35 Burst results for "Javid"

"javid" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

02:43 min | Last month

"javid" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"Largest number of new cases since this pandemic began more than 26,000 hospital emissions are going up but also staff absences are going up by a massive level So I've taken the decision in consultation with our partners to declare a major incident today Akan says Londoners need to understand how serious this is in the hospital facilities are facing a severe threat Meanwhile UK health secretary Sajid javid will not rule out stronger COVID rules before Christmas Day New York mayor meanwhile Bill de Blasio is reporting on a record high case number for the second straight day would urge that the president invoked the defense production act and use every tool that the private sector has and the public sector has to continue to provide supplies here and around the country Yeah de Blasio says if the trend continues the impact on hospitals could get critical something that doctor Anthony Fauci says definitely is possible It has an extraordinary capability of transmitting efficiently from person to person It seems to be overtaking all the other variants including Delta with a doubling time of about two to three days Fauci on ABC says he hopes that there's a need to take government errors not a need to take government lockdown mandates And on his last day on the job the head of the NIH doctor Francis Collins really spoke his mind says the country should be ashamed of the controversy created by misinformation about the importance of getting vaccinated How did that happen How do we get all this so mixed up with social media misinformation and political insertion into the discussion This is a thing for me and my last day is not just director that I find particularly frustrating Collins on Fox says we heard here on Bloomberg President Biden is set to warn of the danger in a nationwide peril speech on Tuesday Meanwhile senator Elizabeth Warren has tested positive for COVID fully vaccinated and boosted first report mild symptoms senator Cory Booker test positive mild case as well New South Wales has set a new one day record over 2500 new cases Japan says it will wait until after the new year holiday to determine whether to extend border control measures Hong Kong held its first ever major election dictated by the law that only patriots in quotes could govern the city Turnout rate was shy of 30% This in comparison with a record 58% in 2016 and Hong Kong's anti corruption agency has issued warrants for 5 people for inciting others to cast votes in that ledge co election This follows a similar arrest last week In San Francisco I'm at Baxter This is Bloomberg All right Brian Thank you very much 38 minutes past the hour It is time for world sports.

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"javid" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

02:09 min | Last month

"javid" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"Will pay a price for a diplomatic boycott of the Beijing Olympic Games saying the move will damage their ties The White House says the decision to is over what it calls China's ongoing human rights abuses Athletes will be free to compete even as administration officials stay home The UK's response to the crisis in Afghanistan has been called chaotic and dysfunctional by a whistleblower Bloomberg's young pots has the story A junior diplomat who worked during the evacuation from Kabul says there were serious shortcomings in how the then foreign secretary Dominic raab and the defense ministry handled the crisis Raphael Marshall told a parliamentary committee that at times he was the only person processing emails from Afghan special cases after the country was thrown into chaos by a Taliban takeover He claims as many as a 150,000 people apply for evacuation but fewer than 5% received assistance A government spokesperson said the UK regretted not being able to get as many people out of the country as it wanted In London I'm your impotent daybreak Europe Here the omo cron variant is now transmitting in the community There have been 336 confirmed cases in the UK some of which are not linked to international travel while none of the cases have resulted in hospitalization the health secretary Sajid javid says there's reason for caution Of course it's of concern globally There's over I think 45 countries now that have this new variant collectively we are all concerned It's a reason for caution It's not a reason for panic but I think we all do need to learn more about it From today anyone wanting to travel to the UK must show a negative coronavirus result before they leave their destination Global news 24 hours a day on air and on Bloomberg quick take powered by more than 2700 journalists and analysts in more than a 120 countries I am Hannah George This is Bloomberg Caroline Thank you so much Well the times newspaper is reporting that oh Macron infections in Britain are doubling every three days according to government scientific advisers That's what the times is reporting So that's why the concern is so great around home Macron in the UK will discuss that and the other impact on the markets this morning.

