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"barnaby  joyce" Discussed on Between The Lines

Between The Lines

04:27 min | 5 months ago

"barnaby joyce" Discussed on Between The Lines

"But the point is, I think that there's this question about whether the Morrison government deserves to be reelected, you know, there's many people who'd say no, but of course the other question is whether the Labor Party deserves to be elected or whether it's just a kind of question of getting there by default. And at the moment, I think, you know, the global party just relying on the fact that the Morrison government is increasingly popular, but whether that will be enough come may I just think it's going to be a very, very hard question. And the federal coalition, they can't really afford to lose a single seat Jaclyn. What do you make of Morrison's time in office and his prospects? I mean, you've got to say it's been probably a middling prime ministership at best in the sense. I mean, how do you judge these things? Do you judge them by the legacy of the prime minister? And I mean, the prime minister gave an interview to Debra snare in our papers just a few weeks ago saying that he's not interested in a legacy. So which begs the question what is he interested in? What did he seek power for? Why did he want the top job? And I think, you know, the conditions of the pandemic have meant that a lot of the rest of the government has fallen away in a sense. And although they've been various scandals and controversies about pork barreling in various other ministries. And I suppose barnaby Joyce makes headlines every now and then it's really the focus on Morrison has been probably greater than in previous governments just because the pandemic has all been about been all about the leadership of the premiers. And the prime minister. So people will be scrutinizing Scott Morrison very closely and if he's not interested in legacy..

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With Djokovic’s Status in Limbo, So Is the Australian Open

AP News Radio

00:44 sec | 5 months ago

With Djokovic’s Status in Limbo, So Is the Australian Open

"Tennis tennis star star Novak Novak Djokovic Djokovic Justin Justin awaiting awaiting a a government government decision decision on on whether whether he he can can stay stay in in Australia Australia I'm I'm playing playing the the Australian Australian Open Open the the number number one one ranked ranked tennis tennis style style remains remains in in limbo limbo waiting waiting to to hear hear the the final final decision decision on on whether whether he he will will be be deported deported from from Australia Australia for for not not being being vaccinated vaccinated tennis tennis project project which which had had his his visa visa cancelled cancelled on on arrival arrival in in Melbourne Melbourne when when his his vaccination vaccination exemption exemption was was rejected rejected however however he he wanted wanted legal legal battle battle on on procedural procedural grounds grounds that that allowed allowed him him to to stay stay in in the the country country immigration immigration minister minister Alex Alex Hawke Hawke is is deciding deciding whether whether to to allow allow him him to to stay stay since since his his visa visa was was reinstated reinstated at at here here in in the the week week Australian Australian deputy deputy prime prime minister minister Barnaby Barnaby Joyce Joyce believes believes exceptions exceptions shouldn't shouldn't be be made made to to the the vast vast majority majority of of Australians Australians said said I I didn't didn't like like the the idea idea that that

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"barnaby  joyce" Discussed on Rear Vision

Rear Vision

05:16 min | 6 months ago

"barnaby joyce" Discussed on Rear Vision

"I think that tells against them. In February 2018, barnaby Joyce resigned the party leadership in disgrace after acknowledging that he was in a relationship and expecting a child with a former staffer. But after a second challenge to lead a Michael McCormick in June this year, he returned as party leader and Australia's deputy prime minister. So one of the things to understand about the country party in the national party is that they have had the most stable leadership of political parties in Australia. Incredibly. Long, long periods of leadership by political giants, really ill Paige, John mcewen, dug into the and so on. And even though the time frame of leaders has diminished, the leadership transitions have generally been handled quite well. So the barnaby Joyce turbulence is very unusual for the nationals and very unusual for them to be so much in the news. Normally, they're a bit of a side note in media. His restoration represents another particular aspect of the national party. It's very important politically for the nationals to be seen as fighting the good fight and standing up to the liberals and standing up for rural areas. And that's what barnaby represents. He is a master of the populist rhetoric. Sometimes it's quite hard to actually work out what it is he's saying, but the way he speaks speaks to his audience, the audience that he has. What are the future for the nationals? Representation in federal parliament has come back from the low point in the 80s and 90s when it got down to around 12 seats. They now back up to what I would consider to be round about their geographic limits at the national level. You know, that's round about the 16 seats that touch above 10% of seats. And that they achieve with a roundabout 6 and a half, 7% of the national vote. But they seem to me to be at their limit. It's very hard to see what additional seats they could win back with the possible exception of something like bob catas seat. If he ever chose to retire and there was no family successor, for example, to his seat, they could win back Kennedy right up in north Queensland. But at the same time, the seats they still hold in northern New South Wales will be eroded over time by demographic change. So it's very hard to see that they would achieve much. Its demise has been predicted since 1922. So it's a very brave person who says that the national party is not going to survive. But I think we're beginning to see more farm groups being outspoken on climate change. We are also beginning to see a lot more connection being made between the national party and the non agricultural rural activities like the coal industry, for example. We've seen some very effective rural independence in the past. And I think we're beginning to see more of that. So I'm not prepared to predict their demise, but I think they're probably facing a few more challenges now than they were several decades ago. I think it will continue on in some shape or form. But I think unless it starts moving with the times, it's really going to be just a little rump in the parliament. Political parties are very careful about what their membership is. They don't trumpet it. But the farmers for climate action now has 6000 farmer members. And 20,000 supporters of farmers for climate action. Now that I would gather is way more than the national party membership. I be happy to be proven wrong if someone wants to come out and confirm their membership. But that is a significant chunk of support of people who are backing action on climate change in order to make farmers jobs a little easier and a bit more seamless in terms of the way we knit with global policy. And if the national party is a fraction of that will, what does it say for where the original constituency lies? I think that they've got to answer these questions as they move forward. Otherwise, it just becomes a sort of personality rebel. Gabriel Chan, the author of rusted off, why country Australia is fed up. Thanks to her and my other guests, Linda bottle and Jeff cockfield, the editors of the national party, prospects for the great survivors, and Frank Bond journal head of the history department at the Australian national university. Isabella tropiano is the sound engineer for this revision, I'm from Kerry Phillips. You've been listening to an ABC podcast, discover more great ABC podcasts, live radio and exclusives on the ABC listen app..

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"barnaby  joyce" Discussed on Hack

