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Should All Adults Get a COVID-19 Booster Shot?

Woman's Hour

02:02 min | Last week

Should All Adults Get a COVID-19 Booster Shot?

"All adults have a cave boost up on. What will the government sent me thinks. Say with the health secretary Javid saying he was confident. A booster program would start later. This month is something. The joint committee on vaccination and immunisation is grappling with and we tending to scientists to. Give us the answers on friday. The face off dame sara gilbert the scientists who led the team that developed. The oxford vaccine was splashed across the front of the daily telegraph. Saying there shouldn't be a mass booster program. She backs advice to give boosts to vulnerable people. Dame sara gilbert spoke to me on friday. And i also where the people should have a booster. If they're offered one it's a very complicated situation and newspaper. Headlines tried to get of the whole situation encapsulated view words which are going to excite people's interest. That's not actually a good way to be putting across the message here. We need to think about the different people in the population. It's really clear that people would compromised immune systems benefit from having a third dog vaccine. That doesn't mean that that s gunshot apply to everybody and we also need to be thinking about when boosters will be given Because if we give them to everybody very early then we might face a situation of saying the fact that boost does house declined before we actually see a more cases coming in winter season. Which is when we would expect to see cases of ours like this so it's not something that you can put across really in the newspaper headline. It's a lot more complicated than that. What i like to think about though is where we using vaccine doses in the wild and the problem is that we simply don't have enough awesome if we have enough doses to vaccinate everybody in the world with two devices we wouldn't be having to have the discussions about should we use them in one country or another. I'm not so so very complicated because we have to think about which vaccines survivable where they all. The expiry date for them is with us. Particular batch is that we have now whether it's feasible transport them

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Police Officer Is Arrested Over London Woman’s Disappearance

Monocle 24: The Globalist

02:17 min | 6 months ago

Police Officer Is Arrested Over London Woman’s Disappearance

"Top story on on all of the. Uk's newspapers the morning has been the disappearance and murder of the thirty three year old. London woman sierra eve rod so all of the papers of lead with us obviously. This is a massive story. Not just because. I'm a woman has who was walking home at about nine o'clock at night disappeared and now it remains have been found but the fact that the person who has been charged or arrested and charged with kidnapping amid is assuming police officer. Sorry of course you know this becomes more than a story just about crime at become. It's become the story about Women's saif can we trust the police. These these wider issues. That you know mike. People feel really uncomfortable. And in quite skiers and i think the the coverage is being really interesting around that this morning. The for instance. The times with the headline police insist women's saif discovered so not just about what. What's actually developing in the case but focusing on this wider issue of our women scf. Can they walk at home by themselves. Inc can can trust police. You know the people who are tasked with protecting us. I was so i think it's really interesting. Just looking at this coverage. And i think that will will notice this more as the story continues to develop in the uk and in london the different way that news newspapers a pulling together these stories with the headlines they choose the pitches they choose and which pitches they decide to give 'em you know the prominence to so you know. Some newspapers decided to go along with a picture of sierra. Which is usually what you would expect. You know. Today you put the front seemed to but then some other newspapers like the daily telegraph for instance. Actually with a huge picture of this police officer. Who's been arrested and a very very small thumbnail picture of sierra. And so. I think it's going to be really interesting watching. In this case we at we at prominence is given in folkestone as at the victim as the perpetrator

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Brittany Higgins Files Police Report on Parliament House Rape Claim

The Signal

05:45 min | 7 months ago

Brittany Higgins Files Police Report on Parliament House Rape Claim

"Almost a not. Australia has been transfixed by the story of brittany hagans. The former political stuff who alleges she was raped in a minister's office inside parliament house more allegations against the same men have followed along with ongoing rounds of recriminations about how badly brittany higgins case was handled all giving rise to the clear impression that something is very wrong in parliament house on stephen smiling. And i'm angie lovelock and today on the signal the case that might just trigger some desperately needed reform women in australian politics. Okay so it's it's been a couple of weeks. Maybe you could take back to the moment when this story broke. Yes so it was the first monday of this sitting fortnight around eight o'clock the morning. This is clear armstrong. She's the national political reporter at the daily telegraph newspaper based in parliament. House in canberra. An article appeared on newstalk today written by a journalist code cement the maiden and she Published the allegations of brittany higgins question of where the parliament housing camera is a safe workplace for women is again in the headlines following allegations that a young government staff member was raped in minister's office in an interview with news dot com dot. Au higgins claimed. She felt forced to choose between reporting the assault to police or keeping her dream job. Britney alleges that she was raped by a maiocco lake in the office of now defense minister linda reynolds and The instant reaction i would say was one of complete and utter shock. This abject failure to provide a safe place of work here in parliament and in politics more. Broadly has got to come to an. I think there is. I called for problem inside this building. I've spoken about it many times. I think for far too long young. Women have copped the brunt of the culture in this place and it's time we cleaned it up often beak political scandal type stories us saved until the monday of a sitting week. Because of course you have all of the politicians in cambra unable to escape the issue which was pretty much exactly why that story was published when it was but then quite quickly became apparent that this was going to be a really huge issue. More than i think what people may be realized at that moment because of course she was also booked. This brittany was also booked to appear on the project that night and give a full kind of unfettered account of what she was alleging. And that's really how it kicked off really starting the week with the most possible drama. I think i've had since. I've been camera eighteen months. Welcome back to this special edition of the project tonight. Claims of ripe roadblocks to a police investigation and a young woman forced to choose between her career and the pursuit of justice. And it all happened right in the heart of our democracy as you said clear. It broke on the monday of the start of this session. But the details of britain higgins allegations relate to twenty nineteen. What does she say happened in. What happened back then when she first talked about it. Yeah absolutely so her. Her allegation dates back to sort of the friday. Saturday of of twenty dead of much in two thousand nineteen And brittany alleges that when she was out at a with colleagues drinking at one point The the man she alleges raped her. She says through the night he'd hurler drink. She realized she was quite drunk. Wanted to home. I notice that he was buying meal out of drinks. And i was just sort of job. Well done kind of broadly being rewarded in a weird way. So would you say you were drunk when you decided to go home obsolete. She says it was suggested that because they lived in the same direction. They should share cab when she was in that cab he said i've got to pick something up from parliament on the way i and she goes along with it ends up being signed dean to parliament. Neither of them have their passes. It's quite light after hours. They have to sign themselves. Will he. signs. Both of the men go into the office. She says she would feel well. She laid down and she alleges that she wake up with with demand on top of that i woke up mid ripe essentially. I don't know why i knew. He was almost finished. But i felt like it had been going on for a while or that. He was done. He was sweaty. I couldn't get him off of me at this point. I started crying fast. Forward to the the the start of the workweek she. She comes to work and immediately. The issue is initially traded as security breach because obviously Linda reynolds was defense industry minister at the time a lot of classified important information potentially in that office so she learns pretty quickly that the male stafa involved in these instant has already been had their employment terminated over these potential security breach and she's brought into a series of formal employment meetings to discuss. What is that time. Believed to be a security breach felt like a disciplinary meeting. It was we've been made aware of the events in that. You guys were here after hours. And you know that's not acceptable She of course then disclosed to her boss when reynolds what she alleged happened to her and that also then led her going to the afp.

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Is something shifting in Russia?

Monocle 24: The Foreign Desk

05:48 min | 7 months ago

Is something shifting in Russia?

"It is no small thing for a russian citizen to challenge russia's government prominent critics risk of exile imprisonment own murder. Everyone else takes their chances with the tender mercies of russia's riot police but the challenges keep coming in recent weeks in particular. Large protests have been inspired by the latest persecutions of opposition figurehead alexei navalny. He's attempted assassination via poisoned underwear. He's medical evacuation to germany his return to russia and removal to a penal colony. This week navalny has been back in the dock in moscow on arcane charges of insulting a war veteran as is usually the case in such circumstances the very absurdity of the accusation is part of the lesson being taught which is that the powers that be can come for anybody for any reason this weekend. More protests are nevertheless scheduled a significant number of russians appear to have reached a perilous point for any authoritarian regime that of being passed caring about the consequences of dissent. These are not the first protests against president vladimir putin. But are they different. Are we on the verge of something seismic shifting in russia. This is the foreign desk. We have reached a point of no return and they felt that taken to the street was the only way to express their unhappiness with how things are going not just with aleksey navales jailing but also with the kremlin's foreign policy and declining living standards and declining incomes because this is not a genuine democracy. That doesn't mean that anything will change. Imminently the security forces at present a loyal the risks in coming out against the regime are just so vastly greater than anything to be gained but we are talking about the slow shabby decline rather than i would suggest at the moment. Any kind of dramatic cracking. It's only bolts the struggle between modernization and archaic way of life and put is a symbol of this archaic understanding of the universe and as we see as a socialist demonstrates that new generations are supporting navan the or not simply in the violence but he's way of understanding of the world. Hello and welcome to the foreign desk. I'm andrew miller on joint. First of all by natalya vasilyeva moscow correspondent for the daily telegraph natalia. First of all. Let's talk about this weekend. As i understand at the weather forecast is very very very much not encouraging for large-scale public protests. So what actually is planned. Hi andrew thank you for having me. Yes we're in the middle of a massive snowstorm bought. It's supposed to be over by sunday lunchtime. Which is when the protests are planned. The main opposition protests. This weekend's will be a sunday. Flash mob as the organizers called it they're asking on russians to come out of the houses and to stand yards for something as little as ten minutes and flash the torch on their phones. There's also going to be a couple of smaller. I would think rallies on sunday afternoon including a solas chain by women who want to express their support for the wife of alexey navalny. But that's pretty much all we have at the moment but you know i should also say that the two weekends of protests were also held pretty adverse weather conditions. As is you know it was cold and snowy so. I shouldn't think that the weather should be in the way on sunday. And it's not hard to discern the strategic thinking behind these decentralized protests. You can't very well send out riot. Police against people standing in their own front yards all over a city. The size of moscow wilson petersburg or any other russian city in fact. So do we have any idea how the authorities are likely to react to a protest of this sort. Well it's interesting that you ask because we did hear statements from the police and even prosecutors warning people against showing up for something that does not constitute a public assembly let alone a illegal public assembly. Obviously i don't expect right police to show up at every person's front door but if we see any source of flash mobs around town any gatherings and on central locations i think that might be a police response but i definitely don't expect anything as big violent as we saw two weeks ago. What's been your sense over. The past few weeks of where people are finding against the reserves of courage to participate in any demonstration against the russian state. Because it's not a small undertaking. Everybody who makes any kind of protesting. Russia will be aware of the risk. They are taking. What is it about this moment. That has led so many people to be able to get past that fear. It's interesting because when i interviewed people at the two rallies. I went to at the end of january. A lot of people i met were first-time protesters who had never been at any sort of political rallies. Even at the time when take into to the street didn't entail any physical or legal risks. A lot of those people told me that they have reached a point of no return and felt that take into the street was the only way to express their unhappiness with how things are

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UK to impose tougher restrictions on millions of people as Covid cases soar