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UK to probe racial bias in medical devices after COVID toll

AP News Radio

00:48 sec | 2 months ago

UK to probe racial bias in medical devices after COVID toll

"The British government's investigating with the built in racial bias in some medical devices led to black and Asian people getting sick and dying disproportionately from covert nineteen witness to cystic surface has found that in the first year of the pandemic up to March twenty twenty one black and south Asian people in Britain have higher death rates than their white compatriots even off to factors like occupation and underlying health conditions were taken into account health secretary Sajid Javid has said the pandemic had highlighted health disparities along race and gender lines he says that a third of intensive care admissions in Britain at the height of the pandemic well people from black and ethnic minority backgrounds more than doubled their share of the population Charles Taylor this month London

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Not Right to Say Only Women Have a Cervix, Says Starmer

Dennis Prager Podcasts

01:55 min | 4 months ago

Not Right to Say Only Women Have a Cervix, Says Starmer

"So here's this the the head of the labor party in the uk a sir. Nevertheless non the sur not nevertheless in sir moreover we go for kier storm denied that it was correct to saying only women have services. It's something that shouldn't be said. It is not right. Conservative health secretary sajid javid called the opposition leader's remarks a total denial of scientific fact adding and he wants to run the nhs. The national health service. A monday labour's shadow chancellor. Let me explain. What shadow is in the parliamentary government's. That's the person who would be in that position. If that party came to power so the shadow chancellor is rachel reeves struggle to answer whether it was transphobic to say that only women have services. This is a woman responding to the question from. Lbc what's obesity. You know something broadcast inc. So what's the l for london. Lucy reeves initially evaded the question before responding rather flustered when preston game is it transphobic. Look i just. I don't know even how to start answering these questions. I don't find them helpful. The the the woman would be chancellor of the uk doesn't know how to answer the question. The only women have services.

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"javid" Discussed on Taste Of Taylor

Taste Of Taylor

05:51 min | 4 months ago

"javid" Discussed on Taste Of Taylor

"Like let's just about of this house and let's just you like new and i each get a condo down straight. Talk exactly that thing is you can't like you can't go by my dad. That by the way that all my life gone so that means that they'll maybe that does apply maybe apply to friendship and maybe a by two best friends because if you have trivia if you have such an intimate like it's like your best best friend is like your family and then they go backwards. It feels like that kind of betrayal where it's like. I can never get back to where it was with you. And if we can't fully get back there. I can't do this. Yeah i totally feel that. Because it's like you said you clearly. We cannot make a black or white statement. You've become gray because that works right because it's not matured to always be black and white so you cannot put the category of your friends in one box right right right exactly. so so. what's our conclusion i. I actually agree with that. It's case by case just is it. There's some friends. I will tolerate such crap from and it's like whatever and there's some people who can destroy in shatter my soul and i don't know why because it's good for them and you give them like Kid gloves like you'll you'll live. La feel sorry for certain friends. Like oh honey. He just doesn't have the emotional capacity. We just have to like put on our kid gloves and let it slide too late and you're like where the fuck of human interest we're our friendship. That's the thing though you know what it is to you for me. I think what it is is. If i have to handle you with kid gloves then you have to handle me with kid gloves. That's how it works. It's always like i was really mad at somebody. And i was like waiting for them to come for me and i was so ready to be like if you can't take it. Don't dish it like. That's the thing it's like..

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UK Recommends COVID-19 Booster Shots for Over 50s

AP News Radio

00:47 sec | 4 months ago

UK Recommends COVID-19 Booster Shots for Over 50s

"Britain says it will offer a good dose of cope with nineteen vaccine to everyone over the age of fifty on the other vulnerable people off to an expert panel said the boosters will need it health secretary Sajid Javid has told lawmakers that the government has accepted the recommendation of the joint committee on vaccination and immunisation would start offering booster shots next week the W. H. O. however almost wealthy nations to delay booster shots until every country has vaccinated at least forty percent of their populations the J. C. B. I said booster shots were needed to ensure vulnerable people a further protected against covered nineteen because studies have shown that the immunity conferred by vaccines weakens over time I'm Charles de Ledesma

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"javid" Discussed on AP News

