35 Burst results for "Heathrow Airport"

"heathrow airport" Discussed on Airline Pilot Guy - Aviation Podcast

Airline Pilot Guy - Aviation Podcast

02:37 min | 2 weeks ago

"heathrow airport" Discussed on Airline Pilot Guy - Aviation Podcast

"Well, Gabi says I lived my last four months in Hong Kong in 1997 under the checkerboard. Oh my God. I'm trying to sit I'm trying to think where that you would have been living, but in a hospital bushes and things. You skulking around there. He was hiding from the law, apparently. He was. My main captain knight used to live up on that ridge. He rented a place out there for a while with the fabulous commanding view of Hong Kong. It was a great spot. Yes. It wouldn't be. But worth it worth it. Yes, very much. I was born barracks. Okay, well that makes more sense. Yes, The Rock monkeys. What are The Rock and monkeys? They would probably be the RAF monkeys and listen to rock. No, the RAF regiment, The Rock apes. Names so because they used to have a permanent attachment out there on Gibraltar. And supposedly during the Second World War, the tradition was that everyone was worried that if the monkeys, the apes that lived on Gibraltar disappeared that the island would be taken over during the Second World War. And the numbers got down. So I don't know. It's supposedly the RAF regiment dressed up as monkeys and jumped around on The Rock for a while. But ever since, yeah, the RAF regiment, which is like an infantry unit for airfield defense for the RAF. Yeah, we're called The Rock capes. Very cool. All right quickly, hoofing apes, okay. Do we have time list to do number 7? All right, David sent this in. And the source of this is from BBC. Heathrow Airport, luggage, conveyor belt filled with frozen fish crates. David said, something is fishy here. Passengers estimated at least 100 crates of frozen fish arrived on the conveyor belt in terminal 5. I wish I could show you the picture here. But you'll have to look at the show notes. Becca, Brown holt from sherborne, Dorset. Set up. Good job. Boxes of sea bass and sea bream were delivered to terminal 5 of Heathrow Airport on Monday..

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UK Eases Travel Restrictions as Industry Lobbies for More

AP News Radio

00:45 sec | 4 months ago

UK Eases Travel Restrictions as Industry Lobbies for More

"Britain is opening its borders to twice job to travelers from the U. S. and the E. U. S. travel industry leaders urge more movement Britain is opening its borders to fully vaccinated visitors from the U. S. and the European Union as travel industry leaders urge the government to further ease restrictions and allow people to enjoy the benefits of a successful cope with nineteen inoculation program British airlines and holiday companies are hoping for a late summer travel boom after the pandemic cold hit most international travel slashing profits and threatening thousands of jobs the number of passengers travelling through London's Heathrow airport Phil seventy five percent in the first half of this year Charles Taylor this month London

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"heathrow airport" Discussed on KFI AM 640

KFI AM 640

01:32 min | 5 months ago

"heathrow airport" Discussed on KFI AM 640

"Had a rough time remembering what was going on in the room. You're going to hear a clip of Biden talking to the, uh, the Boris Johnson. The British prime minister. Johnson was leading a panel. And he was introducing everyone, and he introduced the president of South Africa and then Biden told him Hey, why don't you introduce the president of South Africa? So let's play the clip here. Yeah, I am just saying prefab welcome better. We're just joined us some pretty spectacular whether with the prime minister and president praised the president moved in just a minute and the presence of that I had had the president in South Africa because those as I said, I did. I did not. I certainly did. And that you're quite soon. I'll good. We gotta get a limited it, but it was like it's been outward unless you right click joined by 20 MODY Get here. Let's go. Yeah. You know? He thought he was being helpful. Oh, you didn't introduce the President Seth? Well, yeah, I just did. Sure we'll do it again. Makes you happy. Jill. Now here's President Biden outside. Heathrow Airport. Talking about what he and Queen Elizabeth spoke about?.

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"heathrow airport" Discussed on AP News

AP News

03:44 min | 6 months ago

"heathrow airport" Discussed on AP News

"Dillon ASTHMA London This'll is AP News I'm Rita Fall way President Biden will be in Tulsa, Oklahoma Today, 100 Years ago, white residents wiped out a black community there. Here's our Jackie Quinn. The White House describes this massacres of violent act by a white supremacist mob that rated fire bombed and destroyed 35 blocks of a black neighborhood, killing We'll talk about systemic racism and will meet with families displaced from the Greenwood District. I'm Jackie Quinn of residents expected to announce measures to help narrow the wealth gap between blacks and whites. With covert restrictions, easing in many places. New York City Mayor Bill de Blasio says he hopes the nation will emerge from this pandemic more United. He spoke on Memorial Day as we bind our nation together again, Let's find the unity that we felt in those moments fighting Covitz shoulder to shoulder And take it forward. Create something better. New York City Mayor Bill de Blasio, Japan has started vaccinating athletes who will attend the Tokyo Olympics. The Tokyo Game Xarelto Open on July 23rd. Less than 3% of the general population in Japan has been fully vaccinated. Pope Francis has changed Roman Catholic church law to explicitly make it a crime for priests to sexually abuse adults lay people who hold church offices can also be penalized for similar sex crimes. A man in China has what might be the world's first human case of a particular strain of bird flu. Beijing says the risk it might spread is low. This is AP News. NATO will be talking about the withdrawal from Afghanistan. Among other things, Here's her Charles Dillon, Desmond ministers a meeting to prepare a summit, which will both look at the period ahead on discuss immediate issues such as the Afghanistan withdraw oral, NATO's foreign and defense ministers will collect to lay the groundwork For the military allowances First summit with President Joe Biden that will set aside for tumultuous years working with the Trump administration. One of the main aims off the summit is to reaffirm the unity of the 30 Nations Security alliance, NATO Secretary General Jens Stoltenberg says. This is a pivotal moment for our lines on our collective security. But the most pressing issue is how best to wind up NATO's operations in Afghanistan. I'm Charles Philadelphia. If you're tanking up this morning gas is $3.4 a gallon, says the Triple A. I'm Rita Foley. AP News Old Airport terminal is being re commissioned The deal with flights from nations with high covert 19 numbers categorized as red list countries. Heathrow Airport has reopened a terminal mothballed, joining the Corona virus pandemic for passengers arriving from high risk nations, though critics say the action should have been taken sooner. Red list passengers I've been using the same arrivals hall as travelers from other destinations, though in separate lines since hotel quarantines were introduced in February. Now these groups will pass through the airport Terminal three, which was closed in April 2020 as international air travel plummeted. Charles Dillon, asthma London.

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UK: Former Busy Terminal to Be Used for 'Red List' Passengers

AP News Radio

00:44 sec | 6 months ago

UK: Former Busy Terminal to Be Used for 'Red List' Passengers

"And the old apple terminal is being recommissioned to deal with the flights from nations with high cope with nineteen numbers categorized as reckless countries Heathrow airport has reopened a terminal muffled joining the corona virus pandemic the passengers arriving from high risk nations the critics say the action should be taken sooner red list passengers have been using the same arrivals school as travelers from other destinations though in separate lines since hotel quarantines were introduced in February now these groups will pass through the apples terminal three which was closed in April twenty twenty international at travel plummeted Charles de Ledesma London

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UK opens quarantine hotels, pushes on with vaccine drive

WTOP 24 Hour News

00:39 sec | 10 months ago

UK opens quarantine hotels, pushes on with vaccine drive

"Newly established quarantine hotels have received their first guest as the government tries to prevent new Corona virus variants. From derailing its fast moving vaccination drive. Passengers arriving at Heathrow Airport this morning were escorted by security guards, two Busses that took them to nearby hotels. Under the new rules, people arriving in England from 33 high risk countries must stay and designated hotels for 10 days at their own expense. It has given the first vaccine shot two more than 15 million people. That's about a quarter of the population. The hotel quarantines were put in place because health officials were concerned that vaccines may not work well on some virus variants, including the one identified in South Africa.

