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Energy prices spike after Saudi oil attack.
"Coming up on the news energy prices spike after Saudi oil attack as US blames. Iran brexit is a nightmare says Luxembourg prime minister mm-hmm and Americans are waking up two thirds say climate crisis must be addressed. It's Monday September ten sixteen. I'm Anthony Davis global energy prices spiked today today. Bhai a percentage unseen since the nineteen ninety-one Gulf War after a weekend attack on key oil facilities in Saudi Arabia caused the worst disruption. Shen to world supplies on recode further fuelling heightened tensions between Iran and the US American officials released satellite images of the damage at the heart aww kingdoms crucial ABC hike oil processing plant alleging the pattern of destruction suggested Saturday's attack came from either Iraq or Iran rather than in Yemen as claimed by Iranian backed. Houthi rebels there a Saudi military spokesman later made the same accusation alleging Iranian weapons had been used in the assault old. Iran rejected the allegations with the government spokesman saying now they were absolutely no chance for hope for meeting between Iranian President Hassan Ronnie and President Donald Trump the UN general assembly next week for his part trump sent mixed signals saying his lockton loaded the government waited for Saudi confirmation of Iran being behind the attack while later tweeting that the US didn't need Middle East oil but will help allies the tensions have led to fears that action on any side could rapidly escalate confrontation. That's been raging just below the surface in the wider Persian Gulf in in recent months British Prime Minister Boris Johnson has claimed after a meeting with European Commission Russian President Jean Claude Juncker that there is a good chance of Brexit deal with the European Union Johnson said I can see the shape of an agreement but it will require choir movement from the EU the EU in contrast says Britain must move and produce concrete proposals to overcome differences over the Irish boarder that have so far blocked deal. They said Britain has yet to offer any legally operational plans. Johnson gave an on camera statement outside the British Embassy in Luxembourg after a planned news conference alongside Prime Minister Heavy Patel was cancelled after Johnson refused to appeared to noisy protesters Luxemburg's. PM went ahead anyway effectively empty chairing his guest a one point he even gestured at the space where Johnson was supposed to be standing. Battelle said Brexit was a night math E. U. Citizens and that talks of brexit negotiations were unfounded at several points he was loudly applauded by the protest is is because they felt he was articulating their anger. Meanwhile in the UK the Liberal Democrat Party have pledged to cancel Brexit if they come to power at the next general election members voted for the new policy at their party conference in Bulma by an overwhelming majority previously the party is backed another referendum the people's vote saying they would campaign to remain in the EU after the votes their leader Jo Swinson said we will do all we can to fight for our place in Europe and to stop brexit altogether extreme events links is to climate change such as the heat wave in Europe this year are occurring sooner than expected an ex chief scientist said Professor David King says he's been scanned scanned by the number of extreme events and he called for the UK to advance its climate targets Bhai ten years but the UN's weather chief said using words like scared could make young people depressed and anxious campaign is argue that people won't act unless they feel fearful professor king referred especially to the loss of land ice and sea ice and to the weather extremes in which he said warming probably played a role. The physicists Professor Joe Hague from Imperial College. London said David David King is right to be scared. I'm scared to we do the analysis. We think what's going to happen then. Publish it in a very scientific way then we have a human response to that and it is scary. Two thirds of Americans believe climate change is either a crisis or a serious problem with a majority. Rt Now wanting immediate action to address global heating and it's damaging consequences major new polling has found Americans are finally beginning to wake up to the existential threat that the climate crisis possesses to our society said Margaret Klein Salomon a clinical psychologist and founder of the climate mobilization realize ation project. This is huge progress for our movement and it's young people that have been primarily responsible while nearly seven in ten. 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"british embassy" Discussed on KDWN 720AM
"Before his plea deal. defense attorney argue details about former FBI director James Comey ambush interview Flynn were only revealed to his lawyers because call me was bragging about it on TV. there is a letter. apparently from the British embassy that completely discredits Christopher steel you remember Christopher steel as being the. with the British agent the spy who is behind the dossier paid for by the Clintons of course. winds attorney argued that the department of justice used a Turkish meeting to threaten him with a foreign agents registration act violation despite Flynn telling the defense intelligence agency about the meeting before hand. there is a thirty said Flynn passed a polygraph test in April twenty sixteen. arguing there is evidence of a pre existing investigation into foreign. I tell you I mean the dirtiness the tricks of the FBI plane here and and and still does play is an attempt to try to get everybody of department of justice it's a shame matter really honestly tanks and have an otherwise outstanding agency but we have some very very bad actors here don't give a damn about civil liberties don't give a damn about the bill of rights don't care about somebody's ability to stand up in court and be able to defend themselves from their government it again we're not even supposed to prove our innocence they have to