Sky News
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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.
BBC Parliament
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It might not make the front pages but these are the sorts of things that unnoticed, and really matter. The increase of fly-tipping, a blight on all of our communities. As the honourable member mentioned earlier, the cuts have taken the time to impact on local communities but it really is starting to be felt and starting to be felt across the piece.
BBC Parliament
8 minutes
If everybody now restricts themselves to eight minutes each, I won't have to put on a time limit which will make a much more pleasant and better flowing debate. It is a pleasure to follow the honourable member the Cannock Chase.
BBC News 24
8 minutes
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.
BBC News 24
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Sky News
9 minutes
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.
BBC News 24
10 minutes
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.
Sky News
13 minutes
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.
BBC News 24
16 minutes
Interesting. Thank you. No time for the full round-up of the sport. Bernie Ecclestone has confirmed he is no longer running Formula 1, ending 40 years in charge of the sport. Speaking to a German magazine he confirmed he had been asked to step down. The news is expected to be confirmed tomorrow in an entered by the sport's new orders, Liberty media. Nicola Adams has announced her decision to turn professional.
BBC Parliament
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It is a great pleasure to follow the member the Knowsley, and can I also wish the Minister a very happy birthday. I hope he will get some time to enjoy his birthday and two. Madam Deputy Speaker... I am very grateful to have the opportunity to speak in this evening's debate and I'd like to focus my contributions on part one of the bill which builds on the reforms of business rates which were undertaken in the last Parliament and extend business rates retention from 154% to 100%.
Sky News
26 minutes
It was a really shocking performance on Saturday when he came out and send that he has accused the press of being deliberately undermining the enthusiasm for the inauguration, and I think the concern for the press also was that at the same time they were talking about a war with the media.
BBC News 24
31 minutes
There are many mistakes the media makes all the time. They misreport don't report something get a fact wrong. I don't think you turn around and say you were intentionally lying. We all do our best with a degree of integrity in our respective industries.
BBC News 24
32 minutes
There are times when we believe something to be true or we act in haste because the information available wasn't complete, but our desire to communicate to the American public and make sure that you have the most complete story at the time, and so we do it. So we are going to do our best every time we can. I am going to come out and tell you the facts as I know them and if we make a mistake I will do my best to collect it, but I think as I mentioned the other day, it is a two-way stream.
BBC Parliament
33 minutes
As the National Audit Office made clear in 2014, local authorities at that time, all local authorities in England, had already experienced a real terms reduction in funding of 37%. That was since 2010. That in itself represented, in terms of the council's income, 25% cut. You cannot sustain those sorts of cuts without it having consequences. In 2016, PricewaterhouseCoopers in a report commissioned by Lancashire County Council, said that there is a significant risk that the cost of statutory services will exceed the financial responsibilities available to the council.
BBC News 24
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And there is an eye-catching promise to cut taxes. What we're doing, we're going to be cutting taxes massively for both the middle class and for companies, and that's massively. We've been talking about this for a long time.
BBC News 24
36 minutes
We're going to take care of the environment and we're going to take care of safety and all the other things we have to take care of, but you're going to get such great service and there will be no country that is faster, better, more fair, and at the same time protecting the people of the country.
BBC News 24
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Tests make sure things are working properly and most of the time the tests have suggested things are working properly? This government is a government that has put huge stored into Trident and into weapons of mass destruction. Every other aspect of how we defend our nation is being put at risk because so much of the effort has been put into Trident, and if we have a system that doesn't carry confidence and that support, then perhaps that vote might have changed significantly.
BBC News 24
an hour
We simply want to know, was this test successful or not? Should we believe the White House official, who, while we've been sitting here debating, has confirmed to CNN that the missile did auto self-destruct off from MPs and the rest of us, but this time Theresa May's hope of staying quiet seems to have backfired.
BBC News 24
an hour
So be sensible is the point. Exactly cutting down on making sure you have a balanced diet. Thank you Sarah. Time for a look at the a balanced diet. Thank you Sarah. Time for a look at the weather. It's been another day of huge contrast of the Dhoni UK, some of the dollar miserable, others bright and sunny and for a few it has been foggy all day and for a few it has been foggy all day long, the Falque becoming expensive as we head into the evening, freezing fog causing problems with travel. Go online for the details. An area of cloud drifting across before more fog emerges in the West Country, East Wales and some Southern counties, all the while Northern Ireland and Scotland have a mild time with patchy rain contrasting temperatures.
Channel 4
an hour
We are back tomorrow at the usual time, that's Channel 4 News. Good evening. High pressure is going to continue to influence the weather this week meaning it is generally going to stay settled. Allowed amounts vary from day to day, not always sunny and there will continue to defrost and fog overnight and into the morning.
BBC Parliament
an hour
We have seen councils losing out over and over again. I am listening very carefully. Will he not acknowledge that rural counties and rule councils have been underfunded by central government for many years. This underfunded by central government for many years. This will be addressed the gap which has been in place for a very long time. I will give an example. that £1.
Channel 4
an hour
There are certain things that we may not fully understand, but our intention is never to lie. It is a two-way street. There are many mistakes that the media makes all the time. They must report something, do not report something, get a facts wrong. It is not always the case of an intentional lie.
Channel 4
an hour
He has had a rip-roaring argument with the mainstream media which is all red meat also for his key support. And he is moving forward on issues like Obamacare and trade. So he's signalling all the kinds of messages they would have hoped in this time.
Sky News
an hour
He visited the CIA and a director that was considered a consensus candidate was not approved. Where is the story? And I think that... You have bigger fish to fry. Why worry about a couple of tweets about crowd size? Were minimising the point here. It's not about one to beat, it's not about one picture. It's about a constant theme. It's about sitting here every time and being told no.