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Syrian Boy Reunites With Family In London

All Things Considered

02:34 min | 1 year ago

Syrian Boy Reunites With Family In London

"End of this dark year, a scene of joy at international arrivals in London Heathrow Airport this week. 11 year old for West Mama mood was greeted by 14 of his family members. They are bombarding him with balloons, hugs and tears. Go on uncle lifts him on his shoulders there. This is the first time the boy had seen any family for more than a year. He spent that time in Greece in a detention center, a refugee camp and briefly with a foster family. The reunion was a mixture of emotions, says Hanani, a shag who helped make this moment happen. An emotional roller coaster of guilt and ecstatic happiness relief. She is the founder and director of a nonprofit called Goodwill Caravan. They had been working on for Wezel Mahmoud's case for about 14 months. He had been separated from his mom and dad on the border of Syria and Turkey because they were taking sniper fire. Was his parents told him to run in the other direction because it wasn't safe to run back to his parents. The 11 year old boy was left by himself to endure a grueling journey across borders. Eventually, he made it to Greece aboard a dinghy overflowing with refugees. Ashiq says, Um Mahmoud endured beatings at the camp. Sometimes he went without food. She says he hasn't slept a night since he arrived in the UK because of ongoing trauma and medical issues. His parents still have not been located. The relatives he's now with include aunts and uncles. Pandemic made arranging this re union especially difficult, she says he used to send lawyers just to go and visit and even to get the visitation rights for lawyers a long process. Mainly this time because of the pandemic, but also generally the asylum laws in Greece are forever changing, not causes. Even further delays are shack says a lot of migrant Children just disappear. The European Migration Network estimates that more than 30,000 have gone missing in some ways for Wezel. Mahmoud's case is the exception for now, Goodwill Caravan and his family are savoring this moment. Trying to help him lead a normal life. Now that he's safe, we've just finished buying foe as a football themed bedroom because he loves people and once toe to be a football player when he gets older, the road to recovery after four Wezel Mahmoud's tumultuous year may take some time. But for now, he is surrounded by aunts, uncles and cousins, who are relieved to welcome him home.

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"heathrow airport" Discussed on Cineflek

Cineflek

03:58 min | 1 year ago

"heathrow airport" Discussed on Cineflek

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UK official's bodyguard suspended after leaving gun on plane

AP News Radio

00:40 sec | 1 year ago

UK official's bodyguard suspended after leaving gun on plane

"A bodyguard who was traveling with Britain's Foreign Secretary has been suspended from duties after he reportedly left a loaded gun on a plane British media reports that the police protection officer traveling with four secretary Dominic Raab on a visit to the US left the pistol on a plane at London's Heathrow airport on Friday media reports say cleaner found the weapon London's Metropolitan Police said the force is aware of the incident I'm taking this matter extremely seriously the police department said the officer involved has since been removed from operational duties Wallace internal investigation into the circumstances is taking place Sarah Sheckley non then

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UK official's bodyguard suspended after leaving gun on plane

AP News Radio

00:40 sec | 1 year ago

UK official's bodyguard suspended after leaving gun on plane

"A bodyguard who was traveling with Britain's Foreign Secretary has been suspended from duties after he reportedly left a loaded gun on a plane British media reports that the police protection officer traveling with four secretary Dominic Raab on a visit to the US left the pistol on a plane at London's Heathrow airport on Friday media reports say cleaner found the weapon London's Metropolitan Police said the force is aware of the incident I'm taking this matter extremely seriously the police department said the officer involved has since been removed from operational duties Wallace internal investigation into the circumstances is taking place Sarah Sheckley non then

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Traveling To London

Travel with Rick Steves

03:20 min | 1 year ago

Traveling To London

"If you're planning a trip to Europe, you may have noticed that a lot of flights in the United States connect through London through. Heathrow airport, and sometimes you're left with an awfully long layover instead of wasting hours hanging out at the airport. Why not head into Lemon for the day we've invited. London guides, Steven Beck and Debra to join us and share their tips about getting into the city to make a damn it, and then getting back to the airport in time for your flight. Stephen, Deborah. Thanks for joining us here in our studio. So. Is it realistic to have a long layover? Let's see. You got a eight hour layover in Heathrow Deborah. Is it realistic to actually check your bag and go into town? Very easy. It's fifty minutes on the P- me underground. To get into central London and it's soon. You've got the the express. Heathrow express goes into. Paddington. Depending. And from there you've got the time outs, fifteen minutes, every fifteen minutes. So four times in our and you're downtown and less than half an hour. And, and when you can go into town, you can go out back the same way and just as reliable convenient. Yes. So Stephen most people would go through Heathrow, but it's also conceivable. You could land in Gatwick, London's second airport and yet because a good connection into London, a similar thing, the Gabrielle Express and that heads into Victoria in some ways if it depends where you want to be in London, but if you wanted to go to Buckingham Palace or Westminster that's even closer. So it takes thirty minutes. Okay. On the fast train and Deborah. No, we were discussing about leaving luggage. And building some time for perhaps maybe a delay. But you know an hour and a half, maybe a couple of hours. If it's got workings, if you allow that on either side and you've got eight hours. Yeah, you could afford in. London. When when you are going back to the airport as an American, especially, you should give a little extra time. I. Know The from the Airports in Europe, you have to go through security hoops to fly to the United States. Yes. Yes. You have to allow time also to get into, there's Gatwick Express but southern rail. One of the other train companies, they run a service into Victoria, which is about every thirty minutes. It's a lot cheaper than the guy he expressing takes about the same time. Okay. So there are ways to get quickly efficiently and economically into London a lot of people are stressed out by Heathrow because it is five terminals I. think generally when you go to and from the United States, use terminal five, is that right? Depending on the airline? Terminal to terminal five or. Four. Okay. So I've been trying from seminal three with virgin in Delta. Okay. If you're flying in and out of different terminals, how tough is it to connect the terminal? It's very easy. Follow the signs. It's really well signposted what about the practicality of your bags if you have a chance to check your bags through, that's the best thing. But if you're picking up your bag, is there a way to lock it up or do you check it onto the flight You can't even check on that early to a flat out. I, don't think they have those baggage storage facilities Bernardo. We're thinking about this and talk about this. Heathrow, at sint pancras up Paddington. South. At. The airport. Don't take it into town. Yes. Yes. Yes. You can pre book as well. Online. You can pre book to leave your luggage. Should save time good tip

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"heathrow airport" Discussed on News Radio 920 AM

News Radio 920 AM

01:34 min | 1 year ago

"heathrow airport" Discussed on News Radio 920 AM

"Steve Miller Band on I Heart Radio. All your favorite music, all your favorite stations all free. This is a Bloomberg money minute. Stock futures are pointing to a drop at the open after German economic data came in lower than forecast now futures down more than 250 points. But stocks jumped higher to kick off the week with technology leading the charge down was a 462 26,000 to 87 The SNP rose 50 to 31 80 on the NASDAQ jumped 226 to a new record high of 10,430 for London's Heathrow Airport plans to conduct trials of a Corona virus. Just testing procedure that could allow the scrapping of quarantine rules for people arriving from the U. S and other countries. The pilot program would be offered as a private service with swabs taken by nurses. Passengers would go on to their place of quarantine, with the results made available within 24 hours. Disney will produce a Siri's about the life of football player and activist Colin Kaepernick, part of a new overall deal between the media giant and the quarterback. Genus Rivetti. Bloomberg Radio. Use Radio 9 21047 FM, 7 45 Good morning, sir sounds that we're going to get back. Half of what we gained yesterday. If it holds, you know, the futures are down significantly yesterday, The Dow Jones industrials finished up 459 points. Alex Kuffner in the Providence Journal says Stop and shop workers are calling in the grocery store chain to restore.

