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UK gears up for huge vaccination plan watched by the world

AP News Radio

00:42 sec | 7 months ago

UK gears up for huge vaccination plan watched by the world

"Shipments of the current virus vaccine developed by American drugmaker Pfizer and Germany's by on tech have been delivered to the U. K. the delivery comes two days before it goes public in an immunization program that is being closely watched around the world about eight hundred thousand doses of the vaccine were expected to be in place for the start of the program on Tuesday chief pharmacist Louise Coughlin is excited for the occasion it's a momentous occasion the NHS's been planning extensively and fit to deliver the largest vaccination program in our history said it's really exciting backs nations will be administered at around fifty hospital helps in England Scotland Wales and Northern Ireland will also begin the vaccination rolled out the same day Karen Thomas London

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Coronavirus cases hit records in Europe, surpassing U.S. numbers

Morning Edition

04:17 min | 8 months ago

Coronavirus cases hit records in Europe, surpassing U.S. numbers

"Americans have looked with envy as Europe's performance against the pandemic. In many European countries, cases were much lower the rate of cases anyway than the United States. Things have not much improved in the U. S. But now Europe overall is worse. Reporting almost twice as many new daily Corona virus cases as the United States and governments are trying to respond. Reporter asked me Nicholson is covering this from Berlin. Hey, there. Good morning. People were so impressed with Europe for a while, which even seemed to be reopening more normally than the United States was able to what changed. Firstly, Steve the weather a zit gets colder, More and more people are meeting indoors Flu season is also upon us on schools and universities are back inside classrooms. Another reason is what the Germans Call the prevention paradox. Countries that previously did well to prevent the virus from spreading are now struggling to do so because people become complacent about it or have a false sense of security. So they're no longer adhering to safety measures. Will Germany where you are is one of the countries that did do well, so how does it look now? Well, as you say, it has fed well and and it has been seen as a bit of a pandemic role model. But just this morning, the CDC equivalent to the Robert Koch Institute reported its highest number of new infections since the start of the pandemic. And in more personal news. I just had My child Steak head teacher has tested positive. So now we're waiting to hear from contact traces about testing, So I have the situation is changing on DH. The Chancellor Angela Merkel is certainly worried. In fact, yesterday she summoned Germany's 16 state governors to Berlin to meet in person for the first time. Since March on it's worth mentioning that medical can't actually make any unilateral decisions about measures because the power lies with the state. Is Merkel getting her country's state governors to agree on what to do? Yes, although I think the better answer there is will see she has managed to get in to agree on a slate of fairly low key measures on she's also warned that more will come if necessary. What is clear is that she and other politicians really want to avoid another lock down. How is another big country? France approaching this where I know cases are already on the also on the rise well that the French approach is much tougher than Germany's, mainly because the infection rate is four times as high but also because President Macron has more powers than Merkel in in what is a much more centralized country, so From Saturday. There's going to be a nighttime curfew in Paris on and eight other cities for at least the next month, meaning that if you refuse to stay home after 9 p.m., you will face fines. But last night's announcement wasn't all about legal measures. Macron also Urged his fellow citizens to be cooperative on DH. His message was conveyed in an interview rather than as a Zanon address, which some believe was an attempt to appeal to people in a less top down way. And what is the UK Prime Minister Boris Johnson doing as cases escalate their Well. First of all, the UK system is different again on although it's a very centralized country like France Healthcare is actually managed separately by ministers and England, Scotland, Wales and northern Islands. With the UK registering around 20,000 cases a day These guys are under pressure to act and yesterday, Northern Ireland's first minister, alien Foster, Announced that a nationwide locked down there will come into effect from tomorrow for the next four weeks Force. Johnson is currently under fire for refusing to do any kind of the lock down. Because of what he says it will do to the economy. But the BBC is reporting that Johnson is actually about to impose restrictions on London, which effectively Bam households from mixing. I'm going to pubs and bars. That's me. Thank you very much. Thank you. ST. That's reporter asked me Nicholson in Berlin.

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"england scotland wales" Discussed on Talking Cancer

Talking Cancer

12:04 min | 8 months ago

"england scotland wales" Discussed on Talking Cancer

"Guidance on shielding in August of this year, which means shielding has now been paused so that means in practice you can go to work and if you cannot work from home as long as there's business is what they call covert safe now and it's important to note that this guidance is advisory. So what I would suggest, you know, the first step really is you should just first of all have a discussion wage Employer and agree your plan for returning to work. Now where you work is a question mark you know, so as I've said with the previous series, you know under the equality act which applies in England Scotland and Wales and the disability Discrimination Act which applies in Northern Ireland. Your employer has a legal obligation to make what we call reasonable adjustments to help you assemble with cancer to stay home work and that could be a variety of different things including helping you to work from home. So I suppose what to say to people if people are not feeling safe have that discussion with the employer employer particular with your line manager as your first point of contact and discuss the situation discuss what they're doing in the business what measures they're taking to make the workplace code would safe and if you're still not fitting that that's a safe environment for you, then I'd suggest, you know, you talk to your employer about alternative working Arrangements if that's possible. This is all in an Ideal World with a reasonable employer wage. And a job that you can drive to and get out of the car and get you know and get straight into the office. What about for those people who are contacting that Millions support line because they're they're genuinely worried about returning home after furlough. They might not be in such an accommodating place of work or a practically easy place of work to get to having to use public transport, for example, so what page first of all is actually really try to understand the risk and my first suggestion would be if you're speak to your clinical team. Now if somebody is going thru cancer treatment and and hopefully they'll be able to talk to their Consultants or their nurse specialist if they have access to one and the clinical team should be able to advise you on your health risk based on your condition and you are treatments and everybody's going to be different and this is something that's important to understand just because you have cancer doesn't necessarily mean that you're all automatically at higher risk. It depends on your type of cancer where you are in your tree log. Journey so it's important really first of all, I think to you know, find out the right information. So you understand the health risk for you. If you don't have access to your consultant or a nurse specialist also, you could find your g p and thought you to be about your condition and what you know things you need to be concerned about because again, not everybody will be in the same position. So it's really important to try and for yourself find out what the risks are for you then I would suggest that the next step then would be to go and talk to your workplace. Now. Your first point of contact is always your line manager there there the person that you know are responsible for you. And so you should talk to them about, you know, the information you get from your your clinicians your GP about the risks that you face and then talk to them in detail about you know, what measures they're taking in order to protect you as a worker in that business now, they have a duty and an obligation to provide, you know a safe environment for you as an employee. And so they need to take that very month. Seriously now, you know, there are also other people that you could talk to in the business as well now depends very much on the size of the business and the type of the business but there will be some businesses that would have health and safety officers that you can speak to they'll be others where you have access to what we call Occupational Health which are you know health services that are attached to a business and you could ask for a referral to your Occupational Health practitioner and they should be able to then advise you and the headline manager about what sort of adjustments would need to take place in order to help you to get back into the workplace. So there are some steps that you can take I'm not saying that everything I say here is going to absolutely help every single person out there with their own scenario, but I'm hopeful that it will help people to know what steps to take in order to be able to take control of the situation for themselves so that they understand the risks and what they can do as an employee to support themselves. I guess that you know birth. Taking back control thing is is is comes back again and again and again when we talk about cancer diagnosis and and arming yourself, I guess with the facts as well. That was there's really interesting thing that you said about, you know, making sure that you are in, you know in possession of your risk level and so it's not kind of something that's a bit amorphous for your employee. It's actually you know, here we are. This is it and it makes life a lot easier. If you go as informed as you possibly can to that conversation, it seems yeah, absolutely, you know, the more you know about what you need to protect your health the better position you'll be in to be able to have a conversation with your employer and hopefully your employer will be reasonable and we'll try and support you every you know, every worker has a value and and nobody wants to you know lose people unnecessarily and I'm sure there are lots of lots of efforts that are being made by employers. You mentioned reasonable adjustments. Can you just sort of pick that apart a little bit about what else that might look like a part-time job? Social distancing in an office space and hand sanitizer everywhere. What else might you be able to have a conversation about? Yeah. Well again just to State again. There's the equality act in in that applies in England Scotland Wales and disability Discrimination Act in Northern Ireland and those pieces of legislation say that your employer must make reasonable adjustments when would work place or work practices puts you at a substantial disadvantage because you have cancer and now and that is compared to other colleagues who do not have cancer. So what this means practices that your employer needs to think, you know creatively and you can think as an employee creatively about what sort of changes could be made to allow you to stay at work. Now the context of coronavirus these can be you know, flexible working arrangements. So for example, you know, let's think about if you were traveling to a job, but you didn't want to travel at rush hour because there will be more people. On and increases your risk then a flexible working arrangement might mean travelling later in the morning or coming back late earlier in the evening or later in the evening. Whatever works for you in order to be able to walk to do your job. There's also very good scheme. They're out there called access to work. It's a government scheme and they can pay for certain types of adjustments and it's called government jobs. Best kept secret in many ways because it's a it's a scheme there that the employer and and use an employee can look into to see if it can cover things like travel you might be able to wage claim for maybe first class train travel for example, or pay for taxis to and from work. If you're feeling that that will protect you and give you more security and that is a reasonable adjustment to suck you to stay in your employment changing work patterns shift patterns providing access to things like software and equipment from home so that you'd be able to do your job from home giving you the song. The computer is everything else that you might need in order to be able or even Wi-Fi access to Wi-Fi. So I suppose the important thing is to remember that anything could be considered an adjustment anything that allows you to keep a job could be considered but it must be reasonable what's reasonable for one employer might not be reasonable for another employer. It kind of depends on you know, how big is your business? You know, the finances the sort of adjustment that you're actually asking for so it's it's it's very like it's very specific to that kind of situation that you're in. So again, you know your relationship as an employee if you have cash with your line manager is so important but knowing your rights I think gives you again the confidence to know what you can approach and what you could talk to your employer about and that's hugely important choice. Absolutely, I guess as well the reality of coronavirus and the pandemic is that not everybody will be having as positive and experience in the workplace. We would hope and if people do end up having money worries, they are there other places that they can turn to what should they be doing initially now McMillan has a range of really great services that can support people with cancer. We have a wonderful team of financial guides and they can explain lots of options available and things that need to think about and things that you need to do so they can cover things like your budgeting and you're planning mortgages what to do with mortgages. Maybe you need to take a mortgage break for a while. They can support you about what song versation so you need to have with your building Society or your bank. They provide you information on your pension. For example, if you want to take early retirement Insurance options issues around Financial products is overdrafts. And also if you have debt and how you would manage your death in the unfortunate outcome that you lose your job. We have a team of fantastic welfare advisors who offer home Ice on benefits and other types of support that you might be able to Avail on such as you know council tax breaks as well. And then we've a team a small team of energy advisers who can talk to you about you know, how did you pay your gas or electricity or water bills, you know, and they're really really great team as well to to call and all of these services are available on the Mac Miller and support line, which is a free confidential find that anybody can call. I think there is some tangible Rising tension as well about the the job retention scheme finishing the end of October at people might be terribly worried about a thousand C's at this time. Oh, absolutely. So well the job retention scheme as as you said or the further scheme it's as it's known ends on the 31st of October 2020 now to end for a low employers should give stuff notice in writing if they're going to end the first game and there's no minimum notice. For furlough but employers they should talk to staff about The plant stand for as early as possible and they need to encourage staff to raise any concerns. They have about or problems around returning to work. So that's that's hugely important. Is there anything replacing it that's planned? Yes. So there's a new scheme called the job support scheme. Now, this is a is a scheme. It's designed to protect what they call viable wage jobs in businesses. There are businesses who are facing a lower demand over the winter months because of covet and it's there to help keep their employees attached to the workforce. Now the scheme is on the 1st of November and it runs for six months so over the winter. So what happens in that scenario is that the company will continue to pay the employee for the time worked but the cost of the arrows not worked. So there's not that they're not working. They will be split three ways between the employer between the government and the employee so the government will wage. Up to I think it's about a third but to a certain cap and the employee would obviously pay a bit too through wage and reduction but the whole point is trying to enable the employee to keep their job. Now the scheme isn't as generous as the previous job pretentious game, but you know your employer may be may try to take advantage of that, you know, if they're facing difficult because of covert over the the next six months. It's a really really difficult time isn't it? And I think in you know where so much is in certain and there is so much with worry and concern on top of a cancer diagnosis having such clear.

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"england scotland wales" Discussed on Digiday Podcast

Digiday Podcast

06:15 min | 8 months ago

"england scotland wales" Discussed on Digiday Podcast

"Hello and welcome to the PODCAST. . I've Riley did today's senior correspondent based I've read the UK and it gives me great pleasure to welcome a fellow Brit to the show. . This week Christopher Kenna is the CEO brand advance the UK based global diversity media. . Network. . Said welcome to the PODCAST. . Thanks for having me. . She is Chris <hes>. . So yeah, , it's fair to say I to start kind of right at the beginning <hes> because I think it's fair to say that you didn't take maybe the most conventional well traveled route into the into the media industry. . And I won't stick if <hes> our listeners a little flavor <hes> if I may of the years that led up to you founding your your current company. . So I didn't know where we start kind of at the very beginning <hes>. . Many of our US listeners probably know where the olive man is but. . But that's where you were born. . Very, , very small <hes> British island has relation of what like eighty thousand or something like that. . Yeah. . So let's start there. . Yeah the Ottoman. . From people on the other side of the potent if you look in. . The UK map you've got the big and then you've got islands, , which is small bit this a little island right in the middle of the big <unk> being. . England Scotland Wales on the small bit be an island is a little dot in the middle never rarely shown on whether <unk> ups <unk>. . Whether symbol but. . Yeah population about eighty, , seven, , seventy, , eight, , hundred, , thousand. . A blockade everyone. . You know which <hes>. . Just as. . It's off with a with. . From the very get guy. . I was destined Dabo. . Trophies and certificates got a significant for that UH. . I don't remember getting obviously I was born but. . When could so skip <unk> I was in cash in. . And when you come out of, , can you get like a big thing <unk> achievements event? ? On pretty much anything, , anybody's ever written about you open to that point of until you sixteen on the very first thing in now was this. . From Jane. . Critical Hospital From <hes>, , you spend a number of years in the in the British army. . Is that right wherever you based? ? Yeah. . So I was based out a Jimmy Fest <hes>. . So did my member basic training here in England in Boston bond went to blunt it, , which is the army school of signals. . To do sort of second phase training which is. . <hes> I was a on communicate so to go. . Out to use a radio <unk> not but you know what I mean and so I was destined for comes. . So maybe not all is so far apart as you think. . You. . Know <hes> army to media we basically doing the same thing. . So then yeah I was boasted out to Jimmy went out seventeen. . Met My now ex way. . My kid when I was seventeen. . So. . We start on the fatherhood on your after kits. . Now they're both off German English they live at JEB new Madonna goes to union bellied son goes to high school and beautiful in Jimmy. . Yet did tell us to of Iraq one tour of Afghan and what led you to leave the army. . <hes> awhile I was involved in an ID so I've epilepsy now. . Because of injury on so yeah I icon. . Epilepsy in a rifle mix. . Ni- I imagine. . That's not good company. . So and then media came calling for you. . Well well, , you came cooling for media well I. . Don't know who, , but but I think I'm good at this. . I've lived sound a little arrogant now but I think definitely media needed needs people like me. . You. . Know just the background I don't mean specifically there's nothing particularly special about May. . The I mean you don't people from my background's people that didn't you know two Family Income Kofi Union blind you don't we need diversity of vices. . We need diversity of thought. . So yeah, , I think it needed me as much as I needed it. . But no so I started off. . Is So when Columbia Street back Manchester. . I'd spend a lot of time to care and Blah Blah Blah. . Back Manchester. . On then. . Yes. . Fell into acting and presented done even. . Go too much into that. . 'cause it's a problem, , a life of China Forget. . But yeah, , ended up doing <hes> presenting things like price drop TV. . MTV completely is. . Got My own show on sky which was puppies the most watched show on TV. . What was that show? ? Cope the Chris Candido show. . I was destined to be an office as well. . Then, , I made a production guy start up production company. . Of. . Factual shows such shows like queer three did drama series those on TV code the ends I wrote in direct <unk> produced directed quish. . Couple of football documentaries champions one about. . Munches to CEOS an official release DVD for Manchester, , say did one class rages as well? ? Yeah a <unk>. . Sold the rights to a lot of the shows that came to London on that's how it got into. . Sort of. . Went into. . Media An. . Advertising. . Agency wouldn't worked a <UNK> DO DOT com. . And <unk> partly, , Connecticut now. . But yeah.

