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tv   The Alex Salmond Show  RT  October 31, 2019 7:30pm-8:31pm EDT

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but this is because i know the whole house will want to join me in recording that off to 10 tumultuous years this is your last prime is 10 tumultuous years this is your last prime minister's questions and as befits a distinguished former wimbledon competitor you questions and as befits a distinguished former wimbledon competitor you have sat up there in your high chair and not just as an umpire 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 trademark ruthlessly adjudicating on the finer points of parliamentary procedure with your trademark tony montana scout and mr speaker i know just as a comment to tony montana scout i must speak i know just as a commentary offering your own opinions on the rallies you are watching sometimes a so they can sometimes offering your own opinions on the rallies you are watching
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sometimes so they can sometimes kindly but above all as a player in your own right i hope you would kindly but above all as a player in your own right i hope you would indulge me one moment while i say a word about you. i'm sure you will indulge me one moment while i say a word about you. i'm sure you will. i don't know what they're paying you. i don't know what they're paying him this is just me old i have nothing to show to i. just be owed i have the finish order i. was in 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 regime. prime minister has finished and you can take it from me the
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respect that resume your seat mr harper you don't stand where i'm standing and that's the end of it but i couldn't care less whether you like the secret stuff you don't stand where i'm standing and that's the end of it but i couldn't care less whether you like you don't you think it's nothing disorderly required by soul in order for you to get along he is nothing disorderly required by soul in order for you mr secure if you are a master of the old man it's just your. you are a master of the old man after the imposition of the my current band by president try after the imposition of the my current band by president even more strongly i have a few energy even more strongly i have a few other dress by president trump in westminster hall with us by president trump in westminster hall
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with the we will join alex with our pundits with the they will join alex with our pundits panel shortly but 1st to scotland economic commentator michael fry pan or shortly but 1st to scotland economic commentator michael fried is something of a rarity a free market economist but also a supporter of course it is something of a rarity a free market economist but also a supporter of scottish independence alex asked some west and scotland in this christmas break to independence alex asks him west and scotland in this christmas breakfast election and about his recollections of went elections of the past election and about his recollections of went elections of the past. michael frye political commentator but also a notable historian michael fry political commentator but also
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a notable historian so let's have a look at the when some of the actions of the 20th century know that there was another to let some a look at the when some of the actions of the 20th century know that there was another went to the election and fed lee in 1974 when edward teef told it by the minister with a majority in the house of commons went to the country and things done as he expect went to the election and fed lee in 1974 when told it 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 a an elected either absolutely not well he wanted to make it a an election of the government versus the trade unions which is in a rather distant ocean of the government versus the trade unions which is in a rather distant analogy from boris's election about the people versus parliament
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analogy from boris's election about the people versus parliament about the early seventy's had been a time of rising industrial about the early seventy's had been a time of rising industrial unrest especially as again britain was losing its reddest especially as again britain was losing its economic position in the world and various staple industries you know obviously my economic position in the world and various staple industries you know obviously mining but also in scotland ship building and coal mining then ng but also in scotland ship building and coal mining they were all falling victim to foreign competition so the obvious they were all falling victim to foreign competition. so the obviously the trade unions wanted to protect their members jobs and the industries they were where the trade unions wanted to protect their members jobs and the industries they
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were working in but the government had got to the point where it regarded regarded as an acting in but the government had got to the point where it regarded regarded as an absolute majority in the sestina that they should take charge and they should decide. in the sestina that they should take charge and they should decide which industries were going to survive because now of course they were prepared to offer 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 as much state money to do this but they weren't prepared to offer as much state money to the mines as arthur scargill and others wanted them to take money to the mines as arthur scargill and others wanted them to so that the loss of industrial disputes and edward heath and his cabinet. so that their loss of industrial disputes and edward
