5 Burst results for "Brexit Camp"

"brexit camp" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

03:59 min | 6 months ago

"brexit camp" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"Look at the latest polls as you were mentioning since September is had a steady rise in the polls and even surpass 9 lepen at some point we could clearly be disruptive in the first round even though the two round system in France makes him actually difficult for him to be elected in the second round In fact the last two weeks popularity has been a slightly fading but he's a strength that he appeals to both the anti immigrant low income popular class and also the very conservative patric marine le pen has accused him of actually dividing the national camp and helping president him on your macro to get reelected so here's what you replied when I asked him about that There's nothing divisive Everyone is allowed to present themselves We're not talking about a parliamentary regime like in England where only political parties have campaigns It's a French situation of course people will choose We'll see who will be at the second round It's as simple as that It's called democracy And it's called the election of the president of the republic with universal suffrage The Republican candidate will also be chosen in the primary on December 4th So that would be also something to watch for the next presidential elections in pharma times Apparently you've touched on some of this What are the realistic prospects for some more at this point As he looks potentially to take on a Manny Macron in 5 months time So he's been very vocal about immigration as mentioned something that appeals to different categories of the French population that he has been convicted several times for hate speech Which of course cares the mainstream write and the mainstream electorate And in fact when you ask him about the economy and about other subjects an immigration he doesn't really have a clear views on economic issues such as inflation or supply chain He was very skeptical of the ECB increasing legal during my interview but he is answering inflation wasn't clear It's not clear whether he supports rising rates He was also comparing himself to Boris Johnson and the pro Brexit camp even though he's been dumped that the French Trump because of his views on the immigration and his controversial ties to clearly does appear appeal to some very conservative circles but because he doesn't really answer on very clearly on other things than immigration is going to be how to widen the electorate in France Okay Yeah well let's see if the more is pinned down on some of the other major issues that one would have to deal with is as president two in the coming months I know that you'll continue to follow it for us Caroline really great interview with Eriksen Moore for us We both Caroline akona there who sat down with eczema when he was actually on a trip to London Yes okay let's go more in terms of the global news With Leon Darren's left Tom good morning and thank you Now as protests erupt across Europe against tighter COVID restrictions the health secretary Sajid javid has rejected the idea that Britain could make vaccines compulsory He said it's not something the UK would consider Taking a vaccine should be a positive choice It should be something that if people are a bit reluctant that we should work with them and encourage them So with the exception of what we've done for example with healthcare and social care which is very different you're choosing to work with vulnerable people in terms of requiring mandatory vaccination for the general population I don't think that's something we would ever look at Javad also reiterated that there's no need yet for the UK to.

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"brexit camp" Discussed on The Art Newspaper Weekly

