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"commons chamber" Discussed on NewsRadio 1080 KRLD
"With parliament holding a virtual meeting on zoom with social distancing rules in place there's now only room for about fifty lawmakers in the house of Commons chamber for the rest its government buys you there now H. screens that have been wrecked in the train but to enable that you see in conversations and interventions to take place journalist Caroline Wheeler says she's looking for to glimpsing members of parliament in their home habitats are we going to see some interventions of some of the MPs children popping up on the screen I mean it could all be quite highly entertaining but a serious intent to show British democracy is alive and well despite this pandemic Vicki Barker CBS news London Australia's second largest airline has gone into bankruptcy protection becoming one of the first major corporate casualties of the corona virus engine Estrellita bustle ready groups five five billion dollar days prior to the impact of the corona virus we had determined to see virgin Australia back up and running soon a line founder Sir Richard Branson we will have to make this is strong with this third party administrators have now moved in they form bankruptcy protection to keep the airline flying away willow tree the operating structure of the business the asset structure the late structure is he said Minnesota born Strawbridge and you wind up new investors and possible job cuts are on the table stop my payment for CBS news Brisbane Australia and a corona virus outbreaks already made a shambles of the summer movie season and now the pandemic is starting to make inroads into what movies will be out this fall and winter Warner brothers has delayed a batch of releases including the new Batman movie and a sopranos prequel entitled the many saints of Newark that one has been moved from this September to next March the Batman movie has been pushed back until October of next year and industry experts say with theaters closed in production delayed by so we'll distancing there will likely be more changes going forward a South Texas emergency room physician meanwhile he chose in a novel place to self isolate as he treats patients with the corona virus Dr Jason Barnes has turned his kids backyard tree house into his temporary home the Corpus Christi caller times says the thirty nine year old doctor as as seen Corpus Christi says the often shouts down to his kids if he needs something he's got two sons six and nine courses self isolation means they lose their Playhouse but Barnes says they understand they better and it's any baseball lovers dream to hear his or her name announced in a major league game and for some it's a dream that's about to come true thanks to the public address announcer for the New York Mets Colin Cosell who is Howard Cosell grandson by the way wow he's using time that he would be spending at the ballpark to create customized intro is for Mets fans for now because that was been giving priority to people in the medical field and other first responders but he's eventually going to expand it to anyone who wants one you just send him what you want him to say and he'll say if he will even include some walk up music for you if you want to add is way cool love.
"commons chamber" Discussed on 760 KFMB Radio
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Johnson suspends UK Parliament after latest Brexit defeat
"Britain the mother of parliaments has suspended itself a four five weeks. in a session that ram well past midnight. parliament enacted a law to block a no deal brags that next month. order the government to release private communications about its price of plans and rejected the prime minister's call for a snap election to break the political deadlock. and then my friends of parliament was then suspended. at the government's request. until October fourteenth a drastic move. that gives the prime minister Boris Johnson a respite from a belly it rebellious lawmakers as he plots is next move so the prime minister has suspended parliament. do you understand British lawmakers earlier rejected Johnson's request for an election before the country scheduled departure for the from the you. a total of two hundred ninety three of the six hundred fifty house of Commons members backed the proposal well short of the two thirds majority needed opposition lawmakers voted against the measure or abstain. Johnson wanted a snap election October fifteenth just over two weeks before the scheduled October thirty first date for brexit but opposition parties say they won't support an election until Britain has secured a delay to the break to date. about of course to ensure the country doesn't crash out of the block without a deal. parliament has ordered the government to seek an extension if there is no deal by late October but. I'm telling you the prime minister is vowing not to seek it away. now his opponents accuse him of trying to avoid democratic screwed me. Winston Churchill's grandson. was thrown out of the Conservative Party. my friends what is usually a solemn formal ceremony. arrested into Iraq is seen as opposition lawmakers in the house of Commons chamber shouted shame on you. all up signs reading silence. common speaker John Bercow expressed his displeasure at parliament suspension saying this is not a standard or normal procedure. it is one of the longest for decades and it represents an act of executive fiat. now Boris Johnson said the country's delayed exit must happen at the end of October with or without a divorce agreement. many lawmakers fear a no deal breakers it would be economically devastating and are determined to stop him. Johnson replied defiantly I will not ask for another delay. but he has few easy ways out of. is options all of extreme include disobeying the law which could land him in court or even prison and resigning so that someone else would have to ask for a delay. house of Commons also demanded the British government to hand over communications among officials about a decision to suspend parliament and it's no deal brings a plan. lawmakers passed a motion calling on the U. K. to release by Wednesday a formal formal or informal emails and text exchanges between aids and officials relating to suspension as well as the impact of leaving the you you without a deal. you understand that under parliamentary rules the government is obliged to release the