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heath and his cabinet well are not so much grew tired of this but got to the point where they thought with one shot well not so much grew tired of this but got to the point where they thought with one short sharp shock they can kill off the power of the trade unions short sharp shock they can kill off the power of the trade unions and the general election through have everyone 573 for one was that he said today the vote was the hilt and they deal with what happened then with a one parliament a hung parliament so nobody really got what they wanted or nobody would have but that's really when to go into what they wanted how but this wasn't an election you think voters johnson's in for a shock or do you think is the gambling correction you think brought us johnson's in for a shock or do you think. gambling correctly and manipulating his election. well certainly the lesson likely and manipulating his election. well certainly the
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lesson of those 2 previous examples of 923 months or so before of those 2 previous examples of 923 months or so before shows that things don't always go the way that the government expect shows that things don't always go the way that the government expects them to and has calculated that they will now this tax them to and has calculated that they will now this time we we don't really know we've had no real tests of 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 but the prospective public opinion about this well the brakes a deal has to be reached but the prospective breaks it deal is and in many ways it looks rather a poor deal i mean breaks it deal is and in many ways it looks rather
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a poor deal i mean. party says it's brilliant but not many other people to greet so either party says it's brilliant but not many other people to greet so i think because of the lack of evidence i think public opinion will be think because of the lack of evidence i think public opinion will be very volatile and more than usually it would depend on the way they volatile and more than usually it would depend on the way the campaign goes on in campaigns a full of accidents are expand the campaign goes on in campaigns are full of accidents are expected events and we still are either we still have people in europe back to the events and we still are either we still. i have people in europe who don't which is particularly well we have the european commission i'm assured by
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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 i think there's an awful lot could go who seem to be taking a dim view of the whole thing i think there's an awful lot could go wrong between now and mid december and hope that the situation skull wrong between now and mid december and hope that the situation in scotland michael fry how will the european position interplay with the scottish with michael fry how will the european position interplay with the scottish constitutional question well i think is very difficult to see anything but a constitutional question well i think it's very difficult to see anything but a good result for the s.n.p. who lost out last time went down from 50 a good result for the s.n.p. last time went down from 56 to 35 seats but this time i would expect them to regain
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the 35 seats but this time i would expect them to regain most if not all of those seats and i think as to resist if not all of those seats and i think there's 2 reasons for this i mean the 1st one is that's i think nicholas sturgeon has cause for this i mean the 1st one is that's i think nicholas sturgeon has quite subtly without going over the top kept the brute might subtly without going over the top kept the brew bubbling. independence for these last 3 years bubbling. independence for these last 3 years you know plenty of marches printed demonstrations plenty of him. 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 already going to go weeks about this and that so
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are they you know the trip the troops are already going to go so you can expect a very enthusiast to campaign. goes so you can expect a very enthusiast to campaign. but the at the same time the you'll be the actual object but the at the same time the you'll be the actual object the purpose of the election is to decide about brecht's it and the purpose of the election is to decide about brecht's it and that then awakens the original s.n.p. idea that then awakens the original s.n.p. idea that because scotland voted so heavily in favor of remain that because scotland voted so heavily in favor of remain at the european referendum this gives us a mandate to at the european referendum this gives us
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a mandate to go again for independence even if the attention of the you can go again for independence even if the attention of the u.k. is riveted on something else so i think at the end we'll get to the a 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 and we'll get 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 now the question it's a mandate for a new independence referendum now the question then is whether baris if he wins the election will grant that and then is whether baris if he wins the election. will grant you that that referendum which the answer i think is no or whether those
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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 and does that mean they're going to be some other combination of parties through which it might be achieved and does that mean the the s.n.p. staking everything on a another hung parliament and the s.n.p. staking everything on a another hung parliament and being able to examine influence to secure the the sections theft being able to exempt influence to secure the the sections theft the studs and wishes in order to decide to fire the other scottish referendum the studs in wishes in order to decide to fire the other scottish referendum well i think in practical terms that's the only way it can come you would have to have 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. and p. a minority labor government dependent on the s. and p.
