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China warns UK 'interfering' in Hong Kong affairs will 'backfire

Politics and Public Policy Today

00:27 sec | Last week

China warns UK 'interfering' in Hong Kong affairs will 'backfire

"To the evening Standard, the actions from the British government drew a stinging response from Beijing. In a tweet, China's ambassador to London tweeted quote the UK blatantly interfered in China's internal affairs and contravene international law and the basic Norms governing international relations. China has never interfered in UK is internal affairs. The UK should do the same to China. Otherwise it must bear the consequences.

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Princess Beatrice marries in private ceremony at Windsor

Wayne Cabot and Paul Murnane

00:18 sec | 2 weeks ago

Princess Beatrice marries in private ceremony at Windsor

"Princess Beatrice has got married this morning to her Italian property developer. It was a secret ceremony in Windsor Castle. The queen was there. Prince Phillip was there. It was delayed because of Corona virus. The London Evening Standard says there were about 20 people there. And the Duke of York. Beatrice father gave her away. The palace says the private wedding ceremony took place at 11 o'clock in the morning and local time Friday, the 17th at the Royal Chapel of All Saints at Royal Lodge Winder small ceremony attended by the queen, the Duke of Edinburgh and close family. She is the elder daughter of Prince Andrew. Duke of York and Sarah, Duchess of York.

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Spotify continues to gain on Apple: even in California

podnews

04:06 min | 3 months ago

Spotify continues to gain on Apple: even in California

"The latest from our news at Pod News Dot net spotify is continuing to increase. Its hold on casting. In February spotify was more popular than apple podcasts. In Apple's home state of California that's according to new data from Fox Nest. Spotify is also continuing to shake apple in many countries including Ireland and Australia. According to the data and if you're interested based on global listeners and devices over the last sixty days pot news podcast. That's this you're listening to right. Now is fifty four percents apple. Forty six percents spotify says close. Pederson Research. Npr have released their smart audio report. Showing how smart speak is being used. Podcast get mentioned in the report by name that typically not listen to on spont- speakers to the data does show an increase in people who want the news from their smart speaker particularly over recent weeks forecast equipment manufacturer road have announced. The return of my road cast and annual podcasting competition. We're not one hundred and fifty thousand dollars worth of broadcasting gear. You've got until mid June to enter. It looks like the Apple. Go slow issue that we reported on earlier. This week has been fixed. Apples second quarter results show a revenue increase in one percent year on year. In spite of the Corona Virus facebook announced it allows us to charge for facebook live events in future meanwhile digitally reports that facebook is a really cheap place to advertise right now. The media is called himself. The largest podcast network focused on strong female voices. Audiences has announced eight million dollars in funding from an investment company called magnet companies. And Are you a podcast? Editor Trades? Tanna Campbell says the podcast that is will need to grow in scope to something. He calls accountability as a service. Your value cannot be in guessing a task done. He says it has to be more than that. Changing Times means changing consumption. We linked to to people today. Who are working a bit differently. Josh Schwartz a podcast producer at wbz Wa highlights has changed working which appears to include sitting in a car near Ski Club Offers Free Internet. We've all done it and the BBC explains how things are working in broadcasting house in London. If you've ever done work with the BBC you won't be astonished that. Yes it does involve vegetate brilliant. Edison research says in a peek into their podcast consumer tracker during a recent results Web. In Our podcast listening is holding steady at about six and a half hours a week. Though news podcasts have had a significant increase in the past. Few months. Mcgowan A. I have a fancy new logo and also a free report into how corona virus has impacted podcast. Advertising changes in advertising spots had been minimal. The company says noting significance decline in the last week of March before jumping up again in April. Nielsen says that kids and teens are watching a lot more. Tv and streaming video and in the UK the Evening Standard the Telegraph and Lord of all of all pivoted to Corona Virus. Podcasts apiece in what's new publishing highlights. What they did at how they did it. And Infocomm Snooze Dream job. Ready is Nathan Dane Sharp Marketing Digital and communications expert. The POLKA seeks to help excite expire and ready the next generation of young professionals to get their dream job and it turns out that presidential races in the past where justice mad as the one we currently in. Nixon planted evidence. The first woman who ran for president in one thousand nine hundred seventy two did even before women could vote long. Shots launched yesterday with eight episodes focusing on eight candidates who've shapes where we are today and our amount overflowing apologies. If we're slow to respond. We hope to get through email over the weekend. If you've got any hints and tips on how to deal with email. Please tell us. Probably you know editor at news. Dot Net homeschooling hard. It turns out and plenty more and all the links in our newsletter subscribe potentates dot

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Who should pay Harry and Meghan's security costs in Canada?

Wayne Cabot and Paul Murnane

01:05 min | 7 months ago

Who should pay Harry and Meghan's security costs in Canada?

"Canada's finance minister bill Moore knows says the government has not decided if it would help cover the security costs with prince Harry his wife Megan moving to Canada the evening standard reported yesterday that prime minister Justin Trudeau told the queen that Canada would assume some of the cost royal historian and a white locks as Buckingham Palace is trying to strike a personal tone of respect understanding when it comes to this oil crisis it is a perception of the way with that Britney is having something of a an identity crisis around festival brexit but now perhaps you know how it treats its Royals was to fax it represents perhaps so I do think there are ramifications that will we need to be handled very Kathleen not set in the wall the queen is trying to do I think appeal on personal terms actually two people and to emphasize her school ultimately for her grandson you know it's not cheap to have the Royals come visit back in twenty ten taxpayers in Canada shelled out almost three million dollars to protect the queen when she stayed for nine days in Canada and it was a buy prince William his wife Kate in two thousand eleven cost Canada over a

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Who should pay Harry and Meghan's security costs in Canada?

Wayne Cabot and Paul Murnane

01:05 min | 7 months ago

Who should pay Harry and Meghan's security costs in Canada?

