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"The only way out is through diplomatic means its fruit dialog and that's the only way we can stabilize stabilize our continent and our region We all know that the situation could evolve down very negative scenarios with aware of it I think what happens now is already much worse than most people in Europe expected would be the case But for us in Moldova which is clear we want to join the European Union And this is where we see our future President Vladimir zelensky says Ukraine would hold a referendum on the terms of any peace agreement with Russia And in top corporate news Nike reported quarterly results that beat analyst expectations the story from Bloomberg's Charlie pellet The world's largest athletic wear retailer overcame struggles with its supply chain and the China market global sales rose 5% to $10.9 billion for the third quarter beating Wall Street estimates revenue outpaced expectations in all regions including Greater China where sales fell less than predicted Direct to consumer sales have been the focus for Nike under CEO John donahoe who has pulled the brand back from many wholesale partners in favor of its own website in New York Charlie pellet Bloomberg daybreak Europe Global news 24 hours a day on air and on Bloomberg quicktake powered by more than 2700 journalists and analysts in more than a 120 countries I'm Hannah George this is Bloomberg Caroline Thank you so much Hannah with our top stories this morning Now crude oil rising this morning natural gas prices in Europe though dropping The UK is drawing up an energy security strategy as the impact of rising prices And perpetuates really the cost of living squeeze on British households The chancellors also under increasing pressure to cut fuel duty even from the opposition Labor Party now On Bloomberg Westminster yesterday yuan putts and I was speaking to the labor MP for lewisham east that's Janet Davy and we asked her what she wants to see from the Chancellor spring statement on Wednesday Well absolutely we are in a cost of living crisis and the chance they really need to make it clear that he is very aware of the challenges that face people at the moment And what we very much need is the vat to be taken off domestic gas and electricity bills and the canceling of the national insurance increase It's reported that labor's now changed its stance and will back a cut in fuel duty What happened to the party's commitment to the environment and the tackling climate change So you're now calling for vat to be cut on energy and potentially for a cut to tax on petrol and diesels This is government money being spent to cut tax on fossil fuels Yeah I think what we're really seeing here is that you know gas prices and electricity prices have increased since January and people are really in a situation where they've already experienced an increase in food prices and we have to make sure that people don't dive into further poverty and also the situation improved for people that we don't have a recession So we do need the government to be doing real that they can manage that But we also have a situation where people obviously are dependent on the vehicles and we have to prevent you know fuel prices from going up too high But obviously we need to be less reliant on importing oil and gas and we do need to look at other ways in which we can reduce our overall intake of fossil fuels and that's absolutely right which is again why we really need to invest in our green agenda So surely you support them Boris Johnson turning to nuclear to wind energy to ramp up alternative energy sources the government's full energy security strategy expected to be published later this month pursuing all avenues a good thing What we need to do is to make sure that we deal with the climate crisis and that we're looking at alternative ways to make sure that we're not relying on fossil fuels And if there is just a being brought forward by the prime minister by the government that is part of a green agenda and a real drive to move this forward really quickly then yes that is the right thing to do But you're comfortable with cutting taxes on fossil fuels in the meantime Yes yes Well what we're asking for is labor is for even 5% off your duty and that will be about two pounds of filling up people's car with petrol That's what we're asking for Your constituent asuri was released last week alongside Nas nee zagari ratcliffe After Britain paid Iran a long-standing 400 million pound debt others though Janet are still in detention So although everybody in Britain was delighted that those two individuals were freed was it right to bring them home and not other dual citizens who'd been wrongly detained in Iran I mean I can't deny obviously I'm absolutely thrilled that a new shade is on his back home of his family and on British soul The same with nazanin I think that's absolutely superb There's been a long hard campaign for several years both from myself and mezzanine's MP as well Tulip So I mean this is an absolutely brilliant for them And I'm sure they're going to have lots of stories to tell And it was absolutely right that the government returned to Iran the money that was already there My issue with that is how long that took and that could have prevented both magazine and a new shade from it being in prison for such a long time which is stolen so many years of their lives Now the point you've raised is absolutely valid Why isn't more red and others back where they should be in the UK and really those answers only really lie with the foreign secretary for state in those negotiations in those conversations that she's had how has she not been able to secure that to be able to return back to the UK as well So if that was Janet daby the labor MP for lewisham east indeed nasi zagari Radcliffe the other person who was freed with an O'Shea gave a press conference at first yesterday on returning to Britain talking to British politics will have a lot more Bloomberg Westminster today at lunchtime at 12 new because Ben Bradshaw the labor MP for Exeter also be joining me along with her Lima begum who is CEO of the Rani mead trust.
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"janet davy" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York
"Issues around vat the green levees the warm homes funds But another one that has also been flagged significantly is the idea of a windfall tax on oil and gas profits Is the industry expecting that from the Chancellor how much would it help do you think We don't know whether or not the chance that we will do that it seems fairly unlikely but in the case that they do how much it will help it depend entirely on the scale of that windfall tax It depends on how it is attributed as well If it is just a blanket blanket refund to consumers that will be less effective than targeted support for vulnerable consumers But every consumer is going to suffer more in terms of cost of energy Because the cost is simply rising So it's completely down to how the Chancellor does it and what scale they do that at So that was Charles wood the deputy director of policy at energy UK the leading energy industry trade association You can listen to our full energy special Bloomberg Westminster as a podcast It's on our Bloomberg website or download it at Apple music or your preferred radio app today well worth listening to that as we expect Boris Johnson to come up with a full energy security plan this month Also we'll have much more in terms of but if politics at 12 noon on Bloomberg Westminster I'll be speaking to the labor MP Janet Davy who represents the British Iranian national and nusha asuri who was of course released to the UK from Iran alongside nazanin zagari Radcliffe just last week also Chile osuji is the former International Criminal Court president and judge So that also live at 12 noon on Bloomberg Westminster So on the war in Ukraine catch it live at 12 noon Now coming up next on Bloomberg daybreak Europe Obviously speaking to Martin Malone the chief economic adviser at Alphabet what are the off ramps now for Vladimir Putin And how are markets.