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"bill hilton" Discussed on KFI AM 640

KFI AM 640

01:36 min | 2 months ago

"bill hilton" Discussed on KFI AM 640

"Says the deal includes a 15% minimum corporate tax to deter big companies from resorting to low rate tax havens. And with that, let's look at a work zone up in cell mar. It's on the 2 10 west from Hubbard Street to the five. It's got the whole lanes closed until five A.m. tomorrow morning for some pavement work and Sherman Oaks on the four or five nor before Valley Vista. That's an earlier car fight has been cleared from money. But you're still Sloan from about sunset in Sunland on the two tennis before Sunset Boulevard. That's a car that's got a excuse me. Truck with that's been crashed into another car on the right shoulder. Emergency crews are on the scene and Encino on the one on one side of the white oak. That's a crash moved to the right shoulder. You're stopping trap Canoga Kft and this guy helps get you there faster. I'm Zachary Tegan. Country. I want to introduce you. The Thundercats Technology. Thunder Cat Technology is a premier provider of I T solutions not only for government organizations but educational institutions and commercial enterprises as a leader in cybersecurity infrastructure, unified communications and cloud technology verticals Thundercats, not just a reseller. They are trusted Advisors for businesses and their clients. Find out more thunder cat tech dot com. Thunder cat tech dot com. Hello. I'm Danny Wallace. And this is Bill Hilton. And we'd like to introduce you to, um, Anatomy. Anatomy is the show where each week a well known man talks you through his body. I'm pretty sure. I've never said this to anyone. The bits he hates the bits. He loves the struggles and the tiny triumphs. I said mine doesn't do that. It's funny. It's frank, and it can be very.

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"bill hilton" Discussed on News Radio 1190 KEX

News Radio 1190 KEX

02:20 min | 2 months ago

"bill hilton" Discussed on News Radio 1190 KEX

"Calls human infrastructure is as important as roads, transportation and bridges. Stocks closed higher today, the NASDAQ and the S and P at all time highs. You're listening to ABC News. Our top local story. Oregon's death toll from the Heat wave is now up to 116 people away chess you emergency department, Dr Matt Hanson tells K two. They knew it would be a busy time prepared extra staff to be available. We had An extra layer of backup for the doctors, so that if we needed someone else to come in and work and up our staffing, we were ready for that. Hansen says. They worked nonstop over the three days of extreme heat, helping more than 30 patients. The death toll could rise even higher as the investigations continue. The Oregon State Medical examiner's releasing the names of the two men killed in Sunday's four alarm apartment fire in northeast Portland, Robert Gremillion and Seth Thompson, both 31 years old, died when the inferno destroyed their apartment buildings. Northeast 21st and wider. Four others were injured, including a 25 year old woman who remains hospitalized. Meanwhile, the Portland Fire Bureau is just today. Starting the investigation into the fire at the Heidi Manor Apartments, Portland Fire and rescue investigator Rob Garrison tells K two why it's taken so long. I'm a scene like this. It's just too big, so we have to slow everything down. We have to do what we need to do to make the property safe. There were reports of fireworks sounds near the apartments, but it's not known whether they were the cause. The building didn't have sprinklers because it was built before code change that would have required them. Suspects who started fire with fireworks and L C are now under arrest. A witness reported Seeing two men in a car tossed the illegal fireworks off highway 34. They sparked a fire at Lincoln County Sheriff's deputy pulled over the suspect vehicles they had to leave. No fireworks in the car. Tyler weeks, interest enforced admitted to lighting them. They're charged with arson, reckless burning in possession of illegal fireworks. Oregon has six new deaths related to covid 19 Today and 273 new infections. 106 People are hospitalized. 19 fewer than yesterday. I'm Gail Cunningham. Traffic and weather are next. Are you curious about who offers the best deals on top rated Samsung, LG and Sony TVs? The answer is surprising. Hello, I'm Danny Wallace. And this is Bill Hilton. And we'd like to introduce you to my anatomy. Anatomy is the show where each week are well known man talks you through his.

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"bill hilton" Discussed on WHAS 840 AM