"Canada's finance minister bill Moore knows says the government has not decided if it would help cover the security costs with prince Harry his wife Megan moving to Canada the evening standard reported yesterday that prime minister Justin Trudeau told the queen that Canada would assume some of the cost royal historian and a white locks as Buckingham Palace is trying to strike a personal tone of respect understanding when it comes to this oil crisis it is a perception of the way with that Britney is having something of a an identity crisis around festival brexit but now perhaps you know how it treats its Royals was to fax it represents perhaps so I do think there are ramifications that will we need to be handled very Kathleen not set in the wall the queen is trying to do I think appeal on personal terms actually two people and to emphasize her school ultimately for her grandson you know it's not cheap to have the Royals come visit back in twenty ten taxpayers in Canada shelled out almost three million dollars to protect the queen when she stayed for nine days in Canada and it was a buy prince William his wife Kate in two thousand eleven cost Canada over a

"evening standard" Discussed on The Leader

The Leader

05:02 min | 9 months ago

"evening standard" Discussed on The Leader

"This is just a little bit of sparkle gets people interested dealing it. Does it's a huge part of political campaigning. I mean certainly when you get to the point of an election remember as a strategist. You have a very big grid to fill an. It's weekends as well. So you're looking for things that will get through and unfortunately it is a bit cheesy but that somebody who's a bit of a Neem can help you. I remember greet story without come when I was working in the two thousand five election campaign the last campaign that libra ever won. I have to see. I was sent to Manchester with a group of people to try and organize a big event and we were really that we couldn't find any celebrities. And we're staying in this hotel. We so Jerry Springer so we raised up to Jerry Springer in the company were rally I and he was like Oh my God. That'd be amazing. So we got it and then we did this big conference call every night with Alastair Campbell in the great and the good from number ten and me and my colleague were so excited we were like. We've got the best effort we've got Jerry Springer in the format required house to win is a terrible idea. We will not be having Jerry Springer with Tony Blair. If you don't mind that's why I was good at his German. I'd Julian as a celebrity ever made a difference to you or anybody else now. I think it's going to make a difference in the next two or three weeks. I don't know celebrities. I'm terrible who anybody as a hobby. Ever turn on the television but the thing that's going to make a difference in the next two or three weeks is really pragmatic on the ground. Stuff the kind of thing. Asian friends know very well how to do knocking on doors. Aw saying Oh you gonNA vote. I might you vote for us and then you get an iphone APP and each party's got them. The I saw Sam Gamer. Sam gave me with the Lib. Dem's had a very smart. I phone APP in Kensington when I followed them around for the peace. I've done this week. And you click on it and you put down her likely. Disney's uploaded automatically to a computer center database eight to base. And then they'll come and knock on your dorm polling day and say come out and vote and a lot of tight seats. If you've got enough activists just to scare drag out into the rain and snow. I WanNa Dark Knight. The last hours of that camp you might get the forty or fifty extra voters that make a difference. The brightest stars of the London stage gathered to celebrate the sixty Fifth Evening Standard Theatre awards with prizes given out to stars like best actress. Dame Maggie Smith Smith best actor underscored feels fantastic. It's lovely victory here and celebrate that. Yeah it was a very big night hosted by Cush jumbo from the good fight at the Colosseum and our digital arts editor. Jesse Thompson was there. For All of Jesse how was it. It was a brilliant Ni- we had over six hundred of London's drama students against that and they just bought some incredible energy and cousteau book was host. Yes she was good wasn't his brilliant. She's just absolutely nailed. It she came came out and performed with Brit. School dances and singing dancing number and then just just kept giving amazing dance all night. She is hilarious. Some really big names up there on the stage who were the big winners categories. The top acting prizes went to Andrew Scott and Maggie Smith so Andrew Scott did a really moving speech about his production of present laughter by no coward they changed the genders to bring out a same sex relationship to the forefront so he was saying how they were able to liberate the play and say we'll know count would've wanted answering McCowan got the editor's award as well. Yeah sure he's been to few evening standard as he was given this special award for his onstage tour so for his eightieth birthday day he did a tour of the country. He went to eighty venues and now he's doing it in the west end lots of new careers just starting out and one of the things. Astounded wars is really great it's bringing or highlighting those people's Wells Jasmine Jones who won our chows winter award for most promising playwright. Her I play seven methods of killing Kylie. Jenner is incredible one of the most exciting new players I've ever seen. She put the Internet on stage. They were memes memes on stage and she said she thinks that plays should be dangerous which I thought was really interesting comment at time. You know when people can be quite sensitive Dave and Lori Kenniston from the Sun Emerging Talent award. He played a teenager with depression which was an incredible performance. That's IT transferred to the West End. And he's going to be massive. I think next year. He's in the big screen adaptation of camerons first novel with Being Feldstein from Book. SMART Say I think that'd be a popular and that's the leader subscribe through your podcast provider and rates to. We also have daily morning. News bulletin sent to smarts because at seven. Am just ask for the news from the Evening Standard. We're back tomorrow.

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"evening standard" Discussed on The Leader

