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"david linden" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

08:31 min | 1 year ago

"david linden" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"Tom good morning and thank you Here in the UK Boris Johnson is facing yet another tenth day was speculation that the report into lockdown breaking Downing Street gatherings could be published later Bloomberg's pooch condia has the story The report by Sue grey is due to come this week Bloomberg has learned and its content ultimately contained the future of prime minister Boris Johnson's political career London's Metropolitan Police said yesterday they'll open an investigation into the events held in Johnson's office during the pandemic Escalating the crisis that's led to calls for his resignation On the face of it a criminal investigation makes matters worse for the prime minister but in the short term Tory MPs say they detect a calming mood in their party For his part Johnson has played down the threat from the police probe saying it will give the public the clarity it needs and help draw a line under the matter His spokesman said Boris Johnson doesn't think he has broken the law In London puja condia Bloomberg daybreak Europe And when it comes to the latest in Ukraine Boris Johnson has delivered this warning to president Putin about any potential invasion of the country Any attack on his neighbor would be followed by tougher sanctions against Russia further steps to help Ukraine defend herself and by an increased NATO presence to protect our allies on NATO's eastern Flank Johnson speaking there during a parliamentary briefing on Russia Ukraine tensions U.S. president Joe Biden said he had considered personal sanctioning Vladimir Putin if he orders an invasion Germany pushed for an exemption for the energy sector if there is a move to block Russian banks from clearing U.S. dollar transactions Meanwhile French far right leader marine le pen says she is opposed to sanctions on Russia and warden against a new Cold War led by the U.S. take a listen I don't believe in sanctions against Russia The counterproductive a new kind of Cold War has been created and the EU followed the U.S. The reality is that Russia has been pushed into the arms of China I think there is far greater danger in pushing Russia into the arms of China than in maintaining diplomacy with Russia and instead absorbing it into a European process Speaking exclusively to Bloomberg le pen also said she does not plan for France to leave the EU anymore less than three months before the French elections the national rally candidate as polling second behind president Emmanuel Macron And finally in the U.S. today the Federal Reserve wraps up the year's first policy meeting Bloomberg's vinyl dude ice reports Telegraph I think a march rate increase as well as a balance sheet runoff in the aftermath of the COVID-19 economic rescue with the Central Bank to do so cautiously noting uncertainty and downside risks to the economic outlook given the impact of the armagon wave and whatever may lie next for the coronavirus The fed's benchmark interest rate has been near zero for almost two years If any doubt should ice Bloomberg daybreak Europe Clay bulimia use 24 hours a day on air and on Bloomberg quick take powered by more than 2700 journalists and analysts in more than 120 countries and Leanne guerin's this is Bloomberg Caroline Thank you so much With all of today's top stories let's go to one of our key political interviews now Boris Johnson is bracing for two gray's report on Downing Street parties perhaps But Bloomberg has been told that conservative MPs are holding fire on a bid to oust him For now that's why they also await the outcome of an investigation by the Metropolitan Police But the situation could turn at any moment with bubbling anger amongst the public and on the back benches On Bloomberg Westminster yesterday you and pots and I spoke to Simon hall who is a conservative MP for north Dorset Now we asked him after the allegations about a birthday party for the prime minister How can he possibly hold on Well it's looking increasingly gloomy and increasing the difficult and I think anybody who either believes or things to the concrete is deleting themselves Have you sent a letter into the 1922 committee then for confidence vote in this prime minister I'm continuing to take soundings from across by constituency on this issue from members of my local association and why there are a field It's not looking good for the government at the moment I have to say in terms of the feedback I'm seeing And what would you say has been the mood amongst people indoors that you've spoken to I think there's real sadness There's white hot anger There is bewilderment and there is huge disappointment And I think disbelief that the utter and total lack of common sense that this whole operation of parties and get togethers and not understanding the difference between work and play I think these are just scratching their heads and going really I mean you're either very very silly or you think we are very very sorry but both can't be right Why did no one stop it It's not just the prime minister Why did others sanction attend Knowing you know we don't have the full facts from the Sue grave report I get that But whether or not we have chat to inverse or not that's clear Well it was very clear with regard to certainly the partial on the 20th of May But some of the civil service in diamond street had raised concerns and those concerns got overwritten And I think it legitimate question to ask with Dominic Cummings I mean Dominic Cummings is obviously feeding into this sausage machine Very enthusiastically But he was there he was in post what does he have the prime minister's chief of staff doing I mean I think there was a way that somebody will be found as a scapegoat Haven't attempted to say the general mood is a curse of all you'll have is because this speaks to an underlying I'm not quite sure if culture is the right word but an underlying modus operandi where I think people looking on will say well it looks desist There were more parties and drinks being consumed than actual work being done Maybe it's just easy to know the dates when a party didn't take place by their shorter conversation Yes that might be the case What's your hunches to who will be leading the party in 6 or 8 months time Do you think Boris Johnson wants to be there And if not will it change the type of Conservative Party that is running the country under a different leader Those are all good questions I mean if only it was as easy as sort of ditching a policy This is not a sort of poll tax stature movement So there isn't a policy issue that can be that could be changed here My anxiety and I think it's a growing one amongst colleagues is that something which started off as being very specific if you will to how number ten has been operating is now spreading like a wildfire through the status and standing on respect for the broader Conservative Party So that was that the MP Simon hall there Tory MP for north Dorset talking about simply the anger that is felt now about party gate the investigation by the Metropolitan Police launched yesterday but also expecting the results from the Sue gray sort of fact finding mission today And we'll have more British politics on Bloomberg Westminster later I'll be joined by another conservative MP Dan poulter whose MP four central Suffolk and north ipswich plus David Linden from the Scottish national party MP for Glasgow east the SNP having been extraordinarily critical of the prime minister and lockdown breaking parties gatherings at number ten to catch that live 12 new UK time or download the podcast later from Apple music or your preferred radio app We are watching that moving political story for.

