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UK will allow Huawei to supply 5G — with ‘tight restrictions’
"The U. K. says it will let hallway the Chinese telecom giant provide equipment to build the five G. network there this despite president trump's repeated insistence that Huawei is a security threat for more we turn to in pairs Franklin videos in London Hey Frank hi Mary Louise to start with this bit about the security for it does the U. K. agree that walkway is a security threat they do what they say is we can handle it and so they lay this out today what they're basically saying they're going to do is have qual weight work on the periphery of the network with only a thirty five percent market share so this may mean antennas things like that but will not be allowed anywhere near intelligence networks here certainly not nuclear plants and military sites so they're basically saying is yes we recognize there's some risk here and we have a way to Medicaid why is the U. K. you interested in working with while away at all given the trump administration says not only are there risks that you should ban them yellow I think it's a commercial decision in a lot of ways of while we was already integrated into the four G. system here and if they turned around and they and then they have to tear a lot of it out that would slow down the rollout of five G. and of course we got we got press at the end of this week the UK's leaving the E. U. the economy here is already taken something of hit and Preminger Boris Johnson is very clear he does not want to fall behind on the internet what was also the number one telecom supplier it does offer competitive pricing is true and so they figured that this is this is sort of a middle road that they think will help the economy and doesn't pose too much of a threat I'm curious because how to handle hallway has been controversial here in the US has it been controversial in Britain yeah it was really interesting to watch the house of Commons after this was announced and there were a number of members of boards Johnson's own party who came out and said they thought this is a bad idea that it was too dangerous one person pointed out that you know the ball way has close ties to the Communist Party which you know he described as having a deeply hostile intelligence network an approach to things so there's definitely discomfort even in in Johnson's own party about this I want to ask about reaction from two quarters all start with the trump administration this is not the decision they wanted to see Boris Johnson and his government take knowing they repeatedly told him not to do this the official word on the White House speaking NPR was disappointment and the quote was there's no safe option for untrusted vendors to control any part of the five G. G. network of course Mike Pompeii of secretary of state will be here tomorrow and Thursday and we'll see if there's any retaliation there have been threats of potentially reducing intelligence sharing between the UK and the U. S. a which are incredibly close allies in what is far worse and worse who falsely his happy but they're not growing they know how to handle this they see their reassured by the decision and run junkware of course it's worth reminding people that he is the founder he's saying his firm would never harm a client would never do anything like this but David Davis a former cabinet minister here just in the house of Commons earlier today saying of course Chinese companies if the intelligence services in China asked me to do something they don't have any choice it is not a rule of law stated as one party state it is worth noting Frank this is happening the week of brexit on Friday the V. okay officially leaves the E. you are there implications for for Europe more broadly there are in fact I think tomorrow we're gonna see draft guidelines come out of the European Union and what we expect is something pretty similar to the European Commission is probably gonna recommend against the band but imposing strict rules on any company that wants to develop five G. and that will provide cover for some member states who want to work with well wait for all the obvious commercial reasons NPR's Franklin fit in London
The political Ramifications To Trump Being impeached in historic House vote
"Just about everyone saw it coming the house voted yesterday to impeach president trump on two counts with the trial coming next in the Senate but what are the political ramifications president trump speaking in Michigan last night said that he thought it certainly isn't going to hurt him in Michigan and now the Democrats are very upset they want to get Michigan back they just don't know how to do it because they didn't do a thing welcome now Rick Davis his political adviser who has run several campaigns including when John McCain ran for president two thousand eight Mister David Davis I'm proud to say as part of the Bloomberg team covering the twenty twenty election welcome Rick good to have you here thank you that is great to be here so let's start with were president trump was right now on the question of appeasement that's that's percent what happens because most people think they know what's going to happen from here on out what do you do for him in those critical say state of Wisconsin Michigan Pennsylvania help hurt irrelevant yeah I mean you put out a really important factor the the the presidential campaign will not be fought in fifty states it's going to be fought in certain battleground states and and I thought I would add a few Arizona is a good example of a new state that was a battleground state last time here and one that that will be this time at and I think that's that's the reason you found president trump in Michigan last night while the vote was being taken I mean that on its own that's kind of a historic moment where the president of the United States is rallying his team around his narrative on impeachment while the house of representatives and having this historic moment where they are only for the third time in the history of our country voting for impeachment and I think the juxtaposition of that was really stark and and I think you have to look at all the factors that go into these these states the targeted states the the battleground states and what's gonna turn them or not trump in in fact is defending his win last time around in those states so the onus is really on him to hold I would say economics votes in his favor but politics hasn't and so when you look at some of the things are going on in those states whether it's job creation manufacturing or even issues related to other softer she's like climate you have to look at who the swing voters who's going to who would be eligible to vote for for for Donald Trump yeah in their own mindset and what is what's driving that those votes I I would like to remind everybody that that he won four states by a margin at a little over ten thousand votes each state so this is really a razor thin margin that he had in the past so Rick you are I think the perfect person asked this question of and that is that razor thin margin if you gonna turn that is that substance and policy or is that frankly the process of really run the election because some people certainly criticize Hillary Clinton for example for not going to Michigan toward the end last time around they they she sure took it for granted if the next democratic candidate makes more of an effort in Wisconsin Michigan Pennsylvania could that make the difference without regard to the policy sure I mean we like in my business in the old days would like to tell everybody that campaigns matter right there is a little self serving but it was true right I mean if you don't campaign in the state like Hillary didn't campaign in Michigan and you don't spend resources their money and put people in there why do you expect to actually pull off a victory lot of people that were scratching their heads in the Democratic Party as to what her strategy wise yet she was spending money in places it seemingly weren't competitive so that campaign matters she did not deliver a good campaign in that state and then she lost as a result of that so sure it's such a tight margin that the campaign's going to matter but so are the candidates right well we know Donald Trump we've gotten to know him quite a bit in the last few years he shows up in Michigan last night he's got a raucous crowd the stocking them up they love it and there's controversy immediately within within his rallies going after you know the
Mercedes is Using In-Car Location Sensors to Track Debtors
"This episode of business wars daily is brought to you by sent pro online from pitney bowes shipping and mailing from your desk is never been simpler than with sent pro online from pitney beaus. Try it free for thirty days and get a free ten pound scale when you visit p._b._a. Dot com slash b w daily in <music> from wondering i'm david brown and this is business wars daily happy monday friends privacy. Maybe the latest and weapon in the battle for competitive advantage at least when it comes to your car a u._k. Politician is calling for an investigation to mercedes-benz privacy practices this after it came to light that the german automakers using in-car location sensors to find customers who are defaulting on their bills the u._k. Newspaper the sun recently gently reported that mercedes is using these hidden centers not just to track these customers but also to repossess their cars. The company told the sun that it passes this information to third party bailiffs independent enforcers. If you will and third party repossession firms the practice appears to be an unintended consequence of a european union law designed to make drivers safer in march of two thousand eighteen automaker selling cars and light vans in europe were mandated to include sensors that would turn on in the event of of a serious crash. The ecosystem is supposed to relay basic information to emergency responders including a cars make model location and number of passengers but what the law also says that the sensors are not supposed to be turned on at any other time but mercedes insists that customers are giving the company permission to track them. How's that well. The luxury automaker says a clause specifying. The use of location sensors is in the lengthy contract that finance customer sign about eighty percent percent of all new mercedes benz vehicle sold in britain are financed according to the sun but mercedes also claims that the practice is rare and at the sensors are not always john nor are drivers constantly being tracked according to c._n._n. A company spokeswoman says mercedes uses the sensors for repossession only as a last resort after after customers have repeatedly denied requests to return their vehicles a former u._k. Cabinet minister david davis is calling for a government investigation into mercedes tracking racking practices he questioned whether it was legal for the company to pass personal information to outside companies other privacy advocates expressed alarm over what they say are increasing increasing big brother tactics by big companies proponents of the practice argue that companies have a right to make sure their property if it's not being paid for is protected rivals b._m._w. Jaguar land rover and volkswagen were quick to say they don't track their customers for european drivers considering a new car. The questions may not just be around color style cool new features and price now. The question may also be which company is is keeping an electronic eye on me. There may well be some customers who use the privacy question to help decide who should get their business. I'm wondering this business wars daily pay. If you like our show take a second and give us a five star rating at the review at apple podcast gassed would you it really helps. Share our show who listeners thanks so much. I'm david brown. We'll be back with you tomorrow. This episode is brought to you by send pro online from pitney bowes shipping and mailing from your desk has never never been simpler than with send pro online from pitney bowes with simple online is just click sand and save for as low as four dollars ninety nine cents. That's right four four dollars and ninety nine cents a month. Send envelopes flats and packages right from your p._c. And you are back to business in no time. Try it for free for thirty days and get a free ten pound scale but only when you visit p b dot com slash b._w. Daily that's p._b. Dot com slash b w daily.
What Are the Ramifications of Theresa May's Exit from Brexit?