The Leader

05:47 min | 9 months ago

"evening standard" Discussed on The Leader

"Now. The Chris Rock Stars driving home for Christmas. And this year a lot of other people will be joining him and because the RMT unions confirmed it will press ahead with a strike on the South Western railway network over the festive period. In fact it won't just be people going home that are affected that will be thousands of commuters. Finding new routes to work over the twenty seven days of planned action than our editorial column is appalled the Aren t union has made a lamentable decision to press ahead with its strikes in seemingly never the ending dispute over the issue of God's on trains the Union. which has today one support from Labor for its militant stance claims? The disruption is necessary because it is not satisfied with the rail companies explicit assurances that is services will continue to run with both the driver and guard. The reason is that under the company's plans the latter's role with no longer include closing the train doors the union deems is to be unacceptable in an act of unjustified intransigence that seems as critics allege Moore about maintaining its ability to bring services to a halt than any genuine concern for passenger welfare commuters. Will we dismayed and the Union should think again. There is no excuse for this strike. Ladies and gentlemen welcome to the Evening Standard awards the gang. I have the privilege of being Paul Tolkien. The inheritance maximum off the winner of this year's Evening Standard Award for best actor is the one and only this Sunday. It's the Evening Standard Theatre awards. One of the biggest events in London. Show show Biz calendar this year. It's at the Coliseum and will be hosted by the good fight actress whose job digital art editor Jesse Thompson is here Jesse. It's always exciting. But today we've revealed some of the presenters who are going to be there on stage and we've got some really big names. Yes so in. Today's paper we've announced. We've got an Livia. Coleman will be vittles this Sunday presenting an award and I think we've all been what to the crown recently. She's she's the queen but she's also the queen and also an coming. How much the theater was we've got Leshan Lynch who's recently been announced? He's going to be James Bond but she was also in one of the plays which shortlisted if I buy. Debbie Tucker Grain Rain said the wells of thin film have collided Who Else Taron Egerton will be there from the rocket man this year? Trying to think Ruth Wilson from his dark materials. So yeah it's really exciting. It's all huge names very much of the moment with Wilson. You mentioned that Ana Lynch is going to be huge when that bond film comes out next to you This is really the start. It really shows the standard awards. It's a major event in theater on. We've got lots of people who have who won last year. Will we'll be around during the party. So they won't be sitting there feeding as an adverse this year they can relax and enjoy themselves and obviously a big new opening on Broadway has been the inheritance in the past week or two so that won best play last year and now it's in New York so keep an eye out on who wins the big names coming up. What's it like there at the awards? Clearly you're going to be very professional and John in everything obviously but it's a fun way. Urban always is really an I mean. It's such an institution in the theater. Well this the sixty fifth year as you mentioned thank you very much. We will be covering on the night live. We live. UPDATES and video on Standard Coder K.. And at the standard arts which has to account and the Hashtag is. Es towards the Hashtag there's will say they'll be some surprises on the night com say well they all yet but some performances and yeah It's the the state ceremony which I feel like is is true institution The history of the awards that goes back sixty five years and it must be great to see some of those really big names just just Millan about being being people rather than up on the big screen as well. That still exciting for you. Know you've done so many of these things things you met so many of these people but it's still exciting to get a glimpse of people like blood last year. Huma calendar phoebe Waller Bridge. Yeah it's quite surreal to see everybody sitting down on having dinner Ano- so you know the the nerves that come with something like this. Everyone's waiting to find out if they've gone if they're going to have to go and stay kind of reminds mindset that these Best Stas off off theatre talents but they also get nervous and worried about what's going to happen on the night and that's the League is. Jessie said you can find out who's one water the awards with our live coverage at standard Oh code. UK on Sunday on Monday. If you haven't done so already tryout our audio bulletins on smarts because there's a new delivered at seven am if we weekday and of course leader itself. We back next week full Pete.

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"evening standard" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

01:37 min | 11 months ago

"evening standard" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"A check of sports from around the world your stench Portsmouth thanks doc big day the rope Ligas arsenal shuts out I talked Frankford three nil as Joseph will lock gets a scoring started for the gunners at the thirty eight minute mark meanwhile may just United beats us on a one a little Trafford as Mason Greenwood scored the lone goal in the seventy third minute other matches of note include self again stop on a plane to a one all draw lines open slips past sporting CP three to two the evening standard reporting that Manchester United will look to sign Paul Pogba Jesse Lingard in seventeen year old Mason green what the long term deals Ogbourne Lingard current contracts expire in two thousand twenty one which means the club has to decide to either try to keep them or sell them or risk losing them to free transfers in two years the independent reported that Manchester city star dobby silver will be the first big name the feature for David Beckham's MLS club FC Miami after the premier league season ends the expansion franchise has also been linked Edinson Cavani least water is a little messy amongst other superstars the Jacksonville Jaguars in the Tennessee Titans playing on Thursday night football in Florida Gartner mention getting the star for the jacks a quarterback the times are one in one one Jacksonville still searching for its first win that into the New York Yankees being dealt a big blow is eighteen game winner to mingle Vermont has been placed on administrative leave by Major League Baseball domestic violence policy why her mind is on leave as yet unclear on the enforcement that you're Bloomberg N. B. C. world sports update. market. twenty four hours a day. the Bloomberg business. on Twitter. business slash everybody.

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Boris Johnson poised to nominate old pal and ex-Chancellor George Osborne as British candidate for the IMF

Bloomberg Daybreak: Europe

00:57 sec | 1 year ago

Boris Johnson poised to nominate old pal and ex-Chancellor George Osborne as British candidate for the IMF

"The boys Johnson once the former finance minister the former chancellor George olds born taxi lead the IMF unease is trying to get some very big plus to support him yeah that's right so Boris Johnson is according to sources I spoke to Bloomberg on the U. K. prime minister plans to use G. seven meetings this weekend to try and drum up support for George Osborne as a candidate to take over from Christine Lagarde at the I MF because more and is currently the editor of the evening standard he was previously chancel chancellor of the exchequer from two thousand ten two thousand sixteen under it David Cameron I'm so I guess we'll see if Johnson can get any support I mean he's going to be trying to woo support away from the E. U.'s candidate something that may prove to be a bit difficult I would be too cynical suggests that the evening standard support for Boris Johnson the Conservative Party election of course

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As Nations Look to Tax Tech Firms, U.S. Scrambles to Broker a Deal

