BBC Radio 4
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Chris we don't trust the opinion polls perish the thought but you can't ignore the fact that politicians do examine them in minute detail and as a result there's a degree have relief in labour ranks highlights one of Topsy Turvy election this is the big question where does the main opposition can resist the advances of the ruling party I've been to see how labour doing in one see where they're trying to hang on against the strong conservative challenge Darlington County Durham gets out car to get the pens paper stickers makes already fitted also thank you very much lovely but neither does progress in the opinion polls progress.
BBC Radio 4
17 hours
populist strongly opposes Renewables that's by the by then the Mail on Sunday launched its great green Khan campaign criticising feelings in Renewables and highlighting uncertainties in climate science when it was previously non-pc to declare yourself a climate change sceptic that starts with what you Michael anti environmentalism doesn't have been legitimise this teddy pressure from over it's right shoulder has led the government to Mostly ga ga ga itself on climate change over recent years and the sceptics have been claiming victory But Wait a Minute accept UK.
BBC Radio 4
17 hours
businesses I hear my house repair I lost my house I lost my business I'd like to know that the people been elected it up she going to do something about it because I think the people that have been in power at the minute it's not really bothered I don't really care very much think on a national level but I do feel that we don't really matter. Because we're so far up and we've been totally forgotten about where Is This It Happened down south in London then it would have been up most of the other plans if somebody wants to win your vote here in his constituency Claire what are there to do about flooding August I would like to have the flood relief in place flood defences that awful.
BBC Radio Ulster
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person if anyone can get through to Donald Trump it may be Pope Francis but I think only time will tell in terms of their the policy agenda of the president weather and I've just been A Meeting of Minds with the Pope one thing we can be sure of Pope Francis is someone who certainly speaks his mind with politicians they would have been no holding back I think the gesture of presenting president trump wears a document about the importance of climate change crisis facing humanity of Christ as a witch the president is wealth to say the least sceptical about I think that's a powerful gesture of where the Pope was coming from Michael lindast talk for a minute about the Pope's visit to Ireland I have plans for that progressing well it's a little over a year now he's expected in the latter part of August for the world leading a family so I think what's going on at the moment as the organisers of trying to Energise people around parishes are trying.
BBC Radio 4
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you don't think they're all the same what's it like in a minute too many people in a minute and it's not even English spoke to Tanya a Muslim convert Saturday night because I think.
BBC Radio London
3 days
no matter what happens on Saturday that's my message because they've done and fantastic job for the season and is another fine day for us and I think I want to see excited about it and the same as we have done together in the semifinal been very supportive to each other that's all we ask for the final Chelsea Defender Cesar azpilicueta says he looks back on their way to feet to Arsenal in the Premier League is a Turning Point in their season the blues of only lost 4 games since that day in September if they change formation following the 3-0 lost and the Spaniard says they haven't looked back since sing that dada dada Turning Point against Arsenal are collectively and personally personally I'm glad to play there every minute in the Premier League this so big.
BBC Radio London
3 days
you know it's like I'm doing something they go and I'll get a reward somewhere you wouldn't that that's what we need to do with a minute to come up this week already that's kind of what we need to do with that week that you're not going to Heaven you're not going to Paradise that you're going to burn somewhere I don't understand me so you know I need speech to Michael give me a minute give me a minute micro promise I'll come back to you because I want to ask you whether or not you think he's mad people would be doing it anyway ah ah I think that's also something that we should be discussing today first day let's find out what's happening and it BBC Radio London travel now from Billy Reeves and forward to that the struggle having out of town through Slough presently after an accident 627.
BBC Radio London
3 days
so we doing it was being attacked sorry means we all been attacked wear at all so that's also the fact that people from more people more people doing it then if it was it was a justifiable reason I know where I'm going to ask you if you know anything about the Tebbit test in a minute but if that was a justifiable reason why aren't more people that is not it justifiable reason I know that the court of Michael come on come on we don't we don't have to do that you're giving it to me as a possible justification that might need somebody gets absolutely education we can't we can move it we can move past that I just wondering in it in it in your analysis in trying to understand it would you obviously have why are more people doing well it depends if it rains in any country win this country.
BBC Radio London
3 days
made amends remember it was the score at the American government apologize for this man is not that's different I know you that's different but they did say there is a policy at the minute weather it be that I don't know in Afghanistan weather is being a right pair of drones dropping killing people go to wedding suit and all sorts of things I keep mentioning yeah man but I could probably also mention places in Nigeria places in other parts of Africa with people they don't we don't make.
