32 Burst results for "Grenfell"

UK marks 3rd anniversary of deadly London high-rise fire

AP News Radio

00:44 sec | 4 months ago

UK marks 3rd anniversary of deadly London high-rise fire

"It started with the kitchen fire and ended with seventy two deaths now in the midst of a global pandemic Britain is marking the third anniversary of the Grenfell tower apartment block fire with a virtual chat service to remember those who died in the blaze the Grenfell tower fire was the worst of mystic plays in the U. K. since World War two the twenty four storey building engulfed in flames which killed scores of people shocked the nation that is also prompted a widespread investigation into the low cost global cladding on high rise buildings in tribute to each victim who died in the fire the bells of London churches will toll seventy two times greenlights full cycle from tower broke windows to show solidarity with survivors and the bereaved Karen Thomas London

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UK marks 3rd anniversary of deadly London high-rise fire

AP News Radio

00:44 sec | 4 months ago

UK marks 3rd anniversary of deadly London high-rise fire

"It started with the kitchen fire and ended with seventy two deaths now in the midst of a global pandemic Britain is marking the third anniversary of the Grenfell tower apartment block fire with a virtual chat service to remember those who died in the blaze the Grenfell tower fire was the worst of mystic plays in the U. K. since World War two the twenty four storey building engulfed in flames which killed scores of people shocked the nation that is also prompted a widespread investigation into the low cost global cladding on high rise buildings in tribute to each victim who died in the fire the bells of London churches will toll seventy two times greenlights full cycle from tower broke windows to show solidarity with survivors and the bereaved Karen Thomas London

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Who Is Isaac Levido?

Monocle 24: The Briefing

05:08 min | 10 months ago

Who Is Isaac Levido?

"At the end of this month. The United Kingdom will leave the European Union and in so doing fulfill the key election pledge of conservative prime minister. Boris Johnson. To you get brexit done. We have followed that. He's paralyzed blocked. Dinner Lean capable of functioning as Anaconda that swallowed the neither moving one way on the other. He's lean except of course that brexit will not get done on January thirty first Brexit exit will not get close to done on January thirty first if and when Brexit can truly be said to have got done it will be still further pointless tedious Diaz wasted years from now but none of this matters to the Prime Minister and party. Who promised to do it? What does matter at least to them is that they won a thumping majority in last month's general election for that the Tories Oak considerable thanks and have doubtless already paid considerable? Money to a rashly officially beaded thirty something from Port Macquarie New South Wales who served as the Party's campaign director. His name is Isaac Lovato. It is. It's always hard to know how much credit to extend to such figures. Strategists spin-doctors string-pullers special advisers. It seems reasonable to assume the people capable of subtly manipulating public opinion in favor of their paymasters Also able to cunningly inflate their own reputation for being able to do so but there is little doubt that Levino presently basks in the warmest regard of the recently returned conservatives Dominic Cummings Boris orest Johnson's senior adviser and a man not known for self deprecation in much. The same way that circles are not known for being square has described Libido As a hundred times better at running campaigns than me so who exactly is is a collado and how did he get here. La Vida learned his trade from his fellow. Australian Lynton Crosby a veteran political strategist. Who has made something of a speciality of coordinating somewhat belligerent and populist campaigns for parties wrightwood of center in Australia and elsewhere though crosby's record in the UK is not one of unalloyed success excess? He did twice help. Boris Johnson get elected mayor of London no small accomplishment in a city not generally hospitable to conservatives Isaac veto worked on Crosby's twenty seventeen general election campaign for Theresa May an enduring. Listen perhaps in what not to do as a nation. We face the most important potent five years. I can remember. That is why I took the decision to call a general election so that we have a strong and stable leadership we need old to see us through brexit and beyond but La Vida made his name properly back in Australia in two thousand eighteen where he served as deputy director of the Liberal Party party. Australia's annoyingly named Conservative Party in May two thousand nineteen the Liberals led by incumbent. Prime Minister Scott Morrison steeled themselves also a general election which nobody believed they could win. With the apparent exception of Isaac La Vida veto helped create a strategy which relied on a ruthless roofless focus on the merits of the prime minister such as they were the shortcomings of the opposition leader and brutally simple messaging. It was a template readily adaptable optimal to Boris Johnson. Jeremy Corbyn and getting brexit done as is proper for a habit to of the shadows. LA- Vito has done little press press and let little be known about him. The impression conveyed by colleagues however is far from that of a fire breathing bully reports to Picton Ernest. Decisive voices won't see working eighteen hour days and maintaining a clear focus on what is required for victory undistracted by the gaffes bloopers or short circuits of the candidate which in a campaign for Boris Johnson must require a superhuman serenity libido and his pair of young New Zealander Digital Gurus. Ben guerin and Sean topping also understood that social media campaigns need to be effective rather than outwardly sophisticated. They were clearly on embarrassed to be seen pushing what looked to anybody but angry. Daily Mail reading pensioners like absurd amateurish. Nonsense Libido was not however shy about removing other senior Tories from the spotlight. At the end of Shepherd's Crook early in the campaign at related would housing and Mannequin Jacob. Rees Mogg intoned some ill-advised remarks about the victims of the two thousand seventeen grenfell tower disaster. I think if either of us were in a fire whatever the brigade said we would leave the burning building. It just seems the common sense thing to do and it is such a tragedy that that didn't happen but I didn't do with race or class. Rees MOGG has has bailey been heard from since and for that much. Even the most ardent remainder should extend Isaac La Vida Victory Chewed

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Kate Middleton Takes on Her Most Important Role Yet

On Heir - Royal News & Interviews

03:56 min | 11 months ago

Kate Middleton Takes on Her Most Important Role Yet

"It's been a big week for the duchess which is of Cambridge. Who of course took on her first patch big patronage in quite a few months I think the last was the royal photographic society but this week it was announced that she she became the royal patron of family action which has of course been passed down to by the Queen? A big one for her. Yes big one but selling keeping with what her main platform has been. I think it's quite interesting. When we look at the younger generation of roles because for decades the older members of the royal family had had upwards of five hundred six hundred seven hundred patronage is? But what we're seeing with. This younger generation is a much more concentrated focused effort. And you really understand and what they're interested in so of course. This feeds indicates Very hands on work with vulnerable families disadvantaged children and she's made a big point of of fighting for children to have a good early start in life because so much evidence that supports a good early. Start being beneficial to the future so Edition I think with swim definitely and as you say this is kind of continued really. What's being almost an eight year? Focus for her. Now we've seen this kind of continued theme of community support. Family supports child supports. And not just recognizing that families are doing but also Harris Paris and people in different sectors as well family action long established Charity had been founded in eighteen. Sixty nine queen wasn't the first world. Oh Patron Queen. Mary was the royal patron before that. So it's been nice to see this. One been passed down from generation to generation. Definitely is a good continuum isn't it it's an and this This event this week wasn't case I Engagement on behalf of the charity. I I think what's really unique with this one in particular is they're trying to branch shout in as many different ways to help as many families as possible and so I think it was January that she was there when they launched the family line which is using volunteers across the country to help. Oh people through texts and emails and over the phone which that's kind of new universal. You could really tax the charity before help you can out exactly. Ah as you mentioned they did. They do all different areas. They tackle difficult issues at a families face including financial hardship emotional wellbeing socialites isolation Russian and then of course more serious things domestic abuse substance misuse. And so it came as we know has had private meetings with the charity beforehand. This is something that we're really seeing happen. Quite a lot with the younger members of the Royal Family because they are taking on less patterns Jays so they have more time to spend with each charity. It's not just cutting cutting a ribbon here and It's actually a lot more on the ground and hands on definitely and I think that focus is really benefiting the charities in terms of public awareness. Because when will we ever talking about mental health as we are today and you can look at each. I mean we keep talking about William Kate Harry making a switch of this generation. But I think that's the future isn't it with with Charles's vision of a slimmed-down monarchy but you can look at each one of those rules and you know exactly what they're interested in and they're able to use their platform to really highlight the causes that drive them that make them want to raise awareness. Raise money and really get stuck in. But I think it's interesting too as you mentioned omits mid it's no longer just unveiling a plaque cutting a ribbon. Several years ago Williams left out on the streets with the homeless to highlight the work of centerpoint Harry trekking to the poll with with wounded veterans. Megan getting hands on with the Grenfell Tower Cookbook. She was in the kitchen. She wasn't just. They're writing forward. So we're really seeing again with Keeton eighteen her Chelsea Flower Show Garden. She really had an active role in that in designing that and being hands on with it so I think I think it's quite nice for the roles to you because they're able to then just really get embedded and get to know the people they're working with and who the

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"grenfell" Discussed on The Leader

The Leader

12:45 min | 11 months ago

"grenfell" Discussed on The Leader

"Cotton has quit forced out by the mayor over her insensitive response to the Grenfell Tower Tragedy City Hall editor Ross. Lionel broke broke the story. It's been made quite clear to me that really she was made to go. She did not want to. We'll speak to Ross about the meeting with Grenfell families that moved the mayor to act also the human traction should not be underestimated in this radicalize is have been behind. Many of the people carried out in this country. Not People just doing online Whom Affairs at Mountain Bentham talks to us about his exclusive interview with a former met counter-terrorism boss and his warning over homegrown extremism.

