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Brexit talks grind to a halt.

"Coming up on the nears Johnson faces new constitutional crisis as brexit talks grind to a halt diplomats pushed Ukraine to investigate and dangled a trump visit and rise in persistent. Ut is could be linked to antibiotic crackdown. It's it's Friday October four. I'm Anthony Davis Boris Johnson's careering careering towards a fresh constitutional crisis after insisting there will be no delay to Brexit just hours after government lawyers promised in a court in Scotland he would obey the law and request an extension. If he failed to clinch a deal within a fortnight the prime minister tweeted that there must be new deal or no deal bill but no delay in reality. Boris Johnson will send a letter to the e U asking full of Brexit delay if no deal is agreed by the nineteenth of Volk Tober according to government papers submitted to the Scottish court the document was revealed as campaigns sorta ruling forcing the PM to comply with the law there QC said it contradicted statements by Mr Johnson in parliament. The so-called Ben Act named after Labor MP Hilary Benn who spearheaded beheaded its passage into law requires the government to request an extension to the thirty first of October brexit deadline. If a deal has been signed off by parliament is by October nineteen. Mr Johnson said he would rather be dead in a ditch than ask for a delay it now appears increasingly likely. Johnson will fail take the deadline for a deal laid out in what he calls the surrender act. EU sources said there remained considerable doubt as to whether there was any any basis for such discussions given Johnson's insistence on there being customs border on the island of Ireland texts show how US officials worked to produce the Ukrainian president into opening a public inquiry inquiry into Donald Trump's leading opponent Joe Biden the messages released by Congressional Democrats emerge as MR trump faces an impeachment inquiry quiry over the matter the exchanges show a senior diplomat saying it would be crazy to withhold military aides to Ukraine from Mr Trump's political gain in the twenty twenty election. US LAW BANS SOLICITING FOREIGN HELP FOR ELECTORAL PURPOSES BUT MR trump denies any wrongdoing and today day said there was no quid pro quo in the communications his remarks came a day after he publicly called on Ukraine and China to to investigate Mr Biden sent between July and September the texts involve high ranking officials Kurt Volker Mr Trump's Ukraine envoy a who resigned a week ago Gordon Sunland a US ambassador to the European Union and a significant donor to Mr Trump and bill Taylor a top US diplomat at the American embassy in Ukraine on the nineteenth of July. The three diplomats discussed arranging a phone call between Mr Zielinski and Mr Trump. Mr. Volcker told the other two he had had breakfast with Mr Trump's lawyer Rudy Giuliani that morning and identified the main purpose of of the upcoming phone call ahead of the coal. Mr Volka texted that he'd heard from the White House that Mr Zielinski would be offered a formal visit to Washington assuming wing President Zee convinces trump. He will investigate to get to the bottom of what happened in twenty sixteen. This is a reference to unfounded allegations. Gatien's that Ukraine interfered in the twenty sixteen. US presidential election and worked to help the Democrats but the text messages show US officials those discussed what the Ukrainian president should say in the states went afterwards today. House Democrats requested Ukraine related documents from Vice President Mike Pence giving him a deadline of October fifteenth Mr Pence who was reported this week to be frustrated by the White House handling of the Ukraine Crane affair has not yet responded thousands of women were taken to hospital with chronic urinary tract infections in the past year according to figures that reveals striking rise in the number seeking medical help for the condition more than twelve thousand patients majority women attended hospital with persistent urinary tract infections or cystitis last year up from around four four and a half thousand in two thousand and one experts warned that the increase could be linked to a crackdown on the prescribing of antibiotics by GP's owing into fears about antimicrobial resistance resulting in some patients developing intractable infections that require admission to hospital recent recent research has revealed the dipstick urine tests that is widely used by GP's is hugely unreliable missing up to fifty percent of infections despite the increase in numbers being admitted to hospital there has not been major progress in developing new drugs or treatment strategies in what some view as an entirely entirely unglamorous area of medicine you can subscribe to the news with with your favorite podcast APP Oscar Smart Speaker or enable the news as your Amazon Alexa Flash briefing skill follow us on twitter at the news underscore podcast. 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02:03 min | 2 years ago

