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"house commons" Discussed on KTOK

KTOK

01:47 min | 1 year ago

"house commons" Discussed on KTOK

"And then we have a really good chance of rain overnight on Wednesday into Thursday. Former Winnie would zookeeper Joseph Maldonado passage now knows the verdict is guilty and his murder for hire trial. The verdict coming this afternoon. Here's Katie okays, Calvin right? He's the man known as Joe exotic and he'd been on trial in Oklahoma City federal court for allegedly trying to hire someone to kill the owner of a Florida, and we'll sanctuary was critical of the way he treated animals at his greater when he would animal park. Carol Baskin was never heard. She successfully sued Maldonado passage in two thousand eleven for trademark infringement in two thousand thirteen judgment ordered. Him to pay one million dollars during the federal trial. The defense claimed Maldonado passage was framed maintain he was all talk and had no intention of wanting Baskin dead. And Joe exotic facing more than thirty years in prison when he is sentenced an airman reported is a wall from Tinker Air Force base has been found safe and sound just a very long way from home. Scott Young was found last night near Saint Paul Minnesota. He left his unit back on March twenty seventh. Tinker officials say they are still investigating what happened to him and a huge drug bust today in the small town of Manford in creek county after about a seven month investigation. Police arrested three family members and found more than two hundred shake and bake meth labs inside a house in the one hundred block of elm street. And Manfred police chief lucky Miller tells local media that it is the largest meth bust. He has ever seen a Bill passed today by the state house common education committee. Would require discussion of consent in a material used by public schools.

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"house commons" Discussed on Coffee House Shots

Coffee House Shots

03:49 min | 2 years ago

"house commons" Discussed on Coffee House Shots

"If it calls through the house Commons now phase of unreleased, whether we are close to a leadership challenge even have proper coup or attempt to over for Theresa May one of the things that you seem to need as an attentive candidate. Theresa May never had Steve Baker. He is a ringleader am expects tests today suggesting that he doesn't know who the preferred Braxton candidate is. Yeah. That is probably one of the ministers of quit the cabinet over Brexit. But what would they probably put them on a Rame lock the door, Laker decide. And then that's that guy 'cause I should be one Euro-sceptic leader candidate. Do you think that's a good plan? I'm not sure there is any plan really misses Theresa May's great advantage. She's a lot of critics, but they're still holding very hero. The still a waiting for somebody to be the person who puts things together. And I mean, let's take the European research group incredibly clever people there, but they do seem to be shambolic -ly disorganized. I mean, they had their turns of Brexit plan that the Antic cancel of last minute. And then publish even the active trying to have a press conference outside parliament seemed to be a bit much for them yesterday. Casey as you looked for yourself. So really, I think Theresa May partly got where she is because she has spent a lot of time with them. Articulate champs into rested Seuss giving speeches about how you do. This other been on being able to organize whereas she carries on this is her intransigence her resilience is her greats. I guess her great vice under a great strength, and I am really talking around. I can hear MP saying we're going to fast what we get the votes cetera. But movie release saying is to be Jacob or got to be Jeremy hunters to be cited or something. And without that kind of organizing force behind the rebellion. It will be splits five or six ways and David Cameron had this phrase when he was in government a plan beats no plan, and I think that's Theresa May's governing philosophy as well, ROY. Now, she's goes eight plan. It's a bad plan. But it beats no plan and the rest of the movement really got a plan a rival plan. So I think if the exam question was whether Theresa May's deal is awful that would get very clear pass, Mark. Everybody knows is awful. But if the question is who is going to succeed her nobody has beginning to get an answer to this. Now. Now, you might believe it's come our come with the man if there is a sort of leadership Couve in the party would danville get behind somebody. And right now, a lot of those suggesting turn into her Briggs at plan believe that something would just come out of their loss assure now another thing to Theresa May has going and half favor. Is the fact that she hasn't had any more as nations that he's today of ziebel update you later at that changes. And there was speculation that could be a second wave so figures such Michael penny Meudon and even Chris grading every mid to be weighing up options that Michael gave his decide to stay. He doesn't wanna be Brexit secretariat. But he is happy to stay defa James is this an inducement Theresa May is she out of the woods on. That's what you think we still see resignations. I there is a possibility that we could sell. We'll see more cabinet resignations Adumim a coming today. I remain in this very odd situation. Which is they're all still bonds people sitting around the cabinet table who have a grave very grave reservations about plan. I one of the things will is the question is what does she do? How does she people? There was a route to pulse this plan through parliament..