WHAS 840 AM

03:21 min | 2 months ago

"bill hilton" Discussed on WHAS 840 AM

"Into a puddle. And so the guy says Hello. I'm not using his name. One of the owners of lRS. And then, of course he goes. We don't have cell phones and it's 1983 and he goes. I'm sure to call the other people let them know what's up, adding, and we they he approved the deal. My lawyer said It was all good. Well, let's sign here. Baba Baba Bang and then nodding told us the guy that owned Cuba has said if I were you, I'd go get your stuff at lRS right now. And we did. We went down there and I was a little It was a little push and pull to get our stuff and get out of there. So anyway, someone sat in front of my house all night and sell or car phones were in existence because somebody kept calling me from the vehicle down on his calling my house. But I wouldn't answer. I had someone else answers. Terry Monitor. No, he's not. But you can see that it was somebody sitting down there and then so I got a neighbor. We lived in a Duplex. The neighbor who lived downstairs was awesome. I took care of her dog all the time. I said, Hey, can I use your car? Because we had to go to work. We had to go on QM f the next morning. She's like, Oh, this sounds cool. It sounds like a spy movie. So I the appropriate our four in the morning. Whatever it was someone who's still sitting in front of my house waiting to serve me a season to sit right? And and Ron lived in Indiana so they couldn't find where he lived. Cause he lived in the woods or somewhere in the T p or something. And, uh, I went down the steps and sneaked out and took the keys from my neighbor and drove her car to humans. They didn't They didn't catch you. Well, Yeah. Then we were on the air, and we did the whole invasion thing that a lot of people remember, We did this whole like military takeover thing. Ron was there and we had a great time, and it was funny and then eventually they posted the cease and assists on the door of the radio station, And that's when the management of human we've gotten enough pub out of this now. What you can stop, and then we had to go to court that day, and then it was all cleared except we couldn't keep the name. Morning sickness. That's why we became. The judge took it away in the names of the sketches. And that's why how it became the show with no name. Very good legally taken from us, But we are allowed to continue working in Q. M F for much more money. Hey, I'm no good. The fact that you were able to get out unscathed relatively right after your boss walks in on you or the owner walks in on you with the other station. Oh, my God. That is worse than cheating on a lover, very embarrassing. Don't even get to finish my meal. Someone else is paying for my meal. I probably had to leave. Yeah, I'm sure I had no appetite after I was just thinking I was like, Were you having the delicious green chili want time to come back for the long towns tomorrow night? I didn't get to eat them tonight. They get paid for. I mean, yeah, I'm having a nervous breakdown right now. I'm not very hungry, man. That's a good story. Other Louisville radio history story. We're coming back, and people got to talk about the new congressional race candidate in today on the way Hello. I'm Danny Wallace. And this is Bill Hilton. And we'd like to introduce you to my anatomy. Anatomy is the show where each week a well known man talks you through his body. I'm pretty sure. I've never said this to anyone..

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"bill hilton" Discussed on Monocle 24: The Briefing

Monocle 24: The Briefing

07:10 min | 3 months ago

"bill hilton" Discussed on Monocle 24: The Briefing

"You are listening to the briefing on monocle. Twenty four it may not seem apparent to the parsing observer that china is presently plagued by a shortage of people it is presently home to one point four billion of them give or take however the right of new chinese people being born deliberately hobbled for years by the one child policy has not much shifted since the limit was raised to two children in two thousand and sixteen accordingly. The bar is to be lifted. Further couples will now be allowed to have three children but it is far from certain. How many will be sufficiently enthuse to take advantage. Especially chinese women will joining me now with more on. This is is a bill hilton. Ceo of china darlow isabel. Let's look at the big question. I which it it does seem. I guess too. Many people somewhat absurd. China is worried about running out of people. But why does the communist party think. China needs more of them because if you look at the next ten to fifteen years you can see that problem. The population is going to peak quite early. But it's the balance of older people younger people in the in the population. That's the problem because you have a very large number of older people who are iro ready retired and we'll need pensions or are going to retire in the next ten fifteen years and the number of working age people to support the shrinking. So this is not just putting those sums together. That's that's not great. China's boom was written on the back of an alarm available working age population that was disciplined hard-working and so on and could be used to those factories back in the day. Now you're looking at a very different profile with the most rapidly aging population in the world and that is a big drag on economic growth for multiple reasons. But there's another way that china has changed since the one child policy was implemented. Isn't there because when that when that policy was imposed china was a substantially agricultural society in which families often had large numbers of children or wanted to Basically out of economic imperative whereas now that is much less the case. This is a a nation of people increasingly who live in apartments in big cities. How many of them are going to want three kids. Well the evidence is that many of them after all when they allowed people to have two children as opposed to just one. The population continued to drop. In fact it dropped rather more steeply than than it was dropping before. And you're absolutely right. It's the broader context. You know when when they imposed the one child policy it was after a period in in which mounds doom regarded a big population as as an asset. In fact he wants notoriously said that china could survive a nuclear war with the soviet union. Remember those days because china could lose one hundred million people in barely noticed. So more the the more the merrier they get to the late seventies and they look at the numbers. This baby boom which was supported by collectivisation by workplace nurseries. You know so. Women were in the workforce but their their children were taken care of either because they lived in the immediate family circle or because the the the workplace had an obligation to look after their kids now fast forward to today most of those people. Those working age adults are as you say living in smaller in very expensive apartments. They're having to pay for education to pay for health and they're working in places which no longer supply childcare. So this is completely different than women have other options and frankly they're all raised in a one child policy anyway so they don't have siblings cousins. They'd have the family has simply changed over time. And you can't just reconstitute it by changing the rule and you talk about chinese women now having other options and they doubtless had more than previous generations did but is there a sense that the chinese communist party isn't vat exercised about expanding those opportunities for chinese women because in many respects this does look like a willfully regressive policy. Doesn't it if if everybody suddenly started having two or three children. There's not much doubt about who would expect be expected to do most of the caring for them absent right. It is a bit of characteristic of asari -tarian societies be right wing or all notionally communist that their position on women is is remarkably similar. You A multiple women hold up half the sky and the communist party used to boast of liberating women. And you know they have held up half the sky they just haven't been promoted or paid for it and what you have now. In these younger urban generations is a very broad discussion about whole number of things about whether you want children traditional family yes but also about gender stereotypes about sexual harassment about many things which are absolutely embedded in chinese society. these young populations at challenging them. So for example. The the party. It's not just about women. women go home. How babies yes. You're doing a great thing for the nation but also manual becoming too effeminate. you know. Let's have more sports. Let's more masculine men now. Younger generations are saying. Hang on a minute which century we in. And so you've got a really impending clash between between top level ideology and the the p the very people who would have to accept that ideology for it to work and it's not really clear how that's going to play out to as a final thought. Is there a sense though. That culture is shifting as regards the role of women in china. I mean according to one reporters recently as two thousand eighteen a not small number of job advertisements for the chinese civil service actually specifying preference for male candidate switches will now thoroughly legal in most advanced countries. Yes indeed but it would again. It's the contrast between the official view. And actually what's happening in the population. You have a number of of imbalances which are the direct result of of the policy for example in the one child policy. You had a absolutely skewed preference for for male babies over female and that's to do with traditional structures of the family. Women mary out. So you lose the benefit in your old age if your traditional chinese parent you want your son and daughter-in-law to look after you so you now have something like thirty million chinese men who will never find brides. Unless they marry kidnapped cambodians or north koreans. So you have multiple sociological effect. We have women challenging sexual harassment on public transport and getting arrested for it. You know you can see this culture clash right through chinese society and this is not going to go easily isabel hilton. Thank you as always walls. The editor of china dialogue isabel hilton. You're listening to the briefing monocle..

