested see how they're going to conduct themselves in this election because that's sending a message to middle of the road voters that the conservative party has may have become a few middle of the road voters that the conservative party has may have become a federal party whose election campaign is going to be run by soumik federal party
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whose election campaign is going to be run by i'm assuming it will we will find out one of the questions dominick cummings this federal. will will find out one of the questions dominick cummings this federal. known the man around vote lead hates conservatives it's worth bearing in mind known the man around vote lead hates conservatives it's worth bearing in mind he hates the conservative party want to break up britain you know no fault of the dog in its coverage under $58.00 the conservative party want to break up britain you know no fault of the dog in its coverage under defining what he and is this person going to run in other words a conservative party is my worry and is this person going to run in other words a conservative party is right for a run if it is run by cummings who will run it as a revolutionary party which won't for him rather it is run by cummings who will run it as a revolutionary party which wants basically to destroy the institutions of the british state including the rule of law it's basically to destroy the institutions of the
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british state including the rule of law the 8 parliament. and it's quite interesting that that past 8 parliament. and it's quite interesting that that party which is not the conservative party i recognise a bit of a had the honor of reportedly which is not the conservative. recognizer bever had the honor of reporting in 30 years as a political correspondent generally speaking good service we got another lot this lot watching in 30 years of political correspondent generally speaking of service we go another lot this lot run by cummings with this but these creature johnson is what it is on a marketable revival from run by cummings with this these creature jumps somewhat but it isn't a marketable revival for boarders johnson in only a few weeks ago the supreme court orders johnson in only a few weeks ago to the supreme court to clear those rules that he that acted unlawfully misled her majesty the queen and that was her clear's rules 30 that did
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unlawfully misled her majesty the queen and that was heavy odds on favorite to romp home an election 2 points here well bill sets to every odds on favorite to romp home an election 2 points here well bill sets do not found in a storm and i've never thought seen 1st johnson look like he's waving or not found in a storm and i've never thien for a stance and look like he's waving he's got a game plan actually i'm pretty impressed with it his narrative is consistent that's really vital he's got a game plan actually i'm pretty impressed with it his narrative is consistent that's really vital in the election secondly you're right there's an awful lot of feral activity going on but feral chris in the election secondly you're right there's an awful lot of feral activity going on but feral creatures don't staff they rip apart the weak and at the moment there is weakness beaches don't staff they rip apart the weak and at the moment there is weakness but not in the conservative party noble good to reassemble it previous points in this campaign but
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not in the conservative party noble good to reassemble the previous points in this campaign the stuff to get others just being fired at the present moment. stuff to get others just being fired at the present moment 1st lame but who's to sitting pretty and who's got it all to do i predict 1st lame but who's to sitting pretty. and who's got it all to do i predict overall majority for the conservatives and the size of that majority is an overall majority for the conservatives and the size of that majority is dependent on one binary question does he do a deal with the backs of parties dependent on one binary question does he do a deal with the bracks a party nigel farage or not if he does the deal big majority if he doesn't he'll scrape through i hope you won't deny for 4 hours or not if he does the deal big majority if he doesn't he'll scrape through what sort of shape could that deal take them in what do you offer the breaks about the sort of shape could that deal take
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them in what do you offer the break supply cut off from seats leaving aside the temptation of giving one person a period the other offer them seats leaving aside the temptation of giving one person a period the other part of this is to use the bricks at parties the attack dogs with the or part of this is to use the bricks at parties the attack dogs with the awkward squad the people of peter mentioning before who have left the conservative court squad the people of peter mentioning before who have left the conservative party put the bricks of party in there to smash their chances of winning and party put the bricks of party in there to smash their chances of winning and then elsewhere get the better party either to not stand or to really go easy on than elsewhere get the better party either to not stand or to really go easy on the conservatives or what about it peter as we start the race when who's going to keep their leader and who to conservatives what about it peter as we start the race when
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who's going to keep their leader and who just was going to be there at the finish i think that boris johnson will take the early lead it was going to be there at the finish i think that boris johnson will take the early lead i think it's a very rocky path he has this as the charter i think it's a very rocky path. he has to has the charter and i would i predict a hung parliament and i think that a hung parliament will and i would i predict a hung parliament and i think that a hung parliament will therefore be followed by a referendum because that will be the 2nd way of solving it so that will therefore be followed by a referendum because that will be the 2nd way of solving it so that the people's vote campaign move not had too much to cheer over the last few days that the people's vote campaign moved not had too much to cheer over the last few days that the 1000000 people at the rally recently watching their son you become the new pin