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Diversity 'is a commercial imperative now': Brand Advance CEO Chris Kenna

Digiday Podcast

06:15 min | 8 months ago

Diversity 'is a commercial imperative now': Brand Advance CEO Chris Kenna

"Hello and welcome to the PODCAST. I've Riley did today's senior correspondent based I've read the UK and it gives me great pleasure to welcome a fellow Brit to the show. This week Christopher Kenna is the CEO brand advance the UK based global diversity media. Network. Said welcome to the PODCAST. Thanks for having me. She is Chris So yeah, it's fair to say I to start kind of right at the beginning because I think it's fair to say that you didn't take maybe the most conventional well traveled route into the into the media industry. And I won't stick if our listeners a little flavor if I may of the years that led up to you founding your your current company. So I didn't know where we start kind of at the very beginning Many of our US listeners probably know where the olive man is but. But that's where you were born. Very, very small British island has relation of what like eighty thousand or something like that. Yeah. So let's start there. Yeah the Ottoman. From people on the other side of the potent if you look in. The UK map you've got the big and then you've got islands, which is small bit this a little island right in the middle of the big being. England Scotland Wales on the small bit be an island is a little dot in the middle never rarely shown on whether ups Whether symbol but. Yeah population about eighty, seven, seventy, eight, hundred, thousand. A blockade everyone. You know which Just as. It's off with a with. From the very get guy. I was destined Dabo. Trophies and certificates got a significant for that UH. I don't remember getting obviously I was born but. When could so skip I was in cash in. And when you come out of, can you get like a big thing achievements event? On pretty much anything, anybody's ever written about you open to that point of until you sixteen on the very first thing in now was this. From Jane. Critical Hospital From you spend a number of years in the in the British army. Is that right wherever you based? Yeah. So I was based out a Jimmy Fest So did my member basic training here in England in Boston bond went to blunt it, which is the army school of signals. To do sort of second phase training which is. I was a on communicate so to go. Out to use a radio not but you know what I mean and so I was destined for comes. So maybe not all is so far apart as you think. You. Know army to media we basically doing the same thing. So then yeah I was boasted out to Jimmy went out seventeen. Met My now ex way. My kid when I was seventeen. So. We start on the fatherhood on your after kits. Now they're both off German English they live at JEB new Madonna goes to union bellied son goes to high school and beautiful in Jimmy. Yet did tell us to of Iraq one tour of Afghan and what led you to leave the army. awhile I was involved in an ID so I've epilepsy now. Because of injury on so yeah I icon. Epilepsy in a rifle mix. Ni- I imagine. That's not good company. So and then media came calling for you. Well well, you came cooling for media well I. Don't know who, but but I think I'm good at this. I've lived sound a little arrogant now but I think definitely media needed needs people like me. You. Know just the background I don't mean specifically there's nothing particularly special about May. The I mean you don't people from my background's people that didn't you know two Family Income Kofi Union blind you don't we need diversity of vices. We need diversity of thought. So yeah, I think it needed me as much as I needed it. But no so I started off. Is So when Columbia Street back Manchester. I'd spend a lot of time to care and Blah Blah Blah. Back Manchester. On then. Yes. Fell into acting and presented done even. Go too much into that. 'cause it's a problem, a life of China Forget. But yeah, ended up doing presenting things like price drop TV. MTV completely is. Got My own show on sky which was puppies the most watched show on TV. What was that show? Cope the Chris Candido show. I was destined to be an office as well. Then, I made a production guy start up production company. Of. Factual shows such shows like queer three did drama series those on TV code the ends I wrote in direct produced directed quish. Couple of football documentaries champions one about. Munches to CEOS an official release DVD for Manchester, say did one class rages as well? Yeah a Sold the rights to a lot of the shows that came to London on that's how it got into. Sort of. Went into. Media An. Advertising. Agency wouldn't worked a DO DOT com. And partly, Connecticut now. But yeah.

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U.K. medical experts raise nation’s COVID-19 alert level

WTOP 24 Hour News

00:32 sec | 9 months ago

U.K. medical experts raise nation’s COVID-19 alert level

"Britain's chief medical officer's air raising that nation's official covert 19 alert level, meaning the viruses in general circulation and transmission is high. The chief medical officer's of England, Scotland, Wales and Northern Ireland, say cases air rising rapidly and probably exponentially. So they're raising the alert level from 3 to 4 that is the second highest level. Prime Minister Boris Johnson is expected to announce additional restrictions for Britain tomorrow in an effort to slow the spread of the

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UK health advisers say missing school is greater risk than COVID-19

THE NEWS with Anthony Davis

01:23 min | 10 months ago

UK health advisers say missing school is greater risk than COVID-19

"Were doing everything they could to help Nevada. Chief medical offices in the United Kingdom of Said Children's should return to school after the summer holidays warning that missing out on their education posed much bigger risks to them than catching covid nineteen. The red joint statements from the top health advisors to the governments of England Scotland? Wales. And Northern. Ireland represents a boost for British Prime Minister Boris Johnson who has said getting children back to school is a national priority. Confidence in the government's approach to schooling Jerry the coronavirus pandemic took a hit last week when Education Minister Gavin Williamson was forced into an embarrassing u-turn over examination results. Evidence shows that a lack of schooling increased inequalities, reduced opportunities and could exacerbate physical and mental health issues. The statement said. By contrast, there was clear evidence of a very low rate of severe disease in children. Even if they caught covid nineteen, an exceptionally low risk of dying Johnson said, reopening schools in September is a social economic and moral imperative insisting they would be able to operate safely despite the COVID. Nineteen pandemic. Separately England's chief medical officer was

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Trump announces new restrictions to stop spread of coronavirus

1A

00:15 sec | 1 year ago

Trump announces new restrictions to stop spread of coronavirus

"President trump is imposing a thirty day ban on travel from Europe to the United States beginning Friday to contain the spread of corona virus the restrictions do not apply to England Scotland Wales or Northern Ireland and trump says the policy will be adjusted if

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For Scotland and Northern Ireland, a Weakening of Ties

Bloomberg Politics, Policy and Power

00:22 sec | 1 year ago

For Scotland and Northern Ireland, a Weakening of Ties

"Boris Johnsons election victory in the U. K. may help him take Britain out of the European Union but it could threaten the survival of the United Kingdom of England Scotland Wales and Northern Ireland Scotland and Northern Ireland didn't vote for brexit and they didn't join in the conservative landslide that swept neighboring England on Thursday that's fueling demands in Scotland for another vote on

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Brexit - latest news and updates on votes about EU deal

Bloomberg Daybreak

04:02 min | 1 year ago

Brexit - latest news and updates on votes about EU deal

"You know U. K. prime minister Boris Johnsons been left hanging as the E. U. failed to agree on a deadline extension for brexit ambassadors agreed they should accept the British prime minister's request for more time they just couldn't settle on how long he should get let's learn more about this from Bloomberg opinion column Nestor as Rafael joining us now from our London bureau thanks so much for taking the time with us this morning prime minister Johnson won the backing in parliament for the agreement but the timing of all of the still up in the air how does this cloud the outlook not just for markets but for everything else I think it clouds it considerably because the agreement the Johnson got in parliament Tuesday night wasn't wasn't an agreement for his deal as it currently stands it was an agreement in principle to send it to the next stage in which there would be extensive parliamentary scrutiny possibly some amendments that would change it substantially to Johnson knows that to continue through with that process is is risking the deal either getting bogged down getting turned down in the final vote or getting amended beyond all recognition that he probably like the E. you to come back and a lot only a short extension as McCall is sort of of the French president is kind of hinting that he would like in November fifteen date of birth he was very wary of making a decision that would be seen to be interfering with Britain's political process of trying to work out what kind of brexit it wants so I I think most of the betting right now is that the E. you will do this sort of neutral thing and come back with a January thirty first deadline but that either doesn't rule out the possibility that it will try to say offer kind of staged extension on early deadline followed by a later one or do something like that will probably note on Friday when when there is a another meeting of U. ambassadors and in the mean time both Johnson and the opposition labor party need to decide how they will handle any extension I guess I get that we are dealing with less data than we would like to be dealing with when it comes to a decision like this I might my question though is what has the bigger benefit for the U. K. a tight deadline that the French have been pushing for or that months long extension yeah I mean I think that that's a good a good question my view is that the U. K. and needs to scrutiny over this deal it is incredibly complex deal the implementing legislation is full of details that will impact our hold of Britain's relationship with Europe but also the relationship with in Britain between England in Northern Ireland England Scotland Wales and Northern Ireland how the border works how financial transfers to the E. U. work and that deserves a lot of scrutiny so one way or the other that needs to be raked over in parliamentary committees in in the full house and that won't happen immediately if we go straight to new elections which seems to be what many in Johnson's camp want so you know I think this does have to be a decision that's taken within parliament and between the the two main parties rather than the E. U. but how do you decide well obviously impacted and very briefly we only have about a minute left but the flip side of that of course is let's say they do go for that longer extension which would be better for them to factor in all the different data that will be accumulating at the same time that creates even more global uncertainty it does create uncertainty because if Johnson were to win an election in say December and get a parliamentary majority as many project then we've got the likelihood that his deal passes parliament we get brexit shortly after maybe January thirty first and they move on to the next to go she Asians which by the way are the real kind of you know the result brexit saga begins with those negotiations it's not over yet even with even with an election even with the Johnson

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Boris Johnson's plans for Irish border checks threaten Brexit talks

BBC Newshour

08:06 min | 1 year ago

Boris Johnson's plans for Irish border checks threaten Brexit talks

"Rex it now and the British prime minister Boris Johnson says the reality of brexit is that they will need to be customs checks on the island of Ireland after the U. K. these youth and Mister Johnson denies reports that the UK's proposing a series of posts close to the Irish border to carry out customs checks off the brexit the key issue of avoiding a return of a physical infrastructure on the border between the Republic of Ireland which is an E. U. member state and Northern Ireland which will leave the E. U. has its positive the U. K. is the issue that has vexed this country for months question by the BBC's Nick Robinson today the prime minister dismissed some of the reports about a possible hold border in Ireland yesterday at the suggested that there would be a string of border use not only are rich bold but not fall back are you saying that simply isn't true yes that's not what we're proposing a tool you can say. people who think there will be a whole a bold and just a few miles away from the apps in old absolutely you know and then there were very good reasons why that would not be a good idea and I think everybody who's familiar with the situation in in it are the norm now then comes time why we would would pay for but for for for for practical reasons and and also you know for for reasons of sentiment that we typically take the on the star wedding continued questioning about border posts on the Irish border the prime minister said there must be some checks so Minh autumn say there should be no checks anywhere on the island via the net they call the holding of the border they say it will begin to principles Good Friday agreement people say forget made the call to be check somewhere if we're going to be in a different economic arrangements well I'm with the second group Nick because that's just the reality and I think that what we're coming up to now is as it were the critical moment of choice for us as friends and partners apart how we proceed because in the end a sovereign United country must have a single customs territory and when the U. K. withdrawals from the E. U. that must be the state of affairs that we haven't but there are plenty of ways in which we can facilitate north south trade plenty ways which we can address the problem. the U. K. prime minister Boris Johnson speaking to my colleague Nick Robinson what a short time ago I spoke too much talk about Ron who is the managing director of the Eurasia group in Europe it's a political risk research and consulting firm only the U. K. site there is a a suggestion view the details have been leaked all redundant because they come from an old paper from a couple of weeks ago and actually the government is fully committed to also kinda border US possible not a string of customs controls and not actually more detail around these proposals is going to be forthcoming over the course of the next few days so distancing frankly the government's position from the details I will be yesterday now on the European side I think frankly the suggestions the details from yesterday have gone down very badly the Irish government is if if you thought these are essentially equivalent to the kinda plans they would be to implement in a no deal scenario so the idea that the Irish prime minister could sell these in a deal scenario is is friendly politically announced officer in Dublin and then of course the role of the questions and concerns the east side has been talking about for a very long time what's the border fully open that call be controls on the island the filing and all those problems remain so I think the two sides of very far pulse at the moment when you say that the U. K. is distancing itself from what has been leaked is there any suggestion that the leaks form the basis of what the UK government is actually thinking yes they do I think the starting position for the UK government now different to Theresa may is stop brexit create consequences and changes on the island of Ireland not least the return of the border. and what the government is trying to do with its proposal is to soften the border dot will necessarily return is a result of brexit to reason may and had to go she ate all the rope it's had a very different approach in December two thousand and seventeen they committed to essentially no change on the island lies in full status quo and the way they deliver thought was obviously through this box stopping the backstop is is the vehicle that delivers both regulate realignment but also a single customs territory. Johnson now once the U. K. to be in a single customs territory Northern Ireland England Scotland Wales and believe that is absolutely essential for state sovereignty for the U. K. after brexit but obviously creates a north south border albeit one not softened so so the acknowledgement on the pulse of the U. K. government on the Boris Johnson that they will need to be customs checks what is it that we are specifically talking about all the differences in terms of the kinds of goods that are being looked at is agriculture being seen as separate from manufacturing goods actually what's new about the leaks yesterday's more details about how the government believes the border will operate in a world where Boris Johnson delivers an agreement and ultimately a long term vision and the vision of brexit bodies I can tweak how the distal free trade agreement in that unit how does the Irish border operates and the U. K. believes that will need to be controls on either side of the border that regulate power it's not regulate things like rules of origin that there will be a degree of regulate tree equivalent. the European side has many problems with this I think firstly from that perspective you cannot separate how regulations and customs everything on the European side stall and works on the basis of its customs framework so in order for that to be any trade with the E. U. thank you I need to engage with the E. U. customs framework a second big problem is awful the government's proposals to work is very dependent on a lots of exemptions and it's not Claire the easier side is willing to make those exemptions third big problem is it relies on technology in the U. side but very clear about the kind of technology the government is talking about is not going to be ready until the medium term so this gives you a flavor of some of the ideas that are a problem for the ears site based on what the government's currently proposing and in terms of the bigger picture all of approaches and asks you choose we know that the E. U. side to saying that they're willing to continue to talk. since the patience is running thin that if you if you want to start from a base of zero and build something completely new there's very little time to do that I think really now the next few days absolutely critical to the government's plans involving away thought dork feels it can engage in it so I think what we'll see from both sides is this idea of a tunnel when negotiators are such begin a lock themselves away and trying to hammer out a legal text the ultimately results in a deal among European heads of state in a few weeks time at this October European Council so the next few days will give us a sense of whether a tunnel is a realistic possibility or not if it is in the terms of the deal in October increase but I think in order for it to happen Boris Johnson is going to have to be you pretty much fully towards the E. U. position which essentially means keeping all them island in the U. customs territory I think that's difficult for Boris to do. it was a much Tabarrok mon managing director for the Eurasia Group in

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"england scotland wales" Discussed on AM 970 The Answer

AM 970 The Answer

01:53 min | 1 year ago

"england scotland wales" Discussed on AM 970 The Answer

"Town hall dot com contact your thoughts state police say West Texas shooting that killed five people and injured nearly two dozen others began when the suspect was stopped for failing to signal a left turn while driving police said a Dessa finally caught up to the suspect he was shot and killed a movie theater parking lot he is a white male in his mid thirties I don't have a positive identification on him yeah I have an idea who yes so I won't release that information until we're absolutely awesome police have gotten calls there were two shooters but believe there was only one suspect shot at innocent civilians all over a desert according to a statement from the national police which did not offer a motive anti brexit demonstrations across Great Britain an estimated ten thousand people gathered in central London and more than thirty locations throughout England Scotland Wales and Northern Ireland Saturday to show determination to block a new deal brexit the demonstrations were called ahead of what's expected to be a pitch debate in parliament this week as prime minister Boris Johnsons opponents scramble to try to pass legislation that would block him from carrying out brexit October thirty first without an approved withdrawal agreement under rocks to report they just hurricane Dorian closed in on the northern bothers early Sunday threatening to batter the islands with one hundred fifty mile per hour winds pounding waves and director right as people hunkered down in schools churches and other shelters meanwhile was for a way to possibly from Dorian shell number and hardware's Sergio but in Miami just last month they sold about three cheats of plywood this mother was more than two thousand and most of it last week so that we what we did is we bought for truck little of view the expired on Monday and we got him here delivered uses so would mean filling this study by winning including the one this morning there is still room fill up to now Ron Disentis warned residents along the state's densely populated Atlantic coast were not out of the woods yet more of these stories at.