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"heathrow airport" Discussed on AP News

AP News

03:31 min | 1 year ago

"heathrow airport" Discussed on AP News

"You're listening to the AP digital news network senator Bernie Sanders is riding high heading into the South Carolina primary if you watch the correspondents are gonna gonna reports that's leading to fears among some Democrats that his nomination could cost them control of the house some lawmakers say nominating a self proclaimed socialism might cost a moderate or centrist Democrats seats in competitive districts Republicans would need to gain eighteen seats to win back the house reporter seven asking speaker Nancy Pelosi if it's time to protect the majority by trying to knock down Sanders as White House bid she's having none of it however the nominee is that party will wholeheartedly support saying she's told Democrats they simply cannot show division unity unity unity Sager Meg on the Washington campaigners have won a court challenge the blocked plans for a third runway at London's Heathrow airport on environmental grounds Thursday's ruling by persons court of appeal could still the expansion plans amid concerns about climate change pollution and noise the judges ruled that the government's didn't take into account its commitment to the Paris agreement on climate change in making its decision London mayor Sadiq Khan has been a long time opponent of the project was ecstatic saying we won Heathrow airport which says a third runway is needed to meet increasing demand for air travel says it'll appeal the ruling to the Supreme Court major league baseball's appointed its first African American umpire crew chief Kerwin Danley promotion was announced with a series of other promotions additions and retirements by the M. L. B. Danley who's fifty eight calls his first game in the majors in nineteen ninety two as a minor league fill in and was hired to the MLB staff in nineteen ninety eight his work to two World Series and has been on the field for ten other postseason rounds including the AL championship series last year it's also been chosen to call two all star games Bailey played college ball at San Diego state where one of his teammates included future hall of fame outfielder Tony Gwynn and in a deep side note he was the first base umpire when Quinn got his three thousandth hit during a nineteen ninety nine game in Montreal and gave his former teammate a hug by the back health worker whistle blower on corona virus and Jackie Quinn with an AP news minute a government whistleblowers filed a complaint alleging federal health workers didn't have adequate protective gear or training when they were sent to California to care for quarantined Americans who had been evacuated from China investors again fled Wall Street with fears of the spreading virus and its impact on many businesses the Dow dropped twelve hundred points today losing four percent of its value as did the other major indexes vice president Mike pence today convened the coronavirus task force that he's heading risk to the American public remains low as the president said yesterday we're ready a federal judge in Seattle blocking the trump administration from using military funding for a border wall New York City turns to Billy Idol for an anti Idoling ad campaign I'm Jacki quid AP digital news back in a moment thank you for listening to the AP radio network Hey did you know that the Associated Press produces news related books here's what's new and upcoming first pet presidential.

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Climate activists jubilant as expansion of Britain's Heathrow Airport blocked

AP 24 Hour News

00:39 sec | 1 year ago

Climate activists jubilant as expansion of Britain's Heathrow Airport blocked

"Campaigners have won a court challenge the blocked plans for a third runway at London's Heathrow airport on environmental grounds Thursday's ruling by persons court of appeal could still the expansion plans amid concerns about climate change pollution and noise the judges ruled that the government's didn't take into account its commitment to the Paris agreement on climate change in making its decision London mayor Sadiq Khan has been a long time opponents of the project was ecstatic saying we won Heathrow airport which says a third runway is needed to meet increasing demand for air travel says it'll appeal the ruling to the Supreme

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Climate campaigners win London airport expansion case.

THE NEWS with Anthony Davis

01:36 min | 1 year ago

Climate campaigners win London airport expansion case.

"Plans for a third runway at London. Heathrow airport have been thrown into doubt after a court ruling. The government's decision to allow the expansion was unlawful because it did not take climate commitments into accounts the court of Appeal said he throws said it would challenge the decision but the government said it would not appeal. The case was brought by environmental groups councils and the mayor of London Friends of the Earth one of the environmental groups that brought the case said the ruling was an absolutely groundbreaking result. Climate Justice will rundle head of legal. The campaign group said this judgment has exciting wider implications for keeping climate change at the heart of old planning decisions. It's time for developers and public authorities to be held to account when it comes to the climate impact of their damaging. Developments Greenpeace said. The government needed to permanently ground. Heathrow's expansion plans the UK's executive director. John Sullivan said the third runway is already on its knees over costs noise air pollution habitat loss and lack of access. Now Heathrow has yet another impossibly high hurdle to clear. Mp's voted overwhelmingly to support Heathrow expansion in two thousand eighteen. With Boris Johnson conveniently out of the country at the time before he became prime minister as Mayor of London. Mister Johnson pledged to lie down in front of those bulldozers and stop the construction of that third runway at Heathrow

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"heathrow airport" Discussed on AP News

AP News

02:43 min | 1 year ago

"heathrow airport" Discussed on AP News

"Be overwhelmed he blames the government in part for not pushing more for healthy eating and more physical activity like walking hi Jackie Quinn a new coronavirus case in California could be the first in the U. S. that has no known connection to travel abroad or another known case according to health officials which marks a possible sign the virus is spreading in the U. S. community California officials say the person's a resident of Solano county northeast of San Francisco and is giving medical care in Sacramento county the survey begun the process of tracking down people who the patients been in contact with a process known as contact tracing the county health department said in the statement while this is considered a serious public health threat the risk to Solano county residents and the general public is low at this time campaigners have won a court challenge the blocked plans for a third runway at London's Heathrow airport on environmental grounds Thursday's ruling by persons court of appeal could still the expansion plans amid concerns about climate change pollution and noise the judges ruled that the government's didn't take into account its commitment to the Paris agreement on climate change in making its decision London mayor Sadiq Khan has been a long time opponents of the project was ecstatic saying we won Heathrow airport which says a third runway is needed to meet increasing demand for air travel says it'll appeal the ruling to the Supreme Court health worker whistle blower on corona virus and Jackie Quinn with an AP news minute a government whistleblowers filed a complaint alleging federal health workers didn't have adequate protective gear or training when they were sent to California to care for quarantine Americans who had been evacuated from China investors again fled Wall Street with beers of the spreading virus and its impact on many businesses the Dow dropped twelve hundred points today losing four percent of its value as did the other major indexes vice president Mike pence today convened the coronavirus task force that he's heading the risk to the American public remains low as the president said yesterday we're ready a federal judge in Seattle blocking the trump administration from using military funding for a border wall New York City turns to Billy Idol for an anti Idoling ad campaign I'm Jacki quid AP digital news back in a moment thank you for listening to the AP radio network Hey did you know that the Associated Press produces news related books here's what's new and upcoming first pet presidential.

