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but Stephen Stephen Edgington on the line now I'm Steve the director of politics UMobile Stephen time to change the Prime Minister it certainly is correct you know it's politician UK YouTube channel by the way yes I'm saying trying to finance the right now yep and who do you see is the best person to take everything well I think the only person that I've working at the moment it's obviously Boris Johnson I think he's got the support of a lot of sort of conservative base and I think that he's got support of a lot of the country the extent mile I think he talks you know proper sense common sense politics and it's what the people of this country need we need someone who's actually speaking up for them rather than sort of remain as we've run the country for the last sort of forty three years well maybe speaking of for you but I'm not sure that he speaks out for the entire country well I've gone around the country and I've spoken to people as part my job and 60-million paper ridiculous well I think go to evidence shows to me that a lot of people around the country really support that his sort of straight talking politics and I think that he's right to do that I'm glad that he speaks his mind and he doesn't really care about the consequences of people in Westminster and sort of BBC presenters who might get very very angry with them you know what he said it's all upset about what he said but he just go straight to public and says what they think so I think that's a brilliant thing and when asked one of the key words that people associate with Boris Johnson is the word buffoon I think it's got the country to be a buffoon is it well I think that's the precision of a large number of the public I'm sure it is and I'm sure a lot of the public think that jeremy corbyn's an anti-semite and a large number the public think that reason is absolutely useless I mean that that's just part of the course of being in politics I think when you have these images of you know Boris taunting it's obviously got this sort of feeling like image that's fine and he's also a very great politician I mean to see some of his statements in the columns it made some absolutely brilliant speech is very very statement statesman like man and I think he could be a great Prime Minister he didn't exactly cover himself in glory as foreign secretary did he I think he did I think you need qualified that one well okay he's certainly not popular with the EU I think that's a good thing personally on the European Union obviously very very happy with threesome a being Prime Minister a lot about the negotiations I think we should have someone standing up for Britain and not continually giving concessions for the European Union I think it's great they don't like him fine but have finally someone who would stand up for our country but the point there being them if they don't like him and they see Theresa May as their best option they're gonna make her we'll check his proposal certain aspects of it certainly they'll view it perhaps more palatable more generously than they might otherwise if they see her as their best option so getting that sort of breaks it that suits them I mean I think this is a good consequence of what's going on to be honest I'm glad that the EU are finally saying look we're happy to have a proper negotiation with the UK and if that means that because they're so terrified of forests on to becoming Prime Minister and they're happy finally talk to us about having a proper trade deal they're not fond of me Stephen let's talk briefly about the timing of this do you think that this is appropriate timing for people to be talking about a potential change of conservative leadership I think it should have happened months ago I think we've got a you know you've got to get on with it if we're going to have a change the leader we've got to do it now and we don't do it now and we've got a split with Teresa maybe because there really isn't enough time logistical e to change the brakes that deal what's going on obviously be got checkers it's going to take a while to replace three scenarios we do it for a leadership challenge you know that could take weeks months in terms of you know the actual process and then that leaves almost no time to negotiate a new breakfast deal so we would be crashing out then which I don't think would be a disaster however I think that we are running out time and I'm not happy with breakfast well we had to emps to a breakfast in the ERG for example they have done as disastrous job in terms of organization I think they've got a lot of egos and I'm really disappointed in that because they could have got with a threesome a a long time ago or at least you know all go to checkers a long time ago but they keep on waiting awaiting waiting and the longer they wait the more likely it is that we're going to get a worse deal with the European Union Stephen do you think that that handling breaks it is something of a poisoned chalice no I don't I think that the fact that we are being handled so the people handling breck say and the UK government are so anti-black said they despise it you know all the civil servant none of them voted brexit we've got to remain a cabinet we've got a remain of Prime Minister and when you have people who do not believe and the main policy in this country of course they're going to make a bad job of it of course they're not going to believe in it now that means they can't deliver it properly if it's British people with what people voted for so I think both sides had huge failures and a British politician you know at least I believe totally failed – you know install the proper Prime Minister and a proper plan for leaving the EU on a Canada style free trade deal and remain is on the other side had perfectly failed to institute something to respect the result the fact of course is that however brexit pans out whatever the result of it is it will never be universally popular will it do you accept that I mean the referendum itself okay yes the levers one but it was close and there's certainly a division in within the House of Commons within the country so whatever happens it will never be universally popular will it my point being is if you are looking to change the Prime Minister are you not better to leave Theresa May where she is and let her drink from that poisoned chalice and then replace it with somebody to deal with the consequences who can then be more of a hero I think it's I think it's time to replace her now though that's a problem because we have a checkers agreement which in my opinion does not respect the result it means that we have to carry on taking laws from the European Union we will be a rule taker rather than a rule maker and I think the checkers is it's basically a disaster this country leave us as a vassal state and essentially we would not be in the European you know or outside the European Union we'd be between so I think there's time to get rid through saying now you know all this stuff you're right you're right in the sense that all this bad stuff through your checkers is on her and as soon as we get rid of her and instigate someone who really believes in it then yes fine the country was doing a better and we'll have a lot better prospects of winning a next general election for the Conservatives but I think it's conjugate of her now while she's going through this checkers proposal I think is total disaster for the UK and if she doesn't replace the checkers proposals and yeah she has to go do you think Stephen that looking at it Michel Barnier said earlier this week that November as a possible date time for a deal was still doable as long as certain prerequisites were met do you think if we change the Prime Minister if we change the the current policy that's on the table we could possibly hold ourselves back in terms of getting a better deal for brexit come March next year I think that there is very possible to get a Canada style free trade deal with the European Union which is what they had on the table a few months ago with Donald Tusk this is what happened to the ERG meeting today look we could have a proper breakfast we could have a counter style free trade deal that would be comprehensive it wouldn't be crashing out the European Union on No Deal it wouldn't be staying in certain parts of the European Union like checkers and it will be the perfect option for the UK so I think there is time to do that still and Theresa may really needs for scrap checkers now and bringing the Canada style free trade deal like Greg Spears have been saying from all along we've talked about the possibility of Boris Johnson taking over the Conservative Party does have a history of maybe electing as its new leader not the most obvious or the the the most obvious candidate so do you really think if there were to be a challenge to Teresa Mays leadership it would be Boris Johnson who ultimately would replace it or there are other people you think might be in contention I remember for a very long time George Osborne was meant to be the next prime minister yeah and I think you're totally right I think that they probably won't be Boris Johnson if you look at the history of conservative party leadership elections there's very much a strong chance for a charismatic young probably Tory MP who was the breakfast here I'm really pleased in the cause you could come out of nowhere and he could storm the party and it you could become Prime Minister I simply have no idea but yeah you're right from history's perspective I don't think Boris Johnson is going to be Prime Minister if we look at previous conservative election right no I hear what you say Stephen thanks for joining us really do appreciate it as Steven Eddington director of politics

Watch the explosive interview with Labour Brexiteer Brendan Chilton | James Whale

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Former General Secretary of Labour Leave Brendan Chilton joined James Whale and Ash on their show to discuss the state of Brexit and the benefits of leaving …

Vox pop on having to vote in European Parliament elections (18Apr19)

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The people of Ramsgate are interviewed on their thoughts on Brexit being delayed, so ahving to fight the European Parliament elections in May 2019. recorded …

Diane Abbott vs basic maths & logic

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Watch Abbott’s biggest gaffes over the years, from 2017 local election numbers to “white people like to divide and rule”

do you know the number of net losses so far for labor at the time of us doing this interview I think the net loss is about 50 they're actually 125 net losses so far well the last time I looked we had net losses of a hundred but obviously this is a moving picture so how much would ten thousand police officers cost well um if we recruit the ten thousand men and women over a four-year period we believe it will be about three hundred thousand pounds three hundred thousand pounds but sorry three thousand police officers are you telling them no I mean sorry how much will they cost they will cost they will it will cost um about about 80 million how about 80 million pounds we've never had this conscience never had it don't know what you think would you be prepared to preemptively use a nuclear weapon if it was to save millions of lives in this country we don't believe that the most pressing threat yes or no if yes or no it's one of the single most important questions any government in the world can have if they have nuclear weapons is if you have to use it would you use it why can nobody on the labor side say yes or no to that simple question yes as we know because we believe there are many more pressing threats and the debates around pressing the button actually two tracks I'm talking about the real pressing set chemical wealth warfare to the solid pressing than somebody about to nuke us into extinction use you say people speak in code about read you haven't spoken in code you said white people love playing divided and room we shouldn't play their game max you'd never imagine Michael saying that changing that to saying black people like playing I'd imagine duo happens here and what would happen if he said it you didn't spare ago I thought that was quite a racist remark was it not not I think it's a starting point to say that white people not some or a few or even many but white people as he group I love playing divide and rule I was referring to the history of the British Empire but you were contextualizing it to the present day when too many were temporizing Julie was referred by were you referring to the Steven long's case or something happened long after we had an empire when a royal prince dressed in SS uniform he was absolutely you know condemned had he worn a Mao outfit nobody would have blinked why is that why is it right to wear a Maoist t-shirt but obviously wrong but it is to wear a Hitler t-shirt I suppose some people will judge that on balance Marge is more good than harm I can't figure out you

"What if EU Elections are cancelled?" – Farage Responds

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but there are some in the commentary at who think ah what they'll do to stop the brexit party winning these elections is they will come to a deal between the Labour and conservative parties they'll come to a deal on a form of permanent customs union they'll come to a deal on membership of the single market they'll come to a deal on the continued free movement of people they'll come to a deal and that'll be great because it'll stop the brexit party from taking off let me tell you if that grubby deal happens and if they're able to stop which I don't believe they are but if they're able to stop these European elections far from that stopping the brexit party the brexit party in the face of a level of betrayal on that level will literally explode and split the other parties into [Applause]

Farage warns of the 'final betrayal' over Brexit

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Nigel Farage tells Sophy Ridge that a Conservative-Labour Brexit deal would be a betrayal of the Brexit vote.

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hello again now he said he'd gone into semi-retirement from politics but Nigel Raj is back leading a brand-new party and he joins us now thanks very much for being on the program and it feels like to start with those local election results of course a brexit party wasn't standing and but it seems like the conclusion drawn by both labour and the Conservatives is that the public want them to do a deal what do you think would be the consequence I don't agree about what the public want is to leave the European Union you know we were promised we'd leave on the 29th of March 500 MPs voted for it the Prime Minister told is over 100 times we were leaving on that date the public don't want a deal and certainly not the deal that mrs. Mays talking about this morning no permanent customs union alignment with single market rules the public want to leave and for us to get on with the rest of that watching our lives what do you think the consequences would be if Therese may enter Amy Corbin did push forward some kind of customs union oh I think if they push forward with this it will be seen as a coalition of politicians against the people and I think millions of people would give up on both labour and the Conservatives I really do so it could be almost like a realignment this would be the final betrayal of it frankly if Bayside's up to this I can't see the point of the Conservative Party even existing you know what's it for I mean you've got you're using some quite loaded language hit a final betrayal and your stools they're talking about what the public want me but the problem with this isn't it is that people want different things there are clearly some people who support your party well we'd like us to leave with no diff univers also a lot of people who would like to see a deal or perhaps even to remain in the EU in the last two months there's been a remarkable shift in polling in this country you know leaving on WTO terms with no deal is now the most popular option but it's not a majority is it oh if you offer people the choice it should we stay and have a second referendum or leave on WTO terms w here terms has a majority but they're not the only toy every single region of in London well they are either we stay and we leave and that's really what it's all about and I honestly think if Mae and Corbin put together a deal where we leave in name only but we're stuck inside all the European Union structures then I think the realignment the British politics will happen II more quickly I genuinely believe that sw1 the Westminster bubble not just the politicians of much the comment area to under estimating the desire for change out there in this country let's look at some of the polling shall we you of course didn't stand as we said in the local elections but have to say the bricks that party is looking as if it is going to do extremely well in the European election so this is the latest polling from you gov you're up there on 30% I mean how are you expecting to happen well I think that we've clearly done very very well as a very new party we've done well with the UK though that's almost disappeared we've done well with a conservative vote I think the significance of what you saw on Thursday will be good I want two people down let me just finish finish the significance of Thursday night as we saw the first cracks in the Labour vote you know the Labour parliamentary party are very very remain lots of them pushing for a second referendum and to remain but there are five million voters out there labour voters who voted leave particularly in the Midlands the North and South Wales and I'd love between now and polling there to have a debate with Jeremy Corbyn about this because people are very confused as to what Labour standing for that challenge what it is a Chafee what it is a challenge absolutely I think if we can dig in if we can dig in to the Labour vote that we can surprise even ourselves how well we do on May 23rd that polling was not looking very good for new cake was actually mentioned down on 4% yeah when you see that do you think of SAS or do you actually feel frequently 26 years of my life I was with Yuki if I was the leader the chairman the national organizer you know for me leaving you kit was a difficult thing to do but now frankly it's past his sell-by date it serves no purpose it's done it's gone I mean Tommy Robinson is an advisor to UK yeah one of its MEP candidates of you has used the N word other offensive language yeah I mean how would you define racism oh well in in in the case of that particular candidate it's just outright abuse you know offensive abuse and there's no doubt they've got a matter action frankly you know we won't even be discussing them after this is you could a racist party well risk I think that it's attracted certain individuals that I would never have allowed join UK okay well now let's talk about the brexit party shall we who's funding you amazing so he just yesterday we hit 85,000 yesterday registered supporters all paying twenty five pounds work it out we've raised getting on for two million pounds through individual people joining through our website um and I can't think that any other party in the UK's ever raise money like that even said an interview previously that you've received one big donation oh oh yes I'm really gonna tell you his name are not because of you because then you would all hound him this is the new transparent politics and yeah I will be declaring it at the end of July so just tell me that I don't see why I I don't see one individual well I said he what if everybody else will that's fine but you know what'll happen if I took at the name of this person you will hound him all of you you'll be outside his house for the next three weeks so no and anyway it's irrelevant it's a small donation it's a small donation of one hundred thousand pounds we've raised I repeat maybe two million pounds in twenty five pounds from individual assessment scrutiny and you'll get it and he'll get it all in good time who's funding change UK well well there you are there you go I also want to ask you about Claire Fox as well yeah one of your candidates at the top of your list in the northwest and now of course there has been some media attention on the fact that she hasn't disavowed and some of these comments that were made in nineteen ninety-three defending this is a classic stitch-up smear story number one she made no comments herself in 1933 but she was a member of a left-wing organization who were Irish Republicans nothing unusual in that and what they said the Revolutionary Communist Party of which she was a member they said we defend the right to the Irish people to take whatever measures are necessary in their struggle for freedom I mean that was made I think we may be looking at Warrington let's just be very clear she we Claire Fox says there were dreadful things that happened before the peace agreement which which which which she hates the fact that they occurred she supports the Good Friday Agreement and does not want politics to be perceived by violent means and the irony of being attacked of her being attacked when Jeremy Corbyn John McDonnell were personal friends of shin fain IRA personal friends / attended Palestinian master ceremonies you know commemorating people who tortured and murdered Israeli athletes you know frankly Claire fought frankly this is a relevant college Amy Corbin has said he has spoken to all sides in the debate I have also asked her in Corbin about his you know relationship with the IRA in previous interviews I think it's fair to say that he knew I was a beginners very very well absolutely and now I also want to ask you about some points that you have made and quite recently as well this was at the Lock Haven University in the United States and you were talking about immigration and integration and you said about this I could take you to a town called Oldham in the north of England where literally on one side of the streets where everybody is white and on the other side of the street everybody is black yeah there is no assimilation yeah well sadly true I was first put onto this by Charles wheeler the late respected journalist who Tony Blair commissioned him to do a report as to what had happened in Oldham why they've been riots and this is pretty much what he told me well and then and then in 2012 Oldham Council themselves having looked at the 2011 census so we have a massive problem here of division I can even go to the Guardians northern correspondent Helen pin and if you look at it you've got one Ward in Oldham that is 97 percent white and literally adjoining it the next Ward that is 66 percent black there is a massive yes because if you know however however some streets percent of population is back yes well I tell you what let's go this week should we and I will show you and I will show you there is complete segregation with all you're arguing for segregation that's fine I'm arguing for integration can't there's a real problem I'm actually not talking necessarily about integration because there is a complex debate on them what I'm talking about is the specifics of facts because 1.2 percent the population in all don't is black so I just watched should we just try this again should we just try this again in one of the wards and Oldham it is 97 percent white and the adjoining Ward is 66 percent black they you can believe me or disbelieve me but they are the facts and I'm making an argument here for integration what's wrong with that okay what's the brexit party's policy on immigration we want a sensible immigration of what we don't discriminate against people that come from India Australia and the rest of the world okay now just finally who do you think should be the next concept a party leader I'm not sure that debates really relevant uh I mean I know people to have Boris or Dominic Rob well both of them voted for Teresa mais treaty in the final analysis I'm not sure either of them really would deliver a proper brexit Steve I think it was a different conversation coming here I think maybe the Conservative Party as it is isn't really fit for purpose maybe we're thinking really here now about a complete realignment of British politics the two-party system does not work they serve no one but themselves and I believe if ever there was a moment when that two-party structure would break down and be replaced by something new it's now and that's what we're in the brexit party I'm gonna try and do okay ambitious I agree so far thank you for your program

Boris Johnson "we just need to clear away the dead bodies to create a resort in Libya" Tories laugh

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Is our democracy broken? – BBC Newsnight

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Is our democracy broken? And if so, how do you give power to those who feel they have none?
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George Galloway: Support for Nigel Farage is the UK voters' way of demanding Brexit

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The new Brexit Party, led by Nigel Farage, is on course to cause a political earthquake at next month’s EU Parliament elections, with a new survey showing his anti-EU group ahead of both Labour and the Tories.

YouGov, one of Britain’s main polling companies, has Farage’s Brexit Party at 27 percent, five points ahead of Labour and well ahead of PM Theresa May’s Conservatives at 15 percent, with just a few weeks to go until elections on May 23.



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Emily Thornberry With Dermot Murnaghan: MP's Anger At 'Quiz' Questions

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The shadow foreign secretary, Labour MP Emily Thornberry, has accused Sky News presenter Dermot Murnaghan of “pub quizzing” her after she was unable to name the French foreign minister.

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Pregnant Dad: Giving Birth As A Transgender Man | Sex Map of Britain

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Dorian has been living as a trans man for 3 years. But now he wants a baby. Cameras follow Dorian to see if it will be as simple as he hopes to be a pregnant dad?

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ITV London News Girl stabbed on way to party & Women found murdered in home & Liberal Democrats

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Brexit Party Could Get Sympathy Vote in 2019 European Elections

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A newspaper article, with an opinion, should make an opinion and then offer a right to reply. The Guardian article, discussed in the video, followed this format. However, it then proceeded to attack the Brexit candidate by criticising his poor performance in a previous election. This criticism was made in isolation. The Guardian newspaper has shown political bias like the Daily Express.

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If the Brexit party and its leader Nigel Farage are going to be criticised then it has be done properly. This article in the Daily Mirror is better see

Brexit Party – Politics of United Kingdom Elections

Nigel Farage, the party leader and MEP

The Brexit Party is a Eurosceptic political party in the United Kingdom that was formed in 2019. It has four Welsh Assembly members and fourteen Members of the European Parliament (MEPs), all of whom were originally elected as representatives of the UK Independence Party (UKIP) and it is led by one of these MEPs, former UKIP leader Nigel Farage.

The party supports the UK leaving the European Union without a formal withdrawal agreement and then trading with it on World Trade Organization terms until new trade deals can be agreed. The party is considered as populist by some political commentators.


The party was announced on 20 January 2019 by former UKIP economics spokesperson[5] Catherine Blaiklock, who served as the party’s initial leader.[6] It was registered with the United Kingdom Electoral Commission on 5 February 2019 to run candidates in any English, Scottish, Welsh and European Union elections.

On the day of the announcement, Nigel Farage, who had been an independent MEP since his departure from UKIP in early December 2018, said that the party was Blaiklock’s idea, but that she had acted with his full support.[6] In a 24 January 2019 interview, Blaiklock said: “I won’t run it without Nigel [Farage], I’m a nobody and I haven’t got any ego to say that I am an anybody”, and that: “I’m happy to facilitate Nigel and do the donkey work and work for him, but I don’t have any illusions as to myself”.[10] On 8 February 2019, Farage stated he would stand as a candidate for the party in any potential future European Parliament elections contested in the United Kingdom. MEPs Steven Woolfe and Nathan Gill, also formerly of UKIP, stated that they would also stand for the party.

On 1 February 2019, Blaiklock told The Daily Telegraph the party had raised £1 million in donations, and that over 200 people had come forward offering to stand for The Brexit Party at the May 2019 European Parliament elections, if the United Kingdom has not left the European Union by then.[15] However, Private Eye reported that opponents of Brexit had applied online as “candidates, activists or donors with false details” to waste the party’s time.

After announcing the party’s formation, Blaiklock attracted criticism for earlier comments described as Islamophobic.[17] She resigned as party leader on 20 March 2019 over since-deleted anti-Islam messages on Twitter, including re-tweeting messages by far-right figures including Mark Collett, Tommy Robinson and Joe Walsh.[18] Farage said that he would take over as leader, that Blaiklock was “never intended to be the long-term leader”[19] and that the party “is at the moment a virtual party – it’s a website”.[20] On the party’s launch on 12 April, asked about issues with Blaiklock, Farage said: “I set the party up, she was the administrator that got it set up. We had a couple of teething problems, yes, but are we going to be deeply intolerant of all forms of intolerance? Yes.”