Monocle 24: The Globalist

04:37 min | 9 months ago

UK to impose tougher restrictions on millions of people as Covid cases soar

"The last day of the year and really britain has been dominated by just two stories for the entire year so as we look back at twenty twenty world it's just covert and brexit. Isn't i'm afraid. Yes i mean. It's interesting just thinking back to the this time last year where we would just about vaguely have heard about this. A strange illness somewhere in china but we would probably had still been talking about brexit. So yes those two stories have come to dominate and particularly the news headlines on the last day of the year they have sort of the interesting thing is looking at how the papers tackled us. And the varying degrees of optimism or pessimism. You've just been hearing some sort of a bit of optimism and some papers are going very pessimistic. Some furry optimistic spe daily mail which has done is to giant leaps to freedom which is referring to the vaccine and the signature of the the brexit trade. Deal but let's look at say the times for instance so their headline talks about freedom by easter boris johnson promises and not is talking about the approval of the oxford astrazeneca vaccine. And saying that this according to the times could mean that in a by east by the beginning of april lots of people within the uk will have been vaccinated and talking about also the interesting shift in strategy. So that they're saying they're going to be now giving as many people as possible The first vaccination and delaying the second dose of that vaccination because of new research on how effectively these vaccines were and when it's best to give people the vaccination so that's generally slightly more optimistic view although he he's saying by eastern so is the ties with the time. Has its own interactive tool. When will i get the covid vaccine and you can put in various things like age and health history. When i did it. I'm not going to be vaccinated until late summer. I mean so. How is it going to be over by. I think i suppose the idea. Is that enough. People will be vaccinated and in the hope that the cases will have declined by then enough for these restrictions to be lifted. An awful life to get sort of back to normal but let's bear in mind. Let's take this with a pinch of salt in a. We were told that by boris johnson. That it would all be over in in twelve weeks that it would be over by the summer that it will be over by christmas and now it will be by eastern. So this thing does keep shifting back and bax tehran's suggesting i used to just prime ministers less than truthful. Vote for me to say that he he says slightly different things going to whatever people speaking to him though. I think that's ready. Obviously obviously wants to be optimistic but this has not been a year when as been easy. So i mean if we don't see the financial times so you know they have a much more grim images this and then they are not making this up. They're taking quotes from jonathan. Tam he's england's chief. Deputy medical deputy chief medical officer who is a of with quite turn of phrase often an interesting way with metaphors and see the he has said that the uk is in a very dangerous situation in its battle against coronavirus facing grim and depressing picture of rising infections and deaths and pointing out that Fifty thousand new cases have been recorded yesterday and nine hundred eighty. One kuroda virus related deaths. But again saying that there. Is this optimism about the vaccine but again questions about quite how many doses you can get an how quickly So the hoping that there will be millions of Oxford vaccine doses available next month in the vaccination program will be able to speed up but also pointing out that at the same time You know millions of people in the uk will wake up today in a higher tier restrictions than they were yesterday and starting the new year. That's an old say The schools will be going back As had been expected in the beginning picking of next week and this is also a story. that's The guardian is picking up talking about schools. Chaos and the daily telegraph saying is a race to roll out this vaccine in order to avoid a third to national lockdown. So there you know they are. Johnson says there's light at the end of the tunnel. The tunnel has been shortened. And we're moving faster through. Its pick one of those You know we are. We are not through

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Brexit negotiations extended

Monocle 24: The Globalist

07:50 min | 9 months ago

Brexit negotiations extended

"The brexit negotiations have been extended. It's been a tense weekend of talks which ended without a resolution except that the teams will continue to bargain. Darn mccaffrey's urine news political editor. Ann joins me now. Darna blustery man and a crumpled face and impeccably turned out an utterly composed woman libertine and lutheran images of boris johnson's meeting with usher underlying dominated the front pages and it seemed to me at least pretty much characterize the tone of the brexit negotiations. So can you tell us what happened over the weekend will in many ways. Of course the talks restarted. Again as you say. After that meeting with vonda line and boris johnson in brussels on wednesday nights they did seem not make an awful awful lot of extra progress. They inched forward to a large degree editor. Tina particularly in this area of the level playing field dot es britain would have to adhere to many of the rules and regulations of the european union for years to come that wants to have access to the single market particularly on this idea of divergence. Oh britain wants to forge. Don't power in the world committee regards. That's what brexit is. All rexiti is all about was the european union since she says well. If you do that that means consequences. It means. We may well the limit your access to the single market and the have been suggestions that it britain diverged. Too far the cop. Some of those rules and regulations that brussels could put on what a cold kind of like tariffs taxes on some of its goods to try and keep it into line. And that's been the really controversial area on that point. Europe seems to be conceding some ground that may be britain might be able to reciprocate by doing exactly the same to the eu all that the independent all between posts deciding if britain is undercut those regulations. That in the end that process is a bit more complicated and drawn out and then the eu it initially anticipated all although that's an awful lot of detail on what is a minor point there are still these inefficient gaps but there is a sign of progress and the reason that the talks continued. Go beyond yesterday is done to kind of to simple reasons. A neither side wants to be seen to walk away from these talks. Georgina no wants to collapse them. Because ultimately they'll always be a blame game about who brought about the no deal brexit and second of all you know it may well bore us all to death and there's no home and carry on talking no one loses so why not talk until the cows come home or indeed the. We're not allowed fireworks in us even till they're crackers get pulled. Whatever happens on new year's eve this year. So i mean the talks could actually go on until the deadline which is the thirty first of december. We'll in practical terms not really. Id so that the front pages of today's daily telegraph suggests that talks could carry on until new years. That's the headline. at least though. It doesn't suggest what year which is likely distancing. No i in theory. And i think we all kind of i keep saying this into the last week. I was told last week by an eu diplomat that were looking at the eighteenth around the as well as the last days to secure agreement because then we really all pushing the envelope in terms of actually just having time at all for both the european parliament and the british folder to ratify this agreement. Because it will have to be. There is a deal will need to be ratified by both parliaments. Not there is talk and with the eu everything is flexible that potentially it could be agreed by e you leaders and ratified provisionally in the new year. So almost in retrospect. I'm not entirely sure that can happen with the uk parliament but you know talks will continue at some stage. Somebody's gonna have to make a decision though. I mean they cannot continue indefinitely. And as you've said as the telegraph suggested they definitely cannot continue beyond news because of the legal deadline that is in place. But i mean there are also things like for instance tax systems need more than a fortnight to boot up to change various things. We're also being told that supermarkets have been ordered to stock up the goods. In event of a no deal will cost twenty percent more that there are interim measures to keep planes flying and so on. I mean there's so much detail that needs to be worked out the things that are really interesting about this first of all even if there is a deal it's only really covering about twenty cents of the existing rules and normality. That's already in place which means that's eighty. Percents is either having to be made up by changes that businesses are having to make stuff that you and i won't see but will cost them time and money and additionally the will be disruption because of course will be extra checks at borders particular over in calais and that means that we will see many more pictures of those lorries cues them for after aftermarket after mile. And you're right. We all still likely to see an increase in food prices to a degree. If there is no deal that gets worse because the tariffs potentially william place will be in place sterling will potentially fall even further on those two factors will mean that food prices will likely increase the destruction means that supermarkets already ordering goods talk about destruction to medical supplies and also in the amended. No deal as you rightly dives there will still have to be many deals. Don't breakneck speed to ensure that you know planes continue to be able to fly into european espace. That lorries are able to even enter the opinion so even if there is no overall trade agreements that will still have to be some deals just to make sure that things carry on beyond the. I generally in a relatively normal way now. What about the navy. The royal navy has been told that it should patrol to police channel waters To to stop illegal fishing as it may well be by then Charles michel the president of the european council referring to that said the britain was not lose. Its cooling. Go overboard he said. I'm trying to be serious on the european side. At least we keep our sang for. Yeah i think we'll see what happens with the role now. I mean even in the event of not we'll see what happens with the law. Maybe i'm sure they will patrol and all we're going to get into fish wars that we saw. I think it was back in the nineteen seventies involving iceland's when it really did get a bit nasty and ships were sunk certainly pretty badly damaged in wars over fishing there. You have to remember the european union in its deal contingency. Planning junior suggested that. If britain bolts these breakneck speeds kind of temporary deals. That i was talking about when it comes to the ability to move call goran or indeed planes that they would have to concede that the current agreement on fishing would continue for at least another year. Which makes me think that in the ends. That probably was likely to happen. Not least of all as well because we have to remember no deal. I deal on. Fishing may be banned from both sides and fishing but no deal is also bad. And i'm not entirely sure that the fishing communities of the east coast of england or northern france. Want no deal either. Because that may mean they don't have access to each other's waters but given the acrimony were to see in the nastiness in no deal. Brexit may will also mean that those uk fishermen for example will not be able to sell the fish to the european market.

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Beijing lists grievances against Australia, giving warning to other countries with tense China relations

Monocle 24: The Foreign Desk

07:23 min | 10 months ago

Beijing lists grievances against Australia, giving warning to other countries with tense China relations

"Relations between beijing and canberra deteriorating. Awhile have created spectacularly in recent months. Australia has excluded while away from australia's five g network. Australia has cold for an international investigation into the origins of the covid nineteen pandemic. It's spoken up in support of hong kong and protested against china's treatment of its wiegand minority and china has bristled at all of these moves. Some of china's responses have been merely rhetorical and calls medic including crudely goading australia. You've alleged crimes committed by string. Troops in afghanistan others had more measurable effects. Devastating tariffs on australian exports to china including especially ruinous levies on australian. Wine has china decided to full out with australia. How should australia or any other country. China has a popat react or adjust. And is there any way back to cooperation with china for australia or anyone else. This is the foreign desk. My advice to punish morrison repeatedly has do more say lis- do more is in fact. A series of concrete measures enhancing national security pows enhancing now fundamental economic cow enhancing population growth and strengthening our alliances and relationships with countries around the world. Or just the united states but in southeast asia and beyond as well so this kind of patriotism and chest puffing plays very well as china's coming out of covid domestically a want to show and deflect residual public anger over. Its cover up and handling. I'm so getting the country tonight. This way to show that they can stand up and push back against the west. I mean that's a really good message to be spending so it's really two birds. One stone the chinese government should be totally a shined of this past. It diminishes them in the world is hello and welcome to the foreign. I'm andrew muller. China is not a nation known for its impulsively where foreign policy is concerned but using tends to act carefully and deliberately so it should be assumed that it is acting carefully and deliberately towards australia for a look at what china is doing and why china is doing. It joined first of all from beijing by sophia yan china correspondent for the daily telegraph severe festival. I think what we're trying to establish here is whether this is a specific row between china and australia or something. We might see more of in china's dealings with western democracies in general but we will start with stralia. Does it strike you. That china is going out of. Its way to pick a fight with australia. Or is this something. That's just kind of happened. Organically absolutely china's definitely targeting australia. It's been going for some time and it's obviously hit a peak. Now it's every day. There seems to be something new in the sputtered. Diplomatic spat between beijing and camera. And what beijing's really trying to do is to make australia of retail. Australia is a major. Us ally part of the five. The lions and australia matches on values with america. So hunting. Australia is a way for china to send a message to other. Us allies or the country's just thinking about siding with washington and to try to prevent them from considering policies that china dislikes bans on chinese tech firms over national security risks while we issue for instance even territorial disputes in the south china sea being public about stances over hong kong and taiwan china does not want countries to get involved with what it thinks is its own backyard so pressuring australia. This way is just one way to show. Hey this is what can happen to your country if you dare to take on. There's an upside to this too. It's certain swagger for the domestic audience to show that this all powerful country china can finally stand up to the west. You have to remember that. For the chinese government and for many chinese people there is a very painful history and memory of what's called the quit century accumulation. That was the hundred years before the communist party took power in nineteen forty nine during which many say the glorious chinese empire crumbled at the hands of foreign powers. The brits the russians japanese china at the time lost almost all the wars fought. And actually that's when hong kong was ceded to the brits so this kind of patriotism in chest puffing plays very well as china's coming out of cova kovic domestically a want to show and deflect residual public anger over. Its botch cover up in handling and still getting the country two nights in this way to show that they can stand up and push back against the west. I mean that's a really good message to be sending so it's really two birds. One stone does a number of things going on there but let's just focus on one of them because it is a proximate cause of china's irritation with australia and indeed china's irritation with a few other countries. Which is far away and other chinese companies being locked out of five g networks. Why does china perceive that as an argument worth starting because it's not imaginable that any of these countries are going to change their minds. Way is in a way national champion. It's a private company. It's not state owned. But of course any company that succeeds in china is in some ways states approved so to succeed here. You definitely need to have certain. Party officials Tests the quench relationships and people in high positions in your corner and so while we the company that really shows and reflects the rise of china. It's headquartered in shenzhen which just two three decades ago with a rice patty backwater. Now it's silicon valley hub of china and this company itself really does show how quickly the economy here has grown china now. The world's second largest economy in china trauma very broad level wants to be taken seriously on the world stage and so attacking hallway company. That many would consider really national. Champion is attacking the status. That china now thinks it should have on the world stage so it's ironic also that there's concern from beijing. That other nations are talking about who as a national security risk because china itself has long said that it wants to keep certain industries telecoms utilities oil and gas within its own country at state-owned enterprises. Because they themselves. Beijing is concerned about the very same issue that foreign players could come into the country. Take a big share of the market and therefore be competitive domestically. They didn't want to see control here to foreign companies over the issue of national security. So it's actually a bit ironic for china to now be upset with other nations for saying that a chinese company coming in to build critical national infrastructure. Whether that's a nuclear plant or the telecoms network but then to say hey. You can't say that this is a risk. We don't pose a risk. it's it's it's it's. It's not very fairly for china to be saying that other nations