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"grenfell" Discussed on Limitless with Josh Patterson

Limitless with Josh Patterson

16:40 min | 1 year ago

"grenfell" Discussed on Limitless with Josh Patterson

"Guess you're on this high. You know this magical moment y you know mother and brother. I've come to support you and correct me if I'm wrong but I think it was four days of officially sleep becoming a firefighter. I believe it was your first shift. You face for Grenfell Tower and you just can't even even comprehend how to even date or something like that. You couldn't even write it. Let's put it that way. I mean I. It's something that you would not almost in like a Hollywood film like that would be the reality. Do you feel like everything that you had faced up to that point. Better prepared you for probably what you were going to be. Subjected to post the event. Yes I think have been dealt with all the negative Gave stuff as a kid and trying to get the positive and the negative from after that happened. I wasn't really sure how it was going to affect me and I was surrounded surrounded by a lot of really strong people that will like. I know it would be fine if you want to be fine. I think the first two weeks after that I was an absolute wreck anyway and I think think I drank a lot just to kind of gnome yourself. Yeah just kind of wanted to sleep all the time and the only way I could sleep like drank a lot this I did. That was the general attitude firefighters. Do you think a lot of the mature cope in a way of kind of numbing them forgetting kind of been seen. Yeah yeah photo At that time it was kind of unspoken knowing that we all knew within kin. But we didn't really say much because you didn't fill it out. He wanted to or needed to and I think naturally when the time was right to start talking about that kind of thing then we would. Everyone had their armor on and try ought to be strong and not really in the best way diem of it because he was trying to honor iron rather than doing the token thing coming up and you do who ran the lot when we sit down in eighth round the table. So it's cold so we'll sit around the table and you have a minute to chat but then every now and again that might be interrupted interrupt because a shout Baku job will come through and then you just quickly jump up and leave and then you don't really go back to that conversation because it's kind of like Saif by the bell. Oh fuck out we guy I think the only reason I realized I was struggling because of Pam I went and saw and she was like there. Is something wrong with doc. My Mom and my brother Ridge decided to just kind of let me just go. Are you okay every now and again and doc. I was grateful for that because I was like. Just let me be self destructive adoptive. Let me drink let me say. Let me just do what I WANNA do. Because that's clearly how I want to deal with it. And then no one. I went to see Pam. And she said there is something seriously wrong. Comedy you are not the same person and that locked variety her and she would. No I mean just just to give you guys a bit of a background of Palm. She's mutual friend that we have she is one of the most strong-minded powerful women I think both of us have probably ever match. She's America and she's foul mouth. She's just the most incredible human even being who has no no any helped you. But she's helped me a huge amount in my life. I mean there's been times where I've had some really dark spots you go in and you spend five minutes in that woman sauces you out. Because she's been through hell and back and you look at what she's achieved and she just puts things into perspective doesn't she and I think I I understand so much about what you're saying that when she goes the something wrong she knows and you can't bullshit and that's why I take fuck off if you say and yeah. I think the Hudson acknowledged that with you must have stood out. Yeah it hurt up because I thought oh my gosh if I lost who I was and does that now mean every friend I have where every relationship of bill. They're not going to want to speak to me or spend spend time with me anymore because of different and I don't I wash changed but clearly something has because you're telling me that has. Do you think it was what you saw what you heard. That was really the effect like what what is it. Do you think in particular that was having this knock on effect or do you think he was just the general. I guess environment that you're in at that time where it just is overwhelming overwhelming. And it's just something that EPO comprehend what you've been through. Yeah I think just took the words out mouth overwhelming was exactly I was just so I've welcomed with everything. Didn't know where to start to be able to deal with it so visuals here. We were talking about the Act Way. The it was dealt with people around me family friends. People treat me differently because all of a sudden I wasn't eight-point him. All I was just this fly into grandma and it just sucked. That's all people could say and even some family and friends which is constantly be like. Oh look this. This is April. This is my friend she she just did grenfell and he's not he's not fucking TV. Show you don't realize what I went for an absolutely dreadful and I know that you're proud because I've you've done something good in your eyes but just telling everyone like I don't like being the center of attention I just want to hide and just lay all blow over and then and you realize it's never going to blow over 'cause he's indebted in history and that's never going to go away and he's kind of tattooed on his apology. Odd You know. Do you think it's being a slow recovery Defer let you have recovered. I think you feel like you. leaps and bounds ahead of where you are and then all of a sudden one thing is your massive setback. Like a photo of his fine and then the inquiry storage and then the anniversaries. Come up up and then people want to ask you about you. Think okay. I'm fine until someone mentioned it but you can't ever speak about again to be okay. I went to counseling and the guide were amazing for offering counseling. And checking up on you afterwards and like I had regular sessions because they offered that to me and it was very necessary at the time and then got to a point where I don't need this anymore but I was not the right person to make that judgment call because I stopped going because I felt like it was making me feel worse. But they're not going to make me feel worse and and then go back now because now I look like a failed again icon admit that I was wrong and I needed it when I said I didn't and was really doc eager to get out of there and sign me off on fine tick the box. Step me out. Offi guy what baffles me is that you have a room full of people as you said our family and yet each individual khun jump into a burning fire and endanger that life without fair. But I'll terrified just to tell the person awesome next than they've known for years that they're scared and they've been really affected by something and it's time to gauge that. Why do we still have this limitation in our lives where we are just in fear of doing actually what is best for which can truly help us and I guess it's these conversations? Were you know anyone out there. That's listening to this. It doesn't even have to be a serviceman or woman but just take strength from it and the more we talk about I think the stronger more united and the better off as a society we are going to be. I mean the fact. You've had the courage today to talk about this. I just think he's so so valuable because you just don't know who's who's going to be listening to it if one person can just sit there and think general. I'm not going to be scared about saying how I feel today. Even if it's someone one that would usually probably laughing go shut up. Don't be an idiot and brush you off just be like okay. I'M GONNA give it a go and wherever the reception I get from what I say. Ah helped me out and I think he's just being selective as well who you do talk to about certain things because everyone is who they are at the end of. Diana's someone isn't as supportive because I don't not talking about their phaetons don't put them in that situation to have to pick someone that you trust cost and that you believe is GonNa Listen and give you the best support you deserve and then you can do the same for them immense about keep saying this. I think so many people get get so worked up the an individual doesn't wanNA listen to them or they don't understand what it is that they're saying and you just have to respect that they're not. They're not bad people. They're just not in a similar. Mullahs mindset to us. He like you just pointed out that you just have to have those conversations with those that can and that took me a long time to realize I had friends. I would open pan up two years ago when I was struggling. And I'd come out of those conversations so angry and it was mainly just because they hadn't been subjected to themselves to how they meant understand. It's like me saying thing to a woman who's pregnant Gawk. I really know what you're going through. I have no I did know but I think as time goes by. I guess the empathy vague that you can have I guess the more we said we detour to people about these. These experiences through your life. I guess the only way you can show those that don't understand how to is by showing them by talking to the move Alger do you feel like this is brought. You'll brigade together stronger since that day. And you feel like you now can see strengthen that vulnerability and able to talk more openly with one another or do you think again. That's maybe just another hood or the guys are going to face and it might be a slow one. I think he's probably still a hurdle however the route length of time that's gone past has definitely changed it as well so I think it's just is going to be a time situation whereas more incidents happen and time goes on people will feel more comfortable to talk about things. Do think this is given a massive kick forward in come. Let's just talk about how we feel because surely every month something from that wherever you were there whether you weren't because there are a lot of people that went there that felt devastated that they couldn't be helping and that's like a catch twenty two because he's kind of luck would arrive bane of GE at home. I'm watching that terrified for people and colleagues wanting to be there like fire myself not to get up and go or is it. But I'm there eh was in that moment not keeping given that choice that make sense. Does I mean it's it's. It's a tough decision. Yeah do you think it changes your perception of life and how you WanNa live a yeah absolutely is horrible. I think life is really short and and I could die any mini could for a salient or trip over something or run out of air and the job. If I'm going to be offered to do something or make a decision I I'm thinking about right. Would I be the great. And if I didn't do this and then adopt tomorrow. I always say I think one of the most foolish things as we can do in life is act as tomorrow is promised because we have no idea and I think the reason why limitless for me was so important to create is is when you Zsa stories like yours and you meet the people the I have done every single day. Literally with the click of a finger life can change. It doesn't have to be death. It can be anything rental physical financial social and we just don't see it coming and I think that's why you know so so often we hate people say live every day like it's lost we say it but I don't think we really mean it when we say a and you have to believe and that's why I say to people with limitless. Wake up every morning look yourself in the mirror and say to yourself. I am limitless and I know people might go up and that's really corny. What's any corn if you don't believe that because the minute you believe it's not it becomes your mantra and the reason why is because we are capable of doing anything we want in life? What would you say are the biggest limitations mutations that we put on our selves often just the simple thing of Sino Arcand did? You can't do. You really won't do it then. WE'LL YEH EH. Because there's no such thing as you can't. This waiver is mental strength physical strength being able to just achieve a goal. It I. There's no way you can't do it because other people are if you look around you you say all I really really want to get into shape and you can't do it. You can't because that that person has and they've just set their mind to in this go and they've gone and done it. You should go Gab. You are enhanced literally just about. At if someone said to you they call it. What would you say? You pretty much disowned today. I think the only way we can tell people that they can do. It is by showing them exactly. You have to take risks. I think that reflects on everything doesn't it and I think that's what's key to anyone that's listening take strength from April today terrified to come and podcast when you think actually what she's already been through the grand scheme of things the podcast probably won't be the scariest but to you. This was a big challenge..

