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"jacob rees mogg" Discussed on The Sustainable Futures Report

The Sustainable Futures Report

02:51 min | 5 months ago

"jacob rees mogg" Discussed on The Sustainable Futures Report

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Who Is Isaac Levido?

Monocle 24: The Briefing

05:08 min | 7 months ago

Who Is Isaac Levido?

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

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Campaigning gets underway in UK general election

Monocle 24: The Briefing

04:43 min | 9 months ago

Campaigning gets underway in UK general election

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

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Opposition surging against Boris Johnson's Parliament suspension plan

AP 24 Hour News

00:46 sec | 1 year ago

Opposition surging against Boris Johnson's Parliament suspension plan

"Political opposition to prime minister Boris Johnsons moved to suspend parliament is surging A. P.'s as there is actually reports that surges led by protests around Britain and a petition to block the move that's gained more than a million signatures Johnson's maneuver it gives his political opponents even less time to prevent a chaotic no jailbreak sets before the October thirty first withdrawal deadline but the decision outrage critics and is serving as a unifying force for the district of position house of Commons leader Jacob Rees Mogg has dismissed the outrage as phony he insisted in an interview with the BBC that Johnson wants to outline his domestic agenda the move has prompted ruptures across the political spectrum including among members of Johnson's Conservative Party sorry I Sheckley on them

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Backlash grows to Johnson's suspension of UK Parliament

Here & Now

04:30 min | 1 year ago

Backlash grows to Johnson's suspension of UK Parliament

"Some federal one day on and the row over prime minister Boris Johnson's decision to seek the suspension of the UK's parliament for five weeks is showing no signs of abating the main opposition labour leader Jeremy Corbyn says plans are well under way by a cross party group of MPs to stop the prime minister forcing through a no deal brexit through parliament what we're gonna do is try to politically stopping on Tuesday with a parliamentary process in order to legislate to prevent a notice of brexit and also to try and prevent him shutting down Paul maturing is off to the crucial period the implications this country a very very serious for his part the cabinet minister Jacob Rees Mogg describe the anger is a confection of candy floss and said there was ample time for parliament to discuss brexit and his fellow conservative MP mark from swan also dismissed the outrage as complete nonsense the reason I think that the reminders are reacting this is because they become to realize form of the we all actually leaving at least people all screaming blue murder because that's not what they want I've been discussing today's exchanges of our political correspondent at Westminster Susan whom no one's come down on this and I I as you hear their supporters of prime minister Boris Johnson have been out in force to attack the claims he's trampling all over the U. K.'s rather delicately balanced on written constitution but of course opponents fear at the suspension of parliament leave some notes Thomas hole to seize control and stop the very possibility of leaving with no deal at the end of October and they're not limiting their efforts simply to parliament are that they have also taken this in some cases to court there specifically a case out of the court of session in Edinburgh in Scotland they're looking at is something that my producer resulted like this started awhile back and today they've been seeking quotes cold an interim and to take to stop parliament being suspended without a full hearing next week on September the six I mean it's a very difficult constitutional ground because the queen has already grown to the suspension but it's the advice and what she did that which is being challenged in the court and the judge lord Dougherty has for talk to think about his decision overnight on the course will resume at ten AM tomorrow morning in October and there's a great deal of opposition as well within the conservative ranks including some former government ministers who are now in the back benches and today the news has come out that the leader of the conservatives in Scotland a very popular figure Ruth Davidson has quit she made the announcement in which she said she was still confident however the Boris Johnson wasn't really prepared to leave the E. U. without a deal I said I'm right now I I also might rightly I need to know are you actually trying to get a deal or not I he categorically assured me that he walls so I want to get a deal I believe that's what he and his government are working towards I support him in the efforts I think her words will have been at quite a relief to Boris Johnson and to support as well as just one back it up for a moment because this Davidson is a very unusual figure Scottish conservatives have a traditional image as quite a sort of three D. golfing gross more hunting shouldn't fishing logged out she's young she's female urban gay and very very personable she's credited with an amazing turnaround in Scottish conservative fortunes and she's very much oppose Boris Johnson in the brexit campaign she was on the other side arguing for the UK to remain in the U. and some have linked her decision to resign to this news that parliament will be suspended but she says her decision is largely personal she had a baby with her partner earlier this year and that the house is played a big part in her decision I she didn't therefore it used the speech to settle for missile under him which is what some of them had had feared she would do and become a rallying point for conservatives who opposed to him but it's a warning in this for him in some way he will know that there is a warning she has since been quite tight spoken that Boris Johnson isn't quite her Cup of tea in the past and I think it will be clear that he's one of the wrong borough time with her that she's given her support that he's got to get that deal box box if he doesn't get the deal if he goes for no deal I think the situation will be very

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Another dance round the May poll: Brexit

The Economist: The Intelligence

06:51 min | 1 year ago

Another dance round the May poll: Brexit

"The Briggs it saga rolls on last night to a private meeting of conservative. Members of parliament, the Prime Minister Theresa may made the grandest of gestures she said to have been close to tears. She told them that if they backed her exit deal with the European Union. She would resign. Mrs Maes proposal took two years to hammer out the parliamentarians, including many in her own party have overwhelmingly voted against twice now with her promised to fall on her sword. Some who used to strongly oppose deal are coming on side among them. Former foreign secretary Boris Johnson. Meanwhile, parliament has been considering a series of eight alternative Brexit proposals. In what's known as indicative voting? I can now announce the result of today's recorded bass on missions relating to the United Kingdom's withdraw. It's an effort to determine whether any of them could command a majority in a formal vote. But last night all of them were rejected the is two hundred sixty four the knows two hundred seventy two. So the news habit for month nine threes. Amaze been trying to get her Brexit deal through parliament has been heavily rejected twice by MP's. John Peet is Brexit editor team decided that the best chance. She has persuading them to not change their minds and back is to promise to resign when they for it. And that does seem tempted some conservative MP's over onto her side. But why why should her leaving make it look more palatable to them? Well, the bulk of the opponents to her deal in the conservative party are hotline. Brexit is using it's too soft, and they would quite like to see her go because the who've been to replace somebody more like them and will the ploy work. I mean, the the deal that she still wants to get across the line was thumped badly. Twice is this going to change the calculus? I think the arithmetic is still against Theresa May. I mean, the big hope when she made his announcement was not just that quite a few conservative MP's would come over to side and some of them did including leading members of the European research. Right. Jacob rees-mogg the hardline record here types. The hotline breaks types, many of them have not come over. But what we really needed to to get to marriage to unionists on her side and they announced after her resignation offer. They still were not going to support her deal. Right. And meanwhile, there has been this sort of separate effort to come up with some kind of alternate alternates. Eight of them in fact, and none appeared to get consensus last night. What is the plan b what if MRs may can't get the deal across the line? Well, I think the problem of the big sort of central program for for Westminster's. There's no majority for always anything at the moment. I think the process that MP's have initiated against the government's wishes of saying look we want to find out what kind of deal by the best child's. Is hearing majority will continue all of its last night went down. But some of them were really quite close in particularly one to keep Britain permanently in customs union with the European Union which lost by eight votes compared with her deal, which are the last lost one hundred forty nine days. So I think you'd have to say that the consensus in Westminster is moving towards a slightly different deal that would have permanent customs union. Mrs Maes offer to resign will now start a full blown leadership contest that's been warmer about for months and macelroy. One of our senior editors has been considering the front runners. There's certainly a number of politicians with the lean in Hungary, look for Theresa May's job. And if we start with our own cabinet, you have some people like, Jeremy hunt and savage of it that foreign secretary and home secretary me that go big jobs both of them switched from remain to saying they would deliver Brexit. They did that for number reasons. But one of the big reasons is they want to be able to say to the conservative selectric. I delivered Brexit for you. Then there are those who have perhaps even leaner and hungry. Looks lean doesn't seem quite the right word for Boris Johnson. Little sees this and make this all to stand toll in the whoa. He's a strong Brexit here. A large. Blonde man child who is in musing random often unreliable, and he's made very clear indeed that he sees himself as being the bearer of the crew Brexit here crown, but he hasn't competition, and that is from Michael Google who is very intellectual character Brexit, and the optimal has called strains intentions to be placed on friendships and relationships perhaps on the remain side who feel that they could live with Michael g-o-v more readily than with this huge bombastic figure Boris Johnson. John. It's clear now that Mrs Maes political future is uncertain woulda leadership contests and new leadership perhaps help with getting towards a Brexit resolution or does this only add more chaos to a very chaotic thing. I think at least contests in the lighter departure may just make things complicated. It's not clear that that will help the UK to find a solution that is acceptable base to the conference and more importantly to the rest of the European Union decision to to offer to resign. It's conditional on getting her deal through. So you've deal does not go through. She may rescind her decision and say we'll look to stay around for bit longer. But I think on any analysis she's in a very much weakened position. And most Tarim peace now expected to go if not in in sort of may by the end of the summer in any case. So I think they are beginning to talk about it possible replacements and organizing leadership contest, I won't ask you the difficult. Question of what happens in the long? Term. Whether you think we're any clearer on on the outcome of all this. But what happens in the shorter term, which we expect next. Well, I think MP's will probably continue the prices of trying to win through indicative to see it as an alternative changed version of the brakes at deal might win a majority. The government will continue probably the next few days to sort of lobby hard to see it as a possibility of securing a majority for this is May's own deal that will play out for the next few days. But it's gonna run up against the deadline, which is Europe. Ian union said you have until April the twelve to decide that's already an extended deadline. So the stage after that will be should they extend the deadline further, and I expected there will be an emergency European summit at which there will be another extension. But it probably will be until something like the end of may, and it will be contingent on Britain holding European elections, which will be the process even