By mid-February 2019, eight MEPs had joined the party: Tim Aker, Jonathan Bullock, David Coburn, Bill Etheridge, Nigel Farage, Nathan Gill, Diane James and Julia Reid. Later in February, they were joined by Paul Nuttall. All were originally elected as UKIP candidates, but all had previously left the party in opposition to Gerard Batten’s leadership, mostly in December 2018, although Aker and Etheridge had left earlier in 2018 and James had left in 2016. As of April 2019, they all continue to sit in the Europe of Freedom and Direct Democracy group.[24] MEP and former UKIP member Steven Woolfe has also indicated his support for the party.


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Big John Deere Ploughing with Big Plough in France !

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Labour 2013 – John Deere 8295R & Lemken 10 Socs !

Big John Deere Ploughing With Big Plough Lemken In France !


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Who will be the local elections' winner and losers?

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Sky’s election analyst Michael Thrasher gives his insight on what may happen in the local elections.

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May offers 2nd Brexit referendum in 'new deal'

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British PM Theresa ​May announced new incentives for Parliament to approve her Brexit deal, ​and another public vote is on the table.

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UKIP leader Nigel Farage offers Barroso some cooling news – Sep 2013

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UK Independence party leader Nigel Farage debates with Jose Manuel Barroso

Brexit turmoil: "Labour were never enthusiastic about going into talks"

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How do the EU elections work? The Sun Explains

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THE United Kingdom has agreed to take part in the European Elections as part of the deal Theresa May negotiated with Brussels to extend Brexit until October 31.

Unless a deal on leaving the European Union is agreed before polling day then Brits will cast their votes for the Member of the European Parliament of their choice on May 23.

Every five years, European Union countries go to the polls to elect members of the European Parliament.

Britain was meant to have left the EU on March 29 and few envisaged that we would be taking part in the European elections.

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Lord Andrew Adonis: "Bring on a second Brexit referendum" | Julia Hartley-Brewer

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Theresa May is to brief senior ministers on the state of cross-party Brexit negotiations with Labour after the latest round of talks failed to achieve a breakthrough.

Meanwhile Jeremy Corbyn has been told by Sir Keir Starmer that a cross-deal Brexit must include a second referendum.

Labour peer and Remainer Lord Andrew Adonis joined Julia Hartley-Brewer.

Lord and return this is Labour Party candidate for the European elections and a Labour Party appear and he joins us now good morning to you Andrew good morning do you have introduced me as Ramona in chief we are in election put and quite rally I'm a very very big fan of this Ofcom rule where we don't have physical bias ahead of Elections we let the candidates speak for themselves which i think is like the right thing to do I'm delighted to be known as the remain in chief because you know that's what I am okay all right election is that remain comes through democratically after a referendum with an option to remain okay can I try ask you then I'll as the candidate for the Labour Party in one of the regions so what is Labour's brexit policy today on any Tory deal and it's the flank there isn't going to be any other deal we stand for a referendum with an option to remain now it's true that we're holding out the possibility there might be a general direction but you know I don't think the conservative employees are going to be turkeys basically Christmas so I don't see a general election coming soon but of course if one came I'd welcome it the other option is that there was some kind of a deal between labour and the Conservatives and the the Prime Minister offered talks to the Labour Party a month ago now about some possible arrangement now in the public interest obviously if the government and the prime minister asks the opposition to engage in conversations about a compromise I think it's our duty to engage in those conversations this also has been clear to me that the only compromise I think is viable and has be viable all the way through it's an agreement whereby trays and maize deal which i think is a terrible deal 39 billion that we pay to the European Union for less good trade economic terms and we've got know-how but the deal could be to agree that deal in Parliament subject to it going to a referendum with an option to remain and then I and virtually the entire labor party would be campaigning for Romania in that referendum I think that could be a possible I think that could still be a compromise but at the moment to resume hasn't been offering it you say virtually all them even just looking at just in the last few few weeks in terms of senior members of the Labour Party speaking on this issue Tom Watson the deputy leader of the party only yesterday said labour is a remain and Reform Party only recently Barry Gardner shadow international trade said labor was not a romaine party now you yourself only recently said you know if your leave ohter don't don't vote for don't vote for our party don't there's no point with we are a remain party now but who's right well if you if you chose 10 Labour Party members at random you would find that nine of them were in favor of staying in the European Union if you chose 10 Labour MPs at random you'd find that nine of them in favor staying in the European Union there are always people who have different views on all big issues but the overwhelming majority of labour members and Labour MPs are in favor of remain but we're also Democrats and that's the reason why the view that we take you know in out three years after the referendum of 2016 where the hold of respective thing is unraveled the view that we take is that the Democratic thing now is to do what Jacob we smoked himself said that we should do originally which is to hold the dual referendum one on the opening of negotiations which is what happened three years ago to see what terms we could get what we've essentially been doing as a country for the last three years and that list resume is seeing what those terms would be those terms a dreadful 39 million for let's go trade in economic terms then we've got at the moment in the EU now that we can see that it's like conducting a survey for a house we've been conducting the survey we now know that the roof is caving in that there's dry rot that we've got the neighbors from hell in Boris Johnson and Jacob Riis Morgan Nigel flage and the right thing to do is not to proceed with the sale and that's I think the view of most people in the labour party now but you've changed your mind since becoming an electoral candidate you of course never stood for election before Europe you're an unelected peer but it's a bit you were effectively forced to apologise for saying so I wouldn't if I I wouldn't vote Labour if you want to stop brexit I mean the reality realities you've been forced to recant by effective my Seamus Milner jeremy corbyn's chief aide haven't you no that's not fair what what I said was I supported the party policy and of course what is what is the packet what is the party policy it's the party policy what was in the manifest at the last election or is it what was agreed at the party conference last Auto well the party policy is what was agreed at the National Executive Committee two weeks ago which is that there will be a referendum on any Tory deal with an option to remain but and let's get all this out there that we would like there to be a general election as I say I don't think the real world is going to be a general election because that would involve more EMPs being realistically a Tory a Labour Tory deal no one thinks that's going to happen which case there isn't going to be general election there isn't then going to be a second referendum zone all right no net the regeneration there isn't going to be a revised bill which we've said then that just leaves a Tory deal there wasn't going to be any other deal and therefore the policy is by elimination that you end up with a referendum of an option to the main and I'm completely comfortable without policies I think it's in the national interest three years on from the last referendum now that we can see what the brexit prospectus is which is that we'd be paying thirty nine billion for a really terrible you know fewer jobs and all that so I think the policy is is it's fine and I say bring on this second referendum and what Tom what sermons and care stammer and most of my colleagues have been saying is what you'll get with labour which is a second referendum with an option to remain and I think you know with the poll showing that now more than 60 percent at the British people given what the brexit terms would be want to stay in the EU I think we would we would win that second referendum well again you quoted not oppose a recent weeks in interviews and you said again you know most people want to remain again I that's not what the polls are saying and even the likes of John John professor John Curtis is said that's that is not a fair description of people's views if you give them all of the options that's likewise it's not fair to say that people are mostly in favor of No Deal again if you give people all the options that's not the case but you've also said have you not that you know the majority said yes so the great majority of people want a second referendum well where have you found that in a poll the repeated poles are shown she wants a second referendum heated polls are showing said that is simply not the fair reading of the polling I know it is they substantially more than that than than half of the electorate when asked repeatedly wants her once a second referendum with an option to remain what is true that people who want brexit where you're completely right judo is that people want brexit are divided some of them want to resume to deal and some of them what's called No Deal and what John says we talk about all the options being on the table and the picture being more complicated is that the the leave vote does break down into two very different groups into those who would be prepared to go with some form of soft grexit like to raise a maize deal and those led by Nigel Faraj who just want no deal that's absolutely true but what they all show is that once you take account of them all of the options the single most popular option by far is to remain in the EU and that's why I think we should do okay again the polling I have to say I think impulse has been quite clear about this this is not my personal opponent simply does not bear out that statement now um you have expressed a lot of criticism of a labor policy when it count in the past when it comes to issue breaks but also also the issue of Jeremy Corbyn um given that the Labour Party didn't do very well in the local elections when it should have been winning seats at this time the electoral cycle it was actually losing seats nothing like as badly as the Tories admittedly but they are already in power Jeremy Corbyn of course could get about say if a Labour Party do do unexpectedly well with me perhaps to remain vote going for the Labour Party and next Thursday would you be comfortable don't should be supporting a Labour government led by Jeremy Corbyn given your own criticism in the past about Jeremy Corbyn on his views on brakes and indeed on the accusations that he is anti-semitic where we United party and we will go into an election United we're much the Conservative Party which at the moment is at sixes and sevens and is just about to eject its leader I respect Jeremy called in his had been a bold and courageous leader he led the party to a big advance last general election and on the big social and economic questions he speaks to this sense of alienation and and real real deep concern about austerity which is gripping the country now that's not to say that I agree with him on everything he doesn't agree with me on everything but then you know you'll never find two people in politics who agree on everything but it's the labor family the labor coalition are we broadly united on fighting brexit and broadly united on wanting a progressive social democratic labour government we are and even when it comes to issues like nationalization I think the public mood is changing either the first transport secretary 10 years ago – you know living transport secretary to nationalize a railway line remember win the East Coast Main Line went belly-up because the private sector couldn't deliver on its contracts I nationalized it some people think that's very left-wing thing I think it's a very pragmatic thing where the private sector fails the public sector should move in and we need a stronger public sector in our country at the moment and we also need more fairness and I think more fairness means could you please just because time is against us or don't could you tackle the issue Jeremy Corbyn anti-semitism you yourself have written articles in which you've criticized the Labour leadership over his failure to tackle the issue of anti-semitism in his particular the fetish tackle he calls the root cause of the reason why MPs left to form the change UK party all you are you confident that Jeremy Corbyn would be a fit and proper prime minister of this country given your own criticisms of him over anti-semitism and he so much should not be in the labour party they should be expelled from the labor do you believe Jeremy quite is anti-semitic but Joan Corbin's view is that anti-semite shouldn't be in the labor do you believe Jeremy Corbyn no I do not know I I do believe that we need to be we cannot be too robust in tackling anti-semitism and I don't believe that the Labour Party machine has done a good enough job in the last year in eradicating anti-semitism and it's been too slow in with complaints and to be blunt to accommodating in some of the excuses that have been made for unacceptable behavior but jeremy has said that anti-semites should be leaving the Labour Party that we are not going to delay on this and I believe him and that's what we will do Lord and return as Labour Party candidate the European elections Labour Party Pierre thank you very much indeed now allotted Ernest is standing for this southwest region for labour also standing in the southwest region are representatives from change UK the Conservatives the 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Ken Livingstone – Mayor of London – PART 1/2 | London Real

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Ken Livingstone is an English politician who served as the Leader of the Greater London Council from 1981 until the council was abolished in 1986, and as Mayor of London from the creation of the office in 2000 until 2008.

00:00 Trailer.
01:58 Brian’s thoughts on the episode.
05:17 Brian’s Introduction.
05:48 Ken’s journey into politics.
11:14 Notoriety after appointment as leader of the GLC in 1980s.
14:57 If Thatcher and Reagan had studied history, we would never have had the banking crisis.
16:38 Cyclical demonization of immigrants.
17:31 For what Ken respected Margaret Thatcher.
19:00 New Labour and Tony Blair.
20:59 A Mayor for London.
23:38 Reason he had to leave the Labour Party to be a mayoral candidate.
26:14 Accomplishments over two terms as Mayor of London.
27:58 The biggest single factor for a country’s success.
30:27 Good public transport and fibre optic system for all.
31:54 Olympics regeneration legacy even better than Ken hoped.
32:32 What haunts him from his time as Mayor.
33:54 What Boris Johnson wanted to know over dinner with Ken.
35:59 Boris Johnson & Michael Gove political agenda opposites.
38:28 “Politics is show business for ugly people”, does Ken agree?
40:05 Boris Johnson’s part in the Brexit campaign.
41:30 The growing power of the military industrial complex.
43:31 The UK will be sucked into the American orbit on a grand scale.
46:11 Brexit, Ken’s thoughts on why Britain voted out, the implications and his proposal.
48:14 Governments have got to start listening.
50:15 Where Britain will be in two years’ time.
53:38 “I’m always going to state what I believe to be true, otherwise why would I be in politics.”
59:36 Will the Labour Party split over Jeremy Corbyn’s leadership?
1:02:30 Most dramatic period in British politics in his lifetime.
1:03:23 David Cameron the most dishonest Prime Minister in his lifetime.
1:04:31 Politics like ‘House of Cards’.
1:06:20 The possibility of the UK becoming the 51st State.
1:07:20 Donald Trump an unknown quantity.
1:10:31 London as an independent city state.
1:12:41 Prospect for new London Mayor Sadiq Khaan.
1:13:40 Ken Livingstone, a polarising figure.
1:15:25 Rupert Murdoch is the most damaging immigrant that has ever come to this country.
1:19:51The influences on today’s economy.
1:22:10 Does Ken enjoy media attention?
1:23:59 Influence of the bankers and will they leave Britain?
1:25:13 Does he feel the media was so biased towards the Remain camp?
1:26:15 Because of Corbyn’s euro-sceptic views will he be the best person to negotiate on behalf of the ordinary people?
1:27:13 In another 5 years what will the Tory and Labour parties look like?
1:27:57 What will Ken Livingstone be like in 5 years.
1:28:28 Success Secrets.
1:29:11 Advice to the 20 year old Ken Livingstone.
1:29:30 His career regret.
1:29:47 Best advice ever received.
1:31:15 Advice to the 20 year old who contemplates going into politics.
1:31:59 Brian’s summing up.
1:33:24 Ken’s come close to being murdered once or twice.

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The idea of a Labour-Tory #Brexit deal is functionally insane

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Taking the blame: Doing a deal with the Tories could see Labour taking overall responsibility for Brexit

so brexit continues its tumultuous journey along a a train track that well never existed and as a result the local ocean has never gone forward it is just sat at the station and people are the brexit tears are sat on the train wondering why the Train isn't going forward because there was never any track to go forward on to begin with and this week has revealed yet more nonsense because here we have Ian don't once again I always say this every single time if you want good news go to end on go to politics dot uk' subscribe to their newsletter and follow him on twitter you will get the best up-to-date analysis on brexit from him he's quite simply the best journalist covering brexit so headlined the idea of a Labour Tory brags a deal is functionally insane the whispers came all week while the headlines focused on the sacking of defense secretary gallant Gavin Williamson a weird rumor started floating around labour and the Tories were close to a brexit deal the spokesperson were sounding increasingly bullish the landing zone between their two positions had been spotted once their local election election results started and dribbling in on Friday morning the whispers turned into shouts labour had done terribly as had the Conservatives both were being punished for failing to deliver brexit something had to be done and quickly the time to sign off the deal but of course a that analysis makes no sense if you look at who were the big winners the two big winners were the parties that had basically said we're not going to do brexit that's for the two winners are that's not what's again the voice and the will the people sounds like from this recent election this analysis of course makes no sense the big winners of the night were the Greens and the Liberal Democrats both parties with extremely clear Pro remain policies if this was opponent punishment for failing to deliver brexit it was a temper it was a temp to sleep weird way of showing it and yet public support for remain is treated by journalists as a ghostly phenomenon something which we suspect might be in the air that have been real idly assured does not exist after all remain lost the referendum so in the binary win lose mind of many political commentators eight should it should have at that point simply vanished the demonstrably instance of remained support are all ignored remainders who work to deny to resume her majority in 2017 general election were war Peter will wallpapered over by the relentless nonce s nonsense about eighty percent of voters backing parties with probe brexit manifestos the huge rallies in London became the subject of a hold of a whole subculture of crowd crowd coddling methodology experts the six million strong revoke petition was dismissed as a leaky and unreliable Twitter exercise remain voters are treated like an old family scandal the the the thing polite visitors won't mention when they come over for dinner this led to extraordinary sights this morning our political commentators looking at the screen showing that the Tories down labour down you kept down and the greens and Dems up but before promptly coming to the conclusion that voters were sending a message to get Briggs it over with the level of cognitive dissonance is quite remarkable but regards but regardless this is where we are and it was with that and it was what so many Labour MPs heard loud and clear suddenly there was an increased pressure to seal a deal with the Tories next week it was worth remembering that doing so is simply insane put aside the rights and wrongs of it on a basic strategic level it is crazy for labour to do first it will cut the party in half a in a flash in a flash Jeremy Corbyn will lose all his remain support from his MPs and he will not and he will not lose them in a brief humiliating vote which will not soon be forgotten he will lose them in an era defining vote which will be remembered forever that scar will stay there exhaust exactly exasperated by every brexit event which takes place afterwards look at it this way change UK's MP you MPs will be really really hoping it does labour won't just share the blame for what's about to happen it'll be worse than that labour will own it so many Tories will oppose a customs union that the majority of the government party they are likely to vote against means that if it passes it'll need more labour votes than Tory votes may will just be a binding Corbin hands to brexit she will be passing him the designated muck encrusted chalice in its entirety the deal is not going to be popular Mae lies when she says that the redraw agreement will draw a line under brexit it barely even starts it all it all it finalizes is the divorce ahead of us there are many countless years of talks many of which will likely take place in the humiliating position of the backstop during which the EU will conclude to continue to outmaneuver and to out negotiators just as it has the last three years to call it humbling is to give in to is to give in to the is to giving to hope it will have all the dignity of a middle-aged middle-aged man caught trying to cheat on his wife in a London nightclub and it will keep going day after day relentlessly a droning mixture of tedium and embarrassment years after people lost any interest in the issue remain as will hate it because it spreads it and precisely as a self harming measure and insane as they would as they warned it would be brags that regular tears will hate it because is awful and they can't and they can tell themselves the fantasy that it would have all been fine if we just had had a deal just had no deal in fact they would make precisely no difference if you were to be a harsher shock of humiliation and chaos followed by a return to talks on precisely the same terms as before but they were but they won't know that the unicorns will live freely on in their sky island on if unaffected by the grim refuting reality which an ERG victory would entail and the plan is for labour to buy into all that I don't I can't see it happening and Jeremy Corbyn would be an absolute idiot if he does go forward with this so it would be absolutely crazy it would destroy carbon and end the party for a generation it would make the Lib Dems decision to support tuition fees look like a masterstroke of electoral ingenuity the honest truth is that there is no exit from this situation and a parliamentary level it does not exist the only way to break the deadlock is to go back to the public for another referendum and this and this no longer is just some remain as strategy it's the only logical course of action where we are now when of course that cannot be competent complemented that complicated okay it cannot be contemplated because remain of course ceased to exist and we are forced to go through with this dreadful charade all over again for no discernible purpose and with no rhyme or reason and once again Ian Dunn hits it right squarely on the head at the time of doing this video there is no rumour that this deal is any closer to being done unless it gets voted for but then all been in France when it goes off which will might be quite fun who knows maybe we'll do a livestream video if anything does happen significantly while were there but we'll see so yeah this is the potential brexit deal I very much doubt it will happen but both parties getting the completely wrong message remember if you look at the entirety of this what it basically says is that the romaine parties in the local referendum in look what they look referendum local elections came out on top while labour and the Conservatives lost dramatically even yook it got wiped out so once again here we are