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"grenfell" Discussed on Limitless with Josh Patterson

Limitless with Josh Patterson

12:28 min | 1 year ago

"grenfell" Discussed on Limitless with Josh Patterson

"Experiences as being a firefighter at the tragic Grenfell Tower April stories perhaps even more extraordinary as it was the first shift on the job April eight pro firstly. Welcome and thank you so much for coming. Thanks A to be here April and I basically have a mutual friend an amazing woman women coupon and Pam had been watching a lot of my limitless series and she basically sat me down and said listen. I have this incredible woman in my life April and she has this story that I just. I think it needs to be told to when she told me a story. I just was blown away and I just for me. It was so important that people heard it so I think you know what I would really love his feet Khanna. Just take all the way back. Kinda just share a little bit of your journey with the people like childhood four year. Do you know I just. I don't think I have many early memories. which in one way I think is a shame but the memories? I have public. Because they've been divorced. Young Age public could be quite dramatic but thankfully I don't really remember any of that. Unfortunately urgently by earliest memory is all about nine years old and this is probably where things started to go downhill really in terms of having to grow up fast and changed change my life and not have such normal upbringing was when my mom's twin sister passed away and then chat to adopt my cousin who then became brother and that's just one of those memories the situation of finding out that had happened and then everything was going to change and then oversee that spiraled into mom have in mental health issues and being emotionally distressed and she just lost her twin sister and my grandma was ill and chat chat to be strong and adopt another child and she already had three of our own and not very big house. And I think that's my earliest memory and did you have a support network at work. Did she know reminder. You'll meet someone which kind of taking on this She she never remarried. But I think the biggest support network was my brother and that's probably why they are both the way. They are now in terms of their mental health and the depression because they've by relied on each other so much and giving each other the support so my brother has ultimately been like my dad growing up reading an evening managed to kind of detach yourself from that in like the most positive way possible without vein to negative towards how they've dealt with stuff is just to try and think I don't want to end up plaque that I don't want to put myself in a situation where I don't feel I can go out and meet someone else. If something went wrong or I have to have my immediate family icon venture out and find over people and how they've isolated themselves. And that's that's why I am how I am. But they know that. And we've discussed that and that's why I always. I always you're crazy all of a sudden jump on a plane and go somewhere or you you you sit in the house in your pajamas and the next minute you want to run outside and go to a bar or something. It's just they just think my head to they see strength in what you do I mean and can you see a change in that character tool I mean they try and take the positives of what you do in Troy guess adult it to their own lives absolutely. I don't know about adopting it to their own. Lives hundred percent but they do try their best. I think just so when all that stuff happened my first shift at work impacted their massively and I didn't realize because I was so caught up in what I was feeling and how I was going through the I didn't think about how emotional and sad and distressed they were from May actually be in there and I didn't take that into account in until a year and a half later when realized my mama recorded these. TV shows. In case I wanted to be engrossed in that incident and know what had happened. And obviously I'm referring to is the job that had it work although she still continues to go through her own personal battles. You know the wonderful thing is that she has the acknowledgment I'm guessing. Oh Oh gosh yeah. She's because she's not innovation. She's by herself one hundred percent all about her kids so maybe in the joke I mean she feared for my life every time I go to work even though seventy percent of it sometimes isn't very dangerous at all and then she'll be supportive of the fact that my brother's suffering move severe depression and doesn't leave the house and then my sister's gone through things of her kids and she's always is not that her anymore and nothing is as well we'll be an apparent is is never about you anymore. Deep Inc being subjected to this at such a young age has molded. The person that you've become today. DC is a negative not DC as positive because of how shape G. A C. is oppose event in negative. I think in a bad way is probably close me off to a lot of emotion because I've seen how fallen in love and separating I'm from people hurts and not just saying don't want to have that feeling of sane people go through but at the same time it makes me WanNa have more friends then be more receptive to me and people. There's more friendship rather than that kind of thing to fill out with the choices that you've taken you would say that this is made you move resilient. Yeah definitely don't realize until after something's happened how much he's GonNa make you who you are that blows is my mind about you. I've met a lot of people in my life that have been subjected to to mental illness have lived with mental illness us and I would say almost the majority of them commit themselves into a life of calm and pace i. I think what's really interesting about you. Is that three. What you've been subjected to? I'd say has will inspired the decision to become a firefighter. I'm trying to get my head. Wrapped around is why that was your choice. Because I look at. What's you guys? Go through every day and there is nothing calming on. I can't see peace in it at all and I wonder when you have the the mindset that you do while you're at them put yourself into that environment rather than something. Maybe a little bit easier as a very good question. I think like my nine year old self at that point of disasters strike in and my family kinda fallen apart was like okay. I just need to help. Everyone help help help the best. In the only word I knew at that point for our school. What just continued on help? Help help and when it came to that point where people go. What do you want to do the job I was like? Oh Wow. I haven't really thought about that into now and it's a bit late because I haven't really put my head into studies and I'm not the biggest book. Smart Person Ever ever gone off his job and then when I was in that office job I was at. Wow this is awful. I really don't WanNa do love the people I worked with. It was just the mundane tasks everyday the same thing. And that's when I sat there in full riot. That can't do this for the next forty years before I get a pension or walk what what did I want to do. And then I sat down and I asked my mom and she was used to love. What in London's burning and I got I did so I looked into it and it just seemed like it ticked every single box? It wasn't you have the stability of the same things every day that you go in and do but then you have the randomness of if you have no idea what's going to happen. You get a second family which is frigging awesome. And then you get a little bit of excitement but you get quality quality time off as well and you just meet random people that you'd never met before and you see some of the most Ranji never would have seen of allies. And it's just amazing. You know servicemen servicemen and women come into law scrutiny for things and actually we don't really focus on what's important is that there are so many men and women every single day that get up and commit that lives the people for not return and they're endangering their own lives. I mean you endanger your life every single day feel love for people and I just think it's. It's just such a such a special quality to have but I mean your your journey becoming a firefighter wasn't easy. Was it so you had an entry. The exam is a moron saying that. And how many attempts did it take you to get in when I was eighteen and had apparently no life off experience based on my terrible application which I do look back now. Wow now undead at high make. And then it's GonNa go away and get that office job and Get the experience of being around people and then come back and then I apply the second time. Go to a certain state I think of my interview are Kinda. Just fumbled doubled my words and the questions or wrong and then filed. That thought right okay. I'll try this one more time. So yeah went away. White for the application process to open open up again and then applaud then go through the hoops and hurdles are needed to and then got like a physical fitness daily have to do whereas quite intense. It's not gifted dudack about six different stages and one of them is just simply lifting a bar up above your head about. I think he's twenty kilograms grams on it. Don't worry much I went to lift up and I didn't bend my knees because someone told me not to be and then I did and that caused me to fail it which pushed me back about also have a month due this month. And then the Goss it'll go away practice lifting and then just come back Redo that you have to Redo the whole day. I am great but once you've done that you'll be fine so he's not just in the stress of that one thing. I could pass everything else. So they don't have to go impossible again and then Redo we do that. One tiny left which just just me right out from them and then yeah just went back and I've done it but I bet my knees because I I made a point of asking beforehand four hundred because I don't hurt my back. I was like yeah of course again a piece of cake. Then when you bend your knees and you lift weights as a natural movement went south okay. Cool right managed to pass that. But that four-month I was just going back and forth. I ought to do this because I feel like I'm constantly going to be tested and I never just going to be left alone and be able to just just only things like I'm always going to have to reach this ball that people set in to check the always fair every free as we'll have like a fitness test and what about when I get older and I just idle these as I can. Do this voices inside you. Uh You basically your demons. Yeah and it was just horrible. That mom just sucked and I think I lived in the job for a month and I had a personal trainer. 'cause I was panicking and didn't even need to panic because I could lift the white. The first day I went in there he was lifted. Was the pope in Rome too much preparation. I was high if the whole month is the need to get through breath fail but then I think you know. Those attempts that didn't succeed is ultimately what created the firefighter. That you on now. Do you have anything to you so if somebody else was in my shoes right now would they persevered the way. I am to become a firefighter. Do you think so individuals rituals would quit. I mean did you see that around you toll. Yeah I think I kind of use that as a little bit of told to keep myself get my head in the game and the best thing about it is is that you eventually eventually succeeded. Officially became a firefighter that I was like the best bloody day of my life. Like a member of Reggie came out. The House pitches. Amazing to watch me graduate. I I y across London far away. How how special is that moment women if nothing else came from being a firefighter at just that moment in itself what you went through what you did you achieved inspired your mom and your brother to to come up the house? Yeah that was like the Cherry on the cake really like eleven weeks of like amazing training. I'm at some amazing people but then coming the house is kind of not go. That was left it even if it was horrible experience which was and that was definitely worth it just for that. One will be.

