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"citykhan" Discussed on FanBros
"Back listen to one of the best podcast in all around talking about keeping pop culture for the prospective people call it that's actually the intro ben i mean i know you'd be doing your own intros nowadays but i mean i'd do it twice going subscribe and all that good stuff as the man said make sure you're subscribing but of course is not would not be fast show without the amazing interview per usual end today is of course another one we are here with clay founder of blurred alert citykhan you're you're both the founder and executive producer of lert city con she has taught english in new york city department education for nearly twenty years she served in many different capacities an academic in literally to me literary an arts organization including alluding n y youth institute for african american affairs she's been a part of kwanza a new york city's american museum of natural history so she has the clout a she also co founded in curated real sisters that's r e l like a movie real a real sisters of the astra film festival and lecture series for eleven years she founded the moon theater little theater summer michael cinema pop up and twenty fifteen and most recently she curated documentaries focusing on current issues affecting the african american community for cc's film salon so on top of all of that she's in a ward winning poet a filmmaker sculptor like she's we said she serves on the board of supervisors for real sisters end the board of directors for image nation cinema foundation so welcome thank you so much highly decorated basically so let's say you're alive story at least at least you're you're you're big accomplishment let the people know where you from what you're about why i'm from brooklyn brooklyn and said i i i'm now i'm raised in east new york city oh that's closed they knew like savio more riverdale avenue was raised on i forgot how many years now and then now i moved to like clinton who in that neighborhood now yeah that's that's excellent and he tells everybody like you said you found it blurs any kind of like what made you wanna found a convention but that's not easy that's not easy and it's still not easy i was looking for something 'em for myself to do 'cause i help build other people so i'm working with their projects and so forth so i wanted to take a leap and start doing things myself so i was looking at afro future his own 'cause my film background i wanna to program 'em films an afro future ism and i was being different bios stuffing stumble on the word blurt something maybe in that speaks to who i am and i'm nerdy on many different levels like you just don't pick it out sometimes times you just do it like when someone asked me like what's the nerdy themselves in east new york without a pink skateboard played by myself nobody else in the neighborhood had the nets because my family lives in bay ridge and people in bay ridge had the skateboard so i wanted to do do the same things right so i do it's a different different stuff you're very wherever i am so blurred city it's it's you you mentioned afro future ism like what is the what is the target goal of this is toggle is a mash up of oh we have tech we have are gonna do tabletop gaming we're gonna have vr there i'm really i'm excited about that m i love technology 'em we're gonna have cost play we're gonna have a martial arts my favorite person ladies and say so not just from a male perspective but former female perspective she's gonna do a workshop about how basically black females are not are invisible in the martial arts and she wants to make invisible 'em many different things like cold right in sip china mashed together the knowledge of how we can a code annex screenwriters together to make a positive image of people of color forgave me so many different ways i like that a lot and so you know what this convention you see so you having all this stuff happening convention how like how do i know people wanna ask question and like how did you even get that together like you couldn't have done it by herself did did you know that 'em went to a lot of different 'em conferences and made friends with different people and just told them like two years like before i did the first question like i'm going to do this in like a really good a best friend outlaw rice like you gotta do it and then it was like okay i'm going to step out and just do it so whether it's gonna be at saint peter sellars no on the 'em till july twelfth to the fourteenth july twelfth we do it at harbor vont king part on in this year's theme is black car russell kicking it off with guards that has an a short film closure the web series about three a black woman that i discovered that there were just so so you came up with this idea you're friend was like just do it she saying you just called up everybody was like yo i'm doing thing in july come through yes and everyone's like yes yes that i just i beg well the third year running yes it's still bagley humanity but you've managed i mean you know you pull the you know not once but twice like you know three peat yeah that's great thank you so much you know it it still feels like the first year like you still doing the same things you always looking for something 'em creative 'em inspiring 'em to to put into the conference and it's like if i had a million dollars this will be this will be there right yeah but when you're operating in a smaller budget you have to be more creative yes yeah that's what done i said he got yet to be as creative as i can in 'em that's just fine like i just stick within your budget which i blew a long time i got up and people don't say anything to you know they're they're in their things in the past where people have tried to do similar things and not succeeded and i'm not saying that the call anybody out i'm saying it's a demonstrate how difficult it is to do do it and do it again and and now a third time like i think is on the history street at you read off i've had experiences where it's a carpet so you know like i don't have a hundred thousand dollars so i don't have fifty thousand dollars i don't have twenty thousand dollars what can i do and what can can possibly be done in i do bartering it is a lot of different things sure that you 'em that you do so it came from that kind of experiences