"commons chamber" Discussed on Monocle 24: The Briefing
"Like from one day to the other everyone suddenly has driverless vehicle. I see no problem with that. The problem is when it's. Scented just as a solution. When there's other things that need to be on. Let's continue with one more story briefly from the guardian now this is a story about the restoration of the houses of parliament here in the UK. Now, the projects who renewed restored the house of parliament has been going on for a while. But here it says that members of parliament are going to vote in the next couple of weeks to create this new entity that the guardian describe was here as an Olympic style body to oversee the six billion pound restoration project. There's reports as well that they they is this urge to speed up the process after not them fire. It has certainly raise awareness to buildings that are this old are at risk as number here. That is a lot like since two thousand and eight the pulse over Spencer has caught fire. Sixty six times. What? Yeah. Obviously, these are small fires at wardens are able to put out because of the existing fire alarms, and the fact that it patrolled building constantly, but that's a lot. Yes. Sixty six is a lot and other interesting nugget of information, I heard recently, it's I don't know if it's confirmed information supposedly they have a massive most problem over there as well. So they've been goes even getting mice there. Oh my God. So see like there's a lot that needs to be done a lot of work can oversee now the plans for the temporary Commons chamber and those are meant to be announced later today. So just to keep an eye on this story exactly with the Rabelo there. Thank you very much for joining us here in the briefing. And finally on today's broke from Norway's new health ministeries in Horta balls Rover Commons that she may to the country's broadcast to AIn ARA k seal v least Hogg said that smokers are treated like pariahs. And that it wasn't the government's job to tell Norwegian as what to do with their buddies. My starting point for this. With public health is very simple. I did not plan to be the moral police and will not tell people how to live their lives, but I intend to help people get information that forms the basis for making choices people should be allowed to smoke drink and eat as much red meat as they want. The authorities may like to inform, but people know pretty much what's healthy. And what's not healthy? I think comments by Norway's health minister syllabi, Liz, how glitz gets more on this now with large Wagner with Monaco's.
"commons chamber" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM
"This is WNYC FM HD and AM New York. Hello and welcome. This is Newsday from the BBC World Service of Connie shelter belts plot. Good morning a majority ass last in the British parliament. But only one to start again when it comes to negotiating key parts of the Brexit deal. And that the European Union says is not an option. So where do we go from here? Fewer migrants attempting to cross the Mediterranean to get into Europe. But more dying in the process, why we hear from the UNHCR report from Venezuela as the country faces more street protests Caracas is now a city of empty shelves. But you have to film them secretly hyperinflation means many can't afford what food there is a month's wages will only buy three cans of coke. We'll have the latest sports and business news. But first this news. Hello. I'm Marion Marshall with the BBC news. European Union leaders have responded with exasperation to the vote by the British parliament reopen talks on the Brexit deal agreed to months ago at the heart of the dispute is what's known as the backstop, which would prevent physical checks on the Irish border. If no trade deal can be agreed. But the Irish government president Emmanuel Macron, France and the European Union all insists the accord cannot be renegotiated from Brussels. Kevin Connolly reports. The echoes of debated belly faded from the Commons chamber before the EU issued a statement pouring cold water on the idea that the backstop can be renegotiated the withdrawal agreement. The statement said again was the best and don't be pathway to an orderly breaks it the backstop is part of that agreement and that agreement is not up for renegotiation. There is more scope for movement in the political declaration that accompanies the agreement, but revisions to that document. I would not have legal force that Brexit is crave. The Brazilian mining company valley has announced it will shut down a number of dams similar to the one that collapsed last week about three hundred people are still missing after waste from an iron ore mine engulfed nearby areas. In a sea of sludge eighty four. Others are confirmed have been killed the Venezuelan President Nicolas Maduro said he's open to holding internationally mediated talks on the crisis in his country a week after the opposition leader Hongo to cat himself. Interim head of state this to Maduro told Russia's state news agency that his foreign