Monocle 24: The Globalist

02:29 min | 1 year ago

As Nations Look to Tax Tech Firms, U.S. Scrambles to Broker a Deal

"Let's have a look at today's newspapers. Joining me in the studio is Journey Deka Columnists columnist at the London Evening Standard. Welcome back to monocle twenty four bytes in the studio with a pile of good stories to tell us about yeah. I think the most interesting story which is covered in a lot of the U._k.. Press but rather less than the U._S. press as far as I can see is France U._k.. Are All launch the F. T. calls facing showdown with U._S.. Over techs at tech tax plans so after Donald Trump is being beating the drum about global tariffs and protectionism for ages and ages. What's happened is France has said look your tech companies that are operating globally and not paying enough tax in our own countries? <hes> there's no tax take for us. What's the benefit of being here we would like to impose a tax tech companies have this habit of putting money in one country and then moving it to another just in order to avoid rather than evade <hes> local taxes say Francis got a new system which is going to charge them attorney attack so for any company earning running over seven hundred and fifty million three percent goes straight to France <hes> the U._k.? Is doing something similar. It's going to have a two percent. Levy on companies over five hundred million who work in social media and online platforms and search engines nations and you have significant activity in the U._k.. Okay when the the the E._U. has tried to do this collectively. They just haven't come up with a plan yet and the U._S. is kicking opposite. How dare you do this to global companies? It's not just the U._S.. Is going to be affect China's going to be affected. Germany is going to be affected <hes> <hes> but they're about to enter into system asymmetric warfare here because the U._S. and are saying we're gonNA tariffs on France. You've already upped tariffs on from sorry and actually we can tax locally just as we you know we could put whatever tax we want to whatever we won't do just issues here as far as I can see. I is the fact that France is really seizing the bull by the horns when it comes to dealing with large companies especially when it comes to taxing and also it's also quite good on dealing with what to do with big data. It's really really really wants to be seen as leading the way secondly France and the U._S. with Donald Trump in the White House at the moment this isn't going to go well well anyway. We can't imagine that Donald Trump is say yeah. Great idea yeah well. There's a couple of things is only one company in France is likely to be affected by these proposals internally anyway.

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"evening standard" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

01:48 min | 1 year ago

"evening standard" Discussed on KQED Radio

"United states this is the iran certainly versus the region and arguably the broader global environment so we need to all work together run for its part has worn the new financial sanctions targeting the country's leaders are quote closing the doors of diplomacy earlier today in a message on twitter trump warned any iranian attack against u._s. interest will met with great and overwhelming force senate investigation has found numerous federal agencies of left sensitive data of americans vulnerable to cyber attack with the federal government unable to be even basic precautions that includes college loan information medical data and travel records more from n._p._r.'s tim mack between two thousand six and twenty fifteen the number of cyber incidents reported by the federal government increased more than thirteen hundred percent and in just the year of two thousand seventeen agencies reported more than thirty five thousand cyber incidents a ten month review by the senate permanent subcommittee on investigations found that despite a law meant to secure federal networks agencies were failing to implement even standard safeguards some agencies did not have an accurate or comprehensive inventory of its i._t. assets a recurrent issue for agencies like the state department and the social security administration alternately the investigation found that the federal government has not met the law's requirement for protecting america's sensitive data to mac n._p._r. news washington presidential candidates are dropping pol policy proposals in the days leading up to the first presidential debates wednesday and thursday n._p._r.'s daniel kurt slaven reports massachusetts senator elizabeth warren released a plan to ensure voting access warrens multi-part plan would create a set of federal rules for federal elections rather than the current patchwork of state and local rules among her proposed changes requiring automatic voter registration.

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"evening standard" Discussed on Monocle 24: The Briefing

Monocle 24: The Briefing

01:42 min | 1 year ago

"evening standard" Discussed on Monocle 24: The Briefing

"It's comes critics. From within the conservative party are attempting to oust MRs may from her job. Let's get more on these. We've had the London Evening Standard columnist and regular monocle twenty four to toilet deco, welcome to the program. Join so just looking at today's front pages here in the UK it, it becomes quite clear that no one seems to be happy with Theresa May's new plan, and it's been absolutely savage. She stood up at four PM yesterday. GMT to deliver, what she said was a new Brexit deal. It was bold. It was brave. It was an offer to a huge number of discontent. Trysts in both the conservative party, the DP who run on an island and labor and basically, it was met by a huge rasberry from every single quarter. The Daily Telegraph is given. Her rough from page, they tend to do most right with newspaper. The Daily Mail, which had been broadly supportive of her. Again, just said, I think this is her last stand. And so today as we speak, she lived just stood up for prime minister's questions where all of the house of Commons will stop firing questions at her about this deal. And I think we might be seeing her in severely weakened position now. So what is it about this near planned that makes everyone so unhappy? Well, I my own opinion, is that a lot of people aren't really unhappy in the sense that they've been given everything they want, but politically they don't want. It's tappan, so they either want either want to remain, all if you're in a labor position, you won't labor to be in power as some form of self Brexit goes through, or if you're on the right wing of the conservative party, although that deal on says ninety five percents of your questions, they don't they won't make kind of.

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 Fears rise over US conflict with Iran

Monocle 24: The Globalist

04:22 min | 1 year ago

Fears rise over US conflict with Iran

"As American warships and warplanes make their way to the Gulf much of the rest of the world is in a spin over the increasing tensions between the US and Iran on Monday. The French foreign ministers on flute Riyan called for Europeans to remain United on their support for the Iranian nuclear deal. The Russian Foreign Minister Sega lever of said something similar not long after. And then the Saudis way didn't think to oil tankers with the targets of acts of sabotage off the coast of the U A and pointed the finger directly at the Iranians will tell us more about how everybody else is behaving joined by robot folks from London's Evening Standard newspaper, a very warm. Welcome fight. This tier Robert let's set the parameters. I it's been said the chances of the US and Iran going to to to war are pretty low despite all the sabre-rattling by Washington except for one thing and we've been here before tonight. It's John Bolton both has throughout much of his recent diplomatic. Life. That's par. Ten years. These being obsessed with Iran, go back to nine eleven and where Rumsfeld when he Defense Secretary switched very quickly from Afghanistan. Remember to Iraq was really the problem after all invaded Iraq disastrously in two thousand and three even at that point. So I'm getting more than ten years. John Bolton was calling from the side saying, no, no, no, the real problem with Iran. We've got to deal with Iran that was a very revealing interview type profile will profile type had view in the New Yorker last month in which they got out reams of quotes from Bolton abide Iran, and it is a gained his a game of bluff don't blind man's bluff that's sending a carrier on rotation less sending a command and control ship that can land six hundred US marines. Why do they? You need them. They've got a big base at Doha and saying behave Iran and you'll breaking this apnea, and the Iranians as usual are playing it by the book one name, we have to bring in new should very odd. And I think is real joker in the Pank is Jeremy hunt, the not very powerful foreign secretary, foreign minister of the not very powerful UK. But the fact that the U K is being cautious about backing the US. At this stage is a break with president think of Tony Blair think of Jack Straw, and two thousand two and two thousand three and I think that this is why it is looking very difficult. But the other person who will be whispering in Botende air, or at least Kushner's the son-in-law of the prime minister of the preposition is bound be Benjamin Netanyahu. So you brought in. Three nations of the United States one of the main place. Jeremy hunt from the u k Benjamin Netanyahu from Israel. I've spoken about France and Russia and the Saudis nothing is happening military insofar as there is no hot conflict, but everybody else is jumping to it. Yes. There's a lot of war talk. Sorry, excuse me. And we mentioned it is Boten. And it does seem that Mike Pompeo the secretary of state seems to be playing some sort of game. But he went to Brussels rather unexpectedly ran into the foreign minister's all of a of of the either virtually or or actually including MRs Bungaree me, the Adam the spikes personal that responsible collectively for for for the EU and put it in sort of coming pollens that he moral less gaunt as far as you can read it through polite. Upmarket newsp- copy, he cut the bum's rush. He the people one buying, you know, we've got its wall. We've got to be really careful about Iran because typical in to the patent it, and they're repeat offenders in this. It's the diplomat. Build up building the case against Iran from the Trump party really hasn't worked.