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"england scotland wales" Discussed on Radio Cherry Bombe

Radio Cherry Bombe

05:10 min | 2 years ago

"england scotland wales" Discussed on Radio Cherry Bombe

"We have with the people that produce the wine especially in Tuscany and Piedmont and so we go on a trip and we taste the olive oil we taste the wine we eat. We eat where he'd get on. The bus tastes the olive oil taste wine each Talita de and this goes on. It's very hard work. I can tell you that goes on for about three or four days and one of the trips rose was given an enormous pumpkin because we really celebrate the Pumpkin when it's in season with breath stuffed pasta or soup and so she had this pumpkin that was given to them when she checked in British Airways they wouldn't let her on the plane with the Pumpkin and the only available was a business class club class seat so we always say we went to Konami in the Pumpkin went club story so I love the image of this Pumpkin seatbelt. I assume when you open you using a lot of ingredients that came from Italy yeah. Are you still doing that. Yeah Yeah we have we have I'd like to say that nothing is actually comes by airplane to the River Cafe Eh except for the Mozzarella which is comes zone in from <hes> Naples twice a week because <hes> all our fish and all our meat is sourced within the waters of Great Britain and and the Farms in and England Scotland Wales but if we were to depend on the British agricultural market for our vegetables it would be very very difficult. It's changing we have brought seeds back for certain Catholic narrow. Uh We have Grecchi know eventually we haven't conquered yet we have but also I think British farmers are becoming. We have small market gardeners. We have gardeners who are in their kitchen gardens growing vegetables suppose we have people come to the door and say I have some Pechiney that I picked richmond par but to sustain a restaurant that feeds you know three hundred people today. We can't depend on that so we we have two suppliers that even more the Go-to for the Milan market and bring back the not the Romana artichokes is brexit going to have an effect on the rest are terrified of Brexit. It's IT'S A it's a real worry. I think it'll be probably we don't know the main problem. You don't WanNa get me started on Brexit okay. I only have about two minutes left going yes. I I WANNA ask you. What's it like to be an American of living in England at this particular moment in American history <hes> well? I can answer that because <hes> very often people come up to me and they say especially my American friends. You are so lucky not an orange you happy to be away from the United States this time and my answer is that after thirty years forty years in Britain. I've never wanted to be here more because I feel the only thing that we all have to do is be active the only thing we can do to keep these values that we cherish to be engaged and involved and Dan. I love that you know <hes> website run for it. You know we should we should all you're very young and you should be running for town councillor and school board and whatever you're doing. I think that so I'm trying to do it in my own little way we do. You know we have dinners. We have made as Democrats abroad and I'M GONNA come back for the midterms. Knock on every door thank you. I think we should have been talking about us but I think I got the message from Becca that we were going to be for everyone here that we were going to be sitting down with Ruth Reichel. It just was so exciting because I know her more. I read her book score. May started you know all of us on incredible trajectory of food and you know she's a she's an incredible woman. That's it for today. Show it's always fun to dip into the archives and what a moment to Ruth's under one roof say that three times fast thanks to all of you who attended spoke and volunteered at jubilee twenty eighteen. It was such a special day also thank you to today's sponsors traegergrills lls and Likud on Bleu culinary school. Don't forget we'd love if you could support the hunger doesn't take a break initiative from the Food Bank for New York City Visit Foodbank N._y._C..

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"england scotland wales" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK

NewsRadio KFBK

17:59 min | 2 years ago

"england scotland wales" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK

"Two years service and in two thousand and two he founded the proof owes police reporting UFO sightings database, which caters to serving and retired British police UFO citing reports in sixteen years of research. He has now amassed over four hundred and twenty-five cases involving over nine hundred British police officers. Gary was the former editor of the online publication UFO monthly dot com. As well as the former co editor of UFO data magazine in Washington DC in two thousand ten he was awarded the disclosure award by Steve Bassett PR G group. He is now working on a film about Britain's most famous UFO case the Reynolds from forest incident in December nineteen eighty Gary Heseltine, welcome to coast to coast AM. How are you? I'm fine. Thank you for having me as a guest. My pleasure. Thanks for getting up so early. Now, my word, you you really put it all on the line. You had a quite a career as a police detective. And I mean, did you take early retirement to pursue your interest in UFO's or were you pretty much done with the service? No, no, I could have gone on for another six years. But. By two thousand thirteen I go nearly twenty four years in nineteen years. Detectives and by that time I felt so compelled to move into the US oilfields full-time. Elites offence, shall we say now that I'm religious, but I took Lisa fast. By by my wife fund. We made the decision. Yeah. Let's girlfriend. I created an online magazine. Magazine. Call you a fortune magazine, which is ninety six pages and features many of the top research in the world freeze. Steve Buckley because every two months since two thousand fifteen polish shoes and the next issue is house at the end of February. I don't want to belabor the point. But by leaving early. Did you take a hit on your pension? Yes. I mean, I was. Beaten, the average of the usual full-term, please. Case is what's called fifteen years at maximum pension. Now, I had just three months shelter twenty four years. However, because I'd served six years in the Royal laughs officers a police officer I was able to effectively by number of years and transferred. My pension so independence in tired. Just on the twenty seven years. So it wasn't that big hit. Certainly I did leave some money. Follow of my passion. When you started this database. How did you get the word out to your fellow brothers and sisters in the in the police forces across Britain that you wanted their stories? I was I was very lucky, and I'm sure you've interviewed many guests who will say that this many strange coincidence is a word that I never heard of until I got into the field was the word synchronicity. But I'm sure it's a common word that people use all the time in this field. I'm certainly saw me. There were many synchronised is the I now look think that's more than a coincidence. Book. Couldn't long story short. Where I worked with a big city called leads. I think Britain's biggest city. Believe it or not the editor of a printed magazine called US all magazine, the editor of a guy called Graham Burchill who sadly passed away in two thousand and three only the edge. I think forty nine a tragic loss bridge shoe. Elegy? He's office believe it could've been anywhere. But it was eleven miles away from where I work. So that was just too good enough in B two years before he died, which was two thousand ten thousand three I got to know in my calling in basically, either regionally come back to the old Ray US will screenplay delivered one Sunday afternoon. When the officers close dot stock our friendship I over time. I got to know until pretty well not last two years of his life. And when I the idea for the first place, that's the best. He was somebody. I could approach and say, look, I've I've decided to create a database for British reports. Would you let me publish in your magazine? Now that time I never. Published? Anything anybody? So this is a massive fail to be in a publication that you can grow into any big news agent that Michelle so he liked the idea immediately because he liked the idea that I was still serving detective, which he so I've been credibility to the subject. I'm dot is in a sense. Why I became involved in the first place to try to bring some of my background to the credibility angle. So he said, yeah. Okay. He's right. Your article show in January two thousand two I will my very first anyway. And it was published and that was a massive thrill any still highlights. Four hundred and twenty-five cases over four hundred and twenty-five cases in in sixty years. I'm gonna I'm gonna shoot you messengers the research. Yeah. I sent you a new bio fan because those guys are out today. The current talk is over five hundred and fifty cash is going back to nineteen hundred one believe it or not evolving, the one thousand one hundred British police officers, so significant change the nine hundred that you mentioned, but never mind. Well, my point is though that one might say that doesn't seem like a whole lot. I'm wondering how much of that has to do with the fact that the under-reporting because I'm guessing the fraternity likes to close ranks, and they might not look kindly on police men and women talking to you about this sort of thing. Absolutely. And the the two biggest reasons why police officers already shallow say professional person worldwide doesn't come forward is as long as to save risks. They do and to the ridicule of factors that is attached to this subject, obviously called by the Robertson tunnel decision in fifty three. Those are the prime and over the years is doing research. News fantasy saliva architects doctors. Oh, tell me they're on UFO style is all say, I could never go public with this because it would affect my practice, my business exception. And I always kind of think that the Robertson panel legacy, which is what mendaciously well from the debunking side of things does what. Well, as terrible stigma on genuine people who same things and genuinely wanted to report. And then were faced with this ridicule factor that should have never been. But it's now become mole to say this certainly in the United States, your excetera, and as a very detrimental effect. You know, when we when we talk about one thousand one hundred police officers for country of sixty five million. It's not a lot the police basically only the best in the world. Any country, but the sightings and accounts and like America's the size of America. It's the tip of an iceberg. I know of many American cases, but I think given the population then must be hadn't thousand cases out that it's never been done Jesus sham because the idea that at least after based in every country would be good like it would be a great of a pilot best military, citing their best ricocheting. And I think if we'd in a sense could go back and rewrite the last sixty years of seventy s research, right? If we have people. Those initiatives in those areas to establish them. Proven to the world. But you. Visitations ES, which I said. The bunkers the skeptics say, well, we make too much of this. This claim that the police, and and airline pilots are are trained observers disabuse disabuse the skeptics and the bunkers of that that we take that we make too much of this idea that they're trained observers. Well, I totally disagree with that. I am the battalions with all special report before. Flew blue, especially fourteen which featured the research intelligence, you think fifty fifty five basically said that the higher the quality of the reporter even the best qualified witness, especially like pilots, the more. I recall was people infallible. Yes. A cost. They are both you know pilots for of always been my favorite Casey's on this subject because with all the millions of dollars a pound spent so light training, if they don't know what they're looking at especially if it's multiple pilots, which is often the cash man that is something wrong, especially if it's confirmed on ground dead. Now police officers I am not as high as I don't think. However, they do have a way of reporting things and not based certainly Britain. Which is obviously what I talk about. You are taught to go to anything and the sensually begin to I'm allies it, right? See the chronological logical where you do that. Because he's written up for caught your statement, people don't write their own statements and England's police obsessed questions they get count. They right now. Ulcerations missions what other to get it? Right. Blackie signed off. So it's nice set and structured way for call system and police officers know that someday, no. Kind of sane, and I would say whether the US for anything in the back of their mind. They're making a mental note to the time. The mental no less surrounded and windy right now, the council will be much more detailed than the average member of the public. So I totally disagree with the skeptic notion. This notion only gets time because in a sense the media the mainstream media. Then the opportunity to do. So. And again, though, a legacy is the Robertson panel. We work with any form of media subject. So if we really didn't have all of these years, he would have been fine different world. And so that's really where the sketchy gets the opportunity to make these ludicrous plan that actually a Rayleigh has challenged by mainstream commentators simply because the mainstream. I'm mum anchorwoman doesn't have the necessary knowledge on UFO's and facts and figures and history to actually become the referee to say, well, actually, make sense because of the battalion, blah, blah, blah. They don't have that knowledge. I think this will turn in time as we move closer to a genuine and knowledge. With over five hundred cases is there is there one that still leaves you to steal a British expression gobsmacked. This. There's there's many cases I mean, we're talking these are not just single officers. I think last counts about sixty eight percent of all those five of the fifty catches. I'm multiple police. Witness catches, I two almost there are many cases which two five six eight one case. Twenty four officers enrolled, many looking at objects from different geographical position and tracking it over vast distances. So I have a personal favorite and belong to a policeman a uniformed policemen called every Raymond story that I sometimes quote when I'm asked for favor, and basically this happened. I think in nineteen seventy nine. These rural area probably about sixty miles away from fifty central London rural area pot. With two vehicles and two of the police officer so Beckley three please. Three police officers, and they do it at three in the morning. I'm just having a child and then suddenly on the arising a long way, basically a slush. They look pretty so brave pay really. The I'm talking then about five minutes later. And this is always the thing. If you can imagine this head an object. So the only appears in front of them that's an altitude of only five hundred feet about five hundred seats away from them. So that's all you know, rural sexy is extremely close and the size of football field. Eighty scanning the terrain. We the beam of light moving left to right now. The key thing with issues. They don't see the object crunch. There's no noise, whatsoever, massive platform and the object just. Like switching on a light bulb. Certainly now, can you imagine that you'll vary? Whole talking civilly light bowl. Object. Besides the football field is that they're all amazed as you would be nobody's talking one of the things should I think? No. I don't think I should because really feel. I watch these subject for several minutes. Gumming Litteraire in Tokyo silence. Very very close to that position. Now, what's even more? Imagine every says there was around six smaller objects. Flying around the large object kidding to move shit type of scenario. Basically, they watched this subject incredulous as you would. And then suddenly like a light bulb. Gum. Totally gone the left or right. Oh. Oh, no nice just disappears. And I think the duration was about four minutes. So in those circumstances, I always think I can kind of you know, with special effects. Now, you see all the time. You can just imagine how that would look on screen now, subjects certainly. She says very closely apparition, I'm there. I always been probably my favorite guests to me. What makes the police eyewitness accounts? So compelling so credible is well one as you mentioned that they do this at great peril to their careers. And Secondly, imagine at the end of a shift if you make the decision if they make the decision they're going to report this they're looking at several hours of paperwork. I'm guessing. Well, you would you would think that it's the police force dealt with the subject seriously. But historically, certainly in England Scotland Wales they every small town village had a little police station. We a number of police officers, and this was long before the police two regional.