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"david linden" Discussed on The Plastic Podcasts

The Plastic Podcasts

05:54 min | 1 year ago

"david linden" Discussed on The Plastic Podcasts

"And i think it was. it was a combination. It was an alchemy. Downs that went on this event so there was sometimes literally born darts in happening I think some people may be in that kind of teaching it and it was also just the way for people to meet each other and meet people from the locality as well And then there was also traditional. Irish starts in on sometimes irish music being played and sometimes people just listening to music that live on the recording again. Just an opportunity for people to socialize. Apparently my dad arrived at this dance and within seconds of say my mom turned to his friend and said if i'm not married about women within the next few years there's something wrong in the world after that thing that they call them holocaust this thing that people used to do many many moons ago courting coating after a while of quoting yet he obviously popped the question. Mom said yes and yet they got married on the twelfth of december nineteen fifty nine What is it your parents did. Oh gosh at the time of my birth. My dad had. I think i typically says laborer and i think my mom was working in canton somewhere. I used to think that she used to work around. The time of my birth at paddington green police station in the cancer. But my mom over. The is has corrected. Me said you're right about di- did once worker paddington green police station in the canteen. But it wasn't around the time that you were born. So i i for some reason. I still have this memory around the time with my birth. There's nothing on the birth certificate about my mom is doing Is quite patriarchal and through the male line. My best of as as with most of us But yeah i just get the sense. That mom was the the work in hand saying. Or maybe you know. Sometimes mom would make ends meet by doing cleaning in a kind of work of them You're christened anthony. David s right Those those family names yet. I'm still seeking the david my been although there is a broader that still with us. Cool david so there is a david lennon But around the time of my birth years. Before david would have been born. I'm not sure who the other david would have been in the family line But yeah i was definitely born is definitely what he's saying. I difficult anthony david linden. It seems that your dad had a kind of almost romantic view of the way that He and your mother got together. You know that that sense that somehow they fate to be And that was a a couple of years of tig until this thing that everything was done in that very almost story storybook salt away from. I understand not only my mom and dad.

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