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"david leakey" Discussed on Coffee House Shots
"Hello and welcome to coffee. House shots spectators. Daily politics focused on K.. Tables and this is a Sunday roundup. The former Speaker Speaker John Burqa is at the center of attention once again this afternoon. He appeared in Radio News Broadcasting House where host Paddy O'CONNELL asked if there was a conspiracy to stop him obtaining a seat in the house fluids after the government refused to nominate him for a peerage. Do you think there's a conspiracy to stop Berko going to to the other place too. So yes there's no doubt about that. That's absolutely blindingly obvious. is appointing fatty so obvious that they knew an extraordinarily clever and sophisticated. person could fail to grasp. So it's over for the Lord's for you. I didn't say that you ask me whether there was a concerted campaign whether there was a conspiracy whether it was an organized effort and I said it is blindingly obvious that eighty so as to what the outcome will be. Well we will have to see. There's no entitlement to go to the upper house every speaker couple of hundred years has been invited to do so the there's no entitlement. We'll have to see what happens. The Labor deputy dealership candidate doomed Butler defended burgers right to receive a peerage to save enrich. The row comes amid amid allegations. That burke abilities stuff something that Berko denies now. He's been accused of bullying staff members including by the form. Black Broad David Leakey who said he brutalized people. Who worked for him important to say? 'cause Tom Becka denies these allegations. Now there are reports that Jeremy Corbyn is nominating him for peerage Orig- do you think John Beco- should be given a payment. I think it is the norm that the speaker of the house is always given a peerage. I think the first first question for me is why. Hasn't he been given period. These allegations from the Conservatives will they haven't said that's the reason why they haven't given him a peerage and I would. I'd like to know why is the reason why he wasn't given periods. I suspect is actually to do with brexit rather than anything else the other thing is due process has to happen open so if you use somebody at bullying there needs to be due process. I'm a trade union activists. I am very I'm very forceful in terms of making sure that due process is followed so if John Burke has been accused of bullying then there needs to be processed and has been found guilty or was it just an accusation. And I think those are the things that we I have to go through but really do need to conservative. Why is it that you have? You haven't like everybody else's show that the speaker of the house is given a peerage. Okay otherwise I think that's a form of pudding too. However the Housing Secretary Robert Jan was far less? Flattering about his parliamentary colleague. I haven't seen the the list at the prime minister or indeed any be putting forward for peerages but personally I wouldn't offer John Berko a period. I think you've seen some very serious allegations of bullying and harassment from senior credible people including a left tenant general. Who worked with him? These are important. Turn things that need to be investigated before any decision like that's taken and in my own experience. Parliament is a better place without John Berko and long way that continue okay better place without John Burke important of course say that John Buck denies these allegations that investigation has of course been completed. And but what do you make a dawn butler. Specific comments saying that if a concept party is effectively bullying John Berkeley by not offering herridge on the grounds of Frank said. I don't agree with that. It's the prime minister chooses individuals who could sit in the House of Lords as Conservative peers. There's no obligation Gatien on the prime minister to make John Berko a member of the House of Lords. John Berko never believed in convention himself when he was speaker. He explicitly said that he didn't think conventions needed to be abided by. He said that if you do that nothing ever changes. So there's no obligation on the Prime Minister Convention. That speakers are elevates the house floors. We'll John Burqa. It was the first person to break conventions. I think what's important here is that there should be a high bar on anybody who ends up in the House of laws indeed in the House of Commons and the allegations against John Berko need now to be investigated and of course lots of his conduct is there for all the world to see because it was done. Sitting in the speaker's chair In the House of Commons Law Sunday. Sudesh Amman a former prisoner. who had been released Hoffy? His sentence carried a knife attack. unstretched him high-street and you are awesome. Awesome Justice Secretary wrote Buckland about proposed change in the law which toughened up early release flows convicted of terror related offenses. How quickly do you need? The the Laura B. Changed. When is the deadline? Well it would be tempting to talk about individual cases but I'll put it simply. We need the change in the law to happen this month. I want to make sure that we can get the bill that he's going to be introduced into the Commons next week through both houses so that we can get it onto the statute book later this month. Coming out this month next month yes we list and therefore I want to make sure that we can move as quickly accuse puzzled about fifty people that you're worried about. It's about fifty people who are subject to the automatic release provision. Yes the former House secretary. Jeremy Hunt his just being elected a new chairman of the House. That committee told rich a change. He wants to see. NHS But we have about four babies dying every single week across the H. S. and this is by the way not something that's unique to the NHL. This is something that's the case in healthcare systems across the world and and these are awful awful tragedies anyone can think of something that would be more traumatic. I've got three young children myself and is literally the worst thing that anyone can go through to see their own child di- but the truth is that what we've never properly cracked is how we learn from those mistakes. It's how we make sure that when