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Campaigning gets underway in UK general election

Monocle 24: The Briefing

04:43 min | 1 year ago

Campaigning gets underway in UK general election

"Let's get more on that story about the UK hey general election getting underway joined in the studio by terry siesta as a political journalist with a regular chronicler of all things westminster welcome back terry to the show as if to prove the fast paced nature of things here in the UK capital some breaking news more news for the government yes this is supposed to be the big day when boris johnson launches his election campaign he's been to see the queen this morning to tell her that parliament is now officially dissolved in the campaign is properly up and running and what has happened on the first day he has had to lose a a member of his cabinet the welsh secretary alan cans who has just been forced to resign fine because it's to do with the question of what he had known about evidence that one of his aides had given in a rape trial and it turns out he said that he hadn't known about this misleading evidence that his his former aide given it it turns out that he didn't know that this was damaging very damaging to the trial and he has now on with absolutely dreadful timing for the government to offer his resignation i guess is as a sanitary lesson about you know tori pledges to get brexit done that's absolutely fundamental to the whole campaign and this is another sort of wheel another spoken the wheel of the the shows exactly how that's going to be yes i mean boris johnson later today's expected to set out what he wants to be talking about during this election campaign and that we expect will be things like you know very much his domestic agenda things like spending on hospitals things like funding schools things like more funding for well police officers and of course on top of that his his claim that he will increase you know get brexit don t won't be it'll be more uncertainty that it will be finished by by the end of january the trouble is that in the campaign such as it's been so far he i mean and this happens in every campaign has to be said but the things are knocked off course so not only have we had this resignation today we've also had for instance jacob reasonable see making some new is the leader of the house of commons at the moment making taking some extremely ill advised comments about the grenfell fire and appearing to suggest that if people had had common sense than they might have not done the fire brigade told them to do which was put in that they might have they might have escaped and then one of his colleagues piling in on that seeming to suggest that jacob rees-mogg was after all a very clever person might and you know this played really badly now there are always gifts in an election campaign i i think the what's the what's difficult tell what cuts through to your voters who are out in their constituencies having politicians turn up in in big buses and wanting to shake their hand i think the problem with something like the grenfell jacob rees more cases it plays into what people already think about certain members this government i in jacob rees-mogg case that he is a very well off privileged man who is not someone who either personally or professionally has much idea of what it might be like to either fight a fire and a tower block live in one and that sense of seeming out of touch i think is is a big risk particularly for the conservative party eh now one thing that might be different about this campaign you're quite right of course they're always these precious blowing things of course is potentially that there are maybe more players or more parties as we are more groups within a westminster and it's on barons who will be pitching punches some people saying look essentially this is a four party election and maybe the brexit issue makes it so oh there's there's much terry i mean clearly we still fundamentally have two party system but there seems to be something different in in the water what do you make about yes i think this is going to be a hard election to predicts partly because we're starting from a point where you have minority government essentially going into an election so you have a lot of conservatives and we've seen them over the last few days standing down former conservative people who've been thrown out of the party people like hank clark people like philip hammond people like the former minister advisor today in traditional conservative seats and they will obviously be replaced by new candidates but you know the votes in some of those areas might be up for grabs recede in the liberal democrats at the moment going into the campaign quite strongly with the very remain message and we've seen in the labor party is actually being fairly unclear about what their brexit position is which is not to say that brexit is going to be the only issue in this election election but

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Grenfell Tower Report Faults Fire Brigade’s Response

The Leader

07:47 min | 1 year ago

Grenfell Tower Report Faults Fire Brigade’s Response

"Inquiry has found the number of those who died could have been lower if London fire brigade had not told people to stay put. It's also accused the Brigades Commissioner Danny finds an institutional failure cotton says she would have changed nothing in the response to the fire the report condemns this a misquakees response on the night itself and warns that the FBI is at risk of who did not he's been out of the newsroom speaking to them again today David this report isn't due to be published until tomorrow but it's been leaked early how of those you've spoken to sleeping son who basically survived because she ignored the fire department stay put policy and she had asked her solicited collect the report yesterday and she was outraged that it had been leaked this morning so she discovered that when she woke up and saw it on the news mm issues and things that have happened all the way through there has been an attempt always to try and show maximum respect to the survivors but in this case it clearly hasn't worked the horror of the relatives of those seventy two who died must be if my family member had not taken the advice they would be alive the must be people thinking that lots of the thinking like that particularly because there was a window where pretty much almost everyone could have been saved if if if action had been taken very quickly and if the first responders had been ah able to go up and clear those flaws they was window with that could have happened and I know David that I have spoken too many families who ignored that policy there was one family who I spoke to arrive back at the tower one in the morning arrived back they caught the lift up as luck would have it somebody jumped out on the fourth floor which is where the fire had just broken out the lobby was full of smoke the husband went to get his children out of the tower they want the thirteenth floor and sent his wife back down and has she got down to the bottom floor the first fire engines we're turning up and she said to them my husband children are up there and they're responsible tell them to stay with a are and close the windows and doors and she passed her husband to tell him to stay put but he let's see how fires can spread from his native Portugal and he ignored that policy and not only that he banged on all the doors of his neighbors on the thirteen flow and he saved the lives of all those people in the thirteenth floor some of the Fi and I've spoken to admitted that they radios were not up to the aw on the night so when they did go up the tower they lost contact they did not have the right equipment that allow them to be in touch with their commanders on the ground who could even tell them also and so's calling from this flat on this floor can you can save them they were pretty much on the up there and that must have been very very scary situation so incredible bravery shown by many of the fire service personnel who would attended Grenfell Tower but was let down by those in positions above them well this is what survive is a feeling that mm-hmm tiny cotton the the commissioner in charge of London Fire Brigade Who is she will retire next uh they feel that she should be made to face the consequences of this policy of in flexibility and also of this the preparation I think there are others as well at the top of this command who face further scrutiny and I think there there is considerable anger and and will continue to be because it it is ah the conclusion you reach inescapably and sadly is how voidable most of these deaths were and we haven't even got on to the issue of the cladding which itself is is a whole other

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Grenfell Tower Report Faults Fire Brigade’s Response

Hugh Hewitt

00:31 sec | 1 year ago

Grenfell Tower Report Faults Fire Brigade’s Response

"Report on the deadly Grenfell tower fire in west London that twenty seventeen blaze killed seventy two people this reports which heavily criticizes the London fire brigade says its preparation and planning for a fire such as Graham fell was heavily in adequate it concludes this if the fire brigade had made an earlier decision to evacuate the building rather than telling residents to stay put it's likely more lives would have been saved the report praises the extraordinary coverage of firefighters on the night but identifies many

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Grenfell Tower Report: Fire Brigade Slammed for 'Systemic Failures'

BBC World Service

00:24 sec | 1 year ago

Grenfell Tower Report: Fire Brigade Slammed for 'Systemic Failures'

"The official report into the grand full tower fire in London two years ago in which seventy two people died to strongly criticized what it calls system make systemic failures by the London fire brigade the report to be published on Wednesday says that planning for such a fire is dreadful was wholly inadequate in current chairman also said that fewer people might have died if the fire brigade to decided to evacuate the building earlier

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"grenfell" Discussed on A Podcast of One's Own with Julia Gillard