prove our guilt. but then when they withhold evidence it makes it very difficult for us to do that right. very difficult for us to even just be able to to show that we have done nothing wrong. and then when they come over and they say well if you don't admit to this we're going to get you on that and then you're going to prison. the judge set a tentative sentencing hearing for December eighteenth so we shall watch that what thirty Trixie's people play BR seven people the top always get away with that call me gets away with it call me gets away with the others got away the cave gets away with it Peter struck gets away with at least a page gets away with it. Jim Jordan congressman Jim Jordan said. evidence is gonna come out very soon to show that there were absolutely lies that were written down as a justification for getting the warrants to spy on Carter page. in violation of his constitutional rights and also of an abuse of the foreign intelligence surveillance act the FISA courts. so much of this went on so much of this just absolute trashing of people's liberties and if you had a medium is country that actually cared about getting to the bottom of this they would be talking about that nonstop they be asking about this abuse of Michael Flynn civil liberties that the government withhold evidence the government lied to him to the ever do all of these things because they wanted his guilty plea and did they violate the law in doing so I mean those are pretty relevant questions I have to ask. backhoe cares let's talk about let's talk about of something else you know anything else regarding trump let's talk about whether or not he fired Bolton bolting quit over and over and over again back and forth back and forth that'll be all day tomorrow and tonight do a little bit and then I eight seven seven three eight one three eight one one on the mark live in show I'll tell you and this is very important to know this is very important. we're watching a special election here in North Carolina was the media's very described this will be the this will be the tipping point we'll see now what happens in the special election the ninth district I'll tell you that of the Republican wins they'll say it was a local election and it doesn't matter it's not a referendum on the president but if you lose is better absolutely be a referendum on the president that's just what you need to know that analysis right there is all you need which is the only in for the great one mark of income and right back. van..
"british embassy" Discussed on Men In Blazers
"Invention since constitutional democracy and now that both jerry king. I'm joking. I'm joking way. Nope we wait. We by jimmy me up. David bring on someone. I actually i about me with joy. I'm about to cheer you up in a major way. I'm about to cheer everybody up. If you've had a bad day at work on next guy is a bona fide american hero born in the queen city of cincinnati she skyline in chile messy. She emerged as the breakout star of the two thousand nineteen world cup. Let's just say the entire nation of england is is still recovering from her nutmeg many bright in the semifinal aw slotted right between neville chamberlain's peace in our time speech and jaime valdes experiments with cordrays ordinaries on the list of things england might never live down on the roads darks will on the bitter end of her hurricane ain't like banger in the final. Please welcome to the stage. A peerless midfielder from your washington spirit and women's national tame rose the embassy stop hiding in the kitchens. They're very worried that it's going to be taken back whenever going to be invited back here again but i will. I just say that every year rose the television shakes. We have to recruit for all universities just pathetic the second time lavelle you are such a human joy to watch you play to spend time watching you on the field to spend time with you off the field. It's like a bolt of optimistic positive wonder the world needs more more that right now. The joy of winning the world cup dimmed the toll since july seventh or did you just wake up every single morning. Look in your diary. Remember you and just feel amazing. No it's really weird. It has a didn't ever early hit me breaks. Look in your diary to remember that you want it. Breaking news you win the world cup italian guys carries. It is not fully aware no only breaking news not only did the united states when the world cup you score the bangor in the final it. I was just waiting for rose's reaction to that. She's looking thinking yup. Won the world cup okay. I want to go back to the beginning rose. You started playing football at the age of five. You've got such such a singular style on the field. They fearless. That was your team in the fee for here's the u._s. Starting eleven raise lavelle lists creativity so much source. You got the ball on a string but you're not afraid to get stuck in what i like about you. Where did you develop all of those soccer skills well. When i was growing up i had this little english trainer. His name was neil. Who's an everton fan. How yeah how did you just wonder how little we talking <hes> and he's probably like five six. I don't know i'm really probably hype short but he joined join in england by the way up north. He must have like no more. We didn't know and the ad is vegetables snail. Yeah and i always say he's is the reason i fell in love with the game. I feel like he just made it really fun for me. How did he make it fun. <hes> i would go to practice and he'd always liked challenged me to be in my backyard. You're getting more juggles or trying out move so he was great and he told you he didn't succeed. You'd be innocent fan but when you were a kid. I love this about you to deliver your third grade book report. You dressed up as mia hamm the this is the greatest compliment one of the most remarkable moments when i read this your teacher zsa already worried about how much time you were dedicating to the sport you love told your mother. She's gonna grow up to be a professional soccer player right. It's not true. I didn't really know that. She said that but apparently.