"So Theresa May has not Ted part date. She's leaving the office of prime minister after around free years in the job. What will be James trees may has joined a long list. Really now of conservative prime ministers have been brought down by the issue of Europe. Will she be remembered as a prime minister Hugh failed to deliver Brexit? Yes, in principle entry in the history. Books will be four. I've been there is another interesting question about, may that which is, it's easy to forget today with reason, having departed, the stage, two stage, said that when she will depart the sage accurately when she was riding high in the polls in those early moments of our premiership Harim was not justed liver Brexit. Aim was the change the entire nature of a conservative party and therefore, British politics. She and chief star Timothy wanted to turn the Tories into much more of a Christian Democrat style Ponti, and they have been, and it was a Wayne attempts gonna go back to almost gonna prefabs right, Tori party, but different in a way that it was going to be a Tory party. It was a more kind of working class voters than the toys have been previously and the Fady about twenty seventeen campaign, nor the only did it cut her off the Neal Brexit, because the loss of a majority meant that the. She was negotiating in Europe knew that she couldn't really walk away from the table because Paulin would NASA, uneven even if she did this wasn't going to prison wasn't going to respond to Moltke from table by can radically becoming Singapore overnight, because the parliamentary numbers simply were now but it also stymied her domestic plans, those people in the cabinet who had never been found slim, think of chancellor, Philip Hammond, Saturday, Javid, Vail, felt empowered to essentially stand up all of these ideas with more determination. That's why I think when she was talking about her domestic, like yesterday in her resignation statement was. I'm not saying stuff wasn't important on issues like mental health and domestic abuse, and the racist Bartle it. But these are not normally what promises would site as I have that principal legacies. Yes fraser. Let me look Theresa May's premiership. There was a point the full that snap election where lots of pundits house people in this room were predicting a long reign factories may. She looked on course for a very large majority landslide majorities some points. And there was a concern that she if anything she would have too much power over her party. Being in a pub with the one of her cabinet members two weeks before the election. He was literally planning, what they would towards do in their twenty twenty three budget because so long the rain front of them seem the expectation was that 'em. Choose about to put labor to the sword. And sure by doing lots of left wing stuff, which which my drinking partner disagreed. But he was saying, this is the price of ten years of power, I'm willing to pay it now as it turned out, this was a massive miscalculation. And sure people can blame her for this, nap election quite right to that's hardly, anybody said, actually, you lose your majority that was a show to every pundit every pollster, so everybody was taking a bag by just how much first of all her campaign fell apart. And Secondly, by the way, that Jeremy Corbyn made more progress than any leader of any post reporting twenty seventeen election and also there was no, I was actually I'm still I'm very happy of the result of election. Because I think Theresa May was on course to be a monster. She was behaving a boom nably to her cabinet. She was ruling by dick tat with Nick Timothy and funeral hill to her advisers. They were speaking, very harshly to elect politicians as if they were servants expressing the will of the master and reason me force that twenty seventeen legs and not as a conservative, she would have these party broadcast. We'd hardly hear the word conservative. This was about to resume and Theresa May's party, she sought a personal mandate, which intended to use to run a personal government. I think that would be a calamity, and even though the losing of that majority has led to lots of problems for the conservatives normally support. I'm still pleased that happened. I mean, Theresa May's women have incredible honor of public duty of stamina of lots of personal qualities, and I've been so many times, just awed the way that she's been able to walk through fire. And still come out the other side barely an expression changed on her face. And as journalists we always criticize people for people who are doing things that we knew we could never self as new way out of survivor two weeks injuries amaze job. So I'm not going to make out Viking disparage her bitter problem was to govern, you need to bring people with you, you need to be people person, you need to put together a whole bunch of talented people in the cabinet and share their ideas. David Cameron was able to do that to resume was not. And that ultimately is why she failed nab before we go into detail on the things that trees, the made did wrong. I think that this, plenty to go over James was appoint as we touch by she's doing very well in the polls, but she gave that burning injustices speech, which seemed to really reach to a new audience the conservative party as prime minister. What did she do? Right. One of the things he did. Right. As prime minister, the beginning was to appear different to pre-disaster I think too. Public that were slightly out with slipping then she seemed to be different kind of politician. People look to her slightly older less flashy, and they fought a sore someone. He was just going to interested in getting on the jolt approval ratings at one stage. We're not just high with the highest ever recorded for a party leaders, easy to forget that now just how popular wildly popular she was. And this is why coordinator election was such mistake, because she had repeatedly looked for country in the eye and said, I'm not going to call a general election. It's not right for the country to have a general election. I don't play. Let's go games. I'm not going to do that. And then suddenly, she goes walking wells and she finds it she go to twenty four point police, and that proves to tempting even for this bickers daughter. And I think that was the beginning of things on winding because the public will, like hang on a second, my what you were different and now you're having this election, and then obviously that was the manifesto that, that went so wrong. And I think that was the problem that resume which was she tried to act almost as an empty politics here. I only remember that famous speech at the beginning, they drink in the balls, they gossip in the tea room. I just get the job. And I think people saw who election and they were like, well, how does that compute? It just didn't quite work. The problem was. But in the election, they tried to push a Ford in into Theresa May's conservatives, they tried to push for almost going call to personality, and she's not comfortable in that role. And I think there is. I fought today pops fishing thing about the end of her premiership was the cabinet rule told that trees may was going to give a statement at ten o'clock in the morning, but they weren't told what she was going to say. And I think one of the things that I say strained relations, is that, that she's never really bought a cabinet entire discussions. The famous story about people on the on the minibus on the way to the Tory manifesto, lose telling shovel what's in it because the cabinet hun hundred proper reading it for the first time and even this week, the proximate cause of going was that she had a cabinet meeting about what she's going to say your new draw Bill, and she didn't tell them that was going to be a second referendum proposal in there. So she springs on them and you, you simply can't do that and lead. That is not how one leads politically, I mean she was fundamentally suited to different form of government where she was at Mathov and everybody else to orders. She might have been a good ruler of perhaps a slightly different country as democratic as ours. But this is not how you run a cabinet government in Britain. And even Gordon Brown wasn't as sort of dismissive of the rest of his cabinet's opinions. She ended up being, I think he's well, she never picked all you never prepared people. What it was. So in the run up to the famous checkers meeting off to export Johnson. David Davis resigned. Suddenly twenty four hours beforehand ministers, sent in the papers on their shocked, because they sent a big shift in the strategy now in room, number ten executed that shift several months ago, but they never told the Brexit secretary and they never told the foreign secretaries straight up, but this was the move, but they made and I think this was point of the problem, I think this is going to be one of the big challenges for her successor is probably Ponti is, is, as you pointed out on the twenty brings promises down over Europe Bisley divide on the subject. But you have to find some way to bring your cabinet with you to make them feel. Part of it's gushing think one of trees failures. She never did that. And then I think everyone off to twenty seventeen electrical room but you'll remembered how they have been treated by Theresa May's joint chiefs of staff is going to be humiliations. They had injured and you can say politicians Bill to rise bubbas in the national interest. But I think ever since then has been a desire to settle scores from some of capital. It's really we're seeing a bit about why she was like that. And I don't think it's because she was Ouragan or because there's a little dictator inside differ. I just think she founded difficult to talk to people difficult to have difficult conversations when m cabinet members were up to resume and they come back saying she barely moves. She barely acknowledged. I was speaking, she just found it incredibly difficult to communicate on a personal basis. And also with the country more broadly, and I think that's why she behaved. And she behaved is not that she wanted to be a little Decatur is just she just found increase. Ably on a personal level hearts, navigate this conversations that will lead to open discussion, and a compromise and always baffled me, why if you don't like Munich ation, if you don't like talking to people, by the way, people don't why you would choose politics as a career. Now trees made Clayton took into too many people in her party as you say, James, she prided has one point. I'm not going to the parliament buzz, but she did always have it in a circle and over the past couple of years has got slightly smaller, in part with loss of, of her key advisers, Nick, Timothy and Fiona hill after the snap election. Now they were credited as opposed discredited for helping her heavily when she made decisions. But they both resigned in the wake of this nap election. Result phrase, a t- think that she suffered from not having those close advisors after the election. It was said that the only of a person she really felt comfortable talking to us been for that may. Yes. Of course, she massively. Suffered from it because they were the only two people with whom she really had as of trusting relationship. Again, that's difficult if you're politically because people will come and go, you need to be able to form working relationships with people, who you hate, but you need to be together for strategic reasons. So unkind souls with save at the may boats had lost his programmer after those two left, and they were, and it was just wondering around coming up with whatever statements the last person to ride speech would say, and I think that she does have instincts instincts, that were very, very well, translated by Nick, Timothy hill, they'd worked with them. I mean, I knew anybody who works closely when people can know there are people you trust us judgment. You trust who are able to take the best of what you're trying to say and make it sound good. And similarly, people who vice you'll take. No. If you lose these people than is very difficult to carry on. And she was such a creature of these two. There was just triumvirate. And she was never able to reassemble that triumph for it. So you've got Roby Gaber chief communications officer go Gavin bar. Well, her chief of staff venue, only Robbins Briggs negotiator. She does of a habit being very reliant on the advice of three people, but they weren't ones with which he worked as well. I mean, take the burning injustices agenda. I've got suspicion that she was wasn't opposed to it, but that was only Timothy's and when he left so did that gender. So that was a major flaw, and Katy period era. Former communications officer used to have that burning injustices speech, literally posted on the door of her office because this inspired her. What she thought the me premiership ought to have been about Reza me has one of these or whatever quite itchy. Be leaves us, by the way with quite a few soundbites, one of them, of course, is the sins of the world systems of nowhere. That will be happy to be the. Famous and notorious one another one will be Briggs. It means brings it. So I think there was actually more wisdom in that than people said at the time the one that sticks mind right now is this, if you don't believe in Briggs, it, you won't be able to deliver Brexit. I think it was fundamentally her problem. But I would add to it saying, if you don't really believe in the burning injustices agenda, you're never really going to be able to now when it comes to trees maze, belief in Brexit. She did struggle, then probably one of her more difficult entities when she has us has she been vote, if there was an e referendum tomorrow, and here is her aunt, sir. If there was a Brexit vote now, would you vote Brexit, because you voted remain in the referendum? Have you changed her mind? Well, I, I don't answer pathetically questions. But what I well, I voted remain. I voted remained for good reasons, the at the time, but circumstances move on. I think the important thing now is that? I think we should all be focused onto littering Brexit, delivering the best to you what you want us to say, how would I vote in a vote now against a different background national background different economic? Now, James says she refused to really say, do you think that was approved him there in the sense that she could never be work at what the answer was a question like that. She just didn't really believe that she would change vote want resilience problems. Is she? How old for someone who was prime minister an old lack of intellectual self confidence. She was uncomfortable. Responding spontaneously to a question now, I personally not into a failure of staff work because in Delhi being very excitable. Jeremy hunt told
"david davis" Discussed on The Bone 102.5
"They have algorithms that prove it, you know. What's so any Spotify? It does he's daily mixes that kind of goes by what you you search and everything else, and they gotta be thinking who is this weird too. Because I'm all over the place, it'll be Jerry Lewis one minute. And it'll be you know to pocket necks. So it's like, you know, and then it'll be new stuff to you know, like I like a lot of the new rap and in some of the new rock and country. And are they just wanna wanna find good music? I gotta start. You gotta give me like artists. I need to check out depends on what John like I like vocalist. I like people that could sing like people move you with their voice as that sounds. But I like to hear song ago CAD Cam, you know, what I mean like. That is good like, Dino, David Davis's, no idea. Nobody does Phillip Phillips's Philip sucks. David day. David Ryan was making a statement on. He was just like I know who that is. I know well because David Davis is kind of like to almost the same name over again Phillips guy, one American idol's, just you know. American idol. Cantu. I just can't. You have announced Lionel, Richie, Katy Perry, and Luke Bryan, or the coaches, whatever all three of them are equally annoying. It's really. I don't wanna hate Lionel Richie. But now he's supposed to be the Simon. He's supposed to know. No, he's not. He's supposed to be. Randy jackson. Yeah. Yeah. He he everybody's great. He's opposite Simon somebody gets up there. And they just sound like a like a. An audio version of what an actual turt- is. And he's I that's beautiful up. So it's about you, you you could feel your soul in the way you saying it's something that guy to the to do. It's what it sounds like here's a David Davis. Good.