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U.K. Court Blocks Heathrow Airport Expansion on Environmental Grounds

AP 24 Hour News

00:38 sec | 1 year ago

U.K. Court Blocks Heathrow Airport Expansion on Environmental Grounds

"Campaigners have won a court challenge the blocked plans for a third runway at London's Heathrow airport on environmental grounds Thursday's ruling by persons court of appeal could still the expansion plans amid concerns about climate change pollution and noise the judges ruled that the government's didn't take into account its commitment to the Paris agreement on climate change in making its decision London mayor Sadiq Khan has been a long time opponents of the project was ecstatic saying we won Heathrow airport which says a third runway is needed to meet increasing demand for air travel says it'll appeal the ruling to the Supreme

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"heathrow airport" Discussed on AP News

AP News

03:12 min | 1 year ago

"heathrow airport" Discussed on AP News

"You're listening to the AP digital news network major league baseball's appointed its first African American umpire crew chief Kerwin Danley promotion was announced with a series of other promotions additions and retirements by the M. L. B. Danley who's fifty eight calls his first game in the majors in nineteen ninety two as a minor league fill in and was hired to the MLB staff in nineteen ninety eight his work to two World Series and has been on the field for ten other postseason rounds including the AL championship series last year it's also been chosen to call two all star games Bailey played college ball at San Diego state where one of his teammates included future hall of fame outfielder Tony Gwynn and in a deep side note he was the first base umpire when Quinn got his three thousandth hit during a nineteen ninety nine game in Montreal and gave his former teammate a hug by the back campaigners have won a court challenge to block plans for a third runway at London's Heathrow airport on environmental grounds Thursday's ruling by persons court of appeal could still the expansion plans amid concerns about climate change pollution and noise the judges ruled that the government's didn't take into account its commitment to the Paris agreement on climate change in making its decision London mayor Sadiq Khan has been a long time opponents of the project was ecstatic saying we won Heathrow airport which says a third runway is needed to meet increasing demand for air travel says it'll appeal the ruling to the Supreme Court more than forty percent of American adults are obese according to a new government survey as AP correspondent Jackie Quinn reports it's now one of the nation's leading health problems about forty two percent of Americans are severely overweight and nearly one in ten is severely obese obesity expert Dr William Dietz at George Washington University says many of these people will face diseases like diabetes heart disease and cancer and doctors will be overwhelmed he blames the government in part for not pushing more for healthy eating and more physical activity like walking hi Jackie Quinn health worker whistle blower on corona virus and Jackie Quinn with an AP news minute a government whistleblowers filed a complaint alleging federal health workers didn't have adequate protective gear or training when they were sent to California to care for quarantine Americans who had been evacuated from China investors again fled Wall Street with beers of the spreading virus and its impact on many businesses the Dow dropped twelve hundred points today losing four percent of its value as did the other major indexes vice president Mike pence today convened the coronavirus task force that he's heading the risk to the American public remains low as the president said yesterday we're ready a federal judge in Seattle blocking the trump administration from using military funding for a border wall New York City turns to Billy Idol for an anti Idoling ad campaign I'm Jacki quid AP digital news back in a moment thank you.

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U.K. Court Blocks Heathrow Airport Expansion on Environmental Grounds

AP 24 Hour News

00:39 sec | 1 year ago

U.K. Court Blocks Heathrow Airport Expansion on Environmental Grounds

"Campaigners have won a court challenge to block plans for a third runway at London's Heathrow airport on environmental grounds Thursday's ruling by persons court of appeal could still the expansion plans amid concerns about climate change pollution and noise the judges ruled that the government's didn't take into account its commitment to the Paris agreement on climate change in making its decision London mayor Sadiq Khan has been a long time opponents of the project was ecstatic saying we won Heathrow airport which says a third runway is needed to meet increasing demand for air travel says it'll appeal the ruling to the Supreme

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Campaigners win court challenge to block Heathrow expansion

WBZ Morning News

00:34 sec | 1 year ago

Campaigners win court challenge to block Heathrow expansion

"Pending across the pond in Vire metal campaigners have won an important legal battle against the planned expansion of London's Heathrow airport CBS is Vicky Barker reports this morning from London an appeals court has ruled the government's decision to expand Heathrow airport was unlawful because it violates Britain's climate commitments campaigner Lee L. Murray what the court has ruled today is simply what we have seen siting board of BCAAs bot this is just another bump in the road to peace trust chief executive John Holland Kaye says he'll take the fight to

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"heathrow airport" Discussed on 77WABC Radio

77WABC Radio

01:31 min | 1 year ago

"heathrow airport" Discussed on 77WABC Radio

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Winter storm whips up strong winds in UK, disrupting travel

NBC Nightly News

00:24 sec | 1 year ago

Winter storm whips up strong winds in UK, disrupting travel

"More. Severe weather to tell you about this time in the UK. One of the strongest storms in the North Atlantic has seen in years. The hurricane strength storm is sweeping through. Scotland Ireland Wales with winds gusting more than one hundred miles an hour made for a challenging landing. This plane at London's Heathrow Airport storm brought massive flooding to covering entire neighborhoods leaving many stranded inside their

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Airlines Planning Their Futures With The Possibility Of A Third Runway At Heathrow Airport

Monocle 24: The Globalist

06:24 min | 2 years ago

Airlines Planning Their Futures With The Possibility Of A Third Runway At Heathrow Airport