BBC Radio London
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is it the right time is it just too soon and just this one finally before we go talk to Margaret Gilmour at my children and the children of our cul-de-sac a role playing out on their bike City at we're all of different heritage in a playing so hopefully their voices and laughter or a pleasure to hear from my open windows as I cook dinner so I just want to say thank you to the police and secret services protecting our way of life and the rich tapestry of London all my best to Manchester that's Rebecca it in Enfield with that sea national Security levels at race to Critical this week for the first time in the lion a decade meaning another attack maybe a minute that you would sit on the front of your papers people laying face down the police look.
BBC Radio Scotland
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French Open the world number one will face rashes on because nets up in the first round and Scott Jamieson she believed that the PGA championship at Wentworth with belgium's Thomas pieters they're both on Severn underpants sport and we just travel with through the toilets in the Highlands police treating to see the ay831 his clothes at Balmain following an accident this is he Drumnadrochit to Glen affric Road know the school buses not involved apartments unable to turn a ticket the version that is severely delayed M8 Glasgow that broken down HGV near Charing Cross that's no clear but still seeing 40-minute delays eastbound Citibank from 12 Cumbernauld Road to Charing Cross and the M8 heading into Edinburgh broken down today in time to the Future 1 Hermiston gate is blocking a line to 20 minutes to leave here on approach M74 still single and half hour delays northbound blocked the band Sum it can decide to Five Ways With the roadworks and.
BBC Radio Scotland
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what's the traffic feeling back to Michael Rosen bridge but then busier than usual this evening about 25 minute delays on the northbound approach and severe delays on the M8 Glasgow does a broken down HGV flocking Lane westbound here 17 Great Western Road causing delays around an hour queues and back to 12 Cumbernauld Road so we are heading into Glasgow city centre and from the east side and avoid the M8 if you can as I see about an hour delay from 12 Cumbernauld Road to Charing Cross that BBC Radio Scotland Travel first first reason for loss of depressing use from Manchester this week have I got them or a heartwarming tale few come up in the next half hour right now the time is exactly 4:30 and it's going to Summer it's BBC news from me this pen to me, then how to use is the reciting of election campaigning following month is bombing in Manchester to sort out his vision for fighting terrorism you promised one.
BBC Radio London
3 days
tax paying that this country when was a car bomb attack in 1997 which we stop another was the poisoning of North London water supplies that we stop likely there's a happening well before 911 and Porsche 911 happy for you know that gal style let's not make the mistake of saying they are trying to kill us and destroy our society because of this because that just doesn't true so what do you think Jeremy Corbyn had this conversation I know many many times but it seems to me to not be an appropriate journey to make it it's not saying that there is any justification but might it not make the world I don't know slightly more challenging was it safer with Saddam Hussein Colonel Gaddafi than it is at the minute is that the reason that's been so difficult to sort out what happens in Syria.
BBC Radio Scotland
3 days
problems heading into Glasgow on the M8 broken down HGV blocking Lane westbound near 17 Great Western Road and two lanes blocked at 14 and fruit market by another breakdowns of this together causing 50 minute delays Citibank traffic school that back to 12 Cumbernauld road and the M74 half hour delays northbound Glasgow by from around 7 Larkhall to tn32 5re through the roadworks in that's BBC Radio Scotland travel in the weather is hot and sunny afternoon for all temperatures in the high 20s inland but cooler on the coast tonight it's dry and warm making for a cell tonight and difficult sleeping conditions in towns and cities who was up around 11 to 16 Celsius listening to BBC Radio Scotland it's almost 4:08 I love you drive with Graham Stewart police in Manchester have made another rest as they continue to investigate.
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BBC Radio Wales
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high speed train which would say but I've been in the year by the end of this decade we've got various other changes as well discussed the net EU contribution of 8 billion which will come to us after brexit is available for me thank national level that would 500 front line policing Wales 500 policing post it in Wales with a minute fraction of the 35 billion pounds worth of spending cuts that we've identified in our national UK manifested cause this would mean that the Westminster government would increase the block Grant given to the Welsh government for the things that it's responsible cause policing is not a devolved issue so that's so would be still within the permits of fit of purview of the Home Secretary and you're also talking about merging the 44.