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"england scotland wales" Discussed on News Radio 1190 KEX

News Radio 1190 KEX

15:51 min | 2 years ago

"england scotland wales" Discussed on News Radio 1190 KEX

"And it goes every two months. Thousand fifteen thirty four issues. And the next issue is at the end of February. I don't want to belabor the point. But by leaving early. Did you take a hit on your pension? Yes. I mean, I was. The average of the usual Fulton. Please pension UK's is what's called fifteen years. Maximum pension at now, I had just three months shelter. Plenty full years. However, because I'd says the six years in the Royal laugh is a police officer. I was able to effectively by number of years and transferred my pension. So in the pension tired just from the twenty seven years. So it wasn't that big a hit. But certainly I I did lose some money. Full of my passion when you started this database. How did you get the word out to your your fellow brothers and sisters in the in the police forces across Britain that you wanted their stories? I was I was very Lookie. And I'm sure you've interviewed many guests who will say that. There's been many strange coincidences would that. I never heard of until I got into the field was the word synchronicity. But I'm sure it's a common word that people use all the time in this field. I'm certainly sold me. There were many synchronised is the now look back and think. That's more than a coincidence. Could in a long story short where I worked was in a big city called leads. I think Britain's biggest city believe it all know, the editor of a printed magazine called the US all mega-city with the editor of a guy called great birds. So who sadly passed away in two thousand and three only the age, I think forty nine tragic loss bridge shoe? Elegy? He's office believe it in any way. But it was eleven miles away from where I would. So that was just too good enough. Two years before he died. Two thousand September two thousand and three I got to know calling in and basically I originally contacted in old rate US little screenplay. Delivered one Sunday afternoon. Officers close that staff friendship. I all the time. I got to know until you well, not last two years of his life, and when I idea for the people's place database. He was somebody I could approach and say look how about besides dear to create database for British reports. Would you let you publish in your magazine now that time? Never published anything in anybody. Anyway. So this is a massive fail to being a publication that you could go into any big news agent that show. So he liked the idea immediately because he likes the idea that I was still serving detective she saw added credibility to the subject is in a sense. Why I became involved in the first place to try to bring something of my background to the credibility. Angle. So he said, okay, you write your show in January two thousand and two. I wilt my very first article anyway, and it was published and that was a massive thrill any still highlights one of my handling four hundred and twenty-five cases over four hundred and twenty-five cases in in six years. I'm gonna I'm gonna shoot you messengers the research. Yeah. I sent you a new bio and because those figures are out today. The current Tarpley's over five hundred and fifty is going back to nineteen hundred one believe it or not evolve over one thousand one hundred British police officers, so significant change the nine hundred that you mentioned, but never mind. Well, my point is though that one might say that doesn't seem like a whole lot. I'm wondering how much of that has to do with the fact that the under-reporting because I'm guessing the fraternity likes to close ranks, and they might not look kindly on police men and women talking to you about this sort of thing. Oh, absolutely. And the the two biggest reasons why please self sues already shallow, say professional person. Will why doesn't come forward is as long to save risks evacuated. Do and to the ridicule. That is attached to this subject, obviously caused by the Robertson panel decision in fifty three. Those are the primaries over the years doing research news fantasy people is that I could take doctors. Oh, tell me they're on US. Also, all say, I could never go public with this because it would affect my practice, my business exception. And I always kind of think that the Robertson panel legacy, which is what mendaciously well from the daunting side of things. He does what? As well as less, terrible stigma on genuine people who I've seen things and genuinely wanted to resolve them. Then were fast with this ridicule factor that should have never seen. Heats? But it's now become mole to say certainly in the United States, your pick cetera, and as a very detrimental effect. You know, when we talk about one thousand one hundred police officers for. Consi of sixty five million. It's not a lot. Pretty pleased batch basis we only the best in the world. Any country that that those sightings and accounts and like in America is the size of America. It's the tip of an iceberg. And I know of many American cases, but I was think given the population then must be heavy thousand cases out there. But it's never been done. Which is a shame because we the idea that at least in every country would be good like it would be a great a pilot data best military, citing their best reconciling. And I think he's we'd in a sense could go back and rewrite the last sixty years seventy as UFO research worldwide. If we don't people. Initiatives in needs to those areas. Think we've proven to the world, but UFO's realty is visitations. Yes, which I certainly believe the bunkers the skeptics say, well, we make too much of this. This claim that the police and airline pilots are are trained observers disabuse disabuse the skeptics and the bunkers of that that we take that we make too much of this idea that they're trained observers. Well, I totally disagree with. I am the challenge. Resolve special palton before. Flu bluebills, especially saute, which featured the research. I think fifty four fifty five basically said that the higher the quality of the report. I even the qualified witness, especially like pilots, the more you recall was people intolerable. Yes. A cost. They are both you know pilots for neom always been my favorite on this subject because with all the millions of dollars pound spent till mess light training, if they don't know what they're looking at especially if it's multiple pilots, which is often the case. Man, there is something wrong, especially concerned on ground dead matter. Now police officers I not as high as I don't think, however, they do have a way of reporting things and not based certainly Britain. Which is obviously what I talk about. You are taught to go to anything and essentially begin to analyze it. Right. What you see or chronological logical where you do that because it is written for caught your statement, people don't write their own standards and England's police stress questions. They get found. They liked it down. They ask you any alterations emissions or whatever. To get it. Right. Blackie signed off. So it's done in a certain structured way for with call system and police officers know, some they know that when I go to any kind of same, and I would say whether the US for anything in the back of their mind and making a mental note of the time. Mental no, less surrounded and windy right now, the council will be much more detail beyond rich member of the public. So I totally disagree with the skeptic notion. And this. Notion only gets time because in a sense the media the mainstream media. Then the opportunity to sell that sagana legacy is the Robertson tunnel. We would with any form of media people subject. So we really didn't have all of these years. You would have been found different world and. So that's really where the two gets the opportunity to make these ludicrous claims that actually a really as a challenged by mainstream commentators simply because mainstream. I'm I'm I'm woman doesn't have the necessary knowledge on UFO's and facts and figures and history to actually become the referee to say, oh, actually make sense because of the battalion, blah, blah. They don't have that knowledge. I think will turn in time as we move closer to a genuine and knowledgeable. With over five hundred cases is there is there one that still leaves you to steal a British expression gobsmacked. There's many cases I mean, we're talking these are not just single officers. I think the last count about sixty eight percent of all those five of the fifty caches. I'm multiple police witness catches, I to all know, there are many cases, which is two five six eight in one case twenty four officers involved many looking at objects from different geographical position and tracking it over vast distances. So. I have a personal favorite belong to a policeman a uniformed policemen called every Raymond story that I sometimes quote when I must've favor, and basically this happened. I think nineteen Seventy-nine nine in a rural area and probably about sixty miles away from central London rural area popped up with two of the vehicles and two of the police officer so Beckley three please. Three police officers, and they do it. Three in the morning. I'm just having a child, and then suddenly horizon a long way. They see a slush. They look pretty saw. Fidel really any the carry on talking then about five minutes later. And this is always the thing that if you can imagine the CBO head objective, certainly appears in front of them that's an altitude of only five hundred feet about five hundred feet away from them. So therefore, you know rural. Secondly, she's extremely close. And this this is a football field. Eighty scamming the terrain. We the beam of light moving left to right now. The key thing with issues. They don't see the object. There's no noise whatsoever. My platform object just like switching on a light bulb. Now. Can you imagine that you're there? Talk civilly lightbulb huge object. Besides the football field is that they're all amazed as you would be nobody's talking one of them things. Should I think? No. I don't think I should because they're going to really feel. I may watch the subject for several minutes coming terrain total silence. Very very close to that division. Now. What's even more? Every says there was around six smaller objects. Flying around the lodge object kid into a movie type of scenario. Basically, they watch the subject incredulous as you would. And then suddenly like a light bulb. Gum. Totally gone the less, right? Oh, no nice just disappeared. And I think the direction was about four minutes. So in those circumstances. I I always think I can kind of. You know with special effects? Now, you see all the time. You can just imagine how that would look on screen now subjects certainly huge pay very close. And I think that's always been probably my favorite guests to me. What makes the police eyewitness accounts? So compelling so credible is well one as you mentioned that they do this at great peril to their careers. And Secondly, imagine at the end of the shift if you make the decision if they make the decision they're going to report this they're looking at several hours of paperwork. I'm guessing. Well, you would you would think that if the police force they'll with the subject seriously, historically, certainly in England Scotland Wales they every small town village had a little police station with a number of police officers, and this was long before the big police stations the.

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"england scotland wales" Discussed on WTVN

WTVN

09:37 min | 2 years ago

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"We when we talk about one thousand one hundred police officers for country of sixty five million. It's not a lot. Pretty false police. That's basically the only the best in the world. Any country that that does signs and accounts? And like in America is the size of America. It's the tip of an iceberg. And I know of many American cases. But I think given the population must be haven't thousand cases out there. It's never been done with Jesus shame. Because the the idea that at least that's based in every country would be good like it would be a great a pilot database military, citing their best. And I think he's we'd in a sense could go back and rewrite the last sixty years of seventy a USO reset worldwide if we people. Those initiatives in needs to those areas to establish that be. Proven to the world. But UFO's really is visited which I certainly believe. The bunkers the skeptics say, well, we make too much of this. This claim that that police and airline pilots are are trained observers. Disabuse us disabuse the skeptics and the bunkers of that that we take that we make too much of this idea that they're trained observers. Well, I totally disagree with that. I am the battalion's if you recall special reporting before blue especially fourteen which feeds the research, fifty four fifty five basically said that the higher the quality of repulsive. I either Becca qualified witness, especially like pilots, the more accurate the recall was people infallible. Yes. A cost. They are both, you know, Tyler. I've always been my favorite on this subject because with all the millions of dollars a pound spend, so mess like training, if they don't know what looking at especially if it's multiple pilots, which is often the case, then there is something wrong, especially concerned on ground that Ebola. Miranda. Now police officers, I know as high as I don't think they do have a way of reporting things and not based certainly Britain. Which is obviously what I talk about. You are taught to go to anything and essentially begin to analyze it. Right. What you see or chronological logical way you do that because it is written up for caught your statement, people don't write their own standards and England police have stress questions, they get mccown. They write it down. They ask if there's any alterations emissions or whatever to get it. Right. Blackie signed off. So it's in a sit and structured way for with call system and police officers know, some they know that when I go to any kind of same, and I would say whether the US for anything in the back of their mind and making a mental note to the time a mental no less surrounded and windy, right? The council will be much more detailed than the average member of the public. So I totally agree with the skeptic notion. And this notion only gets time because in a sense the media the mainstream media. Then the opportunity to do. So that's again legacy is the Robertson panel. We would with any form of media subject. So if we really didn't have that all things as he would have been found different world. So that's really where to get the opportunity to make these ludicrous claims that actually a rarely as a challenged by mainstream tests is simply because mainstream. I'm I'm I'm woman doesn't have the necessary knowledge on UFO's and facts and figures history to actually become the referee to say, well, actually, make sense because of the battalion, blah, blah, blah. They don't have that knowledge. I think this will turn in time as we move closer to a genuine acknowledgement that ET's with over five hundred cases is there is there one that still leaves you to steal a British expression gobsmacked. There's many cases I mean, we're talking these are not just single officers. I think the last count about sixty eight percent of all those five hundred and fifty catches. I'm multiple police. Witness catches, I although there are many cases, which is two five six eight. It won't cash is twenty four officers involved. Many looking at objects from different geographical positions and tracking it over vast distances. So I have a personal favorite belong to a policeman a uniformed policemen called Raymond, and he's a story that I sometimes quote when I must've favor, and basically this happened like in nineteen seventy nine in a rural area and. Probably about sixty miles away from central London rural area, and he's pot up with two vehicles and two of the police officer so badly three please. Three police officers, and they they do at three in the morning and just having a child and then suddenly on the arising a long way. They see a slush. They look. But so brave Fidel really any attention to it. The carry I'm talking then about five minutes. Let's. This is always the thing that if you can imagine list in your head object. So the only appears in front of them that's an altitude of only five hundred feet about five hundred seats away from them. So therefore, you know, rural sexy is extremely close and the size of football field. Eighty scamming the terrain we the beam of life. Moving left to right now. The key thing with is. They don't see the objects across there's no noise whatsoever. It's a massive platform the object just like switching on a light bulb. Not much that you're there. Talking to Adnan, civilly lightbulbs huge object. Besides the football field is that they're all amazed as you would be nobody's talking one of them thinks should I report things. No. I don't think I should because they're gonna feel. I may watch the subject for several minutes with terrain total silence. Very very close to that position. Now. What's even more amazing? Eric says there was around six mall or objects flying around the lodge object kid into a movie type of scenario. Basically, they watch the subject in fragile as you would. And then suddenly like a light bulb. He's gone. Totally gone to the left or right. Oh, no nice. Just disappears. And I think the direction was about four minutes. So in those circumstances. I I always think I can kind of, you know, special effects now that we see all the time. You can just imagine how that would look on screen now. It'd be subjects certainly the huge. Suddenly it pays very close. And I think that's probably my favorite test to me. What makes the police eyewitness accounts? So compelling so credible is well one as you mentioned that they do this at great peril to their careers. And Secondly, imagine at the end of a shift if you make the decision if they make the decision they're going to report this they're looking at several hours of paperwork. I'm guessing. Well, you would you would think that it's the police force dealt with the subject seriously, historically, certainly in England Scotland Wales they every small town village had a little police station with a number of police officers, and this was long before the big police stations the regional.

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"england scotland wales" Discussed on Newsradio 1200 WOAI