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"bill hilton" Discussed on Pod Cast Away - Gespräche mit Samson

Pod Cast Away - Gespräche mit Samson

03:35 min | 7 months ago

"bill hilton" Discussed on Pod Cast Away - Gespräche mit Samson

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"bill hilton" Discussed on Monocle 24: Midori House

Monocle 24: Midori House

10:01 min | 1 year ago

"bill hilton" Discussed on Monocle 24: Midori House

"Opting to shake hands instead of social. Distancing Brazil's President Jacob Boston are has long downplayed cove in nineteen and his country is becoming a virus hotbed and might the ongoing pandemic lead to a rethink of the fashion industry. Markle's editors tackle those topics today on the late edition here on monocle. Twenty four yes. Hello and welcome to the late edition coming to you from London with me. Tom Edwards in the chair alongside me also virtually. I'm joined today by Monaco's editor Andrew. Talk and America's editor at large Ed Stocker both sides of the Atlantic represented. I'll jump over to say hello to you first of all at a house The latest lockdown chapter strating not too bad. Thanks very much. The weather's turned nice here in New York. City's I feel like as I was saying to. Andrew offer a little earlier relaxed a little bit. I feel it was pretty busy here at the weekend. The city itself was still pretty much under the same lockdown measures as before we are seeing other parts of the state start to reopen which is a positive sign like five parts of the upstate region have reopened for everything from manufacturing to drive in cinemas. You fancy a better that so slowly slowly. Things are starting to change in New York and people are in good moods because the weather's nice and sunny. Well Dare I say Andrew a relatively good mood in certain corner of Malabar. And what was it just last Friday? I saw you in person. It was like old times and it was very nice as well. It wasn't it yeah. We had an office around in two thousand people for the four of us who popped in to see what life would be like if we start returning in the coming weeks and doing health and safety check how that all operate but it was super pleasant. See from a modest distance and to the floor floors an day back in that space and I hope that kind of returns quite soon well health maybe not health and safety but health is the operative word of the day can talk a little bit about the world. Health Assembly gathered today virtually two days of meeting and one country or territory surely wasn't in attendance. That was Taiwan. Despite the islands very successful containment of corona virus on its own shores as well as a US led coalition voicing support for Taiwan's bid to attend the meetings as an observer. China says. No it's not going to happen. Is Bill Hilton's the editor of China Doll Organ? She spoke to me on the global earlier today before the meetings even started to explain exactly why. This is such a bone of contention the participation of Taiwan as we know Taiwan did participate as an observer between two thousand nine and two thousand sixteen. But that was when Beijing anti-government was in charge in Taiwan. And unless who is more inclined to independence for Taiwan were suddenly to reverse her position and accept the one China policy then. China will fee to Taiwan's participation. I guess the other reason they might not want. I one present at the meeting. Describing their experiences with the pandemic is that Taiwan did rather better than China in dealing with it in China. Certainly wouldn't want that illuminate. It is Hilton talking monocle. Twenty four earlier Angie. That's I guess an important point here. China doesn't want to draw attention to its potential mishandling and yet at today's meeting President Gee who was front and center at the World Health Assembly welcomed. He said A review by the W. H. O. Annon Independent Investigation. Which may be surprised. Some very interesting to look at how this is gonNA shake up. What do you think we're going to HAVE ANY DEGREE OF CLARITY? After these couple of days about what China's role was really in the origins of this pandemic murkier and murkier. And you the trouble is when you have very powerful states like China members of the World Health Organization is very difficult for that organization to kind of move against any single country especially China. So I don't think there's going to be a huge independent inquiry that comes out the W. H. O. Other people that are pressing for that independent quarry and I think then you'll see China wants to have some limits on how that is done. What it means and in the end would actually be that independence. I think there's a huge amount of question marks and on the on the question of whether Taiwan should be there as an observer. It'd be interesting for them to be there as an observer so they can do the things that would protect people going forward and they can tell their story which is useful and has been very successful at controlling the virus but we do have to be of course we always through our hands up in the terrible China. I guess if you Nicholas Sturgeon said I don't want to be represented by the K. I won't go there as an independent observer. Delights of Boris Johnson. Say well bad luck. We're not GonNa let you do that. So even in those contexts countries light go as one and China whether we like to believe it or not sees Taiwan as part of its nation. He Says No. No no excuse for it to be there with independent representation Ed stock from your vantage point in the US. It's interesting It's unsurprising indeed that the US has been very much at the forefront of this global coalition countries calling for Taiwan allowed US observers seat It's understandable because it's a way to come the knows China into enter ratchet up tensions further. What impact does the bigger picture here? You know what happens? What comes out of this W. H. meetings through the week the assembly do you think that will have an impact on U S? China relationship specifically I mean. Us China relations have been pretty bad for a while. I'm an obviously you know. Beyond Corona virus has been this trade war. And so you could say that. This is just sort of adding fuel to the far. We've seen Mike Pompeo the secretary of state being critical earlier today about the fact that Taiwan hasn't been allowed this observer status the fact that Taiwan actually ended up dropping. It's bad but Taiwan's now got some pretty powerful backers not just the. Us France Japan Germany. We could go on. But we've seen no donald trump in particular of stoking this tension with China and that look set to continue. He at one point was pressing for it to be called the Wu Han virus in various international. Fora he's also. Of course the Chinese vars over and over again. He seems so dry that recently but that was often how he used to refer to it and his press conferences and he's still playing the blame game with China. What's interesting and what I've talked a little bit before. On Monaco. Twenty four about is also how it's playing into the presidential election in November the fact that China is front and center and it's not just don't trump also. Joe Biden has released these adverts of basically saying that Donald Trump has been weak and referred to the Chinese which has drawn some criticism that you know the whole of the Chinese population. Chinese people in general are being victimized as a result of this. So certainly what's happening over the next few days at the W. H. O? Is Stoking tensions that already exist having said all of that we have seen? President Xi as you were mentioning commit his support for an international review and pledged two billion dollars in order to help fight corona virus. Now Andrew was also say we don't know how that studies can be independent. It's going to be there's a lot there's a lot of unknowns at the moment but you could argue to a certain extent anyway that China has backed down and not up the ante by submitting to an international review of the causes behind Corona virus. Tom Well let's switch our sites In a southerly direction from where you are A to Brazil President Agile. Bonar has long insisted that karenna viruses little more than a a sniffle. And as you might expect for a world leader that's continue to shake hands in public with large crowds. His country is indeed becoming a real hotbed for the virus. Let's get a little bit more detail. This was little report that Markle's Latin America affairs correspondent Lucinda Elliott filed for us today. Brazil is fast becoming the epicenter of the corona virus endemic. Or perhaps it already is. Cases are up fifty percents this past week on Saturday. The country overtook Spain in Italy. In the number of daily confirmed cases. It's a very steep curve. One medical professionals have warned cannot be slowed unless social distancing is observed. But distancing is exactly what's not happening in part because the president appears to be on a crusade to end lockdown measures and get the economy. Moving look down is in place by decree in some Brazilian states. Like where I am in Rio. The belly sixty percent of the population observing it over the weekend. I received a voice note from a local Health Secretary for three small towns in the rural heartland of the country. She was at a wit's end a couple. You had symptoms on Wednesday. She had told to stay home the very next day. The wife was also heavily pregnant. Call to check if her husband's test results with back because they want to go and visit family further outside of town. They left in the collar. Anyway and the young cools the Cheddar.