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John Bolton says he won't vote for Trump

Morning News with Manda Factor and Gregg Hersholt

00:25 sec | 1 year ago

John Bolton says he won't vote for Trump

"Former member of the trump administration says he's not going to be voting for Donald Trump in November John Bolton making the commenter did interview with The Daily Telegraph the revelation comes just one day after a judge rejected a White House request to block the former national security advisers book from being published it's due on the shelves tomorrow in the book Bolton says Donald Trump does not have what he calls the requisite competence to be

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Save the Children scandal 'let down all charities in UK due to mishandling of sex claims'

Monocle 24: The Globalist

02:26 min | 1 year ago

Save the Children scandal 'let down all charities in UK due to mishandling of sex claims'

"GONNA start with the Daily Telegraph. Now this is all about save the children which is alleged to have downplayed some sex scandals. Yes that's right. If you cost you mind not to fall back. There were some very serious allegations made against a number of international agent humanitarian outfits or humanitarian development outfits and save. The children was one of them so they were allegations about him. A culture of bullying inside the organizations themselves and indeed for some of these organizations inappropriate behavior actually extended to some of the very people. They were meant to help. And you've had this investigation which is carried out by the Charity Commission. And they've shown the spotlight on. Save the children and basically they said the term when these scandals about him bullying a first surface bullying within the organization the response of the charity was to effectively behaved like an ostrich and others. You Bury your head in the sand and you downplay the significance and is only as it really gained traction that they started shaking the tree that things started happening so for example you had accusations made by several women against two former senior members of staff. Now this is quite important because the two senior staffer gentlemen who joyful side. I'm Brenton Cox and Brenton Cox was the husband is the husband of Joe. Cox and Joe Cox Tragically murdered during the UK referendum on independence. She was Labor impe and out of her death came this organization. Hope not hate and so this this inquiry by the commission. It's been pretty extensive. It's made some very serious accusations but some visible the stinging sentencing here by the person who led this baroness stole of Beeston. And she said that no one gets a pulse because they all doing important work or are motivated by the desire to help some of the most vulnerable people around the world and this is a really stinging indictment of what actually went on and the whole point about it. Is that when you downplay scandals like this when these these terrible things happening in your own backyard? It's detract to not detract. It deters people who've actually very talented to want to get involved but more importantly it deters people from giving about is so so essential said they had had this open purge and to actually look at what was going on why this happened because clearly. They don't want it to repeat itself again but it's very disturbing but the truth has to come out. It's often very unpleasant but better to a face it now rather than to ignore it

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Fear of war mounts as Iran and the U.S. trade escalating threats

Monocle 24: The Globalist

03:43 min | 1 year ago

Fear of war mounts as Iran and the U.S. trade escalating threats

"Talked about the initial We've talked about the issues surrounding grounding the death of the Iranian military leader this weekend but the papers are full of the different ways to approach this huge crisis. Yes I mean looking across the British from pages. This morning is You know a clean sweep of mostly obviously the British reaction to the US attack back on the Iranian leader And as you say they take all the different different views of it so The Daily Telegraph is leading with Boris Johnson's comments on own as he returned from from his holiday over the New Year. warning Iran do not retaliate and saying that prime minister is calling for de Escalation of hostilities Whereas the Guardian looks at it from different view saying pressures growing on trump to justify the killing And they are reporting that you know the reasons that Donald trump gave for this for this attack because hanging they were you know the thin and the Financial Times Iran Rolling Maki this interval backfire. Back on the nuclear deal as Iraqis removal of US troops. I'm the Times has an interesting front page where they have spoken to an unnamed senior commander in in the could foresee they say had worked was being close to because all the money and they've told The Times that offers Iranian forces will will retaliate and target. US troops in the Middle East without any concern about killing its allies including UK troops and continues as this has turned into a fully-fledged fledged war with much. Collateral damage expected. Now obviously a loss of this on both sides is saying warned making grave threats and huge warnings warnings. And we don't know what is actually going to happen but Interestingly the The Daily Telegraph has also been speaking to FULMER UK hey military figures. They've spoken to the UK's former head of the navy and ex national security advisor Lord west of spit head and he is wanting. I'm saying that suggesting that the UK is softer target than the US. Any violent backlash by Tehran. He says I mean any Iranian response. He says will have to be calculated related to avoid a full blown war and he is suggest the Telegraph suggesting here. Some of the potential threats to the U K would include possibly iranian-backed a back sleeper cells British tourists and business travellers British prisoners in Iran of course people lightnings Ghauri Ratcliffe's case has been very high profile cyberattacks rex which is shipping and fuel supply and British troops in Iraq shows sort of how wide-ranging what's interesting here is. The anger seems very very much Directed against the United States but by Iran and Iraq. However the statement that we had from the French President Emmanuel Macron Germany's Chancellor Angela Merkel and the British Prime Minister Boris Johnson and European allies? It must be said do not mention Donald Trump wants and they do not mentioned the US's involvement in this. It seems to be an argument entirely between you between the US. And Iran with other countries being dragged down as collateral damage. Well I think you know yes as you say the the other countries and it's interesting that here Britain is putting out a joint statement with with France and Germany. Obviously in a who they had worked with in the past over the the Iran nuclear and then they're focusing as you say very very much on. What can we do about the rest? We are still continuing our fight against Dr Against Against Isis. We are still looking at the broader picture in the Middle East and they are really trying t- to calm the situation but let's let's see how how that will would

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"daily telegraph" Discussed on AP News

AP News

01:30 min | 1 year ago

"daily telegraph" Discussed on AP News

"In The Daily Telegraph paper two leaders to supplant rhetoric with fact based discussions about with this feature outside the E. U. trading block or risk deals the public will support the letter says engines are being ripped off towards striking agreements with little sense of what we actually want to achieve the child to live as much under the sale of flavored tobacco and vaping products including menthol cigarettes has been banned in Massachusetts now that the governor signed it into law the American cancer society and the campaign for tobacco free kids a Republican governor Charlie Baker signature Wednesday makes Massachusetts the first two an act a permanent state wide ban in September he declared a public health emergency and ordered a temporary ban on the sale of all the products flavors and unflavored the legislation response to growing concerns about the health effects of vaping products including death it immediately bans the sale of flavored vaping products Sandel outlaw sales of menthol cigarettes starting June first of next year Japan could have a home field disadvantage when it hosts the twenty twenty Olympics according to the deputy head of the Japanese delegation for the Tokyo games but to hear about us that the country needs to play the home advantage but also has to remove any home disadvantages countries playing host to the Olympics usually get a metal bounce helped along by cheering fans and the advantage of being at home goddesses because Japan will be at home there's a lot more pressure and expectations and he says will have to overcome this and turn the cheering into Japan's own energy Japan's aiming very high shooting.

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"daily telegraph" Discussed on AP News

AP News

09:58 min | 1 year ago

"daily telegraph" Discussed on AP News

"Trade policy experts or warning those campaigning for the December 12 vote that that promising unattainable trade benefits and setting what they cool off the tree deadlines for sealing a deal with the E. U. after brexit a dozen signet trees to a letter published in The Daily Telegraph paper 2 leaders to supplant rhetoric with fact based discussions about with this feature outside the E. U. trading block or risk deals the public will support the letter says engines are being ripped off towards striking agreements with little sense of what we actually want to achieve Charles to live as much on the

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UK trade experts urge politicians to stick to the facts

AP News Radio

00:35 sec | 1 year ago

UK trade experts urge politicians to stick to the facts

"Trade policy experts or warning those campaigning for the December twelve vote that that promising unattainable trade benefits and setting what they cool off the tree deadlines for sealing a deal with the E. U. after brexit a dozen signet trees to a letter published in The Daily Telegraph paper two leaders to supplant rhetoric with fact based discussions about with this feature outside the E. U. trading block or risk deals the public will support the letter says engines are being ripped off towards striking agreements with little sense of what we actually want to achieve Charles to live as much on the

