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But either way the message he is giving is he does not see Labour getting back into government any time soon. Jeremy Corbyn has made it clear that he is not resigning. He says he feels very much his message can continue to go forward. He pointed to the Stoke by-election, he won it on the same night and they held a challenge off from Ukip in a very pro-leave voting area.
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The risk of some poor travelling conditions, and that rain beginning to infringe its way into the south-west by the middle of the afternoon. Through the Midlands, East Anglia and the south-east, some patchy rain, it will be quite cloudy, but the rain not as heavy. It will cloudy, but the rain not as heavy. rain will continue, but it will tend to fizzle away.
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Iraqi forces have moved into the suburbs of western Mosul, as they continue their campaign to reclaim the area from IS. They have advanced into suburbs were 750,000 people still live. Many of them are children. With ours is Peter Hawkins, Unicef representative in Iraq. Thank you for talking to us.
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Another MP more conscious of party loyalty said... The most supportive response we received was this... That's not a huge level of support from his MPs with slim margins. However, he has support from within party members. He's on two Labour leadership contest. The big question is will we see what happened then Copeland on a national level and the next big test will be the local elections in May when we will see whether Labour is going to continue to perform quite badly.
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27 state nurseries are affected, 34% of the total, and 360 state primary schools, 20% of all primaries in London. This number has almost doubled from 2010 - when 433 schools were affected. Iraqi forces have moved into the suburbs of western Mosul, as they continue their campaign to reclaim the area from IS.
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Writing up a little bit with some sunshine and a few showers. Into this evening and tonight the rain will continue for a time across central and southern, south-easterly areas. Some of them damned if you are out and about. And then dry weather, perhaps even a touch of frost but our west, here we go again.
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Islamic State positions are barely 50 metres away. A makeshift white flag is waved above the wall, but the house next door is I.S, so the assaults continue. It is hard to know in the claustrophobia of this neighbourhood who is friend and who is foe.
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27 state nurseries are affected, 34% of the total, and 360 state primary schools, 20% of all primaries in London. This number has almost doubled from 2010 - when 433 schools were affected. Iraqi forces have moved into the suburbs of western Mosul, as they continue their campaign to reclaim the area from IS. country.
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Islamic state positions are barely 50 metres away. A makeshift white flag is waved above the wall, but the house next door is IS, so the assaults continue. It is hard to know in the claustrophobic of this neighbourhood who is friends and who is so.
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Another said... Remember, these are people who have small margins. Another was conscious of party loyalty. However his emojis exposed his thoughts. The most important said this... Chemical and had just led his party to an embarrassing defeat in Copland, lots of concern that this could continue in the elections of.
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Unsettled, there will be some rain at times. Most of that in the north and west. It will continue to be blustery both on Saturday and Sunday. That said, there will be some sunshine in the forecast. I'll show you in just a moment. Through Saturday morning it looks like that rain will continue to sink south and eastwards.
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I'll show you in just a moment. Through Saturday morning it looks like that rain will continue to sink south and eastwards. Some of it heavy across the western up slopes of the south-west of England, western Wales and for north-west England there could be quite a lot of rain piling up for Cumbria and Lancashire.
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Gale force across the north and west. But it's bringing mild south-westerlies across the UK. So it does mean it'll be mild this weekend. Unsettled, there will be some rain at times. Most of that in the north and west. It will continue to be blustery both on Saturday and Sunday. That said, there will be some sunshine in the forecast.
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And in the meantime, all organisations, such as the BBC and others, can do is continue to report the facts and continue trying to get into these extremely important briefings. It is good to have you with us. Staying with the US, and the government says next month it will start accepting proposals for the design and construction of a wall along the border with Mexico.
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So if this gets worse, as Steve Bannon has promised, how do you and other journalists continue doing your job covering the White House? Well, I think we need to see what happens in the coming days and weeks.
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And remember this is how people around the world hear about the inner workings of the White House. These press conferences are really, really important. But CNN, the BBC, and the New York Times, they have all released statements today saying that they are concerned about what's happened, they're seeking clarity, they are trying to find out from the White House exactly why they were barred, but they will continue reporting on what happens at the White House in an impartial way.
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And in the meantime, all organisations, such as the BBC and others, can do is continue to report the facts and continue trying to get into these extremely important briefings. Staying with the US, and the government says next month it will start accepting proposals for the design and construction of a wall along the border with Mexico. The agency for Customs and Border Protection says it expects companies to outline prices, with contracts to be made by the middle of April.
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So this isn't a new tactic, but what is concerning is that you have parts of the mainstream media, as Donald Trump calls them, being barred from apress conference today. And this is how people around the world hear about the inner workings of the White House. These press conferences are really, really important. But CNN, the BBC, and the New York Times, they have all released statements today saying that they are concerned about what's happened, they're seeking clarity, they are trying to find out from the White House exactly why they were barred, but they will continue reporting on what happens at the White House in an impartial way.
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So it really depends on what happens from here on in. Donald Trump, the president, did say today that something needed to be done about what he called "fake news media". Whether that manifest itself in certain news programmes and papers being barred from future press briefings, that really does remain to be seen. And in the meantime, all organisations, such as the BBC and others, can do is continue to report the facts and continue trying to get into these extremely important briefings.
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If this gets worse, as Steve Bannon has promised, how do you and other journalists continue doing your job covering the White House? I think we need to see what happens in the coming days and weeks. I mean, this was unprecedented, for many of the outlets who were told they could not come in.
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And that this is how people around the world hear about the inner workings of the White House. These press conferences are really, really important. House why they were barred, but they will continue reporting on what happens at the White House in an impartial way.
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There is no cliff edge for the simple reason that there is no cliff. Absent of trade agreement with the EU, we shall continue to trade with our former partners but on WTO terms. Some Lords may be unaware that the UK already does far more trade with the rest of the world than it does with the rest of the EU. And the gap is widening with every year that passes. And the overwhelming bulk of our trade with the rest of the world is on the WTO terms.
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I'll show you in just a moment. Through Saturday morning it looks like that rain will continue to sink south and eastwards. Some of it heavy across the western up slopes of the south-west of England, western Wales and for north-west England there could be quite a lot of rain piling up for Cumbria and Lancashire.
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Gale force across the north and west. But it's bringing mild south-westerlies across the UK. So it does mean it'll be mild this weekend. Unsettled, there will be some rain at times. Most of that in the north and west. It will continue to be blustery both on Saturday and Sunday. That said, there will be some sunshine in the forecast.