"british embassy" Discussed on Men In Blazers
"Seem to rediscover your joy for the game in the process while creating so many moments that way interact collective memories none more than long range holy crap crap one district number three from d._c. United versus all landau city june twenty six of this yeah yeah two thousand and one thousand nine odom ally in the tenth minute. Let's take a look by canals pinballs rony <music>. It all comes out you take three steps. Ah dispatch the wolf blitzer. You told me afterwards you knew you. Were going to do this a couple of minutes before you execute it because you see new orlando. Goalkeeper leaper was pushing up you. Essentially you're waiting for this moment. Yes in the goalkeeper three four minutes before and i remember thinking of why is he standing. There was no he was so far out in if a ball fell like the like the ball in new orleans to do with the one. I have to get a bit more height on two of the past them so again. You did it through american. Eh american there is different than english wait. It's like you got to compute home. You variables. I was laughing early because alexi lalas called data tappin by the way in the school that goal is the crowd's reaction different run of the mill tapping overhead or is there a sense of shock disbelief like the crowd of had announced about experience because you i do receive that moment where the crowd role when they give it. Is it a different kind of raw. It is and i've said it before in with certain goals which have it's called. Sometimes when you playing football it's it's almost like he played on the water and and then when you scored like you offer breath and that's that's what feels very confused like you've come up with that bretton. You can feel all the funds you can feel you teammate at that moment so special moment so so that so the reaction that you you felt of goals. He scored in your life. What was the one that was the sharpest. That was the most coming out water. The overhead kick yelled for england overcook into monte. You told me something lovely. I lost you on the podcast walk. Go see your head as the ball flies towards the net. You told me you think the goalkeeper. You don't want to embarrass them. You'll leave thoughts up. Ball is flying in. It's trajectory towards the net. What do you think you say yeah. There's a few things first of all you can please go in and then after it goes in. I don't know why so so. I always think of like last call. I always think who've the goalkeeper in there's gonna be some pictures of them going on it's him. I don't know why i think right. After the game one of my teammates show me a picture and you keep was was flying through through the election so you you told me you think died. Just don't just let it go. Nagai of these shows used stood the goalkeeper's watching wayne when he hits those just admire you light the rest of us three remarkable. Go go three remarkable goals his son. I take from them to be candidate. You've told me this from our conversations. Don't be afraid to make mistakes coma. Let fear of failure inhibit habitue. There's moments in games that count you said to me get those right. No one will remember those mistakes ultimately. That's a lesson for life right. Yeah of of course throughout life obviously have made mistakes. Everyone makes mistakes. I think you have to go with the instinct and and you have to take moment certainly football team moment when the common nothing of the consequences and and then when the moment kamov.
"british embassy" Discussed on Men In Blazers
"For the twenty first century century equivalent of fireside chats. We're robbery muster the f._d._a. Ro any musty funds here. Why we watch must be tonight. We're going to celebrate with pies. Did we mentioned beers and some very very special guests including a a premier league legend and a recent world cup winner jeff two separate people both of whom play in your hometown it is a true on a to be here to celebrate the game we love and its growth across america in the country we love. Let's kick this off with producer rachel coming to the stage for a photo butts up in the people when a radio everyone savor one everyone say well diaz say is on the rated in the special relationship. All of those things okay rajaa david before we get to the football david. You've you've difficult me that before what is going on with you name wrong. It's been a long day. You did the whole thing and then you call me david. We'll always remember this night. Okay before we get to the football roach. That's tequila. Can we have a toast won't arrays this first birth of the day so watching the premier league together the emotions allows us to experience and the collective memories the game forges positive joyous occasionally a bit thought to be honest but once filled of say sing is in the british embassy say the one of the joys of my posture dave was traveling with you and producer lisa jay dubb's to london last november to visit britain and experience the primarily.