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"house commons" Discussed on Today in Focus

Today in Focus

03:28 min | 2 years ago

"house commons" Discussed on Today in Focus

"I mean, if it's a spectacle, we've even got labor impis stunning in saying, oh, you're so courageous you so courageous for doing this book come on. Let's have a people's vote. And you know, what Brexit for the first time people are saying this could not happen. Now, it really is massive stakes because essentially threes mice put for today. Oh, and this is good. She's gonna get all that's what she's saying. It's not good enough for her Brexit is they are -solutely spitting. And as we know cabinet members are resigning, and it's obviously not good enough for all the MP's. He wants to remain in the and they're being very very about that for once. Now, it feels like we could either be crushing out without Dale all we could be remaining in the EU. So he's made I just got to collapse house, which is where MP's and researchers and journalists gather in parliament, and we're gonna go and find parliamentary reporter for the guardian down SABA. We tracked down down summer. You've just been in the chamber the house Commons watching the prime minister take very difficult questions from behind you came out. And I think you went to the huddle, and that just how the tax actually Darren which I'm sure you have to which is a very senior Brexit. That's it's an ER G European research group. That's the grief of Tory practice chairs meeting in committee room ten and twelve forty five. That's in about fifteen minutes. So presumably we're talking to their we certainly certainly will. The reason that meeting interesting is all they going to finally sit down and putting the girl the piece of paper all they're gonna write these are. They're gonna sit collectively write these these letters demanding the confidence beheld and trae Somme you need as well. Very well-known in Westminster you need forty eight Tori, MP's fifteen sent to the parliament penalty to sign that is demanding confidence. Fear phobe held if Graham Brady who's the chairman the nine hundred twenty two committee receives those forty-eight letters. He must tell the prime minister must organize a confidence vote within a tale to and the PM's got to win half, plus one to keep going fifty nine from memory now something very interesting happened to just now no more than five minutes ago. She's the Graham Brady is very very amiable, fellow well-known journalist, very friendly point. Happy to explain was just wondering three portcullis house, and he doesn't forty-eight letters never knows how many, but he definitely doesn't have right. You need to run guy stuff. We'll catch the United. So he's outside the houses of parliament. And we're rushing down the Ray because we've heard that Jacob rees-mogg is going to give a statement the thing that he's so angry about is the five hundred eighty five page Brexit withdrawal agreement some of it is contentious, we knew there was going to be a thirty nine billion pounds of boss Bill. We knew that. There was going to be a long section on citizen rights all the fuss is about the so-called Irish backstop that is how to keep a soft Irish border. If it isn't negotiated in a future trade deal, and the reason that it's got people like Jacob re smoke so angry is that he thinks it means staying in a customs union forever. And that he says is not Brexit..

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"house commons" Discussed on Coffee House Shots