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not necessarily in coalition but dependent for certain matches on the s.n.p. messire in coalition by dependent for certain matters on the s.n.p. members of the house of commons and then the condition of that support would members of the house of commons and then the condition of that support would be that joe be caught in would permits and other independence referendum be that gerry because ben 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 see what the outcome of 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 prime minister not of the election is i mean it may be that gerry corbett 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 a final question michael franti sure if you will to be prime minister what really
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had no choice but a final question michael fry you're an unusual beast in scottish politics and that you are a free market i you are an unusual beast in scottish politics in that you are a free market supporter of scottish independence what changes you would you like to see supporter of scottish independence what changes you would you like to see and how the independents argument 1 is deployed well i don't think i had to read it how the independents argument 1 is deployed well i don't think i had a referendum a head of the actual achievement of independence there's much chance of a 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 but they changing the policies of the s.n.p. i mean not sure the they're set in stone but they certainly have a heavy majority is in the conference is but you know the real tight they have
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a heavy majority is in the conference is but you know the real world awaits out there and the real world is composed of free market world awaits out there and the real world is composed of free markets on trade and if scotland wishes to participate in the international side of trade and if scotland wishes to participate in the international economy then free markets is the only way to go michael fry for economy then free markets is the only way to go michael fry from ed miller thank you very much indeed join us after the break well. thank you very much indeed. join us after the break where our panel of political pundits will unstick questions on where the party stunned a star panel of political pundits what the questions and where the party stunned us was still a tease start. felicity's. we
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have this goal almost. and. we have this little most kids we should was talking surprise us which was a surprise for me i was we sure was talking surprise us which was a surprise for me i was on the console all along but that thought well this is these are media people they come to on the console a lot about that for what well this is these are media people they come to found their go kind so no need to trouble myself about it not so i have found their go kind so no need to trouble myself about it not so i wasn't ready for their magnets you all things happening that when they began wasn't ready for this magnitude all
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things happening that when they began to happen it was the sign that the society as it is was waiting to happen it was the sign that the society as it is was ready to we asked to what it sees as a confluence jobs issue we asked to what it sees as a conflict we are in the job. centers being criminalized speech is being arrested. dissent is being criminalized speech is being arrested just asked max blumenthal editor of the grey zone project and a leading and just max blumenthal editor of the grey zone project and a leading investigative journalist increasingly questioning mainstream media narratives and it's
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a gate of journalist increasingly questioning mainstream media narratives and interrogating policymakers can get you banned monetized the rest. interrogating policymakers can get you banned monetized and even arrested. today there are good dentists and bad evidence the message. today there are good dentists and bad evidence the bad dentists and those in yemen who the united states deems to be a threat the looked at it that those in yemen who the united states deems to be a threat the looked at it is those what in syria the cia and the u.s. military were engaged in just those what in syria the cia and the u.s. military were engaged in covert actions really throughout the world. where they were assassinating covert actions really throughout the world. where they were
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assassinating populist leaders they were back populous and with leaders in the pool it's very they were going to a baptist cannot run that waiting room all of our marines with supposed funding an army of death squads there's no phones and one store because there's no one on phones and almost all because there's always a small people from really going through and that's probably the most relief from profit but that's. the profit.
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welcome back as a runners light not for the christmas a. welcome back as a run as line up for the christmas election race the best people to my cue cards are our panel of pundits people action race the best people to my cue cards are our panel of pundits peter oborne knows more about the in a workings of the tory party than any other commentator while little god knows more about the inner workings of the tory party than any other commentator while lembit
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or pick as a former presidential candidate over the democrats they are both in a bit or pick as a former presidential candidate over the democrats they are both in conversation with alex so what about the shock of the star conversation with alex. so what about the at the circumstances of this general election being called a bit of a pantomime isn't it i mean and monday it is of the general election being called a bit of a pantomime isn't it i mean and monday the house of commons solemnly throws it back in the prime minister's face and then cheers every day the house of commons solemnly throws it back in the prime minister's face and ensures every degree is we're going to have the election after all but the circumstances of the selection being called igneous we're going to have the election after all but the circumstances of the selection being called well i sort of think it was needed and then whether or not this one of the circumstances well i sort of think it was needed and then whether or not this one of the circumstances i think we needed to
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have this out is a big everything that got blocked i think we needed to have this out is a big everything that got blocked and now we're going to have the most momentous general election of modern and now we're going to have the most momentous general election of modern british history probably of the last 100 years is going to be british history probably of the last 100 years is going to be an election which will be more brutally for my purse sides and more unpredictable election which will be more brutally for my purse sides and more unpredictable because you've got 4 passes or got great chances a big book because you got 4 passes or got great chances the big game for player prime ministers to surely be in getting india will get in and we.
