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BBC Radio 4 Today 15h
What's life like in Gaza? will be presenting from there on Monday for a special broadcast πŸ—ΊοΈ
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BBC Radio 4 Today 18h
The EU has stepped up its preparations for the UK leaving without an agreement πŸ‡ͺπŸ‡ΊπŸ‡¬πŸ‡§πŸ€βŒ
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BBC Politics 20h
Brexit: Cold comfort for May at EU summit
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BBC Radio 4 Today 21h
Warring parties have agreed to a ceasefire for the port city of Hudaydah
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BBC Radio 4 Today 21h
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BBC Radio 4 Today 21h
EU leaders realise that Brexit is a "big mistake" and would help the UK remain if Britain was prepared to think again, says Tony Blair
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BBC Radio 4 Today 22h
A group of company leaders want a 'managed no-deal Brexit'. What would that involve and how are small businesses placed for Brexit?
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BBC Radio 4 Today 22h
Tony Blair says the British public didn't vote for "crashing out of the EU with no deal"
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BBC Radio 4 Today 23h
Tony Blair says if Britain said it was prepared to think again about Brexit, Europe should step forward with measures to show they have listened to concerns, including on freedom of movement and immigration
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BBC Radio 4 Today 23h
Former PM Tony Blair says it's possible to negotiate various Brexit options "all of which are pointless or painful". He says he is admiring of the way Theresa May has been "keeping on, keeping on" but says she should realise there is no point her "carrying on digging"
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BBC Radio 4 Today 24h
The ceasefire at Yemen's port city Hudaydah will "dramatically change lives overnight" says UN humanitarian coordinator Lise Grande. "I can't tell you how relieved all humanitarians are, all of us working in Yemen"
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BBC Radio 4 Today 24h
"People all around the world are absolutely outraged at what is happening in Yemen... something is terribly, desperately morally wrong" says UN humanitarian coordinator for Yemen, Lise Grande
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BBC Radio 4 Today 24h
The government has been accused of putting political power ahead of protecting victims of sexual abuse after the Conservative whip was restored to two suspended MPs before the confidence vote. Cabinet Minister says that criticism not "remotely fair"
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BBC Radio 4 Today 24h
Cabinet Minister on having a 2nd Brexit referendum: "We all told the people in 2016 you're having the final say... I do worry about the harm that would be done to fragile public confidence in our democratic institutions"
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BBC Radio 4 Today 24h
Cabinet Minister says Theresa May does have a clear Brexit plan. It was a "welcome first step" last night that the other 27 EU leaders gave a "very, very clear commitment to negotiate a trade deal with the UK speedily", he says.
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BBC Radio 4 Today Dec 13
"We did not find a solution," says Czech Europe Minister Ales Chmelar. He points to the problem of getting British MPs to agree. "There was not clarity on what to offer the British."
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BBC Radio 4 Today Dec 13
Strictly judges give 1 – 10 scores. Bruno and Shirley both give double that of Craig for one dancer. Assume the average for this dancer is 6 and Darcey gives 9. So what scores were awarded by the 3 judges? by πŸ’ƒπŸ’ƒ
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BBC Radio 4 Today Dec 13
Today with in Brussels and in London: Brexit latest with (0730). The Army has failed to meet its recruitment targets since outsourcing to Capita (0712). Peace finally in Yemen? Its UN humanitarian coordinator Lise Grande (0750)
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BBC Radio 4 Today Dec 13
Sir Jonathan Faull, former senior EU official, says there is a genuine desire to help Theresa May "but in order to help they need to know precisely what the prime minister wants and needs" to get the Brexit deal through Parliament.
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BBC Radio 4 Today Dec 13
"Other countries are taking action and Britain is failing to take action" by not halting arms sales to Saudi Arabia says Karol Balfe from Christian Aid. "If Britain took a different approach to this conflict, it would make a huge difference"
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