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Thank you very much indeed. It's been described as one of the biggest constitutional battles of recent times. Tomorrow the Supreme Court will give its judgment on whether or not Parliament should have a say on the start of the Brexit process. The government has appealled against a previous High Court ruling that MPs should vote on triggering article 50, which formally begins Britain's exit from the European Union.
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Simon Jack, BBC News, Nottingham. Let's cross to Westminster - and speak to the Shadow Minister for Industrial Strategy Chi Onwurah. Thanks for being with us. More of an investment in skills and infrastructure to boost productivity, what is not to like.
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Modern industry leaders say this is different. Picking winners is much more about picking the company or the final product. What I think you are seeing here is much earlier in the cascade of economic growth. This is all about building skills, building capabilities, building based technologies. These are just proposals at this stage but ones the governments hopes will inject new life to a post Brexit economy.
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What executive orders will he be signing and we'll talk about that in more detail with Dominic and just a short time, and also the news conference as well. Lots to pick over. We heard from Sean Spicer, the Press Secretary, saying sometimes our facts are different to yours.
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OK, it is great to talk to you. Thank you for taking your time to join us this evening. We appreciate it. Coming up in the next half an hour or so I will be speaking to Dunn where corn -- Dominic Waghorn, about the very busy day we've had in Washington. He has been signing executive orders to get rid of trade deals with Pacific Rim countries and we've also heard that he is going to be doing more of this tomorrow.
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Is this is, partly because old Obama care have not been hiring to the same extent they would otherwise because the Obama administration increased taxes, and discouraged American companies from hiring Americans and instead encourage them to but businesses offshore which went very well for those division.
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But with limited amounts of new money available, the fear is that while some sectors will be cultivated, others may wither, leaving behind the workers in those industries. I don't think we can afford to leave any sector behind in an industrial strategy, particularly given so many millions of workers are employed in areas like retail, food, care, where wages are often too low and investment too scarce.
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And why wouldn't we be doing it if it's going to bring us the skills we need in a coordinated way, with the key industry sectors that have the most potential for growth based on our scientific ability? The government wants businesses of the future, like biotechnology or life science, to grow.
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That is not what I am saying, that is what these statistics are saying. The full employment statistics only look at those who are actively looking for a job. The important factor is to look at the millions of Americans and then double digit unemployment rate, if you take into consideration those who have given up, because they have not seen an environment that is inviting them back into the workforce.
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£170 million for technical colleges to improve skills. And infrastructure investment targeted to fit regional needs. I think it's absolutely essential and it's been too long in coming. And it's all about coordination, and directed and focused input to meet the needs of the economy of this country.
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And the economy desperately needs that kind of attitude. But my question is what is that working man's billionaire going to do to convince those people who have given up looking for a job to go out and look for work given that we have seen so many months of increased workforce and also to all intents and purposes according to statistics you are at full employment in the United States? You can say we are Apple employment but I can tell you.
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Most Conservative governments have preferred a hands-off approach to business. Not this government. What this is about is creating the right conditions for the future economy for the UK. As we leave the European Union I'm ambitious for the opportunities available to us, building a truly global Britain. But we need to ensure that our economy is working for everyone, working in every part of the country. The government's ten point plan includes investment in research and development in high-growth sectors.
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But still, the fact is the number of Americans that are not participating, when you cite those statistics you are talking about those who are in the workforce. What I am talking about and the challenge in any economy is can he get people who have given up to come back into the workforce and sign up and take a job.
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Outlining the plans Theresa May said it would mean a more active role for the government. Critics say it doesn't go far enough. Our business editor Simon Jack has more. Growing an economy for the 21st-century. This biotech firm is trying to increase crop yields, reduce fertiliser use and provide high-paying jobs.
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That's all sport for now. I'll have more in the next hour. Thank you. That's the focus for the government after they unveiled plans for a new industrial strategy. It's part of a blueprint for the economy once Britain leaves the EU.
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One and six able-bodied men of prime working age between 25 and 54 are neither working nor are they seeking to work. So if President Trump is going to succeed, he has to create an environment in which guest businesses want to higher but also Americans want to get off their sofas and turn off the video games and go back to work. President was towards the end of the Bush administration.
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That is the way it is looking at this moment. The reason I am asking because jobs increased or 75 straight months under President Obama and according to statistics America is Apple employment, what more can he do? Those statistics, if you look at them and consider the Labour participation rate, the number of Americans that are out of the workforce has been growing, about 95 million Americans are out of the workforce.
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It will be my first time on court against and I am looking forward to competing against her. She is one of, if not the best player to have in the game, so to play against someone like that who you also grew up watching, it is another great opportunity for me to take a load of experience from.
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One of the great thinkers of all time, Walter Wriston who headed Citibank says money goes where it is wanted and stays where it is well treated. Donald Trump is looking at businesses throughout the world and saying come here because we are going to make it more profitable for you, we're going to cut taxes and therefore create an environment that is more inviting and more likely to pay dividends, not just for the shareholders but all stakeholders in society, including the citizens.
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What does that mean for jobs? It means just in the last couple of weeks, we are seeing announcements, there is a question mark over them but Fox calm, a great assembler of computer devices is contemplating a new factory in the US.
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It follows Arsenal's win over Burnley yesterday when Wenger pushed fourth official Anthony Taylor - after being sent off. The Frenchman is alleged to have used abusive or insulting behaviour. Wenger was reacting angrily as Burnley were awarded a penalty in added time. He apologised for his actions after the game and has until 6pm on Thursday to respond.
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Health care centre, bad, and overlaid all sorts of regulations on them. I think finally businesses are seeing that there is a president who might appreciate that if companies make profits, it might raise the standard of living for the citizens of the country.