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"clapham" Discussed on Adventures in Finance: A Real Vision Podcast

Adventures in Finance: A Real Vision Podcast

03:35 min | Last month

"clapham" Discussed on Adventures in Finance: A Real Vision Podcast

"Going to price controls in the next two. Three four five years highly highly. Unlikely i think. Highly unlikely but at some stage in inflationary movement. Is it possible. of course it's possible and most people never heard of will say well. Why didn't they just raise interest rates and the answer is they thought it would be painful. Pretty simple we nixon you. By raising interest rates. persuading arthur burns is interest rates. He could tackle inflation. But what it would do to the average american so instead he went for price controls. I guess the answer to this. Never underestimate the ability of politicians to make a stink over again but usually giving it a different name. I suppose the justification this time will be that we've all got so much that every country in the world government that unused you say private sector. Dad that you can can't really afford for interest rates. Go up by march and there for what i mean. We'll else can they do other than some form of price controls. So there's no if you can do which is called credit controls instead so back to our kind of my opening statement here that most of the money in the world is created by bikes. So if you is the government controlled the buying. Somebody said look guys this year. You're only growing credit by six percent and therefore the growth in money supply was six percent. Inflation should be pretty though. I've got another way of doing a history suggests that we ended up getting mixture. Both both of those but it is worth remembering that the way inflation was controlled Particularly somewhere like france was not by using industry. It's not so much price controls but by controlling the banking system. The government's managed to control the growth of money and keep inflation somewhat some modern in an abandoned. That's i think in terms of how you can control. Inflation without using interest rates rationing is another one but i don't think we'll get to russia but presumably that controlling the bags without work for multinational companies. One company just overseas. She obviously have to stop that. I mean in the if we're doing the united kingdom we are only interested in starting lending because only starting lending really contributes to our gdp so controlling. the starting ending would be easy if they started borrowing euro sunning euros and bringing it in well as long as we control a supply. Starting it really wouldn't make any difference. So i think it's possible unless you got banks prepared to take huge kind of currency risks to to run starting book oriented in europe so their commercial limits on the usually but ultimately you can stop them from doing that and that level z. We had controls after the war so that was not an option. Not an option at all but normal commercial procedure makes quite a risky venture. Not our banks reversed avenue. Then you said it. This isn't been happens. Moral obese name is going to take quite a long time to unwind. What's your best. Guess on timescale for this. And what should we be looking out for signals the milestones that will need to pass. That will tell us okay. Mattis time to panic so the only thing to me. That really monitors were deals. And that's what you should looking up so be nice for me to give you a detailed timeframe detailed and point and let's just a hostage to fortune but there is probably more value in me saying here's a level of long-term bone yells at which these things. These extreme measures are going to have to kick. So i have done a large report on that. And i won't go through all of the details at it but the conclusions are pretty straightforward that on the. I'm looking at five year. Because it's the five year government bond yield..

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"clapham" Discussed on Adventures in Finance: A Real Vision Podcast