A Podcast of One's Own with Julia Gillard

32:12 min | 1 year ago

"grenfell" Discussed on A Podcast of One's Own with Julia Gillard

"Positions of leadership and the way those that do make it a traitor to die I helped lead the Global Institute for Women's leadership at King's College London a host of murders and attacks that con- if the community comes diploma's just like no more this one of the continent's is that never the phone and she said I've been evacuated because and she called it on the Moroccan Tower 'cause that's what it was known as locally because in the seventies the other Moroccan population so I said so no problem I'll drive down and picky La Monroe knee say eight hundred me is one of my daughter is in the house she was ten at the time so I just said to a popular thing over your Hoodie let's go down pick up anti pizza as we came out onto the main our affair I could say I can say the telephone this I could see the fiber fairly contained to me but then the police had started blocking off routes on the other significant thing that night is there is a helicopter hovering for quite a while but we used to have a cup of Ram is the police who usually looking for someone in the nine th now if I hear a helicopter like what's going on you know that time he just throw just goes over your head so we parked the car got out and walked quarter fantastic where she was she was at the base of the tower and within I would say fifty minutes if I spend so you've just had his own mind see kind of explosion I'm not swing you could see the fog chronic going up up up and it's almost like a moment of silence on screaming it was months later when somebody question me I realize it in here any of fire alarms at all that night the literally stood there just in shock because you knew people were in that Talia winters people said let when they saw people jump on sandy put trump I could see people in the windows lots of people shall in for them to get out more and more Simon's come into the area that we know now on the Fire Engines Coming in people Colin signing Sin Silencer can't get hold of sons I did facebook post at five seventeen in the morning because there was it was Ramadan for the Muslim community here and some guys coming back into tissue from mosque went back and bought crates and crates of water. I think about seven o'clock the knee by charged and opened it does but there was no presence of authority said this was just community just community just individuals have healthy now what's happening can expect like the Red Cross the term apple something with like you know Silva shades to pull over them or something like nothing nothing was happening we were just their communities talking amongst each other people trying to and have you got so and so's number who else they've seen us just kind of just trying to kind of work our way through what's is still kind of almost surreal at the time the sort of thing you might see on a movie at you don't expect to be there in real love and giving you your daughter with you but you must be very conscious of the need to shield her from the horror of saying people at Windows Burning Tower and they can't get out to know something I kind of find it hard to forgive myself for keeping her with me night but at the time I really had an unconscious sold y look back on now she stood them so adults in the community helpless I'm we really need to keep an eye on innovation that sold out on the night I'm then you know within a couplet died she realizes that she's lost a friend in the file so but Tom just there was nothing we could do and for the next sixty hours that the grenfell tower continued to burn you volunteering in one of the many relief centers you were talking to people about what was happening at what point in that kind of crisis response did you think to yourself the is happening people aren't getting support and it is because of the nature of the community that lives in this tower we are being treated differently than if this was happening in a predominantly white upper income suburb in London so I think for the context the robot Winston Chelsea is one of the richest powers in England had two hundred two hundred and seventy five million pounds in reserves on the north of the on the south of the borough of always been treated different lay on the lead up to the fire the had been several compaign breath and to campaign going in terms of the refurbishment that was happening and grumbled Tala so it wasn't a shock when it went up on the night in that kind of sense there was also an issue around them what we called kind of willful neglect managed decline of Social Housing in the power so they'd run your social house down so much that in the end that sale you know it's not worth repairing it why don't you go meet too Peterborough in Lincoln Xiao we've got so many nice properties so we all were almost saw as apartment ethnic cleansing I'm they got rid of the play service which was the pre school and after school cash for working mothers in particular and gave out too the end surprise that almost double your child care bill and I will also just in the process of closing or selling off the local further occasion carnage and local library so there's a NATO apartment off the north of the borough of feeling really ostracized enormous spin trade like peasants but one of the pets up so the fact that they didn't turn up on the nine you know we're look I'm for the authorities but actually in the back of our minds we know they don't care for us and we've now coined the kind of institutional indifference social housing is a necessity and we've built a community sites very resilient community anyway I mean we have not carnival there we invite people Soi community for two days every millions of people come on and have a good time you know we don straight that's the kind of community that we all so when it comes to the fire the relief scientific community B. Nascent setup as I can and people do what they can do if he can cook talk to mine if you can close puck clause if you can help people won't pay for you know talked to play comfort people you know find out people's needs community we literally got on with that you have to remember it takes the local authority two or three days before they can even entity punitive list of the tenants in the tower for three days not now's who actually limbs in the tower all of the missing poster going up you're not you know how can a local authorities say that's the richest Brenton be running it's Roxie like this and you have to Sinai you have to bitch conclusion that they really just didn't care and the community that lived in Grenfell Tower at that time can you describe the the mix the composition of that commute entity who was it that such indifference was being shown towards some of the sites paperless fourteen of the households in there they were home honest they had bought their council social housing flats we've just stemmed compound cool note does seem vine and behold signed the logo we've put you know you've called engineers architects teachers you know spill Portas Nasseri work because there's a whole raft of people it's a working community say it's working community you know on the the me theod was very unhelpful at the beginning because they bought into the stereo types sign we night went because people were up let's and Ineptly potties on the welfare you know no one speaks English all the kind of general stereotypes but action a the former residents from Graham Tower those with us now and those are no longer with us are decent hard working people who looks after their families it's the most wonderful community telephony I mean my daughter speaks three languages nine we holiday all with the world with no hotel bell so we are who we all those people beautiful beautiful people and another friendships have built up post Graham foul where you can see this kind of tremendous kind of blend makes going on and you just watch may that's at the twin less what twenty central community should look like on over the world and how did you end up out of this experience being the leader of the justice rainfall campaign headed that happens the leader I'm calling you I call myself the coordinates tourism is prime minister the time she comes on first visit and doesn't make community she talks to the emergency services but then good Lina less birth Prince Harry and William they come down they meet the community say so goes in the media that miss my maybe or maybe not have made a mistake so she comes back again and try the community but it's a little too late but one of the things she calls for Matt Die instilling a public inquiry and my heckles gaup because I know the lessons from Lawrence I knew the percents from hills prior who waited nearly thirty years with some kind of justice in terms of an inquiry getting an outcome so a friend of mine look lives locally it's been around for absolutely years and he's a real powerhouses things like at speakers corner and speaks on a whole host of his shoes and he'd done some rain brilliant sound points on like facebook and twitter when I had a moment to sit down after I must like some of his staff otherwise he'll thing coming the hate and I felt no don't like them just pick up the phone and call him and we almost drank each other at the same time because he was just like you know I've been trying to get hold of you and I'm just now I'm calling do we kind of had a chance to sit the divide enroll thing is already going on let's just kind of grab some thing and try and put something together so we had it made with the community that was the Sunday coffee community members together and said look we need to do think in between them had been protests down at the town hall and it looked like he was getting out of hand people were angry angry was pointing Hoy and so we decided on the Monday to sign up more so we could get the community together just in a space to think that it would be led by survivors families we'd already identified the low compay religiously as we put them at the front and just of half walks through the area it's almost brings sense of calm but also a sense of union say a slow and it kind of just took off from there we went on the doc people were asking us for information which is kind of went back moved into Ishmael Baseman he's got basement flats and from then people just kept turning people come into the area and that's I you know I need help with spoils at in particular briefed on Mr we're coming in who didn't live in the area didn't live in the country MMA coming in from abroad and there was no kind of Britain document or any so then they started to come down to the price man he put the to the countdown response by Smith how we just is law survive zoo some of them had gone been in hotels by then but didn't know where to come full you know the daily money will gain people's solicitors not just use them the networks we previously how'd you end up being very much the public face of this campaign had that happen and how did you feel about that wow I always hated public speaking I find it difficult a bit nice now I probably held myself buckle in regards to on it was the block that just because we have to come pine we'd be the press then had someone Tsugaru for information and not just needed to do my fair share really Moro's my campaign college she size because I'm easy on the Roy but actually I prefer writes in to save a meritas moved safe but it was just it was almost if not you who moment mm-hmm who's going to speak about this and I knew I had the information and I just needed to get out it was important Grunfeld style in the public side k. and the response from the public is so huge the amount of people that came in to say the donations kind and you know we it was really important for us to keep what happens income found in the public eye and for me it was quickly kind of became the what happened it Grandpa told me everything that was wrong with society that we lived in whether is equality a whether it was a steroid say whether it was you know how side life how much our lives matter you know deregulation of stuff. Germain outsourcing of public services mainly which kind of string such as cut from the state and we're just left to run around loose lay and no one keeps us site not even in your own hyme obvious just buoyed up from that my anger on passion around Just not I will not let this car and do you back from the public speaking do you think as a woman you were self limiting you were thinking others should be there at the front rb one behind doing the work but not paying the public face a lot of women would I think put themselves in that position the doer rather than the person in the front and that is exactly what was happening because although it looked like Manhattan sets up the belief centers it was actually women in that Jimmy ordered one do you think it became agenda thing and I think one of the raisins wants that many of the communities it was L. Speaking on their behalf and when you would speak to some women they would kind of say you know what I can I need you to do this to me so one of the cases that we are a MRS worthy authorities really to fall now is we know too of the female survivors from the tower were housed hotels rooms with the house burn but had previous reports the police of domestic violence so you know you haven't imagined say but everything that we've worked for in terms of that violence against women adjourned aw that the government has been very supportive of that falls down.

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"grenfell" Discussed on Today in Focus

Today in Focus

01:39 min | 1 year ago

"grenfell" Discussed on Today in Focus

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"grenfell" Discussed on Today in Focus

Today in Focus

09:23 min | 1 year ago

"grenfell" Discussed on Today in Focus

"Who lived on the eleventh floor of Grenfell tower called nine nine nine fourteen times on the night of the fire. Two. Expect them to come and get me. They were supposed to be there by now. No matter how they're caught them. I.