"hilary benn" Discussed on KQED Radio

"Say it's a ploy to prevent further anti brexit machinations special correspondent Malcolm Bradman has this update. is Johnson began his day in Dublin with his Irish counterpart Leo Veronica he was addressing one of the key brexit issues the border between Northern Ireland which is part of the United Kingdom and the Republic of Ireland in the south which is part of the E. U. I want to get a deal. like you I look Kathy Lee acts. no deal I have a sister its consequences both for our country and and yours yes of course we couldn't do it the U. K. could certainly get through it but to be in no doubt that's how come would be a failure of state crawl through which we would all be responsible. Johnson wants an alternative what's known as the Irish backstory a mechanism designed to prevent a hold border between the Republic and the north the government in London opposes it because it claims it could keep the U. K. site indefinitely to the E. U. in the absence of a great alternative arrangements no backstop is no deal as he returned to Westminster Johnson's hands will officially tied by the final approval of the law designed to stop the government leaving the E. U. without a deal. cabinet members have suggested the prime minister may try to circumvent that new little the bills also Hilary Benn has threatened legal challenge if that happens if the government tries not to do well the bill which become an actor Monday says very clearly they have to do then it provides time to go into court. you could tell me shepherd Scottish National Party is fighting to thwart Johnson it really is a case of the lunatics having taken over the asylum here I mean the people seem to be running the strategy a number ten Downing Street not playing by the mobile rooms at the institute.

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05:41 min | 2 years ago

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"We will die in a ditch to stop no deal. There is no parliamentary tactic that. I wouldn't use to stop leaving with no deal also to come representatives from across the globe. Attend a memorial service in New Zealand to remember those killed in the mosque attacks. And why is such numbers of women in poorer countries dying after giving birth by Suzette section all of that? And a lot more to come on news hour after this news. Hello. This is David Austin with the BBC news. There have been bitter exchanges in Britain's parliament during a debate. It'll culminate in the government's third attempt to secure the passage of its deal on leaving the European Union. An ardently pro Brexit conservative Iain, Duncan Smith said he was reluctantly backing the deal this time as he feared Britain would otherwise never leave the EU for this third vote on the deal. Theresa May has arranged a vote only on the divorce settlement not London's future relationship with the EU speaking on Friday, Hilary Benn, senior opposition labor party MP, and chairman of the house of Commons select committee on Brexit gave his opinion on the debate. It doesn't look as if the prime minister will have enough votes to pass this deal. I shall be voting against it's a transparent attempt to try and separate two-person person agreement offering someone to sell the house when they got no idea where they're going to move to the European Union's chief Brexit negotiator. Michel Barnier has said British MP's must say today what they want in their relations with the EU. He added that Prime Minister Theresa May's present divorce agreement with Brussels was the best solution. He said it was important that future relations between Brussels and London should be negotiated as quickly as possible. For the sixth Friday in succession, huge crowds of Algerians are taking part in anti-government protests, thousands of gathered in Algiers, many with faces painted in the national colours sharing dates and water and mocking their leaders, including the elderly and sick, President Abdelaziz Buddha. Flicker? Here's Yousef Taha Julius political. Elites are jostling for power after a month of mass protests. Forced the ailing President Abdelaziz Bouteflika to abandon his bid for a fifth term an office. The final nail in the coffin came from the ruling party the effort N declaring that the eighty two year old was unfit to rule that are fear that the army could take over and that appeal for it to protect the democratic transition. In the meantime, all eyes are on the constitutional council whose role is to set the wheels in motion the supreme court in India has upheld a murder conviction against the owner of a global Indian restaurant chain PJ Roger Powell is known as India's dose irking. Embarrassing. Eddy Raja has this report. Pita Paul who came from an underprivileged family background from the southern Indian state of Tamil Nadu rose up to become the owner of global multi-million dollar restaurant chain. Now, he will spend the rest of his life in prison. Local media reports that he wanted to marry the young woman asked his third simultaneous wife on the advice of his astrologer. The court found him guilty of arranging her husband's murder, Mr. Rajagopalan restaurant chain, savannah, bobbin has eighty outlets across the world. An employee's thousands of people I'm ambarassing at erosion world news from the BBC. This is WNYC in New York. I'm Richard Hake. Stay lawmakers are close to finalizing a plan for congestion pricing under the proposal drivers that enter Manhattan, south of sixtieth street would pay a daily toll WNYC. Stephen Nessin has the details drivers may pay ten to fifteen dollars. But one of the hold ups has been figuring out whether dry. Evers who are already told on bridges into the city should get an exemption or discount in the original plan. The expected one billion dollars a year generated would go towards subway and bus upgrades. Newsday reports. Now that ten percent of the revenue would go to the Long Island railroad and ten percent metro north as well when governor Cuomo introduced the plan he said any charge would be tied to reforms to the MTA's management structure. There's been no discussion of that since Facebook is being sued in Manhattan federal district court for allegedly violating the fair housing act. The US government alleges that the company allows housing advertisers to target people based on race, gender and other characteristics. Propublica Zarina Tobin has been reporting on the case and says the lawsuit accuses the social networks algorithms of amplifying the type of user targeting. They want advertisers to believe Facebook advertising targeting system works for them because then advertisers are more likely to use Facebook advertising. And that's how people make money. Facebook has pledged. To change its algorithm and agrees with advertisers to prevent discrimination. In a statement propublica. The social media giant says it surprised by the government's lawsuit and has been working with them to address their concerns. A New York judge has ruled that the state's restriction on gravity knives is too big. A federal judge says the law defines knives by their function rather than by their design current regulations. They have a blade can be locked in place with a flick of the wrist. It's considered a grabbing unite Crotty, the judge judge Paul Crotty said that certain folding knives are used by cooks craftsman laborers who frequently carry them to and from work. We do have a chance of showers today. Right now, fifty two degrees at nine oh six. 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03:39 min | 2 years ago