and being around a lot of different arm festivals and conferences and stuff like that so that's where i i've seen the big conferences where they had the connections to get the million dollars sponsorships and stuff like that don't have that connection yet yeah yet still is there anybody out there just yeah just come this way but i am seeing the the smaller conferences and how they had made their conference i'm happen right right i mean the fact of the matter is you're still working diligently towards this and as you point is this is the third year so something's going right thank you so congratulations i'm so what can people expect they attend blurting out oh which day like i had janine so on and so it's gonna be doing i workshop well she's gonna be hosting a particular arm part she'll do indeed comics 'em we'll have a bunch of any comment artist their love it 'em we're gonna have like the first day i'm excited because i got the black car and i saw like horror new are and then i saw her on she's the inspiration she's a writer 'em terry clock but she doesn't go by terry clock like than or something like that i'm not her pet name i went to see her weeding somewhere in green point and it was like wait a minute we have black haro where we talk about the troops and so forth like if you watched aparna walk and then there's this other part what about the trauma that that people have went through science oh fats black friday we've never discussed it on that level so we have different films that i speak to that 'em purpose to horn wars on amazon it's amazing documentary you mentioned about the history of black car one of one of which the high point to content has what you guys are showing a man and a yeah it's really good at so i mean i i subscribed to shutter oh but that's how i saw it and a we had a graveyard sister was on a sort of ember a spin off though we had a scream squad and so a gas like a who's shoes when she produced so yeah it's it's really good though it's it's really well done and very comprehensive you know they're not really hot and so yeah yeah but it goes all the way back to the beginning of guys yeah anyway it's it's it's really worth seeing and 'em is she gonna be there at the at the show no she we don't have however no api get that for next year i have some other stuff that yeah it's it's it's too bad only people who have shutter concede that little get a wider release you know but it's really good yes and that's and that's i think the job of 'em like being train also like as a arm where we call it a not not like a scholar but is the preservation of films and knew it and then also get it out to the community and they let the community know about it at interact with and that is just not just the first run of it of a film but you continue to have it throughout throughout like another ten years or so far have that preservation of that film so it's it's multiple jobs at the same time you're sure i want you just like i want the community to see this film like see this film it's like loss history you need to know it yeah well so now that you have all this background like you have all this academic experience all his life experience all this convention experience what advice would you give the people who wanna kind of being the same space issue or even touch those spaces are involved people in an event like this i would tell them 'em belgium community 'em if there's a particular area that you're have a passion for seahorses 'em in that same area and will build a relationship with them so that they can come aboard with you see your vision and supported that's what i would start offers i have some another thought say the you know like what advice would you give people who wanna kinda do the same things i wanna know how could they get better into the position in their in their fields in pop culture there's a friend 'em in new orleans that data he closes blurred fast and it was like just do it at eight i could see that he was disappointed with the first one like get on get on get on the horse to the second one stop don't stop it it you have that feeling always because it could be money it could be time make it'd be so many issues that might you could say convince you for doing this is like i i call it my best friend's wife and they'll give me like nah you guys do it or okay calm down in refocus and get get the next one time so many levels to it gotcha gotcha serb yawn like money what are some of the biggest challenges input in order convincing the biggest challenge is 'em not having the name personally like i my name is known in certain circles but go up to a celebrity that can get ten thousand twenty thousand and i don't have tended twenty dollars and to give to that so celebrity that has been like a frustration because you know once you get the celebrity that level to the convention and then you just move up to another status so i think that's one 'em stumbling block that i will get over you know soon got you got you so if people wanna learn more about blurted economies right around the corner but people wanna learn more where should they go 'em blurred city con dot com and order in social media is just blurt city b l e r d the city city do advocate tickets are free it is tickets there yeah we have different on three levels on i think i still have the early bird passed up there yeah i extended it will definitely be there supporting gonna definitely be covering it i know now i'm gonna be on a panel this happened overnight so i i don't have the name of the panel right now breaking news will talk about it don't have it like all an datta in my brain right now well girl adjust happened that being so you have survived interview segment with four all nerds and before you go there's one thing we do is call the brab segment that's a rapid fire kind of quick answer a question and answer session were gonna give you some choices you have to choose between the two okay ready not ready forget it doesn't matter i'm jumping in does it matter all right all three all three or julia we we're all gonna jumping athletes that are here we go and listen since you blurred city confound and that means you have a deep knowledge of comics and and things of that nature maybe maybe maybe i'm not i'm not no v i i would say nobody i go on katie went in on that movie how many times did they watched that movie.