"british embassy" Discussed on Men In Blazers
"That's a borrow some money from birmingham if you're running sunderland you're looking at performance me yeah. It's not that linden gooch police say two thousand twenty they want. I will say the goods. It didn't look overruled not not a lot of evidence earnings. You look at them in panic when they made their debut but i will say report. Ooh this fellow players is yet to be really evidence and he's had a whole preseason not surprise me. You could tell the that doesn't know their runs yet or is decision making surrey because he's putting himself under so much pressure. Let's just say it wasn't a surprise when he was yellow hasn't had an entire preseason came a little bit late and i think you've got a lot of looking candidate. Definitely not fit had moments of magic green but like he's not fully fit yet probably chelsea's best midfielder ruben left cheek not fit yet callum hudson doi who will be competition four pulisic not fit yeah antonio route not like there are some other pieces that in the coming thing making matt has a son george by the way it goes on but he's he's like well. He's he's really good-looking. Mason mount really good-looking. He's a football he can get behind. I think we're gonna tell george choose. I was saying oh mateen. It looks like my age. She could be could be older. Boy school lamport at the end of the gay lumpar young frank is broad repeatedly and patronisingly can't referring tearing admitted eclipse the nicest adjective. That's been putting in front of frank on this podcast amazing. They lump admitted he'd taken more positives from the four nil loss old trafford the oil that they may i point in charge you feel the same <hes> no not entirely but i do know why he said it and remember he's still motivating his team and trying to and this was a bit messy. It was a bit messy say look. It's also tough. They came off supercup. They didn't have an enormous amount of stuff that that was a long flight to istanbul. That was a tough game that went to extra time eight performance and that must have been eight. Maybe maybe maybe young frank is just he was just him only good in the super cups franck honeymooner uber for young frank. No the rich sheffield united way. I will say to fail this food right now. In the season o'brady very yeah go to wait to judge chelsea until after those games i would say at least one victory required yeah but what a tough opening they've had a way old trafford livable the european champions in the supercup and then lester who you have going into the top four four at home and by the way credit last. Let's look really really good in this game and credit brought who have ridiculed with strong but certainly made fun of you just pointed with but lester a very very good football team back. What a good football team southampton one liverpool to less than seventy two hours after that glorious supercup penalty shootout victory over chelsea new stumble a leggy liverpool do a job on the south coast to blinkers from saudi-omani and i'm poppy chompers paper over a shocking late era from adrian rogers. They've routine clearance off former liverpool man. This is my favorite things goal of all time and into his own net liverpool now on eleven straight primarily games routes supercop pango the worst give people at the supercup hangover right david liverpool clearly suffering from one in the early exchanges southampton. They could've three goals before manai punished his old teammates avai sizzling sizzling go proof the econ- spell woman eighteen without 'em and acute ducks in the game a nail biter down the stretch approach..
"british embassy" Discussed on Men In Blazers
"Through. Peps headed not sid you if you have an o._c._d. Workmate and you go into cubicle cruelly move a paper the clip of his tray. It's wrote for place that was how pep howled about tiny mistake a game of tiny mistakes that were punished. He antequera go into it on the sideline and mass twenty six tweet at us watching the gweru go and it was like watching english premier league version of westworld man cities robots are rebelling. Yes and we'd see these violent. Delights have violent ends because the game ended as annoy fight city two on david silver and reared moras of let bench. We're going to acknowledge out throwing. Those two plays in off you bench. It's astonishing. Any squad has the resources to do that. Thirty shots doc terrain down from city hugo lorries flawless football sentence we don't get to say too often and then the extraordinary climate staving extraordinary in which really the emotional and the clinical clashed ninety second minute gabrielle jay z. saudi school they win a ball went and i just so like ohio state at attempted to trademark trademark the world the told them hotspur now got a real claim to trade more heartbreaking disappointment but what happened what happened and and how do you understand what i'm gonna gonna come this a little bit circuitously raj so enough produced a few television game shows in my time auto purist. I do not enjoy relation till the twentieth anniversary runaway a few wants to me molina. Thank you so much change television well. Why didn't that show did the but anyway i like rules like game show rules and game show show rules and i believe in the iterative process you set up a game show and you develop rules and you testimony you test some new tests and you test them and when a network executive for example l. gives you a tiny little note to change the rule of always the first person put hands says yet that might fix one problem but it's going to cause you a much bigger problem somewhere else this this isn't really about this is about the handle rule changes and it's this crazy inequitable thing where hamble by an offensive play in the box. It's an inadvertent handle that leads to goalscoring opportunity also a goal the port unintentional on the way through the ball made its way out really moving in any other different direction direction towards the hungry clinical jesus that is judged to be an infraction whereas if it'd come off the defensive player in the same way in the box it would not have been an infraction for the defensive it makes really no sense and it seems to be against the spirit that something that is a foul or infraction for an offensive team infraction for the defensive team. Var is simply gives the accuracy to call it as it happened. Vall was right based on the interpretation of the role it had to be overturned but it just does not seem like football roach. I mean for the only three letters in the world more powerful than you even g. o. d. and w t.f north powerful as v. a. r. j. dubs. It's producer jay. Dubb's texted me. Michael lavar as the referee was booed off failed for doing his job and you critics say the new humble rule is executed by evolved robes. The spirit of some of its naturalness is joy at rocky three. Oh seven tweeted us to say i've never seen a sport so intent on taking away some some of its most exciting moments for trivial infractions yeah absolutely and by the way i would have less problem if it hits a defensive player inadvertently and that would automatically massively be a penalty the i'd have less problem with inequality equity of the whole thing. That just seems so wrong. I want more goals in football not less goals goals as far as the rules given. I don't want more goals taken away. They were saying.