Adventures in Finance: A Real Vision Podcast

05:39 min | Last month

"clapham" Discussed on Adventures in Finance: A Real Vision Podcast

"Hi i'm steve platinum. I'm really excited and looking forward to my discussion with russell napier russell. Welcome what. I'd like to start off by by doing just painting the scene russell. You've explained to me in the past your views which are quite radical awning above the forthcoming the new long of it. Inflation how equities will develop a bond just briefly the picture of of your views. Yeah i'll try and get into very short period of time. We can get onto discussing what it means for investment but the simple way to explain this is that there have always been to as of critic money one is by a central bank but most importantly the other is by commercial banks and the vast majority of all the money in the word is being created by commercial banks that sometimes that astonishes people but of course that is the the central banks of control commercial banks and therefore they are in control at the rate at which the commercial banks money. My entire thesis is that that changed in. May it changed. April may and it changed through the use of what we call a government bond guarantee schemes or on credit guarantee schemes signs that technocratic. Not very interesting not very important shift but actually it's fundamental last week. The european central bank recognized this and they call at the sovereign bank corporate nexus which is a classic euphemism for the fact that money is not created by governments by central banks. Now can't persuade anybody. Not even a ebay has not commitment. Senators well Because once a government is offering that guarantee to the bank the bank begins land money and we've seen spectacular growth in blind credit in this biggest possession in this country is company being the united kingdom's and seventeen hit fastest bank credit growth. Probably we've ever seen are one of the highest we've ever seen in peacetime high earth reconcile. Those the guarantees it so when those bind loans are made money is created and that is being the failure of central banking life. Twelve years at field to do that they. They created a lot of their type of money. Which is technically called a reserve sets in the in the banking system but they didn't create a lot of what we call our type of money. By what i mean our type of money. I mean citizens people who spend the stuff that we pick up in gdp measuring gd fate on my goodness governments are doing a spectacular job. Quitting that so to give you some numbers. The growth in the total number of dollars in the word is twenty. Five percent year on year for the ad were looking By nine percent year on year for the euro. Even we're getting to ten percent year. On year i these numbers. These growth rates have all doubled or tripled during covid nineteen. The first point is that it's a new mechanism. It is walking. Historically that level is supply growth would normally create inflation under a bit of people. Die that very high level. It's almost certainly the case. And then the second part steve which we will new talk greatly leela bite. Is that that leads us to a time. When bond yields are capped when the state central bank regulator does not allow the ball sales to reflect the inflation outlook and that is something called financial repression and don robert hole for a generation of government control mechanisms to try and force savers to own an asset..

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Protests erupt in London against Police brutality and murder

THE NEWS with Anthony Davis

01:48 min | 2 months ago

Protests erupt in London against Police brutality and murder

"London's metropolitan. Police department is under scrutiny. For the way offices handled some participants at an unofficial vigilant saturday nights for a london woman whose death led to murder charges against a fellow officer and spurred a national conversation about violence against women in the uk. Hundreds of people disregarded a judge's ruling and police requests by gathering at clapham. Common in honor of sarah everard who was last seen alive near the south london park on march third demonstrators said. They wanted to draw attention to the fear and danger. Many women see as a daily part of british life thirty three year. Old everard disappeared while walking home from a friend's apartment at about ten thirty pm and was found dead a week later the slaying sent shockwaves across the uk. Because a metropolitan police officer is charged with kidnapping and murder. Video of saturday's informal vigil turned rally showed offices from the same police force tussling with politics as they push their way through the crowd at one point. Several male offices grabbed hold of several women and pulled them away in handcuffs to screaming and shouting from on lookers. The gathering happened hours after london. Constable wayne cousins appeared in court for the first time since his arrest in everard staff in the wake of ever odds disappearance and killing. Many women have taken to social media to share their own experiences of being threatened or attacked whilst walking outside the metropolitan police. Commissioner cressida dig has been called upon to resign in the wake of the police response to the protest.

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"clapham" Discussed on Adventures in Finance: A Real Vision Podcast

Adventures in Finance: A Real Vision Podcast

03:29 min | 4 months ago

"clapham" Discussed on Adventures in Finance: A Real Vision Podcast

"Well how how can they be doing this. And i mean you can't say they're not visionaries. They were visionaries. Exactly the better end of the deal. I'm a visionary criminal rich. They've done an amazing job of applying their own rules and their own procedures on processes into stocks. Which are being traded in the united states as quite unusual. I don't know all of that financial. I remember the time. It was bizarre. It was bizarre. Bizarre it's not quite unusual. It was fast on a grand scale. It could have been the largest theft in the world's history and yet. Oh it's very odd. Maybe we should pay more attention to this. You know what is going to give orders and we're to applaud it. We're going to keep buying alibaba. Stop mean who are these people who are the people that invest in alibaba after all of this they're not the corporate governance experience. Men one one very big institution a several hundred billion dollar in institution in the united states. And if we could have a have a call so we added a video call on the coal were the. They've got internal experts on accounting and they were saying well how do we. How do we persuade our analysts to look at this and they you know they recognize the problem. Because you've got internally within institution you've got some people are saying. Oh wait a minute. We this is an investable and then you got other people saying well hang on a second. I get paid on. I perform against the index and those two things are very difficult to reconcile in. Large institution is quite surprising to me. How many big names are in. This are in these stalks without having dumb. I'm convinced having done the work that you need to do to satisfy your office to to what you're i mean in the report i don't even begin to cover the whole issue of viag's. Because i mean that's another incredibly complicated mess that you as a shareholder you really gonna ask yourself what might what do i own for. Explain to our viewership real quick. What a what you mean this. This is something that that you and i Traffic in daily. But it's something that's the broad audience might not even know any better v. i. e. stands for variable interest entity. And you know. These businesses are suddenly weird because in order to operate the way they operate in china they need to be chinese. They're not taxed as if they're chinese because they're actually held offshore and the there's a whole issue about if you're a. Us citizen buying a an apr in the united states. Book rights. do you have over. The assets are located in china that whole very opaque and very mistake but people assume that they don't need to worry that they are legal claim on assets isn't is subject subject..