AP News

01:34 min | 4 months ago

"javid" Discussed on AP News

"Says he, Javid said the original plan has been shelved for now, but could be brought back to the table if kept in 19 cases rise exponentially. The retreat comes amid opposition from some of the conservative government supporters in parliament. Some members of the governing Conservative Party had concerns that the passport would be a burden on business and infringement on human rights. Vaccine passports, like the one the British government would considering using are already required in other European countries like France. Karen China's London Some GOP governors are resisting President Biden's call for a new federal vaccine requirements he hopes will contain a coronavirus search. The requirements could impact some 100 million Americans from the private sector to the federal government. Republicans say the president's overreaching and some are threatening legal action. He says, have added, We're playing for real here. This isn't a gang visiting Washington Middle school. The president says he's disappointed that some GOP governors are being cavalier with both the health of kids and their communities. Saga or Megane. Washington President Biden has a message for Republican governors who are resisting his new federal vaccination requirements. Some GOP leaders say the president's overreaching and are threatening legal action and special legislative sessions have added, Speaking at the Washington Middle School, the president says it's disappointing, particularly some of Republican governors. Have been so cavalier with the health of these kids..

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Should All Adults Get a COVID-19 Booster Shot?

Woman's Hour

02:02 min | 4 months ago

Should All Adults Get a COVID-19 Booster Shot?

"All adults have a cave boost up on. What will the government sent me thinks. Say with the health secretary Javid saying he was confident. A booster program would start later. This month is something. The joint committee on vaccination and immunisation is grappling with and we tending to scientists to. Give us the answers on friday. The face off dame sara gilbert the scientists who led the team that developed. The oxford vaccine was splashed across the front of the daily telegraph. Saying there shouldn't be a mass booster program. She backs advice to give boosts to vulnerable people. Dame sara gilbert spoke to me on friday. And i also where the people should have a booster. If they're offered one it's a very complicated situation and newspaper. Headlines tried to get of the whole situation encapsulated view words which are going to excite people's interest. That's not actually a good way to be putting across the message here. We need to think about the different people in the population. It's really clear that people would compromised immune systems benefit from having a third dog vaccine. That doesn't mean that that s gunshot apply to everybody and we also need to be thinking about when boosters will be given Because if we give them to everybody very early then we might face a situation of saying the fact that boost does house declined before we actually see a more cases coming in winter season. Which is when we would expect to see cases of ours like this so it's not something that you can put across really in the newspaper headline. It's a lot more complicated than that. What i like to think about though is where we using vaccine doses in the wild and the problem is that we simply don't have enough awesome if we have enough doses to vaccinate everybody in the world with two devices we wouldn't be having to have the discussions about should we use them in one country or another. I'm not so so very complicated because we have to think about which vaccines survivable where they all. The expiry date for them is with us. Particular batch is that we have now whether it's feasible transport them

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Sajid Javid, British Health Secretary, Tests Positive for Virus

NPR News Now

00:19 sec | 6 months ago

Sajid Javid, British Health Secretary, Tests Positive for Virus

"Health minister who's in charge of the uk's pandemic response says he's tested positive for the corona virus sajid javid says he was fully vaccinated and his symptoms are mild at the same time the u. k. is reporting the highest daily number of new cases in six

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Vaccinated U.K. Health Secretary Tests Positive for COVID-19

NPR News Now

00:18 sec | 6 months ago

Vaccinated U.K. Health Secretary Tests Positive for COVID-19

"Britain's health minister saad javid says he's tested positive for the corona virus. He says he was fully vaccinated and symptoms are mild at the same time. The uk is reporting the highest daily number of new cases in six

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UK Health Secretary Tests Positive for Coronavirus

AP News Radio

00:47 sec | 6 months ago

UK Health Secretary Tests Positive for Coronavirus

"Health secretary Sajid Javid who's in charge of Britain's coronavirus response says he's tested positive for covert nineteen Javid says in a video message that he has had both shots of a vaccine and so far my symptoms are very mild he self isolating while he awaits the results of a second test Chevy took over last month from Matt Hancock who resigned after breaching social distancing rules Hancock had himself fallen ill with because with nineteen earlier in the pandemic ousted prime minister Boris Johnson who then had to spend several days in intensive care Britain currently has higher rates of Kobe nineteen them phones with more than fifty one thousand new infections confirmed on Friday Charles Taylor this month London

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"javid" Discussed on Coffee House Shots