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"If TSA employees can't keep working without pay. What does that mean? For busy airports like Atlanta, which is about to host the Super Bowl. I'm Rachel Martin. And I'm David Greene. This hour another perspective on that encounter at the Lincoln Memorial. We'll talk to a graduate of Covington Catholic high in Kentucky. And what Amazon's arrival could mean for one neighborhood in queens. It is Tuesday January twenty second. He was not a city boy born and raised in south Detroit as he sings about he was actually born right here in California on this date. Happy seventieth birthday to former journey singer. Steve perry. The news is next. Live from NPR news in Washington, I'm korva Coleman. By a five to four vote. The supreme court has granted requests from the Trump administration to at least temporarily block certain transgender people from joining the military or from staying in if they're members the court ruled that policy can take affect while lower court rulings that blocked the policy are appealed. This is day. Thirty two of the partial federal government shutdown senators will take up a new proposal from the president and bears. Mara Liasson says it includes funding for a border wall. But also some relief funding and could be a step in the direction of ending the shutdown. It could I don't think it's the final deal. But the president is now talking the language of compromise. He's come off the notion that the wall has to be two thousand miles long. He's added relief for the dreamers. This is not the final deal. Democrats would need more. Trump has not said how much less money for the wall. He's willing to take than five point seven billion dollars. But the first step. Is to see if this can get sixty votes on the Senate floor. Democrats say it can't NPR's Mara Liasson commerce secretary Wilbur Ross has agreed to testify in congress again about the citizenship question. He added to the twenty twenty cents is NPR's Hansie Lewan reports. Ross testimony could affect the ongoing legal battle over the controversial question. The hearing before the house oversight committee is scheduled for March fourteenth. Lawmakers are expected to ask commerce secretary Wilbur Ross overseas the census bureau, why he approved adding to the twenty twenty cents is a question that asks is this person a citizen of the United States the committee's chair democratic congressman Elijah Cummings of Maryland says the committee expects roster gift, quote, complete and truthful answers last week a federal judge in New York ruled that Ross violated the public trust by adding a question based on the quote, sham justification of better enforcement of the Voting Rights Act. The Trump administration is appealing that ruling. It's also continuing to fight five other lawsuits over the question a trial in Maryland started today. Ozzie Lewan NPR news, New York members of the United Kingdom. Parliament are backing a Bill directing Prime Minister Theresa may to try to delay Brexit, if she cannot pass her e you divorce plan by late February NPR's Frank Langfitt reports from London Evatt Cooper, a member of the opposition labor. Party wants parliament to vote on Brexit delay by February twenty sixth. If may can't get her deal through the United Kingdom is scheduled Levy you on March twenty ninth by late February, the only other alternative might be crashing out of the European Union with no deal at all which can cause serious economic damage. However, any delay on Brexit would require approval by the remaining twenty seventy you states. Meanwhile, Hilary Benn another labor impede wants parliament to weigh in on four other options reconsidering May's deal which lost by two hundred and thirty votes last week, leaving the U with no deal renegotiating a deal with Brussels or holding another referendum. Frank Langfitt, NPR news, London. On Wall Street. The Dow was down one hundred seventy five points. It's NPR and from KCRW, I'm Cheri Glazer with state and local headlines..