Hong Kong, China NPR And Emily Fang discussed on Morning Edition
"The British foreign office says it seeking more information about a Hong Kong consulate employee whose possibly being detained in mainland China NPR's Emily Fang has more the British embassy in Beijing said today it is looking into reports that one of its Hong Kong consulate employees was detained when he was returning from Hong Kong to mainland China eleven days ago things are tense right now between Beijing and Hong Kong because of mass pro democracy protests which are now in their third month and that want to lessen Beijing's control over the
British-Iranian Woman Is Moved From Tehran Jail to Psychiatric Hospital
"The husband's all of the British Iranian woman doesn't in cigar Iraq if he was jailed in Iran and twenty sixteen says that she's been transferred to a psychiatric ward should practice size military personnel are preventing family visits she's being detained on spying charges which she and Britain's government say all falls on correspondent Caroline Holly has no more than three years in jail have taken a huge physical and psychological toll on NASA needs to Gary Ratliff she went on hunger strike last month and has been pushing for proper medical treatment including for her mental health now her family say she's been taken from prison to the psychiatric ward of the Tehran hospital but they've been unable to visit her or speak to her by phone according to her husband Richard her father tend to to see her but was blocked by members of Iran's revolutionary guard who controlling access to how would her family is concerned for her welfare intervals the British embassy to try to visit her but relations between Britain and Iran difficult to the best of times on the new strain Iran reacted with fury to the seizure of a tanker carrying Iranian oil of Gibraltar early this month so the authorities are unlikely to be in an accommodating
"british embassy" Discussed on The Full 48
"Go outside on wall off my dad goes to market, they spit on his face or my sister really can go to school because her last name is cancer. Then they know she's my sister in she given given a very hot time and did be get a lot of threats. I was thinking about changing my last name just because of that process that become an American citizen that it's very tough to change it. But once you do that if you change your name, maybe that eases a little bit of pressure on family. Yes as well. Can you clarify real quick? So you you you posted your travel documents on social media, and you held them up. I think on CNN too. Is that an American? There's not an American passport right travel document just be issued by the US. Yes. So the Turkish people Turkish government casts, my passport. So I don't know. I have no passport right now. But I have to travel document. I have my green card, so I can go to a loan British embassy and Chauvel men. Get him ISA. So that trouble document allow me to shoveled anywhere in the world. And so I'm trying to tell people it's not every such. I've until told the Knicks is not a visa because I thought seventy six you. Yeah. And then I and even even told the press issue, and then I sit down and talk them. It was okay. Look, this is my travel documents you can go anywhere anywhere in the world with that travel documents. So they said okay now, we got it. Yeah. No. That created a lot of confusion nicely less. Several days you're going to be a free agent this summer, whether you are still in New York or Sacramento somewhere. Are you concerned is Mark bartlestein agent. Correct. Is Mark concerned? Are are you concerned that all of this that we have been discussing may scare off some teams when you hit the market this summer. I think so I think I think it will. But like I said if you're talking about somebody issues, not they wanna go a like you, and it was that from the like. I said before definitely going to affect my career, and it will definitely affect the money. I will get I guess if you go you talk about this issues, you're not going to get huge endorsements. You're not gonna get big contracts. But what I'm doing it? But I and then I sit down again and think what I'm doing is is way more important than basketball, NBA, NBA contracts. You know? So that's why I'm I know it will scare you somethings. But I mean, I I believe in God. I think helped me. Yeah. There's I mean, look, there's there's you you, and I both know there's certain teams in the NBA who they're just afraid of controversy of anything like this. And they from you. But there are others that are embracing of that, and and might even be happy to bring you in as someone that they know is a a conscientious thoughtful person in addition to being pretty decent basketball player. Are you afraid that your defense might scare away? Yes. Yes. That might. Yes..
"british embassy" Discussed on FP's The Editor's Roundtable (The E.R.)
"We go upstairs to his room and five star hotel, and we called downstairs and we've five not just deductor, but a nerve the doctor comes. He takes one, look, my companions and says, we've gotta get an ambulance. You need to be in the hospital immediately. He looks at me and says, you can wait. The nurse began to help as did my colleagues wife who is in the hotel room had begun to. Help me wash up to determine the difference between that was which was my blood and that which was other people's blood. And as I waited for the doctor to come back, I was listening over the Radio Net. This is pre cell phone days and we all had these ugly. They were called lunchboxes hand held radios, and I could hear from the desperate chatter for help that we had a huge catastrophe on our hands, and I was trying to understand the scope of it as I waited for the doctor to come back and in the Meanwhile, I knew exactly what we needed to do because of that experience having been disaster das- on the other end of disasters in Washington, I knew how we needed to set up a crisis control group. I knew the kind of information we needed to get, and I was setting up a mental to do. List until the doctor came back. And I think now why in the world tonight just go back to the, I happen to be woman of huge commonsense. I wanted to be cleared for duty. I did not want to be a burden, right? I'm the passer I need to come in. So I'm in control. What does it mean to be cleared for duty? Can you explain what that means that I'm not in shock that I don't have anything so wrong with me that I'm going to elapse or require medical attention actually. And he said the, you know, the worst thing is split lip. You're going to have to get stitched up, but you don't have to get it stitched up immediately that medical Clarence I can go about my business and in fact, did wait to get my lipstick later. And what was your to do list find our people that is the first order of business, and we. Head taken refuge. Everybody who had been in the building feted blown up had now moved to a building in the suburbs, which agency for international development had been leasing and we had set up a crisis control room. There. I went really, the adrenaline was coursing through as I leaped up the stairs to the crisis control room. There were two colleagues from the British embassy behind me when I saw my office manager who had been she and I had been professionally together for years. She had no idea. I was alive. I had no idea. She was alive we through each other into each other. It's arms. And I said, where's the steno. Steno pad. First thing I did was to grab the telephone directory, the embassy telephone directory and handed it to. I don't know who and said, get teams and find all of our people, ordinary office workers formed teams and went through morgues and hospitals. How many office staff had there been how many people were working at the embassy? We in the embassy building, we probably had about a hundred and twenty. We suffered forty six people injured and many more wounded. So we suffered over fifty percent casualties and the people who went into the morgues and the hospitals were people who had been working in our building in the suburbs and therefore were were physically uninjured. But I can tell you as they spent days. Finding their colleagues Kenyan colleagues in particular, we lost twelve Americans and thirty four Kenyans to new. Imagine going and looking for your colleagues here in morgues in hospitals. And then while others set up a communication line to take the frantic phone calls of people who did not know the.