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Kenya launches first coastguard

Monocle 24: The Globalist

03:42 min | 1 year ago

Kenya launches first coastguard

"Coastline is one thousand kilometers long. And yet until recently it didn't have a coastguard maritime security has been the job of the navy. But now the president of hurricane iota has launched the first coastguard service this one big problem though, it only has one boat. Here's the tell us Moore's Robert folks defensive tour of the London Evening Standard wrote. There are many problems possessing that part of the coast from piracy and people in jugs trafficking to illegal fishing, and I wondered if you could just give us a bit more detail on on the piracy aspect. It doesn't seem as bad now as it was in its peak in two thousand eleven Parisy has been confronted. I've heard say that surly dealt with by about national force by led largely by the EU. But it's actually burden-sharing between the EU beta and on. The whole it's been pretty successful. Because one of the things that became apparent after this dreadful business. Extended. It'd be guide for several years is that the the brevity of the life of the parrots that they they they were very very short lived. Indeed, the Mr. bags always the so-called logical, Mr. beg, but they were making the money and back and forth from east Africa to west Africa and also to south East Asia, but I can straight that sort of airy Parisy hasn't gone away. But it is interesting in the way that you have flagged up this new force. The new coast guard for spring stood up by president Kennedy at its prime role, actually isn't counter piracy, it is counter narcotics. But above all counter illegal fishing, and the president said in the inaugural speech for their full said that really, you know, we're letting too much getaway one hundred billion dollars. It's a very modest beginning. But the two very definitely related because legal fishing. Of course, has meant that loss of livelihood for many of those people living along the coast, and some of those people that are going into piracy. Yes, I think it's very interesting that almost this is philosophical gesture of the part of the canyons very, very bodice beginnings. It's interesting if the declaration I've been trolling through the notes and the president's page, I'm not quite sure of the specific numbers that very very small numbers for very difficult in job at the navy's only about two thousand below in personnel for coast as you say one hundred thousand kilometers, very difficult and very important one. And as far as I can make out most of the coast guard personnel again to be joined drawn from the paramilitary police that forty is seen as the new ship. The new vessel the door at is that surveillance facile. It is actually gathering intellige-. Silence about the kind of very kind very matter you've been toying piracy illegal operations, penetration. And so on it is obviously a big and important move in a new direction at I think we're going to be hearing in terms of geopolitics in the way that you deal with globalized organized crime. I hate them expression the oxymoron contradiction term, but criminal activity, we've terrorist activity eve is is on the rise. And they to a lot of countries, including the u k again to need a lot more coast guard.

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"evening standard" Discussed on News Radio 690 KTSM

News Radio 690 KTSM

01:49 min | 2 years ago

"evening standard" Discussed on News Radio 690 KTSM

"Politics. Meanwhile, the committee is scheduled to vote this morning at nine thirty on the nomination. All eyes are on three Republican senators who have said they are concerned by the allegations and have not committed to backing judge cavenaugh. They are Jeff flake of Arizona. Lisa Murkowski of Alaska and Susan Collins of Maine more now from this morning's Mike Gavin, Mr. flake who's on the committee said late yesterday that he was still undecided. Republicans have an eleven to ten advantage on the panel. So a single no vote means the panel would send judge cabinet nomination to the full Senate with a negative recommendation in the full Senate Republicans only hold a fifty one forty nine advantage. So there's little room for GOP defections observers say Joe Manchin of West Virginia, maybe play he's a democrat running in a state that voted overwhelmingly for President Trump, Gordon. Thank you, Mike in her opinion piece today. The Wall Street Journal's Kimberley strassel writes, quote to vote against judge Cavanaugh now is to overthrow due process since even standard measures of evidence were not. She says a no vote is an authorization to renew calls for the Justice Clarence Thomas to step down. She says it's an authorization to derailed the life of any white collar manager or a blue collar crew boss who is ever subject to a single uncorroborated allegation. The Washington Post says any deadline has been artificially imposed by the Republican majority for purely partisan reasons a majority that was happy to leave a supreme court chair vacant for most of two thousand sixteen. It goes on to say as we have said the Senate still has not been given access to all relevant documents. Let alone fully checked out MS Ford's allegation. The post says it would be irresponsible for Republicans to insist on an immediate vote. If they do the responsible vote must be no, it's twelve minutes. Now.