Hack

07:01 min | 8 months ago

"barnaby joyce" Discussed on Hack

"This is an abc. Podcast the vein about fourteen long and annoying years of politicians arguing and three prime ministers to get to the day when the government finally commits to some kind of climate policy target to get to nezira carbon emissions by twenty fifty for the last couple of weeks. We've been waiting to say the plan for how the government will get there while it argues a lot among itself and we went to get that but the pm got up and said i'll plan is actually based on the policies. We've already got there wasn't much that was new in it. Hello avenue dies. See and on these episode of hack. We're going to break down the government's net zero taga full. You will speak to administer about it as well and will he. What scientists and young people think about this so-called plan to deal with climate change for your future says is actually wynn bombs on triple j so in it's your target is what world latest heavy grade is how to deal with climate change and the devastating effects of it. It's basically balancing the scales so figuring out how to stop producing greenhouse gas emissions and taking the existing ones out of the atmosphere to get zero. Now the government is said. We'll do that by twenty fifty something. Lots of countries will already doing and today. It's put out. Its yet plan to do that. But it still includes coal a fossil fuel which makes climate change worse and there's no new investments in things like renewable energy komi. What do you think is this enough to deal with. Comet change one hundred five three six shalala madore reports. It was more highly anticipated than a new harry potter novel. But if you're hoping for wizardry and witchcraft from this new climate plan you'd be left wanting the new plan for twenty fifty is pretty much exactly like harold plan. He's prime minister scott morrison. It's about delivering results. Through technology not taxes it will not shut down a coal gas production or exports. It will not cost jobs not in finding farming monning guests. So how are we planning to. Achieve net zero. As emissions reduction minister angus taylor said there are few main elements. The first is through the government's existing technology roadmap which relies on what they say a low emissions technologies like gas hydrogen and carbon capture and storage. A largely unproven technology by the way loose plan is practically achievable pathway for australia to reach knits zero. Five twenty fifty. We'll drive down. Emissions bought forty percent. And then there's the contentious one offset that's way greenhouse emissions us still released but the balanced out with projects that draw emissions out of the atmosphere. We see gripe potential for the use of offsets whether it's in soil. Carbon land sequestration carbon capture and storage and high integrity offsets with their knives. He in the asia pacific carbon sequestration is using trees in the natural environment to suck up kaban in the air other countries use of sets too. But critics say it's a loophole that lets big. Polluters continue polluting. Offsets provide the opportunity to further reduce emissions by ten to twenty percent. The government said the plan for twenty fifty would create sixty two thousand jobs in mining and heavy industry. Though they haven't said how exactly they said. The plan will be reviewed every five years to that will monitor the socio economic impact airplanes. We like just be measuring. The fact that will be reducing emissions will be measuring the fact that we're creating jobs this twenty-fifty target might seem pretty momentous. First stralia because we've been debating it for so long. But as the leader of the grains adam band says other countries around the world have moved beyond it. Scott morrison is going to be laughed out of the room at glasgow. More than one hundred and forty countries have already increased their twenty thirty targets in the late up to glasgow because that's kind of the point of the conference in australia. We're hedging our bets. We will our commitment when it comes to out pledge that we might and took to the last election of twenty six to twenty percents. The pam says we weren't change twenty thirty target even though will achieve deepa cuts and we'll get it with emissions reductions. We believe about thirty five percent. Yes so we're expected to cut emissions by thirty to thirty five percent in the next decade. That's because of three reasons. Firstly it's because of renewable projects because regular folks are really into rooftop sola. I is the wrap it up type of renewables particularly sola in recent you so we will lead us on song one. In four houses. No other country in the world is at that level. Secondly australians have found their own ways to cut how much energy we use. Energy efficiency has played an important role role of business and households in driving energy efficiency using new and emerging technologies and then there's changes to lend us with scaled back on land clearing which means more trace to suck up carbon because the role that foam applied in that has a very significant contributions. All of this is going to cost a fair bit and it's not likely to be the end of it either. The pam signaled that there'd be more cash for the regions as we get closer to the election. Which has to happen by the middle of next year. Why so much cash for the regions you ask in one word politics within the coalition the nationals. We diligently went through the process as always said to make sure that it was something that was looked after regional areas a few members of the national party who largely represent regional electorates oxo kane on net zero until today that included the leader of the nets. Who's also the deputy prime minister. Barnaby joyce we're not in the liberal party room in the nationals room and we will make a national decision and we won't to be held hostage to what other people may wish it's fair to say that labor in the grains aren't too impressed by the government's emissions plan which they say is lacking in detail and ambition the labor's waiting till after glasgow to release. Its own plan. So we're not quite sure what's in that either of in more detail. Fortune cookies than the document released by the government. Today government has had close to nine years to tell the country how it's going to cut pollution and on the eve of the most critical con summit. We've had for very long time. They can't do it hat on triple game tomorrow with that story. A lot of people getting in touch bobbio in brisbane says bloody hell. This plan wouldn't even get a pass in year eight geography someone else. We need to adopt regenerative agriculture yet. Text meal thoughts. What do you think of the government's plan to get to know zero by twenty fifty. Do you feel like it's enough to deal with climate. Change four three nine seven. Five seven triple five. Let's talk to someone from the federal government. Now tim wilson is the assistant.

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"barnaby  joyce" Discussed on Hack

Hack

07:55 min | 9 months ago

"barnaby joyce" Discussed on Hack

"And on these episode the clearest signals we've had yet that the government will commit to net zero carbon emissions by twenty fifty to deal with climate change. We're going to talk about that issue. And why some members of the nationals who will also in government a publicly fighting on this issue and if your favorite sports team was being funded by an organization responsible fa- some horrific abuses. Would that make you go for now. The tame on these podcasts. We're going inside. Australian salko football. We're gonna find out who's behind some of your favorite teams. I think you will be surprised by some of the answers. Plus the young people who was saved in the pandemic by bed watching nationals leader barnaby joyce has rejected polls strong for emissions reductions targets on trivia. Jack as a journalist right now it feels like they're a to never ending stories covert obviously and whether or not the australian government will commit to a net zero target on climate change. We've been talking about it for months. Members of the government publicly arguing over it again now there are reports the prime ministries came to announce it before the world's next big climate change conference in glasgow in a month the other party. That's also in the government the nationals said to be holding back that commitment though because they're pretty divided on this issue going to speak to one of those members soon charlotta. Has this story. we are already We could be in even earlier. I think that's the statement of the prime minister. That's the deputy. Pm and nationals leader. Barnaby joyce on abc radio last week. He's talking about the climate change. Target of net zero missions by twenty fifty saying he's potty ease into the id but not at the expense of regional coal producing areas. Oh i have to explain to my colleagues. Have to explain that we don't have that. We have net zero losses in regional areas. We have net zero losses in muscle broke in the same in central queensland that we put out economy at threat the government which is made of the liberal and national parties still hasn't officially committed to target. There's a push to make it happen in the next few weeks. But just those comments from barnaby joyce plus a spate from the treasurer josh freudenberg about the economics of net. Zero are enough to start a new war inside the nationals. Taty room not same. My of and says he's gonna fight todd against net zero and resources minister case. Kit has talked about the impact on some industries about a number of discussions only across industry and agriculture and resources with many others very very concerned. It's all too much drama for some people in the potty nationals. Darren chestha has decided to take a break from his own team for a while. Because he says it's to dysfunctional was unsupported in trying to Motorized try needs a strong voice but it needs to sensible voice and they'll probably has responsibility and watkinson and my frustration has been. There are some who want to push very hard rock when your gender which is not something uncomfortable with labor leader. Anthony albanesi reckons. The government should just make it happen already if scott morrison and just friday the really think that zero. It's such a good idea. Why get on and do it. I mean enough speeches. Enough sound grabs enough positioning chinese the policy of the country. This is all coming to a head now because we're about a month out from the glasgow climate summit. It's the really big deal. These is the conference where all the countries around the world get together to work out how they're going to stop. Climate change as part of that h country has to set its own targets how much they'll lower their emissions by scott morrison. Who's been calling lots of pressure from allies if you want to see australia. Come to glasgow with more ambitious target. And today he even hinted that he might not attend the conference in person so prime minister should attend the glasgow conference and he should represent australia. If he doesn't it's because he's embarrassed about australia's australia's position study hasn't increased our target since it was set in two thousand fifteen. It's twenty six to twenty eight percent reduction by twenty thirty professor. Ken bolden is zero. Carbon energy expert at and he says australia's target for twenty thirty is considered soft compared to our international friends accepted destroyers laying behind with us twenty thirty times. The climate scientists agree that to stop the worst of catastrophic climate change. We need to not put any extra greenhouse gas emissions into the atmosphere by twenty fifty. That's zero is but that's not a switch we conflict ivan. I'd and preveza baldwin. Says it's cheaper to start that process now so by reducing emissions early. You actually give yourself a bit a chance to more economically make targets in the twenty fifth time crime than if you lived until loss minute. There's one area where us doing really well. And the government loves to talk about and that ease. Renewable energy professor bolden ricans. That's despite the political infighting that's happening yes. We are absolutely leading world in this energy transition but we could do it foster and we could do it earlier one of the things that is getting in the way. This is government policy certainty. Some politicians in the nets have been calling agriculture to be excluded from a net zero target. Because it is really difficult to curb emissions that a largely caused by animals. Begging the professional says climate change really work like that. The planet actually doesn't kit with the to come and stronger with a me thing. Come strong or in any of the greenhouse gases come from so excluding one sick to or another makes absolutely no sense we should be reducing emissions it. Every sick as much as we possibly can listening to hack on triple j joe lhota with that story. I'd love to know your thoughts. Are you living in original area. Do you feel about the government potentially committing to nazi-era without affect your job over three nine seven five seven triple five text in from people in the country because the nationals you represent them are in the government with the liberal party and they're still pretty divided on whether they'll support net zero by twenty fifty. Let's speak to. The party's deputy lleida and the federal agricultural minister. David little proud. Thanks for coming back on. Hack your thanks for having me every monday members of the nationals mate to your policy on all kinds of issues. What did you talk about today in. Regards to nazi-era firstly. We need to talk about what happens. Inside that saudi rimet sacrosanct. But obviously and that goes for all parties and i think that that time he said this is top of the democratic process where there are divergent. Views that you've obviously seen public expression now. We're obviously what. I have the sanctity that room to be able to work through issues but we respect to where we at the moment. Let me tell you. We still don't have what that technology pathway plan is and what it is. That's when the national taty will or microphone. Tim nice but i think there is a pragmatism. They to understand. Hey we have. We can achieve net zero by twenty fifty or earlier and had that can be done and who pays for it. And that's that's the most important thing is that you think anyone will think to look people square in the eyes and tell them how are we going to get the and who's gonna pay for it and if you can't do that then really it's nothing more than a platitude and if you look through there's about one hundred thirty countries at the end up to net zero by twenty fifty now only fourteen or side can tell you how to get the so stride does have a record of making indicting its commitments and i think if we want to have international standing but more important. I think the government of australia whether they all the other mall should look these giant people.