Jeremy Corbyn launches Labour's EU election campaign – watch live

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you [Applause] good morning everyone it's great to see you here and made me from up in Scotland where I'm proud to be standing to be one of libros a me piece to down here in the southeast with the party has a great set of candidates labeled is on the front foot for the European elections labeled is the only party trying to bring our country back together because unlike the other parties we're not trying to win the votes of just leavers or the votes of just remain errs instead we are reaching out to everyone and we can do that because we're the only party with a bold positive vision for transforming Britain and for transporting transforming Europe – and that's what this campaign is going to be about of course the only reason we're having these elections in the first place is a tourist chaotic handling of breaks it was Tories another school division and further instability only labour has a plan to invest in Scotland's people communities and public services and after 10 years of Tory austerity passed on to Scotland by the SNP Scotland death in his labour fight in their corner in Europe and in government at Westminster and Holyrood every decision the Tories have made on brexit has been dictated by the needs of their internal party management their behavior has been appalling irresponsible and has left our country in a genuine crisis but there is an alternative a party that will end austerity invest in our people and communities and rebuild our public services a party that will ensure that those with the broadest shoulders pay their fair share a party that last week's English locals made gains in key marginal constituencies and special congratulations goals of course to Mary's labour grip which is now the largest has been in 20 years [Applause] there are many reasons why labor is now putting forward a profoundly ambitious vision for what this country can look like policies that are so popular with the people in this country there are many reasons why we're refusing to let the leave remains split continue to debate this country and there are many reasons why we're excited about a fortnight on the road campaigning because we will make an argument for a country that works for the many not the few but the main reason ladies and gentlemen is our leader as a Labour Party Jeremy Corbyn [Applause] Jane thank you very much for that and thank you all for being here today and congratulations to Midway labor and to grave shrim for the great victory that you had in the local elections last week thank you for all your work on that no one expected us to be holding these European elections but the government's complete failure on brexit means they're going ahead against a backdrop of division and a frustration a vote for labour is a vote to bring our divided country back together labour is the only party with a plan to unite our country and make it work for the many not the few we will end austerity invest in our economy and our communities and raise wages and living standards Labour's alternative plan for brexit which protects jobs living standards and communities would end the chaos caused by the Conservatives and let us focus on the other big issues facing our country it is a real and credible plan that would allow the next Labour government to rebuild our manufacturing industries and restore pride and prosperity to parts of our country that have been neglected for far too long that neglect was I believe a major reason behind the vote to brexit in the first place three years of botched negotiations between the government in the European Union have left everyone frustrated over 17 million people voted to leave the European Union as Democratic socialists we cannot ignore that we voted to trigger article 50 in 2017 and promise to respect the referendum in our general election manifesto and again at our Party conference in Liverpool last year but we cannot respect the government's shambolic handing a brexit that has caused huge uncertainty for people businesses and jobs when Theresa May became Prime Minister she didn't consult either Parliament or the country brexit policy was announced through a series of speeches declared never discussed what we got was three years of the tory spending more time argue with themselves than negotiating with Europe what the Prime Minister finally cooked up led to the biggest government defeat in Britain's parliamentary history it wasn't until that damaging deal had been defeated three times that the government and the government had already missed its own deadline for leaving that the Prime Minister finally admitted she needed to compromise labour agreed to talks because he believed it was the right thing to do to see if we could get a better deal in line with our plan the needs of businesses and trade unions a deal that would see us leave the EU but keep a close relationship with our major trading partners so far in those talks there's been no big offer and the red lines remain in place it's actually quite difficult negotiating with a disintegrate in government with cabinet ministers jockeying for succession rather than working for an agreement it is in the country's interest to try to get this sorted one way or the other but we can never accept the government's bad deal or a disastrous no deal so if we can't get a sensible deal along the lines of our alternative plan or a general election labour backs the option of a public vote on it I am I am very worried about how divided our society has become every week I go to a different part of the country campaigning meeting people and spending a lot of time listening to people in all kinds of different places factories schools colleges on the street care homes hospitals all kinds of places and over the last year I've seen the divisions grow around brexit in communities in families there are real tensions real tensions so how do we go forward we could all retreat to our respective side of the argument and let the bitterness drive us further apart we could allow ourselves to be defined only as remain errs or leave us labels that meant nothing to us only a few years ago but where would that take us who wants to live in a country stuck in this endless loop what's needed is a bit of understanding understanding of why so many people felt so frustrated with the system they voted to leave and understanding why so many others believe that staying in the EU is the only way to protect our valuable open and diverse society some people seem to look at the issue the wrong way around they tend to think the first question is leave or remain as if either is actually an end in itself I think they're wrong the first question is what kind of society do we want to be and on that people can find so much common ground labor and only labor stands on that common ground in this election that's why we insist the real divide in our country is not how people voted in 2016 the real divide is between the many and the few whether you're in Tottenham or Mansfield stockwell or Stoke Medway or Manchester so many of the problems you face are exactly the same and while the government's incompetence and divisions over brexit have created this deadlock the injustice is in our society our deepening those in justices aren't to do with backstops information implementation periods and all that rather strange and often obscure jargon they are about whether your children will go to a school that can afford the basics or one whether head teacher sends begging letters to parents whether your relatives will be treated quickly and safely on the National Health Service or wait in pain and distress for months whether your parents will get a helping hand in old age or we left isolated and very afraid and whether we as a country can end the burning in justices in our society Theresa May once talked about them but did nothing about austerity insecure work low wages caused anger and disillusion some want to use that to stoke further division but it wasn't the European Union that slashed public services to pay for tax cuts for the richest it was a Tory government it wasn't nurses and teachers who crashed our economy it was bankers and hedge funds and it wasn't immigrants who caused the biggest squeeze on wages since the Napoleonic Wars it was bad employers we need solutions not scapegoats when you blame your neighbor rather than the powerful for problems with the health system or for overcrowded classrooms or for lack of housing you're letting those responsible off the hook you haven't trained a doctor you haven't trained a nurse you haven't opened a new school you haven't built a house you haven't secured a penny of extra investment all you've done is fuel an atmosphere of division and nastiness in our society it is only by coming together and working together that we can improve people's lives labour will stand up for all workers black and whites and we will guarantee the rights of EU citizens and students in this country and British people who want to work and study in the EU in the same way we are internationalist to our very core that's what our party was founded for more than a hundred years ago so when we see the emboldened far-right strategy it's stuff across Europe and in this country too in the shape of you Kip and it's hangers-on our response is to strengthen our ties with working-class and progressive movements both at home and abroad the biggest the biggest issues facing us like tax avoidance and the power of multinational corporations are international issues that demand international solutions and the biggest issue of all and there is the biggest of all the climate and environment emergency that threatens everyone's future cannot be averted by one country alone climate breakdown air pollution and the frightening they terrifying loss of species demand and require collaboration across national borders and I'm so proud that labour led the way last week to make the UK Parliament the first in the world to declare an environmental and climate emergency I hope our action from the opposition benches sparks a wave of Declaration of climate emergency by Parliament and governments around the world because we have to work together to confront the issues facing the whole globe if we don't then we're all facing a very uncertain future so we will always work and cooperate closely with progressive allies in Europe and all across the world these elections were also a charge a chance to challenge the poison being peddled by the likes of Nigel Faraj he says brexit is being blocked by the elite it's not true the large majority of MPs have voted for a brexit deal in one form or the other the brexit party is in fact the no deal party and for millions no deal would mean no jobs an economic shock threatening entire industries and here in Kent turning the m20 into a permanent lorry park causing massive disruption and of course pollution it would be an elite brexit that would only work for the richest those who want to deregulate to slash public services deny rights at work and still further it would be a Donald Trump brexit leaving us at the mercy of a reckless and bellicose US administration Nigel Farage's brexit is a brexit for conspiracy theorists for those who see Muslims and migrants or George Soros as their enemy only labour can see off the Faraj snake oil in this election and stand by our shared values of respect tolerance openness and be proud of our diversity it said that Labour is trying to offer something for everyone over brexit I make no apology for that Labour will never be the party of the 52 or the party of the 48 we are the party of the great majority who reject the politics of smear and scapegoating we're a party of unity and social justice other parties appeal to just one side of the brexit debate because they aren't really committed to taking on the tax dodgers the big polluters or the financial gamblers who crashed our economy a decade ago to transform our economy our country and tackle injustice inequality and the climate crisis we need to unite the overwhelming majority of people and take on the privileged and the powerful labour wood in dress the inequalities that helped fuel the brexit vote by investing in our communities and people all across the country ending austerity and creating a fairer society and we will lead the fight against racism at home and across Europe wherever it raises its ugly head it's labour that wants to bring our country back together so whether you voted leave or remain in 2016 I urge you to vote Labour in these elections for the party that is determined to bring the many together and take on the entrenched power of the few thank you very much [Applause] no thank you well now take some questions first from the media we'll take them in groups of three to begin with we've got Laura Coons Berg and then okay thank you very much mr. Corben you say that leave or remain are unhelpful labels but there are many people in your party many people perhaps in this room who would like labor to be a remain party who would like you to try to stop brexit can you tell voters if labor is now definitely a brexit party or could you still be a remain party and if I may on the cross party talks you sound very downbeat about the prospects of a deal is there any chance of a deal now between labour and the Tories to find a compromise next can we have Libby please mr. Corbyn isn't there a danger that these elections could be even more toxic for you than the local elections because of confusion over your brexit policy why should voters bother to turnout if they don't really know whether you're in favor of leaving the EU or remaining in it and we've got a question from a local journalist and Paul Francis I would you accept that the confusion over the party's position on brexit cost it votes at the council elections last week and what's your message to the 64% of voters in Medway constituencies that you will deliver brexit okay thanks to you thanks to your questions Laura your point about unhelpful labels we our party that contested the referendum in 2016 on a remain and reform programme the result was as we all know what it was we triggered article 50 that was respecting the referendum we have since tried to put for and continually put forward a view of a customs union with the EU access to European markets and protection dynamic protection of rights obtained to EU membership to use as a floor for future labour government policies and will continue to put those forward and that's exactly what we're doing in the talks were having with the government at the present time and as you know our manifesto includes the option of a public vote on the outcome of all of that process the talks that we're having with the government have been difficult because as I said the government is in some degree of disarray itself they're still ongoing our point is that we want to protect jobs protect track and protect those rights that we have obtained and we will we met again yesterday and there will be further meeting coming up but quite honestly the government has to move its red lines we cannot go on having MV 1 MV 2 MV 3 and then coming on for possibly an MV 4 or a bill that we've yet to yet to actually see so we will continue with that if not the issue has to come back to Parliament at the earliest possible opportunity on the question of the toxic nature of the of the debate I am appalled at the remarks made by Faraj and many others that do create a degree of toxicity in our in our society and we have to stand up against it as I indicated in my speech I don't want this election to become some kind of toxic election I've set out what the voting labor will do with obviously elect members of the European Parliament from the Labour Party but it will also be saying we vote for a party that is serious about the kind of society we want to live in in this country and that message will be one that is put out very clearly and a future relationship with the EU will be one where we have trade where we have a similarity of rights and conditions we fully signup to the European Convention on Human Rights the European Council of Human Rights which is we remain members of and we will do that the alternative being put forward by Faraj and others and the very substantial right on the conservative party is actually a sweetheart trade deal with Donald Trump in the USA which would result in investor protection powers which would result in damaging rights and conditions that we have in our society and I'm sure you would have noticed that there are those in the US administration and others that are eyeing up the possibility of American health care cut firms coming in to take over our National Health Service our National Health Service is not for sale to anybody we will protect it and we will do everything we can to make sure we have this relationship with Europe in the future and we have quite prepared to put the issue to a public vote at the conclusion of the parliamentary process at the moment there has been not a majority in parliament to get any of these things through on the message that we're putting forward I don't think it's confusing at all I think it is sensible message saying we understand what's happened we've seen what's happened we've seen the causes of what's happened and we're putting forward a view that would ensure we have the opportunity of improving the social divisions within our society and that is what we put forward in the local elections and put forward in these elections and I'm looking forward to putting forward in a general election which cannot be that far away you cannot go on forever having a government with no majority in its own party never mind not a majority across Parliament as a whole and in that general election our message will be an investment LED unifying economy in our society dealing with the social injustice is dealing with the extreme levels of poverty and giving young people hope of life in a country where they don't have to go into debt to get an education and they get equally valued whether they're going to vocational or university education giving hope to a younger generation and a government that's serious about dealing with climate emergencies I'm very proud of what our party policies are what we would saved over the past few years in putting them forward and I'm looking forward to putting them forward in this campaign and in a general election campaign just as soon as it comes I'm ready for it don't worry about that another three from the video Oliver no no murder Jeremy yesterday Cressida dick said MPs faced an unprecedented level of threats reports suggest that hate crime is rising on Britain's streets is this election a watershed moment to tackle the far-right in the UK and do the police and the authorities have the necessary powers to deal with the rise of the far-right less paper from Reuters hey yeah I'm just wondering what Labour's position is is it the same as the government's in the sense that you actually don't want any elected labor any piece to actually take their seats and one more hey there Stuart hello you talked in your speech Jeremy about how people who call themselves levers or remain as first are looking at the issue the wrong way round clearly you think that's the case about nigel farage is it sometimes the case about the most ardent remain errs do you think the Lib Dems have unveiled their manifesto for these elections this morning the cover of which excuse my language says bollocks to bricks it I wonder if you think that's a helpful contribution to the debate you're gonna tempt me into bad language Oliver thanks for your question there is a horrifying rise of hate crime in this country and across Europe with attacks on synagogues attacks on mosques and racist abuse on the streets there is also a big rise in violent crime and knife crime on our streets and my own constituency is not immune from that there are issues here of policing and police numbers in relation particularly to knife crime and community security the last Labour government introduced the concept of safer neighborhoods teams and far more PCSOs there's been 20 thousand police officers lost since the Tory government came into office in 2010 with the support of the Lib Dems and clearly there has to be more investment in policing and resources but above all community based policing so we have policing by consent within within the community your point about the rise of the far right and the behavior of the far right whether there are sufficient powers to deal with them the rise of far-right is one where there are openly racist and Nazi organizations operating in parts of Europe where there's the rise of anti-semitic parties and language particularly in Poland and Hungary and other countries and I pay tribute to the people many of them very young in all of those countries and also Germany in Austria Netherlands France and so on that it and everything they can to bring communities together and stand up against racism the young people of Europe do not want to live in a country in a continent that's divided by the power of the far-right do we need more powers to challenge racist behavior I think we need to look at that and we probably do do we need to have police have more powers to be very active in dealing with racist language and racist activities yes we do and also understand make sure that all police under and they have a duty to bring communities together by dealing with that kind of hate crime and hate language that occurs I tell you when you talk to a group of Muslim women as I have recently about their experiences of life on the streets of this country it's not good the abuse they routinely receive on buses on trains and streets and so on is totally and absolutely unacceptable let us during the month of Ramadan be proud of the diversity of our society and respect each other's faiths each other's values and each other's ideas and that surely is a very fundamental message a country that allows itself to be divided on ethnic grounds anywhere is a country that's going to be in serious difficulties I'm determined we bring people together in all their strengths and all their diversity is is our message the same as that of the government well absolutely not our message is very very different from that of the government because a number of things one is we want to invest in the future rather than continue the tax breaks for the very wealthiest we will end austerity the treasom a rather bizarrely claimed at the Tory Party conference that austerity was over you should have seen Philip Hammonds face because he hadn't been told and he and he sits next to her at Prime Minister's question time and still doesn't appear to have been told because austerity is continuing and so we fight these elections in order to make sure that whatever the relationship in the future with Europe we are on the same page on rights and regulations and that we maintain that trading relationship as I said in my contribution and no deal breaks it would be disastrous for manufacturing in service industries across Britain and it would be disastrous for the job prospects of many people and that is why we have successfully in Parliament got a the option of no deal taken off the table so far and we also forced the government to finally concede that Parliament could have a say on this remember when this the first withdrawal bill was introduced the bill actually gave powers that Henry the eighth would have been proud after the then brexit secretary David Davis remember him which would have allowed essentially the secretary of state to decide everything we've empowered Parliament and I'm proud of what we've achieved in doing that on the message that Heather asked about what we want to do is bring people together what we want to do is get a message across about the kind of country and kind of content we want to live in and we are contesting these elections with our candidates because we want them to be elected and we want them to play their part in the European Parliament as long as they is there and I I thank her I thank the labour MEP for the work they've done on environment on challenging the unaccountable power of multinational corporations on what they've done about dealing with the refugee crisis in a decent humanitarian and human way of standing up against the far-right in the European Parliament or anywhere else so of course we collect contesting these elections very seriously in order to get that message across and work with people across Europe and indeed since I became leader of the party I've spent a great deal of time meeting fellow Socialist Party leaders across the continent trade unions community organisations and working with the party of European socialists and whatever the outcome of all this process we are still going to be working closely with them because you're not going to deal with the climate emergency on our own pollution blows across the channel both ways [Applause] thanks Jeremy and now we're going to have three questions from the audience so the canasa just to indicate you've got a question and we'll get the mic to you yourself thank you very much I'm not likely from it's for CLP I basically know that breakfast is very important at the moment but as far as I'm concerned there's more pending issues on our doorstep and that is four million children plus living in abject poverty I know we're not in government now but as a party isn't there anything we can do to start improving the lives of these children because it's totally not acceptable at all I'm from South I just wondering I think that we should go for a second vote or you would be saying that for us like a second vote to the paper I think that's like the democracy of the 17 million that voted safe while I was campaigning to become a local cancer many people angry and they were angry because bricks it didn't happen and they'd rather have a No Deal what do we say to those people when we go knock on their door again what do we actually say to them okay thanks for questions first one thank you the problem was the debate over brexit that's now gone on for so long in the British Parliament just about everything else gets drowned out for debate and discussion and I've obviously used Prime Minister's question time many times to ask questions the Prime Minister about brexit but some weeks ago I decided I wouldn't do that and they asked her about knife crime asked her about national health service asked her about austerity and the problems that are faced across the across the whole country and I had thousands of people saying thank you thank you for giving a voice to those other issues and I will to do that your point about children and their opportunities in growing up children obviously have one childhood and if that childhood is one where you can't get a nursery place your primary school is underfunded your parents and carers don't have enough money to feed you and your idea of getting food isn't going to a supermarket but going to a food bank and you're growing up with hand-me-down clothes got from a charity shop or from the equivalent of a clothes bank of equivalent to a food bank of a clothes bank and your life chances are pretty poor there was a select committee report from the house Commons Education Select Committee on the effects of nursery education or nursery opportunities and they pointed out that children that had nursery opportunity from two to four for 30 hours a week tended to do well in primary school well in secondary and go on to achieve apprenticeships University and all the options they've got those children that didn't get that opportunity were between 18 months and two years less educationally advanced than the others by the time they reach school leaving age at the end of year 11 in secondary school and that's happening now in this country and so we demand of the government to end the cuts to school budgets to end the underfunding of schools and in in brief for our policy is 30 hours free nursery provision for all two to four year olds wherever they live no postcode lottery wherever they live so they all get that same opportunity and chance proper funding of primary schools with a free school meal for every primary school child eaten together so you don't have the segregation between those that get the meal those are get the same not right bad message for the for those children and an investment in creative education and skill education so that children all children through a pupil arts premium get the opportunity to their musical instruments and develop the functional skills they need that requires money and investments in in the schools and further down the line obviously ending as announced at the NAU conference ATS at Key Stage 1 in Key Stage 2 but also further down the line beyond that is raising corporation tax in order to end university fees so that there's a real choice where do you go to university whether you go to vocation or whatever else so we're giving real hope and real opportunity in short stop making education a commodity make it a right which is what I believe it to be on the point you raised Matt thanks Anne fair point there was a referendum we all know we all know what the result of that was we all know how we voted in it but we want to bring people together and the view we put forward in the party conference put this forward and the National Executive agreed this that we should include the option of having a ballot on a public vote on the outcome of the talks and negotiations of what we're putting forward I would want that to be seen as a healing process and bringing this whole process to a conclusion nothing is easy in this but our essential message has to be to bring people together and that's the basis on which we've approached both what we've done in Parliament and in the negotiations itself the point that was raised about people being angry at No Deal yeah or angry and saying they want No Deal I just simply say this if we leave the EU at a given date with no deal whatsoever what's the immediate effect that we go on to World Trade Organization rules there's immediately a increase in prices of goods that are coming in there is immediately a problem on exporting there is immediately problem of getting goods across the channel one way or the other either through Felixstowe through Dover or through the Channel Tunnel there is a huge problem and there are massive levels of disruption and when industries in this country require just-in-time delivery to maintain their supply chain the idea that you're going to put some kind of tariff on that means quite simply it's not going to happen if the mini is made in Britain as it is but the parts cross the channel several times during the construction of that car Ford engines in Bridgend South Wales exactly the same thing Nissan in Sunderland and export largely almost overwhelmingly to European Union it's simply not going to continue as it is unless there is a customs union and trade access with the European Union so I say to those that say sod it all go away we're leaving without a deal think it through think it through seriously what it will mean for this country for your jobs and everything else and that's why we have approached this in a very serious way I've had more meetings and I've had hot dinners in the past three years with all kinds of people trade unions employers different community organisations lots of different groups and so on within Parliament in order to try to get us to go forward on the kind of agenda that we put forward customs union access the market protection of rights and a serious relationship and bring people together and don't let the siren voices of the far right or the right in our society take over we can conquer poverty we can conquer unemployment we can conquer deprivation if everybody plays their part but when you've got a government that's more interested in tax breaks for the richest than the mealtimes and needs of the poorest it's time for that government to go and get a Labour government in place that will do things differently thank you very much [Applause] you

UKIP Nigel Farage MEP – Daily Politics November 2009

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Nigel confirms I am here to stay !!!