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02:16 min | 2 years ago

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"From ABC news. Sherry preston. A frigid Martin Luther King day is dawning in Washington where the government is still partially frozen by a partial government shutdown. It's known today thirty-one and ABC news, political director recline says congressional Democrats are ready to accept the offer made by President Trump over the weekend wall makes it a nonstarter first and foremost, they say that he isn't budging from that five point seven billion dollars that he's demanding for the wall president has said that has to be part of a deal. Nancy Pelosi says that's immoral. She doesn't want to spend more than a dollar. She says on the wall. Hundreds of thousands of federal workers haven't seen any money for weeks. Now coming up on their second missed paycheck TSA agents among those working without pay ABC news aviation analyst, John Nance says it's not fair. We can't expect TSE's folks to be indentured servants. I mean they've shown tremendous resilience. But this can't continue the Kentucky Kentucky teenager at the center of a viral video showing kids, and what looked like a standoff with native American are in Washington is now speaking out Nick Sandman says he was just trying to stay quiet and calm and to defeat. Use the situation more from ABC's aerial Russia in response to the online vitriol, the father of one of the teens coming to their defense saying to present children in a false light to advance your agenda is a new low days after the Brexit plan was killed by parliament ABC's. Tom rivers in London says the British Prime minister is ready to try again this morning after huge parliamentary defeat last week Theresa May's back with her plan B politicians like Hilary Benn say one thing she must do is take the possibility of a no deal option off the table. If MP's think the leaving without a deal is disastrous. It seems to me we have a responsibility to make sure that that doesn't happen. Some fed up lawmakers plan to file an amendment aimed at wrestling control of the exit process away from the prime minister and into the hands of parliament Israel says it's launched attacks on Iranian targets in Syria after a missile launch. You're listening to ABC news. From the twenty four seven KFB digital new center. It's forty five degrees at NewsRadio K A B K one man was killed in downtown Sacramento shooting Sunday night. According to police officers responded to a call of shots fired at twelve and c streets just before six thirty Sunday evening where they found a man.

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03:54 min | 2 years ago

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"Patriots are headed to their third straight Super Bowl after they beat the chiefs last night thirty seven to thirty one in OT. President Trump is taking a Twitter to think federal employees for working without pay as a partial government shutdown enters a fifth week the law enforcement community in mobile Alabama is now in morning after one of its officers is killed in a line of duty. Prime Minister Theresa May's expected to outline a new withdrawal plan later on today. Just days after her first proposal suffered a crushing defeat in parliament for huge parliamentary defeat last week Theresa May's back with their plan B politicians like Hilary Benn say one thing she must do is take the possibility of a no deal option off the table. N peace thing that leaving without a deal is disastrous seems to me we have a responsibility to make sure that that doesn't happen. While we try and find a resolution some fed up lawmakers plan to file an amendment aimed at wrestling control of the exit process away from the prime minister and into the hands of parliament, Tom rivers. ABC news London is now day thirty one of the partial government shutdown and one Sacramento TSA officer says things are getting desperate paycheck. It's pretty much. I'm in like, November, Democrats and Republicans appear no closer at this point to end the impasse than when it began last month despite present. Trump's offer of a compromise extending DACA protections for three years in exchange for wall funding, alpaca congresswoman, Veronica Escobar says the president's five point seven billion dollar border wall funding plan was insulting sending protections for DACA student, DACA, kids and TPS key eliminated those protections. So he's saying let me fix the problem I cost, but give me five point seven billion dollars for a wall. Vice president meanwhile, Mike Pence was asked yesterday by Chris Wallace on Fox News Sunday. Whether the president's proposal is his final offer or whether there's any wiggle room. There's a legislative process that is going to begin on Tuesday in the United States Senate, and it was disappointing to see speaker Pelosi. A reject the offer before the president gave his speech. The president has branded speaker Pelosi a radical and also says she was acting irrationally pressure is mounting on the White House and Democrats to end this partial government, shutdown ABC's recline explains. This is all happening is the president's L Foxton by his face. He almost signed off on a deal that would have extended funding for the government before the end of the year without any money for the wall is base revolted conservative commentators, basically coaxed him back to the view that the government shutdown was worth it. Now, many of them view extending protected status for refugees or for the dreamers as amnesty. And now the president has to that. No, I'm not giving anything. So it puts him in a tough spot. Democrats say at this point there is very little chance and measure will reach sixty vote threshold usually required to advance legislation in the Senate a Russian started wants to put massive billboards in space star rocket says they will use tiny light reflecting satellites to form this sprawling. Ads like sky typing, but on a global scale and only visible at nighttime CEO Vlasic niqab says tests could start as early as next year with the ads possibly going up by the year twenty twenty one. Students have one more chance to enter an art contest. Celebrating the bicentennial of the New Hampshire state house a commission that has been organizing events leading up to this year's event has been hosting mixed media arts m contests for the last several years submissions, by the way are due on March twenty ninth. The eldest son of Dr Martin Luther King junior reflects on his father at the National Cathedral as the country celebrates the national holiday honoring his memory and legacy National Cathedral is the community because dad fit the.