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"barnaby  joyce" Discussed on Hack

Hack

07:19 min | 11 months ago

"barnaby joyce" Discussed on Hack

"These issues in my life prime minister. But you'll colleagues who are on the conservative side of politics like the neath wells environment minister matt. Cain today he he sort of took a swing at your government and and that exact sentiment that you've just told us about. He said that complaining. It's too hot. He's notice solution. And it's a cop out to not come up with a plan. what do you think of. What's his plan to plan. What does it look the new south wales government. Scientists have criticized it. They've said you know they're out coal mines opening but they do have a plan in regards to energy. So so what is your plan. I mean you'll we pay you come up with plans right well. I'm gonna answer both the questions. I'm not going to avoid them but first of all matt. Cain has said that He thinks that you know we just got to tie. What is matt canes plan if you ask them that question goes i bet you you just got songs and crickets because they tell you how they gonna get they just tell you i want to arrive at and it ain't that simple you've got actually to be honest the people explain how the gonna get the otherwise people later on when you actually choice. You'll you're a government. Member passed in the country. It's your job to listen to experts in. Come up with that plan for us. Look doesn't think of myself as a second most powerful person myself as analysis and and doing my job in very lucky to have the got better tell you we don't actually come up with plants we come. We implement plans that are delivered to us by people vastly more competent than we are listening to those people. There's expert exce- arm no expert in thermodynamics. I'm no expert and soils odds. I'm no expert in the whole issue of atmosphere atmospheric science. So i will definitely listen to the table and i say okay. This is how we get twenty fifty. This is what we need to do. Then i have something substantial to go back to your listeners and say this is intended to clarify just for audience. So you don't have a plan from those experts at this state. I mean what is the issue that stopping you from committing to zero at stage. You're saying that you need the plan. So so what. Are you doing to get that plan. We've met every target estrus. Good nice and you gotta remember. China's not john. It's kind of to meet more Emissions than all the other the countries combined and you know china. Australia is doing scientists. Say we need to do albeit as well. We are lodge and we one of the loss countries to not commit to nazi-era suggest to clarify main you trying to seek out this plan to then eventually commit to nazi-era and how long will that take china. India russia not actually committing to anything again to emit more than every all the other areas eight countries combined. Australia is good country. We might we might commitments and make them in all the commitments. That have we have might. We have met and beat volume. Will you eventually commits an i. Once you get this plan that you came speaking of we have met and we've met and bait all their commitments and we've done that with a plan so when the relevant people with with the with the requisite skills who have vastly smarter than than than i am come forward with a site with a plan inside these to how we intend to what you want to eat. Then i can come back on your show and have a discussion about about it. But otherwise i mean i'll put a curse view. What's the plan. Look it's not my job to come up with the plan. It's your job. But i what i what i do. Young people telling us barnaby joyce what young people telling us is that they're concerned about the inaction from your government the planet that they're gonna inherit the economic cost without action on climate. Change the cost to young farmers in the regions. Your electric. what year are present. But also the cost in terms of extreme weather. I don't wanna be leaving three more fires and floods and so on. That's what they're telling us so. So are you worried about the cost of inaction. I'll give you a plan brought. Give you plan saying that any plan will do. I'll give you plan. We can shut down sitting. Have abridge the mta the and mandal electric cars and sydney that as a plant. It's gonna reduce missions. Do you want that. Are you prepared to say yeah. I'll do that. It's not up to me. it's up to you. I mean is that what the scientists asking you what the situation is just giving up giving you a plan and clearly built at that. Any plan is not good enough. You've got to come up with the right plan because if you get the wrong one all your listeners. Live in sydney would say y. You're better off. We're not doing that day for you. Gotta tell people exactly what your plan is before sedan. They throat because otherwise. I'll just come back into the belt. It'd be joyce joyce the experts have been telling you what to do for decades. All it needs is your government to bloody implemented. What is it came from collingwood joyce we do need to move on in a second but You know we've been talking about the climate change situation As well as what's going on in afghanistan at the moment and you'll nationals colleague. Matt kinda then he tweeted. Does anyone know whether the taliban will sign up to net zero. Is that an insult. Not only to the people of afghanistan but also young people. Australians in general who are really worried about climate change will let's let two issues Completely naturally different and you shouldn't be putting the two issues together. The issue of afghanistan's a title tragedy. We got people a woman they are going to get. Right we have gills are gonna be sold with prosecution. We've got people who have been at odds. Gouged out shot arbitrarily dayton And and for australia forty neatly forty thousand. Australians served in afghanistan and forty one killed more with mind and other people psychologically affected and families broken up so the afghanistan thing is to be saying entitled and not a selection and. that's exactly where else they and what's happening now afghanistan. We go to help those people who are refugees. We gotta look after them. We gotta look after the people who helped us and we've got a really big jaw because this is this isn't absolute tragedy on that. Obviously you know. I think a lot of people agree that this is a tragedy. What do you think of your call aig. Tweeting something like that. In light of of what's going on love saved my comments. I don't agree with the two. She's been put together and talk totally different than it should not be and showed it not being mixed up and your views on one. You can have a debate on one. You gotta have absolute empathy Sympathy and action and looking out for the people in afghanistan that's completely awfully tissue and the of of said that basically every market type around the nation barnaby joyce really appreciate your time and chatting to young australians here on hack absolute place. Love doughnut tax fashionable based days is completely tied.

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"barnaby  joyce" Discussed on Hack

Hack

07:03 min | 11 months ago

"barnaby joyce" Discussed on Hack

"Bad effects of carbon. Yeah we just said out loud. I outlined the by indigenous latest. So what has gone wrong in terms of the lack of vaccines being rolled out to regional and remote areas. At the thomas thing there was a hesitancy. We're trying to deal with that. One of the classic examples of the hesitancy was the rhetoric. Those all frantic streisand. I mean it's got a risk. It's one in a million and i wanted a millionaire. You got about thousand times. And we'll chancing loft during in a car accident and that vaccine is available. We are rolling out now that one one half one point. Three million back Vaccinations a week. we're picking it up in certain indigenous eras. We got further to go. And whitney south wales. Yeah we've we've got probably some of the communities on the remote communities d- stop from a of rabbit full percent so we are picking up now just even for the role flying doctor service as i speak and they just want one. Delivery mechanism is about seven thousand vaccines. We just live to just to to them to get out to the really remote. Communities in areas such as Walcott blur now. We've got teams dying in there. Trying who sort of basically take take the. Take the fought to the area against the the covered pathogen and and make sure that we get we to very best to keep table ryan payable aboriginal people from getting sick. And yeah you you mentioned the hesitancy which is obviously such a big issue that we've heard about wanna put this question to you from james In bangalore he says does barnaby. Joyce still believe george christianson should be. I would say whatever he likes on any topic no matter how much potential damage michael is in georgia. Nsen is in your parties and nationals gamba. And he said you know the that lockdowns in mosques don't work which is just completely untrue. What are you doing to deal with that issue. Well i don't agree with what he said. either. I mean it'd be in in parliament parliament. You don't have the right to go to someone say you are longer. Let's talk about raising their elected. They have the authority from their electric decide. What they like and the people incorrect and he's a member of parliament of rind into that. He's just. I mean you're the leader of the party and he's a member of your party and someone that's spreading misinformation that's clearly damaging these rollouts which is something you know. Say whatever he wants and that has about effect so that at all i said what do you suggest to do. I mean i'm oh. I'm open to our dis head. Suggests we till a person who's afraid to say what they want What they cannot cannot say it means like someone you work of someone in your work place in someone like on the worksites the people listening to you and the officers for people listening to you at home listening to you. Someone in the family of the workplace start saying something that is wrong. What he taught him up tackle them did sell a type of math opening. Wh what do you suggest we can do is rely on the the ability. That's given to you between the two ease to make your own mind up. And here's something wrong guy. He and i agree with you. And someone who is such a prominent prominent position that is actually spreading this misinformation. You know. I'm not allowed to send me information. You're not meant to say it either. I mean it's it's obviously damaging the nation. So are you saying that you know which is going to have to resign to the fact that he will keep saying this kind of stuff. Well as i said. He has a law since two siree logs and your listeners. Have the brains to determine whether i agree with it or not and the vast boss boss majority thank. You have not thirty con. There's just not a lawyer. You calcutt business. I you and i longer to talk. You could try inside and you went inside you get staff with a like mate and you know what day right arm wrong. I have to deal with the cavs as adult me account. Assume that have got some authority in your work or other people's work like inside you if you say that again. I'll stack you but he doesn't actually work for me. He is employed by. He's electric and he's electric sauna at employment close every time there's an election and if they decide like any member of comment to employ him by voting for him dallies actually he's employ. He's employer right. Have you had a chat about it. Have you said you know maybe layoff saying this country. of course we have. Of course. I have a different opinion. An are express. It and i've expressed martini publicly and privately as i am. Now i'm telling you right now moscow. I'm telling you right now. Get yourself vaccinated. Because that is the best way to deal with the pathogen. Whether it's a pathogen and people with us a pathogen. I'm at the country and how we deal with diseases in cattle. It's quite simple. You get excited. And if there's an issue your light where the issue is to try and stop it spreading. And that's precisely what we do and i understand the frustration of able to feeling about being locked in i can absolutely and utterly get that and the sacrifice people have made but also completely otley believe in are key that they can listen message which is wrong and say. I don't agree with that show. I like your faith in the australian people. It's good to know you are listening to hack andrea fujii. We are talking to the deputy prime minister. Barnaby joyce let's talk about climate change hack convinced me on triple. Yeah baen sees one of the most powerful people ahead of the national potty and represents people in the regions. We're going to talk about climate change. Now you'd be across the report last week that if governments don't do anything about it then we're gonna face more extreme weather like floods fis droughts say level rises barnaby. Joyce today australia has been again cooled out by international community for being out of step with all the countries around the world when it comes to climate change. Do you support an zero target support as coming up with what we've got to do is understand the process. See if i was the site your listeners do believe ninety car. I mentioned ninety nine percent. Yeah sure and so two why sidewalk. So if i said great okay will nutcase also you one. It's a it's a heap of junk and it's gonna cost you seventy thousand dollars you say now. Hang on that wasn't the deal as hang on. You said you agree. You wanted to cow a here. It is he's car. And what i keep saying is give me the plan. Tell me exactly. Hey gonna do it. Because i have responsibility to your listeners. You'll to people originally i. This is what they want to achieve zero-emission spot hundred fifty and this had to do it because the people who say well hang on my. That's my job. Well they say that. 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"barnaby  joyce" Discussed on Hack