The Art Newspaper Weekly

04:28 min | 1 year ago

"brexit camp" Discussed on The Art Newspaper Weekly

"I'm joined by two experts to discuss where we are with brexit and how it will affect the market and for this episode work of the week the curators never wakefield tells us about the planks made by john mccracken. You suddenly gained a new audience because he was initially remained to be behind that shiny monolith in the utah desert before that. The holidays are two weeks away so why not gift. A subscription to the newspaper you can save up to forty percent when you buy a subscription for a friend colleague or indeed for yourself between the digital only subscription full and immediate access to a website an app or the complete subscription all the benefits of the digital only subscription plus the monthly printed newspaper delivered direct to. You do go to the art newspaper. Dot com and click on the subscribe. Link the top left of the page now despite the coronavirus pandemic the uk <unk>. Fast to its intention to strike a trade deal with the european union by the end of twenty twenty so talks intensified over recent weeks but at the time of recording no deal has been struck and the uk and remain far apart according to us your phone delay and the president of the european commission the worst case scenario unless you a hard line. Brexit camp owner is deal and that remains a possibility but how autrey be affected to find out i asked the writer and art market specialist ivan question and former. Mvp current chief executive of the british chamber of commerce in brussels daniel donaldson daniel before we talk specifically about the art trade and brexit's effects. Let's let let's get a state of play. Where do you see the negotiations now. Well i'm actually still pretty positive. I think actually more or less the deal is done. The question now is how will that date is choreographed. On both sides of the channel to ensure the politically they can get through on both sides. So i actually think the deal was probably more or less agreed at the start of the week. The question now is the uk gay some concessions on northern ireland earlier in the week. I think that was the first stage. The prime minister met with commissioner of on the land on wednesday night. And i think that also was the next stage of of <hes>. Of this i think you will find that. The eu will grant some concessions on the level playing field over the weekend and the uk will grant some concessions on fish. I'm then. I think we will more or less dale semi. That's the feeling that the <hes>. Getting in brussels now this could all still <hes>. Blow up <hes>. You know the politics of this is still very very delicate. But i think contrary probably what you you see in in some of the media online. Pretty confident that we're still on course for a deal early next week. What do you make these contingency announcements from the that. We're talking on thursday lunchtime in the uk and this morning. The have set out some some aspects of sort of contingency planning. I suppose the portents of that suggests that that no deal was more likely but do you think that's a bit of a smokescreen. Then i think the you is just covering it. It's back because it did the same thing before march last year when when there was the first deadline anthony e you needs to make sure from its point of view that certain things can continue in the case of no deal so for example. Airline routes can continue. Some of these sort of things need to be done so these are more or less the same contingency measures that they put in place just over a year ago when we had that first potential <hes>. Deal situation. i'm i do think also that <hes>. You know given the fact that this is going roy down to the wire at this puts a little bit more pressure on the uk to make sure that you know if they were gonna be concessions made. They need to be made very soon. Okay i've what do you think the chief concerns of the art trade are what what information do they need. And what guarantees. They need for this to be something that will stop panic and allow them to continue to trade in the way that they would like to. So i've actually been speaking to people on the ground on what we've been getting a lot. Actually in the market media is <hes>. A lot of detailed from trade associations and from lawyers and shippers. And that's what we haven't been getting is what is happening on the ground. How do people feel so. That's what i've been focusing on and actually the biggest thing is obviously uncertainty. The most interesting thing to me was. I couldn't find any panic anywhere

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Brexit: what would no deal mean for the art market?

The Art Newspaper Weekly

04:28 min | 1 year ago

Brexit: what would no deal mean for the art market?