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 May's Brexit delay and Corbyn's second referendum  - Politics Weekly podcast

The Guardian UK: Politics Weekly

06:43 min | 1 year ago

May's Brexit delay and Corbyn's second referendum - Politics Weekly podcast

"Is just twenty nine days until we leave the European Union. Or is it one hundred twenty three days trees may announce this week if a deal is defeated on March the twelfth parliament will be asking MP's wanted to leave with no deal or extend article fifty remains were modified and leave as horrified. The Daily Telegraph declaring that delaying Brexit was a plot to stop it. She also offered some consolation for MP's wanting to avoid no deal telling them the United Kingdom will only leave without a dealer March twenty ninth if there's explicit consent in this house, but maize proposed extensions just for three months, and it's unclear whether she would vote against an audio Brexit itself. So has anything really changed what I'm joined to discuss all this by Rafael bat and politics and be from the guardian and the former advisor to may will Tana he was now the director of the think tank onward, so we leaving on the twenty ninth. No. I think not I think the fact that I've one dirty voted to make an extension possible means everybody wherever they stand apart from the handful of lunatics who didn't vote for it only twenty is it turned out think that if we get a Brexit. We're still going to need more technical time. And then there are others who think if we can push it out of it further, we get closer perhaps to a referendum being the only thing left standing with parliament, Kamel degree a deal. That's what we'll have to have. So one way or another. It seems to be most likely could be sure could belong the will allow extension. What can we do in that in that time that we haven't been able to do the posterior will? I mean, there are a number of factors involved in this crucial. One is the the twenty seven also really really don't want no deal scenario. I mean in this country there were handful of people who think that's a great idea. But really, the the overwhelming majority view rational human beings is it would just be a mess and a problem for all. Sides worse for the UK, but still very bad of the twenty seven. So if you could avoid that happening the no deal scenario happening on the twenty ninth of March. Then yes, there is oversee will at the European Council level to do it of the concerns are. And this is particularly I think concern on the French side that all your doing is just playing this Theresa May game of desperately busking kicking the can down the road as you say hoping that something different will happen. Whereas actually that the central parameters of negotiation, the the arithmetic and in Westminster, the all the red lines Theresa May says up in for the Goshi Asian don't change, and therefore nothing changes. So really, what would be the points. And then there is another very important practical consideration, which is European parliamentary elections do you at the end of may and. Legally and technically and on principle. It becomes enormously. Awkward to imagine the UK either going through that process without having election because notionally relieving leaving the EU, but we would still be members or having that election, which then becomes his horrible wit proxy vote about Brexit, or it becomes a day factor referendum or just becomes gold knows what electing MEP's who then might notionally than sort evaporates after Brexit, actually happens. So does the long onto the short answer is you could get an extension, but it would you'd have to they would be conditions. It's hot you'd have to be very clear about what you're using it to do. Well, the provinces said over and over and over again that we are leaving on the twenty ninth month. And I actually remember when she delayed the vote just in December. We said it will. Does this mean probably that we're heading for an extension and people were so adamant that it didn't mean that. So what why she done it is it is it. A cabinet ministers is independent griebel's. The what's the rationale? Well, I think we need to be clear that the prime minister hasn't has suggested that we all definitely going to have an extension. She has merely said that parliament will have a choicest whether or not to have a nodule Brexit or not if they if they votes not have no diverted then to vote for a short extension. So she's essentially putting the choice in the hot enhancer parliamentarians. And I think that's that's crucial. We've heard over the last three or four six months that actually put him in wants to take control of this process. It will have an opportunity to do. So, but within that is a clear decision between whether or not you want to deliver on the referendum results or to suffer the consequences of not doing that. And a lot of the MP's. I've spoken to in the Las in Las few days are actually increasing leaning towards the prime minister's deal. Subject potentially some changes around the backstop on the basis that dilution or delay. Brexit is far. Worse than the consequences of voting for her deal. I think essentially the prime minister's trying to show up in the minds of her colleagues, and including some of the labor MP's leave voting seats. We mustn't forget that sixty percents of labor MP's or league voting seats in order to force them to make a decision because ultimately we've been fixing a lot on process. Lost sixty nine months. We haven't been focusing very much on the outcome. We've been trying to seek she needs. She needs sixty two in peace to switch with people Robert Half on. He said they will. But there aren't off lots of heads popping up to say. So where do you think she's got do so far I believe actually behind the scenes, they're aquatic considered number of conserved fan piece who are reconsidering that position and have been somewhat reinsured by some of the noises. That's the prime minister and others have made about progress. Jeffrey courses be making around the back to speak up after a once they've decided to be loyal. Why wouldn't they be waving flags for it? It's been all the note. Well. Dinovite. Yuba woman MP NPR Boston Skegness one of the most leaf voting seats in the country explicitly single Twitter last night that he would vote for the prime minister's deal over any today. Her Jacob smoke making very clear last night that some of his previous declarations about very hard changed the all out not to be true. Because he said he's still needed a fixed time limit. We'll let the same as abolishing a yesterday. But I think the difference there is that I think that this is not actually the I don't think there's uniform. Opinion across the E R J. There are some people who still really want to see the backstop removed entirely from the withdrawal agreement reopened in that bit those pages torn out, and there are those. You know, Jacob rees-mogg is among them. It's interesting to to think of ministry softer and of the group, but who said that an appendix with an end date or something that in effect changes. Jessica legal advice is something that he would agree to. And that is something that is seems hard to get but his paps impossible to get while e- e you've

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Markets surge after US-China trade truce

BBC World Service

00:55 sec | 1 year ago

Markets surge after US-China trade truce

"Lived in Britain for decades, but were deported after being wrongly classified as illegal immigrants. It's emerged that about fifty people who were incorrectly deported to Ghana Nigeria last year have still not been contacted by a task force to help those affected. Researchers in Britain say a new stem cell technique could offer an effective and non invasive treatment for people suffering from osteoarthritis the first scientific trial to be carried out on human tissue suggests patient's own cells could be used to repair damaged joints. Would you see the need for surgery? BBC news. Welcome to hard talk on the BBC World Service with me, Steven Saka Britain is facing up to its moment of truth on bricks it and just a few days, the UK parliament will decide whether to accept or reject. The departure terms agreed by British Prime Minister, Theresa may and the leaders of the EU twenty seven, but this is a moment of truth for all of Europe to if as seems likely the deal is rejected Britain will be plunged into political crisis. But the repercussions will be enormous and potentially grave for the EU as a whole my guest knows that better than most to new to hook nose sits on the Brexit steering group in the European parliament. She's a former polish EU Commissioner, and she knows the importance of ensuring Britain doesn't exit the union without meeting its financial obligations. A host of problems are not hard to see there's the particular vulnerability of the Irish economy and. The serious implications for cross channel trade and many of the biggest exporters. Understandably. Much of the focus right now is on Britain's political crisis. But is the EU ready for the chaos that might unfold while the neuter who joins me now on the line from Brussels. Welcome to hard talk. Welcome to you as well. I talked about the fateful decision. Facing the British parliament, how closely are you and others at the heart of power in Brussels. Watching the events unfold in the UK right now, we have been I think watching I can say safely. The what's going on in UK from the very beginning of this. First of all of this announcement back many years ago of the future referendum, then also they deal with Mr Cameron in February two thousand sixteen and then of course, the referendum which was said big bad surprise to me personally. And then of course, the notification, and then we organize also ourselves in the parliament in such a way that we could not only follow but also contributes to the negotiations. We have been also briefed the basically weekly by Michelle Baena, the chief U negative or on the progress in the negotiations Sunday challenges in the negotiations just a few days ago. Theresa May and the EU twenty-seven leaders agreed on the withdrawal agreement treaty. It's going to be and they also agreed agreed on a framework for the future relationship between the EU twenty seven and Briton after that deal was done. John young. The president of the commission said this is the best deal possible. In fact, this is the only deal possible where not to take him entirely seriously, all we I think one should take it seriously because after all the negotiations actually reached an agreement and if you look at. At our watches. If you look at them, we can see that the time is really disappearing got very very quickly. And we have very limited time now to finalize the whole process, and you can see on the basis of what is going on now in in UK that it is at the political element. The political the discussion the approval or rejection of the and also on our side, we need to go through the procedure which requires also some months, so we are actually in a moment where we cannot waste more time. And we cannot you mentioned that they can make something called going back to the table entry negotiate anything. I don't think this that Mr. younger has exaggerated. I think there is nothing hidden as a as a plan b here even the sensitivity of the time. And as you say, the talk is ticking and everything now needs to happen very quickly. How wise do you think it was for Emmanuel Macron, a French president right after the signing of the deal at leadership level? Why? Was it for him to come out until Europe's press that in his view, France and the EU now had a major lever which they could use over Britain. He described the backstop arrangement by which the British will stay in a customs union. If there is no future agreement on a trade relationship by December twenty twenty he described that backstop, arrangement indefinite arrangement as a tool and a lever. Which would ensure that FRANZ got what it wanted on fisheries, for example, that was very damaging wasn't it? When you think back the last two years, and if you remember what politicians set for the home purpose of coping quo talking to the public at at home that a lot of unnecessary things have been said, and I think this language of of using every opportunity to speak to our own electric. Our only public. I think sometimes also damaging because today when you speak. Here's something immediately on the other continent. They also know the same thing in the same moment. So yes, I think certain things are definitely an unnecessary. And especially that I think there is no we have been avoiding up to now this trade of approach, and we have never linked anything to to to the other thing. So I don't think this is one of the negotiations that have been so far maintained and I trust it will be awesome maintained in the future. Well, I guess forgive me for interrupting, but I guess what I'm getting to is the point that many people in Britain who support what is called a hard Brexit, and I could think of people like Boris Johnson. The former UK foreign secretary whom you know, well, Jacob rees-mogg and others. They described the deal that has been done by Theresa May as a form of capitulation a form of surrender. They use this word vacillated to indicate that the EU will retain power and control over many aspects of Britain's economy and Britain's life with Britain having no say in the future at the EU table, can you as a poll, and of course, the polls have their own skepticism about elements of the European Union. Can you understand that concern that there is in Britain today? You know, we have been responding. I also personality have invested a lot of my time in the whole process to make this really as friendly as possible process of of separation. Of two sides that have had good times in the past. And that would like to have also deep close relationship in the future. And I think that we have to maintain this absolutely this spirit. And but also what you could hear an, and I would say maybe in particular from the British politicians, very often the comments which were very far from reality, which have been even knowing the the way the European Union functions and structured there have been a lot of intention, also which I think unnecessary to force the community of it will be four hundred forty probably million inhabitants. Swansea UK to change the rules on which we have built our unity and our functioning single market our customs union. So I guess that the time has come now that the politicians would just really start talking to people seriously about the consequences of no deland about also understanding and explain. To the people the deal that is really on those five hundred eighty five pages. Well, let's strip away any any misinformation. And let's get down to reality day. You will know as well as I do that the mathematics Theresa May at the moment looks terrible. It looks very very difficult to win a majority in the house of Commons for this deal. So I would imagine you would agree that it's incumbent upon the EU side as well as the British side to begin to think about what will happen if the UK parliament rejects the deal down there are various propositions for a renegotiation of the agreement. Are you telling me that it's too late for any renegotiation or is there room for more talk? Well, all I can say is probably the has been sent over the last days on on our side by all the leaders at the European institutions level, but also at national level that we have finalized negotiations, and what we discussed already this question of of the no time to to start from scratch and also