those terrible things go wrong. What tends to happen at the moment? His people are worried about lawyers. They're worried about getting sacked. They're worried about the reputation of their hospital and they unit and these incredibly ethical doctors and nurses who want to do nothing more than be completely open. I'm transparent about what's happened. And if they made a mistake say so and make sure the lessons learned find. The system makes it absolutely impossible for them to do that. It can be done then we need to well. We need to change the culture. So that the moment in most professions your profession my profession fashion. Our bosses understand that. Sometimes we make mistakes and you make a very serious mistake. Will you might lose your job. If you a reckless Completely idiotic then of course you lose your job but if it was just the kind of ordinary human mistake that that we all make then you understand that something happens. This was all and we learn from it in mets and we don't really have that clear division because when someone dies it such a big deal and so sometimes even the ordinary human mistakes get elevated into something where someone has to lose their job and if that happens then of course people aren't going to be open about the mistakes and Metson it's an Israeli the only profession where the price of something going badly wrong is is often sadly you have these tragedies and that's what we have to change one of Labour's deputy leadership the ship candidates Richard. Bergen has cooled for Labor to change. It's constitution so that party members will be given a say over whether you can conduct military action overseas. He's his opponent Ziauddin. Khan told me that she thought this was a bad idea. We made some unforgivable mistakes. And I personally marched against going into war in Iraq but having been on the front lines still being a humanitarian aid. Doctor there are people whose lives depend on split-second decisions taken can as a result of access to highly intelligent information that is not public dissemination. It is not appropriate for people to have to wait for that to be a member's ballot and and finally the Chinese Ambassador to the Cages Fantozzi the company which will soon play a key part in the transition to five G. Hallway is a private company company. Nothing to do with the Chinese government The the only problem we have is the are a Chinese company and That's the problem You you know. China is a more open as we get back to original argument. Since the reform opening up China has run a market market oriented economy. One third of China's economy is a private owned the other thirty four in and John Onto Muncher so he's independent company and they are the leader in the in this area and I think the reason. Why the PRI? The Prime Minister decided decided to keep wabe is he has a very ambitious plan for your K- in the he want to have a five cover. UK By twenty twenty five employees can do but but the price he paid for. That was the incandescent anger of Donald Trump. How do you respond when you heard that? Donald Trump had absolutely blasted Boris Johnson. Will you please the team to your side of the fence. I will leave. Prime Minister to Deal with President Trump I think I always say you'll cake. Britain can only be great one. Eight has its own independent foreign policy. So I do hope that prime minister was stay with his decision because I think is in the interest of UK is in also in the interest of corporation important thing is is interest to maintaining the.
"david leakey" Discussed on LBC Election 2019
"Was hoping that she would come into our with me at some point but she says you come and do an hour now if all the other candidates there as well but she doesn't want she's done she's either done or is about to do an hour James Kids agree to do with me Lisa hasn't yet and emily was going to but it's gone remarkably silent. I don't need that to be fat to her. Her only objective is to get constituency instances penalties and a paving program. Is that going to help that. Probably not I'm. I'm genuinely surprised at how Emily's had such a tough time. Did you see the Tory party political broadcast this week. See I was thinking to myself which of the four Labor candidates could have actually carried off in the way that bursted did with guy and I came to the conclusion actually. Emily could've done but the other three probably couldn't that's really interesting. I thought was a really good ad for and kind of should send an absolute shivered. Spine of the Labor Party is waiting for the exposes actor. Now I don't think he lacks that cowboy a bit much. It's like where's the weapon. You're right but it kind of did fit in didn't it didn't look by. I know what you mean the whole music when I will allow change out of a goal for Brown just like I do actually think Lisa Nandy would be good not situation. I would probably be a bit awkward. I think probably Rebecca do Lisa. Nandy would be pretty good in that situation but what oh I thought was interesting in that advert. Was this freeze. You said it was about lending your I think I was powerful freeze. I was very smart. Freeze whoever wrote that for Boris Johnson. Because it comes across as not being arrogant it's not like they're claiming possession of these people's little absolutely they are talking about. Let's onto the reshuffle briefly. Tell me which remits tres. You have been impressed by. No this'll be a short conversation but we we all know who we rate in each of the different parties who do you think has actually proved themselves in their jobs so far and then there was silence. Well I'm genuine not saying this to be partisan because I tried to be as objective as I can. I do not think this is a cabinet. which is a normal cabinet and I think people are not really allowed to or able to shape their own department or be their impassioned person because everything's been dominated by breaks it so so far has been very very tight messaging on brexit dominic? Cummings has really ruled the roost priest in a pretty aggressive but effective. We saw anything any of them have been allowed to shine. None of them have live in in my view off agree with that in the they've goes for very small group of cabinet ministers that they put on the media. There's only four or five of them. Robot generate Richie. Sue