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"bill hilton" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

Newsradio 700 WLW

03:57 min | 2 years ago

"bill hilton" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

"Cincinnati Reds Tyler Molly's two and nine with any are a four point four seven and ninety nine strikeouts to twenty five walks not a bad situation for him hopefully gets it together last a little longer than last time anything can happen as we know in the mile high city after last night's circus of the game delayed some three hours because of rain and lightning and as I understand it there is inclement weather expected in the area will see exactly if in fact there is a delay or not I'm here now hole in the house or not at the house of sterling if not of holding a junior will get in here and I guess keep going until after I check answer like a what he got what he got like a were you pass the baton kind of scenario really race if necessary we'll do what we gotta do you you you know you could you pull yank the left hander you put in a right hand or you might be a lefty I've no idea what his deal is sela it's sort of the way it goes on the hill for those Colorado Rockies and Tonio sins are tele he is seven and six with a five point three two ERA forty eight strikeouts to forty one base on balls hopefully has an off day and the fireworks can start again for the Reds that I'm telling I don't think I've I don't know if it was my state of mind last night if it was just I think it was just a fantastic crazy ball game I don't know what it is you here's the thing after a three hour delay if you end up losing that game you're hating what you're tired you're worn out you got to try to find a way at that point if it's the Reds lost they they've lost the series you're trying not to get swept instead they're going for series win try to make it two or three before they they get a chance to spend some time beating up on the cubs let's hope and then the cardinals with the trade deadline looming in the ideas of buyers or sellers and what's gonna exactly happen at this point because I am the eternal optimist and the hope of hopes is of course that they make a run to the NL central has been is it wrong to say week it's a well the bottom line is this I mean you got a team that's under five hundred that's now five games out if they can get on a run here specially this week they can they can make some noise and hopefully there's some a decent additions to the ridge line up to to make it you know real they maybe need a like an hour maybe a left arm for that matter in really mention this again because I just somebody say what I say about Homer Bailey it was sarcasm I think there is a direct message says of the solo Homer Bailey who the Reds got rid of incidentals the Dodgers brought Quy again of course we we haven't seen Mister would get a and we we've was it signify tile farmer came along and Matt Kemp who's now free to roam about the a sand box of life on his own because he well he got cut the other day unconditionally said bye bye which is he said to I mean at some point your life is going to say maybe it's time maybe maybe maybe not but don't know don't know either way Homer Bailey leaves the Reds goes to LA so he gets a minute now burger he acquires a a Dodger dirge Jersey and then he goes to Kansas city says Hey bill Hilton I know you yeah I know you too in the then Homer Bailey it was like in there and traded to Oakland in Oakland says Hey maybe we could do some would think so now I get to Kansas City Royals Jersey and no pine tar incidents there and then and now he's got an age Jersey and some paycheck from each of the I don't know how to taxes work in that situation I think it's kind of strange does it not that's not my problem either way I just had to mention give you an update will come back there's more to do will get the scoreboard we'll see else who's hot in the big leagues and a whole lot of other stuff going on right here the arnelle ins alright now carries inside pitch was sterling on seven hundred WLW own your vehicle care you need experience honesty and integrity certified female friendly manner curry's Cressman auto care rockstar technicians you can trust and Cressman auto care dot com.