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01:56 min | 2 years ago

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"We need unity. Bring chaos me needs. When we need to move forward, referring to she emerged stronger from this or more people than ever, I wouldn't say stronger. She just I think she survives. And the question is where does she go from here? Right after the vote this evening. She said I'm going to reach out to party leaders, and she offered to meet with them. Well, this is the first time she's really done this. So I think it shows that she realizes that she has a very very weak hand. Now, she says he's going to do this tonight. And that by Monday, she has to explain to the house of Commons. What our new plan for Brexit is. Okay. Well, the parliament demanded that officials over in Brussels. They publicly reminded or the time is running out and Donald tusk. He's the president of the European Council. He suggested in a tweet as he has in the past that, you know, if the UK just can't agree on anything, maybe the United Kingdom should stay in the what about the possibility hovering over all of this over a second Brexit referendum, which was unthinkable. Not. So very long ago. We are is it more thinkable. Now, it is more thinkable. And there was a little bit movement today. Dominic grieve, he's a member of parliament the conservative party. He put in a couple of bills to call for a second referendum, seventy one members of parliament and the labor party signed letters calling for a second vote as well. The fact of the matters that's a small fraction of the house of Commons. It would be a steep political hill to climb but I was talking to. Hilary Benn last night. He's a member of the labour party. He supported staying in the U and said that if they can't come up with anything else. Second vote could actually become a last resort. If we end up. Deadlocked. Then account think of any other way of resolving this other than going back to the rich people in say, I'm sorry, we failed to reach agreement, but you're going to have to take the phone decision. Which of course, Mary Louise would be extraordinarily yet. Another extraordinary twist in this extrordinary story, and that's NPR's. Frank Langfitt in London..

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01:58 min | 2 years ago

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"Election deepen division when we need unity chaos. We need. When we need to move forward. Frank, she emerge stronger from this or more people the number I wouldn't say stronger. She just I think she survives. And the question is where does she go from here? Right after the vote this evening. She said I'm going to reach out to party leaders, and she offered to meet with them. Well, this is the first time she's really done this. So I think it shows that she realizes that she has a very very weak hand. Now, she says he's going to do this tonight. And that by Monday, she has to explain to the house of Commons. What her new plan for Brexit is? New the part will the parliament demanded that and officials over in Brussels. They publicly reminded her the time is running out and Donald tusk. He's the president of the European Council. He suggested in a tweet as he has in the past that, you know, if the UK just can't agree on anything, maybe the United Kingdom should stand. The what about the possibility hovering over all of this? I have a second Brexit referendum, which was unthinkable. Not. So very long ago. We are is it more thinkable. Now, it is more thinkable. And there was a little bit movement today. Dominic grieve, he's a member of parliament the conservative party. He put in a couple of bills to call for a second referendum, a seventy one members of parliament and the labor party signed letters calling for a second vote as well. The fact of the matters that's a small fraction of the house of Commons. It would be a steep political hill to climb but I was talking to. Hilary Benn last night. He's a member of the labour party. He supported staying in the U, and he said that if they can't come up with anything else a second vote could actually become a last resort. If we end up. Deadlocked. Then account think of any other way of resolving this other than going back to the rich people who say I'm sorry, we've failed to reach agreement, but you're going to have to take the final decision, which of course, Mary Louise would be extraordinarily yet. Another extraordinary twist in the sixth ordinary story, and that's NPR's. Frank Langfitt.

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01:55 min | 2 years ago

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"When we need unity chaos. Bring when we need to move forward referring to she emerge stronger from this or more people than ever, I wouldn't say stronger. She just I think she survives. And the question is where does she go from here? You know, right after the vote this evening. She said I'm going to reach out to party leaders, and she offered to meet with them. Well, this is the first time she's really done this. So I think it shows that she realizes that she has a very very weak hand. Now, she says he's going to do this tonight. And that by Monday, she has to explain to the house of Commons. What our new plan for Brexit is. Okay. Well, the parliament demanded that and officials over in Brussels. They publicly reminded her the time is running out and Donald tusk. He's the president of the European Council. He suggested in a tweet as he has in the past that, you know, if the UK just can't agree on anything, maybe the United Kingdom should stay in the what about the possibility hovering over all of this of of a second Brexit referendum, which was unthinkable. Not. So very long ago. We are is it more thinkable. Now, it is more thinkable. And there was a little bit movement today. Dominic grieve, he's a member of parliament the conservative party. He put in a couple of bills to call for a second referendum, a seventy one members of parliament and labor party signed letters calling for a second vote as well. The fact of the matters that's a small fraction of the house of Commons. It would be a steep political hill to climb but I was talking to. Hilary Benn last night. He's a member of the labour party. He supported staying in the U, and he said that if they can't come up with anything else a second vote could actually become a last resort. If we end up deadlocked, then account think of any other way. Resolving this other than going back to the rich people and say, I'm sorry, we failed to reach agreement, but you're going to have to take the phone decision. Which of course, Mary Louise would be extraordinarily. Another extraordinary twist in this extraordinary story, and that's NPR's. Frank Langfitt.

