Jeremy Vine

Jeremy Vine


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How Labour could lose the election — come second — but still end up running the country: @5WrightStuff  #GeneralElection2019 

Lovely to have Bishop Rose Hudson-Wilkin with us @BBCRadio2  today — and to see the new @DoverBishop  singing when I played @labisiffre . She did a great #WhatMakesUsHuman :

Almost as exciting as the election — the safe cycle path in West London known as #CW9  is about to be built. Really! The diggers are revving. Cyclists may only have segregation on <1% of London's roads, but — as you see from this parked truck in W4 — sadly nothing else works. g

Fascinating from @YouGov . Their latest MRP poll shows a change from their last one in November — basically a shift away from the Conservatives. These seats *were* put in the blue column but are now marked as red — most of them Labour holds. Great news for Labour if so.

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Trying it out ... and it's working

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Q. How many 93-year-olds can silence a crowd of 50,000 people seventy years younger? A. Just the one.

Is throwing it back in justified? RT for YES Like for NO

This ... is incredible. American televangelist Kenneth Copeland never foresaw that buying a private jet with money raised by his church would prompt difficult questions. Reporter does an AMAZING job. The man actually looks unhinged.

Boris Johnson has refused to follow the other six leaders who have taken part in the leader interviews @BBCRadio2 . His staff constantly told my producers — until this morning — that he was "very likely" to come on. Today we were told he couldn't, and no reason was given.

This is really strange. Donald Trump announces that he is "building a wall in Colorado, a really big one, that you can't get over, you can't get under." But Colorado has no border with Mexico. WATCH THE PRESENTER'S REACTION!

Great lesson for interviewers, this — the question so open, and so lethal

My colleague Sir John Curtice has a brain the size of Cornwall. But he also has the ability to make things really, really simple (this is unusual). So take a look at what he thinks this election is all about, because this clip makes it all clear:

This graphic is insane. I keep staring at it and thinking there must be something wrong. The gap between people in the poorest parts of Britain, and the richest. (via )

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