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"grenfell" Discussed on Global News Podcast

Global News Podcast

02:12 min | 2 years ago

"grenfell" Discussed on Global News Podcast

"As this one has done twenty four story apartment block housed families from a host of countries and one of the richest boroughs of london an official inquiry into the disaster has had evidence of a series of catastrophic safety failures hundreds of survivors were made homeless and left traumatized by the blaze the worst in britain since world war two bbc's up donald was out the tableau this morning well the mood here is incredibly somber it's very reflective as well grenfell tower is now rats in a plastic sheath with the green love hearts at the top of it which has come the come a symbol of remembrance for grenfell and the seventy two people who lost their lives it was actually lit up in a green lights at six minutes to one o'clock this morning that was the time to fire service received the first cool and the names of all seventy two victims were ran out memorial at the local church at one thirty this morning but there is it has to be said all either there is good sued the plastic wrapping that went that is wrapping encasing the tire at the moment only one top in the last week and many people who live locally and lost loved ones say having this what is it affected charge to tarring above them the last year has made daytoday life even harder because the public inquiry started a few weeks ago we've had very powerful witness statements but for families this tragedy touched across the world so many people living in that tower came to london from the full corners of the world one of those who died was seventy nine year old come mea he became trapped in his home on the seventeenth floor along with his first wife rebecca his two sons both called muhammed until daughter who's now as the harrowing details of the families lost desperate phone calls to friends and loved ones began to emerge thousands of kilometers away in the van jesse town of movie bizarre another family would be left shatters for the way over here shabby one night i came from moscow after prayer and went.

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First guilty plea in Penn State frat death

First Morning News

02:14 min | 2 years ago

First guilty plea in Penn State frat death

"Year on the horrific grenfell apartment block fire still haunts britain more from correspondent tom rivers survivors and bereaved families here are marking the first anime three of the fire that destroyed a residential high rise in west london killing seventy two the memories painful infotel turned our lives upside down but we are doers i mean we have to live with trauma and and trying to keep strong bring back memories we saw for scheming and show in in every kind of blind rich it was the greatest loss of life in a fire on british soil since world war two the demand for answers goes on tom rivers abc news at the foreign desk of first guilty plea among the more than two dozen students accused in the death of penn state fraternity pledge tim piazza last year correspondent markle remmel argh reports twenty one year old ryan burke pleading guilty to four counts of hazing and five counts of alcohol violations stemming from a two thousand seventeen hazing incident at the now defunct beta theta pi fraternity that left nineteen year old timothy piazza dead a statement from the commonwealth's attorney general's office says burke admitted to his role in a gauntlet of drinking games and following that prosecutors say he walked around with a bottle of vodka and gave drinks to underage pledges including piazza burke will be sentenced on july thirty first mark remillard abc news it's time for your weather with ray stagich i'm excited because it's going to be good news he's bringing us it may even last through the weekend ray much better weather now settling anna was four hundred seven inch of rain yesterday seventy eight degrees and that didn't happen until yesterday evening now will continue to see the mild weather in already mild this morning some of us are actually hovering around seventy degrees mostly sunny later in a comfortable eighty four tonight clear sixty to fifty suburbs a few clouds around on friday just slightly cooler seventy six saturday plenty of sunshine eightyfive sunday a mix of clouds and sunshine eighty six maybe into the mid nineties by monday i'm meteorologist ray stagich a weather channel seven ten w mark simone if you look at the president's schedule a meeting with the cabinet meeting with these agriculture kim kardashian was there to talk about prison reform mr new york mark simone these always a headline ahead to deal noon seven ten.

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White House opposes Senate measure to reimpose ZTE sales ban

C-SPAN

02:16 min | 2 years ago

White House opposes Senate measure to reimpose ZTE sales ban

"Walter reed national military medical center after treatment from what's being describes a mild heart attack the white house press secretary sarah sanders ain't doctors say larry's recovery is going very well in that he's at home in hopes to return to work soon the white house is objecting to provisions in the senate annual defense funding bill overturning a deal by commerce department to lift us sales ban on chinese telecom firm z t e that agreement requires et pay one point four billion dollar fine overhaul its management team and allow the government to hire an house compliance group and the white house saying it will work with congress to try to get the provision out of the senate bill is not in the house version of the defense authorization bill and secretary of state mike pompeo is in seoul south korea saying talks with north korea will be will resume next week and pompeo also saying that the trump administration is hopeful that major disarmament steps by north korea will occur before the end of president trump's first term in january two thousand twenty one president trump back at the white house tweeted number of times about this issue including this one before taking office people were assuming that we were going to war with north korea president obama said that north korea was our biggest the most dangerous no problem no longer sleep well tonight and now on c span radio british prime minister theresa may taking questions in the house of commons on topics including trade relations with the us also the ongoing negotiations and brexit britain leaving the european union a note that the proceedings were interrupted by a call for an immediate vote take a chamber into a private session and the call is by the scottish national party leader after that call was rejected by the common speaker that's scottish leader objected to that was thrown out of parliament for remainder of the day and his fellow party member members followed him out in a protest this runs about fifty five minutes since to the prime minister is the gareth thomas speaker prime minister thank you mr speaker mr speaker tomorrow marks one year on from the grenfell tower file i know that members from all sides of this house will join me in saying that this unimaginable tragedy remains at.

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One year later, Grenfell Tower fire survivors still coping with grief

Paul Ross Full Set Breakfast

02:21 min | 2 years ago

One year later, Grenfell Tower fire survivors still coping with grief

"The our news headlines of the grenfell tower are being remembered exactly a year after the devastating blaze in west london the block and others nearby bullet green names of the seventy two people who died were read at a private vigil kareem kelly lost his sister kadija in the far he's told us the last year has been a nightmare we are suffering this year was full of sorrow for of grief back set up a project to support those affected of children in the community have woken up this morning thinking about the friends the whole communities reflective particularly now particularly at this time and the community once again is coming together to support each other and i think that's what makes this area so amazing a minute silence at midday in other news rolls royces two counts around four thousand six hundred jobs over the next two years the engineering giant says it's part of a restructuring is it aims to save four hundred million pounds annually it's thought the cats will mainly be managerial roles will be from the uk workforce a man's been arrested over fears classified information about britain's new f thirty five stealth fighter jets has been passed to china antiterror officers are questioning a man on suspicion of breaching the official secrets act it's reported he works for the engineering giant rolls royce in darvish shut the company though is not commenting home secretary is expected to loosen migration controls to enable thousands of highly skilled workers to come to the uk the annual limit of twenty thousand seven hundred affects the likes of non eu doctors it specialists and engineers and managers of worn the cap is causing a recruitment crisis robbie williams will perform at the opening ceremony for the two thousand eighteen world cup later hosts russia face saudi arabia in the first match of the tournament england legend john barnes has been giving julia his predictions okay i mean i don't think we will win it but we can get to the quarterfinals and of course in the quarterfinals we could play spain brazil and if you look at the problem spain or having having got rid of their manager on a one off this young england team could beat anyone so great radio national weather is the weather weather warnings for much of the north strong winds and renaissance because of storm hector which has moved in this morning wind and rain will ease in the south later though with some sunshine radio sports thousands of trade products to click.

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YouTuber Allison Raskin launches fictional 'Gossip' podcast

podnews

01:54 min | 2 years ago

YouTuber Allison Raskin launches fictional 'Gossip' podcast

"The latest pod news gossip premiers on June fourteenth, subscribe now and Stitcher, apple podcasts or wherever you listen and remember, it's all fun and games until they're gossiping about you. Gossip is a new scripted podcast from Alison Raskin who's a comedian, author and YouTube, and it's launching today l. had an exclusive on the trailer. Raskin has seven hundred and fifty thousand YouTube. Subscribers and videos have been viewed more than one hundred and twenty million times.

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"grenfell" Discussed on talkRADIO

talkRADIO

02:07 min | 2 years ago

"grenfell" Discussed on talkRADIO

"Act talk radio we'll talk about that next with qc john cooper say comedian michael mcintyre was wrought by two man on a moped parked outside his own child's school yesterday we'll be talking to a former police officer he's trying to tackle the scourge of moped robbins and a man who was recently robbed at gunpoint by just such people and more than half of us don't open household bills yet we've all been that fifty six percent have no idea how much the standard price of energy is a you in the dark about your finances we'll talk about that before nine and the majority of young people say they don't feel proud to be english but why not your thoughts on that on twitter the no nonsense breakfast with julia hartley brew so radio we'll get you talking we will get you talking and joining me in the studio this morning till nine chris williamson labor at people to be north and chloe wesley campaign manager at the taxpayers lots an awful lot of stories to talk about so we're gonna be talking more about the heathrow runway expansion big issue for people who live under that flight path which is quite a few million people just the people who live nearby and plenty more besides i up though the terrible events of june last year when we saw the horrific just absolutely horrific plays i think it's embedded in everyone's minds now forever the image of grenfell tower on fire but yesterday in the most devastating evidence we've heard the grandfather inquiry i think five experts did verdict on the blaze that left seventy two and basically they'd listed a litany of failings they failings are also numerous it's almost impossible to go to the mall basically the cladding was fumble will stop that wasn't family was put on in the wrong way the windows weren't protected the finals didn't work the sprinkler systems didn't work the fire couldn't direct their their the lift to act what properly pretty much every fire precaution the was available to anyone in this country did not work it wasn't put in right it didn't work on the night or it wasn't used now one of the key things that came out there was that within twenty minutes of the.

