Theresa May, President Trump, Macron discussed on Monocle 24: The Globalist

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He will see in this kind of handling that crisis reasonably. Well, what do you think has been the journey that the French electorate have been on since then with him when he didn't do that bad? I mean, if you compare with a few months ago, the yell of protests now is declining definitely. I mean, there are still those demonstration on Saturday, but they are less, and less relevant because less and less people take ball because my manage to give some answer to, to some of their request would this big national debates. Let's say now there is it's kind of a phase of a bit of uncertainty. I mean, everything seems to be moved quiet. But still again since this European vote will be an opportunity to express something. Then maybe you will realize that the problems are not resolved but so far. It's a the demonstration less. The violence is over. So somehow he managed to, to cool down the situation and to, to, to install some, some car, which was not the case since five five months looking beyond these European elections to win alternately. There's another presidential election. France g thank manual Macron is going to be a one term president. A certainly very much hoped to be a Twitter and president. And this is clear with the strategy with the in this election. Like for him the next step is also what happens with for the next election. And the sudden is a strategy of fame, like thinking of, what happens next and next being being a presence or flaws Peterman of Azules fronts, press. Thank you very much for joining us. Here's what else we're keeping an eye on on today's low blessed. Six people have died and two hundred injured in riots in Jakarta. Dozens were arrested during violence, which broke out following official confirmation that president Joko Widodo had been reelected, his opponent pro-serbian nto, alleged cheating, but independent observers said that the Indonesian election was fair. The Australian chancellor Sebastian Kurz will nominate a caretaker government today following the collapse of his coalition with the far-right Freedom Party, it's leader was caught on video. Arranging to trade public contracts for favors with a woman pretending to be a Russian oligarch court is called a snap election. But it could be replaced as chancellor, as soon as Monday when face a no confidence vote in parliament. So of the world's biggest shoe Browns have written to Donald Trump asking him to end his trade war with China Nike converse. And Dr Martin are among one hundred seventy three companies, which said the effect and console. Would be catastrophic and disproportionately affect those on lower incomes. This is the globalist. Stay tuned. Seven eleven in London, where Theresa May has given MP's what she described as one last chance to get Brexit done. But has it come to lace while she prepares for her fourth and probably final vote on the withdrawal agreements, this time the prime minister surprised or critics and opponents by telling MP's that if they backer, this time around, then they'll also get the chance to vote on holding a second referendum or Terry. St. ni is a political journalist joins me now to Amazon is just how significant this is Terry. Eight is very significant. I think probably not in the way that Theresa May would have wanted. She has in the speech yesterday offered what she called a ten point plan setting out all the compromises that she wanted to make over the withdrawal agreement, including as you say partly a compromise on temporary. Customs union, which is something that labor wanted talking about things like work because. Riots environmental protection trying to change things on the Northern Irish backstop. And then this possibility of parliament deciding whether to have a vote on the second referendum..

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