BBC News 24
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But of course it gets let it be very difficult because when you have your local schools, teachers having their wages being cut, that has a huge impact on people. Certain parts of the country are going to be losing out because, London, for example, there is a highlighting that London schools have good funding relative to other parts of the country.
BBC News 24
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And I speak as someone who might under different circumstances well be a Labour supporter. It is a catastrophe what is happening to the Labour Party at the moment. Jeremy Corbyn has been extremely Labour Party at the moment. Jeremy fairly capable opposition leader this government would be in better shape in this country would be in better shape.
BBC News 24
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That means that those EU people who are here already will be allowed to stay but anyone arriving after that point will have much tougher visa restrictions and will have restricted access to benefits. It will mark a massive change in the way that migrants are treated by this country.
BBC News 24
12 minutes
This is an interesting development. It was spread around this would happen. But there are good sources for this. The cut-off date for EU migrants in this country is likely to be around the 15th of March once the Article 50 bill has gone through Parliament.
ITV
26 minutes
One thing you did say that caused the odd wave was reintroducing restrictions about child refugees coming to this country. You faced a lot of criticism. You defended it by saying that in some sense it was a magnet for traffickers.
BBC News 24
32 minutes
The new terror watchdog has warned of the intensity of current plots. The sad fact is that the threat in this country, represented by what we now know as "Daesh" or so-called Islamic State, is high, is continuing, and is not going to abate.
ITV
37 minutes
How much of your time is devoted to protection against this? I think it is the most important thing a Home Secretary does, making sure the country is defended and looked after. So that is your main priority at the moment? Yes. Did it have an impact on your decision to appoint Cressida Dick as the top police officer in the country? She has a strong background.
BBC News 24
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He was elected democratically. You need to get behind your leader. He's got a mission to make Labour electable in the United Kingdom. Our next test is the Scottish local government elections. I would have liked him to have indicated more how we are to help the country to vote Labour again. Jeremy Corbyn's team are making it clear that there'll be no change of leadership and no change of direction either.
BBC News 24
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I'm carrying on as leader because I'm determined that we will deliver social justice in this country. You'll definitely be leader in 2020? I've given you a very, very clear answer! Yes! And amongst party delegates, there's little appetite for another leadership contest, despite all the problems.
BBC News 24
40 minutes
We were the canary down the mine, so to speak, in terms of losing the faith of working-class communities across the country. Jeremy Corbyn says he has a huge mandate from his party and is clearly a little tired of the repeated questions about his leadership.
ITV
an hour
So why not try and secure that majority, since, right now, if you went to the country, it looks like you would win by a landslide. The Prime Minister has said she does not want to have an election. One of the things that people appreciate about are talking about those results, for years, there was the perception that the rise of UKIP was bossing where the Tory party was going.
Sky News
an hour
That is what the government says. There's absolutely no sentience human being who generally think there will be mass deportations of EU citizens all British citizens after... Can the Prime Minister arbitrarily say what the legal status of EU migrants to this country will be before we left the EU? EU will argue that point if it goes to court.
BBC News 24
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The BBC has been told the inquiry will hear new evidence about abuse that took place, and claims that it was covered up. Here's our Home Affairs Correspondent Tom Symonds. NEWSREEL: They arrive at Fremantle from Great Britain with 931 new migrants for this country. from Great Britain with 931 I've lived for 60-odd years with this hate. They sent us to a place that was a living hell.
ITV
an hour
American authorities have been investigating him for two years now. Mo Farah is frustrated and says, if they have evidence of wrongdoing, they should take action. As long as Alberto Salazar is under investigation, they outside the country's hospitals - smokers lighting up at a place they go to get well.
BBC News 24
an hour
Most were women and children, hungry, tired and waiting under a burning sun. hungry, tired and waiting They'd fled into the marshlands of the Nile to escape the civil war which is destroying the world's youngest country. But now they're desperate, and despite the risks, have come out for help.
BBC News 24
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" He singled out the issue of British people returning from abroad after fighting for so-called Islamic State. to escape the country's civil war by seeking refuge in the marshes of the Nile. by seeking refuge in the marshes of Our Africa Correspondent, Alastair Leithead, has travelled to a rebel-held town in Unity State, where people have been gathering to receive help. where people have been They came in their thousands as word spread that help was on its way.
STV
2 hours
Because I am determined that we will deliver social justice in this country. Definitely the leader in 2020? I have given you a very, very clear answer. Yes. Labour's deputy leader agrees now is not the time for another leadership battle, but in the same breath points out that some of Jeremy Corbyn's cheerleaders, from the unions, for example, have suddenly gone quiet.
ITV
2 hours
I am carrying on as leader. Because I am determined that we will deliver social justice in this country. Definitely the leader in 2020? I have given you a very, very clear answer. Yes. Labour's deputy leader agrees now is not the time for another leadership battle, but in the same breath points out that some of Jeremy Corbyn's cheerleaders, from the unions, for example, have suddenly gone quiet.
STV
2 hours
Keep calm and carry on - Corbyn vows to stay as Labour leader for three more years. Two days after a humiliating by-election defeat, he says he won't 'retreat or run away' before the 2020 General Election. I'm carrying on as leader, because I'm determined we will deliver social justice in this country. You will definitely be the leader in 2020? I've given you a very, very clear answer.
ITV
2 hours
1 for car savings. Keep calm and carry on - Corbyn vows to stay as Labour leader for three more years. Two days after a humiliating by-election defeat, he says he won't 'retreat or run away' before the 2020 General Election. I'm carrying on as leader, because I'm determined we will deliver social justice in this country.
BBC News 24
2 hours
He was elected democratically. despite all the problems. You need to get behind your leader. despite all the problems. He's got a mission to make Labour electable in the United Kingdom. Our next test is the Scottish local government elections. I would have liked him to have indicated more how we are to help the country to vote Labour again. indicated more how we are to help Jeremy Corbyn's team are making it clear that there'll be no change of leadership and no change of direction either.
BBC News 24
2 hours
You'll definitely be leader in 2020? in this country. I've given you a very, very clear answer - yes! And amongst party delegates, there's little appetite for another leadership contest, despite all the problems.
BBC News 24
2 hours
In many respects, what's happening in the north-east of England is what happened in the north-east of to the Scottish Labour Party two years ago. We were the canary down the mine, so to speak, in terms of losing the faith of working-class communities across the country. Jeremy Corbyn says he has a huge mandate from his party and is clearly a little tired of the repeated questions about his leadership.
Sky News
2 hours
A recent poll showed that you are the second most popular candidate for the leadership. The most popular is the London mayor. I am a member of Parliament with a national platform. I'm sitting here now speaking to lots of people across the country about what I think that Labour should do but I'm not the only one.