now the current you kept leader nigel farage joins us now why have you left your party in the lurch you lil no I haven't done that you're the only famous face that they've got no one's ever leave them in the lurch we've just come second in a national election I've you stood behind the Conservative Party you incidentally campaign or giving the British people referendum now turned turtle on that we've never been we've never been we've never said 4-6 well I thought it was worth doing and we think labour and we beat labour the third place so there we are take you five seconds look the party is in good shape i'm running a group in the european parliament i'm going to have a go against the speaker john burke oh we're going to field 550 candidates in this election the whole thing has become way too much for one man to do but you're the older David Cameron's got to fight his constituency and Gordon Brown his and Scotland and still run a national I campaign I think it's a little different they're both incumbents in safe seats by other political leader leaders of parties that have a big infrastructure Yuki doesn't have that the leader of you Kip has to manage and organize national election against the only one we've ever heard of I'm not running away I'm not deserting I mean I shall go on you know doing media work and being out doing the public meetings and all the rest of it what I can't do and couldn't do is take on the responsibility of managing a national general election so someone just keeping your seat warm then until you either win or lose and bucks look we've got you fighting the speaker in back i right that's right that time so win or lose what you got to apply for that get down to that win or lose then you come back as leader of you kit listen the revived candidates standing foligno that's now I only thought is keeping you see where only one of them is a serious credible candidate and that's Lord Pearson who's had major achievements in his life in business and in politics too if lord pearson gets that job and I'm still around leading our party in the European Parliament I would argue you keep is stronger I would be for several years to come so if it's not Lord Pearson you'll end up with an incredible leader if it's not Lord Pearson you say this will be tricky yes but I think it will be Lord person I think he is so head and shoulders above all the other candidates he's a kind of OneNote song though isn't he every time I bump into him all he says is no one ever talks about leaving you why don't you I think that's wrong I mean that's all he's ever said to me hang on well hang on this is the math and wonder this is the man who recently caused a few Rory in westminster by inviting gut builders over to talk about fundamental Islam so it's certainly not a one-note is it or are one and a half notes well oh come on I mean he's a campaigner for freedom of speech he and of course he's a campaigner against britain's membership of the European I mean shrewdness say over seventy-five percent of our laws are not now even discussed in the House of Commons they're made somewhat go to you Michael hard was making that play by and it's about to get a lot worse too what will your I know you'll get a lot of coverage come the election because you're taking on the speaker and because it's you and it's you cape and some people may and what we as journalists wonder is how many conservatives who don't like the speaker may come and vote for you so that that's the the election there but what is what are your goals what is your strategy in the country come the election my suggestion to the party and this must be debated when we get the next leader in a couple of weeks time my suggestion is that we target the marginals and we make the point that there are three political parties labour lib dem and conservative who openly lied about giving the British people the opportunity to have a referendum on their future on where they're low and don't shake your head then it was in your manifesto in 2005 you are you are the worst offenders of the lot the worst offenders of the lot and if you're going to argue that Lisbon isn't constitutional well goodness me let's have another program Andrew please and thrash that out because it jolly well is I think we should fight those marginals we should pour our money into those marginals and raise this whole question of there being a rabbi bring in Michael you just tell me that what you mean by a marginal I mean a seat in which the Tories are say a thousand votes ahead of the Norman vomit is theoretically a marginal of the balls what was it yes it isn't are you going to target seats that the Tories think they could rise things stand at the moment it looks like there are going to be more conservative voters than any other party next year what is more difficult to say is will they have a clear majority and if you keep being there makes the likelihood of a hung parliament much greater that might just encourage some people in the conservative leadership to give the British people what they deserve we and we haven't had a chance since 1975 to express an opinion on whether we should our selves are pretty clear-cut Michael how are you going to do well Nigel knows perfectly well that if he if he and his candidates to intervene in marginal seats in that way the most likely outcome of their intervention if they if they succeed as they would like to is a continuation of a Labour government or a Labour lib dem government which would hand more powers over to know wouldn't go opinion is but it's we thought really has would be precisely the opposite of what Nigel says he wants the only way in which we can have a sensible renegotiation of the package is the way in which david cameron and william hague have set out where we will go to Europe with some specific requests and I think there's a very good choice and by some I think they realism I bring this age pre Lisbon that may have been between the Liberty we needed unanimity for Margaret Thatcher's budget was their treaty change it was it wasn't the treaty change it's a variant you're talking about changing treaties do you know it can't be done I am you're just deceiving the British comedy with the point of the need for even limited Margaret Thatcher needed unanimity that was a money argument it did need a constitutional change absolutely your aim is not to renegotiate the lisbon treaty as i understand it our aim is to deal with the specific things which david cameron william hague have identified to bring back power in relation to those things to this country for example the things which were originally in the social chapter which we won an opt-out from at the time in the maastricht treaty when i was in Primal sense if we say forget it well that's exactly the kind of argument that was used when margaret was trying to get the go-ahead we've people said that sort of thing then are you Oh Sees she was persistent she was patient and she got what she wanted I can I know you can do the same thing because I think it's probably to his benefit that these two just argue absolutely but it would be rather ironic if Labour held on to some seats where the Tories are challenging it number two them on breathing down your neck up because number of people voted you give well I'm another one in to intrude on their on their on their private grief I'm gonna have to say I would like to speak up for the speaker I do think it unfair that you kit but I think breaking a convention by stop by targeting again I didn t seven labors doing internal weather rolling croydon it's nicely descents come on artists reading mainstream if they claim to be a mainstream parties in solingen 1987 you stood eventually Weber alum john beaucoup Joker's right it's bad in his consumed he's not is not a laborer he's a conservative MP but I I don't even here with the neighborhood again I don't know whether I said we don't wanna listen to you that's why no no are you saying labor stood against Bernhard westernized 87 in croydon north so what are you talking about there is no convention is your remembers a modern consent doesn't know I feel base nothing else and cry you're indistinguishable from each other these days are you worried I'll examine you personally because I know your phlegmatic in never worried these days um other conservatives worried though about in these marginals where the Tories need a swing and just that extra three or four hundred votes would clinch the seat for them and actually they go to you kid look of course we're not completely you're not giving us a referendum we are not complacent we always said we would give a referendum as the tree she wasn't ratified and alas and I deeply regretted it has been ratified but we are not at all complacent we want every single vote we can get and the one thing that people will have to remember is that if they want a conservative government and if they don't want a continuation of gordon brown the only way they can secure that at the general election is by voting conservative now you're standing against the speaker because you said that MPs have broken the trust of the rich people in the speaker and stood up for them that's a kind of hard line to a hard road to plow when one of your own end piece has just been stuck in the slammer no it isn't because that MEP when he came to brussels in 2004 i put a code down but i asked them all to obey by he refused to do so he then when he was found out lied to me and for that reason i took the whip away from him you know in every party in every company in every family there are bad apples the question is how do you deal with them and in you kit we've been absolutely ruthless maybe a few MPs from westminster should be stuck in the slammer for fiddling their expenses all thats matter for the police but certainly some have already had the whitman move happen lee so you've all been tough you think well I can speak for our part he Gordon bands removed the writ from people is made it quite clear that some people can't stand again and that any criminal matters are rightly not matters for party leaders their matters for the judicial system okay he's a lot of piercing going to win yes he is so you'll be all right I should be very how to have to apologize very happy and you people be a lot stronger okay I have a feeling we'll be coming buckinghamshire way come the election thanks dan Porter you

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this video is made in collaboration with election maps UK you can find them and their amazing content over on Twitter at election maps UK while you're there you can give us a follow too but no pressure this election is something that wasn't supposed to happen at least from the UK's perspective the UK was originally supposed to be leaving the EU on the 29th of March way before the EU parliamentary elections that would have saved the UK from taking part and having spent millions on the elections unfortunately that's not how things played out and although the UK government is still hoping to leave soon they're still members of the EU which means that the UK is taking part if you do want to know more about how the UK actually elect its MEP s and how the system works we have a separate video on that so we won't repeat ourselves here you can find that video via a link in the description although they were never meant to happen the 2019 European elections are probably going to be incredibly important the result will shape the future of the Conservative Party Labour's brexit policy and potentially the outcome of brexit itself so how about we run through the different parties how they're expected to do and what it means for brexit the brexit party are certainly the new kids on the block they were only found in the last few months and this is the first selection they'll be taking part in however this doesn't mean you should underestimate them after all their leader alone gives them a good shot in these elections with Nigel Faraj at the helm the party had been able to attract a lot of attention and are hoping to pull a lot of the votes they're currently averaging 29 percent in European election polls putting them on around 26 seats out of the 70 available in Great Britain this surpasses UKIP's 24 seats they won with back in 2014 it's always certainly gonna come first in the EU elections with them likely to swallow up much of the you Kip and conservative party's vote share unsurprisingly data shows that their polling particularly strongly in Pro brexit areas especially among older voters and especially among older men not only this but polling data shows that they would do incredibly well if a general election was called right now a surprising poll from comrades showed that the brexit party would win 50 seats in the UK if a general election was called especially impressive when you consider that you kept have only ever got one MP elected most surprisingly is how the brexit party would surpass the Conservatives in the number of votes they received with 20% of people saying they vote for the brexit party – only 19% who say they vote conservative the Conservatives would however win more seats due to how the first-past-the-post system works with them being predicted 179 seats the winning party is predicted to be labor on 316 seats obviously conclusions drawn from this should be limited as it's only one poll it doesn't take into account changes in the length of the campaign nor between now and whenever a general election actually occurs so in both general election polling and European election polling the brexit party seems to be doing well labour however have had a tough time when it comes to brexit despite being the official opposition party they haven't taken the strong stance that many were expecting with the party still lacking a cohesive vision when it comes to brexit although they officially support a second referendum it's not exactly clear from their actions with Labour MPs opinions on brexit varying fairly substantially this is likely hurt the party and damaged their chance of becoming the official party for remain errs despite this they're averaging about 25 percent in the polls which we estimate will leave them on about 23 seats up three from their previous performance in 2014 Labour's voters are still overwhelmingly remain despite the party's ambiguous brexit stance that we mentioned earlier they'll be helped by the fact that in the regions which have less seats it's nearly impossible for the green Lib Dems or change UK to win a seat and as such lay will likely benefit from tactical remain of voting their vote seems to be holding up fairly well metropolitan areas but it still seems to be a worry that they'll leak more votes to the more unequivocally remain parties the Tories seem to be having a pretty miserable time to match how miserable things have been for the Conservatives more generally their failure to deliver brexit on time has lost them Suede's of core voters with brexit ears turning to more hardline brexit parties who voters believe will deliver a stronger back they're currently averaging only 13% in the polls leaving them just 10 seats down from the 19 they held in 2014 this would be the worst result for them in a national election ever they're already averaging in third place in opinion polls but at the current rate that they're hemorrhaging votes it looks like they could finish him fourth behind the Lib Dems or even fifth behind the Greens the Liberal Democrats have been positioning themselves as the party for remain errs and hoping to scoop up a whole load of remain votes the party are currently polling at 12 percent which means at the current time there were you think six seats up five from their performance in 2014 they seem to have benefited from strong local election results which had positioned them as the front-runner remain party and granted them some real legitimacy they could benefit further from labor voters being dissatisfied with their position on brexit and also change UK another major a main party is currently struggling so they don't have a ton of competition the greens are another Pro remain party who are we looking to benefit from labour voters frustrated with their current brexit stance they did strongly in 2014 finishing in fourth place meaning it'd be hard for them to maintain that benchmark they're currently averaging 7% in opinion polls which would leave them with one seat down three from 2014 though some polls have placed them doing better maintaining their seats and even finishing ahead of the Tories in some polls their biggest problem is that the Liberal Democrats have positioned themselves is the strongest remain voice and unless you live in the southwest or London there's either not enough seats or enough support to give the Green Party a strong chance of winning one of them change UK have had a torrid time recently polling at just 5% and projected to win 0 seats the party was supposed to be a new force in politics protesting the two-party system and representing a true collaboration in UK politics that was the dream at least but as know exactly how it's played out their logo and branding a complete mess and they've been completely out shown by the brexit party on the change politics front the brexit party have had several high-profile rallies accompanied by slick social media videos and high profile candidates in comparison change UK have been small and low-profile almost trees in May 2017 esque and it doesn't seem like they're offering much at the lib dems aren't they can't even say what they're called is it change UK the independent group or some kind of confusing portmanteau of the two they've also had an MEP candidate resign after he made comments about Romanian pickpocketers as such is not expected they'll perform particularly well in the upcoming elections that being said their plight is nothing compared to you Kipps the party were truly having a nightmare at the moment they've gone from winning the 2014 EU elections with 27% of votes and 24 seats to 2019 where they're getting 3% of votes in polling and a projected zero seats you Gibbs biggest issue is that the brexit party have stolen their identity and their leader making them the most high-profile Pro leaf party when the breaks apart you're doing so well in both the EU election and general election polling you could have become increasingly far-right in recent years and maybe that's the new niche they're trying to capture regardless it doesn't look like it's helping them this time around the Scottish National Party looked like they'll get three seats up from one in 2014 whereas plica Murray should stay on one but they could struggle to maintain their seat juditha only actually being four seats in Wales there's a real lack of individual Scotland and Wales polling which means it's hard for us to comment much further than that but both do seem to be holding steady at the moment so that's how things are looking at the moment the country split split between remain and leave and even split between the parties on both sides that means that this election is effectively going to be a second EU referendum and it looks like the brexit party will be the ones who are going to win it but reaching 32 percent of the vote when combined with you Kipp isn't exactly a clear majority for a hard World Trade Organization rules brexit the strongly remain parties look to get around 30% which is a very similar number of votes conservative and labour the parties would want to deal with the EU a polling at 38% again not close to a majority of voters the country remains too I did and it looks like this election might not be the final decision that some were hoping for the Electra is split just as the politicians who represent them are we're headed into uncharted territory I only make too many predictions about what happens after these elections because truly anything could happen if you wanted to dive deeper into EU elections and what the consequences could be for brexit then like this video and comment below we won't see exactly the video topics you're interested in and the topics you want us to cover make sure to comment them below and we'll do our best to get on them as soon as we can as I said at the top election maps UK lend us a hand with this video helping us break down how the UK is expected to vote in the upcoming 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Andrew Neil grills Jacob Rees Mogg, Chuka Umunna on Theresa May's second Brexit defeat (12March19)

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CONservative MP Jacob Rees Mogg and new Independent ex-Labour_ MP Chuka Umunna discuss PM Theresa May getting heavily defeated again on her bent Brexit deal.

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Ken Clarke talks politics, finance and Ukip – Full Length | Guardian Live

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oh far in those talks there's been no big offer and the red lines remain in place it's actually quite difficult negotiating with a disintegrate in government with cabinet ministers jockeying for succession rather than working for an agreement as Democratic socialists we cannot ignore that we voted to trigger article 50 in 2017 it is in the country's interest to try to get this sorted one way or the other but we can never accept the government's bad deal or a disastrous No Deal so if we can't get a sensible deal along the lines of our alternative plan or a general election labor backs the option of a public vote on it the biggest the biggest issues facing us the talks that were having with the government have been difficult because as I said the government is in some degree of disarray itself they're still ongoing our point is that we want to protect jobs protect track and protect those rights that we have obtained and we will we met again yesterday and there will be further meeting coming up but quite honestly the government has to move its red lines we cannot go on having MV 1 MV 2 and V 3 and then coming on for possibly an MV 4 or a bill that we've yet to yet to actually see

Brexit breakdown: a big day in the north | Anywhere but Westminster

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Some hardcore remainers think they have heard enough from leave-voting northern towns, but people in those places are still desperate to be heard: about poverty, cuts, and how and when we might leave the EU. As Theresa May’s deal hits the skids, Anywhere But Westminster hits Wigan: 64% leave, and still waiting for the answers
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you know it's poetry's everywhere right dear is it well there's a story storytelling is is a big thing reindeer it's it tell me the story the last three years in wicked wagon that's a woman trust only on it was a lot of beauty kills a lot of beautiful buildings that the biggest thing is the people wiggins modern story runs from deindustrialization to being one of the areas of england hardest hit by austerity it was a universal credit pilot area then it voted 64 percent for brexit well-being and any over this government out we're so some people may think we've heard enough from places like this for us it feels like exactly the right place to be on the day that Theresa Mays deal once again hits the House of Commons and what you think about where the country ended up fur Klimt is a great food recycling project the name means very hungry local site as you can see it's full i'm we're just like whatever we are definitely not a property project we're an environmental project and there's a reason for that everybody's got pride why are we suddenly had to come round so thinking about feeding people what's the answer well the answer is don't be in the situation where people need to rely on something it's where people can work towards their own sort of future the role resilience can be resilient if you're angry you can you know when you look at Maslow's I Iraq and you look at all that and you look at what's at the very bottom of that food shelter warmth at the top it's realizing your own potential something's gone very wrong there something's gone very wrong it's always working class people that try and put it right that's always in there so I was because we see it I'm are you for a minute you see that's why I pan with the anvil on there we've developed an acute talent for blaming the victims I hate it when I see programs on the TV about benefit Street and and all that if people who were to blame other people at the top we've got more than they need and won't and they won't stop that blame because it serves to blame I think people themselves feel the weight of that blame I think people do feel shame but about their position to find ourselves in but they don't all work out of it so then they get defensive so then they look a bit bombs they don't then they look a bit like well I'm not bothered anyway but oh do we know if they are cuz nobody asked those people do they the points warm they you know have a story about some that they don't really know but they're not actually talked but what if that story now is are there the people who were stupid enough to vote for brexit because you hear that oh yeah things have sort of been few yeah yeah they do however we weren't given the correct information about forensic really the number of people like you've said to me you have 250 million pound a week run for the NHS you're not going to turn that up hey it was one of the few bits at home yeah anybody yeah well get your country back get your NHS back on track stop giving these people who do note some money you know it was all that kind of premise wasn't it that story again another story good story a very convincing life because we all want to believe it don't work Teresa may as I urged MPs to back her EU withdrawal deal in a crucial vote receive I don't know what you think about Briggs in where the countries ended up onto all that graph it's easy to find people here who say things like this revolted for out get out and repair the country that's my honest but be open to what people have to say you might get to something deep well we've done a lot of damage what last few years our government they always do they need to pay a bit more attention to what we need keep listening there's a lot of crime and it's down to the fact people haven't got money provide the money for the police in the NHS you look around the shop shopping everywhere what's your job I deliver parcels for Amazon and which you make a living doing them I don't make a living doing it at all no it's a job excuse me asking how much to turn in the average week and my top line would be about 500 and then I've got to pay for my van and the fuel and everything out of that as well so you're nominally self-employed yes but you're not really no they dictate when we can work in the hours we have to work you don't worry about leaving the economy tanked and we'll have even less money than we've got now because there's enough industry in this country let's bring it back build this country again hour and a half two hours we've been talking to people that's a cliche now feels like people say we've got to leave the European Union because this country's in a bad way and I'ma remain vote so I'd say well if we leave it'll be in an even worse way but that's not the way people are thinking secondly there's this idea that the wheels are all fallen off it breaks it and yet my impression very strongly here is that people would vote believe again in just the same numbers that they voted leave last night nothing has changed yeah I was taught to leave excuse me sorry I'm finding it quite difficult to get a job get to home put down a mortgage just basically be the 23 year old that my mum was up at 23 peeler because of the state of the country and the state of labour towns like this that we live in Manchester's like a bit of a sort of hog where there's like if you feel that people judge you for being from here a bit completely well it's not unrelated question it's a related question I wonder what you think about bricks it is this big vote in parliament in general I don't think it's a really bad decision but you know about 65% of people in wicked voted for it I do I do I know I know I did I do you think that's hope I mean our generation were quite we know what's wrong and we know we don't really know how to fix it yet it's lunchtime back at are you gonna stay yeah Nikki's out I moved to Spain I personally disagree with that but there is the votes it's about democracy and values it supposedly I'm trying to send some people of how they think we're gonna do it it's going very well for it's a universal credit remote area you know that I've been on their boat five months I'm living for 19 days off normally Jesus oh well when I went on it in November after two cokes it's on Ruffo for that five-week finger so I'm saying that that 540 got a pair 4 to 5 minutes on about 50 flowing from electorate you're left with a bottle turner to live off for a moment what's the major your disability excuse me okay I got poorly on when I was born Charlie is now volunteering in the warehouse here the last time you worked what did he do I was too major after 18 years I was made redundant and I thought we massive a I thought I was gonna walk straight into a gym but I'm applying for jobs and there's a thousand people applying for a job coming to the end of the month I get that 514 it's not like I couldn't go to another blowout I'll text some carrots or I'm going on the in at all so I'll make up batches suit up and I'll freeze it keeps laughing because I've still got me team leader brain on the sausage Jews then for the campus that's what gets me through every mom classy was strange question one did you vote in the referendum three years ago yeah voted to leave tell me why you voted fully oh so much somehow it would mean that there might be more for a town like this you must have heard this a thousand times people say that when we leave the country will be even poorer no no we can add a pure grease monkey news he's been paired 1.7 million oh please they're the people leading us out of the European unit and you voted for their thing yeah do you not think you were happy no we revolted for one thing honest to reason they earned it run into earth and you don't think you had that you were lied to found that Red Bulls know anyone that's gone missing but if I put a ballot paper in front of you now with all you know now we've leaving all remain on it you'd still vote from young a still industry in Wigan some of it is quite iconic well just seen this quite by chance a factory that makes a wage here unless we work for the Guardian the newspaper and I grew up in the northwest so I didn't even know what those Rose milk balls was here since 1919 well long 1998 we started we would like to be here for another hundred Newton's brexit I think this was before but we don't know how it's gonna affect transport links we don't know how it's gonna flex Tarrasch stuffing and if we knew what we're dealing with we can deal with it all you survived the greatest fence around the Great Depression yeah two Wars one Great Depression one economic crash yeah and you're still in we're still here so a grexit is nothing charting territory markers beckon where do you think we're here completely uncharted territory I think I hope very much that we're headed for a defeat for the Prime Minister such education for the first time she might actually take some notice Bluetooth speaker obviously that used to become that pub they've been choose to be any other managers er but the pub in the kitchen and she used to clean up don't need to bring it the deeds type I thought this is Finnegan fast this is where everybody many children you just have a good time you just enjoyed yourself instead of going on the streets getting yourself in trouble what do you think about brexit really don't follow it and your future next five or 10 years I want to be a midwife I want to work with children well I want to move a to begin first I want to emigrate to Australia where my dead sister lives its ability say I have my own business I'm landscape gardener and I do property maintenance work my father killed himself with a very and so I've never got back on I've never got me in the it's not got back to it bluevine up what we're actually omelettes where you stayin at night there's nothing left at wicked what you so for surfing as they call it understand yeah and if it meant if we make enough money but go to awesome straight up yeah to be honest we made nearly you know for an old tell today but we didn't make enough so we just bought a good night I doing wrong help people I stuff and that watch mean our jobs then he stay in hotel what three view in the room he's sort of our to avoid the conclusion quite frequently that this country sort of falling apart all sorts away and then pees in the media falling over themselves to get worked up about something but it's not that it's not homelessness or the fact that young people are itinerant because there's no opportunities and their own in a whole ways a distant prospect or that that the fellow we met today is working for Amazon for effectively less for the minute less than the minimum wage or that Universal Credit doesn't work and people can't afford to eat right now as I'm standing here the houses of parliament is tearing itself to pieces about whether we're going to leave your opinion and what Jacob Riis mark wants I think the word for that is displacement activity rather than what's the vote in the Commons unfolding we decide to spend the evening I'm a choir practice in Wigan MP started going into the I know lobbyists to do this latest meaningful vote once resumes deal can't get any more specific this is a fledgling local charity for living with life helps families deal with the reef hahaha MPs reject ways breaks it deal for second time by a majority of 114 the fire is filled for people who were come from all different walks of life we've all got stuff that's going on that's really tough to deal with and to be able to get your own mental health in our demand coming together for a common purpose early mental health preventative treatments is that the minute the way we deal with bereavement even when we know it's gonna happens we just come in after it's happened so if people have lived life really well and they've said everything that they need to say in this cycle by to the family as well you've left with less regrets the question I would ask people all day is what does Wigan need I mean as a single mum I work two part-time jobs at the minute to make a living with life happen for people within the reading community they've got the ideas the only thing that they're lacking at the minute is the funding for me I believe that our idea literally could change the world Wiggin is still waiting for some kind of answer to what he told politicians back in June 2016 but the tragedy of brakes is that the problems of places like this have been all but forgotten amongst all the Westminster drama more than ever they have things to tell us we ought to listen in the past our and peas have voted overwhelmingly to reject the Prime Minister's revised brexit deal for the second time 17 days before Eugene is due to leave

UKIP: The First 100 Days | Monday, 9pm | Channel 4

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Benn: 'The risk of a No-Deal Brexit has only been delayed'

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The chair of the Brexit Select Committee warns that the ‘catastrophic risk’ of No-Deal has only been delayed by two weeks.