The next Air Force One could be red, white and blue
"Is in of course very bad shape ruka just been removed in the car just looks like a handkerchief that's been thrown away and left on highway now the road is still almost all but shut down just half of the white lane gets by glass scattered all over the road and photo and recon is out there at this time if there is any glimmer of good news here it's up the northbound side of the road ten not see the accident on the southbound side thanks to the wooded media on ninety five karyn regal wbz newsradio ten thirty the father drowns while swimming in buzzards bay with his children he's been identified as fifty year old john lima of lakeville by senator john dixon tells wbz tv he heard lima's two teenagers calling for help as they tried to keep their father afloat in the water i heard someone yell help in the water senator someone say get an ambulance so i went back in the house down nine one one first responders arrived to find a neighbor performing cpr on lima he was taken to a nearby hospital he was later pronounced dead ahead of his visit to england president trump gave an interview to the british tabloid the sun in which he heavily criticizes british prime minister theresa may blessing for handling of the brexit negotiations and saying he feels unwelcome across the pond the president has may's plan for leaving the european union will probably kill any us uk trade deal you said to meet with prime minister may later today trump also praised the british foreign secretary boris johnson who resigned from his cabinet earlier this week saying johnson will make a great prime minister and again he went after london mayor citykhan saying the mayor has done a terrible job combating terror and the president is insisting upon making changes to air force one shortly after taking office mr trump took the unusual step of personally negotiating with boeing for two brand new seven forty sevens while the plane is totally out of control it's going to be over four billion dollars score air force one program they'll be delivered sometime after twenty twenty but may drop the iconic look for a new trump inspired red white and blue design that's transportation correspondent kris van cleave the current blue and white color scheme is a legacy of president john f kennedy and his wife jackie still to come on wbz the last of the last we'll tell you about a well known business closing its final stores wbz news time five oh three time for check of traffic and weather together on this friday morning the subaru retailers of new england allwheeldrive traffic.
"citykhan" Discussed on Monocle 24: The Monocle Daily
"Parties flying over my flat three times as often so somebody wouldn't mind steering during a precare little power some of us could get some sleep let let's talk about the the protests because the presumably once he turns on his television and he sees fox news and he sees that six meter tall blimp of donald trump is a baby he's the his own tiny hands again to reach your mobile phone to stop tweeting something possibly as possibly no i mean he's already done his attack on citykhan he's being in the way comb trump down is to give him a lavish dinner which is indeed is what he's having this evening the rhody fotos emerging of him and milania looking like a character at of a disney film in her really frog he's being chomp by business leaders theresa may has been talking up the fact churchill again the great connections between the two of them and he's presuming not being given the opportunity to get near afon to tweet anything but i also think his aides no this is rather critical foreign visitors is not like a micro and foreign visit in the relations between us and the us are invited pretty low ebb at the moment and he should not really be allowed to launch any awards tax having said that he did basically start off the nato conference by saying that theresa may not carrying out the brexit as the people won't it must've he doesn't seem to be treated during the dinner yet i think that would be bad as it's possible that somebody donald trump possibly that somebody is given an etiquette lesson and he would probably defer to etiquette somebody british said to him please don't get your phone out to dinner donald trump is of course officially on a break the weekend he has the official business tomorrow's having tea with the queen and all this sort of stuff and he goes up to scotland play golf and and some of the people watching the trump is it has vats the danger is not the official that when he's got his best behavior he's when he's up in scotland he's on the golf course yes that's when he switches on the tally he that's when he sees the british newspapers that's who he from psalm the significant portion of people in britain who would really raw he wasn't he oh that's when the the fury is going to erupt yes if he accepts that the law of people in prison who would he's races today that britain brits lovin absolutely i think he believes that and when troubles of facts lost chained the great trump mind is a spat he's he might wade through this visit in a kind of a glow of delay relation not realizing that through i mean knowing their posts out there but some somebody's bills to cut them out also notice it's not just that the britain general scott in particular all love him he says which if you've watched the protests there might cause your daughter drop but the simple fact that doesn't trouble donald trump there's also the question of who he plays golf with now i think they've been some efforts to get people at the caliber of prince andrew to go play golf with him over says the distraction andrew has declined so we should be watching for who has offered to take up essentially shepherding donald trump across his in golf course on sunday again probably caffeine is by eights as a distraction yes that's right also it's whoever plays him to be allowed to win no of course not very amusing donald trump's funny and there's a blimp flying over london and we're going to be cast about him but there is a serious this isn't there is britain has always put great store on having this supposedly special relationship with america the americans have never seem to be quite into this on this they're trying to get britain to sign up to a military coalition of some souls you've had the us defense secretary saying in recent weeks that they're starting to view france as a more able and reliable military partner the britain so this matter for theresa may be on the book the fear of a tweet storm or the fear of of something awesome protest falling into his eyeliner someone going on fox news.