"Seven years until the first aircraft are due to be cleared for takeoff on Heathrow's plan third runway and such has been the history of the project this may be an optimistic estimate this does not stop airlines planning for it however not least Virgin Atlantic which has announced that it hopes to use an expanded Heathrow to service eighty eighty four new destinations thirty five of them long-haul including Sydney Lima Calgary Beijing and Buenos Ayres joined with more on this by LS Taylor Asia editor at the aviation analytics firm CERIUM LS seriously. How much mileage is there in an airline planning for what it's going to do with Heathrow's food runway well you could sort of say that Virgin Atlantic really getting out there ahead of the runway and trying to stake a claim for for a number of thoughts that would really been up quite a number of new routes for them and bring a lot of competition to the Heathrow market but you know it's a long way out and there's a lot of water that has to pass under the bridge a before the runway actually gets going and be to make sure that they actually get the slots that they wouldn't eight to operate all these flights. It's a pretty ambitious claim and bold putting it out there but I guess you have to start somewhere and then going hard so is this basically politicking by Virgin Atlantic. They're throwing down a market here very much so and really what they're attacking is the way that slots are allocated Ed. Hey throw the current logic sort of says that when the new runway opens and opens up a bunch of new slots for flights to come in and out is it they'll probably followed. Loyd the same way that they allocated and then that sees British Airways of course control a bit over half the slots there so be has been planning on taking a quite a lion's share of that so we've also saying that other airlines like Easyjet have shown some interest in to Heathrow if those slots became available so that have to pull up quite a coup to get all these additional also they would need to launch all these routes and then there's other things with the agreements between the United Kingdom and other Asian countries with actual slots from the other countries to fly there too so lot to sort out well you invoke the the name of Virgin Atlantic's Great Nemesis British Airways is is this staking of acclaimed by Virgin Atlantic something that should be seen within in the context of rivalry. I think that's a large part of it but the other big driver is that one of the big companies behind Virgin Atlantic apart from Richard Branson his Delta Airlines and since Delta bought a forty nine percent stake in the airline. They've really gone about who expand it and push it into different markets obviously tying up with Delta's network in the United States but Delta also has greg global ambitions and I think what we're seeing a bit here is Delta of pushing virgin to become part of that more global network that they're looking to build you should we therefore Frantisek county new or counterclaim by British Airways or or might they rise loftily above it. Is this one of those rivalries that matters rather all the more to the small participant on the larger one. I think in this one that British Airways again to probably fight back quite what quite strongly on that we've already seen some comments from the parent company. IHOP essentially saying that vision has a number of slots releasing out to other airlines. I want they using those I I think there's going to be very much a scramble on offer win. These thoughts do come available not only with the eye but with other foreign airlines as well who would like to increase capacity to throw so it'll be interesting to see what bonfire emerges at that time. What is the current thinking among airlines on. How likely the third runway actually happening is? I think a lot of airlines are quite hurtful but many airlines have also have been through this process any number of times. I think the third run wise been talked about for certainly as long as I've been in the industry that's been quite a while. Oh and with you politics being the why they are not that I'm any expert on that Boris Johnson of course famously put forward the Boris Laurus oil and alternative to to Heathrow while back so I suspect it might be hard to to get through but the reality is at the same time that Heathrow does need the additional runway needs the capacity and not doing so really hurt the economy of London mean all the things that could still happen to stop it from happening joining not too sure on the specifics at this point in time it it does look like it. It will go ahead but having said that we've been through that a few times before where it's been given the clearest indication that yes everything is going through and then something upsets the plan and it gets pushed further down the road. It's a I wouldn't necessarily rule out that happening again but really it is kind of you could actually passed the crunch point now. we act which this needs to be built. You made a brief allusion their to the current state of British politics and the B word does affect infect almost everything the thing is there any doubt in aviation circles about whether or not the fact of Brexit might have an impact on Heathrow as an important air how or do people just take the for granted as part of the architecture travel it has been something that has caused a bit of angst previously for a lot of airlines and I'm trying to work out how things will work pice brexit world. It seems that that angst is largely been assuaged that most airlines have their structures sit up to to work with you. Have that will work I think it's inevitable that even though brexit could cause some economic disruption that London will still be a city that lots of people will visit. It's going to be a place where people connect between North America through the rest of Europe and Africa and other continents so inevitably Heathrow itself itself. I think still has a a lodge harold apply now. Let's tell thank you for joining us.

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Greta Thunberg sets sail to US climate conference on carbon neutral yacht

FT News

09:35 min | 2 years ago

Greta Thunberg sets sail to US climate conference on carbon neutral yacht

"Greta tune bug. The swedish climate activist made headlines this month by opting to sail to the u._s. Rather than travel by plane choice reflected a growing recognition that air travel carries a heavy cost to the environment you need a convoy are transferred. Correspondent has been looking looking at this problem and the aviation industries response to it and she's here with me now to discuss this along with our environment correspondent lesley hook you nina you spoke to anna hughes an environmentalist who pitta misers this new growing hostility towards flying. What did she tell you well. Anna hughes has founded a flight-free twenty twenty campaign in the u._k. Off the back of other campaigns exist in other countries and she's encouraging people to commit to not flying in twenty twenty aim is to get one hundred thousand people to sign up to the pledge so far she's got three thousand and she's found that when she speaks to people <music> the quite often aware of the effect flying has on the environment she is concerned because it's not obvious how the aviation industry can realistically decarbonised when is in the long term and a hughes is tapping into the trend of flight shame driven by the likes of greta which started scandanavia and on a huge herself south actually committed to not flying ten years ago and doesn't fly anywhere she tries to get everywhere by bicycle or public transport and encouraging people to perhaps when they think holiday today's stop thinking flight and papp's consider u._k. Destinations if that's weather based or even tried to get some of the european cities that they used to fly into by train in because once you take into account security cues immigration queues etc getting to the airport which is usually out of town. The train doesn't necessarily take that much longer and if you organize snuffing book in advance it can be a cheaper option so that's what she's trying to do is quite big. Trend 'cause we do think when we think of holidays we will think cheap travel. Let's go to spain so let's see what's the evidence. I mean how bad is flying compared with other pollutants well. It's really interesting because in terms of global carbon dioxide emissions aviation is only two percent don't which doesn't sound that bad but there's a raft of research over the last few years that show that the emissions airplanes not just carbon dioxide but also oh night trajan oxides also the contrails they create. Those are those white ice vapour clouds that you see in the sky when you see that white line behind the plane. That's called the contrails israel. All of that has an impact on global warming. That's much greater than just the c._o. Two impact so most of the studies show that the warming impact of planes is about twice the amount that you would expect just from c._o. Two alone because of those other factors so closer to five percent percent of man-made warming can be attributed to aviation the reason that climate activists are so worried about this is because it's an area. That's growing very very quickly. Kley so well in other sectors like power. We have wind and solar farms. Many countries in europe have already been decarbonising their power sectors or your our dr electric vehicles are growing with aviation. It's not really clear how it's going to decarbonised as you mentioned and also this is a very fast growing industry street. People are just travelling more than they used to so. You need to use spoken to a number of airline to executives. What's the industry doing then to combat this well. There are several several things they're doing in the short-term. They're often investing in more fuel-efficient aircraft and also there is carbon offsetting but carbon offsetting. He's not decarbonising so kabanov fittings when you purchase a tree also one industry insider told me that customers don't always realized that they can carbon offset or they choose not to carbon offset and it's quite difficult to sometimes encourage passengers to click on that bit of the website light when they're booking a ticket but in the long-term various airlines are looking alternative fuels and electrification but realistically these are aw long-term solutions which aren't going to happen in the future certainly at scale is anybody. She's investing real money into the alternative fuels could have been electrified. Haitian is quite a few years away. I mean nobody's predicting we'll be flying from london to new york anytime soon if all by twenty fifty in an all electric airline so these sort of alternative fuels are they investing lots of money in these people are investing. There are various airlines like b._a. Left-hand sir are working working with projects that will create biofuel or synthetic fuel united airlines is another company which is heavily involved in developing biofuel and is trying to really scale it up but looking at it globally. The investments are relatively small and it's not enough but there are airlines which feel about particularly in the u._k. Governments need to start stepping in and incentivizing <hes> lines to switch to other fuels because the problem in the moment is that jet fuel is much cheaper and so in terms of business model. It's very difficult to justify moving to an alternate fuel which is in some cases three times more expensive than leslie other any environmental sarmento concerns about some of these fuels. I think biofuels has become very very popular for the aviation industry to talk about. There's headlines lines about used cooking. Oil from your house can fuel this plane isn't that cool and snazzy and it is but what the research shows is that to actually create and produce biofuels at the scale that would be needed for aviation or for other forms of transport that can't be easily electrified at the moment. You would really need so much land to do that that it wouldn't be feasible at the large scale so the i._p._c. report. That's the report art from the u._n. Intergovernmental panel for climate change that came out earlier. This month showed that to limit global warming to one point five degrees would require prior seven million square kilometers of land for bio energy and seven million square kilometers the size of australia so this is a lot of land when bio fuels are done small-scale. You could grow a crop. Perhaps on some land wasn't being optimized or wasn't being used for food crops but if you think about twenty year's time global population is going to grow food needs are going to grow and if demand for biofuels growing along with that puts a lot of pressure on available arable land and is there an issue also with the of energy density of some of these biofuels. I mean i guess one of the issues again. Switching from kerosene does have a very high energy density which gives you that thrust thrust the airplane. I mean do they match up. I think looking at alternative views of the whole electro fuels if that can take off electro fuels are approach that does much that nc of kerosene which is why if it can be produced at scale in a sustainable way that could be a real breakthrough biofuels at the moment tend and to be used from what i can gather anyway tickly in the case of united for example the bio fuels are often a drop in fuel which is blended with kerosene so it might right behalf and hof lizzy. Can you explain what our electro fuels. Electricals also called synthetic fuels. The idea is using power from renewable. Oh energy like wind or solar to drive a chemical reaction that yields a synthetic fuel so rather than extracting fossil fuels from the ground. You are synthetically creating a product that basically can match kerosene very very closely using the power from renewable energy. Let's just go back to electric. Electrification people do talk about electric flying taxis which should be in the air by twenty twenty five. I just wanted how do you see that you nina talking to various. This people working on this and airlines for example easyjet is working with right electric to develop an electric aircraft which would be viable for their business but even an the likes of easyjet who quite bullish on the development of electric aircraft even they say the earliest electric aircraft aren't going to be in service until probably the twenty thirty s mostly because of certification it takes years to certify a new aircraft pilots will need retraining certain areas of airports pulse will need to be reconfigured to deal with the new demands of a completely different model of aircraft and even if we do see the first electric planes in the twenty thirty s. I likely to be hybrid so there might be elements of the journey that still run on fuel so possibly it might need fuel to get in the air and and then the electric will kick in when it's cruising but that remains to be seen. It sounds like it's all quite a long way off. I decide one final question. In terms of policies. I mean are there any the policies that the government should be putting in place now to advance all of this so at the moment the u._k. Has a passenger tax and i think it generates about out four billion a year but that goes straight to the treasury and is not designated for anything in particular is just tax on tickets and the chief executive of heathrow airport who i spoke to not recently has called for the government to start allocating at least some of that money towards developing a more sustainable aviation industry so i guess one other sort of conclusions. Is that it flying. We'll have become more expensive. If it's going to be greener in the future it remains to be seen but the way it's looking probably thank you very much. You need leslie and thank thank you for