"david davis" Discussed on Remainiacs â€“ the Brexit Podcast
"I think that sort of more important than really were on leadership is thing because we're not driving these negotiations so I can kind of see why they've done it. And already, you know, position is softening and changing as as we know more about this every day. And I mean, I daily, you know, I think our leadership position is we want general election, and if we did not, I'd love to have in the manifesto to trigger article forty nine, which is to take us back in on the same terms. Once the negotiations have started, I mean. I think as well, the idea to have more time to negotiate, which would need agreement of all the EU twenty-seven. That'd be by then. But I think they, they've said they're not going to do that unless there's some sign of some breakthrough something. Let's nothing zero trade deals. There's nothing. You know, we have twenty seven months of David Davis going to meetings in Brussels that that can't be, you know, then allowed to even start go shaking. I think I think to return to your to your point Ingrid about Ed Miliband I think he would have reluctantly backed away style deal with customs union membership and single market membership. And I think that would have, I think, actually that would have taken a lot of the heat out of the anti Brexit movement in a way because people would have kind of coalesced and said, oh, all right. All right. Yeah. And it's the fact that it's gone down such an extreme par. Yes, hardest hardest prosper Brexit pretty much that has led to. Well, let's remain ax it south, but has has led to this feeling of terrible intransigence one, I feel we're in a unique time politically in the sense that we've gone through his main her and her cabinet, and we've got labor led by Jeremy Corbyn his room. It's left wing leaders. We had of labor for awhile at this unique point in time where we're about to leave the European Union. And you know, there are advantages on the left and right to have a hot there. There are people pushing for hundreds on the left and the right. And so I think as somebody who's an observer in a bystander in, you know, it's sort of it's terrifying only because you kidding accused armor saying the word remain literally just that. And he wasn't even saying we want pain or with definitely have remained is not. He just said, we're not ruling out, remains an option, and the fact that that got a standing ovation says to me, the conveyed, the relief that that people get somebody has meant his dead to say the word that might still be an option. And it's become so yeah, polarized on the left and right that you just you just want the voices of San Jose, so it was basically, yeah, yeah. Another week and other Brexit trade lamb. This time, it was a turn of the institute for economic affairs which has come up with a report called planet. Plus the big claim was deregulation. In other words, abandoning e regulations and standards and getting rid of tariffs and quotas could boost GDP by up to seven point twenty five percent compared to where it would otherwise have been. That's a remarkable claim and it was torpedoed by Christopher cook the BBC who said it was based on dodgy, Matt's, I recommend you read is take down because it's strong stuff. He says, for example, the issue here is that when I run this model, he gives bananas results. When he runs it, it gives clear an elegant results which ought of the right scale. This is curious, angry. I remember hearing John Redwood complaining about a you Brera Crecy in a bonfire of red tape. Fifteen years ago. It's obsessed them for years, and it was a mainstay of Boris Johnson santee reporting when he was in Brussels. Do you think the ordinary person is bothered by Ebro Crecy..
Israel to partially reopen Gaza's only commercial crossing
"That she's taking. Personal challenge of the Brexit negotiations, with the new Brexit sector dominant rob deputising for the paper says the prime minister seized control of the talks in an effort to end the rivalries at of undermined to exit strategy it adds that. Her move draws a line under an acrimonious. Turf war heart government which Neten resignation of, David Davis this month the independent website launches, a campaign for voters, to have a final. Say on the Brexit deal it secured the backing of the former attorney general, Dominic grieve Tori remain. Who writes that a referendum offers, a clear democratic root for resolving the uncertainty however the website says the may not be enough support in parliament for the vote. And Theresa May or any other plausible Tory leader. Is most unlikely to go for it expresses trouble by the, news the home of the red arrows are Skelton in Lincolnshire is going to be sold by the ministry of defence as. Part of Budget cops the paper reminds readers at the base, was also, the headquarters the dam busters mission during the second World War and. Ask how can defense chief acts this proud part of the nation's history is front page headline betrayal of our RIF. Heroes sign Lee there's plenty of, coverage, of the continuing heat-wave across the UK providing the lead for a number of papers the star says burglars taking advantage. Of open windows hospital a-a-any departments of rammed with victims of sunburn and, insect bites, and an army of rap said gorging on. Rushing rubbish left out in soaring temperatures according to the sun high, street shops across the country. Is struggling to keep up with demand for fans the times, reports at, the heatwave is proving to fearsome even for the India cricket team who've decided. To, cut their four day match against Essex to three days the males main headline is person in meltdown the time thirty minutes to set a main news this morning emergency workers in Greece is searching. For survivors and burned out homes and causes the country begins three days of national mourning for dozens of people killed in devastating Wildfire is now Israel has partially reopened the Keren Shalom crossing point into the. Gaza Strip allowing fuel to enter the territory for the first time in two weeks the crossing was closed. Earlier this month after incendiary kites were flown across the, border setting fire to agriculture land inside Israel the UN says the lack of fuel is affected Gaza's only. Power plant and hospitals where hundreds of Palestinians. Are still being treated after being shot by Radi soldiers during, the protests of recent weeks but as diplomatic correspondent Paul Adams reports health workers. Wired about something much more long-term the deteriorating mental condition of nearly two million Gazans.
British PM Theresa May facing potential pincer movement on Brexit
"Start your day let's get a check of the top headlines now with that christine harvey the editor who is live with us out of dubai this morning christine greats have you with us as always let's kick it off with brexit because theresa may's woes they are continuing as she's facing fresh attacks from four former ministers boris johnson and david davis plus this call for a fresh referendum talk us through all of the details here jeeze well there is so much to unpack as they're usually seems to be on a monday morning when it comes to brexit or just all the time general really so there's three things that are really focusing on here today and i guess that would be as you said some of the calls that we're seeing out there at a trails written over the weekend from boris johnson and david davis attacking that softer brexit policy that theresa may's out there touting but theresa may was out in the papers on sunday she spoke to the bbc's she spoke to some of the other papers basically saying that her plan is the only way forward when it comes to brexit and she was really encouraging britain's out there to just get behind the plan or face risking no brexit at all if they choose to act out and vote against her current plan in parliament we will get a sense of where she stands where the uk government stands on this softer stance on brexit this week when bills on a post brexit trade agreement and customs union returned to the house of commons the third the third thing really is that we're going to see theresa may speak to the farnborough airshow today she's expected to talk about brexit say that her plan will create jobs for the industry and she's also expected to announce some investment so those are some key things shaping up the votes that we see in the house of commons this week are really what's going to be crucial going forward for theresa may to get back to farm farnborough christine we we see typically a lot of contracts published here deals announced sales especially any news so far yeah so it's shaping up to be a big week for farnborough is one might expect out airbus seems to so far be dominating the headlines we got some reports of the weekend that it's close to a deal with air asia for twenty three billion dollars worth of planes also in final talks with jet blue about some orders and it confirmed that it's also security deal with taiwanese startup airlines star lux and so this gets the industry events off to a busy start remember this is when we see airbus and boeing usually go toe to toe for major deals in the industry is so it will be interesting to see what both of those companies are able to come away with especially as they're in a competitive environment these days also today we are expected to see the uk unveiled plans for a fighter jet that would compete with models being developed by france and germany this has been a topic of contention for airbus who was involved in the deal but may be adding more so that will be of interest as well there's going to be a lot that's going on yeah absolutely a lot that's going on and as you say that fighter jets is going to be interesting an interesting one to watch will the u k kind of go it alone in these brexit times we also need to talk about earning season us investors they're going to be focusing in on bank earnings once again this week this off today p morgan and citibank's slipped out on friday or they they came out on friday what are we expecting well when it comes to bank earnings there's there's so much that you can really focus.