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"jacob rees mogg" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

05:22 min | 1 year ago

"jacob rees mogg" Discussed on KQED Radio

"And which sets the framework for a future relationship that delivers in our national interest, leaving a smooth and orderly way that's an unintentional punchline apparently NPR's Frank Langfitt is in Westminster just outside of parliament I-. Frank. Hey, steve. What's the scene there? The scene is what you would expect. There are lots of television cameras out here. You also have crowds outside of parliament, the exit department waiting to see come out and hear what they say about basically the future of Theresa May. And whether they she's gonna last well, how bad are these resignations that she now faces they're they're really bad? Steve this is the biggest threat to her premiership since she got an office a little more than two years ago. The big one that happened this morning was Dominic Robb. He's the Brexit secretary where he was the Brexit secretary. He helped and go she ate this deal. And he came out with a letter basically saying that May's conservative party had promised to make this big break with European Union and had failed to do. So in this in this deal that he he helped work on said this was a matter of public trust. Well, let's remember here. This is an agreement to not fully leave the European Union for the moment, it would keep Britain within unified trading zone for some time to come. So that's the criticism or one of the criticisms. How much risk does? She really face. A lot. And it seems to be growing, you know, during the debate today, a member of her own party a man named Jacob rees-mogg attack. Nays deal said it doesn't deliver on her or the party's promises. And this is what he said. My friend said that she would maintain the integrity of the United Kingdom a whole protocol says otherwise my right on befriend says what my right on one dollars. No longer match. Should I not right to my friend, the member of opium west Frank my, right? Honorable friend. Would you translate please? I would be happy to so Jacob rees-mogg in the most polite British wages threatened to call a no-confidence vote on May's leadership and what he meant was. He would write a letter to this other honorable friend of him who handle such letters. Now, these letters it takes about forty eight from the conservative members of of the house of Commons to trigger a vote, and Jacob rees-mogg smog may good on this. He's already put the letter in as he was saying, and he just came out not too long ago in parliament listing the names of people he thought would make better prime minister's. Okay. So what if Theresa May is thrown out of office or what if the full parliament rejects this agreement that she's now bringing to parliament? What would happen then? Well, we I have if it gets to this a vote of no confidence and there'd be a little time before they had maybe a couple of weeks before they did that. But the big problem is given all of what we heard today in the house of Commons. It just doesn't sound like there's hardly any support for the first hour. Nobody supported her at all. So many people think it's going to be extremely difficult. No matter who's premier to get something like that through. So it's looking very tough for her right now in very tough for this plan. Okay. So the British have brought plans to the Europeans that they rejected. Now, there's a plan the Europeans like, but there's a lot of resistance in Britain Frank thanks for the update. Happy to do with Steve NPR's. Frank, Langfitt, democratic congresswoman Maxine Waters of California is one of President Trump's fiercest critics. She has repeatedly called for his impeachment and now with Democrats taking control of the house waters is expected to head the powerful financial services committee. This position is going to enable waters to slow down Trump's banking agenda and also delve more deeply into his company's finances. NPR's Jim zarroli reports Maxine Waters is a police. Ical firebrand unafraid to talk back to anyone here. She was on the house floor during a debate about discrimination and auto lending and don't talk to me about the fact that we don't understand what happens on the album. No, no, I will not and the eighty year old lawmaker became an internet meme thanks to exchanges like this one. With Treasury Secretary. Steve Mnuchin the department of treasury has cooperated extensively with the Senate Intel committee with the house time, the Senate Judiciary time waters confrontational style has earned her the loathing of President Trump who disparaged her as having a low I q a remark widely condemned as racist. She was one of a handful of Trump critics who were mailed pipebombs last month that has only made her double down on her attacks. She drew criticism when she told supporters not to be afraid to harass Trump administration officials. They see them in public. Waters work on the financial services committee has attracted less attention. But it has earned her admirers such as Mike Calhoun of the center for responsible lending. She is a tough and savvy defender of consumer protection and holds the feed at the banks and the Trump administration regulators to the fire waters has positioned herself on the committee as the voice of the little people quizzing bankers about the impact of their policies on small businesses and homeowners she earned the nickname, anti Maxine. Now, she's in line to head the committee in a recent speech waters, talked about the huge wave of foreclosures in the great recession and the massive consumer fraud at banks such as Wells Fargo, and she warned the banks. She wasn't about to go easy on them. What am I gonna do?.

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"jacob rees mogg" Discussed on KCRW

KCRW

03:51 min | 1 year ago

"jacob rees mogg" Discussed on KCRW

"Brexit here a guy named Jacob rees-mogg who's a member of May's own conservative party. She said this was like surrendering to Brussels. And so a lot of criticism from Brexit tears on the other hand, we could expect the prime minister to argue you in the long run, the UK will leave the EU a will take control of its own laws and control immigration, which was a big reason why people voted for this back in two thousand sixteen. So do you think she has the vote it's impossible to say at the moment and I've given up predicting British. Lame you on this. Effective. She has had three resignations over the last few months over Brexit. But importantly this morning. There's no news of high level level cabinet defections. So let's say she gets the green light from our own government. What happens next? Well, the EU would be expected them to call a summit towards the end of this month in Brussels to talk this through and it's expected since the perception so far is the U is kind of getting its way that they would end up actually approving a deal then may would have to come and sell it to her own parliament. They could be a vote in December. But that's where she could face a lot of opposition to many people think that could be the biggest hurdle for her to get over. And obviously, there are political ramifications. I would assume I mean, if this deal fails is is her political career over again in normal times. Rachel may would have to resign. But these are not normal times as we've been documenting for two years. She might have to go back to the drawing board that would be very tough. She might also simply say the UK leaves without a debate will leave without a deal, which could be disastrous for the United Kingdom economy. She could also face a no confidence vote from. Party. So we'll just have to see what happens NPR's Frank Langfitt in London. Thanks, right. Happy to do it. Rachel Mexico like many US states may soon legalize marijuana the president-elect's leftist party. Now majority in Mexico's congress has introduced legislation allowing citizens to grow and sell marijuana. And so it becomes a test. A country facing a serious problem with organized drug gangs tries to curb their activities by making one of their businesses legal NPR's Carrie Kahn reports. Senator Olga Sanchez Cordero the leftist. Marina party told lawmakers that Mexico's decade-long war on drugs has killed two hundred and thirty five thousand people and left forty thousand more disappeared. Not getting does not get Amos familiar with us. We don't want any more victims. No more morning families. No, more bloodshed. She said Sanchez Cordeiro will be Mexico's interior minister wants president-elect Andress Manuel Lopez. Oberdorf takes office December first she's as militarization. And criminalization of the problem is not working. We'll tell us. Yes. Loud applause. She received isn't a surprise given that her marina party holds majorities in both houses of congress. If passed the new law will allow companies to grow and sell marijuana and let individuals, cultivate, plants for private use up to twenty a year. It's unclear though whether the incoming president is on board when asked at a recent press conference Lopa sober door would only say he respects lawmakers right to give it a try. This is all part of democracy says Lopez over the door, I respect Congress's initiatives. He said full avoiding sharing his opinion. Mexico's Senate majority coordinator Ricardo Montreal says legalizing pot will reduce prison populations and stem crime. And he says it will bring needed revenue to the government which will regulate all marijuana production and sales is literally. Gave me beaten is the choice of at. It's better to have it. Regulated than be underground says Montreal besides he adds these days marijuana is out in the.