Coffee House Shots

03:21 min | 2 years ago

"house commons" Discussed on Coffee House Shots

"We had the DP making clear that they weren't going to vote for the wardrobe women if it contained the va level of Irish backstop. The we Carney think it will. And then we had Joe Johnson basically saying I don't think ask former remain as they're gonna vote fuel deal. We're going to back a second referendum. How do the numbers were is beginning to get very very haunt see how trees at least the first time round Paul seizes would throat agreement without some con with institutional labor support because. Yeah. Yeah. Retorts different people. Some people think that you can pick off fifteen labor MP's to batteries may some people think twenty-five, but we all beginning to get the coin of numbers she would need to find. When you consider there probably twenty on Brexit ultras in the algae who definitely vote against Jordan, you'll beginning to look to some kind of labor either saying to its MP's if you want to abstain abstain or labor sitting at the party to get this deal through and that is that is a bumper series man, then you can pound that with the news out of Brussels tonight. But it's being way on mush Alania is number two. As basically said, well, we haven't we all Gordon even on the body at because of political deadlock in London said if if they're still doesn't give it to them. Do we have to seriously consider a second referendum as something that will happen? I think this is this is very interesting question because Jacob is mortgage completely right? When he says that procedurally if trees May's dealers voted down house Commons, the UK leaves on no deal. I find it. Haunt believe that that would happen though, because most MP's Oregon's no deal, and if I was a resolution, Paul Hart's comments, which would be non-binding calling for second referendum or some other approach from the government. Even though it would be non binding diving would have huge political on moral force. But there is a there is a practical problem of a second referendum, which is you would have to extend Oskar fifty time to do it. And you kind of Knicks not fifty at us permission to eat at any point would always say come back entirely show of a would I come with conditions. I mean, they I mean, they probably would. But I think in the run-up to the first vote on the deal because they just want this problem, Don write their language in the run-up. So the I Bohm as there will be this deal or note. Now if those damn. You might what we write that it would change. But I do you could be certain. Which is a reminder of central point here, which is we all entering into a period of uncertainty in Brazil Baltics, the likes of which none of us have seen in our lifetimes can have irony was a Theresa May had hoped to be building momentum towards an agreement. Now, there was talk of a special cabinet meeting perhaps even over the weekend, maybe Monday where she had to all planned out. She was going to give her agreement. She's going to get backing for cabinet. She would go to Brussels they will sign it next month. Instead, we've had Joe Johnson firing a torpedo eve had the brings its years who are really being quite resolute and saying they wouldn't vote for this either. And now even more unhelpfully, you've got the us say, actually, if you didn't know what you're going to tell you cabinet next week because as far as we're concerned there is nothing to to agree. So we could I think the next few days things will move rather fast melt necessarily to Theresa May's event I wanna. Things don't remember as well..

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"house commons" Discussed on Monocle 24: The Briefing

Monocle 24: The Briefing

04:39 min | 2 years ago

"house commons" Discussed on Monocle 24: The Briefing

"To buy German owned companies. And there's one very important legacy, Russia twenty teen has left behind. It showed Russians all these much feared foreigners toll the Russian authorities portray them to be the just people same. As else we'll ask whether Russia's football World Cup has changed anything inside the country and will also discuss Disney's bold plan to take on Netflix. All that right here on the briefing with me, Ben Ryland. In recent days, there have been stark warnings about the United Kingdom, leaving the European Union without reaching an agreement, the governor of the Bank of England. Mark, Connie says that a no deal Brexit is uncomfortably high, but what could crushing out of the block actually look like? I'm joined on the line by lawns prize, who is a political commentator. He also used to be Tony Blair director of communications when he was the UK's prime minister lands. Thanks for joining us. Let imagine for a moment that we reach deadline day, there's no deal. What happens next. Well, it means exactly what it says on the tin. No deal means. There will be no deal on anything. Theresa May the prime minister. Another ministers a fond of saying that nothing is agreed until everything read and nothing agree than there is no full. For people to cross borders. The the continent full uses bowl people to enter the countries in the European Union. There will be no Raymond for trade. So that would be long. Queues have to be border checks on the border between the United independ-, the rest of Europe. That would mean long queues of mores waiting to get sports like d'auvergne a New Haven. There would be a hawk order. We border controls between Northern Ireland and the Republican island. There would be no deal on flight. So the planes and pilots ensure to fly between the United Kingdom and the rest of the European Union, there will be no deal on things like medical safety. So the imported drugs would be suspended at that would be. Disruption to the supply of food. It is such an apocalyptic scenario that actually I don't think that no deal is a serious possibility. Well, despite that, there are lots of people who have been raising this warning and perhaps it is perhaps it is simply a caution that things aren't moving quickly enough, but some brings it. He is saying that the u k could actually function perfectly normal in the event that it crashed out of the block. So rubbish to everything. You've just sit there loans and also trade agreements could follow within days of losing the shackles. He's all of that. Just wishful thinking. Wow. If they think they believe it than they are completely bonkers. I don't think they even think that they do believe it. They they, they know that impacted terms. It would be all, but impossible for into continue under those circumstances. And over talked about so far, are the tactical impediments soup would be in place immediately berko says the politics as well. The coast and the house of Commons would be uproar, never mind the way in which businesses and industry and so on. But also putting pressure on on government house Commons would wear it. There's no Johnny in the house accumbens for no deal as there would be meant political pressure. All. To find some way to it'll. So on top of that warning for Mark, Connie than the famous Utica who giant Astra Zeneca says, patients in the European Union may not be able to receive vital medicines from the UK if the company does not successfully prepare for a no deal Briggs is that more of a dramatic warning on top of everything we've just said. Well, all these warnings are ballot because people are taking lips. What no deal means. No deal means absolutely. No deal on an insect. And that is such a massively in the dial that companies, whether it's medical companies or exposure impulses. None of them know how they co under those circumstances because it's not as if that might be a bullet controls that has to be to in children yet legal requirement of European Union Illitch protected. It's it's boulders..