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"clapham" Discussed on Adventures in Finance: A Real Vision Podcast

Adventures in Finance: A Real Vision Podcast

03:39 min | 4 months ago

"clapham" Discussed on Adventures in Finance: A Real Vision Podcast

"No one was really incentivized to tell you that their accounting was was a problem and that goes back to even the late nineteen ninety s when they were when bear stearns was doing a whole bunch of Specialty finance Securitising second leans where they were saying. Oh you know. Based on our experience second leans only have four or five percent default rates. In the end they have thirty percent. Default rates and these companies went broke and bear stearns was banking. All of them it gets goes to the financial crisis where you know. They wanted to keep the securitisation machine running and so no one cared about the numbers until the financial reality economic reality caught up with the accounting. So do you think in this wave of. Let's just say people turning a blind eye to reality Do you think it will catch up with him this time or do you think there's so much money in the system that it may not catch him when you look at these five chinese stalks and look amount of money that's involved and the growth rate it kind of stop mob. Large numbers is where the numbers are really really big now. You know the thing that. I find astonishing and i would never have guessed this before. I started doing this work. But what i did was i added up the five companies for five years and has had much you think. They've invested in chinese tech in the chinese tech ecosystem. Now maybe it's not hundred percent and gone to china. Maybe bought businesses overseas but they've all put huge amounts of money into startups or you know into tech companies that are a bit more developed. The numbers are staggering. Some over the five years might actually be six. Years actually spent nearly five hundred billion dollars. That's my vision funds. Think about it. You got a vision fund. A year being injected into the chinese tech economy. Well one vision fund spread around the whole world has done quite a lot of damage. Can you imagine how inflates the values became. I mean it's a perfect point but what's even more unimaginable as how like when you look at alibaba. How did ant financial come about. How did the ownership structure of aunt come about. It's not even written about and we were talking about it. Being the largest ipo in the history of the world at thirty five billion when they formed it financial jack ma decided that he and the other seventeen executives alibaba about this fifty to ours. It's just gonna be there's and the other call it forty eight percent while that'll be alibaba. If you're alibaba shareholder you should san a seal team to jack ma and you should go pull him out of wherever he is an interrogative. That is outright theft. Jack ma should be in jail so should all of the other seventeen people that run alibaba and they stole hundreds of billions of dollars from shareholders alibaba. And yet here. We are lauding them as as visionaries in china and we are applauding this. Ipo was was bid for that. Ipo three trillion dollars worth of orders. You can't even make this stuff up. They stole a half company and yet the financial press and wall street just looks the other way i do you. Think about that steve. Well i remember the time there was quite a bit of a asking..