"citykhan" Discussed on As It Happens from CBC Radio
"Warren why did president trump block you on twitter well about a year ago if you recall the terror attacks in london trump responded to an announcement made by the mayor of london econ who had said there's nothing to be afraid of and in fact that was not what he wrote and trump was criticizing citykhan but what com had written was there's no reason to be afraid of an increased police presence so i tweeted at the president that is incorrect here's what he actually said and i called him a liar because once he says something completely wrong i feel like it's the presses duty to call call out someone a liar and then what happened and then he blocked me i was able to get into a few more tweets but then he blocked me and i already knew that these were considered his public statements by his press office sean spicer had made an announcement of few months before so this was really to me a violation of first amendment rights why did it matter that he blocked you journalists should have access to everything politicians are saying publicly and this was considered his public arena so if i can't see those then to me it's a press freedom issue but i mean he is this is personal account is it not it is but sean spicer already declared that these were trump's public statements so that kind of moved from the realm of the personal to the political do you know how how frequently people prickly during lists are blocked on mr trump's twitter account i haven't seen too many but he has blocked everyday people he's blocked actors and as far as i know i just know maybe a couple other journalists whose one well known canadian journalist daniel dale who has been vigorously fact checking mr trump's actively on on one every place for for since the beginning of his presidency when.
London murder rate overtakes New York's
"A flurry of recent headlines revealed in london now has a higher murder rate the new york city a metropolis of nearly identical population and one long considered more vulnerable to crime reuters reported the london police investigated more murders than their new york counterparts did over the last two months in the latest bloodshed a seventeen year old girl died on monday after she was found with a gunshot wound in north london a day after a man was fatally stabbed in south london commentators note that this may be a blip and the new york city's murder rate for twenty seventeen stood at more than double that for london in fact london's murder rate really hasn't risen much instead new york's has dropped dramatically but that's still represents a big shift so the mayhem that's closed london's homicide gap with its transatlantic rival appears to be larger with the sort of violent criminal gangs firearms are strictly restricted in the uk including a near total ban on handguns nevertheless in the twelve months to october twenty seventeen there were twenty five hundred offenses involving guns a sixteen percent increase on the previous year and forty four percent increase on two thousand fourteen this is the london assemblies police in crime committee noted criminals it seems or not averse to committing crimes including the illegal acquisition of tools that help them commit more crimes having failed to disarm criminals with gun control that they defy british politicians are now turning their attention to implementing something new and different knife control because criminals will be much more respectful of knife control laws then those targeted firearms no excuses london's mayor citykhan tweeted on april eighth there is never a reason to carry a knife anyone who does will be caught and they will feel the full force of the law not to be outdone his predecessor boris johnson currently foreign secretary called for increased use of stop and search powers by police you have got to stop them you have got to search them and you have got to take the knives out of their possession british politicians propose banning home delivery of knives and police promote street corner bins for the surrender of knives which also conducting stings again knives while also conducting stings against knife vendors their goal is to target not only those who carry and use knives but also the supply access and importation of weapons so i'm sure what's going to happen here is we're.
"citykhan" Discussed on FT Politics
"We feel the same thing after the london bridge terrorist attack which was also so close offices here and you're quite right the government was vulnerable partly because may was the home secretary previously so they could attack her on her personal record on crime prevention and those action opinion piece by paul mason who is a strong support of jeremy corbyn after the election he says this election is not about breaks it's not about the country's all about austerity and at the time people thought what it's not a tool been turns out that he was actually right on the politics of this i think we're a moment of huge potential danger because what you've seen sometimes after previous panics vote train is the determination to introduce new tougher sentences in the belief that that will solve the problem i was speaking this week to tom gash shoes an expert on try and policy and he said this reminded him of the outcry in two thousand three after a young room called letitia shakespeare in another friend of hers gunned down in a drive by shooting in birmingham and that led then home secretary david blunkett to introduce new tougher prison sentences there is absolutely no evidence that was fate of tuffah crime policies have been tried they have not succeeded and in some cases they have made matters worse and we should be aware of that danger at the moment and i think trying to think of more intelligent solutions to this problem than yet another set of attempts to introduce tougher sentences people are interested i would recommend checking out the fbi ditore we wrote this week where we looked at other cities and one instincts is glasgow which used to have a huge knife kind problem and they took a listrik approach this viewing it is both an educational thing a public healthy as well as the climate if you take it that whole applause that is how you tact but the one person who has been quite missing more rhonda has been citykhan them out of london who i think he'd been a holiday when this book this week but event he came back and did.
