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But the party that looks in deeper trouble this weekend isn’t Labour, it’s the would-be insurgents. Given that it contends specifically with Apple’s brilliant news application, numerous people are normally talking about how it looks at and whether it will trade Apple News for iPhone proprietors. In a moment, I’m going to be talking to the co-leader of the Greens, Caroline Lucas. And so to Caroline Lucas. Plus two party leaders with their take on terror: Caroline Lucas from the Green Party and, on the line from Cardiff, Plaid Cymru’s Leanne Wood. But joining me now from Cardiff, Plaid Cymru’s Leanne Wood. And that means, almost certainly that Diane Abbott would take over the Home Office, and she joins me now. Should our next Home Secretary be Amber Rudd or Diane Abbott? Diane Abbott: No, no, no. But what I’m saying to you is this: It was 34 years ago. Diane Abbott: It’s 34 years ago. Data has been created by GSA Content Generator DEMO!

Diane Abbott: 34 years ago and I have moved on. Diane Abbott: The hairstyle has gone, the views have gone. I don’t have the same hairstyle. The hairstyle is gone and some of the views have gone. Andrew Marr: Do you have the same views? Diane Abbott: I don’t have the same views. Diane Abbott: What specifically do you want me to regret? You regret the fact of what you said then about the IRA? You can also search for people who have similar interests and then interact with them using special Myspace features such as blogs, chat and the add a friend to your page feature. Now lot of people who are only half paying attention to the election campaign more or less assumed it was in the bag for the Tories. Who do we most trust to keep Britain safe? After election day, one of these two women will be in charge of police and security on the streets of Britain.

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Britain leaves the European Union. It does not have to do with isolating ourselves and depriving us of the exchange, but on landing the way we use them. The BBC has and will continue to cover Brexit in a responsible and impartial way independent of political pressure. And talking of News-watch, their latest in-depth investigation of the BBC’s Brexit coverage is a long-term study of BBC Radio 4 in action – specifically Today’s dedicated business coverage. Its 6am radio news bulletin on Friday said, falsely and dangerously, that the pound had ‘collapsed’ following the result and there will be a lot more of this foolish panic-mongering in days to come. It is apparent, there is not only an attempt to revise history, there’s an attempt to revise words and their meaning. In other words, “there were three times more anti-Brexit speakers than pro-Brexit ones invited by the BBC to participate in the prestigious slot”.

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And two people who’ve been inside government at times of crisis: the former Labour Home Secretary, Jacqui Smith, and David Cameron’s former communications director, Sir Craig Oliver. I’m joined by the current Home Secretary, the Conservative Amber Rudd. I’ll be discussing the hard facts with the Conservative chairman Sir Patrick McLoughlin. American’s must be able to understand the bias of media, and be able to separate fact from fiction on their own. It can be challenging to grasp the idea of flipping your perspective at first, but once you’re able to do it life becomes much easier to enjoy. Not so much Doris, but those by-elections which have battered and scattered some recent accepted truths about British politics. You said that “Ireland is our struggle. Every defeat of the British state is a victory for all of us. A defeat in Northern Ireland would be a defeat indeed”. This flawed analysis is from a group with a slanted perspective and the BBC’s coverage has impartially presented an accurate reflection of the business community’s viewpoints.