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"bill hilton" Discussed on Monocle 24: The Briefing

Monocle 24: The Briefing

02:21 min | 2 years ago

"bill hilton" Discussed on Monocle 24: The Briefing

"We're seeing this week, they could work, and that of the Bill would not pass. Well, I guess it's possible, although that would go against a trend in south nine mainland China. And we now seem to be locked in. I think it's a good thing that the debate was postponed at the legislative couldn't actually hold debate because of the of, of being surrounded in the last forty eight hours by protesters but the narrative that the administration appears to be building. And this again, is relatively new. I mean as I said, Hong Kong police have been, you know, very moderate and reasonable force in the past, and, and the will had really good relationships with the, the Hong Kong public that is absolutely changed. The images. We've seen of the police using excessive force against, you know him singing crowds. These were not people who, who were who were threatening at all these protesters who go back the next day to clear up their rubbish. You know, Hong Kong is a pretty remarkable place in many ways. But the narrative that's building is that they're the police had to repress? Violence from the protesters. There were several arrests of people who'd gone to hospital to seek treatment for their injuries. And when and when you know, they missed the injuries were were were received at the protest they were interested in in the hospital. So if you can build a narrative that this is a dangerous crowd, and the government can't back down in the face of threats. You can kind of see where that narrative is going to go, and it, certainly, you know, with the umbrella movement, we had the umbrella movement, the first use of tear gas, the first use of of, you know, police repression against a peaceful civic movement, followed by the leadership of that movement being put on trial and receiving disproportionate sentences. So that's been the pattern that's been kind of evident really since two thousand fourteen and I'm, I'm pretty concerned that, that pattern is going to be repeated, and you see the Chinese government now weighing in saying this wasn't our. Idea. But of course, we support the Hong Kong government and you think okay? We see where this is. Going is Bill Hilton. Thank you very much for joining us here on the briefing. And now we're going to cross to Monaco's newsrooms. Get the latest news headlines here, wristband writer. Thanks marcus. The.

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"bill hilton" Discussed on Monocle 24: Midori House

Monocle 24: Midori House

03:41 min | 2 years ago

"bill hilton" Discussed on Monocle 24: Midori House

"Still with me on my guess is a Bill Hilton Antares dance Nate now. The British Prime Minister Theresa may has already survived a leadership challenge from her and pays, but what about one from grassroots members of her ruling conservative party, while Nucor activists also incensed at her handling of Britain's attempts to leave the European Union through for ten percent of them have signed a petition demanding an emergency vote on her future. It said to be unprecedented in the party's one hundred eighty five year old history and comes as the conservatives are on calls for an almighty dropping in Thursday's local government elections. So Terry isn't this this Votaw tend to get a vote roll the point is given a matter? How how many activists votes against the decision isn't legally binding, they stuck with her. Of obscure bit of of the conservative party's early. It's it's influenced listed something called the national conservative convention, and then not made up of all the grass roots members. They represent the association chairman and women, so although they're very influential in the party, they're not the absolute grassroots groceries in bullied, it's more than similar. But also it takes time to wargin is because this emergency procedure hasn't hasn't happened before it needs a minimum of twenty eight days. And I think she faces much much bigger bumps in the road before this happens in a before the end of the week. We've got the local elections coming up. I if they manage to have this emergency meeting sheet, we we may have had the European we're likely to have had the European elections between now, and then so, you know, she has to get through those much bigger hurdles, and I think the problem is that these association chair people who are understandably, you know, many of them are very irate. They're the people that supposed to be going out at the moment this week trying to organize teams of leaf litter teams of canvases to go out and. Deliver leaflets and have dogs bark at them and have people shout at them in the street, and many of them are just saying we don't we can't get anyone to do it. When doing it. We don't support the government. I'm not going out to campaign for you as we normally would. And so, you know, I think it's the crisis. You know at the next of the crises is more likely to come sooner rather than later before it comes to that. And what you have to ask yourself is it really about the way that she's handled the Brexit negotiations of Malta do those Asian showman. Can't stand. The fact that she's talking to Jeremy Corbyn the lease the leap Alcee well to be fair. I think it's probably both. But I mean, the question in my mind is it going to be a Tory party left to lead for anybody under The end of the it. job? Who'd won the job. Okay. It's amazing. That people always do want these jobs. I mean, what a what a disaster. But if we're this where this process to to, you know, follow through where she to be defenestrate as a result of this move. Then you would then you would have an then you'd have the Tory party choosing the prime minister again. So you'd effectively have one hundred and twenty thousand completely unrepresentative of people. I mean on with country choosing the prime minister in the middle of a national crisis. I honestly ADA how much worse can all of this, get frankly. I think. It was I think. I mean from a conservative point of view, if you look at how many seats the likely to lose in these local elections, I need these receipts that will last up for election in two thousand fifteen it was an election that was held on the same day as the general election. And that was where David Cameron unexpectedly won his majority outright. So, you know, the conservatives were writing relatively high at that point so come sometime on Friday when we got those results in it's going to look most likely like a bigger drop one of the few things that may help to raise..