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"clapham" Discussed on WGN Radio

WGN Radio

03:13 min | 1 year ago

"clapham" Discussed on WGN Radio

"What's so funny also verify and the rule book says they always let me in on the joke all these pros look probably although you said that was a gem well there is it's I don't want money I had in price myself maybe about seven wells price but not these baseball you the oldest trick in the world you know I try to pull your strings on me by name job's a joke I don't after which people already every Bucko all I know when people of all ages I knew the princess one oh weeks Donnie's too she just like little article on but yeah and Yemen he's not French bone and I don't think you'll ever find any we'd start on no ma'am she's dory's jazz she is and she was born right here in Clapham that's where she was born and she took you as you read Amit I give a ten thousand American dollars the only thing in the world room three sixteen please ari when this dude gets around right I'm calling miss Jones no never mind well do I win me back did you lose your ten thousand American dollars an armed guard these these pearls no better than nothing Gary usage a good imitation must be worth fifty pounds to pounds I'm on my holiday I came out ahead after all what what about you ten thousand dollars just like that a lot of from Clapham tries to pass that ten thousand Bonnie the counterfeit that'll teach miss Jones driving faster than a line Harry lime returns in just a moment and now Harry lime well it seems that miss Jones founders of illegitimate one of those exiles in Portugal and settle down in the middle is when I ran into a restaurant a couple of seasons later she.

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Recurring Human Rights Violations in South Sudan

UN News

01:34 min | 1 year ago

Recurring Human Rights Violations in South Sudan

"The people of South Sudan have been deliberately starved in different parts of the country for ethnic and political reasons and sexual violence against women and men as a weapon of war has been ongoing. That's according to investigators appointed by the Human Rights Council who said on Thursday that South Sudan's leaders have been oblivious to the suffering of civilians. They've warned of conflict and terrible rights violations in large swathes of territory as a new deadline approaches for the formation of a unity government. After years of conflict has professor Andrew Clapham member of the Commission on Human Rights in South Sudan the fact of destruction of crops or taking away possibility of access to water through the halls. And so on that can constitute the war crime of starvation because your intention is to starve the civilian population the fact that nobody has yet starved to death all that it hasn't reached a critical level in the WFP or follow criteria is confusing. But it's not essential for our work of prosecuting starvation. The point is that there's an intentional use of this method of warfare against the civilian population. In this case by both sides we've documented in the commission's report which will be presented to the Human Rights Council on the night the March both the government and armed groups are said to have pursued starvation policies. In whoa and Unity State's massive corruption which is siphoned off. Millions of dollars from the National Revenue Authority may also amount to economic crimes by senior government officials. The investigators say

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"clapham" Discussed on The Science Show

The Science Show

01:39 min | 2 years ago

"clapham" Discussed on The Science Show

"The classrooms tier running strength, piston will Cohen Clapham. I'm two properties in the central waste of New South Wales. It'd be much supposed to be. And we lost a hundred ninety shaping title last. But I read. Away from the dogs come in once doing one coming every Nodar every second. And we have. Country around. Mike and a real man. And how have they impacted on you, as a landholder both economically and also mentally probably either been under bears in a year on every G for proper manner than cost? Founded fifty years. The draw on top of that every being finding got Zeina. Zeina. So it's really wearing. Getting worse. Moneim smack Haley leave on a puppy forty days north of Baptist. And in the last five years that ball dog started to move. We went from tiling naughty. I lame. Spec. Tally thirty percent. We few, and we, we, we do everything. But we've got a lot of absentee iron is Iran,.

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"clapham" Discussed on This Is Why You're Single

This Is Why You're Single

01:48 min | 2 years ago

"clapham" Discussed on This Is Why You're Single

"You want to read some of our Clapham back at Crete messages that you've selected for us to read on this episode? Yes. So we have a great. One from our listener, Rachel and other Rachel? Yes, she will never forget that name. She wanted to know if this Tinder message that she got is creepy or cute. I think you're kind of disagree on this one actually, which I love him. We disagree so he, we don't mirror each other. We don't because we've been friends for too long too long to marriage other. So he wrote she this guiding match with Charles, and he wrote her and said, I have this application to be filled and then sent attacks, which his bio on Tinder says, taking -application for cuddle buddies message for terms and conditions, and that right off the bat for me. I'm like, gag in my mouth, which I'm like, okay, not like I don't love it, but I'm like, I'm not like rolling my eyes completely. I would just think that he's kind of joking, but this guy was not joking as she goes to. He takes the joke far too far. So she wrote him and said terms and conditions, please, which I think is like a funny flirty thing. If you're if you're into that, if you're in his initial profile where he wrote like terms and conditions, and so she writes terms and conditions plays like send them over, which is basically her like icebreaker to be like, hey, like, you know, how are you? Yeah. And then he wrote, he responds, I have this application be built and then text messages like a very detailed, very detailed application. Why don't you tell us what's on it? Okay. So this is for her to fill out name, age height, weight sex, allowances during cuddling, Mark an expert. All that apply hand holding falling asleep. Kissing tickling playing with hair, big Spooner, little spoon top two favorite movie. John rose top TV shows..