Coffee House Shots

05:22 min | 7 months ago

"javid" Discussed on Coffee House Shots

"Have an alternative plan. Front or king so labor be a been more critical vis bissett unlocking than i think. They'd be anything since the tears system when you listen to them say i think he's reckless removal the restrictions. You're gonna wait to hear what they're keeping. It doesn't seem for this emphasis. On continued mosque wearing on public transport is really a sufficient response. If you think it is reckless remove all restrictions. I it would make more sense if these really was reckless to keep for example the one meter rule. So i think what you're seeing labor trying to do is do the classic opposition thing of saying weaving. This is reckless putting that marker down but nautile backing any particular the economically damaging mass measure such as for example the one meter rule that will put them on the wrong side of saver hospitality industry. I think moss public transport when there was an interesting thing here. Which is. I think that i think that if a few weeks ago i've eaten at you're seeing cabinet ministers hate a poppet city karn if he had said actually on the chief and none that i want to carry on mosque barring on and burn said the people in the transit manchester carry on wearing it. I now think that if they do they wouldn't come under any kind of attack from the government. Indeed i think quite a few minutes with breda acquire i of relief from under their mask if he decided to do that again indicative katie says. This is notre kind of victory over corona day on the nineteenth of july champagne. Corks popping crowds dance in trafalgar square on a moment. It's going to be much more. We are lifting these restrictions because the argument abortions are made in. Yesterday's press conference is going if not now when and a hope also vote because schools in england break up on july the twenty third that will put downward pressure on the virus. All that mixing is going on in schools right now would see so. I think we see that. But i also think that there is the in a way if you're going to view of the alternative history if you look at how low the number of non delta varian cases now is in. I think some in government would hope that would be the situation would be one. They are not full. Stop at which point. They really would be able to say everyone. Relax its covert is is in a bad is gonna be a very different message of the pandemics not over these restrictions but be cautious and katie govern williamson was in the commensal softening to about the end to school bubbles. So people's will now have to go home and self isolate..

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"javid" Discussed on Coffee House Shots

Coffee House Shots

03:43 min | 7 months ago

"javid" Discussed on Coffee House Shots

"More concern and caution about it was on. It would be very surprised if we don't see some pictures of cabinet ministers in that week of july. The nineteenth wearing moss in crowded places in an attempt to say look. This is something that you should be prepared to do so. I think what we're seeing is is a comprehensive reopening but with the government trying to just tilt the scales towards caution in terms of people's minds. And how they behave katie. We've heard a lot from such javid. Today he was doing a morning broadcast. Round as i said he was in the commons. He has come out with some quite scary figures he expects to be around one hundred thousand cases a day in the summer and you talked about there being an additional seven million people who may be added to. Nhs waiting list. Does he pay more candidates than his predecessor. Matt hancock i think in some ways yes i think that when it comes to waiting this and the backlog. I think that we're seeing such upfront about the problem. I think he's he's trying to paint a picture of the full effects of covert and. That's not just directly for those who get affected by birth effects. Wlac dan in terms of what it does to serve as the nhs. And i think that this is part of what he's trying to do when he saying. We should learn to live with kobe. Is i think that says she doesn't want to be seen. As a stereotypical hardline. Looked and skeptic i think he is quite keen to try and suggest that this is about balancing various things and that's why he is coming into this at how the things that are. Go up during knock dan so for example chevy spoken about domestic abuse as one of those things and former home secretary. So i don't think it's that kind of experience which is trying to bring in many. This picture is linked the reopening in that sense. Then i think on cases i think that is the government trying to brace people for the fact that this idea of freedom day is not going to be normal like pre pandemic and actually as james setting is going to be pretty dysfunctional. And you did get the sense for new hearing. Boris johnson talking. I i think that a bit more. Beat them boris johnson. But generally speaking. This isn't the scenario they wanted. When they were going to lift restrictions the scenario the government wanted back from they started the vaccine that was to open to get to a situation where you had very low deaths but us had low cases i think the delta very in history changed things and you get the sense when it comes to this plan for nine hundred july more ab necessity than this positive thing that they want to scream about and show off to the rest of the world because it is going to be quite messy and i think that the hundred thousand cases particularly striking because given by that point most people are still gonna have to sell vice. They come into contact. What's that mean for workplaces. What does that mean for the hospitality businesses. Is that going to change how this operate. Because i think that we get to see of course but i think that if you actually run the risk of having staff sent home. Because they've come into contact with someone. I wouldn't be surprised at some venues aside to voluntarily. Keep some social distancing measures in place because on a business risk assessment. It is not worth the risk of having to close down your venue. Because because at break. And i think that that's what we're starting to see. So there is almost the small print and i think that's that figures james labor are sounding disappointed which is not unusual for your position at the moment but if they really got anything particularly distinctive to offer from from their plan that alternative plan for unlocking mean..