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"bill hilton" Discussed on Monocle 24: The Monocle Daily

Monocle 24: The Monocle Daily

03:49 min | 2 years ago

"bill hilton" Discussed on Monocle 24: The Monocle Daily

"Way of light relief from helping the United Kingdom through its nervous breakdown senior EU, you officials have been meeting in Brussels river counterparts from China. An agreement was reached on draft communicate after quite a long period of such concord looking unlikely, but the attention of all concern seems to have been usefully focused by the need to present United front to the United States will enjoy now is a Bill Hilton editor of China dialogue Isabel have. We actually reached the point hilariously which the regards China is the more natural and reliable trade partner. It would be slightly staging it. But or what is interesting is that there is sort of new toughness in Brussels, which is which is almost equally stoning, and and China, you know, China was making noises about there being no agreement. Everyone was very pessimistic. Everyone was talking down. And then they sent through a new draft on the eve of the summit and had some very tough, you know, fifty hours negotiations and lo and behold, the EU seems to be satisfied with the new language that it was demanding on things right force transferred into not show property, and, you know, manage to fate on the was pretty serious about being fed up of terms of trade, which were an open market in the EU for China, but a closed market in China for the EU. So I think that they feel that they both of our under. Pressure to maintain the system, but nevertheless, some serious talking to be done. So yeah. Quite a good result. I would say so who do you get the sense made the greater concessions was that China? It would appear to be so yes, 'cause you know, the the Chinese have there's some key issues like subsidies for Chinese major state-owned enterprises, which the EU have been increasingly unhappy about in some of these are the things that Trump himself, you know, raises in his inimitably charming way. But the was trying to it's also worried about them as being trying to kind of get onto better term. Then it was slightly the sense of a showdown because you know, if not now, then when now coast China has made promises before the number of these things, but they seem to set up a mechanism whereby they will in a set timetable, and if no pro-gross progresses made into six months and then in a year, then you know, they will be back to talk talking. So the same be a recognition that China is a world class expertise kicking cans down road and something has to be. Done to make things happen instead of just promise to make things happen. And the those things would demand of China internal reforms that China's been stalling on for five six years. Now, of course there in life, the problem because China would have to enact those reforms, and that may not be possible. But at least they you saying if you don't then we are, you know, we have appropriate. So is there any extent to which disagreement is more than just an agreement between the US and China by which I mean is there the extent to which this agreement is both the EU and China sending a signal to the United States. Will it is sending signal about the number of critical things? Right. We want the WTO to survive. I mean, there's a real issue about whether Donald Trump does want the WTO survived as you may recall. He's refusing to name judges the arbitration mechanism. Good good. No longer be quarried really quite soon..

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"bill hilton" Discussed on Mint Arrow Messages

Mint Arrow Messages

02:45 min | 2 years ago

"bill hilton" Discussed on Mint Arrow Messages

"When and you know, the interesting thing about really good breeders is it's an interview for you as much as it is for them. And they are actually integrating interviewing you back in Louis reader had like a lifetime policy that if we ever couldn't keep him that he should go back to her on. And then when she retired a few years ago. She actually emailed me and Louis was like nine at the time. She emailed me and said just you knowing retiring, but you know, my offer still stands in. This is your contact is should you ever need to, you know, not have this dog and is not unique. Because that sounds kind of unique I think that it's I think that really really amazing breeders are few and far between and there's a lot of levels of amazing breeder, and I was really really picky because of what I was raised with my parents were picky in my aunt and uncle were picky in like, I think that was what I had expected. So. To me. It's not weird. Could I understand that? There are also good breeders who maybe wouldn't follow the dog for the entire life. Anyway, I had I'd never rescued in animal. I didn't know much about rescue in general, and I happen to find ELA to very long story. So to keep it short. I was living in Florida at the time. I lived there very briefly in. I was doing a lot of freelance work in. I ended up working on a project that took me into a shelter. And this would have been two thousand powder for eleven years. So in two thousand eight I was living in Miami. And I lived there really briefly. I was doing a lot of freelance work. Can I happen to have a project that ended up taking me into a shelter in keeping mind in two thousand eight this was the height of the era like the tanker Bill Hilton dogs like this is when this kind of had exploded this. Yeah. Like these teeny tiny little dogs in this was proliferating everywhere. But Miami was a hot spot for this in. I I met Ella. As part of. A project right was actually learning about commercial dog breeding. And and what this sort of thirst for these tiny little dogs was doing to the animals in ELA was Ella had been pulled out of commercial breeding situation listening in the shelter waiting to be euthanized because she was so ill, and I saw her and I just knew we were meant to be. And I mean, I had no business getting a second dog at that time in my life. I think I was twenty early twenties. I was really young and certainly couldn't support to dogs, but we made it work. And I just knew we were meant to be. And I didn't know anything about rescue at the time. She was my first introduction to rescue. And it it completely changed my life in so many ways really really cool. So I wanna know. So you said you were at this event..