Goldman to formally name David Solomon next CEO early this week - NYT
"Afraid of when rise in interest treated unfairly china has every reason to take the necessary counter new york say david solomon will be named the new next goldman sachs ceo this week the new york times sites people briefed on the plan to officially make him lloyd blankfein successor at the bank solomon was made sole president under blankfein back in march making him the fried writer for the ceo spot now blankfein will stay on at the bank for an interim period theresa may is again defending her plan for leaving the eu calling on voters and politicians to rally behind it or face no brexit at all riding in the mail on sunday newspaper she insists that she will not compromise the uk national interest in negotiations foreign secretary boris johnson and brechfa cheap david davis both resigned over may's plan for keeping close links the eu post brexit president trump is being advised not to use strategic petroleum reserves and has wore awards where they've run is pressing saudi arabia and other opec members to fill any supply gatt that will arise when us sanctions tail iranian crude exports tehran's opec representative says tapping the pr would be a mistake that would nearly push oil prices higher and france has won the world cup for the second time in history beating croatia four to two in the final however the bank of france is not expecting much of an economic boost it says the victory twenty years ago lifted consumer confidence but fairly affected gdp global news twenty four hours a day on air and take talk on twitter powered by more than twenty seven hundred journalists and analysts in more than one hundred twenty countries i'm deborah mouth this is bloomberg manage thank you very much president.
"david davis" Discussed on FT Politics
"The supplies resignations of minister david davis and boys johnson as was released big brexit white paper plus we'll be look at donald trump breaks intervention and the state of that good old special relationship i'm delighted to be joined by our chief political correspondent jim picard deputy opinion on green economics commentator martin wolf on wilda fast commentator gideon thank you all for joining and if you like this episode of ft politics don't forget to subscribe through the usual channels to receive it every sunday morning where to begin it's certainly a very long week in westminster things kicked off with a bang thanks to the surprise quitting of david davis brexit secretary he simply said he couldn't stomach the plummets vision for leaving the eu he was fifty the next day by bush john in the phone secretary who claimed at the brexit dream is dying a couple more junior ministers followed but the government's stumbled on it released its white paper outlined the check stretchy with lots of detail about his vision for the future relationship between the uk and the eu jim pecan that monday when dave seems quite a long time ago by one according now but he's worth afflicting the departure of two cabinet ministers plus load of aid was a big challenge theresa may and you know she's actually as ever got through the weekend as we often say on this podcast the prime minister's inherent weakness is actually her strength in this case exactly hasn't been a carnival of chaos even more than miester n last couple of years but i've been in the lobby for quite a long time i remember when lights of ministers resigned on the golden brown and yet if you determined to stand number ten and if there's no obvious fiber alternative it's fascinating how much blood you can wait through in the words of shakespeare macbeth the thing that's really struck me i thought all this week is this just no plan for anything no plan for changing brexit no plan for moving mrs may and no plan for forcing to change direction because the us skeptic mp's i've spoken to this week say it's not about mrs maes personality or her leisure it's about checkers we want change checkers and she drops that then she's fine but she doesn't she'll be but yet again has been still reload turn exciting the parliamentary arithmetic i think shifted the significance of davis bursts from resigning is that that would have really liberated tour year skeptics to oppose theresa may and for the first time and a longtime i felt that actually that could seriously apartment she still made because it's obvious where she can get a majority for her plan is definite office the majority from no dale and this little majority for staying in the ea this maturity reversing brexit so really really does feel like paralysis of the moment and oversee threes and made though those have plan the way i'd say at the moment is use a contemporary football analogies but like a semi final where we have these sort of anti eu taurean peace fighting one side and we have the business friendly pro you tore impeach fighting on the other side but there's still the final we have to get to which is whatever make them cobbled together from the smoking ashes checkers plan she asked to go negotiate it with brussels so really is going to be quite countered months ahead maranda degree what did you make of all the events this week because when we looked at the cheque is summit with you were hosting the podcast last week while i was away the prospect of resignations was on the horizon but don't think anyone really thought people will see going to quit simply because it would be such a stabilizing david in particular and threatened to quit i think six times before actually heading towards the exit door and bush johnson again had missed many paternity to leave on a point of principle and actually left innocent of dishonorable way because it looked as if he had no real choice but to leave and get in his resignation letter which i've heard mp's call petulant and selfindulgent whereas dave is genuinely seemed to say i fought for my vision of brexit it's not happening so i have to go well i think you're quite right to highlight that sort of psycho drama aspect of it and yet again you know the whole nation is playing out its fate through the personalities and internecine warfare of conservative party but i think on those resignations part of it was to do with the downing street while.
"david davis" Discussed on BBC Radio 4
"Moment but just before that you are in charge of this are you because clearly wasn't david davis is plan and he was your predecessors brexit secretary are you now in charge of pushing the three or is this about only robbins theresa may the prime minister is in charge of the negotiations i'll be deputising for my plan to speak to michelle bonnier later today and i'll be over in brussels shortly okay but is your intention to push this paper through it's not mine tension is the governments and i'm fully supporting it okay well let's talk about the detail but then you mentioned friction a straight and in the in the forward to the right to the white hippie you right that this would maintain friction as trade in goods between the uk and the eu through new free trade area a common rubicon goods and a combined customs territory are at the heart of that now michelle bagna has already made it clear that he does not see how they can be frictional trade outside the single market in the customs union so why is he wrong well what we're trying to do the city's reconcile the click government commitment and indeed the commitment of every conservative mp last election to come out to the customs union we might clear why because of launches a free trade and i mentioned at the same time we want to make sure we have free trade with the eu that has been the technical challenge check is agreed the principles that the cabinet that checkers and what we've gotten to white papers detailed proposals which michelle barnier hasn't seen yet but i'm hoping reassure all of those who've got concerns about this and of course for those that are either criticizing copying whatever else they need to come up with credible alternatives what we do we we understand the mvp and the aims and let's go to this point it's really the detail that matters right now so the common rulebook for example that in effect makes us a rule taker doesn't it no because they'll be consultation between both sides of every step of the way ultimately there's a parliamentary lock on this parliament translate translates the rules in to uk law and the truth is the reality is the vast majority of the kind of rules we talked about which relate to cross border trade in goods have stayed relatively staples different common the common rule book is set by the eu and we agree to it if we then decide we don't like some of it then yes our parliament can deviate from it but the common rule book to which we are signed up we are not part of setting those rules anymore that's true but as i said in terms of as those rules are formulated or any changes to those rules we've signed up them so far through the normal democratic process will have deepened enhanced dialogue and consultations who have a chance to infancy and ultimately palm has that lock so it's not real it's not right to say that we'll be rule taker in the sense of that's okay i mean norway's do you on that very that they spend all their time lobbying in brussels because they're not part of of setting the rules but let's talk about another aspect of that system how would they make trade deals possible once we signed up to that common rulebook with the eu what do we have to offer countries elsewhere in the world the ability to remove reduced tariffs on goods through the current external tariff we'd have full control of the tasks we set i don't see relation to services and some of those exciting high tech digital up changes the future we are full control foot but we don't because we're signed up to to the rubicon lose it's now on goods it's true to say where there will be issues at the border we will sign up to that but in terms and that's the rules and the regulations in relation to tariffs then we would have the food ability to remove drop provides as we see fit both the british national interest but also leveraging more about goods if we're in the process of of negotiating a free trade agreement with the united states for example and they're very interested in in in in the.
Harvey Weinstein pleads not guilty to new sex crime charges
"Brexit that threatened to tear apart prime minister theresa may's government office said in a statement that she accepted johnson's resignation would name a replacement soon it comes just hours after the resignation of david davis the government's top brexit official who said he could not support maize plan to maintain close trade and regulatory ties with the eu it's now less than nine months until britain leaves the block in march of next year the eu has one britain repeatedly that time is running out to seal a divorce steel harvey weinstein pleaded not guilty today to more sex crime charges meanwhile his third alleged victim plans to tell all in court but will the movie mogul take the stand in his own defense ap correspondent juliet walker reports attorney gloria allred who represents the third accuser says her client is prepared to testify against weinstein but doubts the movie moguls lawyer will make the same promise are you really willing to roll the dice and hope and pray that your client will be able to answer questions under oath not only about this alleged third victim but about other alleged victims the updated indictment alleges the movie mogul performed forcible sex act on the woman in two thousand six weinstein's lawyers say they have witnesses end emails proving any sexual encounters were consensual julie walker new york starbucks says it'll banned plastic straws from all of its stores around the world in less than two years because of the environmental threat they pose to starbucks will now become the largest food and beverage company operating globally to do so the coffee chains it's making available astrologists lid at eight thousand.
