17 Burst results for "David Davies"

"david davies" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM

KTAR 92.3FM

01:49 min | 1 year ago

"david davies" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM

"KTAR news Jeffrey David Davies was among the hundreds of protesters in downtown Phoenix last night before the curfew windy with into affected eight I know there's a curfew but if if it was that easy well we had to do was go home to stop fighting for what we believe in then there would be nothing to fight for they were not there to protest but to riot to that's how Scottsdale police chief Alan Rodbell describes Saturday night's alluding at Scottsdale fashion square he says some of the five hundred people that showed up threw rocks and concrete businesses and IT officers they came with milk and spray bottles water they were fully prepared to engage us we had riders that were armed some that were selling an air fifteens twelve people were arrested yeah by the way for those who don't know the milk is to wash your eyes out you have to get some tear gas in them right all right let's get over to the valley Chevy dealers try to send a check in with themselves one your freeways most of them look good there is a clean up of an earlier accident on state route fifty one itself found just approaching Glendale everything is all off right and then you've got some debris in the roadway and Scott still on the loose want to one Pima freeway northbound at Indian school road and it's partially blocking that HOV carpooling so please be careful there this report is brought to you by the city of Phoenix water services city of Phoenix water services Rome wants to remind you that smart water habits today insure safe and reliable water for generations to come C. water differently visit Phoenix dot gov slash B. water smart Danny Sullivan KTAR news plan on above average high temperatures to continue this week one to one oh five today then one await on Tuesday and one eleven on Wednesday and Thursday with a new round of excessive heat alerts.

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"david davies" Discussed on Barstool Rundown

Barstool Rundown

02:51 min | 2 years ago

"david davies" Discussed on Barstool Rundown

"The whole named his kids. You said that I heard he actually. One of the one of the more ridiculous videos, ever come out of Barcelona. I genuinely mean that Dave at the Kentucky Derby ranting about his latest loss with Bill bell. Check in the background. David Davies, go out Bill. For second. You have to cut out or to ticket cut out. I went my worth my work with you at all. So I changed the second. The first one. What am I gonna? Third. So I was all over this. That's competing for. Don't help. Was so absurd for so many reasons the two main ones being one I mean, how far this is all come. And to the fact that like David such degenerate that like when he's mad about a bed. Yeah. Nothing is nothing important that fucking village. Like, the guy who like the only reason he has any of this money to get in the first place is basically because real yes, he's like stopping his time to say Hello. Culpability Bill Belgian is given a lot of that'd be all of it arguably. And I mean when he posted it, hey, didn't like he didn't say like, look if he'll check in the background, you know. And I think it skills to the radar. Yeah. For while it had like a hundred thousand retweets from the Barzel actually wonder that I wanted to ask the that. He was in the office today, even his radio only got like two thousand I'm would be fears. Yeah. Has less than every single every every all of my followers. Fuck. Yeah. I mean, the the the bell check. This is not getting enough love this is absurd. And a lot of people were like what Dave complaining about it bet. No Bill bell, Jack in the back rock. So I think it went under the radar. The the Brady thing is I don't know what. He sexual both the horses on Saturday. And he was just like that was the most surreal moment for history. Breezy mass. Oh, by the way, like goal. Winter's coming. There's a storm Brune, boys. If the Celtics lose tonight and the Bruins go to game seven and lose on Wednesday and deport annoyed comes to this office after we've all settled in and he hates this place. And he's lost money. The Kentucky Derby. Lost lost heads are gonna roll. I I'm I'm sitting right? Your debt you got.

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"david davies" Discussed on 860AM The Answer

860AM The Answer

01:34 min | 2 years ago

"david davies" Discussed on 860AM The Answer

"Had autistic toughtested, no less. My stepson is autistic. It makes me sick to think of this. You know, the ease with which you can convince an autistic young person of of all you're in the wrong sex. How it's it's effortless. I'm so angry. I'm just so angry. Angry because of the fools in Arizona who go to the polls. But they don't they don't see the vote democrat, which is a left wing liberal party because they're angry at the president. You fools. This is what you're voting for double mastectomies on teenage girls. Okay. That's what you're voting for when you vote left. Okay. Just know I'll give you a big list of disgusting things you're voting for when you vote left. Oh, but the president I don't like his vocabulary. Narcissistic vote. Pupils who say they were born the wrong sex mimic transgender YouTube stars, Carol. Believes are partly do. They mimic transgender YouTube stars that Carol beliefs are partly to blame for convincing vulnerable children. They have gender dysphoric. Last night conservative member of parliament, David Davies said I congratulate this teacher for coming out and telling us what I have long suspected has been going on at schools. It is horrendous the children are being encouraged by pupils to identify as transgender, particularly.