Do not Brandon Lewis who else. That's about isn't it. Think about it. I mean Brandon. I think he was on. The first. More of the year is has always done question time. That's all over the suspect that those three are probably going to well. I mean brandon is a minister attending the camera high. They get rid of all of these ministers attending the cabin and just have a cabinet of twenty two twenty three. But I think he'll probably get promotion. And Richie soon knock. He's another one. He's attending he. Will I think it's a big department. Maybe business I'd probably would have thought he would stay where he is actually. He's he's made a bit of an impact yet. Woman problem hasn't ain't because all of the articles that you read are speculating that he wants to get rid of all women now. He's you're not going to do that. You just couldn't but there isn't a whole Phalanx of women. Ministers state level is caroline dying edge. Lucy Fraser those are the only to administer the state level. You think well yeah. They could go into the cabinet. There's a there's a other female junior ministers but none of them you can't think yet they would definitely be really good cabinet ministers. They probably need to minister state a difficult job to prove themselves. So there's a real dilemma for him that I was obstinately. And I think the optic we'll be terrible am am too to just junk. All the women ticky some of the women who've been pretty loyal to him on all the brexit stuff and did a lot of the heavy lifting. Look you know I knew. Fan of and Andrea. Let's however version of the media and I think she's got she's quite determinant. She's a survivor. That's a big thing. Think about Andrew. Why was just about to say I mean I'm not a fan of politics and all that comes thing? Yeah I would. I would agree with you and actually. She's been pretty impressive in parliament behind the scenes. She's done in a lot of stuff on the anti-bullying stuff. She really took on John Barracuda on the bullying stuff and she worked cross party with other women like Harriet. Harman Jo Swinson to introduce proxy voting in for for new female. MP's that had just had children. So I actually think she so I think it would be real shame to sort of just get rid of of somebody like her but I think the problem is bigger and it's more existential. I think the big test for this government is can it move from being very effective slow campaigning. Being sort of slogan machine. Get brexit done lenders. You've all that kind of thing to the very difficult very boring. Very sexy rule of delivering government policy and I was a civil servant for a long time before it was a special advisor in government. And actually you need a lot of people who are very effective boring middle managers to get things done in government. Have they got those people and will they allow those people to do those jobs. And we'll lose people have the ability because it's very easy particularly in politics right now to meet greet you know headlines by just saying outlandish things very polarized things. That's the easy bit of politics. The difficult cool stuff is delivering. I'm going to be fascinated to see. Is this budget because this budget is going to be so fascinating it. This is a party at the height of its powers eighteen majority. I don't think it will make up at the next election but probably likely to sort of go down height of pirates. Big Budget money where your mouth is time are. Are they going to you know really deliver and already. You're seeing a saw something this week about. Hi Sasha Javid is at war with Dominic Cummings. He's being called China's and chancellor in name only because there's such tensions so this is going to be the big test the fun bit in a way the fireworks are over you've won. They did brilliantly fairplay apply to them. Can they actually delivering. I agree with you on the budget. I think it's absolutely crucial that. This budget really sets the path for the next five years is such avid vit- radical Actually no evidence of him in previous jobs paying particular radically often talks a good game. But there's not much legacy when he moves onto another job and I think that's where some senior Tory those talking to you before he was appointed said he would be the worst appointment because he won't he hasn't gone. He's very conservative with a small. See and what you need now for. After brexit is a charter that will do some radical things. Yeah I completely i. I think we're going to learn a lot more. Oh from this budget than we normally would from a budget on one of the things I'm particularly interested in in tracking is the I think one of the reasons that the toys did variable other than breaks it but a message percentile that look the spending taps back on guys. We're really going to flood the north big infrastructure projects Blah Blah Blah. Now in the last couple of weeks you've seen messages coming out from the Treasury inside Javed's team saying well hang on a minute. Actually we may well be asking departments for carts now. That sounds a lot like authority to me. So you can't really have it. Both ways is a very interesting pace. I can't remember sort of somebody listed if you canceled. H as to how you could spend the money on all sorts of different infrastructure things in the north and the Midlands and and there are a whole load of them that would cost like eighty million one hundred million one hundred and fifty million. And you think that's what you need to be whether you ditch it just to not those are the things that people will notice difference in their local environments. And that's what they've got to do in five years time. They've got to be able to say to the voters of Bolton. Well this is what we've done in your ear to the voices of Halifax this is what we've done here. And those kind of infrastructure bonds they need infrastructure projects. They need to be started now so say five years time there are at least underway if not finished so that will be interesting stuff. A quick word about Diane Abbott and Johm Berko and the the Black Rod off of I interviewed the former black road last night. David Leakey who is shall we say he's got his dander up about Burqa Coke quite rightly in my view but Dina Abbott's tweet yesterday. She presumably saw what she then deleted. Effectively say that she didn't