Hack

07:03 min | 1 year ago

"barnaby joyce" Discussed on Hack

"It's day two of dry july. So you're gonna give alcohol up the next month or you doing dryer july and trying to drink less this week. We talked about how you mates can factor into this. Some people worry about their friends judging them if they cut back on booze or how don't handle social situations if you like the only one soya ball. Have you had a really good experience quitting booze you have tepes handling the social side of things. Tell me about it. It'll help people who are on day two and maybe questioning their decision. One three hundred opel five three six or text me four three nine seven. Five seven. Triple five pack. Do you think alcohol while. I hang out with you guys. Do you think we can quit alcohol while we hang out with you. Food is probably easier than giving up alcohol. We came to hang out with people who life to do the same kind of stuff that way this side there's a controversy night tendency within griggs to reinforce similar behind us. And to sean behind these different for us is not giving up the booze. It's reflecting on what works for you. And what is a long term behavioral. Change that you can sustain if you've been drinking with you might say certain life for long periods of time and then you decide you wanna cut down bid trying to hang holding up near to them and saying you know on cutting down what you coming down so it can be a a challenge dislike. You don't have to decide to enjoy a non alcoholic you have to be taking the entire month off to improve your relationship with alcohol on triple j. Yeah we talked about this question on. Triple j hacks instagram today. Someone said i'm doing driver. July where i must always be able to legally drive off to drinking and allows me to still enjoy drink keeps it in moderation and also saves me money. Someone else said. I now get full packs instead of seeks baby steps. You're listening to hack entrepreneur j. It's the shakeup charlie mcgee. You're not a big drinker. Why do you think people can be so judgy when you make that choice. Go so about oh. I'm not really a drinker at all anymore. I'm on a. I'm on natural hodge alive being just like no substances at all but You know like growing up in a country town. I guess that was that pressure to like drinking. You know get on with you. Might because that's the only that was like the only way that the culture in my town sort of had to enjoy ourselves and you know after giving the go in the end of high school and you know when i was eighteen. Nineteen just kind of got boring really quick and but it was still that pressure there to you know. Keep on keeping up with the crowd. And eventually yeah. I had to do that. Thing rose this right. I go to prioritize my long term health. And what do i really want out of life over these guys who might not even be seeing next year because i'm gonna union whatever And just sort of made the call and it was a tough situation and you know maybe a little bit of a little bit of an outsider for all but still had some friends in there who will like you know what guys onto it and and kind of kind of went along with me so it was good in that way. I didn't have to kind of get rid of my friend group but actually brought a few people over to the dry side as you know some people say oh i can have fun if i'm so like how do you say it. Can you still have a great social life without booze. Are you having a terrible time. Well i have a bedtime especially the next day than most people who drink that. I know and you know played in the band for ten years. And we'd do gigs and after like when you're doing gigs. Every night of the week you can't get on a every night because you've literally got to perform and so we'd be drinking water on stage and we found that a lotta that crew that coming down every friday. Not we're actually they just for the music. They weren't that he get smashed. And the pob hit us. Something like hey you guys grinding attractive crab but but can you. Can you encourage you credit. Drink more like this is what is a bet that making money and people actually need to spend money and still have a dance. Yeah your dry july. How's it going two days in. Well i'm a hundred percent success rate like probably vice. But i give myself a caveat If i do have a day like a social event or something a bit more than the ordinary i just tack day onto the end so my jiji line ends up ending about the fourth of august. Usually yeah right that's i. Don't you know it's giving you that flexibility. Because i think a lot of people are really intimidated by the thirty one days. And if they sleep up they go. Oh well oh well on day three and then they just continue drinking but that that system kind of gives you the the whole pass and then let's you carry on. Yeah and i think the thing. Yeah when you know you can't do something it's like when you suddenly announced comedy if you can't scratch or you you don't wanna eat chocolate. It's like the only thing you think about right. If you know you've got a bit of reasonableness in it then That helps and i think it is getting a little easier because it's becoming more and more like july in particular becoming more and more associated with you know taken a little bit of time for Physical mental health around alcohol. So it's it's got quite a high profile now and a lot of people are quite accepting when you just give out dry july. Excuse if you're out at the Yeah that'll become more of a thing Mickey you've called in. What's your experience pain. Yeah i did. I dry and i really enjoyed it and i really recommend it to anyone what did you. Yeah what did you get out of it. Better sleep or more money or what was it. i think ultimately i mean you've fundraising for really worthwhile. 'cause you're that's the plus and also i think in In australia we really. I guess underestimate or not so popularized the idea of The impact of alcohol on your cat series. And i think as i've taken care of and about my health That's become really important to me so it was. You know in wanting to do something in an old side just being conscious of kind of the impact of drinking on my interactions with other people and with a lot. Easier than i thought it. The big Are you gonna do it again. The you maybe dia july wages. I think it definitely made me more conscious of You know the right of consumption about home As a whole are houses. You to reflect on your inhabits for sure. Yeah well thanks so much for calling in. You're listening to hack on triple j mccormack. I'm joined by claire. Armstrong and charlie mcgee. It's the shakeup on the triple. J tech sign michael from camera. You say gonna try dry july for the first time sam looking forward to it and have no doubt is going to be hard but feel like i need to break up with alcohol. It's toxic relationship. Charlie does seem like there's been a rise in people being sober curious if that's a more non alcoholic bs and options how you found the attitudes towards drinking change. The posses claire just mentioned. How saying you doing dry.

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"barnaby  joyce" Discussed on The Iron Fist and the Velvet Glove

The Iron Fist and the Velvet Glove

02:59 min | 1 year ago

"barnaby joyce" Discussed on The Iron Fist and the Velvet Glove

"Of all the different things that i'm subscribing. Let's system of ended up working and there are free versions of feed readers around. This one cost me. i think. Four or five dollars a month but works really. Well so so yeah. I recommend that sort of thing. So when you go to put an emphasis emphasized together you just collect four or five articles and just send them to the guys so yes so. I'm always i've to running would documents. Which about two hundred pages long now. It's yes so. I've got a running. Would documents are just just creates that document every week and just keep pasting stuff into the. And if the guy's twenty four hours just send it to them and say this is what we're gonna be talking and and easily with things like y'all highlighting their the bits that i've found that area interests i. So yes so. I've got that document now as every episode of evidence is sometimes i might think to myself. What was it story. We were doing like it might be on. Could nine virtually any topic. But have i ever spec nabet somalia and there's six results and in the whole six years. I can quickly fawn episode. That was side so basically throttling live document and incapable and allow can find it. And yeah. that's that's how trackers. I the news. Yeah yep yes sir. I just thought deals comment. What was i yes. So until says there barnaby joyce being elected as representative for women's article. Please discuss almost as good a saudi arabia being the visit. The united nations winds or human rights council. Chair the human rights council and things like that. Look through the nationals. Yes sorry have. You've been keeping up to date with matt hancock in the uk because you can draw parallels between what's been going on there and almost the reelection of barnaby joyce deputy pm was he involved in six scandal in his comeback. The second reincarnation not well no barnaby. Joyce is such that if you look at his track history. What he's done you know it's it's it's quite questionable yay barnaby. This guys just get away with anything died. I can just have a year or two in the wilderness and then comeback and bring people like bridget mckenzie back with them the nationals how they.

