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Trident missile test went wrong. to explain why MPs weren't told a

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A missile, like this, failed to reach its target

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just weeks before a Parliamentary vote to renew the system.

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Did you know that misfire had occurred?

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Well, I have absolute faith in our Trident missiles.

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When I made that speech in the House of

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our Trident. was whether or not we should renew

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Also tonight: ministers make a statement

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The White House is accused of telling "falsehoods"

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inauguration. about President Trump's

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Choose life, choose Facebook, voting on their candidate

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Choose life, choose Facebook, Twitter, Instagram and hope that

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someone, somewhere cares. for a new generation.

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now Trainspotting returns The Prime Minister is under pressure

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tonight to explain why MPs were not told a Trident missile test went

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wrong last summer. It happened just weeks before

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a crucial Commons vote on the future of Britain's nuclear deterrent,

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when Theresa May urged Parliament to back renewal

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of the weapons system. Today, she repeatedly declined to

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say whether she knew of the malfunction, when an unarmed missile

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failed to reach its target. Our Defence Correspondent

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Jonathan Beale reports. This is what the launch

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of a Trident missile looks like. Last June the Royal Navy carried out

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what it calls a "routine un-armed something went wrong.

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but we now know that HMS Vengeance was about 200 miles

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off the Florida coast. It was to fire the missile around

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5,000 miles across the Atlantic. didn't reach its target.

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during its flight and it THE SPEAKER: I call

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the Prime Minister. Yet, just weeks later,

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Theresa May was asking MPs to vote on spending ?40 billion to renew

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the weapons system. Mr Speaker we've waited long enough,

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it is time to get on with building the next generation

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of our nuclear deterrent. there'd been a problem.

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times if she knew then Did you know that

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misfire had occurred? Did you know it happened?

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in our Trident missiles. I think we should

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defend our country. nuclear deterrent.

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in NATO with an independent Did you know about it when you told

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the House of Commons? was a very serious issue.

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about in the House of Commons It was about whether or not

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we should renew Trident. Whether we should look to the future

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and have a replacement Trident. That's what we were talking

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about in the House of Commons. Jeremy Corbyn voted against it.

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of Commons voted for. Prime Minister, did you know?

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country with an independent for our nuclear deterrent.

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all the time, regularly What we were talking about in that

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debate that took place... I'm not going to get

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an answer to this. We understand the Prime Minister

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chose not to inform Parliament about this and it's come out

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through the media some months later. in the wrong direction.

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error when a missile goes Whilst the Ministry of Defence has

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publicised past success launches of the Trident missile,

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in this incident they say they would give no further details

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of the test in June, because of national

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security reasons. In a statement, the MoD would only

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say that the submarine HMS Vengeance and her crew were successfully

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tested and certified. But significantly, officials

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do not deny that there veered off course.

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or that it might have should have come clean.

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Navy says ministers There was some minor problem.

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since 1990, regularly, I don't think it would have made

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any difference at all. It was a stupid thing to do.

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it immediately makes you think - The Government still says it has

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absolute confidence in Britain's about its reliability.

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incident just raises questions How damaging is all this for the

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Editor John Pienaar How damaging is all this for the

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Prime Minister? Well, you only had to watch that interview, Clive, to

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see this is a difficult story, and an uncomfortable time with potential

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for political embarrassment. The betting is the Defence Secretary,

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Sir Michael Fallon, could well be asked to make a statement to the

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House of Commons tomorrow, on all of this and he could argue this was a

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routine test, that there's no realistic chance of a nuclear

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accidental strike on Moscow, let alone Florida. Experts would say a

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stray missile would be aborted long before it land on Disneyland. It's

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also true that most MPs at Westminster do

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The Prime Minister has also confirmed that she'll visit

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Washington for talks with President Trump on Friday,

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the first world leader to meet him since his inauguration.

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Mrs May said she would build on the special relationship

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she finds unacceptable. but would challenge any opinions

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We'll have an opportunity it talk Correspondent Iain Watson.

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We'll have an opportunity it talk about our possible future trading

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relationship but also some of the world challenges we face. It all

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sounds positive but the two leaders will have to square this circle. ! I

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want us to be a global Britain. As you can see, our business with

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our EU partners is worth far more than our trade with the United

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States. No trade agreement can replace or match what we will lose

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our own doorstep Europe. It is well known here that the team around

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Theresa May were not exactly the biggest fans of Donald Trump when he

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was a candidate, but as soon as he was elected his officials were

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dispatched to the States trying to mention -- men

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now the Prime Minister insists she still isn't fair to raise really

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difficult issues with the new leader of the free world.