"citykhan" Discussed on The Chris Moyles Show on Radio X Podcast
"Which one do you prefer oh goodness aw no i think the middle wonderful that tom and jerry alec okay this is hard work is not a main putting the f in fun tonight today my new language dominate hastily behind what the news i was asia hibon london's majete salaries are all in the burbs hey stomach permanent is citykhan says donald trump his decision to cancel his trip to the uk shows he's got the message he is a welcome here last month the american ambassador to the uk woody johnson told radio xe didn't think mr trump would be phased by any protest right that's a better aides that's all we need to do as good as cute so yeah this year is about spreading the word of the chris mall show italian aid at slide go into battle when he saw a lot of people that you're fan of chris small show there are people who once heard me in 1998 didn't like me switched me off right i mean the daily myo they now think i'm the biggest scumbags wherever walk planet earth year whereas i think the show i said we denser revolve funniest stuff in the last two years at radio x are really really do i always say this in it there's any you only some big headed if you say this and and it isn't meant to sound like this at all yet this web league right now by don't really know what you wouldn't like about this show at breakfast time if you've got a vague even a vague sense if i go i get when we might choice too much for some people outside people will show up as when his amis again that right at an and that's what you want the nuts but for me.
"citykhan" Discussed on NPR News Now
"Around the new embassy in wandsworth south of the thames could be challenging the prison is deeply unpopular in cosmopolitan london because of his antiimmigrant policies as well as twitter spats with boagiu k prime minister theresa may and london mayor citykhan in november may joined a chorus of british politicians in criticizing trump for retweeting antiislamic videos circulated by britain first on ultranationalist group trump responded by telling made a focus on britain's problems with muslim radicals owenjones a columnist for the leftleaning guardian newspaper predicts britain we'll greet trump with quote our biggest ever carnival against hatred frank length at npr news london the iranian government is facing nationwide unrest tens of thousands of people have taken part in demonstrations to protest what they view as too much attention placed on iran's regional influence and too little on addressing economic troubles at home the unemployment rate among iran's youth reached twenty eight point eight percent in 2017 this is npr a prominent executive of the british catering giant compass group and four members of his family have been killed their seaplane crashed into a river in sydney on new year's eve australia media report richer cousins was on board the aircraft with his two sons his fiancee and her daughter cousins was due to retire march 31st the pilot was also killed the cause of the crash is under investigation new year's day and more lago has president trump hosting the father and son pro golfers fred and taylor funk last week trump invited members of the coast guard to golf and lunch at his private club in palm beach florida will nears traditionally is a big day for college football is no different there are five bowl games on the schedule to are especially significant the college football playoff begins with semifinal contest between oklahoma in georgia and clemson and alabama and pierce tom goldman has vis preview the first semifinal features of playoff newcomer the georgia bulldogs are in after a great season in which they won the title in the powerful southeastern conference for the first time since 2005 georgia's defense is one of the best giving up a little over thirteen points a game oklahoma counters with a top ranked offense averaging nearly forty five points per game and led by heisman trophy winning quarterback baker mayfield he's been sick recently that promises he'll be ready to lead the sooner 's the second semifinal continues a drink.
"citykhan" Discussed on NPR News Now
"Eighteen to open the new us embassy there but npr's frank langford reports from london that there are concerns about big protests trump is expected to make a quick working visit to the british capital for ribbon cutting ceremony managing crowds and protesters around the new embassy in wandsworth south of the thames could be challenging the present he is deeply unpopular in cosmopolitan london because of his antiimmigrant policies as well as twitter spats with bogeys k prime minister theresa may and london mayor citykhan in november may joined a chorus of british politicians in criticizing trump for retweeting antiislamic videos circulated by britain first on ultranationalist group trump responded by telling made a focus on britain's problems with muslim radicals owenjones a columnist for the leftleaning guardian newspaper predicts britain will greet trump with quote our biggest ever carnival against hatred frank length at npr news london and you're listening to npr news president trump is again offering support for the antigovernment protesters in iran he posted a message on twitter this morning saying they have been repressed for many years and are hungry for food and freedom the protests in iran began thursday in state television now says ten people were killed in clashes last night yesterday president operas sandro hani said iranians have the right to criticise authorities but that he and others warned of a crackdown against lawbreakers 2017 a rollercoaster year in parts of africa the year featured the departure of some notable leaders who had dominated the political scene for decades anne pierce a feb quit stark to reports that the year began with turbulence and ended with the ouster of the world's oldest president 2017 kicked off with gumbi as while refusing to step down after losing the presidential election in december 2016 yarmuk clung to pa until he was driven out of office.