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London, Spain And CBS discussed on WBZ Morning News

WBZ Morning News

00:25 sec | 2 years ago

London, Spain And CBS discussed on WBZ Morning News

"Passengers aboard a British Airways flight from London to Spain were evacuated for smoke in the cabin air CBS's Draco Duncan shocking video shows scary moments on boarding international flights after smoke filled the cabin the British Airways jet was flying from London's Heathrow airport in Valencia Spain on Monday as the plane began its approach in Valencia passengers noticed smoke and started

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Body of suspected Kenya Airways stowaway falls from plane

Sean Hannity

00:24 sec | 2 years ago

Body of suspected Kenya Airways stowaway falls from plane

"A man sunbathing in his backyard in London narrowly escaped disaster when a body landed just a few feet from him authorities say the dead man was a stowaway on a Kenya airlines flight that was coming in for a landing at Heathrow airport they say the body fell from a wheel well when the landing gear was deployed Kenya Airways officials say the man likely succumb to hypothermia during the nearly nine hour flight from

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"heathrow airport" Discussed on KFI AM 640

KFI AM 640

02:26 min | 2 years ago

"heathrow airport" Discussed on KFI AM 640

"Crash in north hills. At least four others were injured in the crash, which happened on Haskell avenue, the USDA calling thousands of frozen. Breakfast wraps. A statement released Friday says Reese foods products in Denton, Texas. Denison Texas issued the recall for the Monterey brand of frozen. Breakfast wraps. It has bacon, egg potato and cheese. The product may also contain bits of rock over two hundred forty six thousand pounds of the recalled product made in January have been distributed to stores all over the country. There's been one report of a potential injury involving a tainted breakfast wrap people in Kansas are told to keep an eye out for a prowler super easy to spot dressed, head to toe in a white has met suit. He's wearing gloves a backpack in a miner's light. He's been spotted in four areas in the suburbs of Kansas City on van says he investigated after hearing. Capping and found a door popped open the basement window, broken out a doorbell camera caught the guy on video after the apparently rang the bell after midnight. And then split cops people need to call nine one one. If they see this odd-looking prowler, Michael pay KFI news. President Trump says the New York Times is committing virtual act of treason by reporting, the US is increasing cyber attacks on Russia's electrical. Power grid. New York Times reported. Government officials said the US action was a warning Moscow on how the Trump administration is using new with authorities to unleash cyber tools in an aggressive manner. If it said, the US was deploying computer code with within the Russia's grid, ten democratic presidential candidates will square off tomorrow at the poor people's forum in Washington DC, former vice president, Joe Biden and senators. Bernie Sanders Elizabeth Warren Kamla, Harris will all be there. The form will focus on economic inequality and other issues facing poor and low income Americans no fly zone. For protesters anti climate change group extinction rebellion has postponed, their plans to shut down London fly. Lights, the group's plans to disrupt Heathrow airport with drones was leaked recently, the British aviation minister warned using drones to deliberately put people's safety at risk carries a maximum life sentence. The environmental group won't do anything until after July. Rob Newton KFI news. Gary woodland will be maintaining a slight lead as he heads into the final round of the US open day, woodland shot, two hundred part in the third round yesterday in Pebble Beach that moves him to eleven under three people are tied for third. That is Louis Hayes in shows Revia and Brooks Gupta. They are seven under. There.

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"heathrow airport" Discussed on OC Talk Radio

OC Talk Radio

05:08 min | 2 years ago

"heathrow airport" Discussed on OC Talk Radio

"Yes it's a part of the Eurovision showcase each week which my husband wrote gets the two thousand and one of the hats is little bits of paper with years and the other hat has bits of paper with countries in he takes one out of each we glue it together and we play that song oversee completely random air on the Eurovision showcase now we have guests over this week this weekend. Excuse me and <HES> RUBS had to go and take a lumpy friends Keeley from San Francisco. I'm Michael From Charleston South Carolina to and to go and take them back to the to Heathrow Airport so he did withdraw before recording so we have the country of Moldova and edits the year two thousand eight works two thousand and eleven. Yes we're going to docile Dole Germany and the two thousand eleven eurovision song contacts <hes> of which was my controversy that was the news fine and the the Moldovan entry.

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"heathrow airport" Discussed on OC Talk Radio

OC Talk Radio

05:06 min | 2 years ago

"heathrow airport" Discussed on OC Talk Radio

"It's a part of the Eurovision showcase each week which my husband rope gets the to hunt sounds and one of the hats little bits of paper the years and the other hat has bits of paper with countries and he takes one out of each we glue it together and we play that song oversee completely random air on the Eurovision showcase now we have guests over this week this weekend. Excuse me and <HES> RUBS had to go and take a lefay friends keenly from San Francisco. I'm Mike Ho- from Charleston South Carolina <hes> to to go and take them back to the to Heathrow Airport so he did withdraw before recording so we have the country of Moldova and it's the year two thousand eight work two thousand eleven. Yes we're going to docile Dole Germany and the two thousand eleven eurovision song contacts <hes> which was my controversy that was the newest fine and the the Moldovan entry.