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Celebrities Pen Letter Calling for Release of Ukrainian Director

Tom Sullivan

00:29 sec | 2 years ago

Celebrities Pen Letter Calling for Release of Ukrainian Director

"Enderle september grenell scott fox news he advice given to residents of a high rise in great britain had caught fire last year killing dozens facing criticism in a new report to fire at grenfell tower in london killed seventy two people now as britain examines what went wrong an expert report says the fire services policy to urge residents to stay put had effectively failed badly half an hour after the fire began and yet residents weren't told to evacuate for another hour the reports also says plastic cladding fixed to the outside of the high rise was incorrectly installed and didn't comply with fire accusations in london simon owen fox news would stephen sondheim and patrick stewart just a few of the celebrities calling for the release of ukrainian dissident and filmmaker oleg sense off sense alva critic of the russian annexation of crimea serving a twenty year sentence on terrorism charges in a letter written today the celebrities are calling on russian president vladimir putin to free sense off writing that the upcoming rolled cup games in russia would heighten security of the countries the of the country's human rights abuses lisa lacerra fox news.

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The Latest: Expert: 'stay put' policy failed in tower fire

Paul Ross Full Set Breakfast

02:22 min | 2 years ago

The Latest: Expert: 'stay put' policy failed in tower fire

"The morning blueprints has tangled terrorism includes plans for security services to be informed more quickly about suspicious purchases menaces won't firms to allow them to the possibility that someone is stockpiling chemicals or acting suspiciously when hiring vehicle security minister ben wallace says the policy is constantly updated because the threat changes one of the reasons our strategy in our terror counterterrorism policy in the in this country is so good is that we constantly strive to learn the lessons of the last attacks all the laws plots and obviously last year we tragedy saw five attacks and therefore we're going to incorporate many of those lessons into the contest inquiry into the grenfell tower tragedy moves into the second stage later and we'll hear evidence about the building's fire safety mp and former firefighter jim fitzpatrick says the lessons learned from this phase we'll may have big implications for building design and the advice given to people about staying put in a fire that building didn't perform the we should have done under for the state policy as right at the center of what the inquiry will be wanting to look at and certainly the police are far investigation forensic science and evidence will all have to look to determine exactly what happened how far how fast defiles spread why spread so quickly and what actions were taken to try to mitigate against that at least twenty five people have been killed after volcano eruption in guatemala many remote areas cut off on the country's president says some regions i wanna stay to catastrophe one hundred and sixty five services being cut by train operator northern relatives morning the new interim timetable comes into force which the company says will improve reliability the weather after cloudy and misty stop for many it will stay cool and cloudy in the east but the sun will breakthrough elsewhere that may trigger the thunder shower this afternoon we safe to turn on your radio the leviathan of chat rides again hello i'm james well go radio presenter isn't afraid to fake i believe the media should be well balanced by myself there is only one james wales remember filled up my loss swimming costs nothing the legendary james shower cancel well i haven't the other to be on his one hundred percent wail zero.

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"grenfell" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

02:26 min | 2 years ago

"grenfell" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"In the grenfell tower fine in london tell their stories the film that highlights men's attitudes to women in india and the artificial intelligence tool that you can chat to that's all here on weekend with me julian now a summary of world news bbc news with gareth ballet italy's new deputy prime minister matteo slovenia is visiting sicily one of the main landing points for refugees from africa and the middle east to push his anti immigration message at a rally on saturday mrs levin whose leader of the league set a legal immigrants should start packing their bags the us treasury secretary steve mnuchin has rejected claims from his g seven counterparts that the us was circumventing international trade rules with import tariffs on steel and aluminium but he said the president trump would address their concerns at next week's summit in canada the other six finance ministers fiercely criticised the trump administration china's state news agency has warned that all trade talks team beijing and washington will be void if the united states introduces trade sanctions after talks between the chinese prime vicepremier leo her and the us commerce secretary wilbur ross shinwa said in a statement that china was willing to increase imports from many countries including the us the british government has warned that the threat to the country from islamist terrorism could increase over the next two years as the country marks the first anniversary of the attacks on london bridge in which eight people died is also warning of the growing risks posed by right wing extremism israel has a tank numerous targets in the gaza strip in retaliation for palestinian rocket fire on southern israel a statement from the israeli military said they'd struck to sites where arms are made and stored as well as a military compound the president of the philippines rodrigo duterte has told a u n special rapporteur on judicial independence that he could as mr do teti put it go to hell the rapporteur diego garcia cihan had said on friday that the state of the judiciary expressed concern after the chief justice maria law de sorrento was ousted world news from the bbc you're listening to the bbc world service i'm.

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"grenfell" Discussed on talkRADIO

talkRADIO

02:45 min | 2 years ago

"grenfell" Discussed on talkRADIO

"I think it was just a pure lack of coordination you know on the ground at the time you know people the local authorities by their mission pet so the voluntary sector did step up and and although also quite unprepared i think the voluntary sector and local organizations neighbors churches and mosques which is better place to respond because they were aware of the nuances intensities on the ground at the time you know as you said many of the people miss them so we're gonna nations like mr made with just more sensitive to the need for example providing hello meals for the evening if doll meal faith sensitive clothing you know that that kind of thing and i think that's how the vote trajectory able to step up this dangerous in critiquing the role of the voluntary sector that the state sector local and national that we pay very very good money to whose failures are manifest and continue to be manifest until this day that somehow lets them off the hook i think that grenfell has been a big wakeup call for everyone and i think it's definitely about how we're going to work together moving forward and in the future and you know as far as i know at the moment the government all looking to to to make the responses to such incidents more fiction and exactly what we're calling for in this report were calling for the government and national actress to include the voice of grassroot and local organizations because as i said before we are the ones that know what's happening on the ground local level yes but you know this is a country that suffer the blitz this is a country that was partially destroyed by nazi aerial bombardment we ought to know often win twenty seventeen out to respond respond to a disaster like grenfell we ought to know that for fighting fire and tall buildings you need tall ladders you need helicopters the in avoiding fire in tall buildings you don't stop cyanide paneling onto the buildings you need to know that we need sprinklers you need to know that we need a proper a fire exit sunday entrances for firefighters i just have a feeling that there's a danger of letting the main culprits off the hook and this affair yeah i mean i think by their own admission in the independent task force review that that the.

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"grenfell" Discussed on talkRADIO

talkRADIO

02:15 min | 2 years ago

"grenfell" Discussed on talkRADIO

"Is as it always is or three four four four nine nine one thousand you call us we'll call you back and deaf or it might not cost you more than a penny or two you can also email me tweet me text me and you can above all listen and bring other listeners into what is the open university of the airwaves now muslim aid have produced a report handily entitled mind the gap it's sort of you of the voluntary sector response to the grenfell disaster and it says that the institutional response to the disaster wasn't i caught badly flawed in the first crucial days and the damage that resulted has been difficult to repair and the voluntary sector was quote very much on the front line on quote now this report which i haven't yet read in fool chimes with my own experiences a near neighbour of the grenfell tower and as i said my youngest son goes to school with survivors of it i smell it in the mornings and i was until quite recently an elected school governor a school with many grenfell survivors in it so i know what i'm talking about and so does maddie how raza the spokesperson for muslim aid medina thanks for coming on the show please summarize what the report is arguing well this report looks at the roles and responsibility of the voluntary sector to this disaster particularly looks at the lessons that can be learned from special value that the divers voluntary sector overnight dacians can bring to the table and how this support should be galvanized champions and coordinated becker to what more efficiently and effectively in future times of imagined no one muslim aid the victims of the atrocity at grenfell were overwhelmingly people of color well they also majority muslim they were i think almost fifty percent women's them at the time many of the people were fostering did so it was ramadan exactly a year ago.

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"grenfell" Discussed on PRI's The World

PRI's The World

01:47 min | 2 years ago

"grenfell" Discussed on PRI's The World

"It's his destroyed everything fill like part of me has been taken away when i go past and look at the tower i have flashbacks i know they are just pitches in my head connection see people behind those windows dying trying to get out s many survivors in the hearing room wept as i listened to story after story like that antonio runco lotto shared an apartment grenfell tower with his son both alive and ronca lotto is thankful for that but he says their future is still very uncertain i'm stealing temporary dacian the moment my son is those temper komo dacian and to you know we are waiting for the v nothing quiry the police investigation and everything and you know trying to stick together community for many many people the emotional still very high the situation is still very uncertain the fact remains that you really want to speak about the promises that you know the local authorities all the government has made to us sixty percent of the residents still in temporary or mercer combination so promises are not being kept we're all looking for to be rehoused and obviously to put pressure on the public inquiry the police education and to be united as a as a community and the trying to see the justice gets done as quickly as possible antonio ronco and his son survive last year's grenfell tower fire in london he was speaking there with our colleagues at the bbc this is the world.