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well as the government's grappled with brexit and failed to find a majority for its plan and Champy's are taking matters into their own hands tomorrow MPs could seize control of the brexit process from the government of one of the most influential is a chair of the pranks that Select Committee Hillary ban who joins us now thank you very much for being on the program this morning big week ahead I just want to start off with some of the speculation in the Sunday newspapers that there could be a coup being mounted against the Prime Minister I mean how do you feel about the prospect of a new Conservative Party leader a new prime minister I think we're probably seeing the final stages of the current Prime Minister's leadership but frankly what matters more is the crisis that is still facing the country this isn't political crisis of constitutional crisis economic crisis and as a result of the decision of the European Council last week we've gained an extra two weeks no more so the real risk of an OD or exit has merely been delayed it has not been averted so we need to take things in order the first priority is ensure that there is not a no deal breaks if the Chancellor couldn't have been clearer in his interview with you earlier when he talked about it being catastrophic for the British economy on that I agree with him completely and the second thing we have to do is for Parliament and that's the purpose of the amendment that a cross-party group of MPs have put down for Monday is to see whether there is an alternative approach which can command support but I've also come to the conclusion that thirdly whatever deal Parliament is prepared to put forward should go back to the British people and given the crisis that were in at the same time that might make it more difficult for other parliamentarians to support what are whatever it is you're calling Volcker for many people the thought of a second referendum is something that fills in with dread because it means what they would say is overturning the result of the first one well I've reflected long and hard on this and I've been very struck in the last few weeks the Prime Minister brought her deal to Parliament it was rejected she brought it back and it was rejected she may bring it back this week and I suspect it will be rejected again now we're told that that is democratic in an attempt to try and get us as MPs to change our mind someone please explain to me why it is undemocratic to ask the British people whether on reflection they would like to change their mind or not the point about a confirmatory referendum and the amendment that Peter Carlin Phil Wilson have put together is I think the way forward Jeremy spoke very movingly when he was on your program I think last week it says look we've prepared whatever deal Parliament can agree with the European Union put that to the people if that's carried then we leave on that basis so if people want to vote leave again of course they can do so we now know a bit more about what breaks it means we don't yet know the full story but if that is rejected then the alternative would be that we would be remain in the European Union and I if Parliament remains deadlocked and there's no guarantee that the indicative vote process that the selectivity I chair called for which I hope will take place next week no guarantee it will resolve the deadlock in Parliament and in those circumstances other way is of getting a final decision other than to go back to the British so what do you vote for the Prime Minister's deal as it stands if it was then put to a public vote well I think that she would I think the proposal is in effect Parliament would allow it to go through what that only it well people could have a stain but the fact is it would be approved but only if the prime minister in the government gave an absolutely category that it would then be put to the British people because you can only put in a referendum a second referendum a leave proposition that has been negotiated with the European Union that's the only one that there is at the moment we may negotiate a different one Norway in a customs union for example which there may be a lot of support for but in the end I think you need people's consent because we're now nearly three years on and the truth about the last or two or three quarter years is that the fantasies that were presented by the leave campaigners during the referendum and you've heard them on the program this morning have collided with the reality it's a national crisis because the government has failed to face up to the wheel services rather than carrying on pretending we can have our cake and eat it because we can't and now we know that now you more than perhaps anyone a very very plugged into what's happening with these votes next week you've been talking to mums the government bad as well can you just explain what you ik what you believe the strategy will be next week help will unfold will there be a free vote will the government be effectively allowing the amendment through what's happening well it's not entirely clear what the government's approach is going to take and I listen very carefully to what Philip Hammond had to say because the government could have taken control of this process but we are acting as backbenchers because the government has failed to do that it's in complete and utter chaos we can all see that and I think the key alternative options are do you want a free trade agreement like Canada now I will not vote for that because it doesn't solve the problem of the border in Northern Ireland it doesn't give you the kind of friction free trade which Adam Marshalls members need in order to carry on with their businesses the second option is a customs union I think that is an essential building block of solving the Northern Ireland border problem the third is a Norway plus arrangement customs union plus small way it seems to me that is essential if you're going to keep an open border honor the Good Friday Agreement and ensure that British continue to trade freely and then those are policy choices about the future and then separate from that is how does the final decision get made and that's where a confirmatory referendum comes in and I vote for that when it is presented to Parliament I think we could look it's very complicated isn't talked about all these different way forwards but I think we have got a graphic where these are what's going into expect him effectively as some of the things to be Philip Hammond basically ruled up the top one No Deal Bret sir and he ruled out the bottom warrant revoke the article 50 but he didn't rule out any of the others I mean is that effectively where you are I mean I guess the top three and you probably wouldn't vote for but are you willing to stomach the others well a no deal-breaker it's been rejected by Parliament twice now and that's absolutely clear and there's another amendment down for Monday from my colleague Yvette Cooper which is looking ahead because we must ensure going back to my first point that we do not leave to deal a free trade agreement doesn't work indeed the Prime Minister made that clear she said a Canada deal wouldn't work for the Northern Ireland problem the PM Steel's been rejected twice now and I think whether you can describe a customs union plus the PM's deal the customs union would be different we've been asking the Prime Minister to accept the basic building block of making progresses a customs union and she is resolutely refused to do that I think a customs union and single market or variation they're off I support a confirmatory referendum the replication of article 50 I think the only circumstances it comes right back to the first point on your list if we got to what three weeks time and then you said I'm sorry we're not prepared to give you an extension now I'm absolutely clear that number one priority is to avoid a No Deal brexit if they refuse to give them some steps and then Parliament would be faced with a choice about whether to use that particular method but we've got to do our job and it's the government's failure to do its job is why Parliament people say grab control of the order paper this is MPs doing their job as the public would expect us to do to try and find an alternative way forward well let's talk about that about MPs effectively doing its job as you would say taking control of the order pay for his office word I was in Brussels this week and I spoke to Philippe LAN bear who's an MEP on the BRICS that steering group and I can have a quick look at what he told me the delay was all about he said what we did here is to create some space to let Parliament take hold of the process he described it as to give another chance to the adults in Westminster I mean is that what's happening is this effectively a parliamentary coup it's not a coup because in the in Parliament has to agree a deal in a way forward that's what we're elected to do that's what the public expect us to do now I very much welcome the fact that the EU agreed to provide some more time because they're no deal breaks it would be catastrophic for us for the Republic of Ireland it'd be very damaging for the European Union I don't think they want to see that happen but they are as frustrated as everybody else at the government's fracturing its inability to move and the really central question for next week Sophie is supposing Parliament did say we're in favor of a different all the indications are from the last two 3/4 years is that the Prime Minister has refused to shift an inch she keeps saying well let's talk my deal or no deal my deal on it because we haven't got much time now and and david Livington a man that you've spent a lot of time with in meetings in recent months the de facto Deputy Prime Minister a man who some people are saying should be put in place as a caretaker Prime Minister would you welcome that look the leadership of the Conservative Party is a problem for the Conservative Party I would like to see it is a problem as well I think it's the angels government but what I think is essential now is whoever is the leader of the Conservative Party if Parliament decides that it is prepared to support a way forward and if Parliament decides that it then wants to put that to the British people in a confirmatory referendum then the nation needs leadership that is prepared to compromise that's the crucial point and the reason to resume is in such difficulty this morning is she had steadfastly refused to shift an engine is no good saying my door is open come and talk to me if her mind is closed and I'm afraid that's what the last two and three-quarter years have demonstrated plus there's been an unwillingness to tell the British people the truth about the real choices we face okay we're at the time Harry ban thank you very much

Adam Boulton (Sky News) v Alastair Campbell (Labour) – FIGHT FIGHT FIGHT!

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Adam Boulton stops short of fighting Alastair Campbell live on Sky News. Have I Got News for You material!

10th May ~5:45PM

Westminster by Alastair Campbell evening to you angry a lot of people try to make head or tail of what the prime minister said your colleagues say it's a dignified and statement like statesmen like offering from him those on the other side of the house saying that it's a blatant piece of party gamesmanship and has nothing to do with dignity what it is I mean it brings sense to this very very complicated and difficult situation which the election result through up no party one no party leader got a very clear Monday the Tories got most seats they got the biggest share of the vote and the options remain a minority Tory government some sort of deal between the choice and the Liberals and they can carry on their discussions with that but what's happened today is that Nick Clegg is indicated to Gordon Brown that there may be sense in actually a discussion developing there are obviously been sort of behind-the-scenes discussions going on but in a proper policy based discussion developing between labor and Liberal Democrats to see whether the basis for coalition government can be formed and I think actually a lot of people will feel that's not about if that materializes is not about outcome from this election let's just you know go back a bit where we think that's what the British people really voted for well I do what they certainly didn't they certainly voted for change of some sort no doubt about fitness they voted for change of some sort C I think no discussion no it was a hundred eyes to answer Jeremy's question if I may all right they want to change of some sort they did not go for David Cameron despite the utterly slavish media support that he got despite all the money from law – dropped and his friends despite the fact that it would had the recession and so forth they didn't really want Cameron there's obviously been Gordon accepts that there was also a there least were stop I thought it didn't give I mean oh he's only saying it was what I said was no party leader or no party like that the facts of the eleven in the election if we take three main parties yeah there is one party that lost both in terms of share of the vote and seats that is labor there is one party that he's behind the Conservatives and on top of that we've now got a prime minister who wants to stay on for four months but he's saying he's going to resign in four months time now none of that with all due respect Alastair Campbell can be seen as a vote of confidence by the voters in the labour nobody's saying that it is in fact that's the hell you're saying nobody won what I'm saying is if you just look at the results there is a policy where you'll say what you are their bosses let me move oh yeah yeah you are saying though is the look David Cameron didn't do that much better than some of his predecessors but I said you got more seats and a bigger share of the vote my position right okay but my point is the situation altitude and the second point to be fryin to the first day which is second answer the first one if you put together the percentages of the vote all the parliamentary seats a live lab combination doesn't do it no you then have to look at a play knows a minority Tory government yeah but a live lab a lip a Lib conservative coalition clearly doesn't a healthy animal Georgia and that may happen and the owners have not undertaken WIC says and just go quietly except that you lost this election why not do what David one key except that you lost no because I don't think the right thing to do because I don't think that's the Verdi that the pop international interest is actually what you're seriously thinking about in this yes occasionally four more months of Gordon Brown looking all until even I know that you've been sort of spending the last few years saying Gordon Brown's dead meat and he should be going anyway I'm not just saying no show me where I said I don't want a good are using in the national interest what the nation needs is form I am saying that I am saying the real I'm having well I am saying there are three options one is a Tory might all right none of them are perfect one is a toy minority government that would be perfectly legitimate okay it wouldn't be terribly stable it might not last very long but it's legitimate the second is a Lib Tory deal either would be formal which could be stable but what's absolutely clear Adam you can't tell the Liberal Democrats to do things they don't want to do I'm not doing anyone know you're sort of say it's an easy option for them it's not and what's coming through loud and clear from a long Liberal Democrats is that they're activists and their supporters saying hold on a minute we did not vote to get you to put David Cameron in power we voted to stop matter did they vote to put keep Gordon Brown in power they voted exactly vote chanting no they didn't have accepted that today which is y-you know what did you do what did you do just sort of says Ross here you go David Cameron come on in you didn't actually get the vote you should have done you didn't get the majority you said you were going you've got a lot more votes than C yes I do Adam you're obviously upset that David Hammons by the way you probably know dynamique on time I'm commenting saying what I think Alice this is live on today don't keep telling me when I think this is going to do you come on no no no II don't want the election Alex let's do you oh don't you talk to me I'm fed up with you telling me what I think I don't care way to feel about I don't care what you're fed up with you can see what you like I can tell you my opinion don't tell me what I think I will tell you why I think your ear Alastor you being bad being right John you are being a bit provocative here not necessarily songs politics is about actual things he's saying that Gordon Brown is no longer legitimately that I'm saying years I'm saying he is look at the performances in the elections labor did worse than the concerns and I was saying saying that no they got more seeds of course they did the Tories got more sense I do except just yes come on Iike we're brand is constitutionally perfectly entitled to be positive just tell furnishes points on this point he has managed this situation I think perfectly properly he's a today announced he will not be a personal question yes why hasn't he had a cabinet meeting before me because nothing happened to me tonight yeah but he hasn't any babies I have a please have any more why haven't you had an HMO parliamentary Labour Party I think wonder depressor the concerns any work to worry in other words I mean there was some concern I proceeded you and totally unelected I've plotted this me yeah one your elect your I'm Pierre speak about him no but he's us because he has got a party you're gonna clean it up that's a another one who's classic we killed Michael so that's not just the main carry on later I'm Johanna said if you're led to this latest round user bank this is a Gordon Brown 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Question Time 12/14/2017

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Question Time from Barnsley. Final one of the season!