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Boris' battle for Brexit

Between The Lines

15:25 min | 2 years ago

Boris' battle for Brexit

"Brexit circus continues in the UK and it's been more than threes since the biggest ever democratic vote in British history threes since more than thirty three million people went to the polls in a referendum threes since that vote authorize Britain's departure from the EU and yet Britain has filed to leave why I remember Boris Johnson's Dude manifesto deliver unite and defeat was the perfect acronym for election campaign since unfortunately it spills done but they forgot the final e my friends either energize. I say I say to all the dodgers dude food. We are going to the country. We're GONNA get Brits. It does deliver. WE'LL BREXIT is likely to be delayed again. Unite well as Britain conservatives who are divided more than ever defeat will. It's Boris who suffered several parliamentary defeats in the past week and energize is well. It's the reminders at least those in Westminster who are in so what on earth is going on so I'm in heaven is a high profile British commentator Haida and historian of more than three decades. He writes a regular column in the daily and Sunday Telegraph as well as the New Statesman. He's also a professor of history at the university city of Buckingham his new book staring at God version nineteen fourteen two nine hundred nineteen. That's published by Random House this month salmon. Welcome back to Irun. Thank you very much tom now. Give us a sense of where things stand with brexit well. We're supposed to believe in the European Union on the thirty first of October but apartment passed a law last week which was nothing to do with the government. It was the day that the opposition seize control of business in parliament of the law was to force Boris Johnson as prime minister to go to Brussels to ask for an extension until the thirty first of January he has said since then he won't do it if he doesn't do it he's breaking the law and he could be held in contempt of court and sent to prison so we're waiting to see what happens of course if he does go ask for the the extension. His credibility is completely torpedoed because ever since he started to fight his campaign for the Tory leadership in the summer it was on the basis that we would be leaving as he said do all die on the thirty first of October and if he does Austrian extension there's no guarantee also that the European Union will grant it it has it has to be grounded by unanimity of the other twenty seven members and they've been briefings over the last weekend from France that President Mackerel thinks we're just wasting wasting our time and the two where taking the Mickey out of the European Union. We leave immediately. We'll get to that in a moment but back to boras use side that he's credibility they will be damaged if he supports deadline of past the Halloween deadline of toby thirty one but surely some blog you'd that he's credibility is damaged because he has is expelled from the party twenty. One reminder rebels yeah. He's had a very difficult couple of weeks because he's strategist school dominic cummings who isn't isn't a member of the Conservative Party and isn't elected by anybody who has taken a scorched earth approach to those in the Conservative Party who oppose the idea that we might leave without a deal and Cummings Senator Johnson ten days ago have a force of Eight on this. If you lose the vote then throw out anybody who from your inside inside events against you and he is thrown out twenty one people including several former cabinet minister to X. Chancellors of the Exchequer an excellent translator and Nicholas serves Winston Churchill's grandson this caused tremendous outrage in in the Conservative Party in the country scorched earth tactics worthy of Donald Trump and that play will in a parliamentary. It's read democracy. It's very difficult and particularly in our parliamentary democracy add in Arkansas Seventy party whether there's always been ided individual constituency associations associations who choose candidates to become. MP's are independent of the center and can do more or less what they want and this is a very centralist almost dictatorship issue style way to run a political party which doesn't what one of the democracy okay well. The Commons has essentially overridden the prime minister by extending this deadline three months past October October thirty one but as you said before and as the support of all of the European Union governments what's the French likely to do well. France is is a problem and the European Union is not happy ship that the its adherence lighter percentages whenever there's an opinion poll in France it's neck and neck about whether French themselves ought to stay in the EU really yeah because they feel that this national sovereignty and their identity is French. People has been compromised by this also. They didn't like the fact act that they like the Germans are subsidizing other poorer countries who des necessary share all values in the suddenly anywhere near economically successful missile defenses in France the sixth biggest economy in the world we in Britain to the fifth so there's a lot of unrest about the European Union about interference in French live but President Macron Macron who of course his enemies early forties aspires to be the leader of Europe Anglo muckleshoot twenty five years older than him hasn't been well recently. She's twice while almost fainted in public appearances is standing down at the next election and she may not last much longer and it'd be a vacancy for the key player in Europe and macrumors to be that keyplayer he has a program he has a an idea of greater integration an almost federalization of Europe and he knows that written. If it were to stay in your opinion it will be completely opposed to that and so he wants personnel descriptors from your perspective from the perspective of other Conservative brexit tease you think the French could rescue rescue you by rejecting the the extension of the deadline yeah quite conceivable. They've changed their tune two or three times on this but then as recent word to come out of you've Paris last weekend was the British if granted a three-month extension would simply wasted. They've got no plan. There's negotiations getting on they haven't got a strategy to solve the problems that were in the deal that tourism April at Parliament in which was defeated three times because of its inadequacies and so the French are saying that foreign minister only real who spoke Sunday they're saying through him. We think the British had enough and we want to get them out so just say the French do due indeed reject this feel now that means that Britain will leave on October thirty one but still it just seems a fire that the only thing the British government is is doing at the moment and has been doing the lotteries is brexit. That's right. Actually it's an advertisement for what a wonderful thing that is not have government thing about the Belgium's about ten years ago and they didn't have government. That's right for about a year. I think we've we've we have passed laws in our country that I can remember. We've taken this different initiatives chiefs. We've just let people get on with this. Unemployment in Britain is about four and a half percent now. people frankly are unemployed in Britain. People whose health is cy battle junkies kids who just haven't called the brain power to get work. Everybody else go to job We've got very low inflation. We've got low interest rates. We're doing really well as a country economically and we are reasonably happy ship. It's really really brexit. It's appropriate. Maga Salmon Hefford the distinguished British columnist and historian. Let's turn to Boris Johnson. Someone you've known reasonably well over the last the best part of three decades in journalism now the Tory grassroots they love him. They voted for him to be their leader by warming the numbers you're leading conservative but you not like Boris Johnson. Why I Boris Johnson is a person. Who is you say I've known for years? A He is someone who has a very casual relationship with the truth he's known in the Labor Party. They put up tweets about him. Where they call Lavar Johnson I would get on Saturday but he certainly you finds the truth of difficult concept at times and I didn't think he's probity or the attention to detail all seriousness to be prime minister and the fact that he came into this office immediately cle- employed Mister Cummings as strategist and appeared to hand over the whole policy to him to do as immediately followed the as I say the scorched earth strategy suggest that Cummings Cummings his opponents rather than seeking to persuade the more reasonable him he just says because you're opposed to me you are clearly a worthless human being and I'm going. We're going to talk like Steve Bannon in the United States signed playbook but he's got more power than Steve Bounded had so this is this is very when Johnson was mayor of London. He had eight pitchy matters because he was notoriously idle. I'd had the attention to detail so he had to other people Lynton crosby officer Lynton of course was a former liberal rule and conservative party strategists seen all these well. Linson ran Boris Johnson's leadership election campaign and Boris Johnson wanted silence and when he collected his check which is a large one compact himself on the back of having a very successful job I didn't they with a Linson is still a a guiding Boris. There's been a word that he is but I presume has a general election and Boris Johnson has been trying to call on become get a majority sufficient in parliament eleven to approve that decision. Linda will be back in Blighty helping to run the election cabinet the many conservative voters and members of the Tory party the longtime readers of the Daily Telegraph often cruelly called the Tory graph they would read you and they might ask you does your hostility towards awards Boris out. Why your support for Brexit. No I really the thing I want most in life at the moment as an Englishman is for my country to be independent of European Union again I am hostile to Boris Johnson because I think he's very good record as a politician he was really second rate mayor of London where he wasted almost money the money and he was a truly bad foreign secretary he was a really I mean his officials at the Foreign Office absolutely detested him and he couldn't be trusted with any serious foreign policy. Theresa may continue to deal with the European policy with the policy towards America. He was allowed to go just places like darkest Africa unimportant to the Far East and shake hands there so he's he's not a capable politician. He hasn't got a grasp of detail and he's not serious and his response if you ask him a question he can't answer is to tell a joke. That's not good enough. I can't but he's defenders say he can unite the Party and in fairness opinion polls do show support for the conservative surging from twenty percent on the horizon May to thirty five percent under Boris add to that this is a point that phrase and Nelson the editor of the spectator. Mike's at two that the twelve percent support for the Briggs potty and you've got basically half the nation backing either Boris or Nausea Farraj saw even if the polls were to be tomorrow's election results you'd end up more or less with a fifty the strong majority for the Conservatives many people would say that's the best conservative results since Margaret Thatcher's third election victory in ninety seven well. There's a crucial assumption in which is an assumption rather than the facts in Fraser Nelson has jumped the gun on this and that this depends on there being a coalition between the Brexit Party and the Conservative Party is no oh such coalition at this stage at this stage but Nigel Farrell said the other day when Johnson went to see a variety of the Irish prime minister that he would regard leaving the European European Union without the deals offended of statecraft the minute that far out her that he said he's not serious about leaving without a deal therefore we can't do a deal with him. Okay Okay but just as soon there is a deal between Boris and Nargile Farraj between the Conservatives and the Brexit party this doing pretty good position because more than four hundred parliamentary entry states voted late in two thousand sixteen correct which is a lot more levers. That's true you must forget that there is a tribal determination of Labor Party vote. It is to fight for Labor Party even if it doesn't properly stand for Brexit so although Farrell she's very good at persuading working class former Labor voters to join the Brexit bandwagon had wagon we call it assume that they will also it's quite the puzzle says show a massive resurgence and support for the Liberal Democrats who are any two points behind the Labour party who basically written off when Cameron majority in two Thousand Fifteen yes and in twenty seven. I think they only had about twelve. MP's seventeen they WANNA by-election and they've had defections actions to them and I would confidently predict the Liberal Democrats win a lot of seats remain a tourism probably third of ill Tory party remains will vote for awesome in large quantities a lot of right wing. Labor people will them and quantities and the other problem that Johnson has got is it. He's loses his seats in Scotland because he's alienated. The Scottish Conservative leader Ruth Davidson who retired at the age of about thirty eight last week saying that she'd had enough well. How vulnerable is Boris. I mean he has a majority in the Commons and I think you've argued elsewhere that he's hauled on his own. Marginal seat Ish Shakira era is what a majority of five thousand outs bridge which is a very mixed seat demographically in the West of London too high immigrant population many of whom are working working class middle class and not necessarily natural Conservative Party supporters of the Labor Party already flooding activists since oxbridge to to canvas and to try to defeat him so he could struggle to hold his seat but I think more than that the some of the things that he's Don John have really aggrieved people who supported him the early prorogation people thought the Queen in an embarrassing position the he's called call six votes on things such as calling a general election twice and other questions. He's lost all six of them. I don't see necessarily he's certain either to win the election far from it or even to hold his own seed. Well I mean this is a moving story and we clearly are in uncharted waters a back. Is it possible that brexit might not even happen. I've got about obviously if it doesn't happen it will be because he is. GonNa ask for an extension on what is being granted in those seconds as I say he's finished. He's in Party will turn on him. They that's not what they put him in there to do. Also it means that we will talk Frenchman so if we stay in until the study FESTA January. There's got to be some rapid footwork to get a deal together with the probably will be no extension after that. If we get a general election at a new party come in a policy of government then they might well call a second referendum the Labor Party at talking about doing that but the Labor Party is as divided if not more divided than the Conservative Party so we concentrate towards the party of government is a moment but Corbyn's is Labor Party isn't a real mess and they're far from shore to call the second referendum so we woke feticide the most lineup parliamentarians are reminders but a pretty significant segment

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Britain, Boris Johnson And Theresa discussed on Hugh Hewitt

Hugh Hewitt

02:09 min | 2 years ago

Britain, Boris Johnson And Theresa discussed on Hugh Hewitt

"I've been reviewing this morning the new the paper's headlines that have come out in Great Britain after Boris Johnson took over and wiped out everybody interfaces made cabinet yesterday the Theresa may was the prime minister when yesterday don Boris Johnson became the prime minister mid morning and by the evening around him way the bodies the political bodies of all those who did not support a more supported him with last may appropriate amount of enthusiasm the headlines from the guardian ruthless Johnson takes his revenge from The Daily Telegraph quoted Johnson the people about against Britain they're gonna lose their shirts the times of John Johnson the times of London Boris Johnsons afternoon of cabinet carnage the Financial Times Johnson picks hard core cabinet to meet ninety nine day break that deadline the Daily Express Boris waves in a new era the Daily Mail all go on all guns blazing the sun night of the blind knives I like that when the best when it was done it's the most conservative British cabinets in stature the wonderful day it's going to do thank you this so young energetic very very smart full of diversity side JGB aid is the Pakistani Englishmen whose now number two pretty but tell is the Indian and UK the bridge of Indian descent who is now at the home secretary it's a wildly wonderful cabinet Michael go the most and president elect has put in charge of no brexit perhaps he'd been made the cabinet secretary from a strange titled another minister for the duchy of this or that but it means minister without portfolio and and Boris pushed all the get ready for now are hard no exit deal I know no record deal and that's all right more on that as it comes up up people and all go in the right direction Great Britain go Boris

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"daily telegraph" Discussed on MSNBC Morning Joe

MSNBC Morning Joe

02:25 min | 2 years ago

"daily telegraph" Discussed on MSNBC Morning Joe

"Their driveway away and then he made a very inappropriate promise about their wives something that would probably have fired today but just like Donald Trump everybody loud his boris thought he was a clown and here we are now. He's it's going to be Britain's next prime minister right. He's an interesting figure as everyone said he is. He's very well educated. Eton Oxford <hes> where he came very close to getting a first at Oxford didn't quite get there is was born in in New York. Actually is is kind of an itinerant family grew up partly in Brussels partly in in <hes> in England of course and I <hes> I I ran across him. When I was bureau chief he was the the European Union correspondent for the Daily Telegraph <hes> and he was a an amusingly dishonest journalist? He was a star <hes> he would find one kernel of of of a of a of a portion of fact and constructed an elaborate narrative around it that was always about <hes> sort of eurocrats living like Pasha's <hes> and and day and doing all sorts of crazy things it was it was it was to appeal to the sort of little England anti Europe sentiment that a lot of <hes> telegraph readers had and it was enormously successful <hes> he had earlier been fired by the Times of London for for dishonesty but <hes> but he recovered from that and then he went into politics and became mayor of London and and invented this this persona for himself with a with a mop top even the and the the the sort of shambolic appearance and and making fun of himself. He's like a reality show character disliked donald trump that they have in common and and and that unpredictability come from that it's like I'm GonNa win today's ratings. I'M GONNA I'M GONNA come up with something buffo for today's show and that's what his prime ministership is going to be like hi. It's Katy Tur WanNa keep up with M._S._N._B._C. While you're on the go subscribe to the M._S._N._B._C. A._B._C. daily newsletter. You'll get the best of what you've missed. During this unprecedented era of news text M._S._N._B._C. to six eight six six to subscribe.