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"heathrow airport" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

05:47 min | 2 years ago

"heathrow airport" Discussed on KQED Radio

"Del Rey senior living. I'm Judy Woodruff. On the next news hour second round of prison. Sentencing for Paul Manafort, the president's former campaign chairman that's Wednesday on the PBS NewsHour. Stay with us for the Wednesday edition of the PBS news hour after the world this afternoon at three o'clock on K Q E D. I'm Marco werman. You're with the world we've been recently witnessing several high profile attempts by women to flee from Saudi Arabia and other Gulf countries. And they're not alone. More and more women from this region are taking dangerous measures to escape abusive families, but failed attempts can be extremely costly as the world's Sharon Jafari reports. She said she wanted to go to the bathroom his sister and mom said they would go to it was last October an eighteen year old Donna knew this was her only chance when I saw them go side. I just go out there at Heathrow airport in London on their way back to Saudi Arabia after a trip to the US Donna who didn't want me to use her last name says her life in Saudi Arabia in have father's house was extremely restricted my dad's. He's my game controlled every just everything house. Kept sedate supermarkets without permission from him. And even essential permission. I never go out along the way things she liked about her life like hair grey cat to to Donna says she had secretly renounced Islam, and if her father found out who would have killed her. So when she was on the plane to Heathrow, she wrote a note that says, I want asylum. My family doesn't know case. Protect me from them walk out of the restaurant went up to an airport stuff and handed over the note at that moment, I forget everything I forgot how have speak, and then when she saw me crying and solar that my family will from now, she talks to another chance and this occurred to a smaller Donna's mother and sister kept calling and sending frantic messages. She didn't respond. She was already gone women from Saudi Arabia and other Gulf countries are increasingly finding ways to run. Away from abusive families. To asylum. We have been hiding Hong-Kong timbers to eighteen we have issue. There's their stories are getting out low because of the videos, they post online and everyone actually thinks that it's so easy to leave your country to leave your family, the people your own flesh and blood. It's not it's actually the hardest thing I ever had to do. So this video. My life. And if you're watching this video, it's not such a good thing. Very very very bad situation. These are some of their voices Mahathir. Muhammad sisters museum and Robina currently stuck in Hong Kong, Lena and Princess Latifa the daughter of the prime minister of the United Arab Emirates, according to the United Nations in two thousand five hundred and fifty one Saudi citizens applied for asylum in another country by two thousand seventeen that number jumped to two thousand Adam kogo of Human Rights, Watch says Saudi women have to resort to escape plans because of what's known as guardianship loss every Saudi woman must have no guardian who has to make critical decisions on their behalf. Don't have the right to kill passports, lots of the country get married to get an approval for a male, relative father, brother, uncle, our son to be allowed to leave the country. And if they happen to have a strict guardian will their stock but a good scape. Plant. It can take years to map out all started plotting hers when she was sixteen years old. I started saving money at that point up until the night ice skate. I saved up nearly three thousand five hundred dollars in two years on these older brother abused her physically and mentally her stepbrother abused her sexually she says. And so for two years she became obsessed with leaving do by rush lived with her family. I used to stay up late at night. You know, when everyone sleeps when does everyone wakes up I felt like three is the best thing. I could do even though they didn't need a travel permit like women in Saudi Arabia. Do she still have to get a hold of her passport? Have mother kept it in a drawer in her bedroom. I stole it. I just found it in my mom's washer, I took it. Then no one noticed. So I went to my roommate mealy if you days later, she booked a flight stayed up until three AM and called an Uber. I had my sister sleeping with me. So I had to slowly take up my things where my clothes and just. The house at a towards dark the right to the airport was short about ten minutes. She said on the way she thought about what would happen if her brother found out he would kill her. She says, but surprisingly she wasn't scared. Terrifying. I love adventure. I'm very adventurous. All I had in mind is either freedom or death is in France. Now, she's applied for asylum and he's waiting to hear back. She says she wants to study engineering something here brother wouldn't approve but other women haven't been so lucky..

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3 bombs found near major transport hubs in London

WBZ Midday News

00:36 sec | 2 years ago

3 bombs found near major transport hubs in London

"Counter-terror police in the UK looking into three padded mailing bags discovered today containing explosive devices all three of those packages found your major transport hubs in London one package found near Heathrow airport. The building narrow evacuated as a precaution. After officials opened up the package and part of it caught on fire other parcels were found near London City airport and Waterloo station, a major rail and underground transit area. So far, no injuries reported from these packages official terror level across the UK right now said it severe and officials say that indicates intelligence analysts believe in attack. There is highly

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"heathrow airport" Discussed on KTRH

KTRH

03:32 min | 3 years ago

"heathrow airport" Discussed on KTRH

"The interview that we did if you're just tuning in you Mr. interview with Joe Gamal d from the Houston police officers union, the president very impassioned five minutes with him. You know, he is he's fired up. He's at enough this entire situation of of our police being targets. So if you missed that interview and you'd like to hear it as a KTAR H dot com. We've got that posted on our blog feature this morning. Also, I find this one kind of interesting, I've got stand the robot. We've had a lot of robots stories, but stand the robot parks cars, he's he works at Heathrow airport. You don't even have to tip them. He's got a little forklift in the front. So what he does is. He picks the cars in carefully places them into parking spots. So you don't have anybody who's parking their own car. Who's over the line? It's the most efficient way they found a parked cars. Are they all little cars pickup trucks? So they is Dan parking wonder. Probably nothing difficult. By the way, I thought it was interesting yesterday that a conservative or at least somebody who's at least moderately conservative kinda came to the rescue, Tom Brokaw. Remember, the whole Tom Brokaw dustup over what he said about Hispanics. If you didn't hear reduce with Tom Brokaw said, I also have the Hispanics should work harder. Some malaysian. That's one of the things I've been saying for a long time. You know, they ought to be just codified in their communities, but make sure that all of their kids are learning to speak English, and they feel comfortable and the communities, and that's gonna take outreach both sides, frankly, and he was specifically talking about migrant workers what he was talking about. Well, he's been vilified by the left and Tom Brokaw's fairly liberal himself. So in other coming after fellow liberals who were not quite liberal enough. As it turns out he did get a little defense yesterday. From Britt Hume from Fox News who made some great point. He was accused widely-accused on Twitter being racist. I know Tom I've known him for a long time. Tom Brokaw is no racist. And what he said if you think about it is immigrant friendly that is to say he wants to see the immigrants who come here to this country become a part of our country to assimilate into it. To learn the predominant language in America. That's not a negative. Wishing that is not racist. Racism implies in all definitions. The belief in the superiority of one race over another. It doesn't. Have to do with learning language, and it doesn't have to do really with anything that he said he was unfairly accused. And and, but it's an example of the way the word racist has been flying around with such abandon, you know, there's a national consensus in this country against racism is one of the worst things you can say about it about anybody. And my concern is that the term has now become weaponize, and is widely used even in instances where it clearly in my view does not apply Wilson said, but you know, he applies it to a fellow journalist. He doesn't apply it to all the charges of racism launched it, the president of the United States as he should he should stand up for for for anybody. They're always defending their own problem. The problem with the term. He's absolutely right though, about being weaponized, and it has become a very powerful tool. Against. Yes. A lot of people making. Me to think about it. It's the it's the way the left tries to shut you up. If you're just making much noise. Six fifty to die for traffic and weather together. Let's get you caught up on the.