"british embassy" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM
"Spain that becoming quite angry they will say very frightened the pensioners are concerned i would have to say i mean when we first started this i just got and telephone calls and so what are we going to do it and they're going to sell and obviously you have to be on i don't know if you understand the patron which is like the electoral register that say of the council to entitle you to all sorts of the things that you need to if you're driving licence in your name a car in your name buy properties go to the doctors and the senate victoria westhead saying it's not that the british embassy in madrid isn't listening to them it's just a clear answers another emerging from negotiations in brussels weed seem distant and murky and slow very difficult because we don't actually have a legal taxed to work from behalf the draft withdrawal agreement i think will be some degree after we leave the european union of bilateral agreements as well to mark the areas that are not covered by the withdrawal agreement is approached by lots of people who've been so busy plumbing and plastering for the last thirty years that they've forgotten to pay any tax or registered with the spanish authorities to totally understandable oversight the work that's coming through now l people are beginning to realize that they really need to get the house in audrey in spain is our moose saying gallon the padron before we leave because the people that don't then they could be faced with a situation whereby they will have to prove that they have been resident and run around getting all the evidence together obviously we don't do that there could potentially be problems in the future everybody takes meet here give you an example of an issue which is yet to be explained or resolved or even anderson and steve hiatt have to rescue dogs rookie and meaner but the highest heavily british human passports the dogs are spanish with european travel documents so we'll they retain their fourlegged freedom of movement after brexit they might of course that the highest say it's the not knowing which is making life so hard for them like most things and breaks nobody thought it was going to happen so nobody actually investigated anything so they could say well if it happens this is what's going to happen i mean we've got the.
"british embassy" Discussed on BBC Radio 4
"One of the things we've just heard or is guilty of any crime do you suspect that the delay another we know at the moment in his visa represent some sort of crackdown in london well i'm not sure about that i think that that could have been some technical reasons for the delay because as we know that the british embassy in moscow was cop saying its size indefinitely their visas section suffered a lot so i think that given this exchange for expulsions public is difficult for the personnel on the embassy he had to issue all business in time definitely it is much more difficult to get the british visa today in russia than it was half a year ago now you have be one of those warning about effectively resume in the cold war without any of the old rules when you ham institute to to his committee saying it is time to crack down on corrupt russian mummy coming into the uk how'd you react well i think that the devil is indeed dials because it depends on how selective or how principle the british position will be on that but we know that money of allies of mr wooten parked in london but there is also mario which belong to the phone and so far mr in but these samahni might also be a corruption from dump all we know that people like cup boorda's brizo's can't some others found a shelter in london so my question is how selective for the british position thoughts all this money is likely to be well let's to do you think the government should be selective in other words it should identify people who are associated with the putin regime and say t's they and they in particular we'll talk it well look i think it's quite right that the uk should prioritize those who are a threat to our national security and get get to those who are guilty of financial crimes later i mean it's quite right that of course that we must prioritize our own secure you'd expect the british government to do nothing but that and so i think i think you'll you're russian interview is absolutely right that we must be very careful to be targeted hasn't happened in the polls when you've accused ministers in the pulse attorney blind it's simple as that you want to send a signal.