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should have been a huge humiliation today the 31st should have been his day if it should have been a huge humiliation today the 31st should have been his day if it toward him and you know when we're not out of the european union after all and he's not dead that toward him and you know when we're not out of the european union i. after all and he's not dead that it's true that joe swenson's tactics the leader of the lib dems bath it's true that joe swenson's tactics the leader of the lib dems baffled me because i think that she's after a referendum and she's given mr johnson because i think that she's after a referendum and she's given mr johnson election nevertheless there are all kinds of problems for the british prime some election nevertheless there are all kinds of problems for the british prime minister there's the brits it party which is going to fight it i think that's the sinister there's the brits it party which is going
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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 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 revote conservative i don't know as one of the 10 percent of the voters which would not revert conservative i don't know as one of the many questions like why is that there are massive issues about his intake of many questions like why is that there are massive issues about his integrity he's a man who keeps on making broken promises and telling lies it's a big problem. he's a man who keeps on making broken promises and telling lies it's a big problem for british prime minister into that election is not trust trusted him for british prime minister into that election he's not trust trusted i'm not so sure of the results that have a you know lot of the liberal democrats i'm not so sure of the results that have
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a you know lot the liberal democrats surely if stolen a march and to live with the s.n.p. is stolen a march on the track surely if stolen a march and to live with the s.n.p. stolen a march on the labor party by forcing the selection to the extent in an expedient way the labor party by forcing the selection to. stance in an expedient way they have just once and wanted an election they've made a calculation they think they can gain seats and they have just once and wanted an election they've made a calculation they think they can gain seats in remains sympathetic areas she's probably right but there's a bigger mistake in remains sympathetic areas she's probably right but there's a bigger mistake here and we've just been discussing that sees more or less squandered the opportunity and we've just been discussing that sees more or less squandered the opportunity for a referendum in preference to a general election the general election will be the referent 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 and if the lib dems don't make much impact brandon and if boris johnson does well and if the lib dems don't make much impact there let's assume labor's kind of abstaining on the moment then that they're that's assumed labor's kind of abstaining on the moment then that's the end of remain that's the end of any prospect of rerunning this debate it's the end of remain that's the end of any prospect of rerunning this debate now in chess you play not one move ahead but about 5 moves ahead it seems to me 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 he couldn't lose either he got his deals in those done that because by the beginning of this week he couldn't lose either he got his deal through he got as election decisions through or the public would be on his heel through he got as election decisions through or the public would be on his side because he was
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prevented as it turns out he's got exactly what he wanted a breakfast that because he was prevented as it turns out he's got exactly what he wanted a breakfast that based election where his only real problem is the bracks a party i definitely election where his only real problem is the. it's a party i definitely opposition parties ross has a deal on the specters the as they could have done for position parties ross has a deal on the specters the as they could have done for the committee stages of amendments in the house of commons pointing out that little committee stages and of amendments in the house of commons pointing out its limitations its inconsistency is that they try to go back to the chess analogy limitations it's an inconsistency they try to go back to the chess analogy alex he's had them in check for move after move after move actually but alex he's had them in check for move after move after
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move actually boris has had everybody else on the back 1st so i think he's caused those winsome to make it for us as have 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 he's absolutely cornered 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 nor money because they feel that the labor party you don't want an election for love nor money because they feel that they're too riven and the 2 have staining on this because the north their supporters are very protracted too riven and the 2 have staining on this because the north their supporters are very pro bracks said in the south their program main the real losers here are probably going to be the labor party said in the south their program main the real losers here are probably going to be the labor party and against my guest will be the tories so the been there simply the liberals and against my guest will be the tories so the been there simply the liberals both
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thought they could make gate. them there for the logic in the election both thought they could make gate. their for the logic in the election but might end up with a bottle stores of a comfortable majority but might end up with a bottle. because of a comfortable majority and 5 years of partly do you think it's just cut and dried to start for 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 have many twists and turns i think mr johnson or do you think the selection will of played blacks have many twists and turns i think mr mr pickett is an interesting analysis he may be right but that's. mr pic is an interesting analysis he may be right but there's consider the conservatives are going to lose their seats in scotland they're going to lose quite a lot of said conservatives are going to lose their seats in scotland they're going