really believe David Lee because he was a genuine. How could a general possibly intimidates now thinking? I can't believe a black female lieber. MP could write something so crass when effectively effectively she say well. The victim shouldn't be believed. I was really flabbergasted by that because I thought that Diane would have a lot more empathy given the fact that she is one of the most bullied people on these shores. But also I've known Diane for a long time. I'm good friends with a dime but she's often been bean surprisingly sensitive and sympathetic to toxic masculinity. She worked with her when she was in. Alabama's front bench. She did a lot of work by a lot of the troubles. That boys and men have. She talked a lot about the need for focusing on them as well as women. You know all this kind of stuff so it just seemed extraordinary ornery and actually the other thing that we can have rammed whom to me. I listened a wee bit to Tom. Swore Bake who's sitting Eddie Mayor yesterday and he had a food in with a lot of 'em servicemen ringing in talking about the bullying they had experienced and the idea that you cannot be bullied because you have been a service matter ridiculous argument argument. I think she made a huge gaffe. She deleted the tweet but it was I. I don't know possess there it was. I don't understand listen cards on the table. I like John Becker. I've known John Becker for longtime that does not mean. I don't believe that the his victims. Why can't quite believe is why I had Jeremy Corbyn going to all this trouble? When Jeremy Corbyn is against the House of Lords there were tons of great labor? MP's lost their seats. Because of Jeremy Corbyn why is he losing all this tiny bit political capital. He's got let go. He doesn't have any on this matter. Bid To put John Back into the House of Lords. I don't understand it today. Minds though is just David Leakey alleging these things you could kind of understand people said well. That's one allegation. We've got to set against his everything else. He's done his great reforming speaker. And all that. But it's not just David Leakey. It is a multitude of people. All the people have been on Newsnight roy talking about Richard Rodgers Lewis Vein. I mean here is. Nobody's fool to my mind. I don't think he's it it. It should be ruled out that he should go to the hassles. But you've got to have this inquiry I and if he cleared then fine but it would be ridiculous for until you put it in the House of Lords bring the whole system into total disrepute even further to repeat it. I mean I I I cannot for the life of me understand but then are look who else leave. A party's nominating carry Murphy. Who is again you steeped in tons of pretty terrible? Bullying allegations along with a lot of bad behavior on the whole antisemitism thing thing so again I just feel the Labor Party has so lost. Its way on something that used to be so evidently Germain you. We are the party that always said look thank. You must listen to the victim..
"david leakey" Discussed on Remainiacs - the Brexit Podcast
"Odds. In the in the book you address on kind of rebut allegations of bullying a couple of years ago as he loses resurfaced with with with the David Leakey What where do you think these are coming from white? Why do these allegations sort of keep coming up sometime after the fact act and and what are we what are we to make of them in relation to his Lee this disappear edge is she? Why do they keep coming up at short answer is is that the was a sprinkling of people in the house who very very accustomed not only having their say but to having their way and who took umbrage as a speaker saying no now? We're going to do it differently. Now for the most part and this is the subject for quite a full discussion another orange essentially so. I'm really trying to summarize it. But for the most part they were people who'd worked in the house or in another another career of Arava structured kind for a very long time so they were people that I would describe as institutionalized and they were very a traditional and in some cases frankly plainly reactionary and accustomed to having their way because that was the natural order of things and into having their approach adopted and they didn't like it being challenged and partly as a result of having pap serve for very long period. They'd come to be very comfortable with existing arrangements on which they found it difficult to imagine improving and I came along and wanted to do things differently differently and I explained in the book at least in relation to one of the individuals that we just differed on issue after issue after issue. We tried to make it work. We worked together together. This was somebody that I inherited. I hadn't appointed time and time again. I would say I want to do X.. On this person say Mr Speaker. Not Dumb like that or alternatively Sibley he would specify doing something and I would say over. I just do it this way. Learning it is not on my that Mr Speaker. I would say why has never been done that way. Alternatively attentively in commending a particular broached me he would say to me Mr Speaker it's always been Bumba way and I was able. That may very well be. But it isn't holy writ it. It's not a rule of the house favorite longstanding convention. And I would say well it may be a long standing convention but I want to different and my basic attitude. Dorian I say this to would of you in the studio and your listeners. My basic attitude was reform reform reform reform. Where reform was it's necessary desired and overdue reform in the Chamber to engender more invigorating atmosphere atmosphere in the proper deployment parliamentary scrutiny of the executive reform in the management of the parliamentary estate making it more child-friendly establishing education central as well as a nursery ensuring staff profile of the house at senior levels was more diverse and reform in the use of speakers house to host? I I think an unprecedentedly. Large number of charitable events bill also a mindset of engagement with civil society so so that was what underpinned me wanting to chair and chairing as I did every year for ten years the UK Youth Parliament and go to that conference every year and gained a schools and universities and faith eighth groups voluntary organizations. Now that was