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"barnaby  joyce" Discussed on The Signal

The Signal

05:36 min | 1 year ago

"barnaby joyce" Discussed on The Signal

"So what is talking about when she says glasgow is the next major. Un climate change summit happening in november of this year in scotland. And there's a broad expectation that countries including australia Will commit to deeper emissions cuts that summit right and it somewhat depends on who you ask but there does seem to be an overall consensus from australia's political commentariat. That scott morrison is trying very gently to steer australia towards a net zero by two thousand fifty targets target that he's deeply unpopular in some pockets of his own party and to a much larger extent within the nets. In fact there was an awkward moment during a press conference. Marcin held with the british prime minister last week web. Boris johnson said australia already had committed to that target which isn't true and an australian journalist to their popped up to try to correct it only on the climate change admissions of the strategy. I think that Scott has Declared zero by By twenty fifty preferably. Which is a great steph. When you consider the assumption from boris johnson. Which technically did go uncorrected by. Scott morrison is thought to have fed into the perception within the nationals party room. That michael mccormack hadn't been getting the message across the knots. Mostly opposed the target and the days after a number of nationals. Came out to say that a net zero emissions target preferably by twenty fifty was not something they were on board with including national senate leader. Bridget mckenzie the national party is the second party in this. Coalition government has not signed up to net zero anything at any time and resources minister and queensland nationals mp case pick have not committed to that too nitty. I bought twenty fifty. That would require the agreement of the nationals. That agreement has not been racial all sore. So it's clearly a nerve and the whole issue is only going to get even more sensitive now with barnaby. Joyce coming in as deputy prime minister think about the electricity in some of these sates sates way people concerned about climate change. They liberal sates but there are strong concerns. That can win worth thinking. Trent zimmerman sate having the nationals. Go on about how amazing call is and how they don't want to commit to net zero emissions by twenty fifty or they're gonna crack it. That is not helpful for them. Sorry it is actually quite a problem. I think for the government that they have an emboldened new lleida. Who will fight on the s- turf. Now that's why he's also one internally because he he says he's going to go and he's going to muscle up to the liberals into scott morrison and really fought for the nationals positions on these things but that causes another political headache for the prime minister who has to go to glasgow and was hoping to have some sort of a promise but now i think would blow up the coalition if you look at the sort of statements made by k. Members of the coalition. And bobby joyce so yeah. This is actually gonna be really difficult one. For the prime minister to manage. He was trying to be the pragmatist. He As i say in his way toward some sort of position that neutralize the issue of emissions and now he's got be joyce deputy.

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"barnaby  joyce" Discussed on The Signal

The Signal

02:41 min | 1 year ago

"barnaby joyce" Discussed on The Signal

"Now. I think this is the killing season. We're about to go into the long parliamentary midwinter break. So it's kinda now and ever if you look at the win the election can happen. Which is the end of the year next year. So that these they conned of loss chance to do it without bending too close to an election and being really strange. I think michael mccoll. Mex- failure to articulate sort of the nationals view that the net zero emissions target of two thousand eight hundred fifty which the prime minister has been inching towards. He hasn't committed to it but inching towards and changing his rhetoric on. They wanted him to articulate a strong case against that. Now michael mccomb kind of has been saying some of these spot a. He doesn't have the political rhetoric skills of a bottom. Joyce and so they've exploited that issue and then the review kind of embarrassing moments for michael mccormack in the last week which i think are galvanized campaign against him. When he said he wanted to send moss into the inner city and he's from the moss plag- in a city apartment. That was pretty embarrassing. And it was just saying as trying to muscle up same like the big regional guy that can can really struck some lines actually missing them up. I live in a community way. Rates will boy moss and there is nothing worse than this stinks mosque. There is nothing worse than heading moist. Eighty a grind. There is nothing worse than having moss running raping around you pass around you randy factory and then we have of course vita the people for the ethical treatment of animals coming in on. Didn't he. Member for dc endorsing them sighing moist. The little curious creatures should be behind. Well i actually agree with paid. They should be rehired into the into the inner city apartment so that i can nibble away at the food and they faded scratch children that not and he lost the support of the party room because ultimately he just didn't he didn't resonate enough he wasn't firing and he was acting prime minister and i felt like he doesn't excite the nation having said that i always think it's really strange when they talk about how he doesn't accept the nation if you look at nationals. Latest warren trusts. I main sorry but not exactly the most charismatic guy in the room. even You know who else who else some. Yes mock vile people charisma but not much actually have been the only one that's been really colorful for years. Not ever up. But for years was actually be joyous so barnaby joyce he's been relentless in.

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"barnaby  joyce" Discussed on The Signal

The Signal

02:26 min | 1 year ago

"barnaby joyce" Discussed on The Signal

"There is mounting speculation that markle mccormack's ladyship over the national son to threat a number of media outlets reporting that a spill motion could be cold when the party meets in camera this morning escort portion my future and joins us now from parliament. House what we know about what happened at the party room meeting the we're out here in the cool is because there wasn't actually a spill motion foreshadowed before the national party. Room started into why we are waiting outside for interrupt. Just being told the barnaby. Joyce has one. That's come from source within the party. Room barnaby joyce will soon be sworn in as deputy prime minister of australia after winning the leadership of the nationals. In a very close contest in camera so first question is. Did you ever think that this day would come a ditch. I absolutely thought this day would come. I always thought that barnaby joyce would at some point returned to the nationals leadership and has happened sir barnaby joyce might say he was caught off guard by this moment evidenced by the fact that he left his hat at home yesterday but not so the host of the. Abc's are in drive program. Patricia velez couple of reasons for that. One of the reasons these it's been three years since he lost the leadership but i believe he never ever ever accepted that loss and he has been campaigning from the day. He lost the latest ship to regain the latest ship. He believes that Losing the lady was essentially on fair and has been agitating for return. Ever since the other reason. I believed it was going to happen. Was i do believe in many ways. Michael mccormack was the accidental lleida. He very much filed to excite the base or party room. He might a load of embarrassing mistakes that was seized upon by people who hated him in the nationals. And more broadly and that made it easier for barnaby joyce to eventually returned to the leadership. The other reason. I thought it would happen. Is because barnaby joyce ease actually quite a very persuasive political operator internally on i some people don't like him externally but internally he's very he's pretty savvy and.

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"barnaby  joyce" Discussed on WBUR

WBUR

04:29 min | 1 year ago

"barnaby joyce" Discussed on WBUR

"Is here for free, and I hope it will be the best election in our history. Considering going to drive by cease firing. There's no hunger integrate. There's a problem and the government is capable of fixing that. The Iranian president elect Ibrahim really see, has said that Iran's foreign policy will not be limited by the 2015 nuclear deal with world powers. In his first news conference since winning Friday's election, Mr Rossi said that the interests of the Iranian people would not be tied to that agreement. He also urged the United States to lift all sanctions on Iran. International election monitors say Sunday's parliamentary election in Armenia was well run. The team concluded that fundamental freedoms have generally been respected, but noted the campaigns intense polarization. The snap poll was won by a clear majority by the acting prime minister Nicole past union. He had called the election in an attempt to ease a political crisis caused after Armenia lost a war with Azerbaijan over Nagorno Karabakh. China's central bank says it's summoned a number of leading banks and financial firms to pressurize them to clamp down on Cryptocurrency trading. The People's Bank of China said Speculative trades in Bitcoin and other cryptocurrencies threaten financial stability and enable cross border money laundering. Four of the Simon firms said they would comply. Bitcoin plunged more than 10% in Monday trading. BBC news. Hello. I'm Razia Iqbal. Welcome to news from the BBC World Service. It comes to you live from our studios in central London. In a moment we'll be going to Ethiopia and talking about elections there. That's our top story. We'll also look at the plan to allow up to 10,000 Spectators into stadiums during the Tokyo Olympics. Contrary to the advice, advice of health experts and scientists, also in Australia, the climate skeptic Barnaby Joyce, is to return as the country's deputy prime minister after a leadership change. And Iran's president elect says the country's foreign policy will not be limited by the 2015 nuclear deal. With world powers. Lots coming up this hour to stay with us. We begin today with the Horn of Africa and Ethiopia, the continent's second most populous nation. It's difficult to say that today the country is going to the polls because it's not going to be a truly national vote. Twice delayed. Elections are taking place today because, but a series of major crises have thrown the vote into disarray, leaving millions unable to cast their ballots. Chief Among them is the seven month conflict between the Ethiopian army. Aided by neighbouring Eritrea and the Tigray People's Liberation Front. All sides have been accused of war crimes. And the U. N. Says there are famine conditions now inside to gray. The long heralded emergence of a multi party democracy began well, but it's stalled. Many opposition politicians are in jail and balancing in places where the opposition might have sway is being denied on security grounds. Prime minister. Abiomed once said his mother had prophecies that he would one day be King Today could be less election more a coronation. The UN's human rights chief, Michelle Bachelet, has highlighted ethnic tensions. Nearly 1/5 of the constituencies in the country are not taking part. Because of insecurity and irregularities. They include the whole of the Tigray region. Speaking in Geneva, Ms Bachelet said the volatile situation needed to be addressed. And called for political dialogue in many other parts of Ethiopia. Alarming incident of deadly ethnic and inter communal violence and displacement are linked to increasing polarization. About long standing grievances. The ongoing deployment of military forces is not a durable solution, and I encourage comprehensive a multidimensional dialogue throughout the country to address the real grievances, health The BBC's Catherine Piara. Hunger is in Abbey Ahmed's constituency in the aroma region and managed to put a few questions to the prime minister as he was casting his vote, including about hunger into gray and the involvement of Eritrea that He was surrounded by some pretty enthusiastic supporters. She asked him first. If these elections will be free and fair. You can see how it is unfair election. Everybody is here for free,.