minister was actively pursuing avenues for dialogue. He again asserted that he retained the support of the army to people have been killed in the Philippines city of samba Langa. After a grenade was thrown into a mosque where they were sleeping. The attack comes three days after twenty people were killed in a bomb attack on a cathedral on the nearby island of Holo for Manila Howard Johnson report. According to an initial police reports an unidentified suspects turned off a nearby street lights than through grenade into the mosque where religious leaders were arresting. But the church and mosque attacks come a week after voters in the Muslim-majority area, overwhelmingly approved the creation of a BangsaMoro autonomous region which aims to give people the greater self self-determination, it returned for the laying down of arms is widely believed that separatist fighters north involved in the deal could be attempting to destabilize the peace process, an influential Congolese organization that denounced December's presidential elections is fraudulent says it will not call for further. Protests challenging the result. The coalition of lay Roman Catholic leaders of the BBC that following the inauguration last week a failures Tshisekedi it not back demonstrations opposing him wanted Mr. Tshisekedi's rivals smarter for you insists the poll was rigged. World news from the BBC. University lecturers in the Sudanese capital Khartoum of called for further anti-government protests on Wednesday, a planned sit in at the main campus announced after the authorities ordered the release of everyone had been detained jury more than a month of demonstrations against President Omar al-bashir..
"commons chamber" Discussed on KQED Radio
"Hyper Zhen, we will now say is mandate forward and seek to obtain legally binding changes to withdrawal agreements. Deal with concerns on the backstop the mining company behind the fatal dam collapsed in Brazil promises to shop down similar sites. The director of US national intelligence doesn't think Donald Trump is right over Iran or North Korea. We currently assess that North Korea will seek to retain its WMD capabilities because it's leaders ultimately view nuclear weapons as critical to regime survival landscape gardener, Pete's guilty to the murders attributed to a gay serial killer in Toronto and the American singer James Ingram has died. You're listening to the BBC World Service. Hello. I'm David Harper. With the BBC news. European Union leaders have responded with exasperation to the vote by the British parliament to reopen. Talks on the Brexit deal agreed to months ago and peace supported a proposal to find another way of avoiding a return to a haunt border in Ireland instead of what's known as the backstop, but the Irish government president Emmanuel Macron, France and the European Union own insists the accord cannot be renegotiated from Brussels. Kevin Connolly reports. The echoes of debated belly faded from the Commons chamber before the EU issued a statement pouring cold water on the idea that the backstop can be renegotiated the withdrawal agreement. The statement said again was the best and Dundee pathway to an orderly Brexit the backstop is part of that agreement and that agreement is not up for renegotiation. There is more scope for movement in the political declaration that accompanies the agreement but revisions to that. Document would not have the legal fourth that breaks. It is crave. The Brazilian mining company valley has announced that it will shut down a number of dams similar to the one that collapsed last week about three hundred people are still missing after waste from an iron ore mine engulfed nearby areas. In a sea of sludge Venezuela's Supreme Court has banned the opposition leader from leaving the country and has frozen his assets, including Bank accounts. It comes a week after Mr. Dau declared himself Venezuela's interim president this report from Leonardo Russia. The decision was announced by the head of an as well as supreme court. Michael Morano, only a few hours after a request was issued by the attorney general. The US has warned that there will be serious consequences. If miss Aguado is hand, he's behaving like a president appointee amassador's in announcing government policy, but he doesn't have executive power President Nicolas Maduro has the backing of Russia and the armed forces in says, his country's legitimate leader. To people have been killed in the Philippines, city of San Beranger. After a grenade was thrown into a mosque where they were sleeping the attack took place three days after twenty people were killed in a bomb attack on a cathedral on the nearby island of Holo Howard Johnson reports from Manila, according to an initial police reports an unidentified suspects turned off a nearby street lights than through grenade into the mosque where religious leaders were arresting. But the church mosque attacks come week after voters in the Muslim. Majority area overwhelmingly approved the creation of a BangsaMoro autonomous region which aims to give people the greatest self determination in return for the laying down of arms is widely believed that separatist fighters not involved in the deal could be attempting to destabilize the peace process. That's how Johnson reporting this is the latest world news from the BBC. And influential Congolese organization, denounced December's, presidential elections. As fraudulent says it won't call for further. Protests challenging the results the Roman Catholic CLC coalition says that following the inauguration last week affiliates. Tshisikedi it will not back demonstrations opposing him correspondent say his rival Martin fire. Lou will find it difficult to gather support without their backing.