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"jacob rees mogg" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

06:32 min | 1 year ago

"jacob rees mogg" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"Tough PayPal. These are not angels. These are not little angels, these tough people, and we're not letting them into our country coming in. China's taking the rotating presidency from the UN Security Council this month. Bloomberg's David Wayner says this comes amid escalating tensions with the US essentials with the US Escalade over trade North Korea. And US abandonment of key international accords in the not so subtle jab at the Trump administration the Chinese plan to use their one month leadership of the Security Council to hold a debate this month on strengthening multi-lateralism at the UN, David Wayner, Bloomberg daybreak Europe, the Afghan president says the Taliban must embrace direct talks with the government Ashraf Ghani spike exclusively to Bloomberg about ending the seventeen year war can make a decision in the past. They used say the west the watch. And they had the tight time. Now is not the question of the west. The time is the time of fun people in the watch is being worn by people. He also says that the country is ready to take the junk food. On major investments and Google staff of walked around the world in a mass protest against the company's handled claims of sexual misconduct by some top executives starting in Asia spreading through Europe and onto the US social media hosted Fatos with the hashtag Google walkout. Global news twenty four hours a day on Aaron at tick tock on Twitter, powered by more than twenty seven hundred journalists and analysts one hundred twenty countries. I'm Dan guarantee. This is blamed like Francine. Thank you so much. Leeann now for any food is that there is a time to tune in because it's Friday, and of course, keen to know where t in London this weekend, everything from a new dessert cafe to a new fish restaurant in a container on on the heartless still with no further ado, let's bring in Bloomberg's cheap. Food critic Richard vines who tries everything out for us. And then makes us very just telling him, I live vicariously through them. First of all, I love the fact that we start with the vegan apocalypse because the waitress who magazine editor resigned after. After. He was pretty disparaging about vegan. Yes. Excuse me. Sorry. Freelance journalist context in wanting to do serious on plant based meals and he said he'd vica series on killing vegans intent. I love the Richard has such a good life that then he loses his voice. I wish it was should happen to me. It was a big night. Am series on killing vegans. Now, if you knew with him said, well, that's kind of how he talks because it's not really contribute to magazine address santee PC AC, and he was gone within twenty four hours. And it's been kind of a big up even food world. Even Jacob rees-mogg is come on the done a tweet supporting his friend and great writer and so on. Battle going on between the vegans and the restaurant. I saw the story sort of developing all on my Twitter feed. And I was quite confused because I didn't know who Williams sit will was and then I kind of had to piece it all together piece by piece, and let's also talk a little bit about new opening, Sir, Richard because well, we got some excitement I've got my voice back as well. There's some great places opening next week Albert agile Albert j who used to be L bully with his brother is in the restaurant cakes and bubbles in the cafe royale seven just as a sand. I was gonna say champagne, but. Talk to me about what my dream thing would be. This is first restaurants outside Barcelona where he's got tickets and the cheesecake there that people go to Barcelona just atlas cheesecake, you have to wait for weeks if not months for table, and we sing off the menu in Barcelona and bringing it to London or opening on Thursday. We'll send it to talk about how to pronounce this. He he I think it's new restaurant from a woman called pit lacy. Who was the head chef at Mirando for Angela Hartnett, and she's very well regarded in the business and that this first so the venture Andrews back she's in coal drops yard where I was last night. So I will say this morning as well actually doing restaurants serving three fish three meet three vegetable dishes old British should be pretty good. I always listen to Richard vines, except I stopped listening because there's a cake. No. Which is actually baked this. I thought I would advise you all and leeann is my assistant this morning. She's going to be cutting Houston cake. How do you pronounce it? Well, it's a Princess Twitter. And the reason I was inspired to do this is that I don't know if you essentially you posted on Twitter, Richard a recipe from the Swedish chef Magnus Nielsen. And I thought to myself hang on a minute. I need to see if I can actually beat Magnus Nelson when it comes to incest torture making. Okay. What recipe did you make? His recipe for the sponge. But then I kind of you know, when a bit of track really and did my own version for the rest of your tweets. And I didn't think you're really going to break. That's why I did. I thought to myself Richard vines, probably my words, I will actually do it. So essentially, what a piece us towards anyone who can't see it. It's full of cream, and it's covered by this marzipan lead, which is green in color, which some foreigners think it's a bit weird. But trust trust me. It's amazing. Looks absolutely amazing say what's been distracting ticket. Go past me as I was speaking. I call it to take in. I you always believe the Nordics when they say, they do something unlike some of US Southern Europeans when you look at a lot of the cakes and chocolates, or are they kind of back and fashion, Richard. Well. Cast is just opened this chocolate shop, and those are amazing. You've got one infantry chocolates. Plenty of. And he was saying, you know, for his desserts at his restaurants now, he's eliminating sugar and dairy products, actually, these chocolates just incite to see so much cocoa in them. Richard just ask you to have a small bite, and please tell to the the only thing that I want to know is whether or not this is the best cake that you've ever had on live radio. If you want to come back. Pronounce that brings sister Princess quarter. Exactly. Oh, here we go. Harry.

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"jacob rees mogg" Discussed on Coffee House Shots

Coffee House Shots

02:45 min | 2 years ago

"jacob rees mogg" Discussed on Coffee House Shots

"Finally, next week we have two big events. We have the cells back summit to Theresa May and we have lived them conference. James, I E ON cells back what are we expecting to get him and she meets the EU leaders? Do we think there will be a break fruit, warm words. That is what we expect this is this is every big is in the government intimately involved integrations. And they basically say, there's no gonna be papers, it's all spoke, so it's not like anyone everyone's going to sit down and get into the detail. But I think they will say something's designed to help Afri Tory conference because I make us what you will. They really do want to end up negotiating Boris Johnson figura, Jacob rees-mogg figure, but they they wanna keep Theresa in place because they think that they can do a deal with hot. So we will get some warm words. I don't think daily move is a declaration of, oh, we've looked at Chequers, it's great. Let's just get this done. I think you'll get a kind of you kind of always very interesting proposal, and we've made progress kind of something and hopefully in ten sheet of warm words about Jack Indian Foreign Minister will maybe getting my Baltic states confuse has stalled bidding. The hope is to get something a bit more senior and a bit more a few sieve to try and get her fruit conference and other biggie live down conference level of excitement as an Westminster head of this had about a motive mental, perhaps launching you getting anything on that. I think Westminster has reverted to not entirely being show why there's recess week for Lipton taking a holiday. I think that there's a few people doing it will be interesting to see whether Vince cable how Vince capable repairs his party as this movement of the mall. Interets and how he manages to make it more of a sort of campaigning party rather than what it is at the moment, which is a lot of people. And this is Chris has sparked this change. It's a party that's got a lot of people in it who want to be members of the federal policy committee into ensure that they can have a hand in writing the back page of the manifesto in that kind of thing as opposed to something campaigning on values based issue. So it will be interesting to see if he can do that. He hasn't seemed hopeful about the future of the lib Dem's as lip dams given. He will saying, well, we could rename it last week and what have you talked to let them privately. They will start to about the need for new party very quickly, and then they'll sort of go, yes but know I've lived down as they forgotten that they do actually have a centrist party at the moment which is polling on Iran six percent. Thank you about. Thank you, James, and he linked this podcast. Please do subscribe on IT install a, why not leave us a review. He really like..

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"jacob rees mogg" Discussed on Coffee House Shots

Coffee House Shots

03:52 min | 2 years ago

"jacob rees mogg" Discussed on Coffee House Shots

"And I think that is yet another reminder to the motorists that they ain't getting this Ponti back anytime soon. Yeah. If all those people want to argue that you should stick around. Yeah, you want to know you don't stick around for alternate selection, sticking around for generation in the hope, but it might might change back. So I think that is the sticking point. I still think that we can. We wanna wait to see what happens. I mean, there's a kind of. And there's an element David Davis to resign that we, that we all think we all heard about belated motorists leaving the party is never going to happen. It's going to happen and then actually does happen. I think one of the things that appears to me changed over the summer is I mean, there is now a fifty percent Jones of a double digit number of labor MP's not having the labour whip by Christmas possibly before conference. Katie. I think there is talk that if this net energy didn't make this decision tomorrow, the parliamentary labour party meet up and they are having a vague, a symbolic vote on whether or not they want to adopt the doesn't mean thing really. And I think part of the trigger for the NEC having this meeting today where it's on the agenda is to stave off the fret that because if they don't accept it and we still need that Nate confound, then they would have this vote. They wish they would actually and you to eat, might see if people decide that that would be the springboard from which they announced they resigning the whip. I think that if they. Accepted solves the problem too. I think it will be very hollow victory and I think it will probably mean that things to escalate that to that level of the next few days. The monetary reselection votes conferences also enough a moment because once not comes in woman isn't gonna, stop it. But if the fact he's choosing not to stop it will, I think, make more piecing I've gotten very chance of surviving. So one throw caution to the wind. I've got nothing to lose. Finally, Katie such Javaid is considering some big changes to stop and search. Just explain what's going on there. So this is an interesting thing because Theresa May's very protective, the home office having served for a long time is difficulty Merodon counted, but evidence suggested has arrived. He's ready managed to make waves and sheep own his own Mark on it, and the latest paps to resume policy that he is changing is that police will be able to stop and search anyone suspected of carrying acid under new paths. Says that you're increasing, stop and search Theresa May have pride has not increasing. Storm says, this is another sign that he is able to get things done. That previous people haven't in that Rosa is not a sign of his strength. Theresa May's weakness. James, we'll talk such Jarvis leadership envisions, I think, is coin clearance. Javid is one of the people who will stand when may steps down. He benefits from the fact that he felt so far out to faith with her. There was probably no almost new cabinet minister who was in more danger of the height of the mass energy vans jab it. So he's not tainted by the may era. And as he's on. Joel, basically reversing the may legacy if you think the will ultimately cost Ambert her job was that she was too hesitant to touch the things that trees had done and her big strategic error was not realizing that trees may was. So we ought to be election when wrong that she could base it if what she wants to do in trees, make them to stop. So you're in this position now where it is painful trees may, but she's in the big promotion. She's made recently such a dominant rob, the people that almost must actively dislikes because that was the only way to hold the party together. And I mean, guess Katie says it shows the decline in trees, amaze power control, even in the department that she has most about, she's having to accept policy, changes the on what she would have done. Thank you, James, and thank you Katie..