"I'm joined by two experts to discuss where we are with brexit and how it will affect the market and for this episode work of the week the curators never wakefield tells us about the planks made by john mccracken. You suddenly gained a new audience because he was initially remained to be behind that shiny monolith in the utah desert before that. The holidays are two weeks away so why not gift. A subscription to the newspaper you can save up to forty percent when you buy a subscription for a friend colleague or indeed for yourself between the digital only subscription full and immediate access to a website an app or the complete subscription all the benefits of the digital only subscription plus the monthly printed newspaper delivered direct to. You do go to the art newspaper. Dot com and click on the subscribe. Link the top left of the page now despite the coronavirus pandemic the uk Fast to its intention to strike a trade deal with the european union by the end of twenty twenty so talks intensified over recent weeks but at the time of recording no deal has been struck and the uk and remain far apart according to us your phone delay and the president of the european commission the worst case scenario unless you a hard line. Brexit camp owner is deal and that remains a possibility but how autrey be affected to find out i asked the writer and art market specialist ivan question and former. Mvp current chief executive of the british chamber of commerce in brussels daniel donaldson daniel before we talk specifically about the art trade and brexit's effects. Let's let let's get a state of play. Where do you see the negotiations now. Well i'm actually still pretty positive. I think actually more or less the deal is done. The question now is how will that date is choreographed. On both sides of the channel to ensure the politically they can get through on both sides. So i actually think the deal was probably more or less agreed at the start of the week. The question now is the uk gay some concessions on northern ireland earlier in the week. I think that was the first stage. The prime minister met with commissioner of on the land on wednesday night. And i think that also was the next stage of of Of this i think you will find that. The eu will grant some concessions on the level playing field over the weekend and the uk will grant some concessions on fish. I'm then. I think we will more or less dale semi. That's the feeling that the Getting in brussels now this could all still Blow up You know the politics of this is still very very delicate. But i think contrary probably what you you see in in some of the media online. Pretty confident that we're still on course for a deal early next week. What do you make these contingency announcements from the that. We're talking on thursday lunchtime in the uk and this morning. The have set out some some aspects of sort of contingency planning. I suppose the portents of that suggests that that no deal was more likely but do you think that's a bit of a smokescreen. Then i think the you is just covering it. It's back because it did the same thing before march last year when when there was the first deadline anthony e you needs to make sure from its point of view that certain things can continue in the case of no deal so for example. Airline routes can continue. Some of these sort of things need to be done so these are more or less the same contingency measures that they put in place just over a year ago when we had that first potential Deal situation. i'm i do think also that You know given the fact that this is going roy down to the wire at this puts a little bit more pressure on the uk to make sure that you know if they were gonna be concessions made. They need to be made very soon. Okay i've what do you think the chief concerns of the art trade are what what information do they need. And what guarantees. They need for this to be something that will stop panic and allow them to continue to trade in the way that they would like to. So i've actually been speaking to people on the ground on what we've been getting a lot. Actually in the market media is A lot of detailed from trade associations and from lawyers and shippers. And that's what we haven't been getting is what is happening on the ground. How do people feel so. That's what i've been focusing on and actually the biggest thing is obviously uncertainty. The most interesting thing to me was. I couldn't find any panic anywhere

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"brexit camp" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

03:19 min | 3 years ago

"brexit camp" Discussed on KQED Radio

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"brexit camp" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

02:44 min | 3 years ago

"brexit camp" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"Brexit deal. Just as lawmakers begin to design a rival plan. Staunch critic Jacob breeze mog has appeared to shift position saying that while he doesn't like May's deal. It is better than not leaving the EU at all parliament is set to vote on alternatives to the deal later today after taking control of the process joining us now is Bloomberg's senior international editor Jodi Schneider. Jodi, walk me through the thinking here because we've had several instances now of MP's of all political stripes, not just shooting down to resumes plan, but really being quite vociferous in their criticism of it. What is different this time around, and what are the signs that they are actually starting to get on board with her plan? I think the best way to think about it is that for them for some of them. It's the least bad deal that as the process moves forward now. And this rival plans will be voted upon. They will all almost all softened Brad set, or in some cases, cancel it. They see her plan, which they still don't like and speak and are speaking against but some of them including Johnson and Jacob. Are saying well, we'll we'll take a look at this. Now, it will come at the price Boris Johnson. Who would be a contender for Theresa May's job has said that he wants to see a significant changes in strategy about how the negotiations go which seems to be indicating that he doesn't want her to be behind those changes. But basically this point they're looking at this as a way out of a situation that is difficult. So what are the options they come back on the table? If this deal does not go through. Yeah. So if this deal is not approved by Friday. The choices really are tough. The there's not much choice. One is to delay the process, and it could be a significant delay could be more than a year or two leave on the new deadline of April twelfth with no deal. The no deal Brexit, which even those who have complained a lot about Theresa May's plan. Don't want to see happen. There's very little support for no deal at Brexit, given the potential economic consequences that that could bring so at this point, it's come up with something or could be delayed. And of course, a delay would be very difficult for the pro Brexit camp. Because a lot could happen in that time, including no, no Brexit are right. We'll have to leave it there. Bloomberg's senior international editor Jodi Schneider. Thank you so much for walking us through the labyrinth ins and outs of Brexit up next. The US national security team is divided over.

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