on BBC one now question time tonight we're in Barnsley and welcome to question time and on our panel tonight the Conservative MP former education secretary Nicky Morgan who was one of the eleven Tories who voted against the government last night and Rebecca long Bailey Labour's shadow Secretary for business she's been an MP for two years and was an early supporter of Jeremy Corbyn as Labour leader the scientist broadcaster expert on the joys and the pains of childhood professor Robert Winston the former political editor of The Sunday Times and The Daily Mail the fervent brexit ear Isabelle Oates shot and that rarity on the stand-up circuit a comedian who votes conservative and voted brexit and survived those audiences such night should be a walk in the park for Jeff Norco [Applause] but thank you very much now of course from home you can as always argue the toss using hashtag BBC Q T on Twitter on Facebook or you can text a three nine eight one push the red button to see what others are saying but there's something I should tell you if you tweet about Question Time you may not have seen this it was reported this week that we are the second most tweeted program in Britain on television and only love Island gets more tweets than we do so I'm applying to go on love Islanders so our first question tonight let's have that from James powers please James powers when will some MPs stop trying to subvert the will of the British people and Briggs [Applause] [Applause] you think you've anybody around this table James Nicky Morgan you better start I said I think I might be might be aimed it at me and last night was not about doing that we've had the referendum we had the vote in June 2016 and people made the decision to leave the European Union the question now is how we leave the European Union and well this is one of the issues because the referendum has proved I think the most divisive thing I have ever come across in my political career I've been involved in politics for almost 30 years and it's it's something we have to have a proper debate about and actually if we're going to continue to revert to labels misrepresentations threats bullying intimidation then we are not going to do the best by the country which is now about getting the best possible deal in the European what we're trying to achieve [Applause] we know everybody the majority of people in this country voted brexit what's the idea of last night's vote except to change the deal the Prime Minister might get my name of it the aim is to make sure that Parliament the UK Parliament like the EU Parliament has a say of meaningful say on the final deal but I thought the vote was given to ask the people under the referendum well the decision to leave well the decision to leave has been made I mean that's that's that's been and gone so those who voted to leave many of them still don't seem to be able to to accept that has happened it's sort of protecting that rather than actually debating how we are going to leave and I'm afraid as a constituency Member of Parliament I am absolutely going to stand up for the Economic Security of my constituents the the values that we have as a country and our Constitution we have in this current bill that was being debated we had a lot of powers that were going to come back to the government to the executive and not to be scrutinized by Parliament I'm afraid as a backbench member of parliament that is not right and just because we just have a precedent now and we say well this is just the brexit then what happens next time that Parliament is you know got round so that the government could carry on exercising people in this audience and elsewhere we go what earth were you doing as members of parliament not scrutinizing this deal properly at the time is a bloke shot I'm sorry Nicky but I think this is sanctimonious toddle it holds a lot from you about putting country before party I think this is all about you actually because you don't believe in brexit do you ultimately you say that you've accepted it's going to happen but I don't think that you believe in it and I think this is about 20 tests now you know vaulty come okay what do you got – beginning a lot of loyalties race it love it and agree with it I'm really happy that you've brought us onto the question of loyalty because I wonder how you as a Conservative MP felt as you trotted through the lobbies last night with labour thick with with Labour MPs I didn't know it later to be heard singing the red flag how did you feel what I've no idea I didn't hear anyone seeing anything like you a mini a turd the Prime Minister you have undermined her negotiating position and you are not standing up for what the people of this country voted for of course Rebecca long bailey was there labour were in the opposition lobbies what do you are how do you answer well brexit is going to happen whatever people's opinions might be of brexit last night's vote was not an attempt to block brexit it was to give Parliament the right to scrutinize and vote on the final deal what the street noise means sorry can I put very simple question what does scrutinize mean if it doesn't mean change the deal that has been negotiated change the final deal that will be up to Europe to decide whether we might be able to bring things back to the negotiating table when it gives us the option it gives us the option of scrutinizing the final deal and assessing where the no deal or the deal on the table is best for the country at the moment at the moment the government wanted to push through their deal without any parliamentary oversight and the way that they've dealt with brexit so far quite frankly has been shambolic [Applause] they told us that they carried out impact assessments of various sectors yet a few months later they tell us that those impact assessments don't exist we had Philip Hammond threatening to turn the UK into a tax haven if we didn't get the deal we wanted so I'm about to let the Conservatives have a blank check – right away you said something I think you've said this you said we have we will have the power to decide whether what's on the table or No Deal is better for this right is that what you mean not you don't want to change the deal will happen whatever but do you want I will vote on the deal do you want the power to change the deal that the Prime Minister and David Davis and the others have negotiated or do you just want the power to say we don't like that – Labour's policy is no no last night we don't want to have a No Deal option but what last night's amendment gave us was the opportunity to scrutinize the deal and request that the government go back to Europe if we want to amend certain parts of it now that's not to say that you will agree to that but it's an option now that wasn't there before that's different we've got a lot of people with their hands up they're different now let's hear it from members of our audience one by one you here on the right man first like a tennis ball it goes back with some force back to some folks until will expire before we ever get there because you think it's just going to go on I think you just get why can't all of you agree to do go down and agreed path doesn't sound as if his audience can agree so I don't know how those comments would be the man and think they're you sir yes I think you just showed political naivety because all you've done is taken the negotiator now away from the power the government that we sent off to negotiate [Applause] negotiation to sit at the negotiating table and get sold rat are you prepared to deal have you got the authority to deal they can't say that now they've got no authority to deal nickiemoore anyone who wants him I'm afraid I disagree I mean the EU Parliament is is also going to have a vote so that would also apply in that case to the EU negotiators I don't agree that our Parliament and you can potentially put it into an ordeal brexit because if it gets to the end of the clock ticking and we can't agree where do when don't well there are some people who want there to be a no deal and that's actually something I think we deeply damaging for the country and actually while making sure well what we've got is the opportunity for the UK Parliament to look at the final deal and if we're kept obviously informed as we were you know last week Parliament was actually very supportive of the Prime Minister's achievement and getting on to the phase two talks you're killing it you don't even understand you're killing it by committee there's not many people involved now we're gonna get let's pause there rather Winston can we just cut out the rhetoric for a second we might be helpful first of all I never thought I'd say this to Nicky Morgan but I congratulate you for the last night you think exactly what was in the spirit of a whole brexit issue the reason why people voted for breakfast was because they wanted to have the sovereignty of the British Parliament and what you ensure last night was the sovereignty of the British Parliament have a say in how things are negotiated and that was something which was splendid to do and I congratulate you I've read the whole of the Hansard very carefully every word of that debate and looked at who spoke and I'm very impressed by the standard of the debate I think was a very very high standard but there are some real problems we have to face for example in the NHS as a massive problem growing because of brexit there's also the issue of your Assam which nobody's discussing and these are things which are really important for example we now no longer will have any kind of relationship with Europe over over atomic isotopes so for example things like that means it's going to affect a whole of cancer therapy all sorts of drug making all kinds of issues which affect medical treatment on a day to day basis in our hospitals leaving aside the manpower crisis which is growing there are also all sorts of other issues which need to be disentangled and that's why we absolutely have to have this negotiation and it has to be run by Parliament it can't be run by Brussels yeah I mean Roger speakers compared perhaps say the non-politician on journalists is that when I was on the show early this year started off by saying I felt sorry for Theresa May and a compliment say again I did feel sorry for she said quite a year you know coughing up a fur ball at the party conference calling election she didn't win squirming on the couch at the one show she might felt reasonably entitled to think that having got for a very difficult first phase in the negotiation that she might be out going to a Christmas and enjoy and her mince pies and I think that you know the Tory Red Bulls know I'll tell you a face value Nicki and what you're saying in terms of wanting to do the right thing in the country but I don't know if the net effect might still be different to what you intended and I think the Tory rebels have got to be careful because maze grip on power is tenuous at best you might get harder breaks a tear in charge in the end somebody perhaps like Jeremy Corbyn perhaps and I always finger saying Bardsley but anyway I think the real crux of this issue always seems to come down to this it's a single market isn't it every argument comes back to a single market and freedom of movement and I think the freedom of movement thing is important now I grew up in London and my experience of immigration was an incredibly positive thing but you know London isn't Britain I think it's important to say that London isn't Britain and people's experience of immigration around the country is wildly different and when you saw those MPs wave in their order papers last night in cheering there's a lot of the country that wouldn't have looked on that well and I think that there's a lot of leave voters like me that think that that see immigration as a necessary and welcome part of any liberal democracy but that perhaps it shouldn't be unlimited in perpetuity and that that decision shouldn't be taken elsewhere that I welcome some immigration but that decision should be taken here and not in Brussels I really couldn't agree more with Nikki and Robert they're mean the leave campaign all throughout the brexit referendum you know shouted and yelled about sovereignty for the UK Parliament sovereignty for the UK and then when you know Nikki bravely Veit votes for that suddenly she's being attacked you know snakes pick up on that because where exactly was Nikki when sovereignty was ceded to Brussels over decades I don't see and I want to make another point mean which is about trust here and I think we've got a real issue with trust in our MPs to carry out the will of the people if you just take Barnsley as an example 68% of people in Barnsley voted to leave unfortunately 73% of our MPs are remain Asst and that is now being played out in the houses of parliament in a way that erodes trust in the execution of the will of the people I think yes we constantly been told by these elite politicians and obviously she's done a really treacherous Act last night against the Conservative Party but the lady on the other side is in a party that should be defending the working-class communities that this town is and and their party is tending towards the single market now which is unrestricted migration and that is what this town over all voted leave to stop because it damaged the Working Party in and her party's doing more damage to these communities if we're going to hear that Kea stammer keep on about their single marking Sonic's way back that's what we wouldn't have in these working-class traditional communities and you're stabbing us in the back if you're going to carry on what happened last night with those treacherous rebels and bring that down upon us you'd not and when he says about parliamentary sovereignty the people and the sovereign to put the representatives in a parliament and we made our decision we know why we made it I know yourself with thick up north but I remember voting on my ballot paper and he said he said leave or remain and he didn't say when I put my box in leave now turned to question two do you want their self Greg Zee [Applause] we're quite clear that brexit is going to happen but we want a deal that hot we want to deal the world we want to deal at ports because over the last few weeks it's been very rarely reported in the media as to the amendments that were put through in the EU withdrawal bill what the conservative voted against Labour's amendments to make sure that workers rights were protected they voted against Labour's amendments to make sure that our environmental rights and safeguards would protect it they haven't dealt with the erratum issue as robert has discussed earlier and they also didn't look at specific sectors specific parts of crucial industry that reflect areas of Barnsley areas of Salford where I'm from where if we did not get a good deal from the European Union we would be on our knees economically and but just stick with his point he said he voted out and labour wants a single market I think of the words John MacDonald use they want easy easy immigration you know what is it about vote leave that you accept we want an economic arrangement with the European Union that allows us to trade freely so that the industry in terms of free movement we recognized that coming out of the European Union means that free movement will end we want to use that as an opportunity to end the undercutting of pay by people that I heard him last Sunday it's mentioned single market he said he was a member of the thing he did say he wanted easy movement rather than free movement whatever that means what yeah the man up there on the one three down on the gangway there you sir Lee you are never going to give us a good deal because whatever we think is a good deal is a bad deal for them so all this bickering when you have let go tracer maze we curse is at the moment it's just undermined in our country okay there our so-called chance trying to get Brian Anton Robin home well I don't think it's true at all and a bad deal for us doesn't mean it a good deal for Europe or vice versa I've had a good deal done then there's a future here for the whole of what Western Europe including Britain to actually live in a way which is going to be mutually satisfactory and it's very very foolish for them or vice versa that's not how it works that's not how dealership works and I have to say it's all very well saying talking about trust but the difficulty really of course is that if you have a a very weakened undermined Prime Minister then of course these debates which you have in Parliament moment do look rather stark but they need to be had they're really essential and at the moment I mean so the general over there who's who's worried about financial things in Yorkshire believe me I understand that I have a huge love for Yorkshire I've spent a lot of my working time in Yorkshire but the fact of the matter is you also want cancer treatment in Yorkshire and there's a real risk that the machines and the drugs and the other things that we need such as the isotopes will not be available to us unless we actually drive a very difficult bargain and that's a very complicated issue Robert Robert you're you're in the House of Lords and the stories are that the House of Lords are going to be much rougher on anything Theresa may comes back with what David Davis comes back with well in the House of Commons is that actually think I was rather hoping you weren't gonna raise that because of course one of the issues about the vote last night does drive a chink through the debate when it comes to the House of Lords of course you're going to come back to your report stage presumably in the Commons anyway that's that will be the next stage but eventually this will have to go through both houses of parliament and I think the House of Lords may take a very very more collected view than actually what has happened in the Commons because I think a lot of the things which were represented in that debate yesterday from the people who I saw speaking so volubly and so well are often reflected in many debates that we're having in our but Robert just to cut to the chase is this as some people may suspect the beginning of a movement that will lead to us not actually leaving the EU well of course this comes back to the problem with with the referenda I noticed you don't say but I mean one of the problems is this shows the foolishness of having a vote vote like a referendum because of a referendum with a simple year is very very unsatisfactory and we're seeing some of the results of that it's something which the husband Lords tried to prevent very hard the house of Walsh was pretty wise we put down in numerable amendments it might not happen it could just possibly but I think it's very very and if it doesn't happen Nicky Morgan will be the first step towards that well I think that's up to the cue more I don't think so I think it's look it's going to happen we are going to leave the the question is you have been involved it's the beginning of the death of brexit by a thousand amendments they're gonna try and strangle and I think I think it's various I mean as there was a massive turnout and it's not a zero-sum game if because what they realized there wasn't the will in the country for a second referendum and they're trying to do it a different way but there was a huge turnout for this there was a clear majority in Italy not a huge majority and I think that the Democratic consequences of this it's not a zero-sum game is it that people will be they'll be I don't think it's the same as someone like for odds that thinks that there'll be civil disobedience because I think this country is better than that but I think that there may be disengagement and people maybe will start looking for more radical party so I think you've just got a good I agree with you I agree with you that actually if this were not to happen leaving the European Union it would as members of parliament and I think everyone it will totally undermine the democracy and the vote that we have had and that is why I have voted to trigger article 50 I have voted to give the EU withdraw Bell a second reading I voted to repeal the European can use act 1972 but yes I would like Parliament to be involved in the process going forward and gentle up here talked about representatives that's exactly what we have we have a representative democracy and you're also right to say that on that ballot paper were only two options leave or remain it did not say how we were going to leave nor to deal with we are going to go the woman in the second road from the back there people on the panel have talked about trust and other people in the audience have said that the vault last night takes away the power from the people negotiating but I don't trust David Davies and Theresa May to negotiate a deal for me my MP in Parliament should be part of scrutinizing whatever deal we should get madder than 11 because they're both MP's revolted last night it doesn't matter the labor of conservatives think the decision for Breck's it's gonna come down to the DUP you can't even keep it to devolve government and Ireland together in the from the vacuum because of the way MPs voted last night yes they have massively increased our chances of getting no deal because the amount of time it takes for an acts of parliament to be passed and for there to be approval from MPs is is it takes a while and we're unlikely to get a deal until late in March 2019 and you know looking at a positively and so then you've got to look and then you've got to pass an act of Parliament and so there's a massive chance that we're gonna get to the 29th of March 2019 and we're not going to have a deal and we're just going to go off a cliff edge and that's mainly because of what the way MPs and do you think do you think it will be off a cliff edge or do you think it would just be an extended year or two of negotiation well the transition if that's been confirmed yes as it stands yeah you know if MPs are going to vote like that then we're just going to go off a cliff it's an important point it is an important point and actually there are three things I want to say in response to that firstly the government had already conceded several weeks ago that we were going to have an act of Parliament which would approve the withdrawal agreement secondly Acts of Parliament can be got through both houses very very speedily third the European Parliament is affecting their voting process to start next autumn October 2018 now I think that's obviously it's a big challenge to negotiator everything and have the detail but that's what everyone's aiming for but the fourth actually is that you have just proven why the amendment that is down to having a hard day to the 29th of March 2019 11 p.m. is not a good idea it's because things can just take a little bit longer we saw that actually with the way to resume worked when she had the knock back at the start of last week she worked and worked and work moved away from the negotiating deadline the EU had said she got to our loss Friday and she got that deal to get us onto no no I'm not trying to lay the process all we are saying is exactly as the audience have said which is actually the campaign was about taking back control control is going to come back to a sovereign Parliament where representatively elected by members of parliament you say your sewin spectacles there I voted to leave that one of one of the things is I did realize that it's going to be it's a complicated situation it's not gonna happen overnight and some people think it's got your boat yes we're gonna leave away we go it doesn't work like that there's too much to sort out there's too much to agree and there's too much importance on our poverty we've got enough as it is now we don't want to have any more and if we can sort it out we've got a better deal we've got better trade then so be it and what's your view of what's your view about the role Parliament should players Nicky Morgan should vote on the final that's why we are like people and if we don't like what the man up there on the on the gangway there in pink yes yeah yeah the difficulty is we set off on the wrong foot for me this was a this was an issue of national importance and I believe at that point we should have had a across party committee so on-site representing one party representatives in Europe and I think that's just quite narrow-minded and I know what I elected my MP and I voted to leave pure on those grounds that we would have the capacity to go out there and negotiate with cross party representations so I think you know up to a point I agree with you Nicky I do actually believe you're not representing your constituency properly because they are obviously a leave constituency so but yeah I think you're right myself I think we do need to debate it as for scrutiny I think the media will do its role I think reps it will be scrutinized more than anything else okay and the man on the other side of the gangway and then I come back to you yes I do believe that Tories didn't have any game plan initially the first round talks can they tell us what they actually got out of the first round talks it's all you give aways the EU let us off with 35 million the initial they wanted about 80 80 million or so figures were being banded around or 80 billion sorry so what is it that David Davis achieved in the first round of talks can they tell us that so I applaud you for either sticking out and making sure that we review whatever they bring back okay this is a really good point and no one should feel that just because we originally thought we might have to pay 70 or 80 billion 35 is actually fantastic it's still an awful lot of money but you know we have to be pragmatic about these things I just want to pick up on what Lord Winston was saying so I thought it was really interesting that he wasn't actually denying the possibility that brexit might not happen and there are other Labour peers for whom I have a great respect for example Lord Adonis who said today that last night's result was the first step towards stop being brexit we should not make any mistake about how powerful the vested interests are in making sure that we stay in the EU and they will stop at nothing make no mistake forgive me I'm I love Android oh this is lovely man but I completely disagree with him I was asked a straight question whether this will make any difference but of course it's absolutely impossible to predict the future and clearly that is a momentum to use perhaps the wrong word which just might in fact leave a chink for that possibility whether that's a good thing or a bad thing it is an issue but it's inevitable when you have a parliamentary discussion that things change that's all I'm saying I'm not saying I'm supporting not having brexit and I'm certainly not supporting Android onus and I take a couple more points winners move on in a moment from you and then I'll come to you in the front row though yes Nikki points out the it's not to stop but within minutes of importing Anusol Britain orders were tweeting out now we can stop in the single market customs union and then 45 minutes later the EU chief negotiator G Faust actually to the outside he thinks it's a good idea it suggests it's as an establishment state job right no no I've got your nationality I'm both British citizens and two European national and I like to know if this is an opportunity to rethink and reboot Europe and what place in Europe will Britain have you can't neither history you've had for thousands of years so what happens next and what do you think should happen I am yes yes okay I just before we go Rebecca on bail you haven't spoken for a bit what do you say to this idea that behind all this a challenge from an establishment whatever that might be to see off the idea of brexit and to find a way of procrastinating so that in the end we don't actually quite leave no I think the vast majority of MPs in Parliament respect the referendum as I do we want to make sure that brexit is delivered and we want an economy first brexit now what's interesting about last night was that it was an embarrassment for the Prime Minister it showed that she couldn't hold her government together but it puts pressure on her now to work on a cross-party basis and make sure that people's concerns are actually listened to and that she can put forward a final deal that satisfies as many people as possible and delivers the best deal possible because nobody wants to vote against a deal and nobody that I've spoken to there might be a small minority that one No Deal is an option but the vast majority don't want No Deal your party embarrasses itself every single day on breakfast it changes with the wind do you want to leave a single market well we recognize that when we leave the European Union we come out of the single market I think do you want cream in Yemen or do you want easy movement one or two three me I already made the point you should have been paying it we've stated that we recognize that free movement would end we realize that there have been abuses there have been undercutting of wages through the use of agency staff that have been brought over to the UK and that is not acceptable and we need to have a system of reasonable and fair managed migration you can't possibly say that the Tory position is shambolic though because yours is right we must we must go in the center you want to pick up on that they were saying yeah I know the man here yes sorry it's obviously it's going to go through Parliament but obviously listening to Lord Winton you're gonna have problems here out the laws where all these amendments so it's going to go on and on from one Parliament to the next and that can tell that the man clearly state there's going to be problems with a lodge before anything what's the shadow polish the law divisions divisions so actually at the table okay it's always that what was that abolish Parliament or yes you yeah okay let's just it was much longer you say yes yes I think that all the politicians right on the day after the river the referendum never ever expected the result that they got and that's why [Applause] that's why I think every one of them to evolve artist looked in the mirror that bowler annoyance a try guys gals what's in it for me out can i total confusion reigned in other words I take one more point for up there at the very top on the right yes you sir I thank you and I do believe the following the referendum and especially come from Bangor myself that the there seems to be an irrational fear that the the United Kingdom is incapable of standing on its own in the world it's it's definitely resonant in offices throughout the okay on the street in the poor boy and a beer smoke whatever you doing people don't want I personally believe that people don't want to argue that all right we'll go with these extreme left policies will go these extreme right policies and end of the day we're leaving the European Union well I believe we are based on the vulgar art that we talk about the unit you may be about that you put you work your vet brexit did you oh you don't have to say I'm gonna admit that yes I did vote for Brett see yeah but I'm not going to say that I did it reluctantly I have been a vehement left-winger the majority of my life especially coming from Barnsley I'm being an ethnic minority I just think that God as we as we progress I do believe that the the that there really is an irrational fear that the United Kingdom cannot cannot survive without some sort of attachment or allegiance to the European Union please just listen to the will of Pete will the people and we the European Union well I think we better move on so we're halfway through the program with that though those very impertinent lively comments but just before we gone to another question I should say where we're going to be with we're not on next week we're off for Christmas we're back in January we're going to be in Islington in London and the week after that and he referred and on the screen of the details of how to apply let's let's have a complete change of subject and have a question from Linda Wilson please Linda Wilson voucher payments of up to 200 pounds to encourage women to breastfeed their babies they're all looking surprised that's another question I'll tell you the question should the government fund voucher payments of two hundred pounds to encourage mothers to breastfeed their babies is rather up your street and this and this is and this has been this was a policy that's been experimented with here come from Sheffield University yes or no yeah and I'm aware of the data and they you know and the idea is that you pay mothers to breastfeed and this leads to a healthier child we've got I think three mothers around the table and many mothers here know what but let's go to you you're the the trial expert first of all I think it's a policy that wouldn't work but more and more importantly what we need to do is to persuade people why it's good to breastfeed and to point out that the value to the baby is really very considerable in all sorts of ways not only in its nutrition but also in its defence against infection and indeed in its bonding with its mother now paying people does not improve the bonding for a start and so there's a disconnect here with this thinking and I think it's very clear that one of the problems with this campaign and the real difficulty is because the NHS is increasingly strapped with staff which are best what you needed the midwives and the nursing staff who would normally help women who are in confident of breastfeeding are not always there and this has been shown again and again that if you have proper support for mothers who are breastfeeding or who are prepared to try breastfeeding it makes a massive difference to how long they'll breastfeed for what at the present time I'm afraid ladies and gentlemen is a large number of women get very frightened or feel very vulnerable think that they're not feeding their baby properly and the baby's going to starve and so they give up breastfeeding and they take the bottle and that's not ideal paying is not the answer what is needed of course is much better math and wasn't a success this campaign they say it was a slight increase in the number of women well in this area may-maybe but you know the trouble is unless you have a good comparator you know properly it's properly controlled trial stats these figures are very suspect the woman at the back there and then we'll go around up yes I think it's a misnomer to say that it's down to funding now because I had my children 20 years ago and the support then for breastfeeding was very poor there was very little support indeed and I think one of the big problems is that women don't feel comfortable feeding in public because it's ridiculous but they're [Applause] Commons I believe it's that women aren't allowed to feed babies in the House of Commons that I may be wrong but if that's the case that's I think one one was broken was the chamber I have to say and because I haven't actually seen everybody doing it in my seven years that I've been there but I mean in the obviously in the building everything else but I think it probably has been done and I think I'd hope it wouldn't be a problem if it works at the point but the point is right this this issue of sensitivity about showing breasts in public and so on and it's something it's a cultural issue unfortunately and this is this and this is a very I think a very negative comment on our society breastfeeding is good it's healthy and it should be permitted in public and we have to encourage [Applause] I'd like to give it a slightly different point of view on this I think it's time that we ended the breastfeeding tyranny I have three children I'm one of a very small and minority I think it's about 2% of women who actually physically did not produce milk and I had gone to my NCT classes I was desperate to breastfeed I'd you know had all the information I know it's nutritionally the best I wish I could have done it I couldn't do it and I felt absolutely awful about it it was heartbreaking and really difficult and you know what once I introduced bottle feeding and powdered milk my baby thrived my other children have thrived there is nothing wrong with powdered milk it is liberating for women they should not be made to feel failures if they cannot breastfeed I can't believe that I'm going to say this but I should agree with you now I'm a mum and I did feed my children myself until they were at least a year old I found every single day every single feed hard work it was hellish however there's a point I'd like to make here and I speak with some experience on this how many the panel understand that there is artificial price fixing of infant formula milk there is legislation that exists today that means that the brown the supermarket's cannot sell below cost that has led to artificial price fixing between the producers and the manufacturers it is no surprise that there is no own label brand on the market for those reasons because they are also held to ransom by certain individuals and certain campaigners that really do undermine a woman's choice not breastfeed or not concept and hesitant to say that I agree slightly with all of the comments that have been made by the panelists so far I think that in terms of the support available to women certainly when I was a mother five years ago I've got a five-year-old little boy I found that there was very little support in terms of breastfeeding advice when I did find that advice I found that it was heavily weighted in all-or-nothing you had to breastfeed breastfeed breastfeed there was no encouragement to mix things up and my husband wanted to be quite a hands-on parent and he wanted to share the burden of feeding my son and I felt bad for mixing it up we tried it ourselves it worked it's not done him any harm he's a strapping lad or so far but but the other issue our thinking and Roberts touched on this is that there is a funding crisis in the NHS this information should be readily available through Public Health outlets but Public Health has seen the greatest cuts than it's seen in a generation we've got the vast majority of our Hospital trust on the edge of a cliff I think it's 61 percent of acute hospitals are in deficit at the moment we've had cuts through the likes of which we've never seen before – our NHS budget 6.3 billion from Social Care 600 million for mental health and the NHS was also asked it was also asked to make 32 bit when we were talking before that the audience said to me as chair can't you get them to answer the question we are [Applause] the point that I'm trying to make is that we're talking we're talking about and NHS vouchers for breastfeeding children already have the support there through our public health all right we don't do two NHS funding will not the very back third piece the questions about breastfeeding it's not about money why do we have to incentivize everything [Applause] should there not be able to I couldn't agree more and also think that the idea that there's not pressure on new mothers to breastfeed is ridiculous I mean midwives do a fantastic job but there is a way that they keep saying oh it's it's your choice it's your choice it's up to you it sort of ends up sounding like some sort of mafia figure well no no it's happening you can do whatever you want yeah we won't judge you they keep saying we won't judge you and it you know put the put a lot of pressure on my wife and I was sympathetic to that also think it's just a bizarre idea 200 pounds where's the verification for this do you don't price per litre I've no idea do you interrogate the child really I couldn't agree more of the ladies about where is personal responsibility I think there are so many pressures on the NHS we often talk about funded we often talk about the service itself but we don't talk about the undue demands that people are increasingly making on the NHS through avoidable illnesses through missing doctor's appointment wrap but I don't by saying that I think that you know the nhf we wanted to care for us we've got to do more to care for it and that involves taking personal responsibility for your own health okay we go on I'd like to take a question now from kyun cross please kyun cross what should we going to tackle the rise in homelessness what should be done a very straightforward question to tackle the rise in homelessness as you know ask you to start on that yeah I mean you know I voted conservative for a while now but they like it like all of us it's not a blanket endorsement of everything that they do and I gig a lot and I taught in towns big cities all across the UK and and it's palpable over the last two years the rise in homelessness and it's no coincidence that in a period where I think funding as half homelessness has doubled you know and I know that the government as heads turn are turned at the moment on breaks here and it's a very difficult time around that but it's also a very cold time of year and it's also coming up for Christmas and I think that it would be good if the government could find a bit of time just give the magic money tree a little shake and perhaps divert some emergency funds to all timelessness really do you think [Applause] Nicky Morgan emergency funds would that do well actually the budget I was just looking at the numbers and Philip Hammond announced in November 28 million pounds for three housing first pilots in Manchester Liverpool and the West Midlands and these pilots been very successful about helping because obviously there are lots of complex reasons for homelessness and also supporting people to tackle often the underlying issues I know as a constituency member of parliament people come to over help with one issue but actually there's there's a lot else going when you said complex reasons for homelessness isn't not having a home the reason mental health addictions sorry how long are the waiting lists in this country for housing apparel I don't have their I don't have a number but obviously too long too long but they're also just to give a constituents example so we have a gentleman who we have helped several times now to get a flat but actually because of other issues in his life he is not able to to keep it and his neighbours there are issues and all the rest it's very frustrating he has a fabulous officer who is trying to help him and every time we think we have hopefully got him to the stage where he's take that responsibility being somewhere then something unfortunately happens and we have to kind of start again but you're talking about I mean the figures show 80,000 householders in temporary accommodation I think that's right I mean person who is who has obviously go into the detail a particular problem doesn't answer the overall question absolutely and of course it's too much we need to build more housing we know that we need to build more social housing and but also about dealing with those needs the housing first pilots we've committed to the homelessness reduction act it's not just one money thousands and thousands of people children children behind as you will know I heard it all we've heard it time and time just do we get the money and Robert Winston well I think one of one of the issues that here's the people who are living in this part of Yorkshire see something very real you know I've been Chancellor of Sheffield Hallam University my privilege for the last 15 or so years and Sheffield was not in a great state when I first took that chance it's become a much more prosperous self-confident City with better public services and better buildings and so on but one thing that has been really shocking on a little early this last two weeks I spent two weeks living in Sheffield with a number of people who are living on the street in appalling weather and this is something which I haven't seen in South Yorkshire to this extent before and I think we have to accept that this question is a very very relevant question to many parts of Britain it's certainly true in London and I'm afraid it's very true in this part of the world and it's an urgent issue and I agree completely there are lot of people with strange problems addition is obviously one of them one obviously clearly is mental ill health but there are a lot of people who just simply don't have a roof over their heads and we need to do much more about the lady in the front said just get on with it just do it I mean I sure I'm gonna agree with Nikki here it's actually yeah II gave an example of how you can't just do it you can't in some cases snap your fingers and provide you say they've you comin what do you say that they find money for all sorts of things yes is that your point and they couldn't find more money but it isn't just a case on and I think we have to be quite careful about the way the statistics are used here there has been a rise in homelessness and it is deplorable okay particular at this time of year it is horrible to see people rough sleeping in this freezing weather coming up before Christmas however the statistics don't always tell the full story there is a difference between homelessness which is being it's not really just lightly finished please there is a difference between homelessness and rough sleeping so homelessness is temporary accommodation bed-and-breakfast that isn't great I'm not saying it is but this is a complex issue and I think mental health is a really big issue with it and more funding for that which actually this government is doing okay the man up there on the right they're using obviously one of the most evil people on earth because I'm a private landlord the way to solve this homeless problem is get rid of the 3% landlord stamp duty because that stops me buying houses I don't I normally buy one or two hours a year our buyer becomes lausanne I'll do them all because it is horrible sorry state there's a horrible state all right let him speak listen to what he's okay this is the cattle don't want to spit hang on hang on the woman there in the center let him speak and then I'll come to you if you want to argue with him okay big boy laughter I'm gonna go to the lady there in the center that the government is brought in selective licensing and bits of where I own properties and they're now making people upgrade houses beyond the point of what they would have to be through a new-build house I even had there local housing person telling me that they were ridiculous and quoted me the list of things he wanted me to do to her house it was 3,000 pounds I want to buy houses that first time buyers don't want to buy and that will do them up and there's plenty people at me and then we could have people in homes but you won't do it because you taxes our existence all right I mean you put stamp duty on it let's go to the person who was complaining about in the center there yes people such as yourself to buy social housing [Applause] thank supporting other people out and my profit goes into these governments taxes which further you pop people and including me spend we have people on the streets so that you can net that profit this government will not invest in social housing we have my ol stink how is that man at this moment in time we have a hundred and twenty thousand children who were homeless that is a rise of sixty five percent in the last six years the subject of them the tax will get there an hour by him and I'll put people in him all right Rebecca long Bailey you've heard that two sides of the argument the lady in the audience has just made an important point this Christmas a hundred and twenty-one thousand children won't have a home now that's absolutely disgraceful we know that rough sleeping has doubled since 2010 and at the same time we've got the lowest level of house building since the 1920s now that is an absolutely disgraceful record from this government we need to build more affordable homes exercise that there's a one in one out policy for local authorities every social house sold a new one is built to replace it we need to make sure that they're not ripped off by unscrupulous landlords I'm sure the gentleman in the audience is a good landlord but there is some out there who aren't so good shall we say and we need to make sure that the quality of housing is fit for purpose because there's a constituency MP I have families coming in and telling me that there have three and four generations sleeping in one room with black mold on the walls because they can't afford to find anywhere and they can't find social housing because the waiting list is entertaining subscribe to the pressure on the housing is in the greater and at the same time and the audience was this just Isabel just make the point you make yeah I want to make the point that there is a correlation between the pressure on housing which you're talking about and population right and the unfettered immigration that you want to condemn the man in the third row there yeah you're you thought we're all talking about like investing in housing that but why aren't we doing anything now such as built by building emergency shelters for these people to go in on cold nights like yes yes you things aspire in our control millions of people are now going to food banks genuine families are struggling I feel one of them have struggled and about to go to a food bank with my three children this government needs to be held accountable of our donations from generous people who else would feed us reply to that because it was about the government well we've got more people obviously in in work we've got income inequality has fallen course I have you want to get food no I'm only 18 I am done look I do in the constituency and suddenly I became ill those only meets told capita my three children one of the things that we're doing I'm chairman of the House of Commons Treasury select committee so what are the inquiries that we're doing is looking at household finances because we talk a lot of politicians about the nation's finances and big numbers but I'm very keen to understand what's going on in households and actually all right there are millions thousands of households who have less than a hundred pounds of savings you've cut actually in terms of having the buffer that actually helps people to get over and you're right most of us are only a couple of paychecks where you're making dinner that's not that [Applause] no no the government I've already set out that in the budget this year the Chancellor announced real programs and money and investment in relation to homelessness but there are other schemes as well obviously things like the income tax thresholds cuz he's just but there's also the cost of its small group has a no anguish period we've had the longest period of wage stagnation for 150 years we've now but inflation running at set all rights the sense okay let's take the woman behind you you've spoken already but come back to an element yes yes we should scrap the universal credits that actually leave people in poverty in the first place and the woman behind you I think that regardless of anyone's views and here on HS too regardless if anyone's views on brexit regardless for anyone's views on the government we're throwing so much money at so many different things the coalition with the DUP hs2 brexit surely our number one priority as human beings should be to protect all the human beings [Applause] well I think you know some of it comes down to the actual kind of practicalities of it understand there's a policy what it gives us that way is that the it has to be a more than zero degree centigrade for three days before the government open up extra housing is that accurate I think there is there is a scheme around why does it have to be that cold I mean that is extremely cold and with the winds that we've had recently that seems like one thing that could be done overnight to ease the pressure cold weather colder payments all right the woman here you've spoken earlier on but let's hear from again I suggest that the government speak to the Salvation Army because 419 pounds a night they'll house someone overnight so why not on a short term as he sure I'm sure I'm sure that's one of one of the organizations that we work with and of course a lot it's down to local authorities who have the responsibility and they will work with a many different local organization advertise the Salvation Army request donations for 19 pounds of object weight and so we're nearly through a point from us out there he would quickly yeah I think this this talk of why you won't build houses is quite obvious you're really in a fake economy the way in which landlords are able to charge the prices that they charge is because we're in such phenomenal debt it's the only reason you won't build houses because we are in a housing bubble the minute you build houses that bursts and the rent goes down and instead of it being 88 percent debt of our GDP it's 800 percent of our GDP I think we're nearly there the woman there when spectacles and them in was a massive part of homelessness is domestic violence victims we took the Tories implemented austerity but let's look at our own labour councils that are implementing that out Sarah see despite the fact that their leadership is anti-austerity people voted for Jeremy Corbyn for a real alterative there is one woman's aide in the whole of South Yorkshire that just lost its funding because the labour council cut that people voted against austerity for a trained let's see our labour councils actually put up a real opposition and not implement cuts vacations too dangerous to people with you to me thank you well there are a lot more questions and a lot of things we could discuss left undiscussed but our times up we're going to be back in January with question time we're going to be in Islington in London on the panel among others the lawyer and campaigner Gina Miller the comedian nish Kumar and Piers Morgan the broadcaster and commentator I don't know and the following week began to be in Herefordshire Oh double three oh one two three ninety nine eighty eight is the number to call if you'd like to come try the program or go to the website that's on the screen there and follow the instructions question time extra time follows of course on BBC five live my thanks to our panel to all of you who came here to Barnsley tonight until next year from question time a very happy Christmas and good night good night [Applause]