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"daily telegraph" Discussed on Monocle 24: The Globalist

Monocle 24: The Globalist

04:22 min | 2 years ago

"daily telegraph" Discussed on Monocle 24: The Globalist

"Daily Telegraph and joins me now Alec. Can you begin by telling us more about the elections and why the candidates have been stopped yeah well. It's interesting you know these were elections. <hes> for the Moscow Osco City Council <hes> so really election that nobody ever paid any attention to now suddenly they become the biggest thing on on the radar. Anyone who watches earnings any independent news <hes> simply for the fact that it's the Moscow city authorities have blocked independent candidates from running in them so essentially it's a problem of the of the authorities own making they've taken his elections that would have the nobody really cares about untypically go by almost unnoticed and made them into this huge <hes> this kind of a hotbed of protests and we saw that again this weekend win twenty thousand people more than twenty thousand people came out to <hes> soccer of prospect which was where <hes> the authorities had allowed for this protest to be held <hes> they usually pick that area because it's so big that attempts to make any protests look small and instead <hes> the the opposition and on these candidates who have been blocked managed to fill the entire prospects and and yes I was there myself in did seem to be the biggest protests that we've seen <hes> at least since the renovation protests they protest against the the <hes> Ranil Program different Moscow jared down the Old Moscow slap locks <hes> but but but definitely at least since then if not sense <hes> the the opposition movement of two thousand twelve thirteen and they've managed to stop these candidates by saying saying that they haven't actually got the required amount of <hes> backers yeah. It's it's. It's really a technicality <hes> a couple years ago. They introduced a law that requires <hes> candidates in regional municipal elections nations. If they're running from a party that's not already represented in Russia's parliament and as we know Russia's parliament is a rubber stamp body it has four parties in there but they they all they tend to support the Kremlin on any <hes> any issues. She's of note. If you not want running from one of those so-called loyal opposition parties then you have to gather the signatures of five percent of all voters in your district so that's what the opposition on decided that they were run for Moscow these opposite these independent candidates decided they were gonNA run for Moscow City Council <hes> they set out to get the signatures they got the signatures but then when they submitted them the <hes> the authorities said Oh well you have X.. Amount of <hes> signature that are invalid <hes> claiming that these people were dead or that there were repeat signatures or that there were mistakes in nine how the Sixers I've been collected and <hes> and basically it somehow it happened that for every independent candidate enough of the signatures were <hes> invalid that they couldn't run <hes> where they could make that five percent sent <hes> <unk> together insurance whereas all the United Russia the ruling party candidates who incidentally are all running as independence or the council election because United Russia's ratings popular popularity eighty ratings are so bad right now that <hes> they decided not to run any candidates all their candidates are nominally independent <hes> in selections they had together tinctures as well <hes> all those candidates signatures somehow somehow there weren't they same issues with their signatures risk management registered this particular precious coalesced around the issue of the elections but it is is it symptomatic of a deeper Malays in the country. I think so you know people <hes> talk about the rise in in the number protest in Russia. Actually the number of the peak of protest activity in Russia was last year <hes> anti coincide with the the pension reform where the Kremlin and Putin specifically came and said several times that we need to raise the pension pension-age raise the retirement age <hes> to essentially make sure that more money gets into the budget on this is very unpopular in Russia sparked a lot of protests starting last summer and that was.

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"daily telegraph" Discussed on WZFG The Flag 1100AM

WZFG The Flag 1100AM

04:51 min | 2 years ago

"daily telegraph" Discussed on WZFG The Flag 1100AM

"Now it's time for comments by the Colonel earlier this month. Britain's Daily Telegraph newspaper reported that in two thousand fifteen Hezbollah operators were caught stockpiling explosives in London. The Iranian-backed terrorist group had over three tons of bombing gradients, thankfully, the bomb factory was discovered before Toronto agents could pull off another mass murder. But the one person arrested in connection with the plot was never charged and ultimately released. More importantly, the public as well as members of parliament, who were then debating whether or not to ban Hezbollah as a terrorist organization were never informed. Why they're ran nuclear deal had just been implemented a few months earlier and then prime Minister David Cameron, as well as home Minister Theresa May who was in charge of security matters. Didn't want implicate Tehran in threats to the west so they didn't tell the truth about its role in terrorism. That's not the only reason discovery of ally told about Iran during that period Justice month. Our Senate subcommittee on investigations reported that the Obama administration gave Iran access to US banks to convert five point seven billion dollars in assets for their use. This came after then Treasury Secretary, Lew promised congress that Iran would not be allowed to use our financial system. Only a few months later lose department issued a license authorizing the conversion of Iranian assets and encouraged American banks to take part in the scheme. Oh. And he encouraged foreign banks to aid, the Iranians promising the nothing more than a risk slap when they violated US sanctions. We already knew about the other deceptions involving the passage of the nuclear deal. There were the side deals on inspections concluded between Iran, the US that weakened the already shaky monitoring of Iran's nuclear program, hidden from congress. And then there was the infamous flight of a US plane to Theron loaded with four hundred million in foreign currency as a ransom payment as well as to further flights containing one point three billion dollars in cash. Plus the fact that the administration quashed a federal drug probe into the one billion dollar a year narcotics smuggling being operated by Hezbollah in Latin America. We didn't hear about that until it was revealed by politico magazine expose in December of seventeen but the Trump haters, including the mainstream media, they're not concerned that anything happened. Hey, if you heard about the London Hezbollah plot the Treasury Department's lies rather. Stories on the media me neither you might ask who cares. Now Obama's been gone for years. But the efforts by Obama and our so-called European allies to deceive the world about what they were doing to appease, the Iranians and Iran's involvement international terrorism and crime. That's not ancient history. That's today, and they really matter in the discussion about efforts to tighten sanctions on Iran and force it to renegotiate the nuclear deal. That's significant because the pack not only provided to Ron with financial windfall helped finance Hezbollah and other terrorist groups, but it gave them a path to eventual nuclear weapons, wants the pact expires in two thousand twenty five the story of the lies told by Obama Lou secretary of State, John Kerry energy-sector anymore. It's and others about Iran was a dismal chapter in American foreign policy history. We sure don't want it a part of our future, Obama said that the deal gave Iran, a chance to get right with the world. Well, it really gave a green light to step up its support of terror allowing it to launch. A war in Yemen. And to aid terror groups that have missiles aimed at Israel cities, as a part of its goal of regional control. Critics say that the deal still did what it was supposed to do by preventing Iran from going nuclear, but that twos ally. Since the deal allowed to Ron keep its most advanced technology and gave it a path to weapons. What's the sunset clause kicked in Obama's disaster? Made it imperative for his successors to correct. The mistakes, and to drive Iran back to the table where it must be stripped of its nuclear options and the ability to fund terror Trump has much to the chagrin of the media made real progress to that end with reimpose sanctions that have brought the Toronto Konami to a standstill and prevented the Europeans from giving it a way to evade economic restrictions on commerce. So when the politicians vowed to bring back the US into the nuclear deal and to lift turned sanctions, they're not only planning to empower and enrich Iran. They are also in effect owning the lies that were the foundation of Obama's effort to sell it to the American people. If we don't hear much about these attempts to stifle the truth, for the sake of bolstering, the rogue regime in Tehran. Because the mainstream media aren't interested in the truth about the deal or Iran now that Trump's pressure is succeeding. Yet is precisely the truth about Iranian activities, and Obama's deceptions that can help us understand why tros policies on this issue is correct. And those are my comments for.

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"daily telegraph" Discussed on Monocle 24: The Globalist

Monocle 24: The Globalist

01:45 min | 2 years ago

"daily telegraph" Discussed on Monocle 24: The Globalist

"For headline in the Daily Telegraph page nine today? Basically, smartphones may be causing horn like growths on the back of skulls of young people. This is going to the university as Sunshine Coast in Queensland is very small sample. I should say, but I've couple of hundred people between eighteen and thirty four and ten developed a bony lump, just at the back of their neck now, parents, this is kind of neck, ligaments and muscles. Join and such areas are prone to forming growth when muscles are under stress. So I don't think there's anything to wrong with these bone home things. Even though they sound gross and disgusting, it's more flexible of the stress of the. Muscles, and ligaments, because people hunched over them. Oh, Paul phoned me included on as soon as I read this morning. I sat bolt upright. I'm going to try and remain bolt upright for the rest of the day, you'll posture as perfect, by the way, you don't need to worry about homes on the back of your skull. But I mean anybody has a teenager. Will they feel like they're horned? Anyway. All right. Let's go on to health and safety newspapers as you'll know, especially in Britain love a good health and safety gone mad story. So Phan Gisneyi normally the EU fault, but they go on about health and safety culture, gone mad Mex wines at. So they may have found out. She today, the first ever health and safety guard. Matt story that may actually be true, and I actually great with health and safety course became a danger to students, MRs in the times, page, five, a university, course on health and safety.

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"daily telegraph" Discussed on SuperTalk WTN 99.7