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"clapham" Discussed on Talk Is Jericho

Talk Is Jericho

02:02 min | 3 years ago

"clapham" Discussed on Talk Is Jericho

"Soul it and london is on the way to selling out funds stories for my entire career music wrestling rock and roll paul mccartney keith richards great ozzy sharing stories vince mcmahon all across the board undertaker ralph's i'm telling you stories behind the scenes you ain't never these stories before london tonight the clapham grand london still some tickets available but we'll see you all there and then as if that's not enough enough enough jericho fosse's getting ready to hit the road again with judas rising tour part four i think it is starting up in august we got adelaide his way the stir and stone broken joining us this time around we got a bunch of games before then as well i'm gonna run down for you july twelth rock usa oshkosh wisconsin july thirteenth ca dot rock fest and cannot wisconsin it could do but sure the fourteenth peoria riverfront puree illinois fifty this belvedere illinois the apollo theater then we go to europe for july twenty six the fezzan festival in hungary excited about that then we're due in prague the rock of ages festival in germany's zurich rock planet and italy slovenia avakian in germany berlin bull home shopping berg they end is iraq festival and alqaeda spain on august ninth alcatraz in belgium august eleven and then returning to the uk bloodstock it can park in walton on trent derbyshire on august twelfth and then we come back to the states once again for the judas rising to adelaide is way starting off tour august twenty fourth in atlanta that we got huntsville clarksville little rock joliet illinois omaha damore in minneapolis fargo saint louis indianapolis fort wayne columbus ohio cincinnati louisville charlotte jacksonville north carolina huntington west virginia greenville south carolina savannah lake buenavista tampa fort lauderdale jacksonville florida rocky legions and camden new jersey october six go to fosse rock dot com for all ticket information and all.

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"clapham" Discussed on BBC Radio 4

BBC Radio 4

01:44 min | 3 years ago

"clapham" Discussed on BBC Radio 4

"There's a silver lining in every cloud isn't it thanks very much stephen clapham of behind the balance sheet and the national landale mills sarasin partners at my markets case this morning is jane foley of rob a bank jane i think too big subjects this morning one is fixed odds betting terminals this is all about the machines are in highstreet bookmaker's this'll the bookies will be up in arms about this completely went well they are in fact that that's too big campaigners as the book is on one side and then as a quasi the people companion about the government's moral obligations on on the other and get the government is making that's quite shortly on on what it's going to do about this and that the real problem here is that right now prentice can go up and and pumped up to one hundred pounds every twenty seconds on these machines and of course at this can wreck lives say at the government's announcement is to what degree they're going to limit this now it had been thought that they might just limit it to thirty pounds of spin but there's now talk that they could limit it down to two pounds it's been it's the bullies have campaigned really harbison talked a lot about the potential commercial hama will do them and really they've lost the argument that seems to me that they've lost the announcement this morning is likely to be the max it shows that really commercial arguments don't necessarily hold sway and neither should they well that's right an commercial argument is based on at nickleby twenty thousand jobs lost at kpmg did a report to suggest that the treasury could lose about one point one billion in revenue every three years but again if we look at the labor market right now any case extremely strong it's very difficult for them to say twenty thousand jobs would be loss you know that that's the end of the world is not very likely that most of those people can be reabsorbed quite quickly just frequently jane what are we expecting from mothercare this morning a big baylor and the reappointment of of the chief executive.