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"barnaby  joyce" Discussed on WBUR

WBUR

02:34 min | 1 year ago

"barnaby joyce" Discussed on WBUR

"Coming up on crab science. Is the earth getting heavier or lighter scales? Unfortunately, don't come planet sized, so answering a question from David in Ghana may require some skill, after all, calculating the weight of the Earth is a huge task. But how would a planet gain or lose Mass, which tips the scales heavier from meteorites, falling or lighter from gases, escaping awaited debate coming up on crowd science after the news? BBC News with Chris Barrow. Ethiopians are voting in regional and parliamentary elections despite worsening ethnic tensions, along with conflict and hunger in the North. The polls were supposed to have been held in August but were delayed. Officials blamed the coronavirus pandemic You'd be the first test of the popular vote for the Ethiopian Prime minister, Abdi Ahmed. Who was appointed in 2018. The acting prime minister of Armenia Nicole Passion Union has declared victory after a parliamentary election calls to diffuse a crisis over the conflict with Azerbaijan. Initial results showed his party opening up a lead over a political bloc led by an ex president Robert Kocharian. His rivals says there's evidence of electoral fraud. Voters in France have delivered a rebuff to both president Macron and his far right rival Marine Le Pen in the first round of regional elections. Mrs Le Pen's party failed to make its predicted big gains, while the president's centrist party is at risk of dropping below the 10% threshold needed to take part in the second round. Mexico has extradited to the United States and alleged lieutenants to the jail drug Lord Joaquin El Chapo Guzman, Fernando Aral Jano Romero has been one of the U. S drug enforcement agencies most wanted suspects. The US has confirmed its border crossings with Canada and Mexico will remain closed to non essential travel for at least another month. Restrictions were imposed in March last year. Australia's National Party, the junior partner in the federal government coalition has selected a new leader. Barnaby Joyce was restored to the role of Australia's deputy prime minister. And the New Zealand weightlifter Laurel Hubbard is set to become the first transgender athletes to compete at the Olympics. She was named in the women's team for the Tokyo Games. BBC news. So what you're thinking. Well,.

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"barnaby  joyce" Discussed on WBUR

WBUR

10:13 min | 1 year ago

"barnaby joyce" Discussed on WBUR

"That we won a convincing victory in the elections, and we have a convincing majority in Parliament. The people of Armenian Express themselves and the meaning of that choice is clear. The most important issue on our agenda is our resistance. Peace in our region and to open a time of peaceful development for our people, His rivals say there's evidence of electoral fraud. The National Party of Australia, the junior partner in the federal government coalition has selected a new leader, Barnaby Joyce, was restored to the role of Australia's deputy prime minister after the vote by party MPs. Mr Joyce resigned Three years ago, We made a scandal over a relationship with the former employee. The nationals traditionally draw their support from Australia's farmers. Many of them are uncomfortable with suggestions the Liberal Party of the Prime minister Scott Morrison, will shift its policy on climate change. Voters in France have delivered a rib after both president Macron and his far right rival Marine Le Pen in the first round of regional elections. Mrs. Le Pen's National Rally party failed to make its predicted big gains, while the president's centrist party is at risk of dropping below the 10% threshold needed to take part in the second round. Early results put the main center right party, the Republicans in front with about 27%. World News from the BBC. Mexico has extradited to the United States, an alleged key figure in the Sinaloa cartel said to be lieutenant to the jail drug Lord Joaquin El Chapo Guzman. Fernando Aral Jano Romero, also known as El Rio, has been one of the U. S Drug Enforcement Administration's most wanted suspects. He faces drug trafficking charges in Texas. U. S. Investigators accuse him of providing security for the transportation of drugs and participating in multiple homicides and kidnappings. He was arrested in 2012 in Sudan. Ha rez. United States has confirmed that its land and ferry crossings with Canada and Mexico will remain closed to non essential travel for at least another month. The restrictions have been in place since March last year because of the coronavirus pandemic. They had been due to expire on Monday. The New Zealand weightlifter Laurel Hubbard is set to become the first transgender athletes to compete at the Olympics. The country's Olympic committee has named her as part of the women's team for the Tokyo Games. Phil Mercer reports from Sydney Laurel Hubbard competed in men's events before transitioning in 2012. Will represent New Zealand at the Tokyo Olympics in the women's super heavyweight category. A team official said Gender identity in sports was a highly sensitive issue that required a balance between human rights and fairness on the field of play. The bid selection will disappoint those who believe she has an unfair advantage over her weight lifting rivals. The Chilean Football Federation has announced it will find some of its players taking part in the Copper America competition in Brazil for breaking coronavirus restrictions. It follows reports that local hairdresser was called to the team's hotel in the city of Queer Bar in contravention of bubble rules. And that's the latest BBC news. You're listening to the newsroom from the BBC World Service with me, Joe limit is 36 GMT Welcome We begin in Ethiopia, where voting has just begun in national and regional parliamentary elections. It's the first test as developed box for Prime Minister Abe Ahmed since he was appointed in 2018. He won the Nobel Peace Prize the following year. But a large part of the country won't be participating in this election because of security and logistical reasons, including the eight month conflict in Tigre. We can speak now Live to Cal Cardin. You able to tell who is in the Ethiopian capital Addis Ababa Kaleka done to what extent is this election being overshadowed by the conflict, integrate? Very much So indeed, uh, For one thing there is there is not going to be an election integrate. They have been postponed indefinitely for another. There have been growing calls on the government to resolve that issue. They are also conflicts in different places across the country, not only the gray and they have been Nicole from international lectures and some Ethiopian activists for the government to sit down with some of these actors involved within this conflicts and try to solve these issues. India log, but the country is going ahead with this election now. The Prime Minister Abdi Ahmed. He's been in office for three years. What is he offering in this election to the electorate? But at this very moment, one of the key the key campaigning issues is security and essentially the very existence of the country. The conflict integrate is raging for eight months as you said, and in the largest region in Oromia, there have been quite a number of insurgent movements and and violent incidents as well. More than two million people have been displaced by conflict. And there are fears among many that the the country might be going into disintegration. So the government is pledging that they are going to solve the security crisis and bring everybody together and keep the country intact. Um will it be a free and fair election and will there be any independent election observers? There have been controversies about the election. One of the independent observers expected what then was the European Union, but earlier they withdraw from from from attending the these elections. But there are other elections, particularly from the US and the African Union is also observing this election. But whether it will be friends there, we will have to wait and see when the results come and whether there are any allegations of fraud. Thanks, Calculon. That's Calculon. You able to tell who is live for us in the newsroom program in Addis Ababa in Ethiopia? In just over a month, the Olympics will open in Tokyo. Now one of its competitors is set to make history. The New Zealand weightlifter Laurel Hubbard will become the first transgender athletes to ever compete at the Games. After her selection for Tokyo was announced on Monday. I spoke to our correspondent Phil Mercer and asked him for more details about Laurel Harbert. She competed in men's events before transitioning in 2012, and she'll represent New Zealand at the Tokyo Olympics in the women's super heavyweight category. Now the head of New Zealand Olympic Committee, Karen Smith said that Hubbard was among the world's best Her teammates do consider her to be a genuine prospect of winning a medal in Japan. And the New Zealand official did say that gender identity in sports was a highly sensitive and complex issue, and it was a balance between human rights and sporting fairness and Laurel Hubbard. According to New Zealand team officials will be welcomed into the fold, especially after suffering a very serious injury. The Commonwealth Games in 2018. There are fairly strict rules for athletes to transition from male to female to qualify for the Olympics. In terms of the amount of testosterone they have their body. That's right. The International Olympic Committee amended its guidelines before the Rio Olympic Games to allow those athletes to identify as female to compete in women's categories when it comes to the case. Of Laurel Hubbard. She has, um made sure that she has crossed the threshold in terms of eligibility for both national and international guidelines. And she said in an official statement that she was grateful and humbled, but her selection will be controversial. There has been a very heated debate in sporting in scientific circles over transgender athletes having what some considered to be an unfair advantage over other women, so her inclusion in the New Zealand team will further stoked that debate. You'd have to say very briefly, Phil has there been any negative reaction to this announcement? A few weeks ago, one of her rivals from Belgium said that this this selection possible selection back then of Laurel Hubbard would give her an unfair advantage. And no doubt this controversy will continue as we lead into the build up for the Tokyo Olympics. Phil Mercer there on the first transgender athlete to take part in the Olympics. Vaccine developed in Cuba has met the threshold set by the W H O for use against Covid 19. The so Parana dose vaccine, meaning sovereign to requires three jobs to work properly against the virus. But even after two injections, it reached an efficacy level of 62% in late stage trials. Vicente very spent comb over, the director of Cuba's Finlay Institute of Vaccines, said the achievement was significant told us without This is really a very comforting result because it was obtained in a scenario where mutant strains are circulating. We're talking about efficacy, not against the original strain, but efficacy against the combination of the strange circulating in Havana. At this moment in Rwanda at the moment are America's editor. Will Leonardo told me more about Cuba's apparent success and what it means for this isolated island. The Communist government took a gamble during this pandemic. They decided against importing any jobs even from Kovacs, which other developing countries relying on and appears from these results that its own vaccine that it's paying off. It's the smallest country to produce the coronavirus vaccine. It's got five jobs in the pipeline, including one other called Abdullah in the late stage trials. 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"barnaby  joyce" Discussed on Uncommon