"citykhan" Discussed on Remainiacs â€“ the Brexit Podcast
"And that goes p r e too much of the greek davidson is one of those cars stella greece's when his characters and for me as a ah you know i think citykhan has done a great deal in terms of the kind of not only was he was the analogy remain ah and he does kinda like pop up in a lot of these kinds of brexit debates now is that the way he presents london to the world as still this kind of welcoming progressive forwardlooking multicultural so the city it's an you know he's not in a position like his dahmer ways actually being up to change things but he's also nor being hampered by having to deal with the labour leadership and so it's sort of he he's able to within his connell remain of london present a vision of a coin of britain and i don't think it has to be confined to london i think these values can rick rick refound across the country the does actually make me feel optimistic indigo what did you think about saudi coun being a source of one man opposition to donald trump which is better than no opposition to donald trump course it's hard to solve the thing we i mean we constrain breaksea here but it's hard to be sort with you to think about breaksea without thinking about trump at the same time even these are the kind of twin we can grotesques time and again you know that kind of the weakness in the vacillation and the kind of fencesitting that you got from the government on donald trump you know does matter how atrocious the things he says is a matter how insulting and again you know citykhan easy in a position where he can just say the thing that you want to say and and you can sochi right will if he was in a different job or will he'd have to pay he might be sort of cars compromises anyone else but to actually have someone stand up and go no this is what we think of you but i i mean i think is tremendous and i don't think it's too because antiburn and isn't is get on a lot of these openness in if he movement issues a citykhan is unarguably he's is and henry to do it as city could base i i applaud you for making the mayor of london you'll hear of.
"citykhan" Discussed on NPR News Now
"To the tax bill to appease other undecided republicans those updates could include a measure to increase taxes or cut spending if the tax bill fails to produce economic growth kelsea snell npr news the capital republican senator susan collins is still not on board she opposes the portion of legislation that eliminates the federal deduction for state and local taxes russia's foreign minister sergey lavrov is criticizing the trump administration's policy on north korea as unnecessarily provocative and peers lucienne kim reports from moscow left robs remarks came after us ambassador to the un nikki haley said a war would utterly destroy the north korean regime lover said he disagreed with who call for all countries to cut diplomatic ties with north korea he said sanctions are no longer useful as an instrument to influence pyongyang and that the us should start a dialogue instead of conducting military exercises in the region lovro said that if the trump administration's looking for a pretext to destroy north korea it should come out in the open about it this is npr news the mayor of london is now joining other officials in telling president trump to not bother making a state visit to the uk citykhan is protesting trump's recent retweeting of antimuslim videos that were posted by a farright british group khan says trump promoted a vile extremist group yesterday prime minister theresa may also criticized trump and in response the president said may ought to focus on eliminating what he called radical islamic terrorism in the uk rather than on him voters across honduras are still waiting for the final results of sunday's presidential election in their country the electoral tribunal has yet to make a formal announcement as maria martin reports that spurring suspicion among those campaigning to defeat the incumbent one orlando and none this the honduran electoral tribunal announced late wednesday that its computers suffered a technical glitch and that's why account countess no longer available on that.
"citykhan" Discussed on Coffee House Shots
"Hello and welcome to kofi house choked spectators state politics podcast isabelle heldmann and this is the sunday round up it is remembered sunday in the policy he just put that politics aside this morning as they gathered around the sentence health to lay wreaths and only those who lost their lives in times of war however in the tv studios the political debates still carries on with as much bigger as before the mayor of london citykhan joined on jamal today to discuss the subject of nazanin zagorje ratcliffe a british national who is currently serving a fiveyear sentence in an iranian prison during recent select committee hearing the foreign secretary boris johnson had suggested the mystic ari ratcliffe had been training journalists wallowed joseba leading to accusations that he may have condemned led to seven other five year sentence in the country we were just talking about mrs ram route group that terrible story among many other things she is a londoner i wonder what your reflections on what now needs to be done whether you're thinking of getting involved in the stories of or i'll force with richard her house prevent or goverry other of knows names her daughter the local np chewed it cdc has been campaigning of loss eighteen months to get the government's attention on us means a case in the way it's got in the last week call soon of course i think it's important that boris johnson clarifies the huge era he made because he's been prayed in aid by radion state tv and others to say that because of what he said is an admission on the part of the british government what nauseam is alleged to have done some hoping any clarify seems insufficient apologizes helps richard in the family getting us name back home in london where she belongs do you think the jeremy corbyn set saying that he must now resign we'll be sad is going to fall as your puddle just said this is the latest in a long list of gaffes made by our foreign secretaries defended the libyans the relations what he said about certain would be in the new tobias to get of the bodies to defend the americans saying a prisoner bomb a antibritish because he's part kenyan offends the spanish affiliate.