DUP Conference: Arlene Foster states the choice is “not between this deal and no-deal”

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The leader of the Democratic Unionist Party Arlene Foster spoke in her conference speech of her big stick due to their voting power in Westminster.

She offered personal praise for the Prime Minister’s hard work but said that her party would not support her Brexit deal under any circumstances.

She said “Our commitment to the principles of democracy means we must implement the referendum result of 2016 – a national referendum with a national outcome.

“Our commitment to the common good for all parts of the United Kingdom means we must leave as one nation and that we must work collectively to make it a success. “

Sky’s David Blevins explains what it could mean for the confidence and supply agreement on the day that former foreign secretary Boris Johnson also visited the conference.

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it's a risky business inviting Boris Johnson to your party conference the former forum secretary has a habit of stealing the show my fellow unionists he couldn't have wished for a more receptive audience so didn't hold back in passing judgment on the draft withdrawal agreement we are on the verge of making we're on the verge of making a historic mistake and I just say this unless we change course we are gonna stay in the customs union we win a stay in the single market we're gonna be rules takers and unless we junk this backstop we are going to find the brussels has got us exactly where they want us under pressure to deliver the speech of her political life Arlene Foster acknowledged the public finance scandal that had brought down Northern Ireland's devolved government today as leader of this party I apologize but it didn't take her long to get back to brexit the choice is not between this Dale and no Dale despite what the government's spending may say the reality is that if we are to secure a better outcome than is currently on offer then the only option is to look beyond the current draft withdrawal agreement and work in the time ahead for an improved outcome there's no denying their allegiance they don't come more British but conference delegates have lost trust in the British prime minister I'm disappointed in the Prime Minister we are very much telling her that she needs to bend the backstop or there she will face problems in the future she's the Prime Minister we're part of the UK we're British you wanted you won't accept the word of the Prime Minister but when she does she's doing that that makes you worried [Applause] for help said the dup are keen to rebuild the divorce government here in Northern Ireland and to avoid the collapse of the minority government at Westminster by securing a new breakfast deal that's easier said than done but when you're holding the balance of power you don't relinquish it lightly David Levin's Sky News in Belfast [Applause]

Iain Dale questions Polly Toynbee on 'extremist Brexiteers' (13March19)

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Iain Dale questions Polly Toynbee how she can accuse Conservatives of being “extreme Brexiteers”, while pretending Labour Party are the poster boys for sanity.

Recorded from BBC2 HD, Politics Live, Spring Budgets Statement Special, 13 March 2019.

Labour's Richard Burgon in disastrous Newsnight interview

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Newsnight 10 May 2019

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Oh Dan you are an incorrigible delinquent at times yourself earlier I sat down with Labour's shadow justice Secretary Richard Bergen to talk about today's launch it was his first BBC interview since footage emerged of him saying Zionism is the enemy of peace a statement he had previously denied making I spoke to him about this but started our conversation by asking if Labour's attempt to appeal to both leavers and remain errs was a risky move I understand what you means the easiest thing for the Labour Party or any party to do would be to pick one side or the other then at least we'd have a body of people who agree with us on everything in relation to this issue whether it be levers or remainders so I think no party has picked a difficult road a road whereby we can be kicked from both sides you might be punished yeah but it's the right thing to do I think it's the most difficult road but it's the right road to take for the country as well because not to end this divide most people don't pass classify themselves primarily as being levers or remain as however strongly they feel about this issue we want to end this divide sight and bring people together it's the tough it sort of thing to do but it's the right thing to do even if you get absolutely two rubbed in the polls and you do very badly in these European elections well it's still have been the right thing to do I think it is the right thing to do and I don't think by the way that we're going to get predictions a difficult game in politics it is very I suppose just to quote Mary Kray the Labour MP she says if Labour stands in the middle of the road on Breck's it will get run over from both directions that's that's true it's a difficult position we've taken it's the right thing to do because whether people live in Huddersfield and voted to leave or living happening voted to remain they're both facing the problems of austerity nine years now conservative austerity of cuts of the housing crisis of insecure unstable that we're not having any legislation at the moment it's a zombie Parliament they need a solution to get around for breakfast varieties we don't have a real government like a zombie government it's almost as if Teresa why do all talks for the last five weeks it was right that we entered into these talks and it's right that we're still part of them because we want to bring people together we want to see the traditional which is compromised because most people I speak to North American situation see when I'm complaining across the country actually just want this over and done with they want at each one but she's compromised they also want to be able to vote for a Labour Party where they know what the solution is going to be on brexit they don't want you in the middle of the road they want to know so let me ask you clearly you know is labor the party to stop brexit the Labour Party doesn't exist to stop brexit or the parties have been formed that think that is their only purpose politically the Labour candidate lauded onus just to say has said that's what you need to do in these European elections vote for labour and we will stop right I think he's corrected himself as incentives but the laser currently exists to bring people together because we know that the real divide in this country isn't between whether people voted leave or whether they voted remain such a part the real divide is were the part of the 99% or the 1% the 99% of people were getting a rotten deal under this rotten system whether we're in the EU or outside of the EU and I think that Labour is well placed to showcase our values the country in these elections which nobody really expected to be having to take place because a vote for labour in these elections these are votes against scapegoating migrants a vote so you're happy to fudge it it's not it's not about a forge saying it's a risk just be in the middle like this it is a risk it's a hard road but it's the right thing to do and what people really need what people really need from their politicians now is people seeking to heal divides not people seeking to expand divides their narrow political advantage five weeks into these talks then with the Conservatives John MacDonald the Shadow Chancellor said of the week and he doesn't trust the Prime Minister due to leaks around this prime minister is said and her team they don't want to stay in a customs union like labour once when are you going to actually walk away from these talks we're not going to walk away from these talks likely because we didn't enter into these and it but I for example in many getting more and more concerned that actually negotiating with Prime Minister isn't as straightforward as some I hope because she's actually negotiating with her own side continually and all the time there's new candidates for conservative Prime Minister popping up left right and center you look like you're propping up this government we're not we want to see an end to this but five weeks in that's how much longer are you going to give it five weeks in well the negotiating team are taking it very seriously but now it's time five weeks in as you say for Teresa made to come forward and say she's actually dumping some of these red lines and that she's not actually just trying to string along not only our Parliament's but the British public in an attempt to hold on to power for a few more weeks or even a few more days so you're gonna keep going with them until she walks away that's what it sounds like no we're taking part in these negotiations in a responsible way if it becomes fundamentally clear that's become a waste of time because of Teresa Mays behavior and the Tories competing which with its take over from her then of course we will no longer be taking part in these talks we won't want we were not to take part in which she becomes a sherrard today Jeremy Corbyn labeled anyone who supports Nigel Farage and his brexit party as Islamophobes anti-semites and conspiracy theorists he says quote Nigel Farage's brexit is a brexit for conspiracy theorists for those who see Muslims and migrants and George Soros as the enemy isn't that a bit rich coming from you well Nigel Faraj after nine years of conservative austerity doesn't offer the solutions to anyone this is someone who joined the Conservative Party at a young age he scapegoated migrants he's called for the privatization of our NHS he offers cheap and easy slogans but no solutions to the problems facing working class people across this country whether they voted leave or remain after nine years of conservative austerity you're a man who believes that all Zionists are enemies of peace well that was a comment that I made video was showing me making that comment before I was MP five years ago I regret making that comment because it's an over simplification because actually it fails to distinguish between those is Rayleigh citizens who were campaign Eli's who are campaigning for peace and people like Benjamin Netanyahu and his government who had clear barrier to peace and human rights but you lied that video was captured it was it was revealed a month ago and when you were asked about it on the BBC by my colleague Andrew Neil you said not only did I not say that you said that repeatedly you said I don't believe that why on earth should we believe anything you have to say when you outright lie well it's a serious point you made Emma and I certainly didn't let me explain put forward a serious point let me give the full answer to this I was first asked by a newspaper in 2016 whether I've made such a declaration I can't remember making such a declaration I asked them I asked someone as ments have said it and where they couldn't tell me fast forward two years later to 2018 and that your colleague Andrew Neil asked me if I made that comment in a meeting in 2016 I said it's not my view I said I've been asked where I made this comment and then a video a year after that came to light not of 2016 where I did some speeches after it been to Palestine and Israel batshit from 2014 five years ago before I was even a member of parliament the enemy of the Palestinian people are Zionists Zion Zion ISM is the enemy of the peace I do not have the time to read the entire thing it was a 30-second video I think you have read the entire it carries on you tell people to go and look up on the internet to find MPs Labour MPs who are Labour Friends of Israel members and you implore them to leave that you keep going that speech it turns out speech why did you lie I've just explained I didn't lie I'm sure Emma I'm sure everything you can't remember every answer you've given to a question I'm making an impassioned speech and I could tell you something else I could remember if it was my view so it's not sorry that you got caught are you sorry that that view was aired I don't use that what I was seeking to do as the transcripts you've got shows is distinguish between the Jewish people and other political actors lumping all Zionists together you clumsy and wrong you said what you said you were asked about it and you lied and you're a man who just sort of if I can finish this point you just took the Sun newspaper to court and won you are a man who likes facts you have a very senior position as shadow justice secretary which makes you a man of record people would find it extremely difficult when they look this video up online as they were probably well after our interview to think that you couldn't even remember making that speech people saying the people you lied so why should we know that's okay the people who puts it to me that I made this comment couldn't say what year I was meant to have made it couldn't say whereas meant to have made it couldn't say what context are meant to have made it does that mean they were saying and maybe in 2016 I couldn't remember using that term I couldn't remember using that turn of phrase half a decade ago you smeared an entire group of people around the world so I ask you again is it right for you to smear those people who support Nigel Farage because you say he's spreading lies when you've done exactly the same and you lied about not saying Nigel Faraj has made a career as a kind of snake oil salesman in politics posing as being anti-establishment while making out that the reason for austerity is actually with migration with Italy from people from other EU countries or elsewhere that is completely I like the Labour Party want to see an end to the human rights abuses visited on the Palestinian people by Netanyahu's government I like the low part want to see a two-state outcome anything you say this isn't an interview about the foreign policy of Israel it's an interview about you lying I've explained already that I forgot the phrase the I turns out I used half a decade ago before I was an MP I think most of your viewers could identify with did you use a phrase normal specified context half a decade ago before you were in your current job I didn't tell a falsehood and I've explained why I wouldn't use that phrase now thank you very much for your time today

Parliament debates another round of Brexit indicative votes – watch live

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Lawmakers in parliament are expected to debate and vote on another round of indicative votes relating to the UK’s withdrawal from and future relationship with the European Union.
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Pro-Brexit Tories, UKIP and Labour hammered but media reports election as a vote to Leave the EU

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UKIP's John Rees Evans – BBC's The Big Questions – 19/03/2017

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UKIP’s John Rees Evans – BBC’s The Big Questions – 19/03/2017

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How Brexit is Toppling the Tory House of Cards

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Afshin Rattansi goes underground on the Tories post Brexit. Nigel Evans, former vice chairman of the Conservative party talks about what he expects from a post Brexit Britain. Plus who will be the next leader of the Conservatives?