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Trump Focus on Mexico Trade Dashes Hope for Quick China Progress

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"evening standard" Discussed on Monocle 24: Midori House

Monocle 24: Midori House

04:19 min | 2 years ago

"evening standard" Discussed on Monocle 24: Midori House

"It's mainly. About property, and then we have a website with the London, but unfortunately, just kind of as timeouts format has changed the Londoners also the articles a quite mullet Listrik, -als, sort of like top five pretty doors you'd like to see around London or the best. And it feels like you've reduced taking the same information again. And again, I think the magazine won't have much more global appeal if it actually took the time to go and profile the people that lived there, the people that worked and the people that contribute to the city. I, I would enjoy reading from any city because I guess the closest London currently has glossy magazine of the Evening Standard, but the the glossy magazine evenings time, let the Evening Standard as a whole. Everybody in London lives in Notting hill and has three surnames doesn't have. Surely we've got sure list as well. We know he we do, but it's not really, but it's not really a specifically London focused London centred title Andro dimension, ES magazine because you know the Evening Standard magazine because I have to say could could have been much better. But it's a very good buff re to have to say, you know. I like it. I find it one of my guilty pleasures for the week. Thanks for mentioning is one of the Notting hill. We could do a separate segment on on great three on behalf of future program finance do that to to the list. Does anybody present have a particular favorite city magazine that they currently read or have read at any point? What was it? Was their CEO Palo one growing up? Well, some police to have, you know, in the Friday papers as usually a very strong supplements which restaurants to go. And they were like in a magazine format, like, have you in UK the magazine itself. We had an audio visual Powell, but may I say something for Peres. I mean, Paula match, I think of choline away. It's kind of more of a newsy magazine, but it is very strongly connected to the city. Did do that thing of leveraging the city in which it was published into a global brand. Exactly. And I think that's an example of London with with needs a power match, in my opinion. Just to jump in Ed occurs to me that the kind of culture of the city reflects both its need. I'm what comes out in a kind of cities Pacific magazine Urozgan about favorite one. And the only one that came to mind really to me was the New Yorker which honestly balances really amazing really carefully considered really well funded crucially long form articles with with with listings and that kind of, you know, that kind of genre of long form, journalism, that type of magazine is something which is, I think, probably all of our minds I would have. I would imagine typically American on which in the UK there's a growing up four, but without necessarily market to support meaningfully, you know, it's willing good we for in the studio, having an interest in meeting three thousand one long piece on something vaguely ISA, but even more so being commissioned to write one indeed. Did you know how many people does it take to really meaningfully fund if the rights is going to get a fair wage and without that, I guess it kind of it does mean you know that that the list of the the website listed that kind of comes to dominate the sort of the magazine landscape of the city in some way. Interesting. That all mention listings page. We're having a appreciate conversation about that because even time out is there's no listings. I want my listening for cinema, who would who would go to a magazine for listings anymore. I do. I do. I mean, because. Do you check them off in the buff? Is this how you plan your week? Sometimes under mentioned that he buys the radio times. I do excellent TV guide as well. We've. We've. What would the circulation things? Five hundred. Five hundred eighty four thousand every week. So they're still going strong maybe for a different than graphic but you know, it's it's important listing. Well, I'm not hopeful note for the radio times. We are going to take a short break. You're listening to Madari house with me,.

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"evening standard" Discussed on AP News

AP News

01:37 min | 2 years ago

"evening standard" Discussed on AP News

"The program will initially cover only a handful of properties but by the end of the year airbnb says it'll will verify the quality of seventy five thousand homes in fifty cities police are investigating a suspicious package that was sent to prince harry and his fiancee meghan markel as a racist crime scotland yard said that on february the twelfth a package containing a substance was delivered to st james's palace where hurry has his office police said the substance was tested and confirmed does known suspicious the metropolitan police force set counterterrorism detectives are investigating the incident as an alleged militias communication offence evening standard newspaper reported that the package was a letter containing white powder under racist message earlier this month a letter containing white powder was sent to an office of parliament leading to a partial evacuation of the building it was also found to be nontoxic construction's begun and the afghan stand stretch of an ambitious pipeline that's to carry natural gas from turkmenistan to afghanistan pakistan and india the more than 8000 climate or pipeline is to carry thirty three billion cubic meters of gas a year and important new export outlet for turkmenistan whose economy center is on its vast natural gas reserves and friday workers of the turkmen afghan border welded the first link crossing the frontier in a ceremony observed by the presidents of turkmenistan and afghanistan pakistan's prime minister and india's foreign minister okay kids we got tmobile unlimited family plan with netflixing clooney it so our new.

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"evening standard" Discussed on AP News

AP News

02:09 min | 2 years ago

"evening standard" Discussed on AP News

"Restricted to sustainable practices the plan will be completed by 2021 for the ap i mucked rise from the ribbit will desk police are investigating a suspicious package that was sent to prince harry and his fiancee meghan markel as a racist hate crime scotland yard said that on february the twelfth a package containing a substance was delivered to st james's palace where hurry has his office police said the since was tested unconfirmed does gnome suspicious the metropolitan police force set counterterrorism detectives are investigating the incident as an alleged malicious communication offence evening standard newspaper reported that the package was a letter containing white powder under racist message earlier this month a letter containing white powder was sent to an office of parliament leading to a partial evacuation of the building it was also found to be nontoxic construction's begun any afghanistan's stretch of an ambitious pipeline that's to carry natural gas from turkmenistan to afghanistan pakistan and india the more than 8000 climate or pipeline is to carry thirty three billion cubic meters of gas a year and important new export outlet for turkmenistan whose academy centuries on its vast natural gas reserves cbs and friday workers of the turkmen afghan border while the the first link crossing the frontier in a ceremony observed by the presidents of turkmenistan and afghanistan pakistan's prime minister and india's foreign minister and thank you for listening to the ap radio network hey did you know that the associated press produces newsrelated books the latest installment is first putt first cut brings key moments in presidential presidentialtype history to life than the vast he keith odu collection highlights include checkers the dog that was the focal point of nixon's 1950 to checkers speech and the clintons beloved cat socks first titus perfect for animal lovers and his rebuffed of all ages first cut is available on kindle look and ibooks the ap radio news i.