"commons chamber" Discussed on Remainiacs - the Brexit Podcast
"I thought he's played an absolute blind to there because it by doing it to you probably don't need to do this. But once the notary world, I'm digging by doing it to the business motion. It was attached to any debate any sort of member. There was coming out of a big on any motion that was coming out of section thirteen or the withdrew. And I just meant any part of the debate on her trying to leave go amendments attached to it was like super version of Henry Benz amendment. It's really really clever stuff. He's a smart one grief. However today, you don't wanna bit tits up. Never taught like I do. I'm so sorry. Insecure very badly paid employment and journalism. And. Wrong. And the reason for that was this weird constitutional theory that popped up this morning and then by the afternoon lawyers for the house of Commons. We're saying that it was true. And it was to say that there's actually a kind of a Rinku in the way that things a framed to sort of time ticking time bombs that you have to look at the first one is if she gets a deal, and it's down by the Commons this twenty one days, and then a minister has to come up and go there's no deal when I'm putting the statement here. And then there would be amendments quitting degrees. The other one the other part of that the other ticking time bomb was what if she didn't get a deal in Europe? And after that you had into the twenty first of January for a minister to come to go, look, there's no deal. And then you'd have the grieve amendments, however, neither of those things of current you happened. She has got to deal with the Europeans. But there is currently no vote that's going to come. She's refusing to say when it would even be and some lawyers that that means that there is now no reason that any minister has to come to make any statement. It's to the house of Commons, and therefore there's nothing to amend, and therefore there's no obvious parliamentary mechanism to stop them doing no deal before much. Now. I don't think that's true and must be another way of doing it opened its points out this sort of hovered around the Commons chamber today. And may didn't seem to believe it was true or had not understood what it was. She was being asked or had not been properly briefed on it, all she's separate legal advice. You know, that'd be a good part. So at the moment, it's not clear what the mechanism is last week. We knew what people's vote can do to make sure that we can solve this week. It's not entirely clear, and that's one of the reasons that today really can say property shifted me up the stuff that was going through in the comments today. I think we're in a much worse position today than we were at this time last week sorry, Tuesday, dos. We we as in remains a whereas in the remains and do so the British public. You can pick one of those. And europe. Pretty sucked and some people recognize it. Do you think that the Tories would let may fire another lection nothing will remove it seems nothing were removed for she will just stay and stay and stay. I mean, could you could you see flying another election or if one was four she would just have to go. No, she can't fight another an action because she. Lost of pretty in the last one. And I don't think anything has changed in the public's attitude towards may since then except to accept the perception that she's probably the least bad of a bad bunch, and that doesn't help when you fighting against an opposition. So. I think someone I think someone else would have to take is this to be bre Dutch -ly, she's my hotel currently..
