(LONDON) #BrexitDay In Beginning …….BBC and other U.K. national broadcasters have been barred from recording PM Boris Johnsons message to the people and will issue an “address to the nation” on Friday, Jan. 31, to mark Britain’s exit from the European Union at 11PM #AceNewsDesk says

#AceNewsReport – Jan.31: But Johnson intends to break with a long-standing tradition by filming the message internally, and then distributing the recording to news outlets and publishing the message on social media: Previous prime ministers have used an established “pool” system where one broadcaster shoots the footage and shares it with other television networks.

Boris Johnson Shuts Out U.K. Broadcasters from #BrexitDay Message as BBC Braces For Funding Battle

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According to the Press Association, the BBC said it would make its own judgment on the “news value” of the address before deciding whether to air Johnson’s message: “There’s a long established process for recording statements by the Prime Minister at significant times where one broadcaster records it and shares the footage,” a BBC spokeswoman told PA.

“The BBC and the other broadcasters are well used to following this usual process, which respects our independence as broadcasters: “If Number 10 wants to supply its own footage, we will judge it on its news value when deciding whether to broadcast it, as we would with any footage supplied to us by third parties.”

The dispute follows a reported boycott by the government of the BBC’s influential morning radio news program “Today” and ITV’s “Good Morning Britain,” with no minister appearing on either since the election: Johnson has been outspoken about changing up the funding model for the BBC since his election campaign, when he first threatened to decriminalise payment of the BBC license fee, which supports the bulk of its programming budget.

According to the Financial Times, the government is planning to take its first steps in abolishing the criminal sanctions currently in place for non-payment of the license fee next week….

#AceNewsDesk report ………….Published: Jan.31: 2020:

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(LONDON) #BrexitDay UK to quit EU at 23:00, as PM promises ‘new dawn’ but this requires that divisions in England being healed and coming together of both sides BUT with Labour, Liberals and SNP against everything proposed and Scotland calling for #IndyRef2 and Northern Ireland proposing all sorts of moves it looks like a difficult job to bring a peaceful conclusion #AceNewsDesk says

#AceNewsReport – Jan.31: Prime Minister Boris Johnson will hail the “dawn of a new era” later, as the UK prepares to leave the European Union after 47 years: In a video message to be shown at 22:00 GMT – an hour before the official departure time – he will say Brexit is “not an end but a beginning”………….He will describe severing ties with the other 27 EU nations as “a moment of real national renewal and change”

#BrexitDay UK to quit EU at 23:00, as PM promises ‘new dawn’

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Little will change immediately, as the UK begins a “transition period”.……………Most EU laws will continue to be in force – including the free movement of people – until the end of December, by which time the UK aims to have reached a permanent free trade agreement with the EU.

Labour leader Jeremy Corbyn urged the country not to “turn inwards” and instead “build a truly internationalist, diverse and outward-looking Britain”

The Archbishop of Canterbury, Justin Welby, told BBC Radio 4’s Today programme: “We must be united in a common vision for our country, however great our differences on achieving it – a common hope for what we want to happen, and what we want to do in the years to come.”

Former Prime Minister David Cameron, who led the campaign to remain in the EU during the 2016 referendum, called it a “very big day for our country”, adding that he believed the UK could “make a success of the choice that we made”

And Brexit Party leader Nigel Farage said: “At last the day comes when we break free. A massive victory for the people against the establishment.”

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