Newsradio 1200 WOAI

15:23 min | 2 years ago

"england scotland wales" Discussed on Newsradio 1200 WOAI

"Pension. Now, I had just three months shelter. Plenty full years. However, because I six years in the ROY laughs offers a police officer I was able to effectively by number of years and transferred. My pension so independent tired just on the twenty seven years. So it wasn't that big hit, certainly. Yes. I did lose some money. Full of my passion when you started this database. How did you get the word out to your your fellow brothers and sisters in the in the police forces across Britain that you wanted their stories? I was I was very Lookie. And I'm sure you've interviewed many guests who will say that been many strange coincidences a word that I had never heard of until I got into the field was the word synchronicity. But I'm sure it's a common word people use all the time in this field. I'm certainly for me. There were many synchronised is now look back and think that's more than coincidence. Could in a long story short where I worked in a big city called leads. Britain's biggest city believe it or not the editor of the printed magazine called the USO with the editor of a guy called Graham birds. So who sadly passed away in two thousand and three only the edge. I think forty nine tragic loss to follow Jay. He's also believe it could've been anywhere in the eight. But it was eleven miles away from where? So that was just too good enough. Two years before he died, which was two thousand September two thousand and three. I got to know calling in. And basically, I originally come touch old Ray US will screenplay. Sunday afternoon when the office was closed about stock, you'd Dalla friendship. I over time. I got to know him pretty well not last two years of his life. And when I idea for the people's place, he was somebody. I could approach and say, look how about this idea to create a dancer bashful. British pulse. Would you let me publish in your magazine that time I never published anything in any magazine? Anyway. So this is a massive fail to being a publication that you could go into any big news agent that Michelle so he liked the idea immediately because he liked the idea that I was still serving detective she saw been credibility to the subject is in a sense. Why I became involved in the first place to try to bring some of my background to the credibility angle too. So he said, yeah. Okay. You write your article show in January two thousand two. My very first article anyway, and it was published and that was a massive thrill any still highlights one of my four hundred and twenty-five cases over four hundred and twenty-five cases in in sixteen years. I'm gonna I'm gonna shoot messengers the research. I sent you a new bio fan because those are algebraic. The current top over five hundred and fifty is going back to nineteen hundred and one believe it or not. Evolving, although one thousand one hundred British police officers, so significant change the nine hundred that you mentioned, but never mind. Well, my point is though that one might say that doesn't seem like a whole lot. I'm wondering how much of that has to do with the fact that the under-reporting because I'm guessing the fraternity likes to close ranks, and they might not look kindly on police men and women talking to you about this sort of thing. Oh, absolutely. And the the two biggest reasons why police officers or any shallow say professional person will ride. Doesn't come forward is is to save risk Vaccari interest. I do and to the ridicule. Studies attached to this subject, obviously caused by the Robertson panel decision in fifty three. Those are the prime and over the years doing research, a lot of people is that I could take doctors. Oh, tell me on UFO style is all set. I could never go public with this because it would affect my practice, my business exception. And I always kind of think that the Robertson panel legacy, which is what the mendaciously well from the king side of things. He does. Well, as less terrible stigma on genuine faithful who I've seen things and genuinely wanted to report them then were faced with this ridicule factor that should have never been. Lake, and, but it's now become mole to say this certainly in the United States, your pick cetera, and as a very detrimental effect. You know, when we when we talk about one thousand one hundred police officers for country of sixty five million. Pretty please batch based she's the only the best in the world. Any country that that does play scientists and accounts? And like in America is the size of America. It's the tip of an iceberg. And I know of many American cash, but I was being given the population must be having thousand cases out there. It's never been done Sam because the the idea that at least exhibition every country would be good like it would be great a pilot data best military, citing their best reconquering. And I think he's we'd in a sense could go back and rewrite the last sixty years of seventy eight four research worldwide if we people. Those initiatives in needs to those areas. Chris bullish third on proven to the world. But UFO's really is which I certainly believe. The debunk the skeptics say, well, we make too much of this is claim that the police and airline pilots are are trained observers. Disabuse disabuse the skeptics and the bunkers of that that we take that we make too much of this idea that they're trained observers. Well, I totally disagree with that. I recall special report and before. Bluebills especially fourteen which the research, I think fifty fifty five basically said that the higher the quality of the report. I either the Brexit qualified. Witness, especially like pilots, the more the recall was people intolerable. Yes. A cost. They are both you know pilots for me. I've always been my favorite fish is on this subject because with all the millions of dollars the pound spend till mess like training, if they don't know what they're looking at especially if it's multiple pilots, which is often the case. Is something wrong, especially if it's concerned on ground bad able now police officers, I am not as high as I don't think. However, they do have a way of reporting things and not based certainly Britain. Which is obviously what I can talk about. You are taught to go to anything and essentially begin to analyze it. Right. We feel chronological logical where you do that because it is written up for caught your statement, people don't write their own standards and England police stress questions they get found. They liked it down. Ask if there's any alterations emissions or whatever to get it. Right. Blackie signed off. So it's done in a sentence should way full call system and police officers. No, not some they know that when I go to any kind of same, and I would say whether the US for anything in the back of their mind and making a mental note of the time mental no that surrounded and windy, right? The council will be much more detail outreach member of the public. So I totally agree with the skeptic mansion. And this notion only gets time because in a sense the media the mainstream media if if the opportunity to do so and that's the game though. I guess is the Robertson panel we were with any form of media people subject. So if we really didn't have that all the things he would have been found different world. And so that's really where the scepter gets the opportunity to make these ludicrous claims that actually rarely challenged by mainstream commentators simply because mainstream. I'm I'm I'm a woman doesn't have the necessary knowledge on UFO's and facts and figures history to actually become the referee and say, oh, actually make sense because of the battalion, blah, blah, blah. They don't have that knowledge. I think this will turn in time as we move closer to a genuine and knowledge. With over five hundred cases is there is there one that still leaves you to steal a British expression gobsmacked. There's many cases I mean, we're talking these are not just single officers. I think the last count about sixty eight percent of all those five hundred fifty catches multiple police witness cases, I know, there are many cases which two five six eight. It won't cash is twenty four officers involved. Many looking at objects from different geographical position and tracking it over vast distances. So I have a personal favorite belong to a policeman a uniformed policemen called every Raymond story that I sometimes quote when I must've favor, and basically this happened. I think in nineteen seventy nine we rural area and. Probably about sixty miles away from central London rural area and these pot up with two vehicles and two of the police officer so Beckley three please. Three police officers, and they do they do it three in the morning. I'm just having a shop. And then suddenly on the arising a long way, they see a slush. They look, but he's so brave really any attention to it. The I'm talking then about five minutes left. I'm always the thing that if you can imagine head objective, certainly appears in front of them that's an of only five hundred faith about five hundred feet away from them. So therefore, you know, rural second is extremely close. And this the size of football field. Eighty styling the to read. We the beam of light moving left to right now. The key thing is they don't see the object crunch. There's no noise whatsoever. Be platform the object just. Like the switching on a light bulb. Now, can you imagine that you're very? Stephon talking civilly lightbulb huge object. Besides the football fields is that they're all amazed as you would be nobody talking one of them things. Should I think? No. I don't think should because they're gonna really feel. I may watch the subject for several minutes. Mitterrand tokyo. Silence. Very very close to that division. Now. What's even more Nansen? Eric says. Was around six. Smaller objects flying around the lodge object kidding to move the ship type of scenario. Basically, they watched be subject incredulous as you would. And then suddenly like a light bulb. Gone. Totally gone to the left or right. Oh, no nice. Just disappears. I think the direction was about four minutes. So in those circumstances. I always think I couldn't kind of you know, with special effects. Now, you see all the time. You can just imagine how that would look on screen now. Let me subjects certainly huge. Suddenly it pays very close. There. I think that's probably my favorite test to me. What makes the police eyewitness accounts? So compelling credible is well one as you mentioned that they do this at great peril to their careers. And Secondly, you imagine at the end of the shift if you make the decision if they make the decision they're going to report this they're looking at several hours of paperwork guessing. Well, you would you would think that it's the police force dealt with the subject seriously, historically, certainly in England Scotland Wales they every small town village had a little police fashion with a number of police officers, and this was long before the big PlayStations, the regional.

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"england scotland wales" Discussed on WHAS 840 AM

WHAS 840 AM

15:16 min | 2 years ago

"england scotland wales" Discussed on WHAS 840 AM

"However because I six years. He knew only lasts offers a police officer. I was able to effectively by number of years and transferred. So in the pension tired just from the twenty seven years. So it wasn't that big a hit. But certainly, yes, I I did leave some money. That's full of my passion when you started this database. How did you get the word out to your fellow brothers and sisters in the in the police forces across Britain that you wanted their stories? I was I was very lucky, and I'm sure you've interviewed many guests who will say that many strange. Coincidence is a word that I have never heard of until I got into the field was the word synchronicity. But I'm sure it's a common word that people use all the time in this field. And certainly saw me there were many synchronised is the I now look back and think not nickel incidence book could in a long story short. Where I worked was in a big city called leads. Britain's biggest city believe it or not the editor of a printed magazine called the US all magazine, the editor of a guy called Graham burchell who sadly passed away in two thousand and three only the edge. I think forty nine and a tragic loss rich. He's office believe it could've been anywhere in the k, but it was eleven miles west where. So that was just too good enough in the two years before he died, which was thousand September two thousand and three I got to know calling in. And basically I originally contacted in over eight US wellspring play delivered one Sunday afternoon. When the officers close that staff, did Allah friendship I over time. I got to know him pretty well not last two years of his life. And when I had the idea for the place database. He was somebody I could approach and say, look how about this idea to create a database for British thought, would you let me publish in your magazine. Now at that time, I never published anything in anybody. Anyway. So this is a thrill to be in a publication that you could go into any big news. Edge that is Michelle. So he liked the idea immediately because he the idea that I was still serving detective which he saw credibility to the subject. I'm dot is in a sense why I became involved in the first place to try to bring something of my background to the credibility angle. So he said yet. Okay. You write your article show in January two thousand and two. I wrote my very first article anyway, and it was published and that was a massive thrill any still highlights of my life. One of my four hundred and twenty-five cases over four hundred and twenty-five cases in in six. I'm gonna I'm gonna shoot messengers the research. Yeah. I sent you a new bio and because those figures are out today. The current Tarpley's over five hundred and fifty cash is going back to nineteen hundred one believe it or not evolving over one thousand one hundred British police officers, so significant change the nine hundred that you mentioned never mind. Well, my point is though that one might say that doesn't seem like a whole lot. I'm wondering how much of that has to do with the fact that the under-reporting because I'm guessing the fraternity likes to close ranks, and they might not look kindly on police men and women talking to you about this sort of thing. Oh, absolutely. And the the two biggest reasons why police officers already shallow said professional persons worldwide doesn't come forward. This is wanted to see risks vacuous. I do and to the vicuna factors that is attached to this subject, obviously caused by the Robertson panel decision in fifty three. Those are the primary over the years is doing research. News Fanta, faithful allies that architects doctors oh, tell me on US also all say, I could never go public with this because it would affect my practice. My business exception. And I always kind of think that the Robertson panel legacy, which is what tremendous Lee well from the king side of things. He does what? Well, as a terrible stigma on genuine people who are same things and genuinely wanted to report. Then were faced with this ridicule faster than it should have never been so many stars. Place. And but he's now become mole to say, certainly in the United States, your excetera, and is that a very detrimental effect. You know, when we when we talk about one thousand one hundred police officers for country of sixty five million. It's not a lot. Pretty false police badge. Basically only the best in the world. Any country that that does play scientists and accounts and like in America is the size of America. It's the tip of ice Berg, and I know of many American cases, but I would think given the population then must be heaven Townsend cases out there. But it's never been done. Because the the idea that at least in every country would be good like it would be great of a pilot to best military citing their best ricocheting. And I think he's we'd in a sense could go back and rewrite the last sixty years seventy as UFO research, why if we people take those initiatives in each of those areas to establish I we've proven to the world UFO's, a really neat is visited the which I certainly believe. The bunkers the skeptics say, well, we make too much of this. This claim that the police and airline pilots are trained observers disabuse disabuse the skeptics into bunkers of that that we take that we make too much of this idea that they're trained observers. Well, I totally disagree with that. I recall special report in the fourteen flew blue, especially Paul fourteen which featured the research. I think fifty four fifty five basically said that the higher the quality of the report. I either Becca qualified witness, especially like pilots, the more the recall was people infallible. Yes. A cost. They are both you know pilots for neom always say my favorite Casey's on this subject because with all that millions of dollars a pound spent a mess like training, if they don't know what they're looking at especially if it's multiple pilots, which is often the case. Then there is something wrong, especially concerned on ground dead Ebola Radha now police officers, I know this high as I don't think, however, they do have a way of reporting things and not based certainly Britain. Which is obviously what I talk about. You are taught to go anything and essentially begin to analyze it. Right. You see or in a chronological logical way you do that because it is written up for caught your statement, people don't write their own standards and England's police questions. They get an account. They liked it down. Alterations emissions. What whatever to get it. Right. Signed off. So it's done in a certain way for call system and police officers know, some they know that when I go. And I would say whether the US for anything in the back of their mind. They're making a mental note to the time mental no less surrounded and windy right now, the council will be much more detail than the average member of the public. So I totally agree with the skeptic notion. And this notion only gets time because in a sense the media the mainstream media. If then the opportunity to do. So again of a legacy is the Robertson panel. We would with any form of media subject. So if we really didn't have all the these it would have been found different world and. So that's really where to get the opportunity to make these ludicrous claims that actually a rarely challenged by mainstream commentators simply because the mainstream. I'm mum anchorwoman doesn't have the necessary knowledge on UFO's facts and figures history to actually become the referee to say, well, actually, make sense because of the battalion, blah, blah, blah. They don't have that knowledge. I think makes little in time as we move closer to a genuine acknowledgement. With over five hundred cases is there is there one that still leaves you steal a British expression gobsmacked. There's there's many cases I mean, we're talking these are not just single officers. I think the last count about sixty eight percent of all those five hundred fifty caches I'm multiple police witness catches. I know there are many cases, which is two five six eight. In one case is twenty four officers involved. Many looking at objects from different geographical position and tracking it over vast distances. So I have a personal favorite belong to a policeman a uniformed policemen cold every Raymond story that I sometimes quote, and I must for favor and basically this happened in nineteen seventy nine. These a rural area and. About sixty miles away from central London rural area pops up with two of the vehicles and two of the police officer so Beckley three please. Three police officers, and they do it at three in the morning and just having a child and then suddenly on the arising a long way, basically a slush. They look at. He saw fair really any since said the carry on talking then about five minutes later. And this is always the thing that if you can imagine all head object. So the mly appears in front of them that's an altitude of only five hundred feet about five hundred seats away from them. So that's all rural sector is extremely close and the size of a football field. Idi stabbing. The to read. We the theme of life moving left to right now. The key thing with issues. They don't see the objects crunch. There's no noise whatsoever. It's a massive platform. The object just like the switching on a light bulb. Sibling. Now, can you imagine that you're talking to wedding and Sibley lightbulb huge object? Besides the football field is that they're all amazed as you would be nobody's talking. One of the things should I? No, I don't think I should. Ridiculous. I watched the subject for several mini coming with terrain. Tokyo. Silence. Very very close to that. Now. What's even more than says that there was? Around six molar objects flying around the large object. Into a movie shit type of scenario. Basically, they watch the subject incredulous as you would. And then suddenly like a light bulb. Gone. Totally gone to left or right. Oh, no nice. Just disappears. And I think the duration was about four minutes. So in those circumstances, I I always think I can kind of you know, with special effects. Now, you see all the time. You can just imagine how that would look on screen now subjects. So maybe she says very closely apparitions. I think that's always been probably my favorite guests to me. What makes police eyewitness accounts? So compelling so credible is well one as you mentioned that they do this at great peril to their careers. And Secondly, you imagine at the end of shift if you make the decision if they make the decision they're going to report this they're looking at several hours of paperwork. I'm guessing. Well, you would you would think that it's the police force they'll with the subject seriously, but historically certainly in England Scotland Wales every small town village had a little police station with a number of police officers, and this was long before the big police stations.