probably the least controversial of the reforms but nonetheless a very prominent official. Who worked with me had absolutely no interest? What so ever in joining me on any of those visits his attitude was no he would stay base camp and it wasn't his style as because he puts it the fact that it was my style and I was elected to become had a mandate? Just didn't way with him at all I think he felt that it was my responsibility to adjust to him raw than the other way rounded sounded. I'm afraid I reject that I must say to you. I completely reject the suggestion that I ever bullied. Anyone anywhere anytime I to to I reject and robot these allegations which are hurtful and of course An attack Oh my character and property and I totally we reject it some of the people who are getting for man. It's very obvious that is an orchestrated. Effort may be politically motivated. Ez some of them quenching titled People Who Frankly Rather Look down on me. Look down on me now and look down on me then and you know I have had quite a lot in course of my life Russell. sniffy in some cases snobbish people who think their superior will. I'm afraid I frankly that. Not much trump will. This is obviously in the context of being performed for a peerage bridge and if it if that does go ahead and is by the way the motivation is absolutely explicit. have in one of them has been in the sense. Hopefully explicit in sagged. That's that's coming up. Apparent e attach enormous wait till his own views and thinks that the nation should keenly attend to his every astronauts. The person concerned has very little knowledge of the House of Commons and had very limited interaction with me. We had a couple of arguments wanting twenty eleven on the other in two thousand twelve. He wasn't one of these. People wasn't two the employees of the House of Commons by. He obviously thinks that his words were very very way too important and must be repeated on innumerable locations. And you know He. He appears in the media very regularly. He signed up to an agency getting him work in this field and I mean we work. I'd say he's paid paid work or not. I'm making no allegation in that sense. But what I'm saying is obviously thinks terribly important but he takes to the public square and he's been very explicit in saying yes. He doesn't think I should be a member of the house where we're extraordinary Marie grateful to him for his house. But he's not the arbiter of these few to get if you can have lords. UFC came as a speaker. You had big priority list of priorities. If you're in the Lord's awards. What would you want to do that? They at least sure if I were there I would want to draw my experience prince to talk about parliamentary themes and parliamentary reform and to champion causes the dare to me a one calls that is incredibly dear to me is the pursuit of gracious Social Mobility and the adoption of an internationalist outlook in tackling and some of the problems that our country and the world face. I have no right. It is not a matter of entitlement. They're a very respectable arguments for saying that the speaker shouldn't automatically go to the House of Blues but ordinarily when there is an idea abroad overlaps changing an established procedure the would be some in consideration of that that might be a consideration by the procedure committee. A report undertaken and the house would consider. Let's be absolutely clear. That's not what has happened in this case base indeed until very recently. CD Ministers gave me the impression that they fully intended that. I should go to the hassles. What's happened here? Is the a group. The people have come together and said either for reasons brexit related or other reasons. Let Block him. That's what's happened. While I'm sure that the the yearbook will come will come your foes down when they read your warm testaments. Ucla flying very is thank. Thank you Jim Berg thank you mm-hmm Now.
"david leakey" Discussed on The Briefing
"Good evening I'm Chris. Price with the briefing from the Telegraph bringing you up to speed. In two minutes is Wednesday February. The fifth and British passengers have revealed. Their ordeal being quarantined on corona virus. Cruise ship it was six thirty in the morning. When the voice of the captain came over the speakers of the luxury redeemed princess. The message told all passengers to head to their cabins immediately and said they should remain there for fourteen days. The ruling came from from the Japanese health authorities after fourteen passengers on the cruise ship. Tested Positive Corona virus is left three thousand seven hundred people on lockdown in the Japanese port of Yokohama. Nicholas Smith has an interview with two British holidaymakers on board. Since then another cruise ship has been docked in Hong Kong S. passengers on board attested and it comes the scientists in UK. Think they've made a significant breakthrough in the race to develop a vaccine. Francesca Marshall. Well has the details. You may have heard former black rod. David Leakey this morning expressing his views on a potential peerage for John Berko but but his disapproval claiming the former speaker would at times fly into a rage has sparked a controversy involving demand. Abbott Labour's shadow home secretary tweeted. It was unlikely unlikely. Mr Leakey would have been bullied by Mr Berko. Why she said it's because he served in the Military Danielle Sheridan details what. MP's think of her comments and if you're planning to do anything outdoors this weekend you might want to think again. The Met Office is warning. Britain will be battered by winds of up to eighty miles per hour from storm. Kira forecasters revising people to keep their mobile phones charged because the windy weather could bring down. Power Lines Jimmy. Johnson has everything you need to now right. Stay put if you're listening on. What apple send you those links. Now if you're listening on spotify apple or wherever you get your podcast you'll find them in the show notes as well as links is to stunning pictures of the wreckage of a plane crash in Istanbul. Where amazingly there have been no fatalities and with Donald Trump set to be acquitted in his impeachment trial? This evening. Read how how. American politics has become increasingly polarized. That sits you up to date more from Danny tomorrow morning..