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WNYC 93.9 FM

01:54 min | 2 years ago

"hilary benn" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"We need unity chaos than we need certainty. When we need to move forward referring to she emerged stronger from this more people than ever. I wouldn't say stronger, she just think she survives. And the question is where does she go from here? You know, right after the vote this evening. She said I'm going to reach out to party leaders, and she offered to meet with them. Well, this is the first time she's really done this. So I think it shows that she realizes that she has a very very weak hand. Now, she says he's going to do this tonight. And that by Monday, she has to explain to the house of Commons. What our new plan for Brexit is. Is a new parliament demanded that officials over in Brussels. They publicly reminded or the time is running out and Donald tusk. He's the president of the European Council. He suggested in a tweet as he has in the past that, you know, if the UK just can't agree on anything, maybe the United Kingdom should stay the EU. What about the possibility hovering over all of this of humor of a second Brexit referendum, which was unthinkable? Not. So very long ago. We are is it more thinkable. Now, it is more thinkable. And there was a little bit movement to date grieve. He's a member of parliament the conservative party. He put in a couple of bills to call for a second referendum, a seventy one members of parliament and the labor party signed letters calling for a second vote as well. The fact of the matters that's a small fraction of the house of Commons. It would be a steep political hill decline, but I was talking to. Hilary Benn last night. He's a member of the labour party. He supported staying in the U, and he said that if they can't come up with anything else. Second vote could actually become a last resort. If we end up. Deadlocked. Then account think of any other way of resolving this other than going back to the British people and say, I'm sorry, we failed to reach agreement, but you're going to have to take the final decision, which of course, Mary Louise would be extraordinarily yet. Another extraordinary twist in this extraordinary story, that's NPR's..

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01:55 min | 2 years ago

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"Need unity. Bring chaos. Bring when we need to move forward. Frank to she emerged stronger from this or more people, the number I wouldn't say stronger, she just I think she survives. And the question is where does she go from here? You know, right after the vote this evening. She said I'm going to reach out to party leaders, and she offered to meet with them. Well, this is the first time she's really done this. So I think it shows that she realizes that she has a very very weak hand. Now, she says he's going to do this tonight. And that by Monday, she has to explain to the house of Commons. What our new plan for Brexit is dead. Westchester new. Okay. Well, the parliament demanded that officials over in Brussels. They publicly reminded her that time is running out and Donald tusk. He's the president of the European Council. He suggested in a tweet as he has in the past that, you know, if the UK just can't agree on anything, maybe the United Kingdom should stand. The EU. What about the possibility hovering over all of this of a second Brexit referendum, which was unthinkable? Not. So very long ago. We are is it more thinkable. Now, it is more thinkable. And there was a little bit movement today. Dominic grieve, he's a member of parliament the conservative party. He put in a couple of bills to call for a second referendum, seventy seventy-one members of parliament in the labor party signed letters calling for a second vote as well. The fact that the matters that's a small fraction of the house of Commons. It would be a steep political hill to climb but I was talking to. Hilary Benn last night. He's a member of the labour party. He supported staying in the U, and he said that if they can't come up with anything else a second vote could actually become a last resort. If we end up deadlocked then account. Think of any other way of resolving this other than going back to the British people and say, I'm sorry, we failed to reach agreement, but you're going to have to take the final decision, which of course, Mary Louise would be extraordinarily yet. Another extraordinary twist in this extraordinarily story. That's NPR's. Frank.

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01:54 min | 2 years ago

"hilary benn" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"When we need unity chaos. Mommy, we certainty. When we need to move forward. Frank too. She emerged stronger from this or more people the number. I wouldn't say stronger, she just think she survives. And the question is where does she go from here? You know, right after the vote this evening. She said I'm going to reach out to party leaders, and she offered to meet with them. Well, this is the first time she's really done this. So I think it shows that she realizes that she has a very very weak hand. Now, she says he's going to do this tonight. And that by Monday, she has to explain to the house of Commons. What our new plan for Brexit is. Well, the parliament demanded that and officials over in Brussels. They publicly reminded her the time is running out and Donald tusk. He's the president of the European Council. He suggested in a tweet as he has in the past that, you know, if the UK just can't agree on anything, maybe the United Kingdom should stay in the EU. What about the possibility hovering over all of this? I have a second Brexit referendum, which was unthinkable. Not. So very long ago. That's true. We are is it more thinkable. Now, it is more thinkable. And there was a little bit movement today. Dominic grieve, he's a member of parliament the conservative party. He put in a couple of bills to call for a second referendum, a seventy-one members of parliament and labor party signed letters calling for a second vote as well. The fact of the matters that's a small fraction of the house of Commons. It would be a steep political hill decline, but I was talking to. Hilary Benn last night. He's a member of the labour party. He supported staying in the U and said that if they can't come up with anything else a second vote could actually become a last resort. If we end up deadlocked, then accounting of any other way of resolving this other than going to the rich people and say, I'm sorry, we failed to reach agreement, but you're going to have to take the final decision, which of course, Louise would be extraordinaire at yet. Another extraordinary twist in this extraordinarily story..