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"evening standard" Discussed on AP News

AP News

01:37 min | 2 years ago

"evening standard" Discussed on AP News

"I'm tim mcguire police are investigating a suspicious package that was sent to prince harry and his fiancee meghan markel as a racist hate crime scotland yard said that on february the twelfth a package containing a substance was delivered to st james's palace where hurry has his office police said the substance was tested unconfirmed does non suspicious the metropolitan police force said counterterrorism detectives are investigating the incident as an alleged militias communication offence the evening standard newspaper reported that the package was a letter containing white powder and a racist message earlier this month a letter containing white powder was sent to an office of parliament leading to a partial evacuation of the building it was also found to be nontoxic spoiler alert there will be a third jurassic world's movie universal announced the planned for the next film and the reputed franchise four months before jurassic world's fallen kingdom hits theaters universal says jurassic world's 300 land in june 2021 the film will be written by emily carmichael and colin trevorrow the director of 2015 drastic world trevorrow in steven spielberg our executive producing each new film drastic world ranks among the world's biggest box office hits it launched with a two hundred eight point eight million dollar opening weekend and finished with one point seven billion dollars worldwide in ticket sales comedian chevy chase was kicked in the shoulder during an altercation with another driver in new york earlier this month and it's no joke good evening i'm chevy chase and you're not police state chase was driving and south nyack on february nine when he was cut off and traffic by a 22yearold.

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"evening standard" Discussed on Monocle 24: The Monocle Daily

Monocle 24: The Monocle Daily

01:53 min | 2 years ago

"evening standard" Discussed on Monocle 24: The Monocle Daily

"This is the monocle daily life from studio wanted midori house in london it he's getting on for six years since the vein us president barrack obama solemnly informed the world that any use of chemical weapons by the government of syria would constitute the crossing of a red line which it was strongly employed would trigger a swift and decisive military response by the united states that line was crossed several times most infamously in rebelheld districts of damascus in 2013 and the united states did nothing though the red line has been devalued currency ever since french president emmanuel macron has now bought into it promising to strike syria in the event of further chemical attacks on joined with mubarak but folks defence editor of the evening standard robot dig at the sense that macron is any more serious about this than a bomb it turned out to be i think he is quite serious the whole issue of syria and the region getting out of control which we can talk about it in in in a minute of france does feel it's got a dog in this fight to oversee got a particular interest in lebanon and the trouble is that since january osce rubber hinted in your introduction if the does seem to be evidence of a at low levels have been what is low level with these dreadful attacks the chemical weapons are being used possibly in three different places in the last ten days but we are awaiting a definitive report from the office for the prevent woman chemical more krone was careful to hedge that these recent attacks not confirmed by independent authorities et cetera and so forth yes that it that that is the point and it just be absolutely clear about the facts on this the opcw who which who are on the ground issued.

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"evening standard" Discussed on Reasons to be Cheerful

Reasons to be Cheerful

01:32 min | 2 years ago

"evening standard" Discussed on Reasons to be Cheerful

"I didn't really get going to laos it's my full cheese and i'm not 57 so as grayson perry hello hello hello at so we're talking about and kevin is here i've kevin the capping of in the catches here i should perhaps tell the story is kevin made frontpage news in london yesterday and eddie you were embroiled in the story while i was twenty graced about this podcast and dia grayson said i said mubarak aviv lost your cat these are the are mentioned as the evening standard said you're on the front page of the after i took some time to convince him that he was actually on the front page of the evening standard are weak the fact that there one or two other things going on so brexit disaster and so i think grace in life though it was two of unlikely bail the front page osa division of of guinea lebedev sending kind of special agents out searching for it so he got the followup story with roy jones voting child dies but but kevin is unscathed all he's got a bit of a broken taylor ethics you stuck on the roof next door three days so yeah he at the east if affected by these mucci abou but that's the reason to be cheerful definitely return of kevin love caps do power the internet the i love i onlons must pictures of cats kevin is a batikhi not skyvan leslie said you'd has all the cap things good neil that so it will heads talk about um the effects of culture on regeneration anointed stop by thinking about when when you were growing up in chelmsford we aware of local culture.

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"evening standard" Discussed on WLOB

WLOB

02:33 min | 2 years ago

"evening standard" Discussed on WLOB

"Same thing that happened then just in different cities that new york boston philadelphia and austin and what are they doing they're planning on collectively screaming helplessly at the sky together collectively now they're going to be spiny like that just like that yet in the sky and and believe it or not antifur is actually joining them oh sweet mercy so wh so anti pa and these liberal protesters people who hate donald trump are going to be screaming collectively in public parks yeah this is their big resistance i think this is what it's finally culminated to one year later well that's the i mean that was the father the grandfather of the scream obu fat right there was our day oh yeah you gotta tell me to stop i'll keep doing it i'll keep dough at so anybody who is located on or near a college campus right now find the safe space get there there's gonna be a lot of screaming now i'm reading from the evening standard they they say as many as ten thousand people are going to gather at washington square park today yeah so if if these reports are correct there's going to be about ten thousand people in new york there could be about four thousand people in boston where the idea originated so boston i think has given us a few better things but this is one of them and philadelphia there could be around three thousand people killed in your fine reporting on biz saw the screen mode this liberal scream oh have you been able to ascertain what they hope to accomplish with with the screaming well the refuse fascism organization which is affiliated with the red lucien a communist party who has said that they're not going to be violent do we get a christmas card for the most people i don't think we do art i'm sorry go ahead yeah well this is what they said on facebook together we can scream with purpose and rows a sleeping giant and their mission is to overthrow the trump pen regime so i guess screaming is going to be their ties screaming yep that's there that is.

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"evening standard" Discussed on News-Talk 1400 The Patriot

News-Talk 1400 The Patriot

01:44 min | 2 years ago

"evening standard" Discussed on News-Talk 1400 The Patriot

"How do you stop people who are clearly deranged combined weapons when they haven't got an insanity argument against that when they're not so deranged skits for any are some psychosis is evident and you would never saw gun you have to rely on on people not letting them get weapons but he bought the gun and so something that register in the system either it's a bad conduct discharge or the conviction that rise to the level where the fbi dropped the ball the gun on a really didn't submit it we'll have to find out and we will be finding that out meanwhile let me read to you from the evening standard that the reputable newspaper in london uh uh the sutherland springs gunman was pursued and shot by a local man steven will effort at another passerby chased him in one hundred miles per hour car chased mr wohlfart is a plumber he has no military experience he shot the killer or through a gap in his body armor forcing the killer to flee according to the evening standard mr wohlfart another pro passing rather johnny lying endorphin chacon at almost one hundred miles per hour and a car as the wounded killer tried to make a getaway after taking a hostage but the hostages do i haven't i've not have you seen that anywhere else i haven't seen any report of a hostage kelly said to have killed twenty six people they're reporting all this of course from london's or maybe they got something wrong but stephen will aford fifty five god bless him for showing up with a weapon before police got there you could imagine how long it would take for anyone to call nine one one.