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"jacob rees mogg" Discussed on Coffee House Shots

Coffee House Shots

04:06 min | 2 years ago

"jacob rees mogg" Discussed on Coffee House Shots

"The capital seem to be suggesting that no deal was end of the world, then invite free hours later changing that because it had gone too far. So I think the cabinet is still fairly confused. But I think what is clear is check as becoming a harder thing to Sal and something. I think some ministers embellishing will be questioning how closely associated they should be, and it's worth seeing Hugh is actually gonna and batted for directly because some of the notable names that we talk about relationship have actually done quite well to avoid that. I think one of the things now capable me remand the foetal on Rome here, but before some great dining street wanted everyone to do a media every Mississippi one one day where they do the media round in which they defended checkers. As far as I recall, what did not happen, never ever not treat to that over the long hot estimate Va. for example, has not yet come. Out raise bathroom checkers, nor has penny more than so all of this goes on this question, which is how all until when is the first cabinet minister say, well, we try checkers that's not flying, so maybe it's time to change tack. I mean, that is kind of interesting question, and the meat has changed so much detail of the weekend that was announced Michael gave on Sandra. Marsha criticized for many breakfast with, and I think it did damage has standing. Thanks to regress rates sat on that safer and gave a very passionate defence event. I would be interest as if he would do that now because I think the mood music has changed so much that I think that would be a hard thing to get someone like that today. One is that the tracks the the only human, the principal own main checkers was that it was negotiable, if it isn't negotiable. Wolf on the merits of it. I mean, the which is which is the problem, which number tunnel dealing with which is, and so they this is why was source spoke summit? The EU twenty seven we'll talk about is so important because they need to be able to say, ignore my Michelle Monia Angela Merkel and the manual Macron. They like checkers. So far wall may have been polite about checkers that there is no Soling yet, but they are doing. I mean, the best resumes analyzed component to is the polls. We'll maybe people should be a bit more pragmatic and flexible, but given the station's opponent in the EU at the moment is not exactly gonna decisively tilt the balance one way or the other. Now meeting on t labor, the party is debating whether to adopt the full definition of antisemitism this afternoon. Casey, how do you think that's going today? Said today's NEC meeting and everyone expects them taped up to, I think if they don't adopt, it would be a big surprise that would be scenes after after that, I think that is that they might try. To add a caveat Otis, I think all eyes on that same, I adopt the Phil definition, but they would try and pin something that to say that, you know, you can still the just criticize Israel and only terms. I think the still the general idea that I'm jibing is on the back foot here. Most thing the reason they're going to adopt is not because he's that by his desk until over. I think it's lows around him. That side enough is enough. But when it comes to the membership, we've had the election of the labor at NEC candidates yesterday and the whole momentum's late. So the pro cooling candidates got picked and one that was particularly vogue was Peter Wildman. He was the victim that momentum disassociated themselves from because it came out in a recruiting that this Kobe ally had basically just antisemitism allegations with Dan to Trumpian Jewish supporters. And that person is now sitting on the committee James where to the motorists that called go from these nec-. Results. It's very difficult for them to claim any sorta victory. Even though some of them amazingly have very soon, you look at more electoral trashes linked. I supposed more to the right of any other group on his number crunching. He suggests that looking momentum might be kind of sixty four percent of the vote..

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"jacob rees mogg" Discussed on Coffee House Shots

Coffee House Shots

04:05 min | 2 years ago

"jacob rees mogg" Discussed on Coffee House Shots

"Continue coffeehouse shows spectators, Dedi politics podcast. I'm still Hoffman. I'm joined by cables and James for Saif what it's the first day back in the Commons today and unsurprisingly Brexit is going to dominate the agenda were expecting a statement from Dominic Robb this afternoon on the Brexit negotiations over the summer. He'll be talking about how well he's been getting on with Michel Bonnie, but we've discovered Jacob Reese. Moke feels he has quite lot in common with the states as well. Katie. This is an unlikely friendship in many respects is strange that check as that she managed to pats, no unite the entire country, but probably about teeth as of it in that dislike of the deal, various people dislike trees, May's Brexit mice for number of reasons for having to close relationship to Europe to having to looser relationship Europe. That yesterday, one of the parliamentary groups that rees-mogg was a member of an to Brussels, and they met the bunny and the arch breckis tears of the head of very positive. Meeting dating positive for the prime minister. And it was posed if Jacob resold, because he says he in bunny a agree that check his is rubbish. I think the words that Jacob use and Secondly that they agree that it doesn't like if much better to have a free trade agreement a much closer relationship. I think it's quite clear that what Bonnie a and the Brussels, I would like be a much closer trading relationship, but it does underline this idea that check is his to be the worst of both worlds. James Wilshire, we expecting from back benches in the Commons today when they respond to the Brexit secretary on quite a few questions along the lines of what Jacob smokes that actually yesterday because this is what has changed over the summer is that there is now more skepticism over no deal. I mean, there is the return of Steve Baker to the back benches has made people more wary of no deal because I think he having been involved in some of the plumbing and government, although he is. Supposed to not will. I mean, keeping quite play with people, but this would not be the walk in the park that some Tory Brexit tears had previously fought. It would be. So if you don't mind checkers and if you don't like no deal where you got this is what makes yesterday's meeting so interesting because what Michele Bonia is essentially saying, look, the Canada offer is still on the table if you wanted. And that is a problem for Theresa May because a very launch parv heart party say, will why don't take that? What what's wrong with that was just a free trade deal. That's what we want. So I think this is war. Yesterday's meeting was unhelpful for trees. May Justice. Parliament comes back to have twin peas reminded, but there is actually an alternative to checkers on offer. Now I won't on is trying to do is trying to push her over towards Norway thinking, if you say, look choices, Canada, or Norway, she'll pick no way back for forty, eight hours on, don't think she's got the bliscoll room to move to Norway. So where do we. Go, then I literally. He might be tempted I the the question we get into now is, does she do very, very interesting to watch only rob at this batch today because this is not a mom of our time Bishen. And does he give any hint that wanna deal may be negotiable, it may not be the deal Theresa May is keenest on. Casey. Sounds like cabinet tensions aunties actually abating this guess as the cabinet you who say is more United than it was a fool. Check is in some respects because trees may has lost. Some of the big Brexit is in her cabinet. And that does mean that they're probably a little bit closer together, but we know that Liam Fox, for example, someone he thinks no deal is something which could work and all say, I think it's the person suspect doesn't like checkers because what they argue for Brexit, then you have people Jeremy hunt. He tried to talk big game on Brexit at one point. Oma Senate Trump in seven that. Exit statements, but then move recently on this charm, offensive cross..

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Jurors give $289 million to a man they say got cancer from Monsanto's Roundup weedkiller

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01:56 min | 2 years ago

Jurors give $289 million to a man they say got cancer from Monsanto's Roundup weedkiller

"A jury in California has ordered the agrochemical. Firm on Santo to pay two hundred fifty million dollars nearly two hundred million pounds in damages to a. Former school groundskeeper who claims that his, cancer was caused by its weed Killers Monsanto which is owned. By the German pharmaceutical company buyer, faces five, thousand similar, cases it insists products, containing phosphate a safe our correspondent James Cook reports from, Los Angeles Dwayne. Johnson applied Monsanto's roundup and ranger pro have assigns up to thirty times, a year now forty six years old and dying of non Hodgkin's lymphoma he held his. Head in his hands after the judge. Related the jury's verdict glide did present. A substantial danger Monsanto had been negligent in failing to warn users antidote acted with malice sorta pression mister Johnson said he hoped the fight it would bolster thousands of similar cases his lawyer said the company had, acted with reckless disregard for human life. But when Santo which is owned by the German conglomerate buyer says it will appeal insisting its products are vital effective and safe tools for farmers worldwide the science is not certain in two thousand fifteen the World Health Organization Classified life is, eight as probably carcinogenic but both. The US and the EU supported by the UK. Have since reapproved its, usage vice, president of Monsanto, Scott Partridge told us. She had to recent Pathy for mister. Johnson but glyphosate did not cause cancer and its use was approved around. The world this verdict it doesn't change the four plus decades of, of safe use and science behind the product there have been over eight hundred medical. Scientific peer review published studies that establish there is. No link whatsoever between And any adverse health effects much less

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Chemical giant ordered to pay $289M in Roundup cancer trial

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Chemical giant ordered to pay $289M in Roundup cancer trial

"Fortnight the latest video gaming craze between last September and the end, of this may it's, one point two billion dollars why is it so popular. When people are playing. Especially young people are playing with their friends it's a place that they go to hang out with their friends and should parents be concerned young children. Getting up in, the middle of. The night or at five o'clock in. The morning to play fortnight? Unless I stop him

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"jacob rees mogg" Discussed on FT Politics