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"house commons" Discussed on WGN Radio

WGN Radio

01:56 min | 2 years ago

"house commons" Discussed on WGN Radio

"So Robert Muller's probe of Russian interference in two thousand sixteen US presidential election, President Trump on Twitter yesterday, said attorney general Jeff Sessions should end the Russia investigation ABC Stephanie Ramos reports from Washington sources. Tell ABC news that when President Trump found out that special counsel Robert Muller wanted to interview him about obstruction of Justice. He was outraged White House spokesperson. Sarah Sanders says the president was only stating his opinion on Twitter that it was not an order or policy position. A large protest is planned for this afternoon in Chicago. It's organizers call it a peace March. They planned to disrupt traffic on lake shore drive beginning at four PM your diversity Parkway. They're expected to walk to Belmont from there to Clark street non Wrigley field would a game gets underway at seven. This woman lives in the area I think is needed because people need to understand that all the shooting going on is like really bad. But most of the people channel I'd spoke with did support the action organizers, say the points to raise awareness of gun violence on city south and west sides v. Fifteen Chicagoans where passengers on the plane that crashed this week Durango Mexico everyone survived the. Aero Mexico rather flights slammed back into the ground during takeoff on Tuesday in heavy rain and hail officials believe it was. A lightning strike last night that. Damage to building on Chicago's northside fifteen o one west moors avenue a building that houses common Cup coffee shop on. The ground floor and departments of buffet is scheduled to. Be inspected later this morning Indiana state. Officials will soon dole out four hundred hand held metal detectors to school district they tell. The Tribune it's a move aimed at bolstering campus security and discount supermarket chain all these is holding a one day. Hiring event today on Chicago's south side south side rather and in northwest Indiana it'll fill one hundred open positions today again in Chicago and. In the south bend Elkhart in Fort Wayne areas we'll check sports traffic and, weather you have the Samsung galaxy s..

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"house commons" Discussed on FT Politics