"david leakey" Discussed on Bertcast's Podcast
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I'm not sure how penguins one of the funniest guys ever really isn't. He's so fucking quick. Yeah no I mean for for sure if you could steal someone's act and murder them. They never knew they existed. And you've got to do their act every night might be Jimmy Pardo. I loved you fucking funniest this shit. He's a penguins guy. He's he's a pay was amazing comedian. WHO Like every show? You feel like he's improvising. It and then you see a couple of times. You're like he's done a such a good job of making it. Look Yeah. What about you owe to tell across all the way? Even the he can't drink anymore we started. You couldn't anymore grace. What about intervention so about I would want to go to fucking rehab would be so gluttonous just me sitting there? It sounds fine honestly. You've got a pool new booze yoga and all day isn't comedians. Yeah fucking wet. Dream out. Comeback Comebacks felt book abby. Your rift I'd be like I'm sorry fucking talking about the drinking problem jets. Yeah Oh he's he's a little buzzed. Grace who could who would you murder and take their our persona. I know I know one who admire. Who View Admire enough? That you wish you could do what we're GonNa do ready grace. We're going to do three categories. Okay your podcast. That's very four categories race. A steal and take over the PODCASTS. Still take over the Youtube Channel Steel and take over there acting acting. Wow this is people. You admire murder okay. So so an apology gas world. I mean I mean Joe Rogan podcast. The best just outside of here. He's like kind of crazy so it seems like a trap for a lot of people people I think. Mark Mirren's podcast is interesting. We can't be marked Mirren's both sides of the crazy here. I like both those guys. Put Joe and mark are both like something in the middle there. Okay so make enemies with these to grow and very gingerly around this. Make sure no careers ruined over this. Look you're saying they're totally different PODCASTS. 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"david leakey" Discussed on KLIF 570 AM
"Amy shot rock the morning it's eight thirty North Korea says its test of a new missile the previous day were meant as a solemn warning over south Korea's weapons development and its joint military drills with the United States south Korea's military said the flight data of the launches showed similarities to a short range nuclear capable Russian missile north Korean version could likely reach all of South Korea and would be extremely hard to intercept house of representatives has passed a two year bipartisan budget deal and then headed out of town for the August recess they gave it to eighty four and the nays are one forty nine the bill which addresses the debt ceiling and boosts government spending by three hundred twenty billion dollars won praise from both sides of the aisle I think this is the most significant thing we have done together this year Republican Tom call referencing what many view as a major feat in Congress these days major in deep systemic rajon Yarmouth we're in a very very diverse of polarized environment the bill suspends the debt limit through July twenty twenty one making it possible for the federal government to pay the bills it is already accumulated without the fault the bill now goes to the Senate Linda can young Washington the justice department says the US will resume executing death row inmates for the first time since two thousand three Attorney General William Barr has instructed the bureau of prisons to schedule executions starting in December for five men all accused of murdering kids although the death penalty remains legal in thirty states executions on the federal level are rare the move is likely to stir up some fresh interest in an issue that has largely been dormant in recent years investigation into marines accused of helping smuggle migrants into the United States has led to the arrest of sixteen of the of the marines at a California based near the US Mexico border the marine corps said the arrests were made Thursday at camp Pendleton the marines are accused of crimes ranging from migrant smuggling to drug related offenses this comes weeks after two marines were arrested near the border and suspension suspicion of a transfer fourteen three Mexicans after they crossed league illegally into the U. S. a report issued by the Senate intelligence committee says the Russian government directed extensive activity against US election systems ahead of the twenty sixteen presidential election it comes the same day that FBI director Christopher ray warns of repeat action we expect much of the same in twenty twenty especially with new cyber tools they are continuing to fall in the hands of adversaries who would do us harm the panel issued recommendations for election security in man is now issuing a complete volume of its findings the Ebola outbreak in the Democratic Republic of the Congo has American doctors trying to to ensure the public that that they're prepared if the virus makes its way to the U. S. David Leakey is the chief medical officer for the UT health system he said the twenty fourteen Ebola outbreak or scare in Dallas was monumental for future preparedness initially the only laboratory capable of people and have been in Texas was our Austin laboratory but we quickly added testing capacity in Dallas last week the World Health Organization declared the Ebola outbreak in the Congo is a public health emergency of international concern doctors say though it's very unlikely that the virus will make it where it make its way to the U. S. Southwest Airlines says the planes that were grounded following two crashes on airlines overseas likely won't fly until after the holiday travel season causing some projected revenue to fall the airline is also shutting down operations at Newark airport but economists but Weinstein says luck could change for southwest whenever the planes do get back in the air the long term impact on southwest and the other airlines affected by the grounding will be particularly significant in the meantime the grounding of Boeing seven thirty seven MAX planes continues to pose challenges for Southwest Airlines Southwest says the planes that were grounded following two crashes on airlines overseas likely won't fly until after the holiday travel season causing projected revenue to fall the airline also shutting down operations at Newark liberty International Airport but economists but Weinstein says look could change for southwest whenever the planes do get back in the air so I think the long term impact on southwest and the other airlines affected by the grounding will be particularly significant it's unclear exactly when the groundings will be lifted Clayton level KLIF news Houston woman has started an online petition calling for American Airlines to update its dress code policies after claims she was sexually in racially discriminated against Akhter teacher roe says she wasn't allowed to board the plane until she covered up her clothing I will never buy with American Airlines but more important than me was the way it made my sanity all in various machines he really hated like me the petition called freedom to fly now has more than thirty five thousand signatures fort worth based American Airlines made a public apology on Twitter for more information visit KLIF dot com Kaplan Zire KLIF news and KLIF used I'm not eight thirty five let's have another look at that Friday morning traffic.