"citykhan" Discussed on Reasons to be Cheerful
"I think there is absolutely i think we have to recognize that yes as cheap prize for the artificially cheap is not sustainable in the long run so we can think of an alternative here and i think the best sort of version of an alternative would be tf l developing their own unsuitable for london transport for london the sort of local legislators for transport within london basically building their own app which would be enable drivers to use their app to have all the same sorts of services inefficiencies of the uber app but just owned and regulated by tf l itself now what what does that actually mean does that mean because it's not just do but there are lots of other companies as black cab drivers does that mean everybody would be on that platform or would it be as it so is the public is the public sector tf fell just providing a a sort of a platform which anyone can go out worth it like a competitor to but how should we think about that idea so my ideal situation without thinking about skirted the politics of this would be that black cards are on it minicabs are on it uber's on it whatever they want are all on its subject to basic regulations now in this sort of scenario black cabs would again be competing but i think this provides a better service for londoners in general and it helps dfl regulate things like congestion and all and that net just explained to the skeptic about this idea you'll know advocating that's t f l the citykhan sets up a network of shops in london why should the public sector what the public that the need to be doing this instead of leaving it to the market and the private sector yes i think one reason why is because it could be revenue generator fatiha fell additive els lost some of its funding recently assertive desperately in need of more funding.
"citykhan" Discussed on Reasons to be Cheerful
"So not as much though the expected actually said you wanna tell us about our guest so i guess is nick son a check the author of most recently platform capitalism which is a book about new technology companies like uber and also the author of inventing the future a nick it's good to have you with us citykhan recently made the decision to at least for the moment take away with license tells what you think about that decision but but more broadly what should be done now yes i think it's a good decision on the part as'die khan i think it tom shoes basically his willingness to go up against these quite powerful tech companies i mean uber has been tried to influence governments around the world and has typically succeeded and i think that sadique standing up to in the way that he did he's not a risk taper take it from what i can gather so i think he's quite confident that he can win that case if need be but i think that that really suggested uber that they're going to have to bow down to government pressure and have to actually succumb to these regulations so i think huberal back down i think the appeal will be dropped i think that they'll get their licence back within probably a month time and that either a creative solution because i suppose one thing it will strike people' unit with gold these question marks about the wages that the of get question must by these regulation issues if the thumb creative way forward for the even efficiency of an uber type service but without the down.
"citykhan" Discussed on P&L With Pimm Fox and Lisa Abramowicz
"Yeah as i is not really a huge amount of money that that they've put aside say an yet what what you are suggesting is that there should be a diesel scrappage schemes and that's something that the mayor of london citykhan has asked for money full because as as i said in a people bought these diesel cars in good faith thinking they were good for the environment and the government doesn't really want to have to now penalize them and say sorry guys you actually turns out your during a lot of damage to the planet and to people's health so you know you have to get rid of that car so that yeah they're helping that they've already put they've already set aside money for helping taxi drivers but cab drivers for example to buy new black cabs but this this headline the we're talking about the the ban on on diesel caused that sleep part of a much bigger air quality strategy that they've been forced to put out because the government isn't delivering on his equality quality plan is being taken to court twice by environmental activists and keeps failing to produce a plan is good enough for tackling nation dark side and just now this environmental group has come out again and said we still don't think it's good enough so there's still a chance we going to see the government back in court for a third time if it if they don't think this plan is up to scratch just in the uk plug in cars are still only about one percent of all vehicle sales in the country that's expected to grow to eighty percent by twenty forty but what's the sort of threshold what's the sort of tipping point at which will see a more widespread adoption of plug and vehicles.
"citykhan" Discussed on Here & Now
"The permanent project there would be a curve in the middle of a traffic there also there are about the height of a it should be close to four inches so that should be pretty close the good simulation of what purpose look like nothing is permanent and none materials were paid for by the city government a local landscape the plants the neighborhood association covered the cost of spray paint and traffic hands the city signed often the project and provide a policeman engineered supervise the mourning activities however chipn off who oversees traffic laid projects for nationals departmentofpublicworks says this is very much the neighborhoods project this neighborhood wanted to be in the street they wanted to be even it built this are on a on a bunch construction guys ethic donor what's happening in nashville is a small example of a broader trend one that's reshaping how local governments approach publicworks nationwide i think it's all about experimentation it's all about trying things and kinda hacking the system thisisginette city khan for six years citykhan ran newyorkcity'stransportationdepartment under than mayormichaelbloombergduring her tenure newyork close timessquare to traffic concreted temporary parks and plazas across the city often using nothing more than paint and planners now city khan is working with nashville's elected leaders to bring a similar sensibility to that city you do sorts of longterm planning studies engineering studies modeling studies and it seems to take practically a lifetime to actually see any kind of change happened on your streetand so the idea is why only just try hangs out let's try something new let's see if it works and if it works will keep it and if it doesn't want can put it back to the way that was before for nationals residents government this willingness to partner an experiment is new at first the neighborhood just wanted the city's public works department to install a trafficcalming circle for years publicworks essentially nor the request partially because traffic circles are not common in the south that changed after mere megan berry took office berry happens to be a resident of the neighbourhood she's also.