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up boy of a 1000000 people at the rally recently watching their son you become the new pin up boy of the people's homes for short if ever but bryson. lever the lever by thank you q is there is a. at last last the next 2 to newman it will not be a christmas election which the site's britain's european future so it will not be a christmas election which the site's britain's european future so if the tories when will be right and if liberal when b.n. but things are hardly that's the tories when will be right and if liberal when b.n. but things are hardly that straightforward in reality if the tories when we still can't be sure that the current agree straight forward in reality if the tories when we still can't be sure that the current agreement won't break down at the next stage of negotiation of a trade deal at the end of next month won't break down at the next stage of
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negotiation of a trade deal at the end of next year in other words there could still be a delayed nor do brick sit here and other words there could still be a delayed nor do a brick sit no deal is better than a bad deal as chamfered tories might see unfortunate no deal is better than a bad deal as chamfered tories might see unfortunately for all those who want to be short of brecht's it once and for all withdraw the pm it is only for all those who want to be short of brecht's it once and for all the withdraw the pm it is only stage one of a process almost without ain't meanwhile if labor we stage one of a process almost without ain't meanwhile if labor were to prevail in this yuletide pool then they would negotiate another european deal and put it to prevail in this yuletide pool then they would negotiate another european deal and put it to a referendum however it is not then clear whether the new labor got to
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a referendum however it is not then clear whether the new labor government itself would then campaign for brics it or for a main the obvious difficulty of mint itself would then campaign for brics it or for remain the obvious difficulties in explaining this policy may be why the main opposition party has not been exactly gag isn't. planing this policy may be why the main opposition party has not been exactly gagging to enter this winter election campaign then of course there is electoral ending to enter this winter election campaign then of course there is the electoral impact of the resurgent liberal democrats and the high flying s.n.p. these proved huge impact of the resurgent liberal democrats and the high flying s.n.p. these pro european parties could potentially when enough seats to pour rain on boris johnson's parade not peen parties could potentially when enough seats to pour rain on boris johnson's parade not to mention now you're waiting to pounce on any semblance of a break that betrayal to mention now you're waiting to pounce on any semblance of
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a break that betrayal boris johnson may find don't like to reason maybe for him that's an opinion poll lead boris johnson may find out like to visit me before him that's an opinion poll lead is no guarantee of untrammeled election success and thus is no guarantee of untrammeled election success and that's historian michael fried and made it alex the one consistent feature of winter polls of the last century and michael fried in mind it alex the one consistent feature of winter polls of the last century is that they did not turn out as expected at least by those who called them tree is that they did not turn out as expected at least by those who called them. the tories still start as heavy favorites and few commentators give labor much of a chance the tories still start as heavy favorites and few commentators give labor much of a chance but then just about everybody thought of jeremy corbyn last time round and
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just about and then just about everybody thought of jeremy corbyn last time round and just about everybody was wrong all the it's important to bill suggest that our political pundit everybody was wrong all these important tipple suggest that our political pundits may have to reconvene ere long to fully explain the next turn in the boot to breaks it this may have to reconvene ere long to fully explain the next turn in the boot to break that they'll examine how the campaign is going when it comes to this election we see as they like salmon have a campaign is going when it comes to this election we see as through a glass very darkly indeed and oh will become clear only when it's through a glass very darkly indeed and oh will become clear only when it is finally over next week we show how important crossed party parliament to finally over. next week we show how important cross party probably meant to work of fighting for key causes continued despite threats at sucking and all the political to work of fighting for
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key causes this continued despite threats at sucking and all the political bandwidth the celebrated t.v. that might tells us how the legislative breaks to bond with the celebrated t.v. that might improve on tells us how the legislative breakthrough on animal rights with these law was organized while most political commentators for transfer on animal rights says lho was organized while most political commentators were transfixed by the break 6 up but until then from alex mean all of the show is good batiks by the break 6 up but until then from alex mean all of the show it's good bye for now and we hope to see you next to the old for night and we hope to see you next to. you thank you thank you thank. you thank. you.