SuperTalk WTN 99.7

10:20 min | 2 years ago

"daily telegraph" Discussed on SuperTalk WTN 99.7

"You find no rhyme or reason to it because weather and climate archaic, we'll look at how many severe storms that we had in this area this year. See, I saw this today. Do I have that we put the story up? I don't think we put the story up. They said now all this ABC I think I tweeted this ABC says that we're looking at now they're predicting a normal hurricanes than a season. Well, sometimes they will always predict a bigger than usual more act of the and it never happens except that one year did happen. And then people went say, but yeah, that's what they were saying that it was ABC news. If I find that, yes. Yes. Yes. Bad news. Bad news for the Sterkel dirt people conditions in the sphere, most likely to produce a near normal Atlantic hurricane season this year. FC. I just saw. I think it may have been the Weather Channel. I'm not sure. But some weather site, the other day, said that the hurricane season is starting earlier and we'll be very active this year is not say, liars, something else. We have had in Nashville, two hundred and forty gun stolen from vehicles, so far this year, two hundred forty a friend of mine actually had his stone locked the flip indoors. He did. He did. Yeah. They broke into his truck or something. Wow. How'd they do that? Probably the gun. The window out. Let me tell you something. I tell you, I got my routine I get up. Who knows what I get up and then I go get my coffee in the morning for I go work on the boat. And I get out of the car, and because I have a gun in the car, I locked the car just walking in the coughing coming back out some folks will leave the car running. Well, I mean that's fine. If you if you've just got a car, but if you've got a gun, and your wallet and your money. I would lock the car. So I locked my car every time I get out of it, every time I get out because I got a gun in it, okay? If it's not on me. And sometimes both. So I don't go anywhere without locking. Just lock the car, but like your friend is Jill you like the car. And then somebody breaks into what are you going to do? Exactly this story. Caught my attention. We were talking about the metoo movement early, you know, Jeffrey rushes wanting in pirates of the Caribbean. Yes, he was. Okay. Yeah. I love that care. Oh, he was so good in that. He's a great actor. Anyone do you believe in ghosts on his legs? Well, you best start believing in one. L SM. Okay. Eating that apple. Well, he wins the biggest ever may to defamation. Payout in Australian history. What happened was is that the age the Sydney newspaper? Australia's Daily Telegraph publish them stories, accusing him of behaving inappropriately towards a former co star Aaron, gene. Norville. Judge Michael wake name found that MS Norville was quote prone to exaggeration. Mr. rush has sought an injunction to prevent the telegraph republishing accusations at the heart of the case nationwide news is appealed against an initial ruling in the case. The accusations detailed on the Telegraph's article King Lear. They back to twenty fifteen theater production of King Lear, which Mr. rush active lung side miss normal. Mr. rush was awarded eight hundred and fifty thousand dollars in general and aggravated damages plus more than one million dollars for past economic loss. Nine hundred eighteen thousand nine hundred thousand dollars in future economic loss and forty two thousand dollars in interest. It is a total. Now, ladies and gentlemen, of two point nine million Australian dollars, which translates to about two million dollars for you and me. It was originally thinking more than twenty five million by the judge called the reporting a reckless Lee, irresponsible piece of sensationalist journalism, the very worst kind his attorney. So the telegraph had shown a complete lack of impartiality, and lack of commercial since Tom Blackburn. The attorney for the newspaper said Mr. rush was trying to shut down any criticism of the judgments and the injunction on republishing allegations could have a chilling effect on coverage of the metoo. Well, it was not true. So whether you're saying is don't republish the accusations because they're not true. This is why you're getting sued full well. This is the problem with what we're going on. I know what some of your like. Earnest and some other folks, Mr. bird, you know, I'm just look I have not five told you when we started talking. I haven't followed the story, the story we had was from somebody who said that the governor Bill lean wants this guy gone. And that's what I told you I haven't followed the story, but here's what I think I know didn't guy make a phone call. An apology is the to the chick. And families. Yeah. We got they got it on tape was leaked to who else Phil Williams at news channel. And. It doesn't I haven't listened to all eighteen minutes. I where the Pamela every listening to all of it. But it it basically is him saying, I feel so bad. I feel so bad for what, what I did. And what I've just, you know, I mean, I'm going, well, what does he talking about if he's not talking about what she's accused of, of talking about 'cause she had accused him and then he called her is my understanding. And if you know it just it looks bad. But that's all I know and Ernest wants me to stop talking about it. So I will because I don't know. But I told you that on the front end, I'm just telling you what we do know I can't tell you what. I don't know because I don't know. I don't know. Okay. Now, this story we'll miss make you laugh a little bit Adam dread. This for Madame dread. He has a new campaign motto doesn't, yeah. He said on the scooters he said, not even in office yet already getting stuff solved. When I get in. Growing gone. We have a Swedish couple who raised their baby as a vegan, they're going to jail because the eighteen month old nearly starved to death. You. It's out there. You don't mean to make your eighteen month. Old of vegan children need fan. They need they need beef. They need all this stuff. Child's died of breast milk, Brown rice and potatoes, had been negligent and threatened her life. The judge said baby was rushed to a hospital in the city in February. This is in Gothenburg and critic in critical condition. Unresponsive state doctor said she was just hours from death medics provided evidence or condition was due to prolonged starvation and one said it was worse than anything. We had seen in the hospital before she'd never been registered with the authorities and after recovering with three weeks at queens at Queen Silvia's children's hospital. She was taken into foster care foster, mother told the court, the maybe had recovered well. According to a statement from the court obtained by the local newspaper, according to their ideological belief. The daughter was a citizen of the world, her parents, did not even report, the birth to any thority have her checked at a pediatric center, or even weighed or measured her growth. So she's a citizen of the world. And these folks are frump enough kids, this is what's scary. Isn't it? Judge per Nordin said that though their daughter had not been intentionally harmed. Hey found some of the parents views remarkable, particularly those of the mother who believe people could survive without food and water with the correct conditioning. Prosecutor press for two or three years in prison for the parents, their defense, lawyers argued the child's condition had been due to a stomach bug. Yeah, I there was nothing for the bug to eat. The bug died. The parents who also follow vegan diets. Call themselves nomads and tend to live with friends better known as sponges. No man's these remind the same people to reading a story where people, it's become popular for people that are dying that when they die, they want their pet put to sleep and buried with them really doesn't have any kid. I mean like he's three years old. And you want to put him to sleep just because you're so selfish. Somebody needs to do the cartoon. So here here's the guy lying on the bed, and the dog's giving him mouth to mouth pod. Goats on mob fail. Recall can mothers today and Campbell mothers or incredible. It's really insane. Mothers are insane. They do everything for you. You say mothers are insane. Mothers are crazy crazy paper insane. They lockout. He'll talk about anything. All the commercials, you know, is the father being a complete idiot with trading dad's here, the pod swell and dad's whipping idiot, find the link at ninety nine seven WTN dot com. From the Genesis diamonds traffic center. Twenty four westbound at old hickory boulevard, right there and old hickory at Dickerson pike. They're still Iraq, there gala divide Danta trendy lane and then outta twenty four.

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"daily telegraph" Discussed on KNST AM 790

KNST AM 790

01:51 min | 2 years ago

"daily telegraph" Discussed on KNST AM 790

"Just so, you know, you can listen at home by telling Alexa, play K N S T on iheartradio. Yeah. In joy the stimulation seven twenty six. Good morning, heavy. Monday may twentieth where the global warming go, where is it look outside? It's cloudy, it's dark. It's wendy. We may hit seventy a high. When did our taxes go up? To stop global warming. Like, when did that have they want to raise taxes? Remember to stop climate change. Boom. Oh, it didn't. Oh, oh, interesting. All right. So let's continue, maybe seventy for a high today. Now, this is a is a frigging bombshell, there was a story in the Daily Telegraph that British spy chiefs were briefed about the phony Russian dossier, the one where they claimed Trump paid couple of hookers to peon Abed in a in a four seasons in Moscow because Obama and his wife slept in that bed. I mean what a what a stupid thing, right? Apparently in this, it says you're Chris Steele, the guy that was paid to make this dossier toll wanna Theresa May's top security advisers about the memos everything there. Apparently the British intelligence M I five six knew about this before, President Trump, even did in the story, it says that, well, Trump won the election. So Chris Steele a week after the election. Met met with. I mean, the man that basically is in charge of intelligence. He went to Sir Charles far Sir Charles far, what is Charles Farr, head of the joint intelligence committee. That's the body that gets intelligence the assessment, and he was also a top counterterrorism adviser for Theresa May.

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"daily telegraph" Discussed on Ariel Helwani's MMA Show

Ariel Helwani's MMA Show

02:07 min | 2 years ago

"daily telegraph" Discussed on Ariel Helwani's MMA Show

"Yeah. Hello everyone. It is area. Awani, and it is April seventeen thousand and nineteen. Welcome to a brand new episode of the reporters. And if I'm being truly honest with all of you. I'm giddy right now because this is going to be fun. This is going to be a special on my friends. Let's not waste any time. Here, you know, sometimes I do the show with people who are on the phone back in Bristol this time. It's just one on one face to face. Joining me in our little studio here near city is one of the godfathers of European combat sports coverage, and I should just say godfather of combat sports coverage truly because he has been covering the world of boxing and mixed. Martial arts in particular, since I was I think in diapers. Really? I mean, this man is on me present is often imitated never duplicated. He is inevitable. He is the one and only Gareth Davies of the Daily Telegraph. Of William Hill of talksport. What else what am I missing here Gareth? Well, what an intro. Yes. What an intro. Well deserved. Listen unite known each other longtime, and that was very very very nice of you. And you also known as the Warlock. Look kind of food panda all those. Yes, we've had a lotta fun yet. I worked for fighters only magazine as you say, you know, William Hill all over the place just do as much can on as much mixed martial arts and boxing as I can. And as you know, it's incredibly busy world out there now with so many broadcasters. I I've done fight sports. Twenty eight years started writing twenty years ago, and for me, I think this is the busiest periods with broadcasters with interest with filings with renowned fighters around the world, and we've ever had you must know that time to combat. It's fun..

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 May's Brexit delay and Corbyn's second referendum  - Politics Weekly podcast

The Guardian UK: Politics Weekly

06:43 min | 2 years ago

May's Brexit delay and Corbyn's second referendum - Politics Weekly podcast

"Is just twenty nine days until we leave the European Union. Or is it one hundred twenty three days trees may announce this week if a deal is defeated on March the twelfth parliament will be asking MP's wanted to leave with no deal or extend article fifty remains were modified and leave as horrified. The Daily Telegraph declaring that delaying Brexit was a plot to stop it. She also offered some consolation for MP's wanting to avoid no deal telling them the United Kingdom will only leave without a dealer March twenty ninth if there's explicit consent in this house, but maize proposed extensions just for three months, and it's unclear whether she would vote against an audio Brexit itself. So has anything really changed what I'm joined to discuss all this by Rafael bat and politics and be from the guardian and the former advisor to may will Tana he was now the director of the think tank onward, so we leaving on the twenty ninth. No. I think not I think the fact that I've one dirty voted to make an extension possible means everybody wherever they stand apart from the handful of lunatics who didn't vote for it only twenty is it turned out think that if we get a Brexit. We're still going to need more technical time. And then there are others who think if we can push it out of it further, we get closer perhaps to a referendum being the only thing left standing with parliament, Kamel degree a deal. That's what we'll have to have. So one way or another. It seems to be most likely could be sure could belong the will allow extension. What can we do in that in that time that we haven't been able to do the posterior will? I mean, there are a number of factors involved in this crucial. One is the the twenty seven also really really don't want no deal scenario. I mean in this country there were handful of people who think that's a great idea. But really, the the overwhelming majority view rational human beings is it would just be a mess and a problem for all. Sides worse for the UK, but still very bad of the twenty seven. So if you could avoid that happening the no deal scenario happening on the twenty ninth of March. Then yes, there is oversee will at the European Council level to do it of the concerns are. And this is particularly I think concern on the French side that all your doing is just playing this Theresa May game of desperately busking kicking the can down the road as you say hoping that something different will happen. Whereas actually that the central parameters of negotiation, the the arithmetic and in Westminster, the all the red lines Theresa May says up in for the Goshi Asian don't change, and therefore nothing changes. So really, what would be the points. And then there is another very important practical consideration, which is European parliamentary elections do you at the end of may and. Legally and technically and on principle. It becomes enormously. Awkward to imagine the UK either going through that process without having election because notionally relieving leaving the EU, but we would still be members or having that election, which then becomes his horrible wit proxy vote about Brexit, or it becomes a day factor referendum or just becomes gold knows what electing MEP's who then might notionally than sort evaporates after Brexit, actually happens. So does the long onto the short answer is you could get an extension, but it would you'd have to they would be conditions. It's hot you'd have to be very clear about what you're using it to do. Well, the provinces said over and over and over again that we are leaving on the twenty ninth month. And I actually remember when she delayed the vote just in December. We said it will. Does this mean probably that we're heading for an extension and people were so adamant that it didn't mean that. So what why she done it is it is it. A cabinet ministers is independent griebel's. The what's the rationale? Well, I think we need to be clear that the prime minister hasn't has suggested that we all definitely going to have an extension. She has merely said that parliament will have a choicest whether or not to have a nodule Brexit or not if they if they votes not have no diverted then to vote for a short extension. So she's essentially putting the choice in the hot enhancer parliamentarians. And I think that's that's crucial. We've heard over the last three or four six months that actually put him in wants to take control of this process. It will have an opportunity to do. So, but within that is a clear decision between whether or not you want to deliver on the referendum results or to suffer the consequences of not doing that. And a lot of the MP's. I've spoken to in the Las in Las few days are actually increasing leaning towards the prime minister's deal. Subject potentially some changes around the backstop on the basis that dilution or delay. Brexit is far. Worse than the consequences of voting for her deal. I think essentially the prime minister's trying to show up in the minds of her colleagues, and including some of the labor MP's leave voting seats. We mustn't forget that sixty percents of labor MP's or league voting seats in order to force them to make a decision because ultimately we've been fixing a lot on process. Lost sixty nine months. We haven't been focusing very much on the outcome. We've been trying to seek she needs. She needs sixty two in peace to switch with people Robert Half on. He said they will. But there aren't off lots of heads popping up to say. So where do you think she's got do so far I believe actually behind the scenes, they're aquatic considered number of conserved fan piece who are reconsidering that position and have been somewhat reinsured by some of the noises. That's the prime minister and others have made about progress. Jeffrey courses be making around the back to speak up after a once they've decided to be loyal. Why wouldn't they be waving flags for it? It's been all the note. Well. Dinovite. Yuba woman MP NPR Boston Skegness one of the most leaf voting seats in the country explicitly single Twitter last night that he would vote for the prime minister's deal over any today. Her Jacob smoke making very clear last night that some of his previous declarations about very hard changed the all out not to be true. Because he said he's still needed a fixed time limit. We'll let the same as abolishing a yesterday. But I think the difference there is that I think that this is not actually the I don't think there's uniform. Opinion across the E R J. There are some people who still really want to see the backstop removed entirely from the withdrawal agreement reopened in that bit those pages torn out, and there are those. You know, Jacob rees-mogg is among them. It's interesting to to think of ministry softer and of the group, but who said that an appendix with an end date or something that in effect changes. Jessica legal advice is something that he would agree to. And that is something that is seems hard to get but his paps impossible to get while e- e you've