Uncommon

11:41 min | 3 years ago

"barnaby joyce" Discussed on Uncommon

"Odell drinkers don't really see this cold bubbly stuff, even though it is essentially, I o but the craft beers coming through, don't really see that as the proper. Real ale. So I think there is a bit of that central. I kind of think is pretty silly really? And I think very should gang up against the, the lager drinkers rather than trying to fight amongst themselves. Yeah, I think I think give the times it sounds like it now, what was your initial intrigue, politics like we mentioned before. I think they mentioned many times when you've done interviews, all or what not. But you've basically worked on the Republican campaign, your parliamentary research, Republic campaign day, rather than not the US, Republican over Republican, you're you were actually a liberal Democrat candidate. I think you place second the highest avant in that region, which was north west Norfolk and the new political visor and communications researchers, as well. So I know that you Ridgely started that phone that was the overtake overtaken or quite by Gartner and. Then you sort of move towards politics. How did that happen? I guess as well. I when I left, so I was doing IT data centrally in a company near oxen UK, and running through computer prices in spreadsheets. And I think ultimately, I kinda thought this could be more to life than this is as much as the as good as the company were to me. I was getting more and more interested in politics. I was sitting on a Thursday night, watching question time, the equivalent, or strata is you and I and comes gassing the TV and getting frustrated by it. And the general election was coming up which being the two thousand and five general election, and I actually then because I was bored in my job. And I kinda thought, hey, this is good chance that my in the water. I remember saying to my boss at the time are resigned, and basically said, look. I wanna get involved in politics. And I think he thought I was bit mad. He tried to convince me to stay on and said, well, you know, you can still have a job here and we can just pretend this didn't happen. But, you know. You going to have a kind of a look at what's going on the politics. And then you can kinda come back work here, and I volunteered for an MP, who was from Mara clarion in Norfolk from where I'm from the like uncle Norman lamb who still an MP now. Flirt, Democrats and IBC volunteered to go around delivering leaflets for it must also stuffing envelopes. And I've stood in a campaign shop, and stuffing envelopes, and went from stuffing envelopes to delivering leaflets delivering leaflets knocking on doors. And at the end of the election campaign, this guy who had never heard of, before that election campaign of, of course. I, he said to me, hey, what are you doing off the election? And I said, we'll be the Frenchie Chope by the sounds of it. And he said, well, you can come if I get reelected come work for me, and Westminster not for any money, but you can come and work for free for if you like. Because it was. He's been reluctant to do that because it was a big risk for me. And I didn't have the money's going work for free in London. But I thought it was good opportunities, I went and worked his office, then I think I was there for a couple of months, and then a drove actually came up in his office, which I then applied for, and also using a good position to, to get it and got offered a job. So I ended up then working there instated working Westminster for the same MP threes. So guess I was in the right time the right play the right place, right time. These kind of put myself, I guess, in the right place, the right time and locked out a bit, and ended up, then working Westminster in a move to London flat, and then ended up working in politics for several years. Yeah. And overseas you mentioned you came out here. You've been working, as I guess, a what have here's a communications researchers slash advisor while you got into this bogging, think from what I could find. The first PC put out was in. October twenty sixteen and I couldn't actually fund kind actually member. What what it was about. But you put that ad in a few months light, you said, you put another pace and then fifth twenty seventeen that this a guess, Victorian, expenses scandal summit to be covered. I think you were the first to cover this. Right yet. So how does how do you go from that today? Like had you already been riding in the background over the use like wh one did you go on to start a blog? And so just as a guess, just going back to why I stopped the block I have for many years, I've worked in, in politics, campaigning meteorites jobs for a long time now. And as those jobs as you do, I was finding new stories. And I was doing freedom of information, for example, another dates racists. And I was getting essentially stories that I was saying, giving white people because you're doing it for them peo- at for doing it for councils that, you work with the local councillors I, I worked with in London doing it for campaign organizations. So when I moved back to Austria for years ago, I kinda thought announcement TNT to try and see if I can still do some of this stuff, but I'll just do my name so had already been doing this stuff before. But that was the first time I'd really starts putting things in my name, and I started blog piranhas really more than anything as a repository to put this different stories that I found on, I am going to continue to put in freedom of information requests, to find if mation I think might be interesting and have a look into any kind of stories. I think Mike O somewhere and I thought we'll look at in the past, I've even had people come to me and say, hey, remember that freedom of information request you put in? Have a have a look at it and have look at the results came back from it. And for whatever he's not can't find it because buried somewhere in books. So I actually as much as anything set up a block as a repository put all my stories on their audience mation, I find that it can actually go back through it, and find the different things that you've done and have a bit of a scrapbook, if you'd like of what you've done, and then the Victorian expenses scandal came about. And that was really what prompted meets start doing the blog seriously and putting up new stories on it, and actually trying to do more newsy stories, rather than just as a scrapbook for different research that I've done so but by that time what was really guarding. You was things that would generally out that in the class, so to speak. So sounds like that. That sort of how things like the bond ABI discovery came about because you would you would looking generally, what was going on and looking deeper into that. Look, I'm just noses while may putting it but I'm just inquisitive you know, and I, I have been in the past always putting in, for example freight of freedom of information requests in the UK, even is not something directly related to me to pick some an interest in the answer is that comes back. So it wasn't any kind of great conspiracy about me wanting to take down Barnaby Joyce, it wasn't anything about me kind of wanting to make an from self. I am generally interested in getting to the bottom of things and understanding them better. I'm where I can see, you know, smell a story something oh, fluid through and try and get the bottom of it. And that's what happened in the case of both Victorian expenses scandal, and the Barnaby Joyce thing. I was really. Look into it for my purposes as much as anything and trying to find out if there's anything behind it. Why continue with the Digel Yano you've mentioned that there's not much money in, in this sort of work for journalism? But you've published a lot with the think Daily Telegraph crikey quite a lot. So I mean if you really gave it a, you know, a good going feel like they could be something dead, isn't it? Oh, thanks. It's not. Yeah, look, I my background has been in, in combs and say media, campaigns. And I guess that was where I have seen myself for longtime, and it's only really the last few years, really that I've really ramped up the journalism side of it. So something I would definitely consider one thing I really enjoy is doing the research behind getting deep into a story. What? I've been reluctant to do is to do you know the death north of going knocking on people's doors. He's just had relatives died. And that kind of thing, I don't, I don't wanna do, that's a bit pompous of me because that's where many journalists started out doing that, but I really enjoy it kind of deep research rather than the rather than the, the more day-to-day journalism offer. So I guess there are things like investigative journalism you get involved with. I'm actually at the moment writing a book and I'm writing a book on a parliamentary allowances MP's pay in lounges bit of each topic. But again, I'm doing it as much for my self as as for anything because I really can get into the detail of, of this stuff have look at some of the pasta worries and the rules around it and concrete's a body of work. I guess I can go back to and find and pull out the kind of various stories and have something on record that I've, I've done those. There was one thing that you have definitely said that you have an unhealthy interest in parliamentary allowances, and I think that's sort of loosely connected to nepotism that can happen in politics. Maybe one thing just to make clear for the its discussing freedom of information would actually is because I think I don't think many people would know about it. So I think in a nutshell for people playing high the way I explain it is that as part of living in a democracy, you have the right to request information from the government and in some instances, the government may challenge that depending on other maybe it's defense related all could be sensitive information of some con dealing. That's right. In a nutshell, that's, essentially, my explanation would be that it is general riots access documents from government from from government central government. Government agencies departments. Through state government departments and agencies. But also getting further to things like schools, universities hospitals, so anything, which is essentially public sector, you have the right to ask for information other or some exemptions around that, like security agencies, for example, and things senses information, they're very.