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"david davies" Discussed on News-Talk 1400 The Patriot

News-Talk 1400 The Patriot

01:34 min | 2 years ago

"david davies" Discussed on News-Talk 1400 The Patriot

"Mastectomy autistic autistic, no less. Step son is autistic, it makes me sick to think of this. You know, the ease with which you can convince an autistic young person of of though, you're in the wrong sex Yao. It's it's effortless. So angry. I'm just so angry. I'm angry because of the fools in Arizona who go to the polls. But they don't they don't they vote democrat which is a left wing liberal party because they're angry at the president. You fools. This is what you're voting for double mastectomies on teenage girls. Okay. That's what you're voting for when you vote left. Okay. Just know I'll give you a big list of disgusting things you're voting for when you vote left but the president I don't like his vocabulary. Narcissistic vote. Pupils who say they were the wrong sex mimic transgender YouTube stars, Carol. Believes are partly do. They mimic transgender YouTube stars that Carol beliefs are partly to blame for convincing vulnerable children. They have gender dis for you. Last night conservative member of parliament, David Davies said I congratulate this teacher for coming out and telling us what I have long suspected has been going on at schools. It is horrendous the children are being encouraged by pupils to identify as transgender, particularly.

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"david davies" Discussed on talkRADIO

talkRADIO

03:46 min | 3 years ago

"david davies" Discussed on talkRADIO

"Radio the no nonsense breakfast with julia hartley brewer on we'll get you so okay we said he will get you talking a rise a lady sue atkins and sir david davies my case that people david davies had to say this is not the other one we chatted with him yesterday do you spend david do you spend an awful lot of time fielding calls and emails for your almost namesake better than that i get invitations to the most fantastic event so i took one once with a billionaire businessman in the city of london because i genuinely thought it was for me and i rang at these office i see coming from me because i didn't know him and why would he want to talk to me but anyway it was for the other one we didn't find out until after i'd had dinner with amongst others jeff randall how there there are advantages and disadvantages yes yes okay well we've got lots to talk about this morning about how the cabinet is a reforming itself as a parenting catch lots of advice in terms of squabbling children children as teenagers what about squabbling cabinet member well that's why you've got to keep a calm head cape grounded and just sort of you know joe jolly them all along i suppose and keep with it that's what she can do really just had blue was conservative cutting hasn't officially been blue pills seven minutes past seven let's get to my i said if you might as well talk kabul a liberal democrat leader of course leading remain campaign but i bill cash chair of the european scrutiny committee conservative mp has done and as i always say bill a eurosceptic long before it was fashionable cash what do you make of the well the resignations and indeed the replacement of types of jeremy hunt and others into these great offices of state well first of all i think that the issue is one of the numerous national interest which is quite old this but it's also true say that boosts resigned on the metro principal there's absolutely no doubt about that i there is concern about this check is agreement they're already shoes but we're all going to get a white paper is being disturbed by a week now and i think that's because they're pulsa bravery polishing tulsa this and i think that may be a good sign the alday polishing it because it is as boris johnson famously said last friday third no saying is that they're all some really important announced questions in it and they all vitally important because the real question is is this agreement is the future of the negotiations as it transpires came to make sure we have self government in this country we just post the withdrawal you know all about this and the fact is that withdrawal act says we're going to repeal in nineteen seventy two at that is massive and it took an enormous amount of time in negotiations i was very much involved in in all the time and it was going through hundreds of amendments house of louis actually obstructive and also some of our remainder mp's as well so the bottom line is that's been a massive achievement and guessing that through is the first step the second thing is to make sure that the trade arrangements and the negotiations that followed now relationship work now there are big questions about the european courts jurisdiction because although they say there will be no jurisdiction the question is is that game to be as clear in the detail the white paper is going to have to spell this is the.