Google and Uber invest $335 million in Lime scooters
"Hi carol nine o'clock tonight wall street time isn't president trump announces his pick to succeed anthony kennedy on the us supreme court sources tell bloomberg appeals judge thomas hardiman is solidly in the mix also judges brad kavanagh amy coney barrett and raymond catholic bloomberg supreme court reporter greg stohr says whomever the president chooses is likely to be a reliable conservative both parties and especially the republicans have gotten very very good at picking the type of justice who will be reliable vote for them down the road we don't see as much shift these days bloomberg radio we'll have live coverage of president trump's announcement again it begins at nine o'clock wall street time the face of brexit is out boris johnson has resigned as prime minister theresa may's foreign secretary hours after brexit secretary david davis did the same may is standing firm though on her strategy for leaving the eu the proposal that will take back control of our borders our money and but do so do so in a way that protects jocks allows us to strike new trade deals through an independent trade policy and keep people safe and our union together in his resignation letter johnson accused may have raising the white flag of surrender into goshi with the eu at wimbledon raphael nee dow roger federer and serena williams advanced to the quarterfinals federer did it in straightsets one more those and he'll beat his own record winning streak at the all england club global news twenty four hours a day on air and at tick tock on twitter powered by more than twenty seven hundred journalists and analysts in more than one hundred twenty countries i'm nathan hager this is bloomberg thanks nathan now with our other top stories i'm emma chandra is teaming up with line to rent out scooters through in tap line service let's customers renske uses and then leave them on the sidewalk for the next person to pick up uber's investment is part of a three hundred and thirty five million dollar financing round alphabets venture arm is leading the deal which values the scooter business at one point one billion dollars details of the.
Prime Minister, China and Japan discussed on Bloomberg Daybreak
"From the opening of us trading let's get you up to date on the news you need to know at this hour stocks are rising around the world as we kick off a new trading week investors are setting aside concern about escalating tensions to focus instead on earning season later this week the shanghai composite index jumped two and a half percent the most since may of two thousand sixteen following seven straight weekly declines in the uk prime minister theresa may's government was thrown into crisis after brexit secretary david davis resigned in protest over her plans for a soft exit from the eu bloomberg's thomas penny reports from london until now most of my struggles lawmakers in a conservative party a post brexit and now she will have to fight hard to win the support those back to vote was from the block they have a long history of rebellion and we'll be reluctant to back down and may even known to challenge to may's leadership by the time donald trump arrives on thursday she could be funding for her job in london thomas penny bloomberg daybreak thanks thomas and the uk has announced this morning that it will replace davis with dominic robb as its new brexit secretary european central bank president mario draghi addresses the european parliament today and may shed light on the timing of a rate increase next year we hear from him at nine am wall street time in asia today shares xiaomi fell more than one percent in their hong kong debut an escalating trade war and uncertainty about about its valuation combined to dampen the chinese smartphone makers ipo nissan shares fell more than four percent the japanese automaker says it found quote misconduct and exhaust emissions and fuel economy measurement tests at its japan plants and china's car sales declined in june as the trade dispute with the us intensified retail sales of cars suv's and multipurpose vehicles fell three point seven percent last month it is now six thirty two on wall street that's time for your volatility index report and the vix fell on friday to close at thirteen thirty seven separately in today's extended morning trading vix is currently lower by.
U.K.'s senior official in charge of Brexit resigns
"News radio i'm mark mayfield president trump says he has four people on the short list possibly replace retiring us supreme court justice anthony kennedy speaking to reporters over the weekend trump said he still hadn't made his decision but said he couldn't go wrong with any of the four people he's reportedly deciding between trump said he'd finalize this decision by noon today senator dick durbin says it he and other democrats are concerned with president trump shortlist to fill the supreme court vacancy obviously each senator understands this as an historic decision it will decide the future of this court for generation or more and so i know the look carefully at each nominee on nbc's meet the press the illinois democrat said president trump was picking from a list pre cleared by an organization that ensures candidates can carry out a conservative agenda president trump is set to announce his pick for the supreme court tonight and i crews in thailand getting ready to continue rescuing the rest of a boy soccer team that's been trapped in a cave for over two weeks four boys were saved yesterday or mayfield nbc news radio senator john ernst says concerned about reducing the us troop presence in syria we need stability in that region and i would just caution the president as we move forward with any discussions with russia this comes after reports showed the trump administration is considering partnering with russia to combat iranian aggression in the area and exchange for withdrawing so of the two thousand troops currently stationed in that area on cbs is facing nation the iowa republican said she and other senator remained in opposition to many of the actions taken by the russian government the official leading the brexit talks between britain and the european union is resigning from the uk government amid cabinet tensions brexit secretary david davis's departure comes days after the cabinet backed british prime minister theresa may's brexit plan may's plan secure the cabinet support despite facing harsh criticism from brexit here's who said it was too soft a new survey shows nearly four in ten american workers have what's referred to as a side hustle second job most because they want to earn some extra money bank rates amanda dexin says their survey of over a thousand workers found nearly forty percent forced into a second job because of low pay from their first one thirty eight percent of people say that yes that's that's the case they they can't afford to cover their ordinary living expenses so they do need that extra source of income she says surprisingly the majority of these second jobs aren't with uber or lift but rather in landscaping home repair online sales or childcare nbc news correspondent chris clock i'm reporting a new study shows doctor burnout may lead to as many medical mistakes as an unsafe workplace a stanford university survey more.
Theresa May Faces Crisis Over Brexit After Key Ministers Quit
"Prime minister theresa may facing crisis after key members of the government quit over brexit she faces growing calls to rip up her today oh blueprint to keep the uk closely tied to the block after the divorce still opponents has stopped short of calling for her to go joined now live by simon french economists for penn manure gordon good morning and welcome i note that sterling is actually up almost half a percent this morning how do you read that good morning bob pleasure to join you look sterling has found a little bit this morning about four tenths of sense against the us dollar his relief to be honest amana and david davis the the person who resigned from the cabinet is no longer in charge of negotiations because he has advocated a bigger break between the uk and the european union tends to a beam that the pound has traded by stronger on news of a closer relationship and is weakened on news of a more differentiated relationships hayes resignation bullishness tally on friday may announce that she had secured the backing of her whole cabinet for this plan and she told ministers to either back it or resign and indeed some of is this another miscalculation on the part of the prime minister which it seems we've seen more than once during this brexit saga or was she trying to to push this sort of hardliner out it shouldn't have come as a surprise twenty watches of the the minister david davis resigned from government previously he is someone who never agreed really with the cabinet position that was agreed on friday and therefore he just used the weekend to consider options now the question is whether he will get other supporters who currently serving in the uk government to follow suit and most obviously the foreign secretary bars johnson he's under big pressure this morning to reveal whether he's also again to withdraw from the government or whether he's gonna stick the path suggestions that he is fighting his time thinking the theresa may baby fatally weakened and may want to launch say leadership campaign later on in the year are you concerned at all that she has been fatally weakened nook he's useful to the current government in so far as brexit is a very difficult thing to deliver an act somewhat of a human shield so strip aside the politics and the economic saw chee he proposed the purpose politically for for the conservative government will she survived beyond brexit no i think there's almost zero chance she will the timing her departure those very uncertain for people investing in uk assets and sterling no clearer this morning what the trajectory is brexit negotiations will be then they were on friday let me move you onto another sign that europe's largest economy may be picking up again german exports surged in may of our exporters shrugging off these trade war fears we've heard so much about yeah it's a good question because the data we got this morning was an surgeon german exports boosting the monthly surplus tight set to more than twenty billion euros now there is one man who will undoubtedly be looking at sakina and us the presidency united states who has been quite vocal on trade surplus countries and some of the
"Morning six tenths of a percent the footsie100 up a quarter of one percent the cac karen six tenths of a percent higher xetra dax up three tenths of a percent really this follows from strong session in asia asia pacific was up by one point two percent by the close at the chinese market hong kong market and the japanese market fooling pretty strongly in fact the chinese company shanghai compensate up by nearly two and a half percents by the end of the trading day we've got here in europe some of the mining still doing quite well rio tinto at one point three percents anti fa and cavs minerals up by more than two percent hp also percents say strengthen the copper price and strength in the mining sector seems to be one of the themes of this morning we'll the air franz komo by more than seven percent this morning david pulled you some traffic stats over the last few hours or say in other assets the dollar a little weak of this morning in fact that weakening trend for the dollar has gained momentum through the morning we down by two tenths of a percent on the other side the pound is high at the pound is high up by half a percent in european trade is little sluggish during the asian session on the back of the resignation of david davis the practice secretary we've yet to hear about who his replacement will be but at the moment it doesn't look like a leadership challenge each plant currently and therefore we see the pound continuing it said trajectory higher that we saw on friday so that's a quick look at the fx
"david davis" Discussed on talkRADIO
"To break the secretary david davis resigned lisa begona murdering query after mother three to nova butch last weekend has died in hospital and the next phase of mission to save the creepy young footballers trapped in a cave in tyler is set to resume today the weather another hot and sunny day in the south mainly dry but with a chance of your chat in the north and east the time is seven fifty this is the big story of the day to be willing formed with the times under sunday james jamie this morning andrea walker columnist at the new york observer and tom hamilton for research at the labor party obviously that breaking news just waking up lucky you waking up seven fifty david davis really jealous you davis the braves executory has resigned also of course a very sad news last night that don't sturgis forty four year olds being exposed to novacek has died of exposure to that nerve agent her partner charlie is trying to really sorry is still in intensive care murder hunt has been launched just some tweets coming in from your i'm asking you whether or not this is the beginning of the end for theresa may the loss of david davis as a brexit secretary malcolm says the change of leader will make a difference in the whole house of being complicit in the derailment of brexit since the nation voted for over two years ago malcolm i'm inclined to agree with you and he says with the shock resignation david davis and impending statement from post johnston in the morning looks at the world cup might not be the only thing coming home as foreign place behind it could be a brood of chickens ready to wrist and busby says he bought it because it was his jobs negotiated deal he failed now he's blaming trees obey pathetic and jean says they've started and it needs to be seen through the backbencher revolt would probably not have been enough that senior cabinet it could well be let me bring in andrea and tom do you believe that this is going to be the beginning of the end for theresa may trump was the beginning of the end was the day he started the job which always is chris her it's just a it's just a fact that you know you start with a lot of political capital anywhere out and she wore a lot more out more quickly than most people by calling elections and then and then losing a majority and but that's that's what's caused the problem that she's in now which is the isn't a majority in parliament for the of hard brexit that a lot of people breaks in that case there's majority in parliament brexit if that's the way you want to put it now that's you can there but the prime minister whoever whoever she or he is has to work with that fight and that's why she's been trying to negotiate with with our own party is what is with with your but at the same time she's got herself into a position where to us into negotiations we still don't have a starting point from the british oh my mind but what i find frustrating brexit you know you always well is it well it's your problem you w you said we had all the cards and now now look how badly it's gonna be represented by a remainder effectively in government who i think has basically the ear of all europeans the euro filed fully signed up europol civil servants have got to the prime minister and they are completely persuading it look this is for the good of the country got to stop this really happening i think she knows what she's doing and she's deliberately trying to she stopped breaks from happening because she's been persuaded by the cpi by all the people who told us it will be a disaster they're still that telling you it's going to be a disaster there's still ongoing orchestrated campaign to stop brexit happening but the damage to trust in democracy is going to be greater than anyone spheres whether right or wrong about the economy i think that's right i mean look this this was a survey published in the newspapers today admits the.