FT Politics

02:38 min | 2 years ago

"house commons" Discussed on FT Politics

"Welcome to a special episode of f t politics i'm sebastian on my hit discussed the jew of as ignatius of david davis and boris johnson and all the cabinet chaos citizen sued over the past couple of days i'm joined by george parker the f t political editor lower hughes all political correspondent about shrimps are uk political commentator to unravel what happened george let's begin with what happened on sunday evening on monday night david dave's decided after many threatened attempts he was going to walk away he handed in his resignation letter and then boase jones decided he would do the same thing yes that's why in wayne downing street expected deedee and post johnson's resign the checkers meeting about make contingency plans in the briefings that those were the two that they were watching and there was an expectation they might go the fact they didn't resign on the night checkers led to a feeling down the street that they were through it and those being someone in the matan on sunday hussein while we try to avoid triumphalism here they really thought they cracked and this week would be sort of march of triumph theresa may with adoration of the tory party house commons and of course it didn't turn out like that i think probably it was question of david apes and boris johnson considering what they degree to at chequers first of all a second thing this of ever more cynical interpretation i think they thought if they resigned late on friday night at chequers their resignations would have been completely overshadowed by england's world cup quarter final match against sweden and you have to give credit where credit's due they certainly create more of an impact by residing on monday just before theresa may came to the house of commons let's just look at them individually david davis design essentially because he said he didn't like the compromises that will he was being asked to make but as being a sense going for quite some time george that he's actually been cut out the brexit process in a while and his concerns and reservations weren't being listened to by downing cheats essentially he looked well what's the point of hanging around yeah i mean his position was absolutely intolerable i can't blame david davis for resigning he was supposed to be in charge of the negotiations but he was cut out of a the negotiations which have been conducted by trees amaze top official ali robbins and be from formulating policy because that was being done in number ten by all europeans and in the end he was just being treated as a so political salesman being handed a script to read out by downing street which she didn't agree with his concerns were overruled and he's being asked this week go out around europe on a tour selling a policy that he'd frankly didn't agree with an uneven being consulted on shinn's did you think david davis was right to resign yes i do actually i think he didn't believe in the police of the government and as george said he was one of the.

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"house commons" Discussed on FT Politics

FT Politics

03:23 min | 2 years ago

"house commons" Discussed on FT Politics

"To the house of commons whereas another week with another vote on a meaningful vote for the second time in a fortnight conservative apples threatened to go against the government on whether they will have a pulp assay onto isa mates brexit deal before they step back from the edge with ultimately found late this year whether bellion that didn't turn into anything this week meant anything meanwhile not much pokes being made on the uk's negotiating position with next week some looking like something of a washout jewish populace talk again for bit of history repeating about the meaningful votes so after two weeks ago they had the bought off with compromises from theresa may the rebels felt they were portrayed then that's it we're going to vote for this we're going to get it through we're going to show the government didn't quite pan out like that though it was a bit of a fizzle the rebellion fizzled visit the end in it and i think basically there was a war of attrition over a couple of weeks as us just describing where there were various pressure was put on the on rebels they were fake threats of selection there was quite a hostile social media campaign i think there was also growing sense on both sides the party i she that this route escalate to a point where pose a serious risk to the credibility and authority of the prime minister on the on the government and there was a very important meeting held in whip's office convened by all of letwin who's david cameron's troubleshooter for everybody not their heads together and said let me go try and find a way of deescalating this and in the end the rebels cave dominic grieve that she rebel basically ended up voting against his own amendments and that has to be counted as success by the prime minister so essentially what they've now been bought off with his that the vote the house of commons will have all any brexit deal later this year may or may not be amendable and the reason this matters because mp's want to have the ability to direct the government if there isn't a brigadier to say extend article fifty which have been talking about this we go back to the negotiating table and very cleverly the government put this in the hands of speaker john berko hampshire is delighted to have to make the decision whether this amendment would be at what his vote would be amendable that's right well my colleague james who you'll be hearing from an a second speaking to a parliamentary expert this week who was basically saying that the speakers room for maneuver on this is very limited in fact we very hard for him to allow it to be amendable and so in the purest interpretation of what's happened is that the government in the event of not all scenario playing out in two thousand nine hundred a minister will come to the house of commons will make statements and then the house commons will vote to take notes on the statements and this position was lampooned by hilary benn the shallow brexit sexual saying what liz children say know in years to come what did you dad when the country was faced with this cliff edge oh we had a vote in the house of commons to take note now i think in the end this is all slightly economic because in the end the house of commons can find ways of asserting its will and having it say i'm basically if theresa may nord votes in the house of commons on whatever motion it was on she would be pc walk into a next into an early election yes that's broadly right i think it has been a roller academic debate in a way having ridden rims on it like usually seems unfortunately thing to say but the truth is this if mrs may comes back from brussels she puts her deal to the commons and it is voted down we will have a full scale government crisis and in.