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"david davies" Discussed on Monocle 24: The Monocle Daily

Monocle 24: The Monocle Daily

04:49 min | 3 years ago

"david davies" Discussed on Monocle 24: The Monocle Daily

"Question wellspent for boris johnson and it does seem that that he's resigned when he did because david davies already had the he'd just though will if he's gone i bet a follow him well there was an awful lot of tool cough to david davis had resigned of the fact that he had shown real principle that he had stood up for what he believed in that he decided to go because he did not feel that he could sign up to collective cabinet roles responsibility toe the line with the rest of the government i'm because he didn't believe in the deal that he was supposed to be selling but when all this talk came out about what here's a man standing up his principles here's a man who knows what he means they were some who was saying and whereas boris johnson in all of this now in boris johnson's resignation letter tonight he said well the government had found a song to sing but as i practiced the words they stuck in my throat and he gave that as his explanation saying that he believed that we were heading towards a semi brexit one where we'd have the status of koloni the dream is dying suffocated by needless selfdoubt he writes a will wonders if he really believes that why again he didn't walk on friday because what you've got now is a great deal of disarray and confusion amongst the brexit is they're united in the fact that they don't like the proposals this complex set of arrangements that the prime minister has come up with but in terms of what to do next whether to try to defeat it whether to try to oust the prime minister there is absolutely no agreement whatsoever and yet after all of these after being barracked in the house of commons by the leader of the opposition theresa may go to a meeting conservative mp's this evening and gets a tumultuous row round of applause from them well she had been in the house of commons altering questions for over an hour and a half and had been very robust in insisting that the deal that she came away from that check as meeting with was the one that she believed was right for the country and she was going to stay and fight for it she went into this meeting of the parliamentary conservative party and yes there was binding of desks the were some voices that were critical of her plan but i think what was noticeable was that some of the leading bricks tears said that they didn't like the plan but they had no intention of trying to get rid of the prime minister yes i think there was always going to be some buying of deaths because i think number ten would have made sure that that happened and i think that they will also would have been very grateful at a lot of loyal former ministers stood up and supported the prime minister but i think the problem for her now is that is a real prospect of her proposals being defeated in the commons and if that was a happen it does seem as though she could then face a confidence vote there certainly enough conservative rebels to defeat the plan if a seems likely the labor of position also votes down the plan now they haven't confirmed that's what they're going to do but they have said that they're not happy with the arrangements even though it was actually pretty close to many of the principles that they want to pursue when it comes to brexit so we're in a very uncertain world i think they can be no doubt about the serious danger that the prime minister is in this is her worst crisis since the general election two years ago but at the moment there is no concerted attempt to oust her from power and there is disarray even amongst those brexit cheers about who are who maybe united in their dislike of her proposals but of got no clear plan as to what they want next and meanwhile the eu team for humanity desperately grueling dominic rob's names he's the new brexit secretary will be popping over in brussels these meetings and the rest of the world is favourite googling jeremy hunt's name because he is the new foreign secretary something you learned about an hour ago so what does what does the rest of the world needs to know about him well dominic robb is someone who's been a rising minister who is at one stage booted sideways by theresa may he was a strong brexit campaigner he is a a very articulate and convincing performer but.

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"david davies" Discussed on talkRADIO

talkRADIO

02:17 min | 3 years ago

"david davies" Discussed on talkRADIO

"Eu they can nothing about the common man as long as they get their expenses paid for bias and have a little bit of power then it says time's changing and if there's anything the british public what mrs this ridiculous mob of unelected elitist they're not just an embarrassment to the hardworking people this country they're an absolute embarrassment to themselves and the position they hold as an awful lot of messages along those lines ruben it's time to these unelected quislings out of office i am still looking for some messages from some people who actually didn't do the right thing when i get to them i promise funded but so far not acu let me bring you chris williamson labor mp and conservative and david davies hippie joining me all morning on this one thing you like me or a lever chris you are will you come round to leave because jeremy corbyn did but you you campaign strongly for remain did do you think the house of lords chris come true i hospitals did the right thing due to the rising i'm not a big sport of the hassle also by the way and i would agree with the sentiments i think expressed by your listeners there in terms of the role of the house of lords but this is our constitutional by revising chamber and you know perfectly constitutional for them to do what they did not think it was a sensible the decision that they have taken because what we want to do come on my show and spouse through yes indeed is a no nonsense slogan julia well what it means is we don't want a european union that actually works for the interests of bankers and the so we want to make sure that we've got good quality jobs career plans decent public services well a lot to do with you because in terms all for example having a agreements in terms of consumer rights consumer protection laws can cortana consumer rights outside the parlamento protections clearly environment protections can only i think the meaningfully delivered through cooperation deka i'm bullet favor corporations i'm show you all david davies support didn't see why you need to be part of a political group to cooperate but but would you think what do you think of the house.

