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Ed Miliband. There's something I want to come back to later on, but the thing to remember about leadership, it's much more volatile than how people feel about the parties. The current election, the Tories are doing particularly well because Theresa May is so popular, but people's attitudes about leaders tend to change rapidly more so than parties, so if something went wrong with Brexit or if Labour managed to elect.
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who asks the question is this the Brexit election, that is the big question on everyone's minds, then I want to touch on the role of leadership. I'm joined by the Internet panel which interviews 30,000 people per wave and we have been running the current one since.
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Chris to kick us off. I want to talk about three things. I want to put the current election into long-term context looking at how voters have changed the way they behave over a long period and also comparing attitudes towards the parties and leaders to the last couple of elections. Anyone.
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£6 billion a year of subsidy going into the current fossil fuel industry. Twice that which is going into renewables. That's mainly in tax breaks in North Sea oil and gas. There is also substantial subsidies for nuclear. I think we would be remiss if we didn't acknowledge that there is an ongoing subsidy to the way we live today and that the demand to have new subsidies for a change to meet the challenges of the future isn't unreasonable in that context. I think, though Neil Hamilton wouldn't agree, and I accept,.
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of a healthy debate, perhaps Plaid Cymru would find comfort in this but we find the Government's amendment broadly right in terms of its approach, although that is not me praising full-scale all of the current approaches taken by the Government in terms of energy. We would very much urge them to look at some of the long-term structural issues that are limiting growth and development in mid.
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for us of course. That's why I was surprised to see the Labour Party here had tabled an amendment watering down our requests and undermining what they are saying and what their own party is standing on in this election. That is a matter for them to explain and I'm sure they will do so in due time. There is no doubt that the current market is damaging Wales. Low income households are highly affected.
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work for business, and does it work in terms of long-term investment in the kinds of energy and the energy industry we want to see in Wales? Plaid Cymru is of the opinion the answer is no, the current system isn't working. And we need at least one more move in the current system to make things more lively. The opinion is shared by the Labour lively. The opinion is shared by the.
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The shock and disgust that even change Donald Trump's opinions for the current regime but prior to the French presidential elections, Emmanuel Macron seemed more open to the idea of new routes towards easing sanctions against Russia for example. It's not quite clear what his stance is on continuing to cooperate with Assad or if there is some possibility for discussion to take place before Assad's departure which previously was.
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came to tell us the statement. They did not want to read it on camera. They are too distressed to talk at the current time. In it, they say that one of their colleagues was killed at Hamerton Zoo this morning. This appears to be a freak.
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We have said that any of the reassessment about how the money is spent, those schools that lose out will not lose out. They will be guaranteed that money. That is the funding for Miller. But the investment you are putting into schools in real terms... At any of the Headteachers said that they are happy with current resources?.
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mandate, you are not saying no. It is a weak mandate. Can you see the conditions you have laid down in your manifesto being met before 2021? Current play with support in this support going down foreign independence referendum, I do not see it happening soon. The people of Scotland do not want it. Not very good while after 2021? At the moment, with what we have seen over the last few years, there is no support for another independence.
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But the current speaker, John Bercow, made far more radical changes, opting to wear an ordinary suit and tie under a plain black gown. The speaker also has a representative role, meeting world leaders when they pay Parliament a visit and there are some other practical.
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a very steadfast manner. But at the same time, I think it is quite important to recognise, after 20 years of endeavour to make the North Koreans halt their nuclear and ballistic missile programme, it hasn't worked out. Under the current.
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Labour Government, sorry, this current leadership is wedded to ending freedom of movement which has been the major source of family unification of family migration that this country is seen. So I think that there are swings and roundabouts here. I think that what we.
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like walking away from changes to conditions for spousal entry that that would have the result of more immigrants being allowed to come and settle in the UK. Well, that is a possibility but at the same time we should recognise that this current.
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many. Her spokesman said today that she is a passionate, but should she may be at an Atlanticist but Donald Trump and the current administration isn't so leader his own and needs Aziza in that light these days
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really no good options, but what is consistent and clearly continuing here is North Korea's testing of missiles and North Korea's defiance, in spite of this series, now, of international warnings and being told to desays from this current course. North.
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area of the country. So, the current situation at the moment, 16 arrests, 14 remain in custody and police say more raids and arrests are likely as the investigation continues. Thank you very much
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new about the current crisis? The newest thing here is that they claim to have pledged allegiance to Isis or Isil. They want to be recognised by Isil. I think that is why they are provoking the Government. That is why they are launching this high-profile attack on the Muslim seat here
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Quiet perhaps towards Wales and the south-west, perhaps a bit of brightness coming on through here. It will help to lift the current -- temperatures somewhat