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I wonder whether the BBC reporter wasn't confused in his/her transcription. Although far from elegant, it actually makes sense if you keep the words as they are and juggle the punctuation:

"In politics, at the top, you get used to the periodic storms, and I don't for a moment, incidentally, underestimate the volume of this one. And whilst you, and perhaps more accurately me, are in the eye of it, it can be hard to stay calm as it rages, but however buffeted, it should not change our course or our confidence."

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