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Grenfell inquiry centers fire victims; stars urge Indonesia to ban cruel dog meat trade; more in world news

The World

01:15 min | 2 years ago

Grenfell inquiry centers fire victims; stars urge Indonesia to ban cruel dog meat trade; more in world news

"The heaviest penalties since the coup attempt for suspects were charged with being involved in applause to assassinate president are dawn one hundred and four former soldiers were sentenced to aggravated life imprisonment the harshest sentence under turkish law after the death penalty was abolished a former air force chief of staff and a major general were among those receiving life imprisonment the inter american commission on human rights is accused the nicaraguan government of ordering security forces to use excessive force during weeks of protests against daniel president daniel ortega the preliminary report showed at least seventy people were killed and hundreds injured in demonstrations which were triggered by discontent over pension reforms the commission said it also heard testimonies of illegal and arbitrary detentions and torture views from the bbc the syrian army says it now has complete control of damascus and all the areas around it for the first time since two thousand twelve the army declared victory after recapturing the last small and claves still held by the state group to the south of the capital pro government forces have entered yarmouk which was once home to some one hundred and fifty thousand palestinian refugees and a neighboring district russia says it's eh defense forces have shot down a small drone from one of its airbases in syria moscow said it had hit the unknown drone at some distance from may mean abbas official results from the referendum in burundi show that people voted overwhelmingly for constitutional reforms that could allow president and currencies to stay in office for another sixteen years the campaign leading up to the vote was marred by violence and intimidation burundi's opposition said some people were forced to vote and others were beaten and arrested the italian president obama torello is considering whether to give the two main antiestablishment part is a mandate to form a coalition government the leader of the five star movement demeo and matteo salvini of the farright league party say they've agreed on that preferred prime minister a law professor giuseppi kante here's how europe analyst danny eberhard eurosceptic antiausterity and espousing a much tougher line on immigration five star in the league says there's will be a government of change luigi de maya called it a story moment matteo salvini of the.

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"grenfell" Discussed on Nightline

Nightline

01:49 min | 3 years ago

"grenfell" Discussed on Nightline

"The anger boiling over against the grenfell tower management polling although a studies have shown in the aftermath london police zeroing in their investigation on the various components of the facade we are sadly at stats the albanian kathy on the inside the time the party how this house has failed and how it was installs outside scotland yard intense speculation that the exterior clouding installed during a recent renovation could be to blame for how quickly the fire spread pronounced comeback hiding in addressing twenty two case because this building was covered in totting that is the calls at dosing to be the coles and in essence it was covered in a blanket petrol as we understand it was the non fire rated version of the panel which meant the foam insulation between the aluminum panels could support the spread of fire brian meet jim is a professor in fire protection engineering what we have is looming on on each side and in between we have an insulating material which is a combustible material i'll kohnic the company that made the cutting used on grenfell writing in a brochure for europe as soon as the building is high in the five fight is not as it has to be conceived in combustible material but here many trapped on high flows out of reach of those trying to save their lives i'll kohnic denying any wrongdoing telling us provide general parameters for potential usage university but i'm not responsible for an installer complying with local regulations.

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"grenfell" Discussed on Radio Free Nashville

Radio Free Nashville

02:09 min | 3 years ago

"grenfell" Discussed on Radio Free Nashville

"And welcome back this uh this uh epa black family the the grenville tower thing i i wanted to just give you a little more detail on both of these the greneral tower story this uh steve erlanger writing in today's new york times a cladding on each of the one hundred and twenty i rises tested so far cloudiness in a basically citing we've we call citing here in the united states and its aluminumsiding at that and and inside between the inner layer of aluminum in the outer layer of aluminum there's a sheet of polyethylene which acts as an insulator a temperature insulator but it is a highly flammable plastic and aluminum actually is highly flammable it burns like crazy it doesn't ignite until it's like twelve thirteen outer degrees something like that but once it ignites it burns and so this is this is why this grenfell tower uh you know went up so badly and now the in the uk they've got a hundred and twenty of these buildings that have been covered with this stuff uh in every case because it was chief it was cheaper than the fireproof stuff and people die i mean this this is i just i just don't think the mm in the argument the two well you know the market will take care of you know there's a lot of things them the market doesn't take care of what the markets really good at is making rich people richer as the main thing that the mark the market is gouda stephanie in winter ville california a georgia excuse me hey stephanie what's up how are you go home i wanted to be back a little bit of what i think a caller that you had nicole with mentioning about uh poor working class women and i guess i wanted to try to tie this to um i work with a lot of guys and i work at a i uh i working retail i make no minimum wage and i hear an end and then that i work with not make much more than i do and i hear him kind of i i'm in a red state and i hear this.

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"grenfell" Discussed on WPRO 630AM

WPRO 630AM

02:35 min | 3 years ago

"grenfell" Discussed on WPRO 630AM

"Talk lineup news talk six thirty at ninety nine seven fm wpro series of incidences shocking incidents these these last days since the election you will recall theresa may called a snap election intending to gain a guy greater majority for the brexit negotiations ahead instead she grain to minority in she's patch to gather a majority of votes with another up a party from ireland nonetheless she is we can by her failure to be successful at the polls and then the incident of a fire grunfeld towers the investigation under way but there is large suggestion that it was mismanagement and theresa may was chased from the scene by angry citizens especially because grenfell tower seemed looks to be council housing meaning that its low end surrounded by neighborhoods that are high end and now an incident in finsbury wear mosque goers were exiting during ramadan and a man in a van his said to be named osborne original from cardiff drove into them and then was captured by these are by the ob passersby according to their testimony shouting 'kill all et cetera cetera so that is underway that investigation is going underway and theresa may is still prime minister bread a very good evening to you i exhaust us with my summary of the day so far it's getting that the british news is much like the american news there's constant stress on the prime ministership or the presidency here how is theresa may a handling these different claims for her authority given her weakness at the polls good evening to you good evening great great to be here i am i recruiting a karadayi that i had government when i move came over here for a break from the us it felt like a round of our for older person this year's over there and then i come here at harbin goes crazy her or i regard rental of armed they would be a coors program the thing about hurry for my you really do edited woman walking to hurry hard to describe it in our term just how her brand aired by the last couple of weeks one probably the one of them triple putting it isn't her her uh approval ratings are now a negative thirty four it was not old enough to remember watergate but i imagine it would order wiped out an.

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"grenfell" Discussed on WBT Charlotte News Talk

WBT Charlotte News Talk

01:55 min | 3 years ago

"grenfell" Discussed on WBT Charlotte News Talk

"Us a call news eleven to ninety nine three wbt three john lewis the john batchelor show watching the united kingdom not only for brexit but also for a series of incidences shocking incidents these these last days since the election you will recall theresa may called a snap election and intending to gain a guy greater majority for the brexit negotiations ahead instead she'd grain to minority in she's patched together a majority of votes with another up a party from ireland nonetheless she is we can by her failure to be successful at the polls and then the incident of a fire grenfell towers the investigation under way but there is large suggestion that it was mismanagement and theresa may was chased from the scene by angry citizens uh specially because grenfell tower seemed looks to be council housing meaning that its low end surrounded by neighborhoods that are high end and now an incident in finsbury where mosque goers were exiting during ramadan and a man in a van is said to be named osborne original from cardiff drove into them and then was captured by these abide the ob passersby according to their test damani shouting 'kill all et cetera cetera so that is underway that investigation is going underway and theresa may is still prime minister bread a very good evening to you i exhaust as with my summary of the day so far it's getting that the british news is much like the american news there's constant stress on the prime ministership are the presidency here how is theresa may handling these different claims for her authority given her weakness at the polls good evening.

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"grenfell" Discussed on talkRADIO

talkRADIO

01:54 min | 3 years ago

"grenfell" Discussed on talkRADIO

"But we live in butter market i'm delighted the companies only will get his he's going through the papers for us it goes bruce social security it's but must be refreshing or what these parts of london if at the whole country's been through recently will good morning bullets london's taking a bit of a beating right now sunny in the wake of last week and also with this run despond is going on obviously uh this morning and i'll be keeping my eyes in trying to reach on my contacts to see what update so i can get for us that he will get his live with maple rushing butter market was only a couple of weeks ago will remain chester we come from that terror attack where hitler hi this and alex douglass live in west london at the base of good info china as close as you safely can be globally alex what are you seeing at the moment your bowling bowl i'm pete perked of grenfell towerblock smoke you can use the bill out of the building it looked like a black eye in gala dinner at the moment earlier we heard from i had elga go one left us out of the building was screaming 'help us to kim as a window grow from phones for you not fall in physically and so much smoke coming along not a twenty seven story building the a forty in that part of other which they of course onto the end forty ended then up into the midland's has been closed access by mergency services arctic what clearly see plumes of smoke and flames is i'd rather into this only at about four forty five a m on the a four elevated section and horrendous sounding see where they live all the xtracradio so eight minutes past seven and we'll get you choking paul ross full sutton breakfasts onshore it was a head on the show is wanting from russ cane he newly joined just wanna wednesday just before seven for a round up for the weeks music news he was watching events unfolding last night he printed an absolutely heartbreaking terrifying picture of course now live petra arose reporter alex stable who seemless london a grenfell chela alex what's happening now what's.

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