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to lose quite a lot of seats in the south to the lib dems and possibly include the oxbridge conceits in the south to the lib dems possibly include the oxbridge constituency occupied by the prime minister seriously forecasting the pride nose for themselves to see occupy by the prime minister seriously forecasting the pride knows that himself is in danger he absolutely i think he is i think they're going to do they're going to lose seats in the lumber physical danger he absolutely i think he is i think they're going to be they're going to lose seats in london again to lose seats in the southwest they're going to lose seats in scotland so then again to lose seats in the southwest they're going to lose seats in scotland the question then that whether that the mythical working class of the question then that whether that the mythical working class vote the brics it votes in concert up in the northeast and in the middle of the brics it votes in concert up in the northeast
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and in the midlands they're going to come over abandon labor and go on to the conservatives learns they're going to come over abandon labor and go on to the conservatives let's see it's a massive gamble this would be let's see it's a massive. since we've been followed by i beg to differ mr obama because as far as i see it we form about it i beg to differ mr obama because as far as i see it we overestimate party loyalty at the moment and underestimate the power of blacks it overestimate party loyalty at the moment and underestimate the power of blacks it lots of former lead them seats are really pro breck's it especially in a long lots of former lib dems seats are really pro bracks it especially in a london there will be an uplift for their dams i think particularly as you say in the southwest and then there will be an uplift for their dams i think particular as you say in the southwest but by and large the great rich pickings here are in the
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north of england for the conservatives 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 look pro bracks it to keep that vote where the labor party really need to look pro bracks it to keep that vote and but the big fly in the ointment for boris johnson is nice of rousing the ranks of party if he doesn't but the big fly in the ointment for boris johnson is nice of rousing 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 hasn't do a deal then i totally agree with you on this then he's got 10 percent as a hoss's to fortune i personally think he has to have a back door chats with knights of are all says to fortune i personally think he has to have a back door chats with nigel for hours then he's all set but somebody else might remain on the boss is probably not as then he's all set but somebody else might remain on the ball as is probably not as germy caught up in the last election of
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every single political commentator germy caught up in the last election of every single political commentator under-estimated call buttons ability as he campaigner it will not be that underestimated call bins ability as he. campaigner you may not be that the best or even mediocre parliamentary leader but as a campaigner on the last election the best or even mediocre parliamentary leader but as a campaigner on the last let's be clear shot to the summit absolutely and i think that clearly shortened to the summit absolutely and i think that i don't necessarily share your assumption they're going to stay i don't know all of the business rest solely share your assumption they're going to abstain of breaks in the hope i don't actually will they will put the i don't believe as a solution it will it doesn't clearly do that because. if that doesn't do them i
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leave that would guess they will back a referendum guess that that's what they will back into rooms referendum and them about what they see moving to be towards have the move in looking towards in other words you're going to have that they're going to soak up quite a lot of remain averts other words are going to happen that they're going to soak up quite a lot of remain averts their gains i think that's they they will they will respond over birds i don't see how their games i think that's they they will they will respond over birds i don't see how they cope and they can just sit all sit on the fan of advancer job at the front but with a preview of this of his if they go thing for go before referendum front a lot of slots are actually actually being since it superseded by their real rebel referendum it from them which is the difference and what a dilemma actually actually if you read if you really are obsessed with remain you vote there dan if you're obsessive brax it you vote tory are obsessed with remain you vote they're damned if you're obsessive brax it you vote tory or maybe bracks
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a party the labor party so visibly splits with 3 or maybe bracks a party the labor party so visibly split with leader who is each one who isn't both just as opposed to that way off as a president of the budget or take office to get on make it as a state from. can convince them that this will be a bit stellar going to be a christmas election you know we should all be watching all of that this will be at 7 going to be a christmas election you know we should all be watching all as a wonderful life. who probably won't read it as a wonderful life. who will be watching political debates but are you convinced it's going to stay as a black sir election well i think it will do it but are you convinced it's going to stay as a black sir election well i think it will do because of the fact that boris johnson's got the dream ticket here nothing's really because of the fact that boris johnson's got the dream ticket here nothing's really been formally agreed it had all been
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done and dusted the 3rd meeting wallace and then we could talk about informally agreed if it had all been done and dusted the 3rd meeting wallace and then we could talk about the health service and of the us but when your biggest suit spotless johnson not to have his 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 that the electorate it suits for party you'll through the commons because it will still be to be decided that the electorate it suits 4 parties boris johnson as a brick sits here to some extent nizer for as you can why the party's boris johnson as a brick sits here to some extent nizer for as you can why give the tory dog if he gets it right the lib dems who will make some modest gains as remain a tory dog if he gets it right the lib dems who will make some modest gains as remain as the s.m. pay because they've got their agenda the one party this doesn't suit and has the s.m. pay because they've got their agenda the one party this doesn't suit is the labor