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"house commons" Discussed on BBC Radio 4

BBC Radio 4

02:42 min | 2 years ago

"house commons" Discussed on BBC Radio 4

"Institute of economic affairs good morning to you both morning good morning let's begin with the twenty billion pound package for the nhs tossed bell how do you think the chances should be funding this increase woman chancellor inter's what is actually going to do is going to be fun this mixture of harbouring and higher taxes and obviously the mix between those and which bits of taxi chooses to rise is that is what is going to be now route about on the fact that that row is going on is what you've been told how much jess is gonna get but not where the money's coming from so that's the question for the summer now the constraints facing the trumps all they want to try and raise a lot of money and this is a lot of money despite some of the criticism of the package announced by the prime minister this week but they want to do it in a fair way jimmy means taking good chunk of it from better off households but they've also got a pass these changes through house commons without an outright majority so that does significantly reduce the options in the the most likely options so not changing the rates of tax we pay but making us pay or more of our income that could raise significant sums by the back end of this parliament into the five billion old range and then we would say that given the labor party would have to vote for an increase in corporation tax not going ahead with the cuts to corporation tax to seventeen p and eight twenty twenty would bring in about six billion pounds so those two together get you roughly to around the ten billion pound mark you need to do hall of this tax rises and then hall from bahrain kate andrews what you think of those suggestions well i worry very much about trying to increase corporation tax it's a tax that's actually paid by ordinary people pay by pensioners who have shares in companies is paid by workers there have been there's a dispute about how much actually comes out of worker salaries but report from the adam smith institute a few years back thought that it affected workers a pay up to sixty percent sixty percent of corporation taxes paid through workers so am all of these taxes at the end of the day affect ordinary people and of course public borrowing is delayed tax it's tax future generations what we spend now has to be paid back down the road and i applaud the chancellor for pushing back on mass public borrowing healthcare is a cost that is always going to increase since the nineteen ninety s the proportion of gdp spent on healthcare his nearly doubled virtually all developed countries are experiencing this because as people are living longer the cost of healthcare is increasing so if you'll ruling out the making changes corporation tax and increased borrowing how do you think the chancellor should be funding this increase or do you think he shouldn't be spending this kind of money on the nhs.

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"house commons" Discussed on WLOB

WLOB

03:26 min | 2 years ago

"house commons" Discussed on WLOB

"To may thirtyfirst there were nine thousand nine hundred ninety five children separated from nineteen hundred and forty adults by the us border patrol spokesperson for the department of homeland security confirmed the numbers represent families who were separated because of illegal entry immigration violations possible criminal conduct by the parent and cases were officials could not verify the family relationship why is the press that reporting this this daily caller of course this is right wing media but this is according to a d h s spokesman the numbers represent families who were separated because of illegal entry immigration violations possible criminal conduct by the parents and cases were officials could not verify the family relationship so the people in our side needs to be pushing back and saying are you putting children in danger you must be for putting children in danger i can't imagine why you're i can't understand you why do you want to put kids endanger they're trying to protect the kids you wanna run them potentially into human trafficking mark tennessee you're up next mark what's up hey phil talking about the kids in danger we ever thought about how many of these kids making that trip even would their family dying up there in the desert but being buried and they're not gonna come to the border and said oh i very one or two my children on the way it was such a rough trip that's why i'm telling you i mean the child endangerment is the trip and we would never let a family parents in the united states who subjected their kids to that keep their kids the h or whatever it is the dc dc be your bc whatever it is they would be taking the children from them pronto absolutely you're to other points one our family like my grandparents immigrated here didn't come as a family unit it was tough one came over made a few bucks to sponsor the next one over money back sure in the michener talks about the islands the caribbean why he didn't do well in the colonies did part of it was because they didn't pull the mavs in the washington all the jeffersons back to england and make a little house of lord people and giving them a little house commons and giving them a little property stadium they helped build a country what's going to be left in these other countries of the brightest and the best some of the people wanna say we're bringing them in here taking them all the way from there because you're fleeing because of the political atmosphere do any fighters behind any people working to build it like the cubans when they came here early alaba wanted to go back to try to build you about but that was the always said that they're able to let the steam off into the united states these are the folks who have the the biggest chance of actually affecting change in either mexico guatemala honduras el salvador wherever they're coming from and they're able to come here the government sponsors that kind of travel because they want the people who are who are the loudest and the and the malcontents to be out of their own country and come here it's so true it's so true and we don't see it because they don't want to report a gap wait for the time phil always pleasure speaking to you.