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"javid" Discussed on The Guardian UK: Politics Weekly

The Guardian UK: Politics Weekly

05:33 min | 7 months ago

"javid" Discussed on The Guardian UK: Politics Weekly

"Puffer. Spur roundup of the latest news of westminster. I'm joined by the guardian columnist. Rafael profits lovely. W on a minute. It's technically last week's news. I guess now. But i'm intrigued to know. Where were you when you first saw that image of hancock and what do you think. Did you think this man's going to survive because barstools enough. Saxony anyone anyone you think. That's it you make it sound like it was a moon landing or kennedy assassination. Felt like order. I think i heard it on the radio and then obviously went to look at the picture and my immediate reaction was that he should obviously resign. Boris johnson would oversee try and defend him and the position would be. Let's see if we can ride out the weekend and hope that it bounces off the news agenda and if it doesn't we'll have to get rid of him Which is pretty much what happened. I think and why had underestimated. Although i thought he had to go was it was only when i was reminded of exactly what said with regards to neil ferguson. Remember the epidemiologist government adviser who had resigned of because he hadn't a fan broken lockdown regulations. When i saw the hancock cliff it's a matter for the police as a government minister. I'm not allowed to get involved in the operational decisions of police matters. You know the social distancing rules of a very important and people should follow them. I thought this is now. Unsurvivable took it to people on the inside that is that is actually one of the things i think that concentrated mind you know inside number. Ten inside the department of l. That it just was completely untenable and also the fact that he was just you know you can't have someone who's going to stand up in front of the nation and say you have to follow these rules because the whole country's just going to be like well you can go to wherever. Yeah and i think this is. This is the ongoing legacy of this in some respects that you know and it's possible that such comes out this whole issue of easing regulations from a slightly different place in my hand quote. We get the impression he does. He's a little bit more libertarian. Or not he wears a treasury hat in a way that matt hancock didn't well sitting at the department of health and social care of so they might have to have a different ethos with regards to the regulations. But also i think even with hancock out the authority of this government now corporately to be telling people how they should behave in private who. They should be hugging who. They shouldn't be hugging that. So the stuff it it's now shredded. In a way that is probably irrecoverable. They could sort of court back a bit of the cummings And it was a hole in subsequent waves of pandemic the change the calculus there anyway. Now i think they probably recognize that they lost that authority and is going to place. They can't come back from. I might be wrong about that. I want to come onto such a little bit later. But in terms of the lingering issues from from the hancock case there's also this concern over the use of private. Emails feels very familiar to anyone. Who's ever watched..

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"javid" Discussed on The Red Box Politics Podcast