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party and that's where the cannibalization of votes will take place and i think that is 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 advantage and maybe turn extent the live demo mantell really hammer edge to the tory advantage and maybe turn extent. them and aunties of people you know the inner workings of the tory party more than just about the wonders of people you know the inner workings of the tory party more than just about anyone but the departure of so many of the tory wise head of the departure of so many of the tory wise heads how was that to be solved just this weekend with the sweet philip it's how was that to be solved just this weekend with this week philip hammond desperately trying to stop an election appealing for everybody to grow up and become a desperately trying to stop an election appealing for everybody to grow up and be
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cooled down because that wasn't likely to happen but nonetheless what is that going to do to the but all doubt 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 are very worried about i think that elements of the conservative party and are there some people who are very worried about i think that unlike labor which is technically united the conservative unlike labor which is technically united the conservative party let's not forget has actually split it's very interesting to see how they're going to conduct themselves 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 sending a message to middle of the road voters in this election because that's sending a message to middle of the road voters that the conservative party has may have become a federal party who the conservative party has may have become a federal party whose election campaign is going to be run by i'm assuming it will
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we will find out one of the questions election campaign is going to be run by i'm assuming it will we will find out one of the questions dominic cummings this federal. known in the man around dominic cummings this federal. known. you know the man around vote lead hates conservatives it's worth bearing in mind he hates the conservative party want to break up late 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 the fine wine and is this isn't the you know manner for that of the dog in its coverage under the fine wine and is this person going to run in other words a conservative party is right for a run it is run by a person going to run in other words a conservative party is right for him rather it is run by cummings who will run it as a revolutionary party which wants basically to destroy the it's a comic who will run it as a revolutionary party which wants basically to destroy the institutions of the
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british state including the rule of law 8 parliament. of the british state including the rule of law 8 parliament. and it's quite interesting that that party which is not the conservative and that's quite interesting that that party which is not the conservative party i recognise a bit of a had the honor of reporting in 30 years of the political chorus to party i recognise a bit of a had the honor of reporting in 30 years of political correspondent generally speaking of service we go another lot this long run by cummings with this with these creature john that generally speaking of service we go another lot this long run by cummings with this with these creature jobs somewhat there isn't a mark of a revival for bottles johnson in only a few weeks of don't somewhat there isn't a mark of a revival for bottles johnson in only a few weeks ago all the supreme court clears rules that he directed at all the supreme court clears rules 30 that acted unlawfully misled have managed the
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queen and there is heavy odds on favorite to run lawfully misled of most of the queen and there is heavy odds on favorite to run problem and paul nominate knocks let it to actually point points well here we'll see what sells till it's fast don't do not the store farm and they will have stood on. and i have never thought seen bros johnson look like he's waving he's got a game plan actually i'm pretty impressed never thien bros johnson looked 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 in the election secondly you're right this or that 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 creatures don't staff they read purpose an awful lot of feral activity going on pet feral creatures don't staff they rip apart the weak and at the moment there is weakness but not in the conservative party noble part the weak and at the moment there is weakness but not in the conservative party noble good to reassemble previous points and this
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campaign stuff to get others good to reassemble various points and this campaign stuff to get others just being fired at the present moment 1st level but who's to searching for just begin. to play a little moment to do 1st but. totally authority for all who has got a role to do i predict overall majority for the conservatives and the size of that majority is dependent on one binary question servitors and the size of that majority is dependent on one binary question does he do a deal with the backs of party night or for ours or not if he does the deal than does he do a deal with the bracks a party night 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 a big majority if he doesn't he'll scrape through what sort of shape could that deal take them in. the off of the brakes apply cut off from seats leaving aside the
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templeman what do you offer the brakes apply cut off from seats leaving aside the temptation on the verge of giving one province in one appeal for areas in the area . at the other party the other this a part of this is is t.t. uses. the bracks at party is the attack dogs with the awkward squad the people peter mansbridge part is the attack dogs with the awkward squad the people of peter mentioning before who have left the conservative party put the brakes of passing before who have left the conservative party put the bricks of party in there to smash their chances of winning and then elsewhere get the better 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 the conservatives but what about it peter as we study either to not stand or to really go easy on the conservatives but what about it peter as we start the race when who's going to get their leader and who just was