"commons chamber" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York
"London officially the. Bright, makes no difference to whether conservatives can depose their leader but a person familiar with the process told Bloomberg. That realistically, it would be difficult to administer vote of confidence woman is at parliament on holiday during a busy. Day in parliament may took a, Wiki, questions in, the house of Commons chamber before much lengthier and less frequent grilling from senior lawmakers who chaired various parliamentary committees may round it off today at a meeting of Rankin File new make. Is to unite divided party at a largely positive meeting in which one, NUM said he'd withdrawn his letter calling for a confidence vote, in London Alex Morales bloombergradio in China the you. Want is weaker again today the currency fell to a one year low and still China's central Bank shows little sign of intervening Bloomberg's Tom MacKenzie reports from Beijing economists say yes this is more about softening the blow as a result the trade war to give exporters Breathing space others would. Say this is, more, about US dollar strength so there's that debate going on but it's certainly interesting to see the. The policymakers here have been apparent he'd read, it to be relaxed about seeing the. Car seat depreciate by about seven percent today pimco says it expects China, will continue to tolerate higher volatility in the u. on. And a moderate weakening of the currency President Trump, is weighing in on the record antitrust find the EU slapped on Google on Twitter today the president said quote the European Union just slapped a five billion dollar fine on one of our great companies Google they truly have taken advantage of the US but not for, long Google as appealing the, fine Japanese prosecutors charged major. Steelmaker Kobe Steel today with violating laws overseeing competition in a massive aching of.
"commons chamber" Discussed on BBC Radio 4
"Be launched within three years it says Rolls Royce unveiled the electrical vertical takeoff and landing vehicle at the Farnborough air show yesterday described as a, cross between a drone helicopter on a plane the times quoted the seven the main headline this morning is that more contentious Brexit legislation comes before MP's this afternoon hours after. Theresa May avoided a Commons defeat by just three votes and on that subject the prime minister suffered a fresh ministerial resignation last night as she narrowly avoided the defeat the defense minister guitar Bairbre quit to vote. Against the government with thirteen other conservative remains As Theresa May faced accusations she was caving in to conservative. Brexit here's here's David. Cornyn the vote when it came was close enough to prompt gasps around the Commons chamber, the to the right three hundred and five the nose to the left three hundred two One of two divisions one by a majority of only three votes but at. Some cost Theresa May tried to head, off a rebellion by her eurosceptic MP's, but her decision to agree to their. Demands prompted a, revolt by the party's pro-european. Wing one of the changes would make it illegal for the UK to collect? You tariffs after Brexit and as the EU reciprocate critics say would effectively kill off? The cabinet agreement negotiated at the prime minister's official residence Chequers appoint mate the labor MP Stephen Kinnock why then does she keep dancing to the tune of the European research group does she see the. By capitulating to their proposals on the customs and trade Bill she's accepting that the checkers deal is now dead in the water Theresa May who'd been in. The Commons to make a statement about. Last week's NATO summit. Said he was wrong about the checkers agreement I would not have gone through all, the work that I did to ensure that, we reach that agreement only to see it Changed in some way through these? Bills they do not change that checkers agreement they do not change that checkers agreement? But conservative divisions over Brexit was soon laid bare during hours of fiery passionate debate the former cabinet minister pretty Patel was behind the amendment to stop the UK collecting e tariffs she said she wanted. An equal partnership what has been proposed is not an equal partnership it is yet another compromise it will make nothing in return And so the. Government has a chance addresses by vacuum is amendment a prominent remained supporter Anna Subaru had friction. Less crossborder trade was vital it was. Margaret Thatcher championed free trade as crowned conservative and. I a Tory I believed. In business I believe in chocolate I believe in. Enterprising her use of. The former prime minister's name was. Too much for. Her conservative colleagues Redwood Lee Aleve supporter I knew Margaret, Thatcher I work for..
"commons chamber" Discussed on BBC Radio 4
"The health secretary jeremy hunt announced that the computer era the large of many as two hundred and seventy women in england may have been cut short because they weren't screen for breast cancer when they should have been with yesterday in parliament here is our parliamentary correspondent sean curry as mp's filed out of the commons chamber at the end of this week prime minister's questions the health secretary jeremy hunt made his way to the dispatch box and announced that a serious failure had come to light in the national breast screening program in england a computer problem dating back to two thousand nine as a result of this between two thousand nine and the start of two thousand eighteen an estimated four hundred and fifty thousand women hayes between sixty eight and seventy one were not invited to their final breast screening breast screening is offered every three years to women over the age of fifty up until their seventy first birthday jeremy hunt said computer modeling suggested that up to two hundred seventy women may have had their lives cut short because of the errors i'm advised that it is unlikely to be more than this range may be considerably less however tragically that are likely to be some people in this group who would have been alive today if the failure had no happened the health secretary said it was thought that three hundred and nine thousand of the women who weren't invited to abreast scan was still alive if they were living in the uk and registered with the gp they'd be contacted before the end of may jeremy hunt offered an unreserved apology on behalf of the government public health england and the nhs he said for many years the oversight of the screening program hut not been good enough it is incredibly upsetting to know that you did not receive an invitation for screening at the correct time and totally devastating to hear you may have lost opie about to lose a loved one because of administrative incompetence labour's shadow health secretary john ashworth welcome to mr hans kaunda and said transparency and clarity will vital he asked a series of questions eight years is a long time for an era of this magnitude to go undetected.