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"england scotland wales" Discussed on KGO 810

KGO 810

16:52 min | 2 years ago

"england scotland wales" Discussed on KGO 810

"Because every two months we've done since two thousand thirteen polish shoes and the next issue out at the end of February. I don't want to belabor the point. But by leaving early. Did you take a hit on your pension? Yes. I mean, I was. The average of the usual led to the full, please. He's what's called thirteen years. Get your maximum pension. Now, I had just three months shelter. Plenty full years. However because I'd six years in the ROY last sauces a police officer I was able to effectively by a number of years and transferred pensions. So in the pension tired that just on the twenty seven years. So it wasn't that big a hit. But certainly, yes, I I did lose some money. That's follow. My passion. When you started this database. How did you get the word out to your fellow brothers and sisters in the in the police forces across Britain that you wanted their stories? I was I was very lucky, and I'm sure you've interviewed many guests who will say that many strange. Coincidence is a word that I have never heard of until I got into the field was the word synchronicity. But I'm sure it's a common word that people use all the time in this field. I'm certainly sold me. There were many synchronicity is the I think. That's more than a coincidence. Could in a long story short where I worked was in a big city called leads. Britain's biggest city believe it or not the editor of a printed magazine called the US all mega city with the editor of a guy called Graham burchell who sadly passed away in two thousand and three only the age, I think forty nine in a tragic loss, rich shoe. He's also believe it could've been anywhere in the u k, but it was eleven miles away from where I live. So that was just too good enough. Two years before he died, which was two thousand September two thousand and three. I got to know him. I started calling in basically, I originally contacted in over a US little screenplay. Delivered one Sunday afternoon. When the office was closed that stuff you Dallas. I over time. I got to know him pretty well not last two years of his life. And when I idea for the pre false police database. He was somebody I could approach and say look about this idea to create a database for British reports. Would you let me publish in your magazine? Now at that time, I never published anything in any magazine. Anyway. So this is a massive fail to being a publication that used to go into any big news agent. That is Michelle. So he liked the idea immediately because he likes the idea that I was still serving detectives he saw added credibility to the subject. I'm dot is in a sense. Why I became involved in the first place to try. To bring something of my background to the credibility and goals. So he said yet. Okay. You write your article show in January two thousand and two. I wrote my very first article anyway. And it was published and that was a massive thrill any still highlights one of my four hundred and twenty five cases over four hundred and twenty-five cases in in six years. I'm gonna I'm gonna shoot messengers the research. Yeah. I sent you a new bio and because those guys are out of that. Yes. The current talk is over five hundred and fifty cash is going back to nineteen hundred one believe it or not involving all the one thousand one hundred British police officers, so significant change the nine hundred that you mentioned, but never mind. Well, my point is though that one might say that doesn't seem like a whole lot. I'm wondering how much of that has to do with the fact that the under-reporting because I'm guessing the fraternity likes to close ranks, and they might not look kindly on police men and women talking to you about this sort of thing. Oh, absolutely. And the the two biggest reasons why please self sues already, I say professional person will wide doesn't come forward. Is. There is one to see risk that they do and to the ridiculous. That is attached to this subject. Obviously called by the Robertson panel decision in fifty three. Those are the primary over the years is doing research a lot of people is that architects doctors. Oh, tell me on UFO also is all set I could never go public with this because it would affect my practice at my business exception. And I always kind of think that the Robertson panel legacy, which is what mendaciously well, some they don't king side of things. He does members. Well, as less terrible stigma on genuine people who are same things and genuinely want to report them then were faced with this ridicule factor that should have never been. Starkly? And but he's now become mole to say. If certainly in the United States your picks after. As a very detrimental effect. When we when we talk about one thousand one hundred police officers for country of sixty five million. It's not pretty. False bay. She's the only the best in the world. Any country that that does sightings and accounts? Like in America the size of America. It's the tip of an iceberg. And I know of many American cases, but I would think given the population then must be having thousand cases out there. It's never been done with Jesus shame. Because the the idea of at least, that's we country would be good. It would be a great a pilot database military citing that ricocheted. And I think if we'd in a sense could go back and rewrite the last sixty years seventy four research worldwide, if we have people. Those initiatives in each of those areas to establish them. I think we'd be more fair. Proven to the world that they're UFO's realty is which I certainly believe. The bunkers the skeptics say, well, we make too much of this. This claim that that police and airline pilots are are trained observers. Disabuse disabuse the skeptics into bunkers of that that we take that we make too much of this idea that they're trained observers. Well, I totally disagree with that. I am the battalions with all special report and before blue blue, especially fourteen which feeds the research. I think fifty four fifty five basically said that the higher the quality of the repulsive. I the Becca qualified witness, especially like pilots, the more the retort was people intolerable. Yes. A cost. They are both. You know pilots have always been my favorite Stacy's on this subject because with all the millions of dollars of pounds spent so mess like training, if they don't know what they're looking at especially if it's multiple pilots which often the cash. Then there is something wrong especially concerned on grounds. Ebola read uh. Now, I not as high as I don't think, however, they do have a way of reporting things and not based certainly Brenton which is obviously what I can talk about. You are taught to go to anything the sensually begin to analyze it. Right. You see or a chronological logical where you do that. Because he's written up for caught your statement, people don't write their own standards and England's police obsessed questions. I get count liked it down. Alterations emissions whatever to get it, right and many Blackie signed off. So it's done in a certain structured way for call system and police officers know that they know that when I go to any kind of sane. And I would say whether the US for anything in the back of their mind, making a mental note to the time then make a mental that surrounded and windy, right? Gotta council will be much more detailed than the average member of the public. So I totally agree with the skeptic notion. And this notion only gets time because in a sense the media the mainstream media. Then the opportunity to do. So that's again, a legacy is the Robertson panel. We work with any form of media subject. So if we really didn't have that all things would have been found different world. And. So that's really where to get the opportunity to make these ludicrous claims. Actually, a Rayleigh as a challenged by mainstream commentators simply because the mainstream. I'm I'm I'm woman doesn't have the necessary knowledge on UFO's and facts and figures and history to actually become the referee to say, well, actually, make sense because of the battalion, blah, blah, blah. They don't have that knowledge. I think makes will turn in time as we move closer to a genuine knowledge that UT's with over five hundred cases is there is there one that still leaves you to steal a British expression gobsmacked. There's many cases. I mean, we're talking not just senior officers. I think lots counts about sixty eight percent of all those five hundred and fifty catches. I'm multiple police. Witness catches, I to all there are many cases, which is two five six eight in one case this twenty four officers involved many looking at objects from different geographical position and trucking over vast distances. So I have a personal favorite, and they belong to a policeman a uniformed policemen called every Raymond and he's a story that I sometimes quote when I must've favor, and basically this happened. I think in nineteen seventy nine. In a rural area and probably about sixty miles away from central London a rural area, and he's pot up with two of the vehicles. I'm two of the police officer so Beckley three please. Three police officers, and they they at three in the morning and just having a child and then suddenly the arise and a long way. Why only arises they see a slush? They look pretty saw Fidel really any since you carry on talking then about five minutes later. And this is always the thing that if you can imagine this in your head objective, certainly appears in front of them that's an altitude of only five hundred feet about five hundred feet away from them. So therefore, you know, rural second this is extremely close and the size a football field. Eighty scamming the to read. We the beam of light moving left to right now. The key thing with issues. They don't see the object approach. There's no noise whatsoever. It's a massive platform object. Just. Like switching on a light bulb. Certainly not margin that you're talking to Adnan, Sidley lightbulbs huge object. Besides the football field is that they're all amazed as you would be nobody's talking one of them things. Should I then thinks no I don't think I should because we're gonna ridiculous. I watch these subjects for several mini the terrain focus. Silence. Very very close to that position. Now, what's even more amazing? Eric says that there was. Round six smaller objects. Flying around the large object to a movie type of scenario. Hey, they watch this subject incredulous as you would. And then suddenly like a light bulb. Gone totally gone the left or right. Oh, no nice disappears. And I think the direction was about four minutes. So. In those circumstances. I I always think I couldn't kind of you know, with special effects now that you see all the time. You can just imagine how that would look on screen now, maybe subject Salihi, she says, very close. And I think that's probably my favorite guests to me. What makes the police eyewitness accounts? So compelling so credible is well one as you mentioned that they do this at great peril to their careers. And Secondly, I imagine at the end of a shift if you make the decision if they make the decision they're going to report this they're looking at several hours of paperwork. I'm guessing. Well, you would you would think that it's the police force dealt with the subject seriously, historically, certainly in England Scotland Wales they every small town village had a little police station with the number of police officers, and this was long before the big police stations the regional police station. Small police stations have gone totally different world. Now, I'm sorry. I gotta jump in here. Excuse the interruption. We'll take a quick time out. Come back and continue to delve into proof owes police reporting UFO sightings database with Gary Heseltine right here on coast to coast AM find out more about tonight's guest. Log on to coast to coast AM dot com. You.

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"england scotland wales" Discussed on 600 WREC

600 WREC

15:57 min | 2 years ago

"england scotland wales" Discussed on 600 WREC

"The world Stanton freeze. Buses and because every two months. Since two thousand fifteen thirty polish shoes and the next issue out at the end of February. I don't want to belabor the point. But by leaving early. Did you take a hit on your pension? Yes. I mean, I was. The average of the usual the Fulton. Please is what's called thirteen years. Maximum pension. Now, I had just three months shelter. Plenty full years. However, because I served six years in the ROY laugh officers a police officer, I was able to effectively by a number of years and transfer my pension so in the pension tired just from the twenty seven years. So it wasn't that big a hit. But certainly, yes, I I did lose some money. That's just follow my passion when you started this database. How did you get the word out to your your fellow brothers and sisters in the in the police forces across Britain that you wanted their stories? I was I was very lucky, and I'm sure you've interviewed many guests who will say that. There's been many strange coincidence is a word that I have never heard of till I got into the field was the word synchronicity. But I'm sure it's a common word people use all the time in his field. I'm certainly saw me. There were many synchronised is I now. Nickel. Incidence. Couldn't long story short. Where I worked was in a big city called leads. I think Britain's biggest city believe it all know, the editor of printed magazine called the US all magazine, the editor of a guy called Graham burchell who sadly passed away in two thousand and three only the edge. I think forty nine on a tragic loss rich. He's office believe it could be anywhere in the u k, but it was eleven miles away from where? So that was just too good enough. In the two years before he died, which was two thousand September two thousand and three. I got to know calling in and basically either regionally contacted in over a US wellspring screenplay delivered one Sunday afternoon when the officers close about staff ala friendship, I over time I got to know him pretty well, not last two years of his life. And when I idea for the first place database, he was somebody. I could approach and say look how 'bout decided to create a dance bashful. British reports would you let me publish in your magazine. Now at that time, I never published anything in any magazine. Anyway. So this is a massive fail to be in a publication that you can go into any big news agency that Michelle so. He liked the idea immediately because he liked the idea that I was still serving detectives he saw credibility to subject dot is in a sense. Why I became involved in the first place to try to bring something of my background the credibility ongo. So he said yet. Okay. He's write your article show in January two thousand and two. I wrote my very first article anyway, and it was published and that was a massive thrill any still highlights. Four hundred and twenty-five cases over four hundred and twenty-five cases in in six years. I'm gonna I'm gonna shoot you messengers the research. I sent you a new bio and because those figures are out of debt. Tarpley's over five hundred and fifty is going back to nineteen hundred one believe it or not all. The one thousand one hundred British police officers, so significant change the nine hundred you mentioned never mind. Well, my point is though that one might say that doesn't seem like a whole lot. I'm wondering how much of that has to do with the fact that the under-reporting because I'm guessing the fraternity likes to close ranks, and they might not look kindly on police men and women talking to you about this sort of thing. Oh, absolutely. And the the two biggest reasons why police officers already shallow said professional fashion worldwide doesn't come with this issue to see risks decorators. I do and to the ridicule of that is attached to this subject, obviously caused by the Robertson panel decision in fifty three. Those are the prime reasons and over the years is doing research. News fantasy football is that I could take doctors. Oh, tell me on US also is all say, I could never go public with this because it would affect my practice, my business exception. And I always kind of think that the Robertson panel legacy, which is what mendaciously well from the Don King side of things. He does what? Tremendous, well, as less terrible stigma on genuine people who are saying things and genuinely wanted to report them. Then were faced with this really cool factor that should have never been historically. And but he's now become mole to say this certainly in the United States, your pick cetera, and as a very detrimental effect. You know, when we when we talk about one thousand one hundred police officers for country of sixty five million. It's not a lot. Pretty false police badge. Basically only that's the best in the world. Any country that that does play scientists and accounts and like in America is the size of America. It's the tip of an iceberg. And I know of many American cases, but I would think given the population. There must be ten thousand cases out there, but it's never been done Jesus sham because the the idea that at least that's based in every country would be good like it would be a great a pilot database military, citing their best ricocheting. And I think if we'd in a sense could go back and rewrite the last sixty years or seventy as UFO research worldwide if we people. Those initiatives needs to those areas to establish them. I think we've proven to the world, but UFO's really neat is visiting which I certainly believe. The bunkers the skeptics say, well, we make too much of this. This claim that the police and airline pilots are are trained observers disabuse disabuse the skeptics and the bunkers of that that we take that we make too much of this idea that they're trained observers. Well, I totally disagree with that. I recall special potent before flu blue, especially fourteen which featured the research. I think fifty four fifty five basically said that the higher the quality of the repulsive. I either the veteran qualified witness, especially like pilots, the more recall was people infallible. Yes. A cost. They are both. You know pilots for them of always been my favorite Stacy's on this subject because with all the millions of dollars a pound spent a mess like training, if they don't know what they're looking at especially if it's multiple pilots, which is often the case. Man that is something wrong especially concerned on grounds. Now police officers I am not as high as I don't think. However, they do have a way of reporting things and not it's biggest certainly in Britain. Which is obviously what I talk about are taught to go to anything and essentially begin to. I'm Elisa, right? See the chronological logical way you do that. Because it is written up for caught your statement, people don't write their own standards and England's police officers questions. I get count down. They ask you. He's any alterations emissions or whatever. To get it. Right. Signed off. So it's done in a certain way full call system and police officers know, some they know that when I go to any kind of same, and I would say whether the US for anything in the back of their mind and making a mental note to the time it a mental no less surrounded when day right now, the council will be much more detail than the average member of the public. So I totally agree with the skeptic notion. And this notion only gets time. Because in a sense the media the mainstream media. If then the opportunity to do. So again of a legacy is the Robertson tunnel. We would with any form of media subject. So we really didn't have all would have been found different world and. So that's really where the to gets the opportunity to make these ludicrous claims that actually a rarely challenged by mainstream commentators simply because the mainstream. I'm I'm I'm woman doesn't have the necessary knowledge on UFO's and facts and figures history, so actually become the referee to say, well, actually, make sense because of the battalion, blah, blah, blah. They don't have that knowledge. I think this will turn in time as we move closer to a genuine knowledge. With over five hundred cases is there is there one that still leaves you steal a British expression gobsmacked. This. There's there's many cases I mean, we're talking these are not just single officers. I think the last count about sixty eight percent of all those five of the fifty caches multiple police witness catches, I to almost there are many cases, which just two five six eight it won't cash. This twenty four officers involved. Many looking at objects from different geographical position and tracking over vast distances. So I have a personal favorite belong to at least a uniformed policemen called every Raymond, and it's a story that I sometimes quote and I'm for favor, and basically this happened. I think in nineteen seventy nine. These in a rural area and probably about sixty miles away from central London rural area, and these pops up with two vehicles and two of the police officer so Beckley three please. Three police officers, and they do it. It's three in the morning. I'm just having a shop. And then suddenly on the a long way, they see a slush. They look pretty saw brave Fidel, really. The carrier. I'm talking then about five minutes later. And this is always the thing if you can imagine this in your head. So the only appears in front of them that's an altitude of only five hundred feet about five hundred feet away from them. So therefore, you know rural. Secondly, she's extremely close and the size of football field. Scamming the to read. We the beam of light moving left to right now. The key thing with is. They don't see the object crunch. There's no noise whatsoever massive platform. The object just like switching on a light bulb. Now, can you imagine that you'll little? Little talking to wedding and Sibley. Lightbulb huge object. Besides the football field is that they're all amazed as you would be nobody's talking one thinks should I think? No. I don't think I should. Because I I may watch the subject for several minutes gumming veteran total silence very very close to that division. Now. What's even more amazing? Every says they was. Around six molar objects. Flying around the line object to move the type of scenario. They watched the subject incredulous as you would. And then suddenly like a light bulb. Totally gone the left or right. Oh, no nice disappears. And I think the duration was about four minutes. So. In those circumstances. I I always think I can kind of you know, with special effects. Now, you see all the time. You can just imagine how that would look on screen now subjects certainly very close. Apparition? I think that's always been probably my favorite guests to me. What makes police eyewitness accounts? So compelling so credible is well one as you mentioned that they do this at great peril to their careers. And Secondly, you imagine at the end of the shift if you make the decision if they make the decision they're going to report this they're looking at several hours of paperwork. I'm guessing. Well, you would you would think that it's the police force dealt with the subject seriously. But historically, certainly in England Scotland Wales they every small town village how they little police station with a number of police officers, and this was long before the PlayStation two regional police.