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"barnaby  joyce" Discussed on Rooster Teeth Podcast

Rooster Teeth Podcast

03:56 min | 3 years ago

"barnaby joyce" Discussed on Rooster Teeth Podcast

"Tickets now the end of in January in Australia, Australia, so we're doing Sydney Perth person. Melvin. And then we're y'all got it goes through the big Cowan Perth. Oh, oh, yeah. No. That's fake. You know that right? I mean, it's still big it's a normal sized cow. They were tiny cows around. He said, that's it. Okay. Yeah. That's what it was at that. That cow is six four it just looks even bigger because those cows were small, okay. So it's still a really big cow Cal, but it's six four like the neck fully up because that'll be four from the ground to the top of shoulder blades. Okay. That's that's pretty big Cal. Yeah. It's still a big Cal. Well, there is go see the big cow Jak known. Don't fuck and do this to me full in Sydney. There's actually a guy who has a big cat sanctuary. It's been a big animals, and he has cheetahs they're which you can go and pets and I'm like, oh like drugged up. Like he was raised them since they were kittens. And so like, he basically takes care of them. Like, he's a reason the public can come in and totally because basically it helps support his facility. So I mean, this is like a natural like a wildlife sanctuary in like if you ever did you ever see like the video of like the guy with the box, and like the giant line is like sitting in the mocks. It's that's that's the guy and the I like throwing catnip to them and stuff. That's the okay. And so he's like Instagram do. Dude, in any way, I'm trying to get I want to get a hold of them. See if I can go out their homes, you get that lion on stage. That'd be fun. Okay. I got two things to say about that. Okay. Have you ever seen? So there's so many videos like this on the internet where it's like a guy who's raised the big cat like a lion. Or a cheater something from the time. It was a little kitten and now it's full grown, and they have their friends over to hang out with it. And the and the cat just turns and grabs someone saying, I don't know where you never you. Never know. What them I've never seen one of those. Yeah. I mean, I I wouldn't get next to a tame lion. No. I probably wouldn't. Yeah. But I mean, I don't think anyone would it be like, oh, yeah. This is my lion. I mean, maybe like Qatar or something like that or like like the urban merits or something they have like the the kings and princes that have wild animals, but I don't know if I'm catching them on the wrong day. And then you swallowed. Then the other thing I was going to say is that I read earlier today that Chris Browns in trouble because he had a monkey without a permit. You own just like some wild monkey with the super-rich just get an exotic animals like That's that's what a I mean. drug to them. I need a rhino. Did the same thing. Remember, they took his monkey away in Germany. To be fair. Chris Brown is just a human piece of shit. So that guy for thousand years, but allegedly a known. No fucked. I go for just like he was posting social media with the monkey and people were like we're upset about it. And you're supposed to photos of like his daughter with a monkey people sort of reporting him to the California parks and wildlife department and the investigated and sure enough. The monkey Johnny Depp lost his dogs. They almost killed his dogs and Australia because he took a private jet over to Australia and brought his dogs with them. And there's like a huge quarantine thing with trillion New Zealand, and so they were like, yeah. You get a quarantine those things otherwise ROY them. And so he actually I think he flew him back to California. He hasn't to do that. We it apology video wasn't there. A weird deal with the the PM who made a big deal out of it. It was like he had some scandal happened Tony Abbott or someone or forget who was. No, no, no, no. It was like it was it was a. Barnaby joyce. Barnaby Joyce fucking name what he had them some fucking scandal happened after that. I don't know about that. Having a beverage Gavin. Yes. New Year's Eve you're not allowed to show that logo. The risks logo covered. No. That one's okay. Show logos. Did not part of that..

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"barnaby  joyce" Discussed on Rooster Teeth Podcast

Rooster Teeth Podcast

03:56 min | 3 years ago

"barnaby joyce" Discussed on Rooster Teeth Podcast

"Tickets now the end of in January in Australia, Australia, so we're doing Sydney Perth person. Melvin. And then we're y'all got it goes through the big Cowan Perth. Oh, oh, yeah. No. That's fake. You know that right? I mean, it's still big it's a normal sized cow. They were tiny cows around. He said, that's it. Okay. Yeah. That's what it was at that. That cow is six four it just looks even bigger because those cows were small, okay. So it's still a really big cow Cal, but it's six four like the neck fully up because that'll be four from the ground to the top of shoulder blades. Okay. That's that's pretty big Cal. Yeah. It's still a big Cal. Well, there is go see the big cow Jak known. Don't fuck and do this to me full in Sydney. There's actually a guy who has a big cat sanctuary. It's been a big animals, and he has cheetahs they're which you can go and pets and I'm like, oh like drugged up. Like he was raised them since they were kittens. And so like, he basically takes care of them. Like, he's a reason the public can come in and totally because basically it helps support his facility. So I mean, this is like a natural like a wildlife sanctuary in like if you ever did you ever see like the video of like the guy with the box, and like the giant line is like sitting in the mocks. It's that's that's the guy and the I like throwing catnip to them and stuff. That's the okay. And so he's like Instagram do. Dude, in any way, I'm trying to get I want to get a hold of them. See if I can go out their homes, you get that lion on stage. That'd be fun. Okay. I got two things to say about that. Okay. Have you ever seen? So there's so many videos like this on the internet where it's like a guy who's raised the big cat like a lion. Or a cheater something from the time. It was a little kitten and now it's full grown, and they have their friends over to hang out with it. And the and the cat just turns and grabs someone saying, I don't know where you never you. Never know. What them I've never seen one of those. Yeah. I mean, I I wouldn't get next to a tame lion. No. I probably wouldn't. Yeah. But I mean, I don't think anyone would it be like, oh, yeah. This is my lion. I mean, maybe like Qatar or something like that or like like the urban merits or something they have like the the kings and princes that have wild animals, but I don't know if I'm catching them on the wrong day. And then you swallowed. Then the other thing I was going to say is that I read earlier today that Chris Browns in trouble because he had a monkey without a permit. You own just like some wild monkey with the super-rich just get an exotic animals like That's that's what a I mean. drug to them. I need a rhino. Did the same thing. Remember, they took his monkey away in Germany. To be fair. Chris Brown is just a human piece of shit. So that guy for thousand years, but allegedly a known. No fucked. I go for just like he was posting social media with the monkey and people were like we're upset about it. And you're supposed to photos of like his daughter with a monkey people sort of reporting him to the California parks and wildlife department and the investigated and sure enough. The monkey Johnny Depp lost his dogs. They almost killed his dogs and Australia because he took a private jet over to Australia and brought his dogs with them. And there's like a huge quarantine thing with trillion New Zealand, and so they were like, yeah. You get a quarantine those things otherwise ROY them. And so he actually I think he flew him back to California. He hasn't to do that. We it apology video wasn't there. A weird deal with the the PM who made a big deal out of it. It was like he had some scandal happened Tony Abbott or someone or forget who was. No, no, no, no. It was like it was it was a. Barnaby joyce. Barnaby Joyce fucking name what he had them some fucking scandal happened after that. I don't know about that. Having a beverage Gavin. Yes. New Year's Eve you're not allowed to show that logo. The risks logo covered. No. That one's okay. Show logos. Did not part of that..

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15 lawmakers leave Australian Parliament due to foreigner ban

00:48 sec | 4 years ago

15 lawmakers leave Australian Parliament due to foreigner ban

"With offers of money to divulge sensitive information prosecutors said fbi agents found you had gathered the names of covert cia operatives when they searched for tell rooms he was using an australian opposition senator gala has become the latest politician to be removed from office for falling foul of a constitutional ban preventing june nationals from serving in parliament phil mercer reports from sydney fifteen mp's have now been forced to leave australia's federal parliament because they would jewel citizens most had british nationality through that parents some including the former deputy prime minister barnaby joyce who was also a new zealander of being reelected after officially renouncing their foreign citizenship katie gallagher's resignation from.

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