"commons chamber" Discussed on BBC Radio 4
"The humanizing phrase low hanging fruit what is sexy now going to identify provide redress to those most of the windowless generation whose lives have been wrongly disrupted by home office targets chasing amber rod said she would never use the phrase low hanging fruit and it is not an approach that i would want anybody who works in the home office ministers sat supportively around on the front bench the senior conservative cynical soames set the tone from the back benches would my right on will friend be assured that she has the total support of this side of the high toko support of this side of the highest in trying to resolve a very difficult very difficult legacy issue i'm byron went from the commons chamber to a lunch with political journalists during that the home secretary who was a leading member of the remain campaign during the brexit referendum was almost if it was more or less likely that the uk would leave the customs union rather than stating government policy which is to leave she said that she did not want to be drawn on the question that there were still discussions to be having cabinet she later clarified in a tweet that of course when we leave the eu we will be leaving the customs union back in the commons the senior conservative and remain nicky morgan said time was running out in the brexit negotiations and silence on these very important issues is no longer an option it is completely right but parliament menzer parliament's committees should ask questions about these issues what are the governments plans how off things going to work she was speaking during a debate on a binding backbench motion supported by number of select committee chairs which code on ministers to secure an effective customs union between the uk i'm the eu after brexit that was passed without a vote the speaker john boko made it clear that he thought the government should respond to this result with the future statement rachel ben reporting this more from yesterday in parliament just after half past eight on.
"commons chamber" Discussed on BBC Radio 4
"The world has been seen as a success with theresa may and the foreign secretary boris johnson who isn't always praised for his diplomatic skills say who says whatever it is i call them what an extraordinary thing the foreign secretary had been talking about his labor opposite number emily thornberry who's married to the judge sa christopher nucci but the speaker john berko said he didn't want name calling in the commons chamber we do not address people by the titles of spouses shadow foreign secretary has a name and it's not lady something we know what her name is and it is inappropriate and frankly sexist to speak in those terms i'm not having eight in this chamber mr berko seemed more relaxed about another breach of the rules the applause that greeted his comments boris johnson said he apologized unreservedly indulge just a prostrate myself before you to enter politics rainy in versus a sexism more discourtesy addy insisted he had meant new home sean curran reporting on yesterday in parliament you can hear more as usual on long wave and on one nine on one nine eight long wave rather and on digital radio half past eight as usual coming up time is now ten to seven it is indeed and it's time for today's puzzle for today it's been set by the spectrum secrets agency entrance exam which you may recognize from lauren child's novels about the code breaking genius ruby redford here it is spectrum have sent you a new credit card but in order to find out the pin you have to crack the following mathematical puzzle the pin is the smallest number can be written as the sum of two qb numbers in two different ways.