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"england scotland wales" Discussed on KOA 850 AM

KOA 850 AM

15:52 min | 2 years ago

"england scotland wales" Discussed on KOA 850 AM

"And because every two months we've done. Since two thousand fifteen hundred shoes and the next issue out at the end of February. I don't want to belabor the point. But by leaving early. Did you take a hit on your pension? Yes. I mean, I was. Beaten, the average of the usual led to the term, please pension UK's. He's what's called fifteen years. Maximum pension. Now, I had just three months shelter. Plenty full years. However because I'd serve the six years in the ROY laughs offer a police officer. I was able to effectively by number of years and transfer my pension so independent in Pawtucket that just on the twenty seven years. So it wasn't that big hit. Certainly I I did lose some money. That's just follow my passion when you started this database. How did you get the word out to your your fellow brothers and sisters in the in the police forces across Britain that you wanted their stories? I was I was very lucky, and I'm sure you've interviewed many guests who will say that. There's been many strange is a word that I never heard of until I got into the field was the word synchronicity. And but I'm sure it's a common would people use all the time in this field. I'm certainly told me there were many synchronised is the I now look back and think that's more than a coincidence. Could in a long story short where I worked in a big city called leads. Britain's biggest city believe it or not the editor of a printed magazine called the US all mega-city with the editor of a guy called Graham burchell who sadly passed away in two thousand and three only the edge. I think forty nine a tragic loss follow. He's also believe it. Could've been anywhere in the us. But it was eleven miles away from where I live. So that was just too good enough. In the two years before he died. Which was two thousand September two thousand and three. I got to know calling in and basically either regionally contacted in over eight US whistle screenplay that I live in one Sunday afternoon. When the office was closed about staff, Dallas friendship I over time. I got to knowing pretty well not last two years of his life. And when I obey idea for the people's place database. He was somebody. I could approach and say look about this idea to create a dancer basketball British. Pause. Would you let me publish in your magazine? Now at that time, I never published anything in any magazine. Anyway. So this is a massive fail to being in a publication that you go into any big news agent. That is Michelle. So he liked the idea immediately because he idea that I was still serving detective, which he so been credibility to the subject. I'm dot is in a sense why I became involved in the first place to try to bring some of my background to the credibility ongo policy. So he said, okay, you write your article show in January. Two thousand two I wrote my very first article anyway, and it was published and that was a massive thrill any still highlights. Four hundred and twenty-five cases over four hundred and twenty-five cases in in sixteen years. I'm gonna I'm gonna shoot you messengers via research. I sent you a new bio and because those are algebraic. The current top over five hundred and fifty caches going back to nineteen hundred one believe it or not evolving over one thousand one hundred British police officers, so significant change the nine hundred that you mentioned. Never mind. Well, my point is though that one might say that doesn't seem like a whole lot. I'm wondering how much of that has to do with the fact that the under-reporting because I'm guessing the fraternity likes to close ranks, and they might not look kindly on police men and women talking to you about this sort of thing. Oh, absolutely. And the the two biggest reasons why police officers already shallow say professional person will wide doesn't come forward with this is to see risk evacuated. Due to the ridicule that is attached to the subject, obviously caused by the Robertson panel decision in sixty three. Those are the prime reasons over the years doing research, a lot news Santa people is that architects doctors. Oh, tell me they're on US. Also, all say, I could never go public with this because it would affect my. At my business exception. And I always kind of think that the Robertson panel legacy, which is what mendaciously well from the wanting side of things who does what? Well, as a terrible stigma on genuine people who are saying things and genuinely wanted to report them then were faced with ridicule factor that should have never been so many stars place. But it's now become all certainly in the United States, your excetera cetera, and as a very detrimental effect. You know, when we when we talk about one thousand one hundred police officers for a country of sixty five million smelled a lot. Pretty false police basis. We only the best in the world. Of any country that stalls please scientists and accounts. And like in America the size of America. It's the tip of an iceberg. And I know of many American. But I was being given the population must be having Townsend cases out there, but it's never been done with a sham because the the idea the at least answer back in every country would be good like it would be a great a pilot database military, citing their based reconciling. And I think he's we'd in a sense could go back and rewrite the last sixty years of seventy as we said, well, if we want people to take those initiatives needs to those areas stablishment. I think we'd be fair proven to the world really UFO's. Eighteen. S which I certainly believe. The bunkers the skeptics say, well, we make too much of this. This claim that that police and airline pilots are are trained observers disabuse disabuse the skeptics and into bunkers of that that we take that we make too much of this idea that they're trained observers. Well, I totally disagree with that. I am the challenge to recall special reporting before. Flew blue especially Paul fourteen which fates, the research, I think fifty four fifty five basically said that the higher the quality of the report, and I. The qualified witness, especially like pilots, the more the result was people infallible. Yes. A cost. They are both. You know pilots for have always been my favorite is on this subject because with all the millions of dollars a pound spent till mess like training, if they don't know what they're looking at especially if it's multiple pilots, which is often the cash. Is something wrong. Especially if it's concerned on ground dead now, please stop says, I am not as high as I don't think. However, they do house a way of reporting things and not best certainly Brenton, which is obviously what I can talk about. Taught to go to anything and essentially begin to analyze it. Right. Chronological logical where you do that because it is written up for caught your statement, people don't write their own standards and England's police obsessed questions. They get count it down any alterations emissions or whatever. To get it. Right. Blackie signed off. So it's done in a certain way for this call system and police officers know that some they know that when I go to any kind of same, and I would say whether the US for anything in the back of their mind that making a mental note to the time. The mental no less surrounded. I'm Wendy right now, the council will be much more detailed than the average member of the public. So I totally agree with the skeptic mansion. And this notion only gets time because in a sense the media the mainstream media. Give them the opportunity to do. So. And that's again, though, a legacy is the Robertson panel. We would with any form of media subject. So if we really didn't have that all the things would have been found different world and. So that's really where to get the opportunity to make these ludicrous claims. Actually, a rarely challenged by mainstream commentators simply because the mainstream. I'm I'm woman doesn't have the necessary knowledge on UFO's and facts and figures history to actually become the referee to say, well, actually, make sense because of the battalion Sotoudeh, blah, blah, blah. They don't have that knowledge. I think this will turn in time as we move closer to a genuine acknowledgement that UT's with over five hundred cases is there is there one that still leaves you to steal a British expression gobsmacked. There's many cases I mean, we're talking these are not just single officers. I think the last counts about sixty eight percent of all those five hundred fifty catches. I'm multiple police. Witness catches, I two almost there are many cases which two five six eight one cash is twenty four officers involved. Many looking at objects from different geographical position and tracking it over vast distances. So I have a personal favorite belong to a policeman a uniformed policemen called every Raymond and he's a story that I sometimes and I must've favor and basically this happened. I think in nineteen seventy nine. Seen a rural area and probably about sixty miles away from central London rural area, and he's up. With two of the vehicles. I'm two of the police officer so badly three please. Three police officers, and they do they do at three in the morning. And just having a shop. And then suddenly on the arising a long way is basically a slush. They look I saw brief don't pay attention to it. I'm talking then about five minutes later. And this is always the thing that if you can imagine in your head an object. So then Lee appears in front of them that's an altitude of only five hundred seats about five hundred seats away from them. So therefore rural sexy is extremely close and the size of a football field. Eighty scamming the to read. We beam of light moving left to right now. The key thing were this is they don't see the object approach. There is no noise, whatsoever massive platform the object just. The switching on a light bulb. Sibling appears now. Can you imagine that you'll very, Nicole? Talking to wedding and light lightbulbs huge object. Besides the football field is that they're all amazed as you would be nobody's talking one of them thinks should I think? No. I don't think I should because we're gonna is. I may watch these subjects for several minutes. The terrain in total silence. Very very close to that division. Now. What's even more than every says there was around six smaller objects? Flying around the lodge object to move the shit type of scenario. Basically, they watched the subject incredulous as you would be. And then suddenly light lightbulb. Gone. Totally gone to the left or right. Oh, no nice. Just disappears. And I think the direction was about four minutes. So in those circumstances. I I always think I couldn't kind of you know, with special effects now that we see all the time. You can just imagine how that would look on screen man, subjects certainly. That she pays very close. And I think that's always been probably my favorite to me. What makes police eyewitness accounts? So compelling so credible is well one as you mentioned that they do this at great. Peril to their careers. And Secondly, imagine at the end of a shift if you make the decision if they make the decision they're going to report this they're looking at several hours of paperwork. I'm guessing. Well, you would you would think that it's the police force dealt with the subject seriously. But historically, certainly in England Scotland Wales they every small town village had a little police station with a number of police officers, and this was long before the big police stations the regional police.

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"england scotland wales" Discussed on KFI AM 640

KFI AM 640

18:18 min | 2 years ago

"england scotland wales" Discussed on KFI AM 640

"Or not assured of earning a prophet or avoiding a loss and declining markets. KFI AM six hundred forty more stimulating talk. Gary Heseltine is a retired British police detective with over twenty two years service and in two thousand and two he founded the proof owes police reporting UFO sightings database, which caters to serving and retired British police UFO citing reports in sixteen years of research. He has now amassed over four hundred and twenty-five cases involving over nine hundred British police officers. Gary was the former editor of the online publication UFO monthly dot com. As well as the former co editor of UFO data magazine in Washington DC in two thousand ten he was awarded the disclosure award by Steve Bassett's, P R G group. He is now working on a film about Britain's most famous UFO case the Reynolds from forest incident in December nineteen eighty Gary Heseltine, welcome to coast to coast AM how. Are you? Fine. Thank you. My pleasure. Thanks for getting up so early. Now, my word, you you really put it all on the line. You had a quite a career as a police detective. And I mean, did you take early retirement to pursue your interest in UFO's or were you pretty much done with the service? No, no, I done for another six years. But I two thousand fifteen I've done nearly twenty four years in the police nineteen years. Detectives and. By that time. I felt so compelled to move into the US Littlefield full-time. I took a leap of shall we say now that I'm religious to say by my wife, we made the decision. Yeah. Let's go for it. I created an online magazine a magazine, call your magazine, which is six pages and pages many of its research in the world Stanton freeze dole shave Buffy every month. Since two thousand fifteen shoes. The next issue is at the end of February. I don't want to belabor the point. But by leaving early. Did you take a hit on your pension? I mean, I was. The average of the usual fulltime, please. Called fifteen years. Maximum pension. Now, I had three months shelter. Plenty full years. However, because I served six years in the ROY last fall a police officer, I was able to effectively by a number of years and transfer benches. So in the pension tired just from the twenty seven years. So it wasn't that big hit, certainly. Yes. I I did lose some money. That's all of my passion. When you started this database. How did you get the word out to your fellow brothers and sisters in the in the police forces across Britain that you wanted their stories? I was very lucky, and I'm sure you've interviewed many guests who will say that. There's been many strange coincidences would that. I have never heard of until I got into the field was the word synchronicity. But I'm sure it's a common word that people use all the time in this field. I'm certainly told me there were many synchronised is the I now. Oh, that's more than a coincidence. Could in a long story short. Where I worked was in a big city called leads. Britain's biggest city believe it or not the editor of a printed magazine called with the editor of a guy called Graham burchell who sadly passed away in two thousand and three only the HIV forty nine tragic loss rich fellowship. He's office believe it could've been anywhere in the UK. But it was eleven miles west. So that was just too good enough in B two years before he died, which was to September two thousand and three. I got to know calling in basically either regionally contacted in over a little screenplay delivered one Sunday afternoon. When the officers close that stuff Dallas. Friendship. I over time. I got to know him pretty well not last two years of his life. When I had the idea for the first place that he was somebody. I could approach and say look how about this idea to create a database for British. You would you let me publish in your magazine. Now at that time. I never published anything in anybody. Who's anyway? So this is a thrill to be a in a publication that he's going to any big news agency, Michelle. So he liked the idea to me because he likes the idea that I was still serving detectives he saw I've been credibility to the subject. I'm dot is in a sense. Why became involved in the first place to try to bring something of my background credibility. So he said, okay. He's right. You're right. Show in January. Two thousand and two. I wrote my very first anyway. And it was published and that was a massive thrill any still highlights one of my four hundred and twenty-five cases over four hundred and twenty five cases in in six. I'm gonna I'm gonna shoot you messengers the research. I sent you a new bio and because it gives our out today. The code talk over five hundred and fifty is going back to nineteen hundred and one believe it or not evolving over one thousand one hundred British police officers, so significant change the nine hundred that you mentioned, but never mind. Well, my point is though that one might say, you know, that doesn't seem like a whole lot. I'm wondering how much of that has to do with the fact that the under-reporting because I'm guessing the fraternity likes to close ranks, and they might not look kindly on police men and women talking to you about this sort of thing. Oh, absolutely. And the two biggest reasons why police officers already shallow say professional person will ride doesn't come forward is as long as to save risk veterans. I do and to the ridicule that is attached to this subject. Obviously caused by the Robertson panel decision in fifty three. Those are the prime reasons and over the years is doing research. News people alive out architect doctors. Oh, tell me they're on UFO. Also all say, I could never go public with this because it would affect my practice. My business exception. And I always kind of think that the Robertson panel legacy, which is what mendaciously well from the debunking side of things. He does. What? As less terrible stigma on genuine people who I've seen things and genuinely wanted to report them then were faced with this ridiculed factor that should have never been. But he's now become mole to say certainly in the United States. Your after. I got a very detrimental effect. You know, when we when we talk about one thousand one hundred police officers for country of sixty five million. It's not a lot. Pretty bad. The only that's the best in the world. Any country that that does play sightings and accounts and like in America's size of America tip of an iceberg. And I know of many American cases, but I would think given the population. Then must be ten thousand cases out there. It's never been done Jesus sham because the the idea that at least ads based in every country would be good like it would be a great of a pilot to best military citing their best ricocheting. And I think he's we'd in a sense could go back and rewrite the last sixty years or seventy as a UFO said like if we have people. State bills initiatives in those areas to establish them. Third on proven to the world. But UFO's realty is which I certainly believe. Debunked. The skeptics say, well, we make too much of this is claim that the police and and airline pilots are are trained observers. Disabuse disabuse the skeptics into bunkers of that that we take that we make too much of this idea that they're trained observers. Well, I totally disagree with that. I am the battalion's recall special thought and before flew flew, especially fourteen which research too. I think. I think fifty school fifty-five basically said the higher the quality of the repulsive, I either Becca qualified witness, especially like pilots, the more the result was people infallible. Yes cost. You know pilots for neom always been my favorite dishes on this subject because with all the millions of dollars pounds spent on that like training that if they don't know what they're looking at especially if it's multiple pilots, which is often the cash is something wrong, especially concerned on grounds. Ed. Now police officers I not as high as I don't think however, they do have a way of reporting things. Certainly britain. Which is obviously what I can talk about. Ratto to go to anything on the sensually begin to analyze it. Right. You see or a chronological logical way you do that because it is written up for caught your statement, people don't write their own standards England's specimens I get count down. Is any alterations emissions or whatever to get it? Right. Blackie signed off. So it's done in a certain way for call system. I'm police officers. No, they know that when I go to any kind of sane, and I would say whether the US for anything in the bucket. Making a mental note of attack mental. No that surrounded when day, right? Gotta council will be much more detailed than the average member of the public. So I totally agree with the skeptic notion. And this notion only gets an time because in a sense the media the mainstream media. Give them the opportunity to do. So that's again, no legacy is the Robertson panel. We will work with any form of media subject. So if he really didn't have all of these. As it would have been found different world. And. So that's really where the skip to gets the opportunity to make these ludicrous plan. Actually, a Rayleigh as a challenged by mainstream commentators simply because the mainstream. I'm I'm I'm woman doesn't have the necessary knowledge on UFO's and facts and figures and history, so actually become the referee to say, well, actually, he's up to make sense because of the battalion, blah, blah, blah. They don't have that knowledge. I think this will turn in time as we move closer to a genuine acknowledgement. With over five hundred cases is there is there one that still leaves you to steal a British expression gobsmacked. There's many cases I mean, we're talking these are not just single officers. I think the last count about sixty eight percent of all those five hundred fifty catches multiple police witness catches. I know there are many cases which two five six eight it won't cash. This twenty four officers involved. Many looking at objects from different geographical position and tracking it over vast distances. So I have a personal favorite belong to a policeman a uniform policemen called every Raymond and he's a story that I sometimes quote for favor. And basically this happened in nineteen seventy nine. In a rural area and probably about sixty miles away from central London a rural area, and he's pops up with two of the vehicles two of the police officer, so Beckley three please. Three police officers and they were at three in the morning. I'm just having a shop. And then suddenly on the arising a long way, they see a slush. They look pretty saw. They don't really any cinci to carry on talking. Then about five minutes later. And this is always the thing that if you can imagine this head object. So the only appears in front of them that's an altitude of only five hundred feet about five hundred feet away from them. So therefore in a rural setting this is extremely close. And it's the size of football fields and eighty scamming the to read. We the beam of light moving left to right now. The key thing with issues. They don't see the object crunch. There's no noise whatsoever massive platform. The object. Just switching on a light bulb. Certainly not penny margins that you're there. Talking to Adnan, Sidley lightbulb huge object. Besides the football field is that they're all amazed as you would be nobody's talking one of them things. Should I report it? No. I don't think I should because they're going to repeal and they watch the subject for several minutes. The terrain total silence. Very very close to that position. Now, what's even more? Imagine every says there was around six smaller objects flying around. To a movie shit type of scenario. Basically, they watched the subject incredulous as you would. And then suddenly like a light bulb. Gum. Totally gone to the left or right. Oh, no nice. Just disappears. And I think the restrooms about four minutes. So in those circumstances. I I always think I can kind of special effects now that you see all the time. You can just imagine how that would look on screen now, maybe subjects certainly this huge. Very closely after I'm there. I think that's always been probably my favorite guests to me. What makes police eyewitness accounts? So compelling so credible is well one as you mentioned that they do this at great peril to their careers. And Secondly, imagine at the end of the shift if you make the decision if they make the decision they're going to report this they're looking at several hours of paperwork. I'm guessing. Well, you would you would think that it's the police force dealt with the subject seriously, historically, certainly in England Scotland Wales they every small town village had they little police station with a number of police officers, and this was long before the big PlayStation two regional police.