U.K.'s senior official in charge of Brexit resigns
"Bbc radio four john humphreys nick robinson and kathy clugston who has a summary of the news the brexit secretary david davis has resigned from the government in a letter to theresa may he sent her plan for the future relationship with the eu meant it looked less and less likely that the uk would leave the customs union and the single market mr davis said the proposals agreed by the cabinet checkers on friday would make control by parliament illusory and hand power over large swathes of the economy to brussels in response the prime minister said she did not agree with his characterization the junior brexit minister steve baker has also quit jacob reese mark who leads the european research group of brexit supporting tori mp's said the resignation should force mrs may to reconsider her approach a murder inquiry has been launched in wiltshire following the death of a woman exposed to a nerve agent don starches was forty four fell ill last weekend just a few from where the former russian agents had against paul and his daughter poisoned in march her partner who was also exposed to novi chalk remains in a critical condition rescue teams are thought to have resumed their attempts to bring out the nine remaining members of a youth football team trapped in a flooded cave in thailand four were brought to safety yesterday and are said to be in good health the group have been trapped deep underground for more than two weeks officials in japan say one hundred people are known to have died after days of torrential rain caused by flooding and landslides many others are still missing two million people have been ordered to evacuate homebuilders and england may have to include electric car charging points in their designs under proposals being put forward to reduce emissions from road traffic the government is launching a consultation which will also propose that charging points are fitted to new lamp posts and at new office blocks across the uk prince louis the youngest child of the duke and duchess of cambridge is to be christened today he'll be baptized at the chapel royal at saint james's palace the time is now twenty five to seven david davis has dropped a bomb shell and the howard her boss eleven lost ninety announced he'd resigned as brexit secretary norman smith is our assistant political editor and ob so it coming normal well it's certainly taken most of westminster by surprise but reading david davis's resignation letter you slightly wondering why he didn't go sooner because he lists a long line of things he's been unhappy about clearly for some time he accuses mrs may of as he puts it progressively diluting some of the brexit objectives around giving the uk the freedom to diverge he's unhappy at the sequencing of the talks discussing the divorce arrangements before the trade deal he's unhappy at the arrangements or northern ireland he's unhappy at the handling of the brexit white paper clearly he feels that's been taken out of his control but it's checkers which seems to have crystallized all his grievances in particular this idea of signing up to the eu rulebook which he says will make supposed control by parliament illusory and he appears to be questioning whether on the current trajectory it will be possible to deliver on the referendum and on the pledges to leave the customs union and a single market and he sounds a warning that having made those sort of concessions that are contained in checkers dangers is brussels simply asks for more and he says let me just quote you hear the general direction of policy will leave us in at best a week negotiating position and possibly an inescapable one now when you put all that together you're thinking cranky how did he stay in so long i mean the view from number ten is that it is primarily a difference of tactics i would suggest it looks a lot more profound than that but the reaction of tim i think is to hope that the sort of waters close over that this is if you like a forty eight hour hiatus and then life moves on certainly there's no sign that mrs may is going to rewrite checkers their view is that reality is now kicking in jobs businesses at risk we have to move quickly in these negotiations and this package though difficult to sell can be sold so there's no sign that mrs maes going to back off from the checkers deal unless of course others pile in what is boris johnson likely to do how's he going to.
Dale, Gareth Southgate and Nadal discussed on Gary King
"The wiltshire poisoning dies and what price garrett southgate is a late call up for royal godfather across the uk online and on radio on the our news headlines david davis since resigned is brexit secretary he says it looks less and less likely the prime minister will deliver on the promise to lead the customs union and single market former economic adviser to the government vicky pryce has been telling james onto radio could be a turbulent twenty four hours a serious blow anything catching the number of breaks tears to now come out and say they're going to vote against this plan which of course you know it's almost like divisive confidence which i thought was awesome the press whether i thought it would happen certainly not given the collective agreement of the fact that most of the conservative parties in favor of a very soft brexit anyway but now seems so changing don't sturgis who was exposed to a nerve agent in wiltshire has died in hospital police have launched a murdering quarry she fell ill as partners home in ames missiles bernal saturday he remains in critical condition divers in thailand of preparing to restart the high risk operation to rescue a group of footballers from a flooded cave system four of them have already been brought safety but eight dollars and their coach are still trapped it's been almost two weeks since their audio began rob sprays an experienced diver says it's an advantage that most of those trapped our children child doesn't have the ingrained is the randomness of all the obligations that nadal downs i've taken children's lives they enjoy the new experience take an adult's try dives and they can dwell on the downsides the problems the boss of asked has warning leaving the eu without dale could leave food rotting at the border roger bemis says anything disrupting stoppage food supply chains currently governed by european union customs arrangements would have significant consequences royal watchers we'll be gathering it's in james's palace later for the christening of prince louis we're awaiting news of who's been pictures godparents his expects to have five like a sister older brother george has seven as he's a future king david beckham is one hundred to one to get the nod is not the rank outsider you can get odds of a thousand to one on donald trump no odds currently listed though the gareth southgate radio national weather now the hot and sunny day in the south mainly dry with the chance at the shower it will be cooler in the north and the east this warehouse prices could be closer than you think we're opening new branches across.
Dr Sanjay Gupta, Official and Britain discussed on WAOK Programming
"Minutes under the threat of heavy rain and rising water underground divers are plotting their next moves in the rescue of eight remaining boys in their coach trapped in a cave and thailand medical correspondent dr sanjay gupta says with four boys being led to safety that in itself helps i think what they hear that the other four boys have been rescued successfully but i'll go a long way towards doing the spirits improving the spirits of the boys that are left behind the most senior official in charge of negotiating britain's exit from the european union has quit prime minister theresa may's government the bbc reports brexit secretary david davis resigned today fortyeight hours after may announced her divided government agreed on a plan for ties with the eu after the uk leaves next year at least ten people were killed and more than seventy injured when a passenger train derailed in northwestern turkey five of the train six cars left the tracks amid heavy rainfall i'm barbara kusak on the edens it's eighteen minutes from lake cook road to the junction sixteen outbound it's thirty nine minutes in on the kennedy from o'hare to downtown twenty four the other way from wolf wrote downtown on the twenty one minutes fifteen going back out on the stevenson singer at twenty one minutes from.