BBC Radio Wales
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the community that was then if I can I want to speak to our rugby correspondent Nick Webber now it's been a long time coming this next I wasn't just to get a Welsh ride into the final even longer for the sky that you haven't won a league title since 2004 the first year of regional rugby when the Scarlets of feet is Ulster in the final game of the season at his back at stradey Park his stuff and ground even and even 5 use a sensor Shane Williams squeezed in the corner of the Ospreys and Dan Biggar booted over touchline conversion of the year at the RDS in the Venue itself shows that says things are moving on because it's the Aviva Stadium the main rugby stadium in Dublin and not when the regional grounds that it's being played at so worth thousands of scarlet fans making a last minute Scramble over the Irish sea how to write lasts weeks semi-final winners.
BBC Radio Wales
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peace and justice in orbit of the world will simply speaks volumes thank you very much the rate of Llantwit Major Canon Edwin counsell there 7:28 then and the prime minister Theresa May will be attending in G7 summit meeting in Sicily latest you use the speech to words world leaders to do more to come back online extremism should also say the more pressure should be put on technology companies to remove extreme materials will any I spoke with the BBC's Gavin Lee and asking what's happening in Sicily security nightmare that's what I tell me where in Sicily if anybody is being there it's beautiful Hillside resort full of chicanes for a very small roads to it's the Americans have said no to the main hotel where the German and Japanese at leaders Estate last minute they were considering an aircraft carrier off the coast of Sicily.
BBC Radio Wales
3 days
how's going to have it because the capital city of smiles it's going to take over but we benefit from the same time what a 12 minute train journey 20 minute car driving me nuts what's up with you in compared to other places in UK I mean it's not that it somewhere so close to a lot of good jobs.
BBC Radio Ulster
3 days
Jordan Pickford of the family that can be perfect but with the family be well no one in the area and I just heard the story of God is so sad and I'm sure there's just had a real impact on the local community and the people that you know what you're talking about her dad died after opinion and would like a big fat men and a baby has lost her life and I will see god you are investigating the that the circumstances but that mean that the line of enquiry Seems To Be The Day suggestion Over the Hedge trouble was the problem here minute but like here as she was a particularly one day yesterday was it.
BBC Radio Wales
3 days
you this is charm offensive he says how great they are you knows it with a probe you hear something else he said all with angular Merkel she's great we have great chemistry yesterday it was on camera saying you're not doing enough and the complicated thing about NATO is the heater they are things they earn money when they told doesn't work like that is about how much you collect that Year That Never any retrospective payments and he also said no Tony Stitt mortice tackle these can constant flow of the migration crisis that's another NATO issue that's one of the EU happening today in Sicily security nightmare that's what I tell me there in Sicily if anybody is being there it's beautiful Hillside resource policy Keynes for a very small roads to it's the Americans have said no to the main hotel where the German and the Japanese that leaders Estate last minute they were considering yesterday an aircraft carrier off the coast of Sicily.
BBC Radio 4
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B and frustration that it clearly come from us colleagues he been sent them in confidence under the closest us British Intelligence sharing arrangements by this morning it was clear that police investigating the Manchester attack had decided not to share any more information with the US the issue was raised by Theresa May when she met Donald Trump at the NATO summit now it seems it's back to business as usual Mr Crowley the most senior British counter terrorism officer said that having received fresh insurance is the UK was now working closely with its key partners again a minute silence has been observed across.
BBC Radio Wales
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poetry a bit of literature two and one of the sessions actually I am in just a minute from I'm from the Jam from John Doherty that the author and poet but it's at it's happening here in hey of course at the end of birth of a difficult weekend is events in Manchester have impacted on this security measures hear that for the first time in my experience of come with hay festival there been armed police at the patrolling at this site as much for that reassurance as much as the security at all does anyone there a bag text as well random bag searches on the way in but is not a proof of truce if and as I say it it it it has a feeling more of reassurance than anything else so 20 people here to enjoy it today at John Doherty and Phil do at the biggest venue here at lunchtime I hear from him in the moment about his thoughts about appearing at Heywood first or let's see if a bit out of his poop.
BBC Radio London
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within Parliament is a minute and I know there are no such things as MPs at the minute but why do they still continue to go on a quite as much need your interests as they did get something in the region is around for millions Bates at the last election and so although they didn't get any MPs that because of our political system it's not because they don't have enough support to get the kind of coverage that they do you get because you have a first past the post system which means that you know basically only really the top two parties in any one area have a chance of winning and so smaller parties struggle with that so you can because they have those formal invites at the general election if you look in London actually they got two seats on the London last year exactly and that's it yeah because that's a system that has an element of proportionality within it and so they're able to get two seats there and that means that they have an element of.