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"clapham" Discussed on AM 1590 WCGO

AM 1590 WCGO

01:44 min | 3 years ago

"clapham" Discussed on AM 1590 WCGO

"Need to move to a different room otherwise we're getting this looping feedback on the phones is what we're getting sounds better so far all right so out even know where to start here we've got we've got all kinds of stories that we brought up together here when we were discussing this you know it's really interesting that we've got people that come to america this is by the way this is not just for you guys this is my pet peeve in america we have people sitting on the couch on welfare doing nothing expecting other people to take care of them whereas other people come here from other places in the world and find fortunes for themselves and you guys came here from india separately found each other and created this wonderful life incredible business model and i wanna take my hands in clapham for you just to start with for that because that's just a wonderful thing but pick up the story with you and how you found your way to america and then we'll pick up after that i came to america in early nineteen eighty i on a diplomatic leader because my father was the counselor general and laugh and and also as director of the german now what's interesting you you've done all this real estate but you brought to me that this is something that has run in your family some of your past elders owned real estate also share that story with us.

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"clapham" Discussed on Christpoint Church

Christpoint Church

02:19 min | 3 years ago

"clapham" Discussed on Christpoint Church

"It's about health and so i'm preaching not so you can have numbers i'm preaching so i can have health to you to your spiritual body so tomorrow on monday something comes and you can say a jesus if the spirit of god was in christ when he went into that dead and his corpus his his lifeless body went into that that barrel tomb and if if that same spirit rose cross from there then that spirit that was in christ raising him up as the same spirit here on monday with a report that's going to help me live on tuesday and wednesday and thursday and friday and saturday sunday i can come back and say that god is good he is faithful that's that's how i'm preaching here today i'm not really worried for your man's i'm not really worried for your shouting and clapham though sometimes that's good for your ego but i am i am i'm just being honest you don't want me to lie to you you but i'm preaching so you can have reference and allow the grace of god to move into your life so you can really impact this generation and so here pau your pa he's talking to these crete tins they were they were not you know you didn't have a poster of the of the crayton's in your will they weren't great examples teenagers let me let me tell you these people were liars and cheaters manipulate there were pirates they were pirates and paul singing grades can work in you i know you lie i know you glenn i know you a bunch of peace but if you allow the bryce of god you can impact your little island for jesus christ and he's saying the the way you do that as you got look back to the cross you got your your live of reference i'm gonna give you a point of reference is the cross the cross still worst across where you find you deliver the cross is what brought to out the cross has a name his name is jesus and is still works whatever happened at the cross can still happen to your life every day every day so.

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"clapham" Discussed on talkRADIO

talkRADIO

02:30 min | 3 years ago

"clapham" Discussed on talkRADIO

"Hedges that line country room also hind oncoming sutherland who is entering that been never suspected that an oncoming vehicle was veering into his lane if you could see the danger around the band slow down break before the band not on it think sort radio traffic in travel good morning starting on the m one heading north through job a show we've got slow traffic between junction 28 and 29 following an accident or lanes have reopened and and worcestershire the m five also heading north as a lane closed between jumps in six and five because of the break down and on your trains a road vehicle has hit a bridge at clapham high street station that continents has no service on london underground between sorry keith and clapham junction that she latest honesty day a need to tyler zeller dollar is water need mm he will i need a dollar for dollar for dollar is water nude so dan the dollar abdullah is what i need the by not pay ballistic celic the easy way to make money download the up and stopped selling now he by fill yet caught with cola just weeks was safe to drink new radio the leviathan of chat rides hello i james well go radio prisons isn't afraid to too i believe the meeting should be well balanced tie myself i know james way remember when a filled up my lowest swimming costs enough lift legendary james while shower lisa can fulfill me will i haven't gotten kept while he was stuff what the other to be honest with you one hundred percent wale zero percent i want to know whether all dr from being to route 9 from seven on talk radio whatever you stand pauvres your say on the uk's most outspoken space station the no known as those collect those three julia hotly her bond bonds sold radio we'll get yet so we certainly will get you took in here at the talk radio i'm julia hottie bad good morning to you that those are the fifteen th of february listening to break with me we have been talking about this or horrific high school shooting yesterday influence left seventeen people dead including a number of students also this processed food that's going to well give me a cancer cell is.