"british embassy" Discussed on KKOB 770 AM
"Oliver stone speaking of satan and we as we as we got a report that from our friend larry o'connor who's down at the british embassy for the protests over the twenty three month old baby who the state is going to snuff out because they've had enough of that annoying little twenty three month old and they're going to kill it because they're the state don't you know who they are and lives are all with the state because how else do you kill one hundred million people in one hundred years you know you know how do you start that's how it's like now in every march of a thousand miles begins with the first step you're gonna kill one hundred million people you begin by killing the first person and and the left they major in that they're good but speaking of satan oliver stone he made some movies and a couple of them were pretty good movies but he's a lunatic and i think everyone knows that his brain melted down long ago oliver stone is in iran iran iraq iran i speak very very fluent spanish he is there for a film festival everybody's they're all the hip kids are in tehran for the big film festival and and and while in iran iran they call us the great satan right and as the audio i played of president trump earlier pointed out iran isn't messing with us anymore not since obama left they're not setting their little boats out to circle around and ray set our worships and stuff because you know president trump order the little bearded lunatics blasted out of the water and even they don't wanna die that much just to get seventy two raisins i mean what good is seventytwo raisins gonna do you in paradise you're done in like three minutes and what about the virgins and the virgins they're never you just get the the raisins you know there are sunkissed there from california they're american there from the head of the beast so in iran they call us the great satan and all of that stuff so oliver stone who's kind of a typical hollywood liberal flies private tells everybody else to reduce their carbon carbon footprints and has giant mentioned like sprawling estate with servants who are undoubtedly illegal and he doesn't pay taxes or social security firm typical liberal but he went to iran for what's supposed to and they're.
"british embassy" Discussed on The Global Politico
"That they needed certain people who were in iran at the time and working with foreign institutions so the arrest that someone who was working weeds george sources open society institute john touch batch they arrested someone else who was advising um the british embassy at that time who samba song and they also arrested me at was working i was working guy four newsweek at the time and all the interrogation says that we went through all the torture that we went through was to prove this scenario that the revolutionary guards who wear who there were the people who wrested thus had in their head to concoct to this scenario that yes some of the reform is critics of the regime are in touch with the uh foreigners so when i was being tortured in evin prison in iran as as cell not very actually the similar to their role to the studios of the darkest video beer and i was being asked abuts how did i put certain reform its official in touch with the british embassy or we ted american diplomat at to them it didn't matter really uh gotta was lying they were they believe that's at the end of the day maybe not me but someone like me had put them in touch uh had put those reformists in touch with foreign powers and they wanted to prove that and that's why i went through a lot of pressure in order to come to a two on television and say that yes i put that person in touch with someone else so.
"british embassy" Discussed on WHO NewsRadio 1040 AM
"I'm john batchelor this is the john batchelor show pearl harbor christmas a world it more december 1941 stanley wine trump is the author said only a a churchill arise it theme at two in washington and he has dinner the first night at the white house is they're always the plan that he's going to stay at the white house and he gets to choose his batteries that made up by the privatised clear rigid quinn as churchill to promote information to washington was that he would say to british embassy and president roseville wanted to create a personal relationship between israel and invited him to save the white house not everyone on the in my party on the battleship could stay at the white house but several of churchill's closest aide and his doctor and his secretary stayed in the white house now we have to spend a moment here with what's going on throughout the world on christmas eve in manila macarthur who is commander of the philippine army is preparing to evacuate with his wife and child where are they going staff they're going to grigor door the fortified island in the middle of nowhere berry and they were going to declare manila an open city opened freely to the japanese to commend but the macarthur loyd to the american people and to islam government about oldest or he kept issuing communiques communique saying no word we're defeating the japanese were were driving off the landing force our tanks or our of are fighting against the enemy even have any tanks the fight against the enemy so his air force was destroying japanese ships half air force have been destroyed on the ground the very day of pearl harbor so uh but uh he provided a fantasy parallel reality uh to the american people and we did not know how bad things really work christmastime this is christmas eve hiking forty one cell remember as the sun moves it's it's morning in the pacific as it's still a december 23rd here so we're going to start moves through the lens of the world war here the philippines that's the across the.
"british embassy" Discussed on KSFO-AM
"Stories and more for thursday december seven two thousand seventeen on america's morning news president donald trump yesterday declared jerusalem as israel's capital officially delaying a twodecadelong policy where presidential administrations sign a legal waiver delaying the plans to move the us embassy from the holy city by six months pope francis added regards to jerusalem quotes i cannot silence my deep concern over the situation that has emerged in recent days at the same time i appeal strongly for all to respect the city's status quo in accordance with the relevant un resolutions united kingdom prime minister theresa may's said the uk government disagreed with the us decision which was quote unhelpful in terms of prospects for peace in the region and in a statement she said quotes the british embassy to israel is based in tel aviv and we have no plans to move it our position on the status of jerusalem is clear and longstanding it should be determined in the negotiated settlement between israelis and palestinians and jerusalem should ultimately be the shared capital of the israeli and palestinian states and in line with relevant un security council resolutions we regard east jerusalem as part of the occupied palestinian territories bear and german chancellor angela merkel spokesman said on twitter that britain quotes does not support this position because the status of jerusalem can only be negotiated within the framework of a two state solution here as palestinian president abbas through an interpreter mad that asia active lengthy then that experiencing a historic moment following the statements by the us administration regarding jerusalem the us administration with this statement has chosen to go against what dole the agreements all the international agreements bilateral agreements a levy and to ignore the international consensus as expressed by the position of the leaders of the world and here is is rarely prime minister benjamin netanyahu this is a historic day jerusalem has been the focus of our hopes our dreams are prayers for three millennia from every corner of the earth of people yearn to return to jerusalem where profoundly grateful for the president for his courageous injustices to recognize jerusalem as the capital of israel and to prepare for the.
