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BBC Newsnight Sep 19
US Supreme Court Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg, an iconic champion of women's rights, has died of cancer at the age of 87. In February 2017 she sat down with Newsnight for a rare extended interview with filmmaker Olly Lambert. WATCH:
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BBC Newsnight Sep 18
"The true symbol of America is not the bald eagle - it is the pendulum" US Supreme Court Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg, an iconic champion of women's rights, has at the age of 87. In 2017 she sat down with Newsnight for an extended interview. WATCH:
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BBC Newsnight Sep 18
Stephen Smith heads to the fells with best-selling writer James Rebanks. Fed up with ‘industrial’ methods James rediscovered farming in sympathy with nature in his new book 'English Pastoral'. WATCH: | |
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BBC Newsnight Sep 18
"It's not just the opposition that are focusing on competence here - it's MPs on his own backbenches" - The Guardian's Anushka Asthana on the threats Prime Minister Johnson faces at the close of this week. |
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BBC Newsnight Sep 18
"It could be the start of something very serious for the government... or it could be a blip" - Times Radios Tom Newton-Dunn on the crossroads the government faces going into the weekend. | |
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BBC Newsnight Sep 18
"We need to have a national conversation about what is practical to achieve - and what the costs are" - Professor Robert Dingwall on the government's consideration of a second national lockdown. |
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BBC Newsnight Sep 18
"The hospitality sector is filled with dread" - Our business editor Helen Thomas on how the industry is reacting to the threat of further economic restrictions. |
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BBC Newsnight Sep 18
We're live now on with Emily Maitlis - you can also watch online at |
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Lewis Goodall Sep 18
Replying to @BBCNewsnight
Remember, lockdown was partly supposed to be about buying time to build resilience. Question is, have we built enough? All these questions and more analysed on tonight's , including latest piece from me. Make sure you're watching, 10.45pm BBC2.
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BBC Newsnight Sep 18
TONIGHT- As government’s across the world try to tackle the pandemic, we assess how Boris Johnson is handling the crisis. We will be joined by Times Radio's Tom Newton Dunn and Anushka Asthana, from the Guardian. - 22:45 | |
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BBC Newsnight Sep 18
TONIGHT- Stephen Smith heads to the Lake District with best-selling writer James Rebanks. Fed up with ‘industrial’ methods he rediscovered farming in sympathy with nature in his new book 'English Pastoral' - More at 22:45 | |
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BBC Newsnight Sep 18
"All of the deterioration of the British landscape goes into hyperdrive if we sign on the dotted line" - James Rebanks, a bestselling Lake District writer and shepherd tells Newsnight his concerns about the potential effects of a UK/US trade deal. |
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BBC Newsnight Sep 18
"This has been good business for the farm" - Bestselling writer James Rebanks invited Newsnight to the Lakes to talk about his new book ‘English Pastoral’ - a manifesto for farming in sympathy with Nature. More at 22:45 | |
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BBC Newsnight Sep 18
WATCH: As the Scottish elections edge closer, how are Brexit and the pandemic playing into the changing political landscape? Lewis Goodall reports on a familiar constitutional battle now facing its latest twist and turn: |
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BBC Newsnight Sep 17
“This isn’t just about something that’s pretty basic. We’re losing our European citizenship.” Former SNP Europe spokesperson says “it is now time” for another referendum on Scottish independence to be held
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BBC Newsnight Sep 17
“We know that the nationalists would keep wanting referendums until they won one.” Former Scottish Secretary says while Brexit hasn’t helped the case for the union, there is “no basic justification” for another referendum
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BBC Newsnight Sep 17
“It’s a system under massive stress at the moment.” President Prof says the UK’s testing system “is not failing” despite not meeting current demands, but adds she remains “optimistic we will get close to doubling” testing capacity |
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BBC Newsnight Sep 17
“The system is not failing, we have a system now that is capable of providing 250k tests daily.” Conservative MP Dr Dan Poulter says while capacity is stretched and there are challenges, “we could have been a little bit better prepared” for a rise in demand for tests
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BBC Newsnight Sep 17
We're live now on with Katie Razzall - you can also watch online at |
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BBC Newsnight Sep 17
TONIGHT: As demand for tests outstrips capacity, where are we left now and what’s the way out? Former health minister Conservative MP Dr Dan Poulter and President Prof join us at 22:45 |
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