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"clapham" Discussed on BBC Radio 4

BBC Radio 4

01:54 min | 3 years ago

"clapham" Discussed on BBC Radio 4

"Malone investment banks this time last year were predicting parity between the euro and the and the pound it never happened it didn't happen and that's one of the reasons for that was the bank of england because if you go back to september standing before very well just ahead of that bank of england an interest rate move which we had it eventually in november but around about september even lateaugust that's when the market began to process that in so that was something which supported the pound but i think in a whilst we can say that generally market citic new politics some degree adept at you can say that with respect to to the uk because goes the brexit theme continues to hang over the market and that could create a lot of volatility again this year thank you very much jane foley from rubber bank richard dunbar from aberdeen standard investments and stephen clapham from v from the paigc and sonia loud from fidelity international dominate thanks very much as 28 minutes paul vi of the sport with sinali wanting sinali the morning michelle is a huge night the dots fans last night the end of an era as the sport said farewell to sixteen in time world champion phil taylor but lost night his hopes of ending his geesteren curry with a 17th world title were ended by a player who was born in 1990 the same year when taylor took his first tuchel former electrician rub cross who only turned professional in early 2017 thumped him seven two in his first appearance at alexandra palace mark hughes insists he still demand to keep stoke city in the premier league there were calls for him to go from some funds in their one nil defeat to fellow strugglers newcastle mark lawrenson thinks hughes won't last long address think you'll grow i would i would soccer but i think he will i think you'll go i really do i think he's got to the stage now were it's a thanks but no thanks and were soon as a little bit of a bounce now one new managers commend carbohydrate obviously at the weekend against wofford now i think i think i'm gonna give you david for the owner today birther nothing killers job manchester united a backup to seconds after beating everton twonil ending a run of.

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"clapham" Discussed on talkRADIO

talkRADIO

02:02 min | 3 years ago

"clapham" Discussed on talkRADIO

"They understood she was trying to take selfie while she fell in in clapham now this is just a big concern understand the selfie society and we'll all sort of criticized and this is a big tragedy in it but just be careful for the ultimate shaw really is it worth it is ever going to be really the ultimate shoppers i think people are increasingly seemed living their lives through their phone attention was seen on around on what being preach about them enough taken ill so he myself because you have to have a picture of itself at least one was that you'll validation you own existence i agree moving on to sort of scientists or version of this is taking photographs of their food an instagram here i just hope on just eat the food y you wanna take a picture of their casually i will tweet a picture of shows fish and chip him having obogu and chips you some everybody else on a dot jealous is that while you do what do you think it's going to get cold in on this story lies line is not to take a photo of my vote will have a bird egyptian but you've automate doesn't sound let me tell you that if we may now too serious there on the front page of the guardian we've just been discussing on the program the institute for fiscal studies about wage growth yet no of course we humpty year the budget didn't way on wednesday load of the headlines as you would expect that route regards to stamp duty but in amongst that was rather gloomy and do me full costs about our growth the economic growth now these uh saudis as they always do they take about 24 hours ago in very big detail as to what was announced in the budget and in the supplementary paperwork that goes along and they basically taken look instead we workers face two loss decades without earnings growth and it will be the twenty 60s before britain's fools to the levels had been before the financial crisis they're playing blaming low productivity and the fact that rising inflation is eating into our petty packets just it goes to highlight the squeeze on household incomes is just going.

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"clapham" Discussed on WJR 760