"british embassy" Discussed on Monocle 24: The Briefing
"The targets of the group range from businessmen to diplomats and faster victim was this a cia station chief i thinking in the '70s and also an interior housing at british embassy defence attache and so he he's been neck for the us has been jailed inand highsecurity jail in athens the past 15 years and today the greek papers showed pictures of him exiting the prison looking meanest cheif will smiling and and i think i know that if he figures have been speaking out of the us ambassador to greece jeffrey preiod said day and that the decision was a dishonest namely the victims and their families and i think it's it's interesting and i think is particularly sensitive in this context now because of the kind government series as united left wing and they've frequently been accused by opposition parties of being soft on antiestablishment groups with roots in in a leftist add radicalism and an annakie say why is he been released was votes what's happened so they will the government is in that defenses that it said the policy of uh of the system if the legal system that after cetin gives you are allowed to be released only fatigue days and he has to checkin twice a day with authorities but it still seen as quite a sensitive says most symbol hhs than than anything else the he's out and out of enjoying enjoying lo look i had i am new secondstorey yes am i secondstorey is from the conservative newspaper i told you alec many needs an avenues in story said greek ed property developer lambda said today that then new obstacles have the paid in its plans to develop the disused ellinikon airport site.
"british embassy" Discussed on Men In Blazers
"With a toupee in those days it was going problems in sectors 3point onetwothree ample fuller for those of you listening have got the same occurs hurricane right now somehow you've engineered a second stop on the broach visits american cities in which he used to live cook two weeks ago chicago tonight dc added lived here in your beautiful city in other news in colombian kalorama between nine ninety in two thousand when it was asked to leave make him tell leader welsh million owls and the black cat dave i had little idea of god allowed towing nazmi in the become i mean you must have been beaten up a little two seventeen years later peace after the bloody british embassy to welcome the return of the two thousand seventeen eighteen premier league season and celebrating football beautiful football one of britain's greatest exports to the world i would never have believed him right up there in your mind with philip larkin poems you love those and the harris tweed industry you almost singlehandedly support that so let's live from the stunning surrounds of the british embassies palatial ballroom truly remarkable space the queen hosted presidents eisenhower ford and two bushes here churchill billy billy billy bush he is one of them he might have been here but that's not the ones we were talking about winston churchill roach once calculated that if all the champagne he had drunk in this room was poured onto the floor it would be three feet deep.
"british embassy" Discussed on KQED Radio
"A diplomat at the british embassy in seoul which supports pride with every year the rather hang reverts esas broke are saying there formulas i did rossier giants big with a positive atmosphere on the inside he says all the diversity celebrated within the plazas barriers ismet not just by noise that signs and banners saying homosexuality is a thin repents and does on brazil broke constable but they still have a very conservative you in this country towards a large it be society should be despite gains for lgbts in east asia south korea still criminalizes in this year the military here in force for the first time a longstanding sodomy law it sentenced a gay soldier to six months in jail for having consensual sex with another they're soldier in a private place what was your reaction when he learned of this news horrified deng came as a volunteer with a nonprofit called military human rights korea working to try and change the law the younger generations they're very openminded and they're trying to send the homosexual community zoos the major society eddie but there's ten million christians out there they're very very homophobic faster joseph ju heads a group called antihomosexuality christian solidarity he says south korea isn't ready to accept sexual minorities huggy could each entity uh sadhwani christians make up a huge part of south korea's public life and they have taken a big part in korea's modernisation we feel that because homosexuality goes against biblical teachings it's a motion lee unacceptable to the public he also cites south korea's birth rate the lowest among the world's richest nations as a result and why he's against samesex coupling the new president moon jae in the hails from a progressive party but press during the campaign he too said he opposed homosexuality after outcry mood apologize kind of he said he shouldn't have been judgmental the british diplomat kindle all of our countries when through this so we tried to explain how we got over these measures careers razor today he and other lgbt supporters they upright festival that grows bigger every year increasing international pressure on korea and regional neighbours making progress do make a difference challenging those dissenters outside the gates actor these tally that's the blizzard illegal will you go to as i need only thank comparison when other brides in the world there's more protest as you can see outside the square.