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Theresa May was a little coy on what she would say face-to-face with

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Donald Trump, but... I think the biggest game of that will be made

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about the role of women is the fact I will be there as a female role

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model. In the 80s, Mrs Fach and Ronald Reagan had a close and candid

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relationship. -- magus -- Mrs Thatcher.

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"tooth and nail", over to fight the news media

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what officials see as unfair attacks on Donald Trump.

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The new President has taken issue with estimates

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of the size of the crowd at his inauguration on Friday.

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His press secretary says it was the biggest

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in history for such an event, but as our North America

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support the claim. the evidence doesn't

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The weightiest issues on the planet were discussed

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at Donald Trump's inaugural address, but what the president is in a white

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rage about are suggestions that the crowds for him were not

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as big as they were for Barack Obama eight years ago, even though

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the evidence is incontrovertible, as these two photos,

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started, make plain. before the inauguration

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But last night, journalists were summoned to the most

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extraordinary White House briefing to be told they were lying.

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an inauguration, period. audience to ever witness

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This kind of dishonesty in the media, the challenging,

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the bringing of our nation together, is making it more difficult.

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There has been a lot of talk in the media

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about the responsibility to hold Donald Trump accountable,

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and I'm here to tell you that it goes two ways.

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No questions were allowed. accountable as well.

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Earlier in the day from Donald Trump, on a visit

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the target different. a similar attack, though this time

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As you know, I have a running war with the media.

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They are among the most dishonest human beings on earth.

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with the intelligence community. sound like I had a feud

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But, hang on a minute, how do you reconcile the suggestion

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tweeted this 11 days ago? by the journalists when he

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He accused the intelligence services of leaking material against him,

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living in Nazi Germany. it seem as though we were

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And today, key lieutenants were intensifying their attacks.

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There is an obsession by the media to delegitimise this president,

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and we are not going to sit around and let it happen.

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Our press secretary gave alternative facts to that.

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Look, alternative facts are not facts, they are falsehoods.

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Part of this can be put down to Donald Trump's obsession

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strategy here too. but there is deliberate

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It seems the White House wants to undermine the conventional media

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so that Donald Trump is able to present his own version

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of reality through Twitter and Facebook without any mediation,

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or the establishment media? who do you believe, me

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And while this battle plays itself out, the satirists are making hay.

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This is their take on what Vladimir Putin makes of it all.

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Jon Sopel, BBC News, Washington. showed up to your inauguration.

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The authorities in Israel have approved the construction of more

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than 500 homes for settlers, in occupied East Jerusalem.

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power in Washington. until Donald Trump took

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He spoke to the Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu by phone

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today, and had previously said, he would be Israel's "best friend".

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A woman with dual British and Iranian citizenship,

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rejected by a court in Tehran. a five-year prison sentence

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Nazanin Zaghari-Ratcliffe hasn't been told the full details

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of the charges against her, but her husband says

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and of being married to a spy. for the BBC's Farsi service

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He says she's innocent of both claims.

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France's socialist party, will be choosing between a former

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Prime Minister and a staunch left-winger for it's candidate

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in April's Presidential elections. left-winger for its candidate

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Initial results from the first round of voting suggest

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he wants to legalise cannabis. will take on Benoit Hamon, who says

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But the eventual winner won't be the only socialist

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He was the liberal Prime Minister reports from Paris.

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He was the liberal Prime Minister who divided the Socialist Party. Now

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Manuel Valls wants to unite it as its candidate for president. His

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opponent for the run-off, Benoit Hamon is offering voters a very

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different brand of socialism, including a monthly payment to 750

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euros to every French citizen, regardless of income. Trands transby

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putting me ahead of the other candidate you are sending a message

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of hope and renewal. You want to write a new page for the left and

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for France. Today's result is the verdict of a party divided, and also

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disillusioned. Turnout was much cloeer than in the socialist primary

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five years ago. A sign that few here believe they are choosing the next

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president. There is going to be very little chance for the left wing

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because I think the people are so disappointed in Francois Hollande's

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presidency. But there is still hope. Even if we don't win in the next

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election, it'll set the mood for what is going to happen and what

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type of a position we can do. When it comes to finding a left-wing

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candidate for the presidency, the Socialist Party race is only part of

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the story. After five years of President Hollande's unpopular

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government, interest in this primary is low and two of the most popular

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left-wing politicians aren't even left-wing politicians aren't even

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taking part. Emmanuel Macrn left the Government

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last year and is drawing business crowds to his own independent

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president campaign. And the leader of the France's far

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left party is also running on his own ticket. Whoever wins the

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socialist nomination next Sunday will leave left-wing voters with a

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choice - split their votes among three different parties, or unite

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behind one of the candidates on offer.