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"bill hilton" Discussed on Monocle 24: Midori House

Monocle 24: Midori House

04:05 min | 2 years ago

"bill hilton" Discussed on Monocle 24: Midori House

"Still with me is Bill Hilton and James Rojas hair. Midori house know, Germany says it stands in quote full solidarity with Arlen over the Irish backstop saying a haunt border would be unacceptable to the European Union. Germany's foreign minister high comas made his remarks during a meeting with the Irish deputy prime minister, Simon Coveney who said that Westminster MP's planning to vote against to raise malls withdraw Bill will guilty of in his words wishful thinking as the EU would not reopen Brexit negotiations. Mrs may is battling to persuade MP's to support her Bill, which they will vote on this month questions. Both of you really, do you think that these remarks have helped or hinders? I suspect she wishes that she had a role of celebrate seal some lips together, but it's too late. Now, also hindered not he meant them to be helpful. Because there is a continuing fantasy not not only in the conservative party. But actually in the labor party that there is a better deal communica, she aided. And this is you know, this is a poor deal. This is a poor deal. Because leaving the European Union is a poor idea. And it has a lot of difficult problems on which other people have interest, and and rather firm views, and this has not changed. No matter how how long these headless chickens run around in circles, wishing it we're otherwise it isn't going to change its fascinating. Because journalistically we've managed to keep away from Christopher from Brexit for the Christmas vacation two weeks way. We all now back in nothing's changed. And that's the point because nothing has changed. Because MRs may we know she spoke to some of you count parts. Christmas, reassurances, etc. But you do have to ask yourself. What reassurances can they give her since last month? They said look we've just rated the Cup of bed. There's nothing left on the shelves. Coach original questions know will this help Hindu think whatever you believe your beliefs will be reinforced by what's been the people who think leaving the us about see I told you about our day and the people in leaving is a good idea. We'll say say look, this is just out, of course trouble. And I think nobody will be sort of swayed either way. So, but as you know, what can help MRs studies, it's really very difficult to say. I mean, one is reminded the votes in parliament having been postponed with a course, you know, the tacit and very strong implication being wouldn't have passed that stays very difficult to see what has changed since. Then that will make it past next week. I mean, it's rather reminded of conversation conversational teenage daughter yesterday around what trousers fashionable. Not really. Once something gets about nine. It's it's once something gets bad reputation. Nobody's gonna vote for and I think this is really this deals go to political reputation. Both neither remains nor leaves satisfied by it. And it's only this thought that you know, the really is no alternative and trim. The at least a short-term media longer term consequences for the country will be something between battling catastrophic may focus minds. And I suppose that's Mrs Maes early hopefully states. There's nothing to suggest anything has changed since she didn't put this deal to parliament last month to see what what game she's playing. But it it seems to me that as you watch this. This this chaos deepen that we might be coming to point where the choices crashing out of stain nothing in between is is is deliverable. And and so that at least would be a resolution, I would prefer one side of that very strongly. But I mean, the we we just gave rise. And circles the having said that Simon company he he did actually open the door very slightly because he said the Irish Republic wouldn't block attempts by the UK to extend article fifty which would delay the exit process. But the question is even if Arlen is willing to be magnanimous on Matt will the rest of the U necessarily..

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"bill hilton" Discussed on Monocle 24: The Globalist

Monocle 24: The Globalist

04:25 min | 3 years ago

"bill hilton" Discussed on Monocle 24: The Globalist

"Well, Donald Trump's trade war with China may be based on resentment trade deficits. It's fair to say that things are more complicated today. US airlines come up against a deadline implemented by the Chinese state demanding that they change any mention of Taiwan that doesn't acknowledge it as a part of China. Other airlines have already capitulated to the demands, but the White House is written them off as or William nonsense and said that it's airlines need not the issue risks. Inflaming the already sensitive trade conflict and shines a light on the worrying ramifications of Beijing's one China policy. Here's a unpacked. The situation with me is, is Bill Hilton, editor of China, dialogue, Isabel, thanks for joining us. Now, we now know that the American Airlines group has exceeded to China's demands. Do you think other US carriers are likely to do so. I think they are likely to do so largely because although the White House is making noises, as you say about this being an Orwellian demand, the the muscle on this particular aspect of of deteriorating relations rests with China and US airline that can't overfly or land in China's US airline that's losing serious money and give them the precedent that other airlines have capitulated on this. I, I'm pretty sure that USA that all USA lines with with business in China will in the end decide this isn't a fight worth having what are the specifics of China's demons? What do they actually want airlines to do when it says it? It's really symbolic. It's about listing Taiwan is part of China, so that instead of, you know, lifting on the website, Taiwan as separate destination you, you, you you that the demand is that they ignore each call, the one China policy, which I have to say the United States also embraced in the air. Nine hundred seventy s when when Nixon went to China, there's no, there's no particularly strong foundation for objecting to this, except you know, it disturbs the ambiguity of the US support for Taiwan. Well, exactly. I mean, as recently as much the US signed the Taiwan Chavat. So what does that cover? Well, that allows US citizens to travel to Taiwan and Taiwanese travel to the United States. I mean, it's it's essentially the today. One situation has has persisted this long because both sides recognize that it is the best umbrella over an irreconcilable problem. China doesn't really want to invade Taiwan at the United States. The lady want to have to go to war over Taiwan, but same time Konta abandoned a former democratic allies. So our democratic former island. So so the best solution given that the game really isn't worth the cost. For both sides has been not to disturb this. I think it's one of the aspects of Trump's Bayview which has had ramifications which are really damaging. So how do you think the situation slightly to develop? I mean, it seems like the the kind of confusion of tensions that could turn a trade war into into a more serious conflict. Well, we are getting into very tricky territory the the and the cost the beginning to moan. I mean, we've seen in the United States that Donald Trump is getting ready, a twelve billion dollar package to help out the farmers in the midwest whose businesses have been destroyed by the soy tariffs that China has imposed. He's threatening another two hundred billion tariffs on another two hundred billions worth of Chinese goods. The Chinese at the moment is staying relatively quiet. But the suspicion is that when the next round retaliation, they will double this point terrorists sooner. Raising costs from both sides and and more worrying that there doesn't seem to be any mechanism for talking right now. So China is trying to realign with things. Things like, you know, closer and brace if the European Union, the European Union, meanwhile has has signed dre deal with Japan last week, and those who are who are targeted by the United States are trying to shore up the WTO which seems to be one of the term targets of Trump's policy..

