was that anyway for andrew marr to speak to a labour peer? the headlines at 8pm. if hers is increasingly familiar to viewers of bbc rejected. news. "people didn't like that deal, can we have another one"? by newsnight‘s political editor. give you a better against theresa deal". may. it's certainly not succeeded. doesn't it have more of a sort of dad's army feel about it? i've always admired captain i declare this brexit mini mart open! opponents say there's no value to the deal at mainwaring. all for the uk. the only way out is this miserable deal that nobody seems to want? is leading to a dramatic decrease in was picked up by several of the next day's newspapers. robberies. day's newspapers. political assistant at at a&e departments. correspondent used it. used it.
the hard brexiteers, the dad's army brigade. spend more than ever. brigade. brexiteers on board to back the government. government. chris alden shaw had this reaction. as headline news by the bbc from last weekend on. last weekend on. prime minister struggling to maintain cabinet unity. maintain cabinet unity. says, that could delay or frustrate the talks. the talks. face a vote of no confidence this week. week. the prime minister pushes on with her
it? it all but i've the bits that matter. matter. that met approval from a news watch viewer. emphasis on politician's career prospects rather policy effective. prospects rather policy effective. i found it to be frustrating lack of analysis of the actual draft deal. analysis of the actual draft deal. even the public —— leaving the public in the dark. public in the dark. political shenanigans going on in and around westminster. and around westminster.
affect our country is far more important. important. referendum we wouldn't have ended up in this mess. in this mess. the positives and the pitfalls of their choices. their choices. i'm joined by paul, editor of the bbc‘s news at six and news at ten. bbc‘s news at six and news at ten. explaining about the draft agreement? i think we have. empathise with that because brexit is a difficult story. is a difficult story. example which attempted to explore what are in these agreements. what are in these agreements.
documents which is about the future of the uk and how it runs itself. of the uk and how it runs itself. been negotiating this stuff resigned. resigned. that is a serious political story. political story. resignations and we have two reports that. that. enough of those to create a vote of no—confidence in the prime minister. no—confidence in the prime minister. i wouldn't say the coverage was tilted to that direction. tilted to that direction.
trigger a vote of no—confidence, jacob rees mogg was on air a lot. jacob rees mogg was on air a lot. but it didn't materialise, did you fall for hype? fall for hype? events on a momentous day in westminster. westminster. no—confidence and what jacob rees—mogg did, hasn't materialised. rees—mogg did, hasn't materialised. expertise and insight we had about what was going on in westminster. what was going on in westminster. concerned about with the bbc‘s political coverage. political coverage. audience about what the policies are. are. and on brexit, it matters more than ever. than ever. that is why we've taken a lot of steps.
lot of steps. explaining what they are talking about? about? has been at the four, it's really hard. hard. otherwise the coverage makes no sense. no sense. the arguments over someone's career or who is in all who is out. or who is in all who is out. we are doing, we have landed on the right place. thank you. on the agenda on last sunday's andrew marr show. andrew marr show. their spiky exchange with shadow attorney general. attorney general. i can't understand why you want to leave the eu. why you want to leave the eu. i don't want to leave the eu. i'm a democrat.
democrat. your manifesto says we're leaving the eu... leaving the eu... i'm a democrat, i don't know about you, andrew. don't know about you, andrew. don't patronise me. patronise me. i would never try to patronise you. patronise you. watching that and objected to what he saw. he explains why. democrat she accepted the view of the people. the people. saying, don't patronise me, i'm as much of a democrat as you are. much of a democrat as you are. said it in certain aggressive tone, i was shocked. i was shocked. you could see their shami chakrabarti was taken aback. shami chakrabarti was taken aback. but she recovered her composure and the interview carried on. the interview carried on. think andrew marr would have talked to earn that money she was a man.
to earn that money she was a man. this area —— era of gender equality, he was offbeat. he was offbeat. when we asked bbc news for the response. they told us. thank you for your comments this week. week. affairs or even appear on the programme, you can call us. programme, you can call us. or you can e—mail us. can e—mail us. twitter and do have a look at our website. website. thoughts about bbc news coverage again next week. goodbye.
and the general weather pattern isn't changing much this weekend. isn't changing much this weekend. in, it is drawing in a lot of cloud and may well bring in a few showers. and may well bring in a few showers. all the while little the chilly side. side. and wales particularly over the hills. hills. south—west and developing through the english channel. the english channel. showers coming into the north—east of scotland. those other temperatures. not falling very much. scotland up toward the northern isles. isles. try in the south—west add asego little sunshine. asego little sunshine. cloudy skies across northern ireland. across northern ireland. have a few showers coming in off the north sea. north sea. misty over the hills of wales and into the midlands as well. wales and into the midlands as well. southern coastal counties of england. hit and miss and we may be
dry. dry. migrating towards the south—west of england. clipping south wales. coastal areas of scotland, perhaps north—east england. north—east england. seeing the sunshine with temperatures struggling. temperatures struggling. we've got another push of rain which has changed the forecast a bit. has changed the forecast a bit. probably drive to the south—west. bbc some sunshine here. whole, the easterly breeze is dry—cleaning cloudy skies. dry—cleaning cloudy skies. sunshine out towards the west but we are drawing cold air from the north. are drawing cold air from the north. temperatures will be lower on sunday. sunday. we keep the same weather pattern into monday. pattern into monday. high—pressure dominating generally. dominating generally. in the atlantic on a couple of large areas of low pressure. areas of low pressure. the weather pattern is going to change significantly next week.
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