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Thank you for taking the time and we will chat to you again shortly. Joining me from Sky News Centre is Todd G Buchholz, former White House director of econimic policy. Hello to you and thank you for joining us on Sky News this evening.
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Dispel those possible consequences out well. Thank you very much for joining us from Mexico. Scientists are warning that overcooked foods including potatoes, toast, crisps and waffles could increase the risk of developing cancer.
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I think we'll try to do our best job and do it with a degree of I think we'll try to do our best job and do it with a degree of integrity in our respective industries. Shaun Spicer there. Joining us now is Susan Page, a former president of the White House correspondence and is now Paul Simpson chief the White House correspondence and is now Paul Simpson chief for USA Today. Put this in some kind of historic perspective for us.
BBC News 24
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I agree we have to work with our allies, we have to have the commerce and trade going allies, we have to have the commerce and trade going back and forth, but I'm anxiously awaiting just to see exactly what they can come I'm anxiously awaiting just to see exactly what they can come up with. What is the real solution? Thank you so much for joining 100 Days. We are going to finish Christian - with some discussion on the other barrier that is going up.
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Thank you for joining us. The man tasered by police in a case of mistaken identity has told Channel 4 News the officers involved should be put on trial and sacked. Judah Adunbi, who was working for a decade as a race relations adviser to the police was tasered outside his house on Saturday morning in Bristol - mistaken for a wanted man.
Channel 4
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That's the point. Theresa May knows it's no good fixing your own industrial strategy, if the trade deals are all stacked against you. I'm joined now by Sheila Patel - the Chief Executive of Goldman Sachs Asset Management, who has particular focus on the Asia Pacific region. Their analysts have said President Trump's trade policies could hit North Asia hardest - though a number of current and former Goldman Sachs bankers are of course joining President Trump's administration. Let's talk about the industrial strategy first.
BBC News 24
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Even if the great game has changed. And, in the end, it is Syrians who will have the final say. Thank you both for joining us. Let's talk about Syria for a second. The very fact these talks are in a former Soviet republic, rather than Geneva, says a lot about the New World order? It doesn't say that what's new.
BBC One East Midlands
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But unless local authorities take seriously and are able, through fixed penalty notices, to enforce regulations, then we are not going to get out of this problem any time soon. Thank you for joining us.
BBC One Scotland
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That will annoy many MPs. Thanks for joining us. The Cowdenbeath footballer David Robertson, who was last week judged to be a rapist in a civil case, is retiring from professional football. Robertson and his then Dundee United teammate David Goodwillie were sued by Denise Clair, who said the two men raped her at a flat in West Lothian in 2011. John McManus reports. David Robertson's professional playing career is now over, a statement on the website at Cowdenbeath said he was retiring from the game and the club's chairman said he wanted to thank David for his work.
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Sky's diplomatic editor Dominic Waghorn is live in Washington. he said he would pull the US out of the TBP and has been in a matter of days. He has. He signed an executive order which means that America will not be joining the TPP.
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It seems strange that while Michael Fallon says this is an independent British nuclear deterrent that the government cannot comment, but US officials, it appears, can. Thanks for joining us. On his first working day as American President, Donald Trump met business leaders and promised to cut taxes and slash three quarters of regulations.
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For these executive orders and initiatives in the first 100 days, coming at an insane pace. It does test us. We will talk in the weeks ahead, I hope. Thank you for joining us. And from tonight on the BBC News Channel we have a new programme covering the start of Donald Trump's presidency and the impact it could have on Brexit.
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Thank you for joining me on Sky News this afternoon. He has had a bit of a rocky start. How will he steadied the ship? I think we have had a rocky time with the press this entire period. I believe President Trump is trying to do the work he was elected to do and work with the issues people elected him to handle and the press seems to be totally in an attack mode and on the campaign mode.
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He said it was very well attended and the president suggested a million, or a million and a half people had gathered on the Mall. Mean while. Joining me now is the former chairman of the DC Republican Party Ron Phillips.
BBC Parliament
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I will come back to you with the exact details of the timescale and, to help inform them of refugees further than just Syria is well on that scheme. Would the honourable member like to congratulate councils like Kingston Council who have come forward to host vulnerable Syrian refugees and families he have done so and explain that it is still the case that individual housing is required, rather than joining a family in an existing house because lots of these people are victims of terrible atrocities? The honourable member makes an important point.
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Martin McGuinness. Joining me now is Chris Paige our Ireland correspondent. All change at the top and this injection of youth that, but the two men who've been at the top of Sinn Fein for the last two decades, Gerry Adams and Martin McGuinness were there when it was announced she'd take over as head of the party here at Stormont.
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She was a care worker and a mother of four children and she had huge impact on everybody's lives, or those who met her. Very heartfelt and emotional -- all those who met her. Very emotional tribute to Trudy Jones. Thanks for joining us. And now the weather forecast. Time for a look at the weather. We have an extreme weather around the country at the moment.
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Gerry Adams looks pretty pleased with the solution. There was one potential rival for Michelle O'Neill. Elections are pending for the assembly. We will go back there when she addresses the journalists who have gathered to listen. Joining me now is American journalist for the New York Times Beth Gardiner. Good afternoon. We are talking just a moment ago with our US correspondent about the brimful in tray in front of Donald Trump.