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well the political reverberations from last week's European referendum continue to send seismic shock waves through the British political landscape there are earthquakes in the UK's two largest parties the Tories are tearing themselves apart and backstabbing Blairites are attempting a coup in the Labour Party the former vice chair of the ruling Conservative Party Nigel Evans said this week that the Westminster scene makes house of cards look like tele tubbies he joins me now thanks so much Nigel for coming back on the show we only deal with issues on going under your not personalities but just explain that comment you made about house of cards and Teletubbies well intrigue treachery you've got it all if Michael Dobson no wrote house of cards who sits in the House of Lords if he tried to have written what's gone on in the last week people would have said it's a bit far-fetched that Michael isn't it I mean we can barely believe it I've been a member of parliament for 24 years and I've never seen scenes like it at Westminster it's not only the leadership fest within my own party and at one stage we had more runners and riders than the Grand National but that's whittled down to five and of course the intrigue as to Boris I mean I just can't make sense of it it's moving so rapidly now of course as I said but sadly don't really matter it is the issues so whether it's Boris or it's Gove what what do you think of the outcome of the rector referendum as regards bricks it actually happening you please I absolutely delighted I was a shadow Secretary of State for Wales at a time when they had the referendum in Wales on devolution and it was forty nine point six percent against 50.3 in favor that was on a fifty two percent turn out what happened we gave devolution to Wales now this one is much much larger as you know fifty two percent in favor of Lee forty-eight percent against on a seventy two percent Turner 1.4 million more people voting to leave the European Union the deciding to stay and David Cameron at The Dispatch Box on Monday accepting the verdict of the British people President yanka accepting the verdict of the British people and indeed one of our leading tenders for the Tory leadership who was on the remain campaign just I'm talking about Theresa May she didn't fight a valiant campaign I mean she was a sub radar for most of it and I suspect it's because of the fact that many of us thought that she really was a break sit here but the fact is she is now accepted that we're going to leave the European Union it's now a matter of when not if well you mentioned Brussels Berlin corridors of Westminster is the delay in article 50 really more to do with Washington maybe even the Federal Reserve as regards the attack on the pound which has been rising when there was a lot of quantitative easing and put in and again is dropping yeah well we were through project favor we're told that everything would collapse and it would be Armageddon and there would be a recession and a plague of locusts I mean none of this is happening there was clearly jitters within the market and that's now corrected itself the shares all the way up but surely it corrected itself because quarter of a quarter of a trillion pounds that's double the NHS annual budget is being printed in money to do this this and can the Bank of England keeping this money not this confidence there is confidence out there I mean we we know that the market expected remain to win and that's how when the pound went up there on the night I mean I remember ten o'clock on thursday very well when I was told that the pound is up the shares are up you gave say seven percent lead for remain and Nigel Farage has conceded defeat and what happened you know the Newcastle result came in a couple of hours later and then everybody knew history was in the making now we knew the influence of the conservative press she was very important given the leak a letter from the leadership candidate Michael Gove how much pressure can Rupert Murdoch and maybe the Lord Dacre from the Daily Mail how much pressure can they put on this debate before article 50 as regards the type of negotiation we have I think that there will be a lot of scrutiny as to the processes that government follows post-september the night when we've got our new leader and I think just everybody will want to make absolutely certain that there is absolutely no backtracking we are going to leave the European Union in its entirety so there's none of this backtracking as to whether we are in the single market or outside the single market the fact is that if we try and do a deal with the European Union on free trade access to their markets and they say only if there is unrestrained numbers coming in here UK what we're here just ain't gonna happen immigration was an integral part a pivotal part of the campaign for the eight weeks people are very concerned about controlling immigration numbers from within the European Union to the United Kingdom and if we can't get a deal on that there's not an acceptance by the European Union that we are going to actually have proper border controls then as far as I'm concerned we will trade with the European Union but outside of the single market do you think the Home Secretary Theresa May who's the bookies favourite and we should say favorites for conservative leadership never win I think draya's well Boris was her favorite and look he pulled out so you're right it was forbidden may does she share those views as to the single market and vs. immigration wells in red lines that's one of the unknown questions that I people like myself will need to get answered before I decide now where my votes going to be was with Boris and now I will be looking at all the candidates that are there and I'll be seeking assurances from them that number one that we're going to leave the European Union and Teresa's you know ticks the box there and so do all the clearly the brexit ear candidates and number two about the controls on immigration that cannot be compromised as far as access to the single market and we can write off crab who on social media is known just for alleged homophobia and Liam Fox who's been on this show who is yeah Larry hawkish secretary-general oh I'm a gay man open a gay man and I've got no problems with Stephen Crabbie's really I've known him for many years I he's not homophobic and I've known liam fox fur for many years as well he's a great friend of mine and in fact if anything the the field of the candidates that we've got a very strong I like each of them in in in some ways and some have got weaknesses some have got different strengths and I think it's going to be up to the people like me to decide where we're going to go now with our Boris votes as to where it's going to finally end up there Joe levels thank you thank you

UKIP Policies Democracy 3

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Coming up to the UK General Election on May 7th, there is predicted to be somewhat of an electoral breakthrough and a shakeup of the political establishment by parties other than LibLabCon parties.

In this episode, I take a deeper look at the policies of the UK Independence Party and put them somewhat into practice in Democracy 3. Of course, it is very difficult to enact realistic policies in this game and a lot of policies and ideological decisions I made were based off of my knowledge of the party and where it stands.

To get the policies of UKIP, I found their ‘Policies for the people’ Doncaster Conference Mini-Manifesto.

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hey guys and welcome to a disabled ear plays democracy theory a couple of months ago or maybe even longer than that I made a video about you Kip in democracy theory and trying to get their policies together which is quite hard because they didn't have a manifesto at the time but now I thought coming up to the UK general election you know there's a it's either gonna be a Conservative government or a Labour government but you keep continued to say that they're gonna hold the balance of power and what I want to know is through this game as best as I can what a you keep government will look like for the United Kingdom now you know is this a game you can't get all the policies in there such as Britain's withdraw from the European Union but there are some other policies which I would like to look at in a bit more detail and put them into practice in this game and so you know I hope you enjoy it this would be probably a series where I'll do this that could serve its labor greens Scottish Nationals or things like that just you know get a bit of a feel before the general election so yeah I hope you enjoy okay just for a little bit of background information on the United Kingdom and what you keep want to do to it we need to take a quick look at the history and the current political standing of the United Kingdom it says you're not King of Great Britain and Ireland commonly referred to as the UK or Britain is one of the five permanent members of UN Security Council under the under UK government that won't change founding member of NATO in the Commonwealth there you Kipp want to put put it back into the leading status of the Commonwealth the UK is also an active member of the European Union the UK would draw us from the European Union although it chose to retain its sovereign currency rather than join the euro which of course you can see by UKIP's you could logo which is the pound sterling the UK is a constitutional monarchy where the monarch power is effectively ceremonial you cube is a right-wing party so that will remain the same there would still be a constitutional monarchy of the United Kingdom a parliamentary system is used to elect the House of Commons under constituency based first-past-the-post system that's also correct even though that's wrong it says first-past-the-post it should be first-past-the-post that is there right there okay religion Christianity of course tea consumption how funny they base it you rate they'll send a lot more fat people than 23 percent yeah that's about right play I did actually edge if you could bitten in there is you can independent spy and because there's this stupid actually you know what go gets the green pie because you know the two outlining parties one on the right one on the left both hate each other this let's do that let's put that in term length they're currently the UK legislation says a general election has to be held every five years on the first Thursday or second Thursday in May our kite remember term limit no limit there is no limit to how many terms you can hold an office in the UK monarchy of course God mostly voting no earthquakes we don't get them here hurricanes not really let's keep that the same congratulations on your election victory welcome to your new job as Prime Minister the lives of all 63 million forty six thousand citizens are now in your hands as you will imagine there are a number of situations and concerns that you will need to deal with as soon as possible while keeping your eye on the long term improvement of our citizens quality of life Plus do not forget that you face reelection in five years so you need to monitor the opinion polls and our party membership good luck that sort of looks like Britain although you know the GDP is a bit better than that okay I think that's good right let's have a look at some policies and Citizenship tests that's you know I just saw that that's the first one clearly it's gonna need to go up maximum remember this isn't my personal opinion this is the opinion that I'm getting off of I've actually got the u-clip well I think it's a party policy it's under the headline policies for the people on their website which has got all of their policies that are mentioned at the Doncaster UK Independence Party conference so let's disco off they're misinterpreting the Constitution Oh what I've been there you know what we'll deal with it we're British we can go ahead power on right next sorry I've got bit but I've got we have a cold as well what do they say about this childcare provision you keep will ya economy consumer rights maternity leave work safety laws it work safety law according to them will remain the same and I cancel the policy what the fuck go back fuck law and order there we go okay we can't do it yet racial profiling transport mm-hmm public services adult education subsidies free school meals you can't we'll say it would they say they're going to introduce free school meals put it on high next debt protection law there was something about this in the UK media a couple of months ago and UK you kept said that putting a cap on these companies would constrict competition in the market so from that I'm gonna I'm gonna go allow agencies to operate next buying votes inventing the Internet Margaret Thatcher the idol of the UK Independence Party toxic waste dump all right now let's do a couple more policies economy space program tax yet was technology grants you Kip said that they will make university places free for those who want to study sciences or medicine so you know let's go through that then I Maxim to do about hi we want to have money left next toxic waste dump other don't prevent construction allow the dump I don't know actually you keep see you keep it's really hard to do you keep because they don't have a solid manifesto that can figure to change the policies I think we'll go for that I mean they're some forgotten it's the green so we've got do everything the greens wouldn't do retired retired so she just youth conservatives okay yeah yeah prisons you keep want to increase prison places get more well not get more people into prison but I mean sure the more people go to prison through the court system because to be honest a UK court system at the moment it's fucking terrible you do something really stupid you you could rape someone and get four years in prison it's ridiculous leave it see I added that one in I see that I see that I added that in leaving the European Union there we go yeah sorry about that white screen by the way it doesn't make sense I don't know if I was going on were the unemployed even if there is an unemployed section self-employed ethnic minorities race Discrimination Act forward controls border control was there we go retina scans yes come on you Kip child labor law leave Laura unchanged I'm guessing yeah who else is there the wealthy hmm our decimal think the inheritance tax you keep said they would abolish inheritance X there we go people smuggling deport them of course of course has to be done farmers agricultural subsidies I think you could doesn't say much about this because you the UK is going south to the EU which has the Common Agricultural Policy but I'm guessing if you keep when I secure the votes of farmers they're gonna need to subsidize the UK's agricultural sector which is quite small and that farmers are quite powerful not as in like they'll come to Parliament and shoot everyone but they're quite powerful in pressure groups so I'm guessing that you keep will want to subsidize farmers somewhat the same standard in democracy everyone has the right to be represented even the jerks yep that's especially for you Chris Patten you piece of shit border controllers integration speed limits no change I don't know do you know I'm flying blind on some of these but in the last video I made I did quite extensively insult Nick Clegg and I'll continue to insult Nick Clegg and I want him to lose his seat in the general election I'm really hoping he doesn't lose his seat her banking bonuses do nothing oh that's another thing you keep don't like bankers bonuses they think it's stupid I think it's stupid to be honest you'd ask my personal opinion I think that George Osborne the Chancellor of the UK economy the charge of the Exchequer was right to go against basically every country in the European Union saying we do not want bankers bonuses because you know the UK private banking sector is one of the biggest the biggest sectors of our economy so you know putting curbs on the bonuses is you know quite a polished youthful thing to do of course people are gonna say in the comments or or whatever if they watch this video Ben don't be stupid you know it's all about this that and you know getting more money but then it keeps competition it keeps the banks in Britain it doesn't make them go somewhere else import tariffs national service I don't know about national service overall I would like to see national service brought back welfare food stamps rent controls disability welfare fraud economy tax carbon tax airline tax context graduate tax there we go let's bring it down a little bit because you know as I said before the free university place of those it's not going to really have much of an effect on on that but we'll bring it down a little bit when will people learn democracy doesn't work thank you for your beautiful philosophical in light their home is right with another one appoint you an ambassador of course Britain under your government will be strong and fierce and ferocious and on the world stage you're taking a shit from anyone so we're gonna put Regina Phillips in as I UN ambassador of course that will mean we're not very much liked on a world stage but you know as long as we're a free independent sovereign country doesn't have just a bit of my personal opinion I'm a euro skeptic I think the UK should leave the European Union I hate the European Union but you know I'm going to try not to get my own opinions into this I thought I quite liked you Kip and I quite like the Conservatives but you know what this this is a comp in you gotta get into this as you cannot you alright next yeah okay Bow Wow public services faith school subsidies down there not completely gone of course I mean you know Britain has the Royal Gurkha Rifles people who come from the power to fight in the British Army they can bring their families over and the you know they are Hindus Buddhists someone can correct me on that from wrong but you know they go to schools that's of course you know we'd still do what some faith school subsidies and of course Britain has a huge Sikh and Hindu community as well that might have something to do about time and Empire but you know what we won't get into that foreign policy that's what the military spending okay one thing we do know is that you keep say they will honor the military government and increase military spending in the UK to bring up to 40 percent grow spending so we're gonna you know trying to wipe this out if the UK economy is worth you know a couple of trillion forty percent you know we can't get 40 percent on here so we're going to put it put up a lot to the maximum band same-sex marriage now this is where this is where it gets hard because there's wings in you clip that say you know homosexuals are bad and there's wings in your clip which say you know we are homosexual this you know there is a LBGT section of you clip you keep itself says it doesn't have a problem of same-sex marriage but if it was in government at the time it wouldn't have brought the legislation forward so if you keep you end the government now they're not going to repeal the act so we're gonna we're gonna we're gonna click allow marriages because you know they're not going to repeal the act the act already been passed the only part of the United Kingdom that hasn't passed the same-sex marriage bill is Northern Ireland Scotland Wales in England well England Wales and Scotland will passed it because England and Wales go to hand-in-hand Tariq as where as Scotland has control over those issues ethnic minorities me to give a hit that one control was rate rotation foreign aid yes a big one you kept say they were bringing foreign aid down a lot I think they said something like 200 million you know can correct me if I'm wrong so we'll another weekend at the low okay well cancel the policy to the council that even though some using the Liberals now like me more food standards nothing need to do anything for that security cameras alcohol or narcotics prisons legal aid legal aid legal aid would go up yep land mines now obviously you keep listen saying about land mines but the the core ideas of you Kipp is that it wants the UK to be a sovereign free independent nation state outside of the European Union which makes our laws for us now of course the UK has signed up to over 13,000 international treaties including land mines but because you could doesn't say anything about it and their core belief is that UK the UK should be sovereign and not have anyone tell us what to do I'm going to say reject the law because that will restrict Britain's sovereign power as such I'm sorry about that white screen I don't know what none what's happening must be freaking the fuck out ten people who speak make more noise and ten thousands of are silent not true if those 10,000 buy a tank you know then you've got a problem creator of information you kept inside the European Union is part of a block called the European I think is the freedom and direct democracy group and your freedom information comes under freedom and direct democracy so yeah next and I'm gonna see if we're gonna win the election soon oh man I'm a little bit ill but politics must go on UK does not sleep the UK does not get ill unless you're Jimmy Callahan and Harold Macmillan how long left to the election two turns to turns in comment down below under this video in the comment section who you will be voting for or who you want to win in the upcoming UK jour election you know if you will post it or post who I'll be voting for because I'm on the Electoral Register and I will be voting I've tried not to make it as clear in this video but you know I'll set that down I'm quite popular you know I think this is what will happen if all this is made because I'm a lad band foxhunting okay here we go in 2004 the Labour comment under Tony Blair banned fox hunting in the United Kingdom the House of Lords rejected it so the House of Commons under Tony Blair used the Parliament act to get it to go to Royal Assent and the Queen signed it and banned fox hunting you could say they want to repeal the fox hunting ban and so do the conservative PI so yeah leave fox hunting alone next alright here we go here we go here we go miss election fuck you greens one thing I will allow you to know in this video is that I do not like the Green Party whatsoever right yep we want landslide victory nothing short of an electoral landslide middle-income income tax there we go bring income tax down down a little bit don't want to constrain the middle class property tax gonna bring it down a bit you know for you Kip is kind of I don't really know they they are on the right wing of the political spectrum but they appeal to left them right wing and liberals I mean I'm quite liberal myself and you know they a kind of appealed to me and some of their aspects and in other parts of you know their legislation and what they want to bring into the UK I think they're quite fucking stupid but you know let's keep you owned by an animal testing of course not of course not this is the UK who do you think we are older statesmen you have now been returned to power by the people so many times we are starting to wonder if it's worth putting anyone else's name on the ballot papers have won one election Margaret Thatcher won three Conservatives under Margaret Thatcher and Tony Blair won not only John major one for what the fuck leaving European Union there we go again safeguard always supplies of course do you you kept IQ 10 the UK you keep our against foreign intervention they think that you know the Prime Minister shouldn't be able to use the Royal Prerogative which gives the Prime Minister the power of the monarch to declare war in the name of the sovereign they think that instead there should be a vote in the House of Commons and whether or not this should happen but when it comes to oil in the UK economy I think you Kip would send the troops I think they would you know deploy ground soldiers toll roads fuel efficiency standards down down there we go wealth is their state employees capitalist swindler capitalists we also need to look at the NHS that's a big one National Health Service there we go you could say they want to bring this all in you know the they're against privatization of the health service despite what the what the national media and other parties say you know I've I've done a lot of research before I went into this their Labour Party conservatives the Lib Dems national media so you keep wonder privatizes in the NHS and want to make you pay for your GP but that's not true at all I've read the manifestos I've read the policies for the people I've read what they've seen your figures in your clip of had to say and it's just it's just not true it's not true right let's go next the truth is that men are tired of Liberty certainly not in the UK of we're seeing the rise of the the UK independence by bailout company of course you keeps a right-wing business friendly company company yeah okay yeah you could put our company that's that's that's not true next oil drilling company allowed drilling you keep our for I should say something for that you keep want to bring fracking into the United Kingdom I'm I'm all for that actually I don't really mind but yeah they will obviously want fracking in the UK so we accepted that policy the elderly private pensions middle earnings yeah that's the thing we should look at look I mean we're losing money go away income tax see I think this is where we're government borrowing see we I think this is what would happen you keep say they would get rid of government bottom but I think we would have to borrow more they want to you know lower income tax but I think realistically they're gonna have to raise income tax if they want to get their policies in some of these things I'm doing you know there's no policies on like quite a lot of areas and quite a lot of areas in this game don't you know aren't covered by UK policy some some some of it I'm making it up as I go along through why I know about you Kippen and what I've heard and what I've researched reject law positive discrimination that's an obvious one factory farming law leave unchanged making impossible promises you know we know a lot of part as you do that Nick Clegg Nick Clegg tuition fees you also said the other day that by 2023 no one no child in the UK will be illiterate which is an impossible promise to make you can't promise that anyway let's stop ripping into Nick Clegg you know I'd like to very much Eric Davis has been a strong supporter human rights clean not him then Geraldine Martin is a household name pacts that many famous rulings concerning violent crimes often outspoken views and harsh sentences yep maybe that one even though judges are appointed independently from the government in the UK the government does not appoint judges it points the Director of Public Prosecutions and the Lord Chancellor but that's about it block the law you know you keep a full cup of corporation's business you don't want to restrain business that's one of the reasons I want to get us out the EU because the EU regulations put too much on business healthy minds bodies they say nothing really matters as long as you or in this case your entire country has the health I'm a medical report has never been sucked up and see there you go you could prove at least bring in a very very very good health service according to democracy theory ban livestock imports one of our neighboring countries has publicly announced kiss for America although the chance of the season being spit that's very low see I think they would have proved the been I think they would wouldn't take the chance you know they're not stupid as a lot of people would say and I I say quite a lot next extradite terror suspect of course we do not want terror suspects to remain in the United Kingdom which is kind of a you know quite an obvious thing to do really if you've got someone who's blowing stuff up in the UK get them out what don't keep him here next royal scandal this is what I was waiting for I you know I myself a Royalist and you keep as a right-wing royal royal a spy as pretty much every party in the UK is you keep his right wing you keep supporting the monarchy so what would they do with a support the monocle criticize monocle course I would support the monarch as with pretty much every party in the especially every major party in the in the UK I don't think the Greens but though I think the Greens Republican I think the BNP is Republican Shin Fane of course Republican I think plied Camry is Republican I'd actually no I don't think part Camry is Republican the SNP say they're not Republican but I think they are I think they just say they're not to get more more votes but yes port the Manik I think there was a poll issued a couple of weeks ago I think the the the monarch in the United Kingdom they supporting the royal family is 82 percent I think it's 80 percent in England 76 percent in in in Scotland I think it's 80 percent in Wales and 65 percent in Northern Ireland something like that the plan was criticized okay got bring this video to an end soon we need to look more at their deep policies small business grants there you go a bit good one you can't want to bring up the small businesses they want businesses though it Britain to be a very business friendly country for you to come and invest fishing quote is of course not we're a free sovereign independent country we don't agree to quotas that's one of the reasons why we're leaving the European Union here we go is the next election I 104 a win last time it was a 75% turnout and we got something like I don't know if we won that time well of course we won I mean if we get more than we did last time I cut remember liberal proton Taylor Department has uncovered cause for concern apparently a hardcore offshoot of the human rights society with the freedom League might be taking a liberal agenda a bit too far fucking liberals a bit as Nick Clegg bass fapping over this as a countryside excess law private land is private land you know that's a you Kip thing well I think this is about time to end there actually I mean the UK is you know we've still got a massive expenditure but we're in positive you kept say they wanna you know reduce the income tax but see from you know I think they wouldn't be able to they'd have to raise it to meet some of their some of their promises yeah you know I've done the best I could I've actually got the you Kip the policies for the people here while looking at this so you know it hasn't most of it has been you know real you keep policies so if there's any die-hard you kippers out there who watch it and say you know that's not what you keep stand for that's not what we do it is because I've got I've got your Doncaster conference policy list here but anyway thank you for watching next time I do this I will be doing it on the Green Party and that would be fun but yeah thanks for watching please leave a like subscribe and do what you will thanks again