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"daily telegraph" Discussed on WTMJ 620

WTMJ 620

04:14 min | 2 years ago

"daily telegraph" Discussed on WTMJ 620

"It's a Daily Telegraph called an act of sci-fi musical time travel through the right caller correctly identify attack four stories later this morning, then you'll be headed to see Nick Mason at the riverside theatre listening for your chance to win quick recap for you for keeping track at home number one Trump on the ground in Vietnam for his big meet up with Kim Jong Hoon on nuclear proliferation. If you wanna make that case and trust and verifies the argument at least from the experts say can we trust him? Can we verify what he says he's going to do as a as a result of any agreement that comes up is he actually going to follow up and the number two. I just did it greenvale schools some students. Posting a racist video school district reacted to that. And number three Eric Foxconn haven't talked about him in a while. But yesterday Foxconn announced downtown Racine six point two five million for a building. Forty six thousand square feet going to house a co working space lease hundred twenty-five company employees, and it's going to serve as a model for what the company's calling. They're smart cities program. So we put this in my four ten today because I think it demonstrates for a lot of people those who I think have a positive view of Foxconn and decisions are making this is that further example of commitments to the state and the cities within the state in Claire Green Bay, Madison, Milwaukee now Racine. Of course, everything is happening Racine county, the first building up part of this massive anywhere between ten and twenty billion dollar developments. Still trying to figure out the nuts and bolts of what that's going to actually do there. And there was of course that big dust if you weeks ago trying to figure out that story line, but for me, this is an indication. They're here to stay Oakland. Green Bay Milwaukee Madison was seen. You don't make that commitment in capital investments buildings. Unless you want to do something in a state that significant and in this case, receive building smart cities program. And I'm I've been nothing but pleased minus all the crazy headlines with the approach they've taken what was one of the original complaints about the Foxconn project. It's seen county. How does that benefit the rest of the state when we're talking about an incentive package that came from the state billions of dollars. Well, we're seeing it. Now, we're seeing it play out on these acquisition acquisitions all around the state from the west to the east to the south. That's what being a good corporate citizen in the state of Wisconsin. I think means and to me this is a further example of that interesting. Interesting developments and one that I expect to see continue. I think they have made the commitment to the state. We can argue politically about what it all means. Whether they're going to produce liquid crystal display panels who knows what what they're smart cities program will eventually mean, whether it's a different kind of high-tech equipment, whether it's more RND delving into the world of smart cities. And all the things wrapped around that story. How cities get more efficient streamlined save budget dollars, which I think is something they're they're looking at. I think this is a great story. And that's why I put it in my fourteen. I think this is another example of why the story made sense and to all the critics, please keep in mind, the incentives of the state paid are tied to investment and jobs without those. They don't get the money. And that's the big one. I think that a lot of people forget about there was a reason they wrote it that way. Now, there's other issues as well. There's environmental concerns, and there's been some pushed by the new administration to kinda push back on some of the controls and measures that were put in place by the previous administration will get sorted out. Maybe in court, maybe not. I'll give credit to governor. He is at least saying he wants to make Foxconn work. I'll give him credit for that. I'm still waiting to see what a lot of the democratic lawmakers due to back that up because I've still seen criticism, but for me Foxconn W, two seven seven CD WTMJ annex wealth management studio. This is News.

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Newspaper pays "substantial" damages to Melania Trump

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Newspaper pays "substantial" damages to Melania Trump

"Britain's Daily Telegraph has paid first lady Melania Trump substantial damages after publishing an article that made false claims about her family and career telegraph, which is one of persons leading not papers and is aligned with the governing conservative party made a statement announcing it was unreservedly sorry for putting false claims about the first lady the cover story was published in the newspapers weekly magazines supplements. The paper said it falsely characterized MRs Trump's father's passed nalty falsely reported the reasons she left an architecture program falsely reported her career as a model was unsuccessful before

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UK Newspaper pays "substantial" damages to Melania Trump over false report

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UK Newspaper pays "substantial" damages to Melania Trump over false report

"Com, Britain's Daily Telegraph newspaper has had to pay first lady, Melania, Trump substantial damages after publishing an article that made false claims about her the telegraph, which is one of Britain's leading cheap papers and is aligned with the governing conservative party made a statement announcing it was unreservedly sorry for reporting false claims about the first lady the cover story was published in the newspapers weekly magazines supplements. The paper said it falsely characterized MRs Trump's fall this past novelty falsely reported the reasons you left to knock texture program at falsely reported her career as a model was on successful before she

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"daily telegraph" Discussed on Monocle 24: The Globalist

Monocle 24: The Globalist

04:26 min | 2 years ago

"daily telegraph" Discussed on Monocle 24: The Globalist

"Everyone's just trying to make a living and trying to have a career. So I if good career advice, and I think if anybody is in a good position to give it it's it's been away. Wheel of fortune, the big day for us around here because we told you we would find our new hostess and now we will officially welcome. Or please do that for Vanna white van. And that was Laura's arm discussing the role of women in television game shows her article was published in the new times, you listening to the globalist. Let's continue with today's newspapers. And joining me in the studios terrace Diaz knee. He's a political journalist on the author of conflicts of interest. Terry fantastic, photographs on the front pages of British newspapers. Really? I mean, kind of like Rene sounds paintings almost tell us what's behind them. Yes. I I have to say if you haven't been following British politics closely, the front of today's British papers would make very little sense to you at all. So the headline on the front of the Daily Telegraph says with only one hundred days until Brexit MP stage end of term pantomime as you say this amazing picture, which I think was taken according to the times the credit is Mark Duffy for the UK parliament. So they've actually had a photographer in parliament taking some more candid shops than we normally get. I'm what it shows is a group of conservative MP's who are surrounding the speaker, the supe- it's because it is in full flow. You. You can see his mouth open in his hands held up and one of these MP's is showing the speakerphone, and they're trying to persuade him to look at a clip of Jeremy Corbyn who at the end of provinces questions in that been long discussions back in to and fro about Brexit. And what the prime minister's plans were this is only have been overshadowed by whether Jeremy Corbyn as he sat down in his seat after all of these questions, then cooled Theresa May a stupid woman. Now, he says that he didn't he says that he was saying stupid people, but lip readers have weighed in on this everybody, including like, the actor, Rob Lowe has an opinion about this if really bizarre, and as yeah, it became yesterday biz absolutely sort of bizarre pantomime in the house of Commons a place, which is getting kind of more and more strange by the day and say Coleman was kind of cooled back into the Commons to discuss, you know. Speak out to go away. And look at videos of this and people will all skiing lip-readers for their advice as to what he might actually have sought of muttered off at loud as if we didn't have enough to worry about. Well. Yes, exactly. And said this is now completely over stage overshadowed, rather anything that people wanted to talk about Brexit, when you turn to the inside pages of the times, they're in much more serious stories about in the government's preparations for no deal Brexit, and so forth, and in the other big story yesterday, which was about immigration, and again, it will be people were off spent much of yesterday arguing about what's Jeremy Corbyn may or may not have said, yeah. Very strange days. Indeed, these strange days to Mr. Trump, who of course, is facing a lot of problems at home. He's under investigation and just about every single area of his business in his personal life. And I wonder if that was the drive behind this extraordinary tweet in which he has claimed victory in Syria says that ISIS has been defeated and he's. Withdrawing his troops somewhat. It seems to the surprise of his defense advises. Yes, this is an interesting this. You know, the the guardian has different front page picture. It has Jeremy Corbyn instead of reading we can read as lips wizards difficult of still picture, but the headline here says dismay as Trump says troops in Syria will come home and talking particularly about how America's allies as well as as you say people within his own administration absolutely unclear about what is going on here. And many of the papers quote, Charles list, the director of counterterrorism extremism in the Middle East institute saying this is the there is intelligence saying that these fighters are if ISIS is still in Syria saying that ISIS had claimed responsibility for an attack in its former stronghold of Raqqa just minutes before Donald Trump tweeted, and the British government is. Very upset by this defense minister criticizing Trump yesterday..