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"england scotland wales" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM

WCBM 680 AM

16:53 min | 2 years ago

"england scotland wales" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM

"Goes every two months we've done since two thousand fifteen thirty polish shoes. And the next issue is out at the end of February. I don't want to belabor the point. But by leaving early. Did you take a hit on your pension? Yes. I mean, I was. The average of the usual for the full Fulton. Please pension UK's is what's called thirteen years. Maximum pension. Now, I had just three months shelter. Plenty full years. However because I'd serve six years in the ROY last sauces police officer I was able to effectively by number of years and transferred my pension. So in the pension tired just from the twenty seven years. So it wasn't that big a hit. But certainly I I did lose some money. That's just follow my passion when you started this database. How did you get the word out to your fellow brothers and sisters in the in the police forces across Britain that you wanted their stories? I was I was very lucky, and I'm sure you've interviewed many guests who will say that many strange coincidences would that I have never heard of until I got into the act if you of Holyfield was the word synchronicity, but I'm sure it's a common wed people use all the time in this field. I'm certainly told me there were many synchronised is the now look back and think that's that's more than a coincidence. Could in a long story short where I worked was in a big city called leads. I think Britain's biggest city believe it or not the editor of a printed magazine called the US all mega city with the editor of a guy called Graham Burchill who sadly passed away in two thousand and three only the edge. I think forty nine a tragic loss. He's also believe it could've been anywhere in the u k, but it was eleven miles away from where I was. So that was just too good enough in B two years before he died, which was two thousand September two thousand and three I got to know calling in. And basically I originally contacted in over eight US will screenplay I delivered one Sunday afternoon. When the officers close about staff friendship, I all the time. I got to know him pretty well not last two years of his life. And when I the idea for the first place database, he was somebody. I could approach and say look how about this idea to create a database for British. Would you let me publish in your magazine? Now at that time. I never published anything anybody who's saying anyway, so this is a massive fail to being a publication that you go into any big news agent. And that is Michelle. So he liked the idea to majorly because he liked the idea that I was still serving detective she saw Ivan credibility to the subject. I'm dot is in a sense why I became involved in the first place to try to bring something of my background. So the credibility. Solidly. So he said, yeah. Okay. You're right. You're right show in January. Two thousand and two. I will my very first article anyway, and it was published and that was a massive thrill any still highlights one of my four hundred and twenty-five cases over four hundred twenty five cases in in six. I'm gonna I'm gonna shoot you messengers the research. Yeah. I sent you a new bio fan because those figures are out today. The current talks over five hundred and fifty caches who in nineteen hundred one believe it or not evolving also one thousand one hundred British police officers, so significant change the nine hundred that you mentioned, but never mind. Well, my point is though that one might say that doesn't seem like a whole lot. I'm wondering how much of that has to do with the fact that the under-reporting because I'm guessing the fraternity likes to close ranks, and they might not look kindly on police men and women talking to you about this sort of thing. Oh, absolutely. And the the two biggest reasons why police officers already shallow say professional person will ride doesn't come forward is that each one at to see risk veterans. I do and to the ridicule factors that is attached to this subject, obviously caused by the Robertson panel decision in fifty three. Those are the primary reasons over the years is doing research a lot of people alive architect doctors. Oh, tell me they're on UFO is all say, I could never go public with this because it would affect my practice, my business exception. And I always kind of think that the Robertson panel legacy, which is what tremendously well from the king side of things. He does what? As well. As less, the terrible stigma on genuine people who I've seen things and genuinely wanted to report them. Men were faced with this ridicule factor that should have never seen heat, historically. But it's now become all to say this certainly in the United States your picture. And is that a very detrimental effect? So you know, when we when we talk about one thousand one hundred police officers for country of sixty five million. It's not a lot. Basically the only database in the world. Any country that that does play sightings and accounts? And like in America is the size of America. It's the tip of an iceberg. And I know of many American cases, but I would think given the population Bemba's feet cases out there. It's never been done with which is a shame because we the idea that at least that's the in every country would be good like it would be a great a pilot data best military, citing their banks ricocheted. And I think he's we'd in a sense could go back and rewrite last sixty years seventy as we said, well, what if we people take those initiatives in those areas to establish them? I think we've proven to the world, but UFO's, really. Is visiting the S which I certainly believe. The the skeptic say, well, we make too much of this. This claim that the police and airline pilots are are trained observers disabuse disabuse the skeptics and the bunkers of that that we take that we make too much of this idea that they're trained observers. Well, I totally disagree with that. I am the battalion's with special palton before flew Louisville, especially fourteen which that the research. I think fifty four fifty five basically said that the higher the quality of the repulsive. I Becca qualified witness, especially like pilots the more accurate. The report was odd people infallible. Yes. A cost. They are both you know pilots for me. I've always been my favorite is on the subject because with all the millions of dollars a pound spend, so mess like training, if they don't know what they're looking at especially if it's multiple pilots, which is often the case, then there is something wrong, especially concerned on grounded. Now police officers I am not as high as I don't think. However, they do have a way of reporting things and not based certainly Britain. Which is obviously what I talk about. You are taught to go to anything on the sensually begin to. I'm elisa. Right. You see or in a chronological logical where you do that. Because he's written up for caught your statement, people don't write their own standards and England police have stress questions they get count. They write it down. Is any alterations emissions? What other to get it? Right. And then Blackie signed off. So it's doing a sit and structured way for this call system and police officers know, some they know that when I go to any kind of sane, and I would say whether the US for anything in the back of their mind, they're making a mental note to the time that make it a mental note that surrounded and windy right now, the council will be much more detailed than the average member of the public. So I totally disagree with the skeptic notion. And this notion only gets time because in a sense the media the mainstream media. Give them the opportunity to do. So. And that's again of legacy is the Robertson panel. We work with any form of media subject. So we really didn't have all the things he would have been found different world. And so that's really where to get the opportunity to make these ludicrous claims that actually a rarely challenged by mainstream commentators simply because mainstream. I'm I'm I'm woman doesn't have the necessary knowledge of UFO's and facts and figures history to actually become the referee to say, well, actually, make sense because of the battalion, blah, blah, blah. They don't have that knowledge. I think this will turn in time as we move closer to a genuine acknowledgement UT's with over five hundred cases is there is there one that? Still leaves you to steal a British expression. Gobsmacked? There's many cases I mean, we're talking these are not just single officers. I think the last count about sixty eight percent of all those five of the fifty catches. I'm multiple police witness catches, I to know there are many cases which two five six eight. In one case is twenty four officers involved. Many looking at objects from different geographical position and tracking it over vast distances. So I have a personal favorite belong to a policeman a uniformed policemen called every Raymond story that I sometimes quote when I must've favor, and basically this happened in nineteen seventy nine. He's in a rural area and probably about sixty miles away from fifty central London a rural area, and he's pops up with two of the vehicles to police officer, so Beckley three please. Three police officers, and they do in my favorite three in the morning and just having a child and then suddenly on the arising a long way. I only arises they see flush. They look but saw brave Fidel really any cinci to carry. I'm talking then about five minutes. Let's. I'm this is always the thing that if you can imagine MRI meal head an object. So the only appears in front of them that's an altitude of only five hundred feet about five hundred feet away from them. So therefore, you know, rural second this is extremely close and the sizes football field. Eighty styling the terrain we the beam of light moving left to right now. The key thing with issues. They don't see the objects cross. There's no noise whatsoever massive platform. I'm just like the switching on a light bulb. Now, imagine that you're Barry. Stephan talk civilly lightbulbs, the huge besides the football field is that they're all amazed as you would be nobody's talking one of them thinks should I respond. No. I don't think I should because they're gonna really feel. I may watch the subject for several minutes scamming terrain total silence. Very very close to that position. Now. What's even more amazing? Eric says that they do. With around six. Smaller objects. Flying around the lodge object. Muga shit type of scenario. They watch the subject incredulous as you would. And then suddenly like a light bulb. Gum. Totally gone left. And right. You know, nice just disappeared. And I think the direction with about four minutes. So in those circumstances. I I always think I can kind of you know, with special effects now that we see all the time. You can just imagine how that would look on screen their subjects certainly the huge similar taste very closely after I'm there. I think that's probably my favorite guests to me. What makes the police eyewitness accounts? So compelling so credible is well one as you mentioned that they do this at great peril to their careers. And Secondly, imagine at the end of a shift if you make the decision if they make the decision they're going to report this they're looking at several hours of paperwork. I'm guessing. Well, you would you would think that it's the police force dealt with the subject seriously, historically, certainly in England Scotland Wales, they every small town village had a little police station, we the number of police officers, and this was long before the big police stations, the regional police stations those types of small police said he's gone. From world. Now, I'm sorry. I gotta jump in here. Excuse the interruption. We'll take a quick time out. Come back and continue to delve into proof owes police reporting UFO sightings database with Gary Heseltine right here on coast to coast AM find out more about tonight's guest. Log on to coast to coast AM dot com..

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"england scotland wales" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

01:32 min | 3 years ago

"england scotland wales" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"Is a four digit decimal digit yes yes we did that wow you did not stop i did that you three shaded paid less what idea did you check lebanese from new york city is michael barr jonathan tom thank you very much year remains until britain officially leaves the european union ending a forty six year marriage that isn't wind the economy's legal systems and people's britain and twentyseven other european countries british prime minister theresa may is marking the day with a whistle stop tour of england scotland wales and northern ireland to promise a brexit that unites the country officials from the two koreas are meeting today to discuss details of enough coming summit between north korean leader kim jong un and south korean president moon jae end the moon kim summit is scheduled for april twentyseventh nobel peace prize winner malala use of size says she will continue to campaign for the education of girls in pakistan her comments come after she arrived back in her homeland for the first time since she was shot in two thousand twelve by taliban militants global news twenty four hours a day powered by more than twenty seven hundred journalists and analysts more than one hundred twenty countries i'm michael barr this is bloomberg lurch bloomberg john kennedy michael barr the voice is so powerful this morning michael barr thank you very much positive about seventy two on the dow positive nine on the s and p five hundred you're listening to bloomberg adopt us kids time is running out in just over twenty years it is estimated that.

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"england scotland wales" Discussed on KHNR 690AM

KHNR 690AM

01:36 min | 3 years ago

"england scotland wales" Discussed on KHNR 690AM

"The wedding of prince harry and megan markle have officially been sent and did you get your stuff to call them because i'm still waiting okay my email inbox people have been invited to the services saint george's chapel in windsor castle and may nineteenth kelly kobe reports meghan markle said she wanted to get to know the country she now calls home with trips to england scotland wales and today northern ireland the tour is complete all before the big wedding the royal wedding invitations from the prince of wales prince charles already in the mail the palace announced printed with american inc on british paper created on the nineteen thirties printing press nicknamed maude by lottie small it's her first big job and she couldn't tell a soul i couldn't believe like grand on my be quite the palace says the couple will marry in front of six hundred guests at saint george's chapel in windsor then it's lunch with the queen the capacity and georgia's chapel with a couple of getting married is actually eight hundred they've chosen to invite six hundred people so actually unbelievably royal scales that is quite low key wedding and who will be the best man the maid of honor the duchess of cambridge has a lot on her plate already now eight months pregnant the palace says this was kate's last public event thursday she's now officially on maternity leave the duchess is due sometime in april and that wedding is now fifty seven.

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"england scotland wales" Discussed on BBC Radio 4

BBC Radio 4

01:59 min | 4 years ago

"england scotland wales" Discussed on BBC Radio 4

"World governing body of football fever is set to lift its ban on players wearing poppies during international matches fever had seen the puppy as a political symbol last year it finds the football associations of england scotland wales and northern ireland because players had wound poppies to mark armistice day the time is six minutes past six i have the weather forecast over to stop tenacity standing by the pbc weather center morning staff good morning to you michelle what if it a bit of a mixed week radi with weather we starting off rather dumb fatty warmer ties way have the sunshine also some fog patches and for wednesday on woods it becomes at wetere windy as we see it fair several deep perry's of low pressure moving in off the atlantic today that we gotta lots of cloud around lots of mr burke to we could weatherfronts straddling north to south across the uk producing some pretty heavy rain at times through central southern parts of scotland over the north panayides and sydney across the midland's as well so do watch off thoughts be raining for hours that with fronts a stalled said it's going to be tristesse driving conditions here for the morning commute the extreme east of england into what he's done via largely dried little bit of mr fog and also the extreme west western fringes of scotland western wales the southwest of england also northern ireland just starting off dry but said dense fall patched to watch out for these were generally left industry the best of the sunshine across the extremities of the country where we could see twenty degrees but in central slice of the uk most of the country cloudy and dump outbreaks of rain temperatures around the high teens celsius but the rain tending to ease down through the course of the evening and then overnight stays quite dump and cloudy for many the extremities again alpha country seeing klay spells with a little bit of missed and fog and to choose we start off in a rather cloudy dull note a little bit of a missed the round and some drizzle but it's an improving picture through the day's the cows begin to thin and break the rainey's his we should become dry quite widespread with some could spells of sunshine and light winds thank you very much statements.

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