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"house commons" Discussed on FT Alphachat

FT Alphachat

02:02 min | 2 years ago

"house commons" Discussed on FT Alphachat

"Eating principles there's no magic in those words that too by the way would be a bigger change than people think and i think the debate in the united states about whether the federal reserve should follow a rule when it sets monetary policy or should be assessed against a rule which is slightly different thing is i think really a particular manifestation of desire to see what the underlying operating principles i i'm doubtful myself that it could be expressed as a mechanical rule we do know there are people who have who prepared to give it a try yes yes well a non mechanical role released the full is again this will sound obvious but i think it's quite demanding is transparency and accountability here i just wanted to underline the importance of accountability to committees of the legislature committees of congress committees of parliament or this emily and this concern sound as though it's kind of undermining the independence so what do i mean by count ability and it's best summed up and i'm not going to get the words exactly right i quote in towards the end of the book a parliamentary hearing in london when mervyn king and i were testifying to the house commons treasury committee and what americans would call the ranking member the senior member of the committee from the labor party george moody said to us what is all this for these hearings you you come here and and we we ask you questions and you give these eloquent answers then you go away and nothing that we say makes makes any different sorts of ever to what you do and moving gave the maintenance of it i was asked to contribute as as well they asked me with what i thought and we both said the same thing which is so long as the sovereign parliaments decided that the powder said interest rates lies with the bank of england monetary policy committee as an independent body it it must just do that.

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"house commons" Discussed on BBC Radio 4

BBC Radio 4

01:52 min | 2 years ago

"house commons" Discussed on BBC Radio 4

"Is that we had become friendly is maybe too strong a word but tony blair obviously had gone to libya and established a relationship with colonel gadhafi our whole whole relationship with that country changed and under suspicion at the time was that that we were doing him a favor well whatever i think that is correct but this was an illegal act was illegal rendition and i think there are grounds to believe and maybe the attorney general will set this out in parliament today that the intelligence services were rather less legally constrained there's an organization then and it was in the aftermath of nine eleven than they are today who we know it wouldn't happen again today i think it was pretty clear and obviously i haven't sat on the national security council for four or five years it's pretty clear that there is a very different regime in place today and that political control which was very much more difficult in those days is much stronger today and should he get compensation he hasn't also millions or anything he's asked for one pound my understanding is that mr bell hatch is always been clear that what he wants is an apology from the british government and i understand that his wife and indeed that child will be in the gallery of the hustle commons i hope that today the british government on behalf of us all will make a clean breast of this is a completely unacceptable use of torture in which british war britain was complicit i hope the house commons will hear the full details today and that mr bell has and his wife will receive a full apology from the british government but do you say the british government the problem is that the the people who were in in in number ten then and and in the foreign office or not then do you want to hear something from tony blair from.

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"house commons" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

Newsradio 700 WLW

02:02 min | 2 years ago

"house commons" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

"The over the border here you know we should be able to keep out you know who we want to keep out or whatever i mean if they want to do that i mean why why can we get into fire hoses out there hey you know yes i don't say they need are you trying to say you know wait a minute are you trying to say they need a shower or something the way you wanna hose them down firehose i don't know just i'm trying to think of from fairly humane my from over here when they're demanding and they're trying to climb over a wall and you trauma saw that on the news they're getting arrested or deported but it's ridiculous and encourage more you know to allow some over and i promise not to me you know letting us happen people need to be coming over here from the offer you know i told white house common line and my congressman and stuff and said look you know these people think they come over here and and have better life they're is get away from drugs and poverty here they all they're gonna find your chicago's baltimore and saint louis any any big city that's run by democrats you've got all kinds of drug and crime problem that's a bonafide fact that's not being racist or anything some cars into a poll here and well going over mount here we're gonna do a poll cinco de mayo and police fair now what area is that good and give us a report over four don't over the mountain governors drivers to it's four thirty one he goes over into i dollar deal i feel okay it's going to be clear now seen ambulance has been there airbag was out thing i'm the why we have mess with that you know that's just a a good day for all the liquor companies there's plus plenty of that activity going on over the racine.