FT Politics

04:23 min | 2 years ago

"jacob rees mogg" Discussed on FT Politics

"Opportunity to govern ourselves sooner rather than later there all day. Feels that could be better than WTI, but WTI is a good deal. What MRs may decided. I've got this deal. I can't get through this parliament, so I'm going to have to get another parliament she decides to go to the country, manages to get confidence of you. I know into hypotheticals, but this could very much happen. What would you do them? Because the conservative party policy would be Mrs Maes deal. And that's a deal. You said that you couldn't support. The bird fool's bandaged fingers wobbling back to the far it is inconceivable. I would have thought that after the last general election was held that the prime minister who is no fool would take the same risk a second time. This seems based unlikely hypothet- who that you could propose. I think most people thinking election in before we leave exit is certainly a possibility because hard to see what breaks do you kind get through the house of Commons? Well, obviously you can try and call a confidence vote in house of Commons and you're saying conservative MP's wouldn't vote for that labor MP's might universal combs would win under the fixed components act. So I think there's a fundamental misunderstanding. A lot of people haven't studied the fixed in palm died Kathleen off to see how you get two general election. People still seem to think that the prime minister says, this is a competence primis doesn't win, and the whole goes the POWs NAS. But this Lucien that no longer happens. Any two ways of having dissolution, a one. If the prime minister loses of Asia competence, according to the specific wording of the fixed palm attacks, you'll confidence that explanation needs to be complete. That vote could come the day off. Two of eight has been lost on the European deal on the prime minister would win that every conservative MP would back the conservative government, innovative competence. The second way is if two-thirds of all MP's not just m present all MP's veterinary general election. Now that's mission that the government would have to move and it would have to be supported by conservative backbenchers. This frankly seems extremely unlikely, second stance. But conservatives in Marshall seats would be willing to risk a general election under these kamikaze seconds, dances. The prime minister is flaw to intelligent to take this risk. Which wouldn't work anyway. So the government and pulmonary will remain through this period. That is not a a method of getting to ninety general election under any ordinary circumstances on a totally different idea. What if this momentum for people's vote, which has been building still limited, but it's building and the government decided to throws into another referendum that verge. Well, the main campaign lead times, but I know that you could blame the financial times exactly for no, I wouldn't believe Brexit's identing blames the right word Brexit is a great triumph of the national spirit and of competence from what? What? What? If this happens the another? We've had three votes on this Oray. We have the general election twenty fifteen, which promised referendum we had the referendum, and then a general election by the labour party and the conservative party said they would owner the results of the referendum. We've had a poll in the Daily Mail, saying seventy five percent of people want us to get on with it. This new second referendum is new peoples page. It is Ramona's who won't stop Brexit. And most people understand that that it's not about the people's choice. It's about reversing the people's choice. It's about people who lost trying to change the rules and it's bogus and it'd be seen through as being bogus. And finally, what's next for you? So you'll see you've been very much engaged with the debate. Eight over Brexit. Once that passes you ran for the treasury, select committee, do you think you might run for that? Again, one, I like Medea. Possibly Noam very happy what I'm doing. But what about a ministerial position on very happy representing autism even in ten years time, some people see you as a future speaker of the house of Commons. You've got a relatively safe ET, no ten years time. Could that be something you would fancy about what I said?.

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"jacob rees mogg" Discussed on FT Politics

FT Politics

03:26 min | 2 years ago

"jacob rees mogg" Discussed on FT Politics

"I think I'm can often come to the view that bullets. They get a personal dates and Bunn launched than all Mace. People vote for political party round the individual candidate pups Mems, mummy family. I've moved because of who I am rolling because I'm conception now let's look ahead. So we've talked quite about checkers, and you've been very clear to say that it's not MRs may have a problem with its her policy. My perspective is those two are now intertwined with each other, and there is no sense. The MRs may is either willing or able to drop the checkers proposals. Would your view MRs may change if she continues to push this through? Well, she's trying to on full. We've seen this move from house to check. That's a big challenge enough. We can retry again, Oviously full heads. But if she puts the checkers proposals to age in the house of Commons against them. So let's say we hear some. Good for from the EU off the back of this and it looks if they can begin to strike along the lines, the outlined and that deal comes before the house Kalman's you wouldn't vote for it. And I imagine this twenty thirty conservative MP would feel the same way as well. What if it passes through the house of Commons with labor votes? Because we know that the conservative party whips have been talking to labor MP's not as clearly parked their strategy interest polls for the whips to follow. The most divisive thing for party is to push through policy, which is opposed by large number of your supporters. On the back of opposition Bates, it is the most divisive thing to do. I wouldn't thought it was in the interest of the nation of the party to be set divisive. She guessing if she does that, that might endanger head leadership? No, I'm saying river divisive thing to do, and I can't believe she'll be some was too, but if you take same sex marriage, for example, evenly joined the east sues pre-vote who only joined the EC back in the nineteen seventies that only pass thanks to the void Jenkins lump vine. He ended up suit ride, and that has meant that the us remained a divisive issue within the Tory party ever since it has not done it as any good as a party and led to being on chucked out a few years later, it's not clever thing for leader of a party today. Would you try and preempt her doing that? If that is strategy, I think possibly is. What would you want to do to stop it. Games, this policy when it comes to has Coleman, uniting all the votes to do that. You said when you sat down with the f. t. full lunch with my colleague, George Parker Mrs Maes absolutely brilliant. Do fabulous job. Has you opinion changes as up through the balloon? I hope she will do more fabulous job which is currently doing. Indeed. It does strike me though that we could find ourselves in quite a dangerous situation in the autumn. If MRs may strikes this deal. It signed off from the EU side goes through the European parliament, but it can't pass the British parliament. What happens. Then premise job is to get something that can come on the confidence hus- Komen's what she says do. But if we find ourselves in this situation, this is where we would step down the barrel of WTO, no deal bikes it if there was a deal, but it doesn't pass through the house of Commons. WTO departure from the European Union is a very good depart from European Union. It saves us thirty nine billion pounds, which we can devote to public services or tax cuts. It gives us the.

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"jacob rees mogg" Discussed on FT Politics

FT Politics

03:57 min | 2 years ago

"jacob rees mogg" Discussed on FT Politics

"You've been parliament's now full eight years, and you've turned not sems- at to a pretty safe conservative seat from being marched on now. So you've been focused on Brexit. You've mentioned domestic perform that you've talked a lot about housebuilding as well. What comes next? Once we've left the EU verse will. Didn't get any seat any longer can be viewed as safe. I think all seats basically knowledgeable. We sold that actually in last year general election, he's like, come to play. For example, that's right. Seats have been conservative almost as long as they existed, suddenly changing hands and you look at the Scottish result in both fifteen and in twenty seventeen with a large ton of ABC's unseats with outs neatly safe. So what's your, what's your secret? There isn't one. Whenever somebody thinks about the secret winning elections, they end up losing the next election say there's no secret all MP's have to do that job in that constituency, which is a very important in rewarding part of an MP's works that sometimes an MP intervention can a hell makes life much better and say constituency surgeries and so on are invaluable, but only broad of nuclear issues. Of course, the Cam Bishen has to be the Brexit is delivered properly and that we have left the your pin. Union thoroughly and completely win ought quite MRs May's speech from lengths to hubs Hof in and half out which that point something that she was against outing Kaisha get back to being against that. But once breaks it is delivered. The conservative party has to get on to domestic policy, which I think has lacked tension as you point out in your excellent piece few days ago in the financial times, the domestic policies being a bit left behind and the government has to think about what it's Jecht is an hair. I think the basic objective for any conservative government was set out by Benjamin Disraeli and it's about improving the condition of the people. He was accused of being the minister sewage when he was accused of that. He said, we'll have maybe right, but by doing that on saving people's lives, and he took it as a compliment round insult. And I think that's important that conservatives have to be very focused on doing things that help people lead lives. They want to lead. And have more successful and prosperous lives. I think the biggest challenge facing us at the moment is housing, housing market has problems. It's very expensive. Nobility has declined. We need to build no houses. We need to build houses that people won't draw them that architects think a good for them. And that means a difficult conversation with ams supporters about where we build on greenfields, and it's going to be primarily greenfield all the green belt, but that's going to be some element of greenbelt as well because normal greenbelt land is Arab, outstanding, natural beauty. Some of it's not very good quality land that was made greenbelt for a different purpose decades ago. That's quite an interesting point. It's your of conservative m p traditionally you would represent the pops the country that just don't want to build a toll. And I can remember when Mr. Cameron's government was trying to increase building that will lot of MP's. For this part of the world who very much against that. What's change? That strange. First of all, we go very clear commitment in the twins, ten election about how we would approach building. And I think it's always important that politicians stick to that election promises what has changed. I think partly the opposition to ten was to regional structures that again, pays building targets. I think it's better to allow these things to emerge in Tudor, actions. One is from local decision making and the other is from a change in the National League of you. I don't think the town and country planning act nineteen. Forty seven. The plan provide approach is a good one on..

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"jacob rees mogg" Discussed on FT Politics

FT Politics

03:05 min | 2 years ago

"jacob rees mogg" Discussed on FT Politics

"Government is competent than project, fear is no relevance, but because the government will be able to have things in place that ensure that they're all these major problems sticks date millennium bug, -ality fo little on because I commend this very well all these things that computers were going to class systems wouldn't look in the fact. It didn't happen, but do reasons for that because there was a lot of preparation that was years and millions billions spent Kapanen comp-. Systems for the millennium so they didn't fall over quite rugs. Lots of people didn't and they found that computer still works, but the money wasn't well-spent dolts older computers still works the next day. That wasn't this great crash. Well, either way you Ovide that there was no great crash on that Mon. But in this situation, isn't it the EU that has the computers though? Because as you said, we can prepare all in this -nology but we can't prepare this subsidy, right? We can't force the you to do something if it doesn't want to. But this goes back to your view. The is an iniquitous organization of spanks clouds Knicks organization like the math y'all suggesting is a mafia wants to the campus. If you really think that why do you have want to belong to in the first place? Usually being joining me on the Brexit campaign. I actually think the marash for that and will behave in a way that meets interest. What do you think about the idea that's doing the valid concern. Of circles that if the check is proposals fall apart that we end up going to EA as compound people like Michael, go have been raised, misses an idea. What would you think about that between mistake for a number of reasons? First of all, it was a rule taika. So it's basically a check your same concerns with Checketts with three movement. Any countries dozen have free movement is Lichtenstein and that has an exemption because it says small, northern exemptions lighted available to the United Kingdom and the after court as a matter of its own jurisprudence wishes. Tremendous classes postpones the j. and therefore you are defacto on the j you have, thankfully freedom of movement and your rule taker. You're also not necessarily in the customs union. And if you look at friction on the boarder, the NIH land anywhere the only countries that have no friction at the border base in the sing. Knock it, and in the customs union that is friction between Norway and Sweden, and there's a great deal of friction between Turkey and the and so you have to be in both to avoid any friction and that means low, behold your in the pin union. So I don't actually think this works on a practical level, but it also doesn't achieve Brexit. And the other thing berry mind is the is the waiting room to enter the European Union north as the departure lounge before you leave. I think it's better to leave cleanly and beyond vid. So for once ident- gre- with Michael, let's talk about Jacob smog moment. What you help to achieve in your political career..