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going to be there at the finish our aid start the race when who is going to take their lead to and who just was going to be there at the finish i think that boris johnson will take the early lead i think though it's a very rocky think that boris johnson will take the early lead i think though it's a very rocky path he has to as the charter and i would i predict a hung path he has to as the charter and i would i predict a hung parliament and i think that a hung parliament will therefore be followed by a referee 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 the people's vote campaign moves not ended because that will be the 2nd way of solving it so that the people's vote campaign move not heard too much to cheer over the last few days that the 1000000 people or the rally recently trimmers to cheer over the last few days the 1000000 people at the rally recently watching their son you become the
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new pin up boy of people's fort worth watching their son you become the new pin up boy of people's fort worth bryce. all over thank you as a. price. thank you is over. at last the bricks to name it will now be a christmas elec. at last the bricks to a new mall it will now be a christmas election which the site's britain's european future so if the tories when will be right and action which the cites britain's european future so if the tories when will be right and if labor win will be n. but things are hardly that straightforward in reality a flavor when b.n. but things are hardly that straightforward in reality if the tories when we still can't be sure that the current agreement won't break down at the next stage 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
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a trade deal at the end of next year and other words they could have negotiation of a trade deal at the end of next year and other words they could still be a delayed nor do a brick sit no deal is better than a bad deal still be a delayed nor do a brick sit no deal is better than a bad deal as triumphant tories might see unfortunately for all those who want to be short of a strength and tories might see unfortunately for all those who want to be short of brecht's it once and for all the withdrawal agreement is only stage one of a process almost breaks it once and for all the withdraw the pm it is only stage one of a process almost without ain't meanwhile if labor were to prevail in this yuletide pool just without ain't meanwhile if labor were to prevail in this yuletide pool then they would negotiate another european deal and put it to a referendum however than they would negotiate another european deal and put it to a referendum however it is not then clear whether the new labor government itself
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would then campaign for it is not then clear whether the new labor government itself would then campaign for brics it or further mean the obvious difficulties in explaining this policy may be why sit or fir remain the obvious difficulties in explaining this policy may be why the main opposition party has not been exactly gagging to enter this went to election day. the main opposition party has not been exactly gagging to enter this winter election campaign then of course there's the electoral impact of the resurgent liberal democrats campaign and of course there is the electoral impact of the resurgent liberal democrats and the high flying s.n.p. these pro european parties could potentially when enough seat in the high flying s.n.p. these pro european parties could potentially when enough seats to pour rain on boris johnson's parade not to mention nigel frosh wait it's so poor rain on boris johnson's parade not to mention nigel frosh waiting to pounce on any semblance of
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a break that betrayal boris johnson may find time to paint so any semblance of a break that betrayal boris johnson may find out like to reserve me before him just an opinion poll lead is no guarantee of like to reserve me before him just an opinion poll lead is no guarantee of untrammeled election success and that's historian michael fighter minded alex donald elections success and as historian michael fried amended alex the one consistent feature of winter polls of the last century is that they did not turn out as 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 the tories still start as heavy expected at least by those who called them. the tories still start as heavy favorites and few commentators give labor much of a chance but then just about everybody favorites and few commentators give labor much of a chance but then just about everybody thought of me carbon last time round and
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just about everybody was wrong it will be carbon last time round and just about everybody was wrong all the it's important to bill suggest that our political pundits may have to reconvene ere long all these important to pull suggest that our political pundits may have to reconvene ere long to fully explain the next turn in the short to break that they'll examine how the campaign is going to fully explain the next turn in the short to break that they'll examine how the campaign is going when it comes to this election we see as through a glass very darkly and when it comes to this election we see as through a glass very darkly indeed and oh will become clear only when it is finally over $8.00 and 0 will become clear only when it is finally over. next week we show how important cross party parliament to work of fighting for key causes is can next week we show how important cross party parliament to work of fighting for key causes is continued despite threats at sucking and all the political bandwidth the
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celebrated t.v. news despite breaks at sucking and all the political bandwidth the celebrated t.v. but my impression tells us how that legislative breakthrough on animal rights we see a slow wave it might improve on tells us how the legislative breakthrough on animal rights we see slow was organized while most political commentators were transfixed by the break 6 up was organized while most political commentators were transfixed 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 but until then from alex mean all of the show it's goodbye for night and we hope to see you next to. you. next to. you thank you. thank you. thank you.
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