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"house commons" Discussed on WAAM Talk 1600

WAAM Talk 1600

01:39 min | 3 years ago

"house commons" Discussed on WAAM Talk 1600

"The purview of bangladesh did you know that will utilise this radio program brought on by 19 listeners in bangladesh throwing acid in a woman's face was standard operating procedure if she wasn't covered for face was uncovered and that islamic hellhole bangladesh where georgia refused to love to go over there and play the sitar uh now in london though says right here the saw house commons a recent house cameras the english house of commons revealed that the united kingdom capital as london has more acid attacks per capita than any city in the world now why is that because they have more islamists coming in and now have an islamic mayor mm scary stuff now you gullit wanted to have you with us rottweiler hey wha wha what times the game what does it have to do with us this is your world bay this is the world of the progressive fancies themselves to be real smart biggest murder now their world has with this the world we're trying to resist here we the thinking of trying to do a resist that i'm glad you're one of my nineteen listeners near led the we've thinking again we're going to prevail might not be tomorrow we will prevail resistance is not future ooh aiden.

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"house commons" Discussed on Erin Burnett OutFront

Erin Burnett OutFront

01:44 min | 3 years ago

"house commons" Discussed on Erin Burnett OutFront

"Well look i think by all standards rights previous had a terrible tenure chief of staff now they may not be entirely his fault because the chief of staff is only as strong as the authority the president bestows on them so if the president undermines the chief of staff ridicules in publicly and allow staffers go around them rights had no chance to succeed and so now there's a chance with are going to put fresh start here with general kelly but i was general kelly the incredibly concerned that the same problems that affected reince priebus are going to affect general kelly in the sense that anthony scaramucci who had certainly a colorful dino disastrous first week as mutations director still reports directly to the president dan savino who's a you know it had trouble with a wall in six months still reports directly the president the chief of staff has to be first among equals to make the white house run in its trump is not give general kelly that authority we're gonna be right back where we were six or seven months on the same spot april wolf blitzer pressed prediced as to why the president wanted a change let's listen to how he answered that i'm not going to get into that personal stuff the president is a professional and i'm a professional and professional people don't discuss private conversations in public but what i will tell you is this president has american the hearts of all americans at the top of his mind at all times he wants to do what's right for the american people and i think making changes in the white house's common but i also think that they can be very important and i think that this is a good appointment for the white house and i think the general we'll do a great job apl your reaction to that answer.

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"house commons" Discussed on The West Wing Weekly

The West Wing Weekly

01:30 min | 3 years ago

"house commons" Discussed on The West Wing Weekly

"In prison terms that means finding a cellmate can we here just a little bit of it no yup note wait just a little bit are bottle only because you say please we said he's adding smoke he was smoke cigarettes need is lit up right there on a lot like trying to kill reserve killing me with these they're gonna kill me recover third bad shocked of fog off what did shared read god like where we are prison for life euroarab sixty several years the life red items smoking miss cigarette sodas episode one of your house's common so from radio told the from your rigs before we go huge props to a crucial partner in all it is and that's the attendance sam robison the sank when public information officer without his guidance as support none of this would be happening he also has to listen to all of our stories and k them where they go out even this promo to what about it lieutenant harry who this is lieutenant sam robinson the public information officers sank wednesday prison and i approve this story and please visit our website iran also s hugh dot com you can subscribe to the podcast santa for newsletter and find out how to send us a question by postcard that we might answer on a future episodes that air hustle s q dot com so kickback relax because we are about to take you inside they can locked the body up but they can't lock the minder.

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"house commons" Discussed on The West Wing Weekly

The West Wing Weekly

01:59 min | 3 years ago

"house commons" Discussed on The West Wing Weekly

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