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"hilary benn" Discussed on On Point with Tom Ashbrook | Podcasts

On Point with Tom Ashbrook | Podcasts

02:03 min | 2 years ago

"hilary benn" Discussed on On Point with Tom Ashbrook | Podcasts

"Because all he does is play to the feeder of of the people in the rural areas. Always gotta say his Hilary Benn Ghazi a and. You know, they're they're scared of this, you know, new world, and and global, you know, position well force them to take it back because we're just about to run at time and sank you so much for your call Desmond farrier, we've got a minute left to go here. One last question for you. Keep thinking about this pragmatism of Mitch McConnell could that pragmatism kick into action? If here's enough from his fellows, Senate Republicans about how you know the pain that their constituents are feeling with government shutdown has become enough. Well, we have to think about the constitutional constraints that leader McConnell is in two thirds of the Senate means sixty seven senators and right now there are fifty three Republicans. So that's a difference of fourteen. If leader McConnell wants to have his profile encourage moment, it would be to override the presidential veto. And then, of course, Nancy Pelosi and Kevin McCarthy and the house would have to figure out how to do the same in these types of situations. It's not just the people, but it is. The structural constraints of the constitution that give President Trump in some ways. The final say, we'll elk go thirty seconds here on the other hand, they could you know, try to do some votes and the president could veto them. They couldn't override it. But then at least the president would publicly fully own what's happening here. Exactly. That's that's why why McConnell really could make a difference. If he were willing to to to stand up, and and and really clarify things and and and take up with the houses past he's choosing not to put pressure on the president, which is also a choice as well. Well, Alec McGillis Bill Straub and jasmine Ferrier. Thank you so much for joining us today, very much appreciated and listeners go to on point radio dot org. And let us know what you think about the role that the Senate majority leader is playing in this day twenty five of the government shutdown. I Magnin Chakrabarti this is on point..

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"hilary benn" Discussed on Bobbycast

Bobbycast

02:11 min | 3 years ago

"hilary benn" Discussed on Bobbycast

"I i became friends with these guys in town ben rector of will this actually before been wrecked came towns dave barnes in that works i don't know if you know much about those guys but they were kind of i would say pioneer singersongwriter seared nashville they were they weren't sign a major labels but they were building a following just by going out and making great records and plane clubs and and those guys heard my first recordn and let me come out in open for them that was one big break west wind was actually plan for fans for their fans in um and but shortly thereafter mit been rector in he did votes and toying with him and he was the one that gave me the advice when i was like do number now i don't know if i could do say more he remember him saying man you know you're going to see a return on whatever you investor time and if you wanna be better songwriter you should invest your time writing song so at that point i came i stop doing that and um it's really start putting in tommy's grill of a big benrekta guy wanna enjoy loyd has stalin music and two of market saw yes so arkansas big veteran only she he's us in there is one of the best we were on a southwest live for here day california they were about the level badra house like hilary benn was again as a about did asked me if we talk like 10 minutes we take league if we were able to get me nyse's could be a why easier to live he did a youtube live concert i don't know if i knew that it was and it was the coolest live concert i've ever seen it i think it was in i think chapel hill north carolina okay and he's because he plays piano he put it but it was really a cool thing to see alive u 2 concert with someone that you see bouncing around town yeah jujust say walks in east nashville i don't know if he's work or loves the more agency like a nice guy he's really nice comments it's always we we we know we did o r a touring together the beginning in um it's it's always crazy for me this to you know he he's he's big time now minutes he is but are being his friend.

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"hilary benn" Discussed on Channel 52: The DC Podcast

Channel 52: The DC Podcast

01:41 min | 3 years ago

"hilary benn" Discussed on Channel 52: The DC Podcast

"They didn't i'm now in to know fall away thoughts who was the writer for release fifteen or these issues constantine something like that but all yuccas you know it's like the the they wanted to try to keep that adds but they wanted him in the main universe plus its new 52 so yeah i think it was really can is even it wasn't i i don't don't want to think about it as a whole under the the new could be to run woods accessible in that land failed bad stuff on on one thing mrs constantine of like a big example what was wrong the new fifty tunes that a starting over from scratch mark the groundfloor most of the titles i'm just like oh yeah these people been around for years but guess what all history now has been changed in altered hilary benn caffeine is like this is your chance to literally any you took him from another universe you're putting well canas order now you're putting it in button center yeah go in doubt about what makes them different when nixon's national nature's kinda failed to do that an issue one could a did they in a day one they hinted in a hand in hand until it was too late about his past so this the it was pretty good at elite this issue oreo it's it's it's really good surpri also a surprisingly low constatine von in it that much they beat the bat as you now dc we we are very good at our villains it's i constantine's busy in trinity wars are meanwhile it adds.