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"jacob rees mogg" Discussed on FT Politics

FT Politics

04:17 min | 2 years ago

"jacob rees mogg" Discussed on FT Politics

"It would be against their interest in it would be against the spirit of international relations. But I think the people who are threatening us with the punishment Brexit this porject fair approach indicating that the EU as they understand it isn't even worse than I think it is. So this idea of a no deal today, some people have called it WTO banks at whatever your favorite temps. Do you think that's now the most likely outcome? Well, I think w to Brexit is a good Brexit. It's clear Brexit where under control of laws on money and all borders on day one, it will give us an opportunity to get home with domestic policy foster rather than all the governments after being taken up with. Brexit, which had a knock on effect when other policy areas. And we do miss sixty percent of all trade with the rest of the world own WTI will similar terms. We do that very successfully. That bit of all trade has been growing much false than I'll trade with European Union. And interestingly, since the single market was created, he you trade with the US grand foster than UK trade with your opinion, say being in the single market housing allowed us grab any false data. Indeed, a seen a scramble Slaley in our trade with the than known single-market countries of managed. What about disruption now? Because there's a general sense the if we do have that transition overnight with no transitional period after leaving the EU that may be some disruption on boards and you can depend you listen to how great that would be. Does that concern you a toll, whether two types of disruption one is under control in any for any disruption that is say, Goodson people coming into the UK. Can carry on until we already to have new systems in place. She would essentially just leave the borders as they are. If everything as it is goods coming in from the on the third of March next year going to be just as safe as goods coming in from the u on the twenty ninth of March, and we can introduce new queues at Heathrow at all convenience. That's a matter for us to decide as a sovereign nation. So the question is, will the EU decide to delay the return journey? Not his Co. suppose ability. If the very polling you that you suggesting is reality, whereas I think that the behave more sensitive, I think coming back that point essential gametes that if written leaves overnight, it becomes a third country. Do the EU would do things that it does to fed countries which is those trade with extremely effective leeann allow visitors to go in and have a system of visa waiver for the United States summer consistency. Visa's gang into the EU at dozen, almost mantra trade with the US Japan. China won't as the problem, biggest that countries. Great is independence liberty and it's not being shackled to the failing European Union's economic model that has done such damage to many of the countries of the European Union. I'm taking the southern European states. What do you feel about the preparations in the government signed that we've heard bits and bobs coming out over August about things that doing to prepare full at potential. No deal WTO breaks you think enough is being done on the UK side, the trial insurers to the competence of the government that if the government is competent, which I hope humid is because you'd expect to governments to be competent, then it will be ready for WTO departure from the European Union. Now, there is some element project fair coming along with the w the millenium version as some people, Brian, I think a very good comparison action. It's been used. By lots of people ever quite a long time and that type of fear about something the design known being much worse than it turns out to be is a commonplace human history. Actually, you've had millenarian ISM, but if the millennia but certainly have centuries that people suddenly get wide, that some terrible thing will happen on a particular date and the various bodies that have suggested the world is about to end of safe. All being proved wrong because I didn't lend on the modernist Jim, but the preparations, as I said, questioned the competence of the government. And if the.

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"jacob rees mogg" Discussed on FT Politics

FT Politics

04:26 min | 2 years ago

"jacob rees mogg" Discussed on FT Politics

"Prime minister federal Disney Lucien, but it was one of her relatives big you tons folks that I've spoken to in Downing Street essentially said that the EU wasn't interested in the ghost hunting the Mansion House applauds they'd spend three full months trying to get them interested in the mutual recognition and haven't got anyways, that was why they felt they had to start again with something different Kyoto key, right? It was tearing up Mansion House, which is so craven weak and feeble when go in the one side disagrees with you. It's not a reason to give up. It's a reason to point out the benefits they are getting from what you were offering them. We're offering the European Union, thirty, nine billion pounds. We exp. Checked something in return. It is impossible to imagine Margaret Thatcher at having the rebate on the British contributions to the European Union. European economic communities than was if she had behaved in such a feeble fashion, that dining street say, that is an indication of its failure of its success. Particular element of the check is proposed. Did you find most disagreeable because people being supporting, they say, well, look, yes, it is a compromise, but it's giving us the abilities diverge for eighty percent of the economy that ends for movement of people. So there are some things that might appeal to your sensibilities. Reconquer shortens remove into people that go some very weak language around that about labor -bility indicate special treatment for your opinion in which it's quite hard to justify, but crucially only issue of the Coleman rule book the community. We would continue to be a rule take. We would have no say, but those rules in vote over those rules and those rules would be ultimately judged. By the European Court of Justice, say we would remain controlled in manufacture of goods and in agrifoods subject your opinion, without any say on that makes future trade deals with other countries extremely difficult. And that was quite clear from dunk. Trump's comments on the way they was the United Kingdom, his visit, and it's not Brexit. The whole point of leaving the European Union is with Reeve Michael rules. Not that we are vassal stated the opinion. I think it was on your Instagram that you heard the red lines becoming pinker all of time and MRs may began with this definition. Brexit means Brexit going to leave the EU leave all the institutions of that. Do you sensually think that that can be a form of bags part from the WTO option that can still meet that? I think there are Sion's. I think our Candice doll free trade agreement is essentially what is needed. That's your preferable option. That would be. The best option. It's what the offer doesn't Attia stage and bear in mind that ninety six percent of goods coming through Southampton. Okay. At six seconds, said, trading on dollar tier basis does not mean long delays and long queues. Those would any arise. If the EU insisted on a punishment Brexit would come from the other side of the China won't do that. You know everything people have thought about the EU and how it operates has been proven by these negotiations. Well, that's very interesting suggestion that you might not fascinated that somebody represent who've natural times put it that way because the fat flies great advocate of the opinion offing vassal state. And you're basically saying that the EU is such an iniquitous organization that if you leave it kneecaps you out. That seems to me to be a Matheus dollop rich. And if you're using the u. of being the Maffia, then it's should leave sooner rather than later, I tend to lose based community is the way that other people would put that to say. You were saying that won't punishment Brexit. I'm saying that they may put a barriers if we become third-country overnight, but they would been bridge weather, international relations. If they added delays to goods coming in from the UK that they don't apply to goods coming in on the w chair rules from other countries, say about punishment Brexit than the EU is really pretty dreadful organization in the sooner outfit. The best say that just you'll views. That just encourages us to leave danger. Actually think that's sensible nation states will want to harm their own economies or to damage hush a neighbor with whom they have so many interests in common..

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"jacob rees mogg" Discussed on FT Politics

FT Politics

04:12 min | 2 years ago

"jacob rees mogg" Discussed on FT Politics

"Welcome to politics a weekly podcast on what's happening in Westminster. From the financial times. I'm Sebastian pain went into the political season. So at doing something a little different over the summer, I'm sitting down with some interesting political figures who I think will be shaping the political weather over the rest of the. Some of the might be familiar with others, possibly not. But I'm sure you'll be absolutely familiar with second-guessed. Jacob Frey smoke the conservative MP for northeast Somerset fluid, successful career in finance. He arrived in the house of Commons in twenty ten after flipping his constituency in the west country from labor after spending several years learning his craft on sled committees and the back benches. He rose to prominence as an indefatigable advocate of Brexit. Earlier this year, he became head of the influential European research group or ER g. of fakes backing MP's more recently. He's becoming Aren critics of the plan. Ministers checkers, compromised logic, exiting the EU Jacob, thank finding time to speak speech. The. Iwo Donyell lovely Somerset house. Thank you for having down here. Usually return for New York where you had a brush by on the street with a boxer corner Gwynn that became a bit of a social media. Mean we're you aware of what happened when you were walking down the street? Well, I was going back to the Taylor's turned out. We both stay in the same hotel were some followers of his side, and the Dormund explained that he was a fighter and that meant he brought public street. So whether he did it in a professional capacity, ni- subsequently discovered, he did say successfully in a professional capacity, it stuck me as one of those bizarre things that does happen on the streets of New York. It's such a colorful city full of so many different characters. What did you find the mood in America them? Because obviously, we read a lot about it through the Trump has not New York is one of those places where Mr. Trump is not particularly popular seems fair enough. I was on holiday wasn't really talking to people. Much about politics as a specific activity in touristy things like gang up, felt the Empire State building. So I wouldn't want to suggest that after a couple of days in you sit here, I have taken the temperature of political life in in you'll. But people I spoke to will bond large noted Mars of Donald Trump, but then that taxes have gone up. They live in New York indeed. But on the other hand, again, the economy keeps on growing and jobs coming back on Mr.. Trump's famous doing what he says he's going to do, which you know people New York, not like it, but people outside the country seem to whether it's very interesting. So I said that gone off the New York, don't Trump's tax cuts stop state taxes being tax deductible from federal taxes. So this meant that if you live in a high tax state, which tends to be Democrats, California, New York tax gone up if you're a high on. Whereas if you live in the rest of the country by Najjar types of gone down and that's giving a huge fillip to the US coma. Now, let's move to some things closer to home here. It's been quite turbulent six months in British politics. What have been the highs and lows view and Twenty-eight teen. Well, time has gone on. We've seen more of what the government plans for Brexit, though. The checkers plan is a definite low. It's deeply on tad's factory and basically means that we wouldn't be leaving. We would still be subject, they fact tied to the European Court, and we would be a rule tak- from the European Union. The common rule book is not a common rule book. It's the equity community, and that's definite loads deeply has fantastic. Quite like the Mansion House. Speech was back in March where MRs may was talking more about mutual recognition as opposed to taking laws as they stand. The merchant house speech seemed to me a compromise it. Everybody could live with at the time was made base NICKY Morgan. Five-member correctly was sympathetic to not seem to me a good in unifying approach by the prime minister inevitably bits of the Mansion House speech that I would not have chosen. But as a broad compromises as factory checkers tore out Mansion House, the.