WJR 760

02:04 min | 3 years ago

"clapham" Discussed on WJR 760

"To uh to a very cold one in a hurry and the month before leaving yup lotta people listening to us getting some uh uh dan yaohua a couple of weeks ago we heard the uh the first forecast foursomes around here and the man who are told us it was going to happen was right on the money as he always is when he joins us and he's here to tell us about this cold weather now and you know who it is rich bomber do yeah rich bowman so reliable out at the white late township office for the national weather service he is the the warning coordination meteorologist nature and uh i'm looking into these weather maps and and trying to do my best to figure out what they say he's much more qualified to read them that i am all i know is the uh uh the weather maps are one thing but it's it's the uh uh uh uh yes it's gonna get cold rich that that concerns me hi good morning crank it uh soundly is going to be a kind of a clapham the pay come tomorrow morning i guess so so what's going on over whether we're we're told that there's this arctic a high latitude blocking pattern that is going to form by thanksgiving day is going to keep the cold weather here that it is sort of interpret all the stuff for me and ensure the first thing that were gonna be noticing in the arctic frans becoming down uh uh john we'll see those mid at lunchtime and and to the early afternoon but uh by evening when everyone's going home uh temperatures are going to be falling through the 30's big arctic high comes then over us for much of the weekend so uh a lot colder than average and uh a lot cooler than what we've had for most of the fossil is going to stay down in the thirties all weekend yeah yes it is side tomorrow is gonna be i will be luckier somoza in the twenty a little bit of a rebound on.

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"clapham" Discussed on BBC Radio 4

BBC Radio 4

02:02 min | 3 years ago

"clapham" Discussed on BBC Radio 4

"The ambiance has is looking to imprint his his his stamp on the country he sydney's thank you much stephen clapham of behind the balance sheet is the vendor that means it must be time for the annual conference of the cbi britain's biggest business lobby group theresa may is speaking as his jeremy corbyn caroline feb in straight to general the cbi colonel what you expecting to hear from the prime minister this morning it good morning dominic well and i think there are two big themes running through to co opt conference here today the first is they as scale of the opportunity from technology but the need to get matchfit for it so we are hoping to hear from the prime minister of renewed commitment to industrial strategy it has been one of her very big themes that is very welcome that the progress that we need quickly now on innovation skills and infrastructure is pressing so something i think a commitment around that and the second big theme here today is the challenge of brexit firms wanting to get on with it but with uncertainty really biting and we have a survey today indicating sixty percent of firms could a trickett contingency plans by march of next year now that could be halted and so hearing from the prime minister about ongoing commitment to bringing grace sec says anti unity and urgency to business out of the main things because nausea theresa may speech i i remember being different was it'd be probably wrong to characterize it as antibusiness but it was a little bit hostile eu expecting something a bit friendly of the year well i think what we are seeing is just a we had the biggest conference here in in a decade 1300 businesses and i think that's an indication of the willingness of business to stand up and be a very big part it onto his hair and i think that has been recognised by complement we we are seeing i think much has partnership in working and i think we had it party conference speeches strong at recognition of the role of markets which have delivered such fatty four at the uk for so long so i think this is an opportunity for business and government really to be standing together at here today and we are delighted to be.

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"clapham" Discussed on The Adam Buxton Podcast

The Adam Buxton Podcast

02:27 min | 3 years ago

"clapham" Discussed on The Adam Buxton Podcast

"Currently a member of the full still i mentioned the full earlier on with reference to the the spirit of what bill does i don't know if that's a particularly good comparison but that's what it reminds me of that kind of maverick voice anyway mike clapham plays keyboards for the full now and then mark mark smith hasn't been very well recently so one or two of the gigs have been quite eccentric they played earlier this year at the hundred club in mark smith didn't come out of the dressing room he just stayed in the dressing room with a radio mike delivered his performance from there with the rest of the band on stage i wish mark a speedy recovery and i wish mike all the best with the full and with his comedy promoting duties which he continues to do thanks again to him flawless help in setting up this episode of the podcast now what else can i crap on about inconsequentially went to the movies the other day went to see 'bladerunner twin t forty nine who was fine actually for the first hour or so i was really enjoying it so spectacular and cinematic went to see they i in nor chin thought it was gorgeous loved all the stuff with the hologram a in his flat and the way that they did all that just from a technical point of view i read some criticism about the female characters in the movie and i could sit of see where a lot of that was coming from i guess which is a bit of a shame and then you know a kiss carried on for another two hours all you know at no point was i really in pain but what's wrong with like a two hour running time i don't think there's anything wrong with it it just didn't seem as if there was any real justification for having lost most of my life and the other things laws you know i just love the original so much and there isn't that much to the original is there.

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