The Red Box Politics Podcast

06:35 min | 7 months ago

"javid" Discussed on The Red Box Politics Podcast

"I think pretty well we will There might be one or two exceptions. I in terms of changes to the package on the nineteenth. So i think i yeah second probably a while what about you saleh i think yes and yes i actually think and the reason i say yes on social care because this is not a new subject for such it so when he was community secretary pull you might recall this. He worked very closely with jeremy hunter. At the time was health secretary to work on the social capri set then came in on council tax bill so this is not a new subject to him and i think once he gets the bit between his teeth on there. So i think if desert deadlines at the end of the year i think he'll get there though we all. Well we'll bring you both back at christmas and find out at salve michelle former supposed adviser to saudi jaffe. Paul harrison former special adviser at the department health under jimmy. Hart thanks very much talking sort of the politics and exactly what the politicians the political calculations such go into in just a moment. We'll speak to a couple of health. Think tanks to see what they'd like to see some of the nuts and bolts of policy so we continue our deep dive into what exactly faces such as javanese. Enjoy this morning right. Let's take a look now. Couple of health think tanks. He's been all time thinking about this stuff. And i suspect they're working to form part of scientists averaging this morning let's speak to nigel edwards. The chief executive of the nuffield trust niger. We've also got senior fellow at the king's fund think-tank. Hi helen so knowledgeable. If this one is knowledge all i've got to hold onto stuff. There's a whole stuff for me to read on the death. let's just cut to the chase. What do i need to sort out. What were the first thing you said you'll be seeing is to deal with the the continuing problem with kobe. But we're also seeing at the moment most extremely spike in demand across the whole nhs which shipped to represent some quite significant changes in in how people using it which which then to the bumps up against the fact that we ve very tired. workforce a some of which of course if had covered themselves in the suffering the consequences of that and of course we went into the pandemic with very significant vacancies across nursing medicine in a number of other key key areas So when you take all of that together. The i think the level of pressure which is very concerning. He's got deliver the hospital a new hospitals. Unfortunately it's framed right now as you were talking just earlier. He's got a to imply to develop a plan for social. Character does appeal one. That prime minister said was ready. wasn't sure and this coosa is substantial piece of legislation is going to parliament within a few weeks time so this is a long list and there's a spending review comey later in the year. So he's got quite a big to do list here of which bitter which is extremely demanding Some of the basic work to underpin any is not yet been. Donald released completely and some of them are very intractable in particular. The workforce problems. Same question to you. Really what would be your advice. Decided java is it to spend a lot of time leading into everything will just make some big just make some big decisions now because the one thing worse than making the decisions just delaying decisions you know as we've seen time and time again on things like social cabinet is is sort of window of opportunity here. The could have a big bold impact but he needs to sort of get on with it. Yeah well i mean that's such an interesting question i mean alongside the things. That nigel's already outlined a. I mean i guess i would say that and such. I mean he's gone absolutely huge Most difficult in trade any secretary of state health official ever had to face Joke they'll be really very little time. If any claim to catch his breath taking just happened over the weekend he's going to need to ground running absolutely anytime other things. In addition to what nigel mention does you know. There's obviously tackling the backlog of their operations in treatment that they'll top during the pandemic and then there's also very importantly he's going to need to decide of cetinje how they have influenced by the who should replace the current chief executives. Nhs's in-instead simon stevens. He's actually g to step down at the end of next month and this is such a critical role that the secretary of state is going to want to think really carefully about which of the candidates is best able to lead the service at such a challenging time but in terms of your question about you know Whether he needs to just make decisions now or wait and look at the detail. I think it depends on the issue will so how much he kind of trust the work that The previous secretary of state health sexual hancock already done but for example with the legislation. He might want to take some time to read that because looking at what happened with a lengthly reforms. Back in twenty twelve. And how they post repugnant they. They had a very difficult time. And i think it's wise respect shifts to kind of review the detail also legislation I'm but i don't think like social care. i mean we've had. We've had numerous commitments from discouragement. I'm previous governments. That they're going to address social. I think we know what the options offer reforming ecs. He just needs to put a plan to do that. I don't beat us. Any reason to reading. Wait is one of those things the it gets. It's been delayed for so long and endlessly discussed essentially. Everyone knows what needs to happen with social care that it's going to cost a lot of money and to some extent it matters less. Who's gonna sit. Who's sitting in the department of health and more who's sitting in the treasury the quantity. Now we have someone sitting in the vault health who's pleased sat in the treasury. So does that philly with confidence that he'll find a way to know. Get the fis the money out of the treasury or is this a treasury management of health. Who will think that there's a way of doing this on the cheap or kicking it into the longer. That is such an interesting question. I think you know. We're yet to know. But i think you know on the plus side as you say he'd be well versed in detail of social care as the issue of funding came up when he was chancellor and say was previously the department the communities local government. But you know in terms of what his attitude to funding is going to be Obviously he was transfer at the treasury when he kept finding sutton for the nhl slope even as damone services rising. So you know we..