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Gaslit Nation with Andrea Chalupa and Sarah Kendzior

02:55 min | 2 years ago

President, White House and Ivanka Jared discussed on Gaslit Nation with Andrea Chalupa and Sarah Kendzior

"On the same day, the white supremacist group. The proud boys were meeting in Oakland, speaking of proud boys, Steve Bannon, the alternate prod boy. Wants to unite the right creating a coalition of European far right movements to bring down the EU he's meeting with Boris Johnson, Michael g-o-v, Jacob rees-mogg, and how they can further humiliate white people everywhere. Meanwhile, Cording the communists to British economy has slowed down to a standstill largely because of Brexit after losing business over boycotts vodka Trump shut down our business, her name brand store and Trump Tower still open however, and she's continuing apply for trademarks and foreign countries. And this is not great news because this means she has more time on her hands. She and Jared are known to throw fancy parties which are like catnip to the Chuck Todd, industrial, complex, Washington DC. And so let's as we warned you and our previous episode expect Ivanka Jared chew position her to be the first female president, and I totally predict that what they're gonna do is they're going to have this whole charm offensive in the media when that time comes and they're gonna blame everything on her father and said, it wasn't us. You saw out of control. He was none of that was our fault. But keep in mind that Vonk is inside the White House advising the president. I had states, so the responsibility is on her. Yeah. They've already started doing that. You're already saw that with Maggie Haberman trying to build them up and excuse them again and being the court stenographer and palace intrigue tale-teller. But yeah, don't fall for it. We gasoline nation will be here to endlessly. Remind you of Vonk as various crimes and immorality, and lack of qualifications, and the fact that she should not be in the White House at all, and in fact, ample legal grounds, true move her for lying on her clearance forms. Bunka charm is working at the highest level of the White House for her father. It's her White House that a separating families that is putting babies on trial that's leading to the sexual molestation and now death of innocent children. Escaping violence coming here in the long tradition of the America. Stories immigrants. That's all Ivanka. That's what's behind that plastic face of hers. Now moving on with the news, Orange County, congressman, Dana Rohrabacher Putin's congressman. He got caught having meetings with Russian spy, Maria Patino who was arrested and he is one of the chief opponents Magnitsky trying to end do that legislation, the Magnitsky act, which will talk about further in today's episode. I just want to remind everybody that Dana Rohrabacher almost became the secretary of state. I just need to throw that in there because everyone constantly forgets this that during the time immediately after the election where people were even doubting that there was Russian influence over Trump's campaign and over his politics..

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"jacob rees mogg" Discussed on BBC Radio 4

BBC Radio 4

03:46 min | 2 years ago

"jacob rees mogg" Discussed on BBC Radio 4

"The people that inhabit my my wing this this is the pragmatic majority of conservatism this is the one nation conservatives. And it's a feature of our politics that we. Will be loyal to the prime minister that is why. When the cabinet finally came to its policy in the white paper even. Though we know it's got huge flaws in it we would prepare to support it absolutely to go out and support it in order to give, her chance to get. On with these, negotiations and develop. Her third way and then we had. The great tasks spectacle on Monday whereby the Government actually, whipped its own members. Of parliament to support amendments deliberately designed to wreck that very pragmatic, white paper and so now it is in, tatters and they know that, it's an appalling situation your listeners. Should be saying and, should be angry that the likes of Jacob re smoke are running, our country at this the most difficult time since the second World. War he is running the country not the prime minister yes I yesterday there was a, point, yesterday when it was being discussed that. Jacob had said that this is, cool new clothes eighteen this perfectly sensible close that supported the white paper and then in. The event of it not being successful that a customs union would be the next, step would be but in any event where Jacob said, I think we should accept it. And, then they went off into a little cabal and they decided they shouldn't accept it and on that basis it was not accepted. He and this group are running this country and they have no Mandate for that. And that's why you would say government of national unity as Nicklaus And when somebody of, cynical standing says that. People really to have to wake up, and listen to it and he's, absolutely right we simply cannot go on like this. The the people of this. Country all fed up to the back teeth with, Brexit they have accepted the result they now want us to get on with it but they want us to do it in. A way that protects jobs and works in the. Interests of everybody in the moment I'm afraid to say parliament is at an impasse? Do you, think do you think labor would go for. That government of national unity I'll I'll I'll people sounding them out I think that labor is in up an, even greater mess than we are we have a front bench which is dominated by the extreme left we have the old Trotskyists in charge, behind it sits and eminently sensible. Bunch, of labor and many of them very, brave souls like the Ramona's in the Chris Leslie's on. What should be happening is. There should be a reaching out including the. SNP look at how the SMP have said they will vote for the single market but the idea of, national unity doesn't get. Very far does it unless the labor, frontbencher signed up for it Well, I I personally would abandon the labour front bench. And I would reach beyond. It and I would encompass the by come renewed, the SNP an other sensible pragmatic people who believe in putting this country's interests first and foremost and that is what we need. I I don't know how these things work but. We simply cannot go on like this any longer Jacob rees-mogg has no mandate we? Lost the last January election we lost Majority and we lost on the manifesto that was based on a hard Brexit the debate now should, be between Theresa's third way and. Membership, of the single market and the customs, union on we're still debating the hardbacks we will be. Speaking to David Livingston the. Cabinet office minister prostate analysts honesty. Thank you It's seventeen minutes past seven it's impossible. To raise the, memories the way flames engulfed Grenfell tower. The faster faster by the cladding panels in the? Wake, of the tragedy the government..

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Brexit: Jacob Rees-Mogg faces backlash after warning to Theresa May

Gary King

01:38 min | 2 years ago

Brexit: Jacob Rees-Mogg faces backlash after warning to Theresa May

"Nonsense breakfast with julia hartley brewer we'll get you so okay we certainly will join me this morning russell quirk is the founder and chief executive of the property website email takeda uk say comedian amplats glad to visit kate smith wait good morning to you coming up we all going to be talking more about the footy coming up on on tuesday night of course atticus wimbledon starts today but no andy murray what a shame lots of your tweets coming in about brexit should the prime minister will be replaced by a bricks it is someone who believes in brexit as opposed to somebody who perhaps this is a little bit too much to hurt incredibly europhile somewhat say you're a fanatic civil servants well the leader of the eurosceptic european research group at jacob breathe smoke is basically a facebook instigating open tory rebellion could be the theresa may's government could collapse unless she delivers the brexit as jacob says she herself has promised now is a critical summit at chequers country residence this friday and it will see a time when the cabinet has to meet and finally agree when are months and months after they tried to start agreeing on what the government's proposals will beat the eu on trade and jacob smoke has made clear that he and his colleagues are going to vote against mrs maes deal if she feels that ever what she has said she would he compared his position to that of sir robert peel the former conservative prime minister forced to quit in eighteen forty six of his party revolted over the peel of the corridors takes a back to matt alevels thank you very much indeed.

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"jacob rees mogg" Discussed on Coffee House Shots

Coffee House Shots

02:04 min | 2 years ago

"jacob rees mogg" Discussed on Coffee House Shots

"Cat is way the hats in china right now so katie what news from the front there theresa may has been trying to pat answer global britain into action across the in china i think she's been given the next time on t onto may anti may yet by the chinese and and i think that is a good thing i mean possible deserve but held in vietnam her own riveted stroyev's video betraying as as give me one of the five i would says one of the nice things she's been called this week yeah that who nfc liam fox right loyal to hannah brexit's has that helps a has been on the trip with and he's been kind of trying to backhoe kuna from china as tory mps when circulating and a slight votes like manna to try and her that i think she's she's fruit flies back and she gets about today and i think she's coming batsman from us and this china trump's good because that she was doing something i think is nato that i think in the chinese media reports that they were quite happy that she didn't raise human rights peace the questions publicly and i think number ten such did say privately and bit the trips inch via diplomatic success and ultimately she came back to mess and james none of these trade deals with china will be possible unless britain leaves costa museum we harmful that was going to happen boots the ft to these rumble aegis newspaper to see but there are active plans and so the government to keep us if not in the customs union vin in a customs union with the eu how seriously should we take lesotho government of being quick the trond pour cold water on the story that that these sometimes as a janez went one respected people rent george pawelka tim shipment rights or is i think anything's wrong yet there is clearly all people in white who are still thinking about us now the all even goes like this most of the uk economy is services on so why do we tell sent a customs union with the eu for goods that will make all what kind of trade simpler the customs union doesn't require free.

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