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"david davies" Discussed on talkRADIO

talkRADIO

01:30 min | 3 years ago

"david davies" Discussed on talkRADIO

"Get you so okay we sat he will get you talking david davies talking is the day just a few minutes i if they let me get you to some of these tweets that have been coming in i've been asking you to tweeted bouts the votes in the house of laws last night off we talk about the house of laws but last night they vetoed the uk leaving the eu without a deal now you remember theresa may it said no deal is better than a bad deal i've always agreed with our last but they say it's not an option we shouldn't if there is a vote in parliament the decides to actually decide that we're not going to accept any deal that the government is associated with the eu in that case then we will leave at all because we leave without a deal basically tying the hands of the government to try and get any jail over new deal that's what the deal was if we don't vote for the deal then we leave without which i'm perfectly happy with james has had his say it's quite clear referendum that it was for the people to decide no mp's allows decision was clearly delighted delighted to the people this latest on is the front democracy and i fear the repercussions jones says it means the eu will now give david davis the worst possible deal knowing parliament will vote it down conservative and leave manifesto has one votes on the leave you ticket and last night the house of laws chester ignore that next step another general election bob says this was always the long game by remain is he knew that when they vote for parliament to review the deal that this will be the outcome because the lords have made of liberals and remains the e you must be delighted with this and.

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"david davies" Discussed on The Black Guy Who Tips Podcast

The Black Guy Who Tips Podcast

01:38 min | 3 years ago

"david davies" Discussed on The Black Guy Who Tips Podcast

"Yes i like i guarantee does make a last this day way every time though average titles movie cry fame shot as the like he's on the captured them and stuff but she's also into cut watching light tests in any interact with um days ago watching randall an ambitious laughing and hugged up on the couch and uh later you know they add to the movies always taught her bed have a question you know how lo what time it pass and clean them finding him in the car and then being in a house it seemed like oh they they watched a movie they did this was a lot happening oh what time was it you know it gets dark early um i dunno outta let's say 445 okay so we're tragically we talk is 45 minutes on expressway so to give back take shower i guess eat dinner so then seven so i will say lack of route adhd star watching movie they get over wit like not 30 now 45 the is bedtime clearly you know you let ekeus they have a little bit later stages back right within as bad and now is now forty five days ago uh uh as best making the couch up for her and all sean data's like cannot say auro eh she's lie a vest why i mean if you're mara have problem would assure an amount by yeah david davies grabbed a valid like i did for modifying uh back.

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"david davies" Discussed on talkRADIO

talkRADIO

01:46 min | 3 years ago

"david davies" Discussed on talkRADIO

"The adaptation to go to the former save the children bussed adjusted a fullsize an oxfam oversee in the commons he has to answering questions entity jeremy corbyn threats to the media change is a comey took about all of that and more without david davies conservative mp the moment than kate heavy labour mp for vauxhall first at the time for westminster whispers with match choose the editor of the times read books now mats are this at tori brexit letter as a coup quite a steps in the front pages of some newspapers and he sixty two republics itit's writing a letter to the prime minister but some of calling is a thinlyveiled threat to her where is the social health in the viollis it's sort of this hauled core group of the social weeds group european research group chaired by jacob we smoke takes very odd hardline on on rex they keep making these demont's actually they made lost amounts last you about how we shouldn't pay any money as part the divorce bill in that shouldn't be a transition period both those things now happy it is sort of feel like they have to keep we station that position but i'm sorry immel skeptical than some about the actual amount of influence they have not least because they are the only people in the commons it won't this hard brexit the idea that they would line up with the labour party's of vote down a deal seems on light we we give them he didn't have the power to honor station but did they have the power to fools for instance a leadership challenge won't possibly dominant we'll whisker think that they end up bringing down the government in you end up with jeremy corbyn is prime minister that makes it less likely that any brexit but happened multiple aid that jamie cubans more of a eurosceptic teresa the mayor loss while you need to be careful what you say about judge of ship 30th a few style suggesting that he may have supported leave secretly hill he'll tell you that changes coming jide leave we make my stand on your he's be making some threats after raw.