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"hilary benn" Discussed on Mason & Ireland

Mason & Ireland

01:56 min | 4 years ago

"hilary benn" Discussed on Mason & Ireland

"It was in toledo yet our tigers denied and gobert it's across town the lakers just signed a guy named nigel hayes to a 10day contract who played at whitmer high until lido he is currently or was until just now playing for the west chester knicks in the gene that lakers are going to give him a ten day and i would imagine with all the injuries could think about it casey peace hurt landzo's hurt kouzmanis hurt and ince's hurt they got all these guys that are hurt this guy might actually get on the guy the man across the street from me tuffey reason was the was a teacher at wittmer high school together on all right so i think it may be the jimmy jackson also went to whitmore high snow kid john lsu a question may so i want to get your thoughts on this too i have asked me a question and then you can get johnstone it's a lakers questions i'd rather just go to john i'll just do my own yeah yeah but you could tells what rob manfred goes your during the hilary benn yeah yeah what is race what is the goal for the lakers now like at the midway point has any what is is anything changed you like higher i said after forty one named right that i thought they could finish twenty and twenty two with the second half schedule that they had ochre and win 35 games okay i don't which would be great yeah i don't necessarily i think i may have overreach because i didn't figure in injuries right now the whole team is hurt so i think it's going to like for example last night i never felt you always competitive for a half but i never felt with the guys were putting out there against westbrook carmelo and paul george i was in the car in that third quarter it i was listening to your guy and i was like i felt awful four you having to watch it and so i think i didn't figure in injuries but i think they'll be better in the second forty one games than they were in the first forty you think me.

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"hilary benn" Discussed on The Dan Bongino Show

The Dan Bongino Show

01:42 min | 4 years ago

"hilary benn" Discussed on The Dan Bongino Show

"The fbi knows steel is taking money from the dnc is getting dirty russian information and is talking to them at the same time that's the scandal and that's the genius of the grassley referral for false statements because now the fbi is going to have to come forward and either acknowledge that it new christopher steel was working for the dnc filtering dirty russian info or they're going to have to acknowledge that they paid a guy who was doing something behind their back with the media and they had no idea because joe they didn't verify their source and why is that important as a former federal investigator for you to use and represent information to a court to get a warrant the fis weren't show the warrant to spy on trump i have to do one of two things with the source material i have to show a track record of noted success with this source in the past and vouch for him or if it's the first time were using emmer second time or use them i have to verify and authenticate the information or some combination of the two if the fbi the genius of the grassley thing comes up right here the fbi has to admit then that either it knows it was working with a guy who was working with hilary benn the russians or it knows it didn't properly verified source and it got burned and it walked up in front of a fis accord joseph raised this right hand and said this information is legitimate when they never did their homework they are screwed.

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"hilary benn" Discussed on Amanpour

Amanpour

01:48 min | 4 years ago

"hilary benn" Discussed on Amanpour

"Is going to be done by october next year which is when we shabani hopes to complete the negotiation i i guess of listen the priority the europeans have made it quite clear that the priority for then is ensuring the rights of their citizens and the guardian has a report today saying that theresa may's government is going to suggest that eu citizens now living here will register with the government for race to be determined future solution which they're intending to present the eu as a generous offer what's your reaction to that is not going to be likely to appease the eu about the security of its citizens it's the first issue that needs to be sorted out i regret the fact that the recommendation of our select committee unanimous which was the government should 'unilaterally say to the three million will show europeans here living working paying taxraising families you can stay because we think that would help to secure the position of the one point two million brits who are exercising their free movement rights in the other twenty seven member states at the moment some people have been applying for these residence permits it's an eighty five page form and about thirty percent of the applications being refused which is added to the sense of uncertainty on the part of european citizens and i think in arms from today shows the government realizes you cannot use that system to document three million people because employers in future will need to be able to distinguish between eu citizens who are part of the three million to this the ability to stays given quite rightly and anyone who arrive subsequently because at the moment if you want to give a job to european citizens we have to do is show you that possible but that's not going to be able to work after we left hilary benn thank you so much for joining us well when we come back as saudi arabia against a new crown prince we have an exclusive look at what the gulf powerhouse is doing to keep is away from its brutal war in yemen that's coming up.

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