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'These people are often represented as loners, but they're actually members of online communities promoting extreme violence against women.' Callum Hood, from the Centre for Countering Digital Hate, discusses the online INCEL movement, reported to be getting more violent.
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'Condemnation does not stop Putin. What stops Putin is additional weapons, additional support for Ukraine and sanctions.' Ukrainian MP Kira Rudik reacts to Liz Truss saying that the UK "will never recognise" the sham referendums held by Russian occupying forces.
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'It would have been wiser for Liz Truss to spend the next two years focusing on delivering on the promises the Tories made in 2019, and then try to make her own mandate.' Journalist Henry Hill reflects on the Prime Minister's first few weeks in office.
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'The Bank of England's intervention, for now, seems to have worked. It's reassured markets lending money to the Government.' GB News' @LiamHalligan explains why the Bank of England is 'helping the Government sell its debt'. 📺 Freeview 236, Sky 515, Virgin 604
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‘The first casualty of war is the truth’ James Melville joins Mark Steyn to discuss who may be responsible for Nord Stream pipeline leaks. 💻 GB News YouTube: bit.ly/3vAYaw0
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'As Churchill said, when you find yourself going through hell, the best thing to do is to keep going!' Journalist Benedict Spence says Liz Truss needs to 'bite the bullet and keep going' with her economic strategy, even if it means risking her popularity.
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'If the Government does achieve growth, maybe the events of these few days will be forgotten.' Polling expert Professor Sir John Curtice analyses what Labour's strong lead in the polls suggests.
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'The income tax cut and the national insurance cut benefit every single worker, 30 million people in the UK.' Chief Secretary to the Treasury Chris Philp discusses the mini-budget announced last week, saying 'less than 5% was the removal of the top rate of tax'.
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'The police has been captured by the rainbow shirts' @LozzaFox gives his thoughts on the new Met Commissioner's vow to be hard on crime and end gesturing. 💻 GB News YouTube: bit.ly/3vAYaw0
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'Labour are making hay with this, because they're trying to beat the Tories on their home turf of financial competence and economic responsibility.' GB News Business and Economics Editor Liam Halligan brings the updates on the current economic situation in the UK.
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'They're all going to be on the phones, asking clients to give millions of pounds to charity.' GB News' Ellie Costello reports on BGC Charity Day 2022 - the American Financial Services Company's annual commemoration of colleagues lost in the 9/11 World Trade Centre attacks.
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'We'll be able to look at Her Majesty's headstone and reflect on everything that she did.' Royal fans Anne Daley and Grace Gotharg speak to GB News, as Windsor Castle reopens to the public, allowing visitors to see Queen Elizabeth II's final resting place.
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'The court heard from a child psychiatrist, who viewed some of the content Molly had been looking at prior to her death, and he said it had left him unable to sleep properly for weeks.' GB News' Alice Porter reports on the inquest into teenager Molly Russell's death.
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‘The Government has clearly lost control of the economy…This is self-inflicted, this was made in Downing Street last Friday, and for what?’ Labour leader Sir Keir Starmer demands that Parliament be recalled to address the current financial situation.
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'After Brexit, the Bank of England were accused of being a little bit alarmist, they've been over cautious since.' Energy analyst Andy Mayer discusses the concern of interest rates 'spiralling out across the economy', following an intervention from the Bank of England.
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'Visitors can see Her Majesty's final resting place by looking into the annexe of the chapel.' GB News Royal Reporter Cameron Walker is at Windsor Castle, which will reopen to the public today for the first time since the Queen Elizabeth II's death.
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'It sets a precedence for people to use violent behaviour and commit criminal damage, and use human rights as a defence.' Broadcaster Liz Kershaw reacts to judges ruling that the toppling of Edward Colston's statue in Bristol is not protected by human rights.
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