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"david davies" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

02:05 min | 3 years ago

"david davies" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"Environment and what we find is that uh in in why meant by you have rising growth and falling inflation which was the case in 2017 us equity generally does well but wanted to these very low in fact if you move into environment where you have rising growth and rising inflation looking find is that returns on equity do not get damage that much in fact that in fact wanted realty which increases by seventy percent uh from the regime by thing before so it's it's not i think um uh surviving do he that you know uh equity volatility going up by other the action do rising inflation in lima draw than means being damaged so the relationship is more linked with one or two dido than um gene the hill from our our analysis and i think in the shortterm beef who i think this would be a guy real beginning to see we have like what he's are stretch between the strong growth environment and old for rising discount tractor and then moving one from one factor another armed david davies yes eased just sides i believe you are expecting it yields to news higher given the inflation environment does that means that you don't expect higher yields to have a negative impact on equities and it's not what are the parts of the portfolio should people be looking at and making changes to who and bill i can come a dumped of equities a link with the you've i think it's the speed of the move uh which i think is is a motor for copying play quitting lock rod than not out on the dedication of travel in fact uh you know in a brawl growth uh uh enlighman you would expect inflation to come through in fact 2017 with surprising the have that they already to completion and i think the the part of the portfolios become mode exposed uh to be in lima to odd the fixed income linked want especially those which have the vision risk betting on them and this is something which i think of we've had we've had the viewpoints every month now that if you can't avoid it you should the movie from anything which have duration risk and it's not uh i can buy them to feed the regime i was talking to fee income ig critic.

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"david davies" Discussed on VIBES-LIVE

VIBES-LIVE

01:41 min | 3 years ago

"david davies" Discussed on VIBES-LIVE

"The man was also uh uh up ja han back the deal founder of the heightened mig used as finding the empowerment in him pound genius is com hey will sub guys should grow brand here imagine you to bring people together network 'aging his come hey guys did she girl kiana day is in humans atv munching is is feeling and empower geniuses brand name is david davies bang the i dry imagine you is gene come on my name is mere asked he maggie will you seen my name is core alleging was both accounting detainees of any and he says claims lagerald vick hi maggie lee mccheese will geniuses kawhi leonard much easier of the abilities a my name by gene is making money at the planet jesus com.

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"david davies" Discussed on talkRADIO

talkRADIO

01:52 min | 4 years ago

"david davies" Discussed on talkRADIO

"Public pay and with the new you could mean backed by looting ludi naked way they join a car and it would take me when you wish her anyway making many and i don't know why i mean tori or the reason why three late day because nobody really want it right now aged read which opened acted in my opinion she is getting up at every day hearing but he can absolutely could halt white people there was a photograph of the papers on sunday katie i think she was going to church my god she looked like she died aged ten years but listen the question is hammond did go who would be the front runner to replace him naturally the right wide i an old kori took about what we may well you know if i want to catch up with some of the bad which we took about it he make up straight away and no one agreed on the out that and that is why treat play there are no longer than anyone can imagine what an no one can actually get it back the clinton never i mean i mean full for if if hammond wins who do you think we'll take his they'd go hunt who i think my peak michael fallon though the three out a connection i thought that when is they won't play with seventy eight majority chunk la and he will reshuffle the cabinet and pretty much that found that everybody expected that and you can only imagine the relationship of that which meant that it had a nudie could he fat then she couldn't attacking oakwood at a thing i think the one that look beilin quite close trade may or indeed i'm not sure there a hundred ten keen on david davies paying the price negotiations true rush hearing thing not even nathan thank you very much of the katy perry was actually a treasure their former director of communications at number ten downing street had this involve the twitter from pool con you why sec hammond here's a formal requests for brexit dangeous than the romantic gung ho brexit is up bo job in the.

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"david davies" Discussed on MYfm 104.3

MYfm 104.3

01:57 min | 4 years ago

"david davies" Discussed on MYfm 104.3

"See this 104 three warm you say more variety the kpig los angeles 104 three mafia family oh boy give me is on this the thought this them justin the obama comment are left the thirty two suits at the old delays the is not in the absence no delays john malcolm david davies look agreed man those books this is six had you akg his absence feeling the waffle given easy labeling hopes injury bank of by the delta.