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"evening standard" Discussed on AP News

AP News

02:23 min | 3 years ago

"evening standard" Discussed on AP News

"Of it was on her sales technically advice exlosers on the people that work for each other to finish britain's evening standard newspaper is apologizing to solange knowles ap's azeris shackled reports the paper was called out for digitally altered image of assuming you're on the cover of its magazine nels had released the sung called don't touch mahathir complained on instagram that an elaborate braided crown on her head had been digitally removed from the cover photo the magazine article feature to sing at talking by experienced as spending time at her mother's ceylon as a child she also discussed paintings importance to heart and praised it as its own art form the magazine said in a statement that the photo was halted for layup says there was sorry for the fans course sarah shankly london ninety four year old woman celebrated her birthday by going skydiving with her granddaughter and great granddaughter ela campbell says she figured she might not make it another year at her age so she took the ten thousand foot dive at hazelton regional airport in pennsylvania her granddaughter sarah schooley and greatgranddaughter order just fox jumped two they all jump separately and each one had an instructor with them in a tandem jump campbell said the fall was kind of a while and she says the show skydive again the pregnant widow of an american soldiers contradicting president trump's account of his phone call about her husband's death is ap washington correspondents' agra make any reports she says the call made her cry even worse mighty shia johnson says the president told her sergeant david jobs a new would he signed up for but it hurts any way she tells abc's good morning america that made her cry because she was angry at the tone of the president's voice adding the president could not remember her husband's name not long after the interview aired the president tweeted i had a very respectful conversation with the widow of sergeant david johnson and spoke his name from beginning without hesitation he's been in a war of words with the florida congresswoman who heard and described the phone call the president said her account was fabricated my he shia johnson says it was one hundred percent correct saga remain ghani at the white house what's your done ran out of space on my phone sunday deleting some stuff by singing dog by goal i pronounce.

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"evening standard" Discussed on AP News

AP News

02:20 min | 3 years ago

"evening standard" Discussed on AP News

"Wireless figured out of ills honor sales technically advice exlosers on the table that with these conditions world antidoping agency is investigating systematic doping in chinese athletics in the 1980s 90s the allegations were brought forward by a former chinese physician who said to have looked after several national teams and china xiulian shan recent li arrived in germany seeking political asylum she told german broadcaster ard the more than ten thousand athletes were affected during those decades and that anyone who was against doping was considered a danger to the country wada said it'll examine whether such a system may have prevailed beyond those decades the first stepped up you ada said was four it's an independent intelligence and investigations team to a negotiate an investigative process britain's evening standard newspaper is apologizing to solange knowles ap's as various shackled reports the paper was called out for digitally altered him image of the you're on the cover of its magazine nels had released a song called don't touch my complained on instagram that an elaborate raided crown on her head had been digits removed from the cover photo the magazine article feature to sing at talking by experienced as spending time at her mother's salaun as a child she also discussed ratings important to heart and praised it as its own art form the magazine said in a statement that the photo was halted for layup says there was sorry for the fence cause serious shaikhly london the patriots beat the falcons again ap's it gave him khobar reports this time without a fourthquarter comeback there would be no revenge for the falcons in foxborough in a rematch of last season's super bowl new england have way with atlanta again in a 23 seven victory on a foggy sunday night tom brady threw for two hundred forty nine yards and two touchdowns the defending super bowl champion patriots rushed for a seasonhigh one hundred sixty two yards reigning nfl mvp matt ryan threw for two hundred thirty three yards in one score knowing when kept the falcons off the board until julio jones ied catch up a season with 40 nyg remaining gefen called off foxboro massachusetts much to do jon rahm at a space on my phone some deleting some stuff by singing dog by goal.

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"evening standard" Discussed on AP News

AP News

02:27 min | 3 years ago

"evening standard" Discussed on AP News

"On the people that work for each other traffic conditions on ninety four year old woman celebrated her birthday by going skydiving with her granddaughter and great granddaughter ela campbell says she figured she might not make it another year at her age so she took the ten thousand foot dive at hazelton regional airport in pennsylvania her granddaughter sarah schooley and greatgranddaughter just fox jumped two they all jump separately and each one had an instructor with them and a tandem jump campbell said the fall was kind of a while and she says the show skydive again britain's evening standard newspaper is apologizing to solange knowles ap's azeris shackled reports the paper was called out four digitally altered image of the senior you're on the cover of its magazine nels had released the song called don't touch my had complained on instagram that an elaborate braided crown on her head had been digitally removed from the cover photo the magazine article feature to sing at talking by experienced as spending time mother's salaun as a child she also discuss ratings important to heart and praised it as its own art form the magazine said in a statement that the photo was altered photo layout layup says there was sorry for the fans course sarah shack london country singer alan jackson the late jerry read and songwriter don jr slips of all been inducted into the country music hall of fame jackson has sold nearly forty five million albums in the united states and he's had twenty six singles reached the top of the billboard country chart s jerry re died in two thousand eight he began his career as a studio musician who played with and wrote songs four stars like elvis presley and porter wagner hit song when you're hot your hot earned him a grammy award dodged bullets had his first songwriting hidden 1978 when kenny rogers recorded the gambler other songs he helped ride include on the other hand and forever and ever amen dan by randy travis and when you say nothing at all four alison krauss much ado on ran out of space on my phone sunday leaving some stuff by singing dog by goal i pronounce uri wedding ceremony tough at metro pcs you get two free phones with twice as much memory dorsey by your memories switched in metro pcs get two free lgk 20plus found with thirty two gigs when he switched you lines metro pcs wireless figured out of ills honor sales technically advice exludes numbers on.

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