"david leakey" Discussed on WFAN Sports Radio_FM
"This isn't new I prefer the subway series at Yankee Stadium just like. I prefer next nets at Madison Square Garden and a part of why that is the case is there's. No embarrassment And, what I. Mean by that is if it's ninety five percent Yankee fans and the Yankees are beaten up, the Mets the Yankees are winning in their own building the. Fans are going crazy it is what it is. Same thing the garden I get very embarrassed rightfully so and I'm used to this when I'm in my own building and it is being taken over. By fans of another team and that obviously happens a lot in the subway it's. Much worse. With Knicks nets, and I get ninety five percent of the audience. Doesn't. Understand where I'm. Coming from with Nixon s. And that's fine you can, live in your own. World where you don't even know, the nets, exists. That's fine I understand that but I'm. Just relate to. Me for a second okay here met fan you better. Relate to me if you're a jets fan you're, an islander fan if you for the. Yankees giants Nixon Rangers fine you don't have. To relate at all I, get it you kings of. The world as far as teams popularity but when the games are played on the road there's just less of an embarrassment factor so I don't get as stressed about it This year there should be no stress because of how bad the Mets are. But even. When they are, badges now having fans of another team in your. Building. Is a naturally. Embarrassing thing and it doesn't. Happen to that extreme on, the other rent especially. Because the Mets are having a, bad year, if. The Mets were having a good year. If the Mets. A beaten up the keys and Yankee fans leave early, sure it happens but they are few and far, between I mean the best example of. The was the first game they have played The first, one June sixteenth nineteen Ninety-seven however remember the date I don't know That's why I remember the date because the first subway now that's. The way the first interleague, game for the Mets and Yankees for some reason I remember as being Friday the thirteenth and the Mets play the Red. Sox chase stadium that was their first interleague game. And believe it or not c, b Bucknor was an, empire, in, that. Game. I, don't think he. Umpire I but About that CB Buckner is on pirate. In this game some more on the field Mets Red, Sox the the newness of interleague. Play the oddity eventually I remember thirteen fourteen fifteen and then sixteen th a Monday night was the first ever met Yankees subway series, game and the, Mets won that game which was no side of the. Future I mean it's not as if that. Game show you what. The future would hold it didn't show it at all because that's one one four times since it feels like but. That game I remember was probably. The apex if you will of. The met Yankee, rivalry because David Leakey pitches this great game the Mets score those runs early and the Yankee fans did leave early so that was a game he took over I think. He listen I may be, reading too far into this and we'll get the debate in a few minutes can set things up we'll JJ relax a. Little bit I don't want any unfair advantage Stransky. Comes in forget the Yankee hat, because He knows that, doesn't bother me that much He's wearing a Nick shirt and I think he knows it's. Not on purpose JJ. Because I have this? I despise the Knicks are you to say Saying that the, reason, I'm wearing an next sure? Go ahead is because I, stated Caitlyn's and I'm kind, of short on clothing by jeans a good buddy of mine Steve who is. The size medium I. Said to him yesterday I'm going to, stay, over Cates you gotta give? Me a medium correct yes Mike Okay A good, friend Dana, boyfriend. Steve we were over there last. Time. Okay so basically to entice me to stay over Kate was, like you got to borrow a t-shirt from why wouldn't you have close already?.
"david leakey" Discussed on BBC Radio 4
"The battle of expectation but local elections are only signposts towards the general election they are a guide rather than a definitive statement of the final destination in the parliamentary by election in west to roan shine fain held the seat with a slightly reduced majority the vote was triggered by the resignation of barry michael duff in january all begley secured a majority of the dup of just less than eight thousand taking forty seven percent of the vote the commons speaker john berko is standing firm after fresh accusations of bullying were made against him david leakey who retired as black rod last year has told the bbc's newsnight programme the mr boko created a climate of intimidation he said people had been fearful of taking any issues to the speaker because of his conduct mr beck joined the discussion and took exception complete exception to what was being proposed and discussed and the red mist descended and he banged the table and yelled and was highly insulting to me personally including calling me an anti semite for which he apologized afterwards the spokesman john belk office rejected the allegations and has previously denied claims he bullet his private secretary hundreds of afghan interpreters who served with uk troops fighting the taliban will not have to pay for the right to stay in britain the home secretary such javid said all fees will be waived for the group who he said had regularly put their lives at risk and challenging situations his andy moore interpreting shared the same dangers as british troops on the front line in afghanistan and the additional risk of retribution from the taliban many of them were allowed into the uk under a relocation scheme the face the prospect of paying nearly two thousand four hundred pounds for themselves and each family member if they wanted to seek indefinite leave to remain more than one hundred fifteen temperatures wrote a letter to the government saying their lives were in limbo the defense secretary gavin williamson had been lobbying on their behalf saying britain had a duty to them late last night the new home secretary sajid javid accepted that argument he said it had always been clear the interpreters would be able to stay in the uk with their families and now they will be able to do that for free teachers in england that we offered paid sabbaticals about two a year as part of efforts to.