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thank you. how he. now had only. i only. during the dot com bubble. during the dot com bubble there was a lot of problems with c.e.o.'s an insider dumping style there was a lot of problems with c.e.o.'s an insider dumping stock right after the i.p.o. there should be a lockup period to force people right after the i.p.o.
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there should be a lockup period to force people key people to stay on for at least 6 months or a year to make sure this thing will keep people to stay on for at least 6 months or a year to make sure this thing gets out of the gate without too many problems here in this era of the good side of the gate without too many problems here in this era that we work being a primary example the founder insider was able to we work being a primary example the founder insider was able to dump almost a $1000000000.00 before you're the i.p.o. dumped almost a $1000000000.00 before your the i.p.o. . we have this little kid we sure was talking surprise us which was we had this
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little kid we sure was talking surprise us which was a surprise for me i was on the console a lot about that for well a surprise for me i was on the console a lot about that for well because these are media people they come to found their own kind so no need to trouble because these are media people they can defend their own kind so no need to prop. myself about it oxo i wasn't ready for that magnitude myself about it so i wasn't ready for that magnitude of things happening that when they began to happen it was the sign that the society happening back when they began to happen it was the sign that the society as it is was waiting to we asked what it meant it as it was waiting to we asked what it sees as promptly undone jobs. these as promptly undone jobs.
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cooked additional. cooked additional note of what was there not something to linger some pieces for just. a move to linger some it's just a book you're looking it's not the most. simple yet so when my future. looked with a simple yes sure my future. looked with a showing of the sky in the church don't you think i'm sure showing at the sky when the church. do you think i'm sure. you have the same sort of. boat of shipping. your fishing so to. both of shipping.
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you up and most of both the book is the work of the person you. are new most of both the book is the work of the books and your books are still mostly notes so i do know what the school search george bush you know so i do know what the school. but. it was the latest news. and. it was the latest news in the past. stuff no worries and i believe that the reason the put us. boys in the belief that the show yet of putting this was one of those. lyricists really out of place this was one of those a. lyricists really some really stupid yeah. it does.
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some really stupid yeah. it does is. just. plain luck. platelet platelet. play play play. play and love time
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playing lovely focusing on let me have a moment if people would be focusing on let me have a moment if people would. with a snap election on the way and a brick city extension. with a snap election on the way and a brick city extension in the bag the u.k.'s parliament finally starts talking about other things with the prime minister in the lead in the bag the u.k.'s parliament finally starts talking about other things with the prime minister and the leader of the opposition clashing everything from brush. to us designs of the opposition clashing over everything from brush. to us designs on the n.h.s. . meanwhile the race to become the us democrats 2020 on the n.h.s.
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. meanwhile the race to become the us democrats 2020 presidential candidacy is getting tighter with many still undecided on the presidential candidate this is getting tighter with many still undecided on who to choose. there's such a big push to just get. there's such a big push to just get donald trump out of office because there's a lot of confusion with the democrats and they're not really out of office because there's a lot of confusion with the democrats and they're not really but you know i mean together to make one strong candidate the biggest fright but you know i mean together to make one strong candidate and the biggest fright this halloween seems to be so where would that person defend his american university this halloween seems to be so where would that person defend his american university.

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