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"david davies" Discussed on Coffee House Shots

Coffee House Shots

01:46 min | 4 years ago

"david davies" Discussed on Coffee House Shots

"And which is why i think she will stay for a while because she's not such efrat a james's from to think only we can go that we have the spectators oneparty the by gore's here with queen street out to be a kind of woodstock festival of political plotting what if thing has come of this was come all the serb maneuvering we've had in the last couple of weeks orange automate lauda swabbings has them is a brittan someone appears be plotting it hubs their standing in the mob with tory mps on makes them less likely to succeed they hope asking to lead to to his intially self whipping but leadership contenders will realise but actually that best tactic rhinos to keep our heads down now the one potential problem of our strategy is but for some people they got to get the crown before 2019 over navigated our people were in boroughs earn soon david davies is the most clear example of out of boris perhaps because i think there was a growing sense in the tory party the post 2019 as they won't they'll can i want a fresh face at changing for god i guess if you go to anybody release year before general election would me a lot on the on the people let through to run the slow adding there is a growing sense that you could go back to the old constitutional precedent of udinese have an election just when he change prime minister out of daylight to give a new person a decent raja a time to show they they wanna do and also crucially hope economy into a better shape here one of the things we almost wimpy's withing the election turned such disaster beyond all the usual reasons rather manifested tax cetera sexual theresa may's campaign limitations.

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"david davies" Discussed on Amanpour

Amanpour

01:31 min | 4 years ago

"david davies" Discussed on Amanpour

"Well this is happening against a ticking clock one of the problems that we face is the prime minister having started the process by triggering article fifty then decided have an election which has taken out six or seven weeks of the whole process and that clock goes on turkey i secondly having argued that britain would turn up the negotiations to say right we need to discuss the divorce settlement and we need to talk about the new trading and market access relationship the very first thing david davies did was to say or i would just going to talk about the divorce just all with which is what the europeans wanted the crucial question for the british economy is this the government says he wants to maintain tariff mberi freetrade when i had the committee the overwhelming consensus from business was we want to keep trade free of tariffs and other barriers we have integrated supply change of a forty years or economists have come together the best way to do that would be to say actually would like to remain in the customs union and you don't have to worry about that it also deals with the government northern ireland when nobody wants to see a return to any form of customs post now the government decided not to do that is saying to europe we'd like to leave the customs union to negotiate new trade deals that in effect we like to stay in the customs union by being able to continue with tariffs nontariff trade and i think europe will say hang on them and han have both and other things less and therefore all either yuli with no deal which would be a disaster all you change your mind on the customs union membership all eunato she eight a new trade a market access agreement which nobody.

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"david davies" Discussed on BBC Radio 4

BBC Radio 4

02:07 min | 4 years ago

"david davies" Discussed on BBC Radio 4

"And was overruled 'hard brexit' well to strip out the idea of a no deal option to revisit the possibility of being part of the single market to may be look at the norway option and this is an an academic debate which is going to be carried out in radio studios in newspapers mrs may is going to have to win votes in the house of commons and a lot of them and quite soon because not only does she have to get the great repeal bill through jeremy corbyn yesterday described that as history she probably has to get through probably about half a dozen other pieces of legislation on areas very very sensitive areas like immigration the customs union brackets the economy and on those votes the remain as believe they now have a majority so they is going to be a showdown in the commons in the foreseeable future on a number of occasions over brexit which the remains believe they can now defeat mrs male so when she your sits across the table from live all david davies those whoever next monday it's not going to be easy for a while she shielded for the time being by the immediacy of the brexit negotiations and the shia horror on all sides of what it would look like if we didn't have a prime minister sitting at the table in other words if we were in complete kale so that is one factor which shields or the other the is the absolute horror among i think pretty much all tory mps about the prospect of another general election which many believe would necessarily follow if they try to elect a new leader and lastly there is no obvious immediate easy coronation so mrs may for the time being is kept in place but my son since his months many tory mps had can cannot be measured in months rather than years her here in all its twenty three minutes to eight two seven there are some pretty important talks in northern ireland today to try to restore power sharing that we the dep talking to the conservatives about some sort of deal to support theresa may's government.

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