"david davis" Discussed on Coffee House Shots
"Certainly am been discussing conference foes she was doesn't do a senior tory grandee recently about how much you'd have to win such by and the answer came back just by one vote she said that she agreed in other words she's ready for one she's really to win by the narrowest of margins and still hang on because the undertow party rules if you do confidence votes and you can't do another one free year so a botched attempts to come after her now would ironically strengthen rather than weedon her because it means you would be secure from those who want to go on the departy for another year that's the way i do think you be attempted because the twenty five inches would needs to know but they would be able to take her out with this and i don't think they've anything like the numbers for that in the moments james we also read over the weekend that may have been lining up replacements can we expect an early appointment to the row we might not get a replacement what i think it's entirely possible but number tad might cheeses simply bring the brexit negotiations in house wrong and then attempting to put somebody else into that role i mean there was one one silver lining tonight which is in recent weeks various people who know brussels much better idea sesame but with enough resignation might help to resume i because it would show brussels she really wants stretching let's go elastic as far as it would go and that continues in knocking back her demands was openly going to bring her down and maybe the eu dealing with somebody but they'd rather not deal with so i think that that's looking to ones over lining number ten i can see but i think an twenty four hours on hugely in patrice my this is undoubtedly the biggest crisis shaves vice since she lost majority in the general election and she is now on the huge huge pressure and say that what does this mean for friday's cheka deal will as things stand i think that deal is pretty robust sure jacob mortgage saying she's got to revise it navigates david davis has gone but look at you hasn't called luca to is now backing her and mike who go andrea led some some of the most forceful loudest voices for exits are now backing her compromise and remains to be seen what johnson's going to be i mean we also read over the weekend the boris's allies are saying that he didn't quit because he's still fighting for good brexit deal as he can if he quit you wouldn't be able to argue for that brexit deal in government and that if you were to quit that would be a worse breaks in other words boorda's has made the strategic decision and i think that's why i think we're going to get that much of a kind of indiana against theresa may i think we'll get impress one of the resignation and that i don't think now is the time to go for it's also you would wait until theresa may putzer deal to the eu and then see what they do now if she does take the chequered steel to michelle barnea and he says okay as pretty well but i would like free movement as well and she agrees to that that is the point where you could expect mass resignations from a cabinet so because the negotiation isn't over yet i think other people like boris who may well resign are keeping that option open so they can continue to influence because once you're out you're out and you know more influence and fazer finally david davis has just released his resignation that what does it say and what does it mean he said he's fed up with the concessions and he thinks this was a concession to so far specifically he says he thoughts back in february that the agreed on the right to diverge in other words that after brexit bringing we'll be free to send its own various trading standards for his goods but right now under theresa may's new deal she wants to stay in the customs union for goods which means a week sent e you laws that was his personal red line and that the end of it he says well i can give you into range quotes here he says that i am it's it seems to me that the national interest requires a secretary of state but his enthusiastic believer in the approach a not merely reluctant conscript in other words he's saying that everybody knows he.
"david davis" Discussed on talkRADIO
"They think that the the pm told them literally to their face that there will be significant changes based on dominic greaves amendment and they'll expect that to be delivered they're talking about it as a matter of trust which don't thinks unreasonable when you've been holed into the prime minister's office an hour or so before crucial vote and if you don't rebel we will give you disconcerting we'll give you xyz but to be honest no one knows exactly what was said in that room from the people in their nor to the room full of levers that the prime minister of the chief whip spoke to afterwards to be honest i think all this actually happened in terms of outcome here and this is new in the brexit debate the cans been kicked down the road but this isn't a very long road this is more of a cul de sac ping pong as it's called where the legislation goes to in the commons and the lords and is back to those on monday monday which means you'd have to probably the governor after probably table amendments tomorrow or friday so we'll be clear the government will have to bring forward some sort of men and i think anybody is disputing that who doesn't satisfy we'll tell us everything we need to know about one university we had david davis the brexit secretary last week or so threatening to resign apparently or the word out that that was an option and then not going because he felt he'd won a concession regarding dates and and what would be done not believe in terms of the negotiations and i have to say i looked at what apparently because wasn't didn't look like much of a concession to me theresa may seems to be talking a lot of talk but fundamentally james even as a firm remain support and you'd like a second referendum you wish we hadn't voted that way you'd love to have a second referendum to undo the brexit vote fundamentally how how how countries may continue any log even days without upsetting was at some point they've was there she's going to actually have to pick aside i think there's a there's a lot of mary in that i think the government as a whole not just theresa may just haven't been up front with people in their own party or indeed the public at large about some of the choices here we.
"david davis" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM
"Launched today by the group best for britain backed by billionaire george soros it's director l louise todd says the uk has influence within the eu and shouldn't give that up once we see the deal let's compare it to what we have and frankly made the best deal win but many people have grown weary of the whole debate and are ready for britain to leave the group strategy is to recruit lawmakers to support an amendment for a second referendum and to engage the public as well todd acknowledges it will be enough hill battle i think that a lot of the conversation about brexit in normal life in the kitchens and living rooms of the country have stopped because people don't like to raise the issue is family members and friends that might disagree with them and so i think there's a really big job of work to do that indeed polls show people's attitudes are generally fixed those who voted to leave the eu two years ago are still levers and remainders haven't changed their minds either adam mcdonnell is a research manager at uk pollster yougov it's a real divider in british politics on in society in general and so i think people over time they're not changing their views that these are actually getting stronger steve bray from south wales is what some people call a remain eac he's been protesting outside parliament since september he wears a top hat adorned with the stars of the european union and waits for lawmakers to pass by in their cars so i know that the jaguars i know that bmw's he keeps it canine david davis the brexit secretary let's say david davis were to drive by right now what would you do.
"david davis" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM
"Campaign launched today by the group best for britain backed by billionaire george soros it's director l louise todd says the uk has influence within the eu and shouldn't give that up once we see the deal let's compare it to what we have and frankly made the best deal win but many people have grown weary of the whole debate and are ready for britain to leave the group strategy is to recruit lawmakers to support an amendment for a second referendum and to engage the public as well todd acknowledges it will be enough hill battle i think a lot of the conversation about brexit in normal life in the kitchens and living rooms of the country have stopped because people don't like to raise the issue with family members and friends that might disagree with them and so i think there's a really big job of work to do that indeed polls show people's attitudes are generally fixed those who voted to leave the eu two years ago are still levers and remainders haven't changed their minds either atom mcdonnell is a research manager at uk pollster yougov it's a real divider in british politics on in society in general and so i think people over time they're not changing that views that views are actually getting stronger steve bray from south wales is what some people call a romania he's been protesting outside parliament since september he wears a top hat adorned with the stars of the european union and waits for lawmakers to pass by in their cars so i know that jaguars bmw's he keeps it keanae david davis the brexit secretary let's say david davis word to drive by right now what would you do are you having a by the office.
"david davis" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York
"The age of seventy seven his spokesman says he'd been battling cancer but wanted to keep his illness private he passed away early this morning news twenty four hours a day on air and not take talk on twitter powered by more than twenty seven hundred journalists and analysts in more than one hundred twenty countries i'm markus karlsson this is bloomberg guy britain and the prime minister is set to face a major cabinet rebellion over yes you guessed it brexit bloomberg has been told that brexit secretary david davis is furious over theresa may's plan to keep the uk in a customs union customs union rules for an open ended period after the country leaves the block she argues is necessary to break the deadlock on talks for more on brexit we're joined now by the former secretary of state for northern ireland and leader in the house of commons peter hain who is now a member of the house of lords good morning and let me just begin with this idea that we have a breakdown of communications between the the brexit secretary david davis and theresa may this doesn't appear to be anything radically new why are we reaching a critical point do you think i thought the we always would reach something like this not necessarily a split within the government but the fundamental faultline in the government's brexit strategy is all has always been over the northern ireland border you cannot have an open friction list to use the phrase border as it is now where it's invisible when other people can pass freely across it sometimes not even knowing which side of the payroll and communities can straddle it some farmers can straddle it's and goods and services can go across it unimpeded it would be it's always been impossible to continue that and keep the good friday agreement and the peace process and all that side of the politics of you know turning its back on the horror of northern ireland's violence and terror it's always been impossible to keep the.
Benedict Cumberbatch to play Dominic Cummings in Brexit drama
"Anyway so long story short being i think this poll in northern ireland is positive news for remaining finally a little light relief reclusive actor benedict cumberbatch is going to play vote leave campaign director dominic cummings in a new channel four drummer about the referendum the film is based on brexit books by sunday times political editor tim shipman an ex downing street director of communications craig oliver it'll go out early next year being portrayed by the world famous heartthrob known for playing sherlock holmes doctor strange patrick melrose allen cheering and teenage pinup julian assange has to be imported a win for dominic cummings zone good looks on orthodox but at least it gives us the chance to see one version of him in the flesh given the cummings as a fuse to appear before the digital culture media and sport committee income is has the reputation of being the brains behind vaguely what was you're not going to cause cumberbatch unless you're gonna you know hindi around him and that's definitely harry appeared in the book is this kind of mastermind has that reputation held up yes the thing is that what westminster in the westminster bubble thinks of as being smart is not what i would consider a smart it's basically your of a small alec you've got sort of gumption a little bit short spur i never could never say that so you're right which is which is the coacher dances is soon gonna trouble which are the kind of coach within the gets us into david davis territory which is sort of like oh haven't revised my exams but fuck them so small smart i'll just go in there and wing though thing that when you look at the loss cummings identity was the last time as you're coming.