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They might be celebrating now, but to stand any chance of keeping the

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far right Front Nationale from power, the socialist candidate may

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have to choose who they want to help, their opponents on the right,

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or their rivals on the left. Now, to a film that

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defined a generation. Trainspotting made stars

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of the original cast years on, it's back.

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and now more than 20 Trainspotting 2 has had its premiere

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in Edinburgh tonight, and our Entertainment Correspondent

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Colin Paterson was there. After more than 20 years,

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the Trainspotting the orange carpet of

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the long-awaited sequel. I really don't.

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to the 1996 premier? I mean, yeah, for probably

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a very good reason! LAUGHTER Apart from all

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the fun stuff in the first movie, I think

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people found it relate to ball, even though

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it was maybe about subjects

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they weren't involved in, pull in some way.

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to This is carrying such

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a cultural weight associated with it, that it feels like no event

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I've been to before. The movie poster was on student's

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choose a career... The movie poster was on student's

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withdrawals, the sound track in CD players. It dealt with addiction,

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hedonism and friendship. So what you are looking at is that? Thief

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changed the wall, haven't they? Earlier in the day, the director,

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Danny Boyle took us back to where it all began. We implied they were

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straight from Prince's Street, where they were being chased by detectives

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and he gets hit here. What have you been up to for 20 years? Since

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Trainspotting, Danny Boyle has dominated the Oscars with Slumdog

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Millionaire and triumphed at the Olympic opening ceremony. Since we

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made the first movie, people come up to you and talk about the characters

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like you know them. That made you think we had caped of duty to

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perhaps turn to it again. Here we are, more than 20 years' later. How

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do you make sure this is not the film equivalent of dad dancing? ?

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The truth is, you can't. Part of the responsibility

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of what we were doing is embracing people knew intimately.

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a sequel to a story that someone, somewhere cares.

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Twitter, Instagram, and hope that What, in our 60s?

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about a third film, based I think the chances are good.

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in some skag house old folks I mean, I think, the blade artist,

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Irving, who is just arrived there, Colin Paterson, BBC News, Edinburgh.

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so don't think you've seen at the BBC Sport Centre.

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here's Hugh Woozencroft Andy Murray is out of

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the Australian Open. The number one seed was beaten

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by the world number 50, as Katie Gornall reports.

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round in Melbourne, Andy Murray leaves Melbourne having

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missed an opportunity. With Novak Djokovic out,

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the draw had opened up for him. His path had been blocked

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by an unexpected obstacle. He played extremely well,

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especially tend of the match. A tough one to lose.

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some great stuff. Mischa Zverev isn't even the best

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player in his family. His younger brother Alex is said

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to be the one to watch After losing the first set

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against the player ranked almost 50 places below him,

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Murray tried to repair the damage. an awkward opponent.

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but the German was proving His game plan was to

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serve and volley. Ronnie O'Sullivan is aiming

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for a record seventh title He faces Joe Perry in the final at

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Alexandra Palace. Having been 4-1 down,

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O'Sullivan is now with 10 frames You can watch the

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conclusion on BBC Two. England's cricketers have

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dramatically won the third and final one day international

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against India in Kolkata. India needed only six runs off

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the final four balls to win England had earlier scored 321-8

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from their 50 overs. Wasps booked a place in the last

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eight of the Rugby Champions Cup with a 41-27 win over

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Zeebre in Italy. Wing Christian Wade scored arguably,

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the pick of their seven tries. Britain's Dave Ryding has finished

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in second place in the World Cup slalom race in

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Kitzbuehel in Austria. He was quickest after the first run

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but eventually beaten by home No Brit has won an Alpine World

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Cup Ski race in the 50 The last on the podium

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was Konrad Bartelski, back in 1981. Before we go, just time to tell

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you of a new BBC global affairs programme starting tomorrow,

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with the focus on Donald Trump's It's hosted by Katty Kay

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and Christian Fraser. That's at 7.00pm on the BBC

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News Channel and BBC Four. But do stay with us on BBC One, it's

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now time for the news where you are.

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