"david leakey" Discussed on talkRADIO
"It's not like like electionrelated relations someone who is elected but certainly rather bizarre election that happens for the speaker of the house of commons jumper there'd be more bullying claims that have emerged against jumper and more more pressure really on him to get he had said i think it's fifty days from today he had said at some point when it was moved to try and house the speaker very unpopular set you on the tory benches he is i think a lot in the labour benches do that he would go out of fifty days from today but he he's to be standing firm as as as a long report on the front page of the times today jones has told you so it's quite extraordinary really this week the second full the cullen senior official came forward to tease him of bullying david leakey former black role to have seen playing is paul in queen's speech the boko is totally defiant he he shows no sign of wanting to go anytime soon i actually have making suspicion that he will go soon an had already decided that he wanted to but he wants to go on his own he doesn't wanna seem to be forced out so i wouldn't be surprised if some sort of quat political moment if you stop me gap personal statement because of me account all wait for good riddance i think he's brought the house into disrepute and i genuinely call watch prime minister questions an arabic the all the interruptions from it may be john berko questions the amount of time he speaks thank you very much and.
"david leakey" Discussed on BBC Radio 4
"Recovery moment but the has been some progress and of course they will point to richmond which is a richmond upon thames a big big win crucial for vince cable because it's in his backyard and i suspect if they had not been able to take richmond they would have been voices and the liberal democrats saying what is the point of vince cable if he cannot even bring us a back to victory in his own backyard so some progress some relief of vince cable and yes a big win in richmond norman smith thank you million teen minutes to seven let's take a look at today's papers and news websites starting with their overnight verdicts on those results tories a neighbor secure limited games as you get votes collapse across england is the verdict of the guardian website on the local elections spent we'll have a more colorful headline later on the telegraph says labour and the conservatives had a mixed night the spectator says the conservatives will meet expectation management game also the new statesman suggest the surprise winners vince cable because the results will at least for a while the noises off about his leadership at the lib dem's the times leads with the bullying alligators against john berko reports that he's determined to keep the buggering on as common speaking the paper says mr berko has warned that he'd have to be forced from office and didn't believe there was an appetite amongst mp's to try to oust him the telegraph says the latest allegations of intemperate outbursts made by former black rod's david leakey do intensify the pressure on mr berko gardens says that bridge cnas launched your new drive to strengthen an anti russian international alliance it reports that.
"david leakey" Discussed on BBC Radio 4
"Particular one of those totems of once worth on westminster would go now the truth is i don't think the risks that they would lose those was very high but if seems quite possible they've not only will defend those but they may defend barnard which knocked very macho indeed then certainly within london although the conservative performance there is undoubtedly weaker than it is outside of london they will be much relieved on meanwhile they are able to point outside of london two net gains a seats not dramatic because the truth is one of the key things about the results last night he's very very similar to what they were four years ago and in a sense because we got not a total return to party politics but something like the good news for the tories in the bad news for them as they mirrored by what we see for the labor party yes indeed the labor party is doing relatively well in london not so well outside of london but the problem for the labor party is in a sense i think it looks as though certainly in headline terms it's come away from these elections pretty much emptyhanded yes it's much station either conservatives control of trafford but it hasn't made any grounds in gains in london on his lost a couple of key league voting areas in dhabi a non eaten so i think the minuses are more evident than the pluses for the labor party and it's to be honest it's not clear that these election results are any better than for example the local election results onto jeremy corbyn two years ago and so although that i would probably you can argue well we did better than in the general election yes they say he's appearing to invoke help from above the speaker burke digs in amid new bullying allegations quoting david leakey the former occupants of that ceremonial role of black role to speak to news not night about what he called the intolerable ruse rudeness an explosive behavior of the speaker the golden headline revealed britain's new drive to.
"david leakey" Discussed on BBC Radio 4
"Prospect of paying nearly two thousand four hundred pounds for themselves and each family member if they wanted to seek indefinite leave to remain the defense secretary gavin williamson had been lobbying on their behalf saying britain had a duty to them late last night the new home secretary suchy javid accepted that argument the commons speaker john berko is standing firm after fresh accusations of bullying were made against him david leakey who retired as black rod last year has told the bbc's newsnight programme the mr berko created a climate of intimidation he said people have been fearful of taking any issues to the speaker because of his conduct mr becca joined the discussion and took exception complete exception to what was being proposed and discussed and the red mist descended and he banged the table and yelled and was highly insulting to me personally including calling me an anti semite for which he apologized afterwards a spokesman for john burke as office rejected the allegations and has previously denied claims he bullied his private secretary volkswagens former chief executive martin winterkorn has been charged in the united states in connection with a diesel emissions scandal prosecutors they claim he knew that his company's vehicles which heating emissions tests mr vinnicombe resigned from vw shortly after the scandal emerged in two thousand fifteen from new york jaramillo reports seventy year old not inventor corn was in charge of the world's largest carmaker during a period at fitted millions of vehicles with software to cheat in emission tests he's always maintained that he reported the illegal activity to authorities soon after becoming aware of it but in an unprecedented case against an overseas business leader a federal grand jury in michigan charged mr vinci corn with making false representations to regulators and the public mr vinci corn is already in legal trouble in stuttgart where he w investors claim he sat on information about the scandal for more than a year twitter has urged all of its users to change their passwords after a computer error meant that some passwords had been visible on an internal system the company insisted there was no indication that personal details have been stolen or misused thank you coming up to six minutes paul six and it's time to head to the bbc weather center fillet freeze that morning till nick very good morning to let south today's forecast with all of england and wasim was press it very roughly sort.