"david davis" Discussed on Monocle 24: The Globalist
"Very much so amongst that in a senior uh commentators but he's got to quite sort of sanggau enormous that have relaxed piece today take more relaxed tone anyway and saying that some britain britain could be the new canada in relation to the eu um he points out that the irish border question won't be resolved and that will involve substantial costs but generally the turn of his piece suggests that the raw opportunities here will he doesn't same what i would like to know is what happens to david davis the eu this or the brexit minister's suggestion of canada plus plus plus recent of lost the plus plus plus yes what whatever that meant annual anyway but of course he also includes a quote for david davis in this piece aimed us you know he agrees of may you post brexit britain won't be ahmad maxstyle of distorted pia and i am against this this piece really paints a picture of that that the in amman load that must be going on in the minds of many at remain areas of at whether they should focus on reversing breakfast or seeking to get the you know the the most the softest possible breakfast yeah and the the paper like a number of the other papers has set recovery jolson elsewhere all fun new campaigns that will be following up even a new political policy that she will seek to reserve re either if not reverse breaks at least gave her very soft option but some yet eight it's interesting as i say that i think what's interesting his unita sort of model you need something you can relate to dent you and if the canada model is why we going then i think people who can at least get a sense of of what our relationship might be some brooke thank you very much for.
"david davis" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York
"Of view at is less money that can be allocated towards that cyclical uptick in consumer spending of which uk gdp is so contingent yet now that's looking at a domestic factor of course all central banks have to look globally as well you were talking earlier about the front end of the curve in the uk versus the us driving sterling so is there an idea then that the beer we even if it wants to g one and done might get dragged along by other central banks like the fed perhaps not so much i mean again that's a really good question because uk in the bank of england up price take his in astra money markets and if the fed and indeed we must also look at these sea base start to be more hawkish because of their cyclical upturns which are much more pronounced at the moment that in the uk then the uk cannot necessarily sit tight because of the fact that sterling weakness would generate that transitory inflation which the bank of england would feel uncomfortable looking through so would always be forced against domestic contrasts to raise interest rates i don't think we're there yet but i think it's something certainly to watch and psuaisia as the economists were the uk focused have to look globally to understand the the next policy moves from the bank of england some of you who oh you'll finger on the pulse of uk politics we are hearing these sounds of concessions essentially over the brexit bill coming out of the uk government do you see more clarity ahead when it comes to the whole breaks that story from now on i think it's very difficult to see carritti of the type 2 you're looking forward for businesses to to look for and by that rabin what is the trading relationship regarding tariffs the customs relationship the regulatory arrangement the history of european union politics either with you kale with indeed with third party countries this goes right down to the wire not as david davis said to select committee yesterday and nothing is agreed until everything is agreed sir doesn't lend itself to shortterm clarity my concern and again from a uk economy standpoint is investment business investment requires that clarity over the the horizon through to march 2019 and i fear it won't get its until well into the second half of.
"david davis" Discussed on BBC Radio 4
"To the brexit secretary david davis the groups warned that time is running out here's our political correspondent ben right right the draft private lettered says that companies are poised to make serious decisions about investments they want the transition period of at least two years to match as closely as possible current trading arrangements with the eu theresa may has publicly sat out her hopes for a timelimited transition deal of around two years with the uk and the eu trading are very similar terms to now a government spokesman said tangible progress was being made and pointed out the remaining twenty seven eu leaders had agreed to begin discussions among themselves about the terms of a transition from today hospitals in england will have to charge up front for nonemergency treatment received by foreign patients if they haven't lived at least six months in the uk the move follows criticism by the national audit office which said the government had fallen one hundred fifty million pounds short of its annual target for recovering health costs from overseas patients the bma says hospital trust may struggle with the extra administrative burden patients are being urged to play their part in the fight against drug resistant superbugs and you campaign says more people should be told to go home and rest rather than be given unnecessary antibiotics it's thought five thousand people die in england every year because antibiotics no longer work for some infections nia woodforde is from public health england marla looks for resistance to the most powerful antibiotics we currently have if we go back to two thousand five we we're seeing these bacteria in maybe 234 cases per year last year we confirms these resistant bacteria in over 2000 cases two wealthy regions.
"david davis" Discussed on talkRADIO
"So we have a cool weather prime minister for clear and urgent imperative need to move on with the eu choke trump page of the times newspaper this morning says the david davis the brexit minister is drawing up plans for no deal solution so exit from the eu however the front page of the daily telegraph with a fascinating photograph has this headline give me a deal to defend may improve eu and i've seen the footage which this photograph was taken and involves is kind of old theresa may angela merkel emmanuel macron the french president a kind of walking towards the camera macroom brings up his left hand to coverage mouth as he says something so tissues teacher theresa may anger la who's listening and that's exactly the same thing they've got the man on the front of the telegraph i wonder what is going on and i wonder whether we are any near which are moving forward it onto trade chokes thoughts nab old director of the bruges group which spearheaded the intellectual battle to win a vote to leave the european union good morning robert good morning do you think anything that came out yesterday or any of the people who spoke outside the immediate inner circle of eu leaders have given you any reason to think with any coach the moving onto trade jokes no it by any objective measure read negotiations all not going very well so we are not even mood and on the trade talks was under the role of article fifty allen negotiation dement state is no reason why traders shouldn't be talked about now by european stop elite using can do for refusing to party in discussions on trade just keeping on pressuring angry.
"david davis" Discussed on talkRADIO
"The word took that cost you just twenty four people should wish any charge but a pools better only be hanging out three four four former annoyed 1000 we haven't spoken about brexit specifically for a couple of weeks now coming out jewish pasqua watchers grabs his verdict on the the latest backing chilean throwing back in full thing within the government and whether or not flip hamidi's the right person going forward to lead us through these negotiations unless the other thing that occur to me last night listening to the the talk about what's happening on the back benches of the tory party the other i must you have we spread ourselves too thinly we've got three prone jim way of course you what the trump allow worried he too was worried about the economy we've got the foreign minister involved in negotiations countries we've also got the brexit minister david davis is that tactically do you think for the uk a mistake would it not be better off to may be have just the chancellor handling the brexit negotiations or make david davies the chancellor or to abolish the keep his breakout make it very clear the economy's guarded him warmly the chancellor sch picture the budget minister and maybe should just be that double whammy not three people who sticking their beacon because let's face it as a soldier busted fresh prime minister theresa may cannot keep our troops in line what are you think on this one three four four four nine nine one thousand i mentioned as the front page story different takes of the telegraph of the times before all the end of the daily now front page of the daily mirror ongoing folder about the holly weinstein scandal movie boss prado me when i was a school go says kate beckoned selves though pearl harbor many other films of quote from page of the guardian pakistan right freeze family held captive for five years an absolutely astonishing story about the phony liberated nearly five years to the day after the capture by militants linked to the taliban it was a pakistani army raid that freed them from the.
"david davis" Discussed on talkRADIO
"The most powerful atlantic hurricane ever recorded has killed at least six people as a switch across the caribbean officials say hurricane erma was called unprecedented damage the arlanda butha there's definitely nine hundred thousand people in puerto rico without power facebook says an operation filthy based in russia spend around seventy seven thousand pounds on hundreds of divorcees adverts before the lows us election topics including immigration rice guy watch but they did not express support for any particular candidate and brexit secretary david davis was issued a plea to mps of all parties to work within to live with the government's flagship brexit legislation those you headlines here with the latest 647 welcome back good morning is definitely an umbrella j again we got rain spreading eastwards across northern ireland scotland and northern england today we'll be particularly heavy and over the western hills we think elsewhere brighter skies at times but also lots of scattered showers around and it will set becoming windy especially in the south and west say breeze picking out with a high state just nineteen decrease the risk definitely kind of a cooler feel in the ass shut knee win the scudetto because they said they before the shower started down self reach for something could win the fear and honey that change in the seasons and tomorrow got this rain continuing to sweep across the south of england say clearing to the east by the end of the day brice bellsouth elsewhere still quite a lot of these birth stray showers which books hence sundry in places as well so pretty much every kind of whether you could once in the next couple of days four seasons in one day and added house i just an update some hurricane she's currently over the taxing k kansai islands and we think she'll hit the bahamas by this evening okay well happy birthday by less today's you'll birthday today have who's being thursday the seventh of september you show is onetwothreefour chevy's greats including to know the name judy cavanaugh rachel from the simpson absolutely what the voice of march.
"david davis" Discussed on BBC Radio 4
"Jacob reesmogg wondered if the uk had made this point to michel barnier the sri willie expert alert he realized that groceries or follow your tomorrow it's ridiculous david davis said he had made that point in a jocular sort of way and apparently mr barnier had indeed loft but a number of mps including the lib dem tome break was worried that british ministers hadn't been very diplomatic for example the remark following the latest talks made by the traits secretary liam fox petrol references to the eu blackmailing uk does help on the go shaking stocks in fact they increase the risk of the uk crashing out in the european union david davis told mps he chose his own words and that he was always amiable despite that prickly press conference with monsieur barnier that followed the latest talks so one conservative wanted to be sure servicemen's way all negotiations any more convivial that the press conferences that follow which only serve as a powerful corrective to any illusion we might possibly have room main part of that is david davis said his meetings were all was convivial just as well in addition to his talks with the eu he embarks tomorrow on stage one of what could be weeks or months of gloom linked parliamentary warfare on the crucial eu withdrawal bill which extracts the uk from the eu and its laws and can verts them into domestic law instead susan hume reporting you can have more of course for them parliament to topple state hormone wave and digital it's now tend to seven two cutting the green crap the phrase was attributed to david cameron the he denied saying it his government drastically reduced energy efficiency programmes in order minister to set to save people money on their bills but a major reports out.