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"heathrow airport" Discussed on WTVN

WTVN

01:49 min | 3 years ago

"heathrow airport" Discussed on WTVN

"London's Heathrow airport is one of the world's busiest airports. They really had to halt departing flights yesterday because of a drone sighting development that came just three weeks after multiple reports of drone sightings caused travel chaos at nearby Gatwick airport. Authorities say that extensive searches around Heathrow underway. They were trying to identify any people who may have been responsible for operation of the drone. They even called in military assistance. They've added that to the citing toughen the airports anti-drug stance, and that extra police officers in equipment have been added at the airport as well. And that's just one of those things in two thousand nineteen airports have to pay attention mean. Drones are fun. Drones are even key newsgathering devices now as well. So you see more and more of them. And despite the FAA saying, hey, you're going to have a license apply that stuff and on and on and on some people still just focus on the fun part, and well that can be problematic. Before we get to traffic and weather police in Houston say they're confident that they know who killed jasmine Barnes is year seven-year-old road in the car with her three sisters and her mom. They have two black men in custody implicated in the shooting, but a full week by with a you know, a police sketch out. You heard the story that was supposed to be a white guy wearing a hoodie in his forties. Well that sketch made life pretty difficult pretty miserable. For Robert Ken Tyrrell, he closely resembles the composite sketch, and well he's been getting some threats. So, you know, those kinds of stories don't always just impact the victims. And sometimes not even the people that were responsible. Sometimes it goes even. Where at eight forty. Here's traffic.

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"heathrow airport" Discussed on KFI AM 640

KFI AM 640

03:21 min | 3 years ago

"heathrow airport" Discussed on KFI AM 640

"I'm Michael Crozier live from the KFI. Twenty four hour newsroom. Angeles has agreed to settle with a woman who was sexually assaulted by two LAPD officers the remained filed in federal court Monday will pay the woman at two million dollars at the city council approves it L A previously agreed to pay nearly one point eight million dollars to three other people assaulted by the same two cops James Nichols. Lewis balance Walea are serving twenty five year prison sentences after pleading no contest to assaulting women. They were taking to jail or using as sources person riding a bicycle in Pacific Palisades has been hit by a car on the car. Also flipped over LA cities of fire department says the cyclists was taken to the hospital last night in critical condition. The driver of the car appears to be okay, smart, homes smarter cars, and virtual doctors are some of the many high tech items being featured at the fifty second annual Consumer Electronics Show in Vegas CBS. Daniel Cussing Yolly says Amazon and Google or highlighting their home connected devices. So more people can access. Two more services. You can start with a smart speaker or a smart thermostat, and then you can continue to build onto that. Just Neal says what was once science fiction is now reality other items featured include more, wearable, medical tech, self driving cars and the first ever eight K television, not eight thousand dollars now a week. Well, it may be a weekend of heavy snowfall is pushed the water content of the snowpack closer to normal. The first survey of the year was done last survey Thursday, it showed the snowpack was sixty seven percent of normal. Now, it's eighty five percent and more snow is on the way. Sears may have reached a deal to keep the company from closing all of its stores at least for now. Lawyers for say, the company has accepted a revised last minute bid from a hedge fund controlled by Eddie Lampert. The chairman and former CEO of Sears rejected an earlier offer judge to leads to prove the agreement Lampert apparently needs to come up with about one hundred and twenty million dollars. Prosecutors in Chicago say they'd like to hear from anyone who may have been sexually assaulted or abused by singer R Kelly Cook County state's attorney Kim. Fox's. Says she understands it's not easy for women to come forward. But they need to if we are going to take these allegations. Seriously, it requires this isn't one of those situations where it's just forensics. We need actual witnesses and victims to have the courage to tell their stories investigation follows the release of a multi part docu series that accuses Kelly preying on teen girls are also allegations Kelly had friends in the Chicago police department who tipped him off to welfare checks at his studio. Kelly's also being investigated in Georgia London Heathrow. Airport's delayed some flights because of a drone sighting. Just last month. Another airport in London had to cancel hundreds of flights because three days of drone sightings a driver who crashed caused a crash in Canada that killed sixteen people traveling with a youth hockey team has pleaded guilty to all charges against him. He set to be sentenced at the end of the month. Most of the people killed in the crash last April war hockey players on their way to a game. The oldest person in the US has died in Ohio at one hundred fourteen lessee Brown was born in Georgia in nineteen. Oh four. Zero four near where her grandparents had worked as slaves. She grew up as one of twelve children was married for sixty six years to Robert Brown who died in nineteen Ninety-one. They had seven children Brown was eight years old when the Titanic sank fifty nine when president Kennedy was killed and about one hundred ten when she stopped going to church every Sunday Brown exercise and eight sweet potato every day for one hundred eleven years, but creditor her long life to God's will.

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"heathrow airport" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

03:12 min | 3 years ago

"heathrow airport" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"Changing the dynamics of the racist broadband exchange of money policy has been very clear they really wants to roll these regulations by power to give up their hearts and their most important witness with their economic experts. Beltway news, insight and analysis from Bloomberg politics. If the president VW they will override Bloomberg government what we're talking about. Here is a tax cut Bloomberg law. This is where the lawyers are going to start earning their money. This is politics policy power and law on Bloomberg radio live from the Bloomberg interactive brokers studio, I'm Peter Barnes. Coming up this hour. Turkish president Erdogan has refused to meet with visiting US national security adviser John Bolton because of the Trump administration's ever evolving position on Syria. I'm Bob moon. The Trump administration is working overtime to make sure the partial government shutdown doesn't halt oil drilling. I'm June Grosso will hear about Justice. Brett Kavanagh's first written opinion. But first, let's get a check on the markets. Here's Bloomberg's Charlie Pellett tariffs and much, June Grasso. The Dow the s&p NASDAQ Russ in two thousand all high right now, but I do want to begin with a developing story. A familiar story about a UK airport. There are now reports of a drone at Heathrow airport. They have. Halted departures last month. You'll recall the other big London area airport Gatwick shut down after drone sightings Heathrow has put out a statement moments ago. Saying, quote, we are responding to a drone sighting at Heathrow we are working closely with the met police to prevent any threat to operational safety. As a result, we have stopped departures while we investigate so again to repeat drone citing this time at Heathrow stocks mostly higher. They have given back some early gains as investors balanced skepticism surrounding technology and the financial sector with the possibility of progress in U S, China trade talks SNP up seven now a gain of three tenths of one percent. Dow Industrial's up one hundred twenty five tenths NASDAQ up twenty five that is a gain of four tenths of one percent tendered on three thirty seconds yield right now. Two point seven percent. Gold is down two tenths of one percent twelve eighty six ounce and west Texas intermediate crude rallying today a two percent at forty nine forty seven a barrel. L higher by ninety five cents with CAS underway in Las Vegas. A warning for Silicon Valley and big tech companies about innovation. Vivek wadhwa is a professor at Carnegie Mellon school of engineering at Silicon Valley, and he says big tech companies such as apple of lost their way when it comes to introducing new products. Doing that. They're investing in the small companies. Looks right down apple has been very conservative in their acquisition strategy, and they're not able to roll out the product after them. So this is the big problem is for these big to do things on scale, billions of dollars a few million. A few million to side with an scaling-up becomes Kalina red hot and apple shares. They are pushing higher today up by one point three percent should point out though the year to date. Yes. The young year today apple is down by five percent. It is one. Oh, two.

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