"commons chamber" Discussed on BBC Radio 4
"The old cliche if it was referring to this week's agreement for the brexit transition period hit explain things is all parliamentary correspondent susan hugh for uk fisherfolk hands are mp's this felt like a slap in the face with a wet fish only worse moot been fishing communities the is one of powell anger this is not what they were promised alistair carmichael is a lib dem but across the commons chamber scottish conservatives were notting along to that on monday the uk's agreement with the eu on the brexit change over period was hailed by the government as a success and a step forward but fishing communities around the country are furious that ministers have agreed to e you trollers still having access to uk fishing waters until the end of that period in december twenty twenty even the environment secretary michael go f who says he campaigned for brexit largely because of fishing rights didn't sound too thrilled there is disappointment influencing communities as someone whose father was a fish merchant i'm and whose grandparents are went to see to fish i completely understand how fishing communities feel about the situation at the moment i share their disappointment but michael gov wanted to stress this was temporary and a means to an end once it was over the uk would control access to its fishing waters there is a significant prize at the end of the implementation period and it is important that all of us in every area except that the implementation period is a necessary step toward securing that bryce but was it alistair carmichael wondered if fishing rights for something a conservative government might feel it could safely trade away in exchange for something else in the final brexit deal is reports of the government chief whip to d or yesterday rather told his back benchers it's not like the fishermen are going to vote lieber two too i'm the secretary of state should not be complacent he should not take it for granted in the.
"commons chamber" Discussed on talkRADIO
"Upper houses that are available gp appointments in school places actress cetera is it tenable do you think for leave voted say your constituency in the rift valley for them to know that free adult vote they devoted leave on june 2016 and that december twenty twenty people will still be able to travel freely from the eu it's getting it right over what period and that is the important thing for us lot of people voted to leave the european union for a lot of reasons taking back control i think he's probably the general way of describing it so that we are going to take back our money we are going to do all all laws in our own country but also securum borders and that means for me that when we've got a proper visa regime in place that we're able to do that it's a practical thing and got to be pragmatic about it and so i see the transitional period as being an opportunity for them to put some things into play now now the prime minister's made it up so we declare gene it was wonderful for me i was sitting in the house of commons yesterday listening to david leading to standing in for the prime minister of and china's this stung king pm here i mean all epa employees is absolutely davitti jeremy corbyn entries mates virtually unlistenable taye and david leading ten was on fire from going to be honest with you and we focus on find frontera she's she's always good and he's good six hundred and fifty mps on fire an under robin a robin flying around the chamber of the house of commons which was i've never been an mp for 25 years i've never seen this little bird flying around as a commons chamber and you could see journalists pointing members of the public gallery their ice transfixed this this little robin planted itself all over the over the chamber but it the that got me as excited as the robin was when davie leading to refer to the fact that when we leave the european union next year yes yes indeed well it we've got lots was talk about their said we're going to be to to learn lord tebbit norman tebbit corsair leading figure in the edge statue capitalistic of course apex nature in the share about a trees a maze woes and and the.
"commons chamber" Discussed on BBC Radio 4
"Panel of tv experts in the radio times it'd be grange hail which came second on news round which was in third place the males has repeated which celebrates at sixty th anniversary this year was one staple time viewing in household up and down the country the guardians as it received a thousand letters a day tim vincent a former presenter the show writes in the summit that the achievement recognizes the programme special place in generations of halts as the paper headlined puts it blew peter is the number one they made earlier quarter to seven britain could reenter the european union customs union after brexit bathwater treasury minister mel stride told mps yesterday while the uk will lead the trade bloc when he the exits the european union next to a new legislations that means it could rejoin if mps agreed his all parliamentary correspondent sean cara as mps returned to westminster after the christmas break theresa may began putting together and you look cabinet ahead of a crucial year of brexit negotiations and preparations the knowledge that a reshuffle was taking place just a short distance away a downing street added an extra touch of excitement to events inside the commons chamber one conservative philip davis wasn't taking any chances colourfully getting quake before the prime minister's inevitable calls away as the hours passed it became clear that the prime minister carried out a rather limited reshuffle of her cabinet and then peace turned their attention to life after brexit as they debated plans to allow the uk to have a separate customs and vat system what's the uk had left the european union the treasury minister mel stride at only said a few words about the taxation crossborder trade bill when he was interrupted by.