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"bill hilton" Discussed on Monocle 24: Midori House

Monocle 24: Midori House

01:37 min | 3 years ago

"bill hilton" Discussed on Monocle 24: Midori House

"Thank you for overcoming film any aggressions and so many lives nncholas maduro wins venezuela's presidential election but anyone else really have a chance my guest is about hilton and i've gabe will be discussing this and the day's other top stories including the latest televised showdown between the people who ping to become the next president of mexico the revealing of italy's new prime minister and the reason that cohabitation and marriage are no longer going together like a horse and carriage in hong kong that's coming up on madeira house on monocle twenty four right now so welcome to the dory house my guests today is bill hilton editor china dialogue and iva gabe professor of political journalism at the university of sussex welcome both and we start in venezuela where to the surprise of nobody at all president nicolas maduro has been returned to office winning another six year term with sixty seven point seven percent of the vote equally predictably his opponents are claiming that the poll was fixed the main opposition candidate henry and henry falcon rather has caused for new cold for new elections if one continues to bet with form venezuela's many problems seem likely to worsen after years of profligate mismanagement by madero the country has the world's highest inflation rate plus shortages of food medicine and increasingly shortages of venezuelans who possessed the wherewithal to leave the country is about is this this is presumably good news nncholas maduro is good news for anybody else and not really know i mean he's.

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"bill hilton" Discussed on Mornings with Keyshawn, Jorge & LZ

Mornings with Keyshawn, Jorge & LZ

01:47 min | 3 years ago

"bill hilton" Discussed on Mornings with Keyshawn, Jorge & LZ

"Yeah oh renting so he's flip it good in a house would go so whatever somebody died in do believe it goes no i don't know i do not i do not believe in worker you by ten o'clock we go believe so john smoltz was on gulligan wing goes mike and mike maybe maybe i'm sure he doesn't all those world series losses that they had with the atlanta braves but he talked about cling kershaw's injury the tendonitis on the bicep here's john had to say earlier this morning tendonitis it's it's probably one of those things that you're not as overly concerned about and you know you can get what's considered a tired arm or in this case a little bit of tendonitis in up that's fine because that that will you have the ability to we used to talk about the hot and cold of where you're just trying to flush the inflammation in that area and and bicep tendonitis is something that you know i think every pitcher at some point might feel like they have but it goes away pretty quickly and and you're not as concerned about that yeah so he's not a big deal i mean i would tend tonight's is in terms of we're bicep tendonitis i don't know what it is really wow 'cause i i mean clean bill hilton when i played that's amazing because for someone that played football that's wild to thing that you've never tonight is common.

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"bill hilton" Discussed on Monocle 24: The Briefing

Monocle 24: The Briefing

01:59 min | 4 years ago

"bill hilton" Discussed on Monocle 24: The Briefing

"The agreements under oil started gushing and that scene of course the oil price slump which is the last thing that these countries ones so the idea is that they was taper the reductions a disick on the smooth the uh the end of the cuts but moment we think the cuts in oil production will gone to the end of 2018 that so far the cuts had really been a great success the oil prices being bobbing around the fifty to sixty dollars a barrel mark for some time now that is pretty cheap is not an absolute collapse in prices but he certainly isn't the pse at a price that a lot of these cell oildependent countries would like to see uh you know that they funds that government spending tali boy of oil revenue so they read in the the whole process to be just a little bit higher thank you very much for that that was bloomberg's you and pulse joining us before the briefing nineteen owed foyer in of beijing 1205 you're in london and 705 am in new york sisi xi jinping has become china's most powerful leader seeing this chairman mao off to the country's ruling communist policy voted to enshrine his name and ideology in its costitution let's get the latest on these with these bill hilton who is the answer of join a dialogue isabelle welcome to the program so what does all this mean in practice well it mean rag xi jinping is now the outcome commit arbitaray tying a direction porter foreseeable future issue think you know how few people have actually for treatment the constitution at your thankfully mallon heating pin parody could la under direct him that he sack yuming that he had ruined the party in power it direction a kike pin fat now there for for decades and so far no no other leader with the exception of chairman mao odds odds of their philosophy described us thoughts but that is indeed the case with xi jinping now so how would you describe peace thoughts.

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"bill hilton" Discussed on Channel 33

Channel 33

01:49 min | 4 years ago

"bill hilton" Discussed on Channel 33

"Uh my choices easy and i met my because i've read this for one thousand continuous you know nights in road bedtime national geographic for kids man die right after highlights get the hell out in the press box in the ring podcast network david as an emergency edition of the press box and exert here do i sound like stool president a yes is an emergency press conference by god espn needed us more than we need them so the press folks is our media podcast i bread curtis ring a writer he's david shoemaker ringer our director podcasts her writer everything and we were in the office to they because there's tons of sports media news sports media has crawled out of the sub basement of american journalism today we rule frontpage baby let's take this podcast global man three topics today never would barstool cancelled number two these are everybody knows it ability of need a set athletic guy sounds like a dick and number three terrell hills back yes hill as the number three sports media story of the day she threw away a year that nobody is happy happier trust me the bill hilton upbeat not number one or number two slot all right let's start with number what barstool van talk the late night tuesday program about which so much has been written uh got cancelled after one week today and here's the espn president john skipper in a in a statement while we had approval of the content of the show i aired in the suming we could distance our efforts from the barstools site and it's konta which pretty much sums it up right right.

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