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National Board of Review Names ‘Green Book’ Best Film of 2018

Lori and Julia

00:23 sec | 3 years ago

National Board of Review Names ‘Green Book’ Best Film of 2018

"Okay. Well. The peanut gallery on the national board of review's best movies. The right Julie Chen wound best we'll be back. It's hosted big brother celebrity edition when it returns for a second season on January twenty first as deadline. Previously reported sources close to Julie Chen move as fed said she planned to continue hosting big brother and celebrity counterpart for years to come. But obviously questions about that arose when her husband must-see, moon vest was ousted as CEO of CBS. And when do we step down and her role at the talk? What do you think of that? Holly. Surprised that they would keep her in that role. Yeah. Well, because he's going to be back. Yes. Whether we like it or not there. She Julie Chen. I know she must say Lori was saying a big contract. Yeah. Contract. So any exactly now people dot com is stirring, the Royal pot with this story headline Kate Middleton was said to be left in tears after a fitting for Princess, Charlotte's bridesmaid's, dress ahead of Meghan Markle's wedding back in may a source tells the daily Daily Telegraph that Cape had only just given birth to Prince Louis and was feeling quite emotional though. What upset her was unclear several inside people that she was stressed around the wedding. Well, shocking surprise somebody is stressed about a wedding. Listen, I we're gonna get into that. They are trying to make Meghan Markle. Be there. Yoko Ono family. We're not having it. And I've got some scoop on why this is going on. We'll fantastic we can't wait to hear it. All right. Well, that's all this hour. Seriously. It's it's my gosh. Well,

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"daily telegraph" Discussed on Coffee House Shots

Coffee House Shots

03:01 min | 3 years ago

"daily telegraph" Discussed on Coffee House Shots

"Coffeehouse shorts. Spectators daily politics. Yesterday and has good Philip green was named as the businessmen that percent her ability grabs metoo investigation, but Daily Telegraph couldn't name him because he taken out an injunction, but under parliamentary privilege, Peter Hain. Did was he right to do? So former home secretary Alan Johnson suggested not last night. Here's what he had to say. I'm not sure my old friend Peter Hain was rights today to use parliamentary privilege privilege in the way. He add remember of years ago, John Hemmings DEM MP. Use the same thing to break an injunction about Ryan Giggs football. And to me undermining the law you have to use it, very carefully. I think it said he knows he may as part of your legislative duties, and it seems to me that if three senior judges at the appeal court had looked all the evidence looked at what I presume was a Daily Telegraph. This is in the public interest and decided to put an injunction on it. That's to be very good reason. For a member of the house of lords not the common sort not an elected politician with a constituency to breach that and I worry that in this very important principle. It's been there since late seventeenth century. That being used this way because it's not about whether the person being named as. Too bad person about whether they're wealthy or powerful is not about whether they're footballer who's been putting himself about it. It's about the law and the majesty of law and of parliamentarians undermining the law, so James Vos parliament's undermining balloon. I've been there are two separate arguments. Obviously will we will believe in the greatest free flooded mation possible. I personally think that Peter Hain was justified in naming Philip green because this is a master of lonely political debate what nondisclosure agreements, should and shouldn't be allowed to cover. Now is it? I mean isn't. It's just a newspapers run something not being debated in parliament, right? No. I mean, this has been debated in parliament glories remember off to the president's club scandal. That was a debate about whether it was appropriate to get people to sign and DA's that might lead them not revealing things. Now, some people argue that the legal process had not been exhausted. And so it was premature the him to be named at this moment. But I think there is an issue here because all the question of this debate this political debate about. What nondisclosure agreement should be allowed to cover? And then Secondly, Philip green is is to take another example. It's green is more of a public figure than Ryan Giggs. For example, Philip green in someone who the Cameron government ought to do a review into government procurement who the blog gave a knighthood to actually feel more comfortable with this one..

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"daily telegraph" Discussed on Monocle 24: The Globalist

Monocle 24: The Globalist

03:56 min | 3 years ago

"daily telegraph" Discussed on Monocle 24: The Globalist

"Cleveland coming to you live from the Dory house in London. I'm judging golden, and joining me in the studio is writer, author broadcaster Terry. Stephanie, thanks for coming in Terry. We're going to have a look through the papers. Now, of course, the big story that is in a lot of the British papers about birth, Jon snow. We'll be looking at this in some detail a little bit later on, but just give us a flavor of those stories. This is interesting as you say is is big story to discuss it of politically and what it means. But it's interesting to see how the papers covering this, the Daily Telegraph FU. Of course, his web restaurants in wrote his original Alta cool. Comparing women in burqas and niqab sing thing that they looked like letterboxes. They are reporting on the front page that I refused to Paula Janis for these comments. And that's the story makes the front page of the times and the golden as well and know quite financial times. We're more talking about to reason and Brexit. But the other papers also pointing out that Theresa May has also all-sports some to apologize for his comments as has a brand new is the chairman of the conservative party, but was quite interesting is how the different papers are treating this story say, you know, you've sort of the whole spectrum here really say the guardian. And it said Dettori says that who's Boris Johnson a disgraceful under dangerous politician. They quote senior conservative site of Alcee Tori peer saying that it's his dog whistle. Islam, Fabian the time is kind of goes with on the one hand on the other view of it said he says, you know, they would have been a case that he could have made that could have argued for more integration in the book because the cubs a oppressive, but his careless choice of words insinuated. According to the times that Muslim women was somehow alien. But the Daily Telegraph says that to to most right thinking people, this was the defense of the rights of Muslim women to dress as they please see. He's. Oversee playing to two different audiences here, but this is kind of become beginning to donate. What otherwise in is in British politics is is August goals and is one of these things that is flaring up. But as you'll make go into late says a lot more actually about British politics in the kind of the undercurrent, particularly in the conservative party and the kinds of issues that people also into all arguing about reading. Well, as you point out, it is August and traditionally known as the silly season in newspapers. Boris Johnson is no stranger to how newspapers work. He will have been extremely aware of that, and he would've known that comments like this would have prompted a huge reaction particularly at this time in parliament's sitting is interesting. I mean, yes, having left being foreign secretary and you know, he made in plenty of of gaffes in that time, even with and numbers of diplomats around him to tell him naughty. He's going back to, you know, he started off as a journalist. He started off as somebody who wrote controversial and what he saw generally. Amusing all tickles. I'm that's kind of the default setting thing that he's going back to. So maybe it was a calculated political decision. Maybe it was just he thought this was a good line. He thought it was funny or something like that. You know. Hugh knows what's going on inside his head. But yes, I'm sure he would have known the kind of reaction that he would have got, and he obviously thought the, you know, the line was better or more useful than the controls. You'll Patsy wanted to go controls. He knows he could never quite understand. Yeah. The thinking of Johnson is a thing that people have discussed that will discuss endlessly. Let's go onto the f. t. not least because it's one of the only papers that doesn't have Johnson Pacers talking off people who make controversial comments and we're not sure what they what they quite meant by them and the results again to be the latest person. This is on Twitter. This is Elon Musk who you know, we know his full on unusual statements on Twitter, but this is really quite serious this serious enough to make the front page of the financial times, say onto yesterday..

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"daily telegraph" Discussed on Monocle 24: The Briefing

Monocle 24: The Briefing

01:49 min | 3 years ago

"daily telegraph" Discussed on Monocle 24: The Briefing

"The front page all of one of the screaming tabloids going to say that again the daily telegraph in sydney of the good an exclusive rebel flag next fight now the subheading here is up pc lobby add to january twenty six funeral we the push to ditch the union jack so the daily telegraph which is always taking a fairly are screaming conservative you've pretty much everything they've picked up on some of the rumbles regarding australia day and are portraying this one as the next step after a straight as moved would be to remove the union jack from the flag leaving as they've depicted here as just a plane blue flag with though what styles daughterlover and uh i'm not entirely sure how serious thought that movement easa i suspect speed the move to make australia a republic might come a little bit before changing the flag inner just for the hell of it indeed ban on your own room will be talking more about that a little bit lighter always a day that seems to get the discussion flowing shall we say diplomatically australia yet discussion and be i should say if he can't play today there's no proper discussion australia unless baseline them in my life federal him with a global sweep of the front pages let's browse the business pages next sebastian celic from bloomberg joins us well not bear coffee flowing oh not sebastian tell us about starbucks height always actually ah you and here's sorta causes a little bit of all of you and my apologies i well look we shouldn't have favorites chair who is this friday tell us about starbucks i've also going to talk about the stock selloff as well so you have to leave that uh hanging there is to say it's interesting story about starbucks i'm gonna tell you about the.

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"daily telegraph" Discussed on Monocle 24: The Briefing

Monocle 24: The Briefing

02:01 min | 4 years ago

"daily telegraph" Discussed on Monocle 24: The Briefing

"The daily telegraph from the uk and german threats to brexit trade deal these paper is reporting that as the permanent the joscelyn david davies the brexit secret both have flown to germany today detroit to create some kind of a charm if fence offensive over there it seems at ongo merkley it's not going to be that's receptive to that supposedly she's against a british blunt force oh quarter managed divergence from the european union and received cease this whole thing us just another excuse for uk detroit to cherry pick the best parts of the european union hooker seen that coming marcus every one the exactly how roundly correctly arm let's continue actually another story from the washington post actually not from the washington post it's actually from the break from the daily telegraph as well forward has called for major cities to be rebuilt to cope with the rise of driverless cost taxi ups and booming urban populations warning that city will grinds to a halt otherwise so basically interesting these companies looking into the future and saying that all rose i could be congested 'unless something changes quite a big challenge for cd plumbers then go into onto moving onto my home country finland to the west and extension of the city's underground opened some weeks ago there's been some technical difficulties but what people complaining about now he's thoughts in the morning rush hour you may not be able to get a sees sometimes odium while hot toyota motor london finish france our malfunctioning underground system really well and then one more one will pick from the canadian paper national post it's a bird eats aflame eat some austin is this story is absolutely incredible we may have through its entry later in the day time is short marcus give us give us the brief explanation vis a vis vis papers rising about black heights birds in the northern territory australia is now being discovered that they are spreading fires to flush out pray because it's.

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"daily telegraph" Discussed on Monocle 24: The Briefing

Monocle 24: The Briefing

01:58 min | 4 years ago

"daily telegraph" Discussed on Monocle 24: The Briefing

"We saw that pretty extreme it is shocking and especially when you see the research we've the eu know mortality among kids as well so yet that very very sad news is on i think it's nice that are got a symbolic put that on the kover i haven't seen this in the main papers today known interesting a spotlight on the kind of social contradictions i guess from your from your hometown dipping pages of the financial times in front of israel death tina has a nice story finally a kind of a positive economic story about brazil let time growth drives rising brazil car exports and one thing i was reading because brazil always had a large domestic market for cars we we make a lot of cars volkswagen ford older all the majors ones are there but now brazil are trying to diversify a little beats because of course the internal market was quite week so they started you know exporting cars to argentina colombia they had to improve as well the way they do it because apparently the way we may cars is not up to the global standards at times but this is getting battering away because i think we've been forced to do that because of over a in a week internal market so in is positive news because of negative news if if you know what i mean we have but i think from from every cloud yes silver lining for them that we can we came up with that evil subbing looking at the daily telegraph there he k the daily telegraph which i have to say i told you this before tone date they are very good with animal stories and an amazing usage of pictures as a beautiful dog here kooky cocker spaniel pudo and it's a you know it's pretty windy have courses in a hitch in norfolk and host stories about storm eleonore how it's affecting the uk and they decided to go a little bit lighter touch so a showing a dog with of for like flying you can imagine how would you describe it action on kokopo being buffeted by the way and that's what's it cookie the night he doesn't look too happy i'll have to say no date they like they like a bit wind teheran's interesting smells to them from far and wide as i understand that we have it third today's newspapers.

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"daily telegraph" Discussed on Under the Skin with Russell Brand

Under the Skin with Russell Brand

01:57 min | 4 years ago

"daily telegraph" Discussed on Under the Skin with Russell Brand

"A man nasa on our common we can have that they are journalist of all people somebody leschly goes to other people's fucking bandmaster the centenary lake horrified that simmons dressed up as the twin towers halloween or something you all night to allow last people who feel any shock aside when that was like a did is years ago the guy who did the speaking clog die and i did sums mccollum our something is it hopefully died after sie's mall strokes and girl email from the journal the daily telegraph who said will actually mr wherever his name is dead dying from a cities small strokes an ambivert phonies family our committee on ask me find your communication is new late tired killingly mining fucking joke than you do you're tale in them that joke the never have hair did if someone projects porn movie on this aid for primary school the please don't the row jeremy for the author of god for your quite right yes yes it is brilliant the way that extricate themselves the people's so of shock impulse is so readily available the bypasses the epidemic animal minute one limping even told this now this look because all of us on a personal level know that these things that we would say to one another that now if on with mokhehle i parents i'm not going to go out just friendly boil matter will love about the mentally so i recognize it doesn't it like it's a language that has over like as at the codes in the i know that mino my actual attitude is to mental illness on actual days to death and sadness in grief did we not me selves a fucking chewed relief with his comedic license against this is what we're seeing oh smelly this comedic licensed in the same with the artistic license reporters take licenses to poet.

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