"citykhan" Discussed on Lovett or Leave It
"Now as leaders around the world were expressing their support for the people of london as they were expressing their condolences to those who had died are up president donald trump tweeted at least seven dead and forty eight wounded in terrorist attack and mayor of london says quote there is no reason to be alarmed than he followed up pathetic excuse by london mayor citykhan who had to think fast on his quote no reason to be alarmed end quote statement m s m is working hard to sell it so i think this captures what we love about our our president jeff i think that a lot of people saw what donald trump said about the attack in london immediately turned to what happens when were attacked here what happens when we have a president who we can't rely on to act responsibly in the wake of a terrorist attack well that's the i mean the interesting and troubling thing about this whole moment is that in this presidency nothing is actually happened yet nothing's the the wounds to the presidency are largely selfinflicted in so you have a situation in which the government is not staffed we know that right arm you have a situation in which the president's credibility with the american people is somewhat shaky and i'm being careful in the way i describe that so when god forbid there's a terror attack in orlando chamber dino or a natural disaster katrina an earthquake in california that there are two things that a president needs to three things prison incident one is actually run the operation to make sure that things are okay the second thing the prison needs to do is calm people down right not not hype it but but com and the third thing the prison needs to do is is to dispense credible information about the the the the the crisis so that people know what to do and so we're in a situation right now this is not a partisan comment i mean this could be a democrat who who has failed so far to achieve these kind of baseline a baseline preparation so we're in a situation right now where where the federal government i don't think is ready to to to manage any sort of serious disaster.
"citykhan" Discussed on Trumpcast
"The pullout from the paris accords as the act of the us federal government in a he he took the time to distinguish the government from the nation at large and that was very appreciate it an and i think that will that's been noticeable he of the issue is talked about as president does trump of the the difficulty for the british government here is that the relationship is hugely important between the us in the uk convoys particularly intelligence and yet the issue that he's the grievance here is about the woods the president and you saw this very interesting situation with today the foreign secretary boris johnson was asked about his views on trump's tweets about citykhan and he you could see was ranked conflicted and that was because ordinarily he would just separate and criticise the actions of the present but say the relationship with the united states remained strong i'm pretty sure that he's calculation was he couldn't possibly say and the thing too critical of trump because trump may well go off to him next unit they know what kind of man they dealing with it's been a theme of comcast how can he be managed in some way and you know we have some guests saying he can be placated he can be sued in that way control than others saying he needs to be confronted had on and you know it's been very interesting to see city khan again no mayor of all people.
"citykhan" Discussed on CNN's The Daily DC
"And of course you know making an absurd argument as if he had nothing to do with the second version of the travel ban he retreated and resubmitted to try to get through the courts still not successful and most importantly were taking the tweet seriously kellyanne because your husband is taking this tweet seriously as he should because he these are the president's words and thinking on that issue now let's deal with the other bit of substance from the weekend on the on the president's tweets and this is his battle with london mayor said the con so you know over the weekend donald trump raised an issue in tweeted about khan's use of the words no cause for alarm he took them completely out of context because of course what khan was saying was he was urging londoners that there's no cause for alarm about the increased police presence after the terror attack donald trump ignored that contacts entirely took him out of context and slammed him for saying that there was no cause for alarm in terms of the terror attack and a potential further terror attacks after donald trump watched all the coverage showing clearly that he falsely contextualised mayor cons tweets he came out this morning the tweet that said pathetic excuse by london mayor citykhan who had to think fast on his no reason to be alarmed statement mainstream media is working hard to sell it now that supposed to be cleaning it up that's donald trump trying to admit that uh he got a wrong he can only do that of course because he's donald trump by throwing mayor con under the bus suggesting that it's somehow his fault that he had to do some fast thinking on his feet to give this context the context was originally there folks this didn't require fastthinking for mayor con it just required a non impulsive person to take a look at his full statement before issuing tweets on it to score political points.