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"Say on the details of the eu exit deal not just a takeitorleaveit vote once it was already agreed event cooper wondered if the prime minister accepted vat will parliament now guess to vote on a statute ronald on a motion the four who deal is finalized win here theresa may said she'd look at what the defeat meant burt palme will have an opportunity say whether or not it agrees with the treaty that we have agreed with the european union event cooper didn't like the signed of what mrs may was telling her we call bring withdrawal agreement bill before the house unless we've got an agreement a withdrawal agreement for that i mean that's just after his knell has to have tied up in parliament offensive on that withdrawal agreement paul of will of had it say parliament who said whether or not it agrees with that withdrawal agreement that didn't much please conservative rebels in the debate that was going on in the commons chamber and a subaru was angry let me make it very very clear if there is any attempt by this government cape app on amendment seven i believe that the rebellion will be even greater and it will have even the consequences of course i'll give way the brexit minister steve baker at gush up he pointed to last week's statement that will be the following meaningful votes in accordance with that statement on the withdrawal tracy on the terms of the future agreement and of course there will be a withdrawal agreement on implementation bill which the house will consider in determined causal legislation is women well i think his unequivocal statement as i am looking pope and if it is than i am extremely grateful to the minister for doing that clearing that up and indeed breakfast and later the government one old votes on the eu withdrawal bill without damien greens resignation that should have eased the prime minister comfortably into the christmas recess perhaps you'll have time to relax then with a little cookery something mrs may links to do when she's not busy being prime minister and that prime minister's question slippers clive effort had work tight an elaborate christmas culinary question for her the prime minister told the radio times on christmas day she likes to prepare a cook her own goose.
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"On the site the paper says he blamed the instant on a stall thing issue suggesting that someone with access to the account had inadvertently hit the like a button they deem minutes to seven the most used phrase in british politics this week must be powergrab and it's any wednesday last night opposition parties accused to resume of undermining democracy don't during a row about the makeup of parliamentary committees is our correspondent shown karn loss of the work looking at the details of proposed new laws takes place in committees and not on the floor of the commons chamber usually these groups and made up along party lines and reflect the political situation in parliament but these are unusual times the election left theresa may with outer commons majority and the opposition parties reacted angrily to this gestion that the government should nevertheless be guaranteed a majority on the key committees the labour leader jeremy corbyn accused the prime minister of trying to rig parliament and the democrat us vince cable said the government was behaving like a banana republic last night when the leader of the commons andrea let some opened a debate on the proposed change jews she said the deal between the dup in the conservatives meant the government had a working majority of thirteen in the commons and could out votes the opposition government has a working majority to pass legislation on the floor of the house then the government should also be able to make progress with legislation in committee labour's angela regal wasn't impressed majority which is being done with this deal with the dp just no antipolis government to gerrymander teeth but andrea led some was supported by her fellow conservative jacob reesmogg fundamental position in our constitution look the queen's government must be carried or is it not also true but motion caused by big pause proves the majority is for the government to get its business that argument didn't cut any ice with labour's shadow leader of the.
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"Of the public sector workforce how much more likely is it that they will adopt an equally obdurate attitude when it comes to an nurses and teachers where you're talking about hundreds of thousands of public sector workers and and bills running into billions so it seems to me anyone thinking that's going to be significant easing in the clampdown on public sector pay is probably going to be disappointed another story from yesterday the government has won it's attempt to determine the composition of the committees that scrutinize legislations it goes through parliament they have but technical but it's significant the government last night secured a majority for themselves on the standing committees which carry of the detailed scrutiny of legislation away from the commons chamber up the committee carter endless hours pouring over legislation during old the lifting the nittygritty but where many of the key changes and amendments to legislation are table now why this fired up as a real rao walls because the committees are meant to reflect the composition of the house of commons where mrs may and the conservatives do not have a majority so as things dude in those committees the government would not have a majority which would mean in effect that all government legislation risk being completely changed and reshaped by the opposition so last night the government tabled a motion saying actually we're gonna have to change the rules and ensure that the government has an outright majority on these committees that inevitably provoked huge uproar and accusations of another power grab by the government but you know is a sign of the difficulties of governing when you don't have an outright majority norman smith thank you 24 minutes to seven now just down the road from where umbro costing this morning in silicon valley of the corporate giants which dominate the information the news which so many of us consume later in the program we're going to be hearing from a founder of twitter and also from the head of google news i'm mole rajin oh meteor it it has already listen to those interviews animal what are we thought was striking when we heard from we we will hear from have williams the founder of twitter is a criticism of president trump's tweets but a desire to say they were really why he won the.