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"javid" Discussed on The Red Box Politics Podcast

The Red Box Politics Podcast

02:01 min | 7 months ago

"javid" Discussed on The Red Box Politics Podcast

"Javeed will be appearing in the house later. All this is though is what he had to say as you voice. I died yesterday working on sunday at the department. Healthiest today. we are still in a pandemic. And i want to see that. Come to an end as soon as possible and that will be my most immediate priority to see that we can return to normal as soon as quickly as possible. so i was speaking yesterday The lots of people focusing on the fact that he was talking about return to normal as soon as possible. Was this a a difference between him and matt. Hancock is even more enthusiastic about unlocking as soon as possible. One person who knows such w better than most his former special adviser salman chargers and someone who knows the department of health better than most is paul harrison. A former special adviser. They're our job. Hunt was held. How i pulled morning abbey both with us so first of all salman. Is this It in several different roles is interested in health is sort of gets him up in the morning got ideas. Do you know what a health service run by sausage of. It looks like i do. Think any cabinet minister when they go into their job really knows what they're going to be like in the job and i think a lot of them learn on the job to figure out what they want to do the job when they get that i think the things that are really interesting one of the themes that such wis which goes to in any job that they've been an initial was that question of social mobility equality suit of understanding the masses and particularly if a hey i think because he's He's got quite an engineer. Mind and he's very soon. Problems focused in luck Installations i think those his guiding principles. I'd like fix some of the big issues. So i think waiting lists Social care that kind of stuff. Everybody's talking about that will be sort of top of his in tray. He wants to fix these issues.

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UK Health Secretary Sajid Javid Wants Return to Normal 'as Soon as Possible'

The Red Box Politics Podcast

02:01 min | 7 months ago

UK Health Secretary Sajid Javid Wants Return to Normal 'as Soon as Possible'

"Javeed will be appearing in the house later. All this is though is what he had to say as you voice. I died yesterday working on sunday at the department. Healthiest today. we are still in a pandemic. And i want to see that. Come to an end as soon as possible and that will be my most immediate priority to see that we can return to normal as soon as quickly as possible. so i was speaking yesterday The lots of people focusing on the fact that he was talking about return to normal as soon as possible. Was this a a difference between him and matt. Hancock is even more enthusiastic about unlocking as soon as possible. One person who knows such w better than most his former special adviser salman chargers and someone who knows the department of health better than most is paul harrison. A former special adviser. They're our job. Hunt was held. How i pulled morning abbey both with us so first of all salman. Is this It in several different roles is interested in health is sort of gets him up in the morning got ideas. Do you know what a health service run by sausage of. It looks like i do. Think any cabinet minister when they go into their job really knows what they're going to be like in the job and i think a lot of them learn on the job to figure out what they want to do the job when they get that i think the things that are really interesting one of the themes that such wis which goes to in any job that they've been an initial was that question of social mobility equality suit of understanding the masses and particularly if a hey i think because he's He's got quite an engineer. Mind and he's very soon. Problems focused in luck Installations i think those his guiding principles. I'd like fix some of the big issues. So i think waiting lists Social care that kind of stuff. Everybody's talking about that will be sort of top of his in tray. He wants to fix these issues.

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"javid" Discussed on The Red Box Politics Podcast

The Red Box Politics Podcast

08:20 min | 7 months ago

"javid" Discussed on The Red Box Politics Podcast

"What is that. He's been going on in said office Buck the and the justice actually saying he says you won't office swept for cameras. The only one of these questions forty morning seems although looking at matt handcocks office photos. It just pay these pretty obvious cameras in there. First question really Libya's should be cameras administers office. I don't don't see why not really as long as there's no audio that stuff can get our as long as they can't see documents and so on i gather it's habitual for their not to be cameras. I don't know why that camera was left there. This is a bit of a mystery. But you'd think you'd think a grown man would know that if a camera existed and was visible. It was the wrong place to kiss people. Go kiss somewhere else. I was talking to somebody in the village. Today was sort of saying. Don't know why would you kiss anyone in an office. Why don't you go into the woods or somewhere. I it's view it's a view. What's in whitehall i. The problem with the camera is it didn't seem to have been transparently. Shit was there. So i think it's okay to have cameras so as people know that what was strange about this one is it seems to have been placed. Surreptitiously was secret. That's what's very peculiar it. So that's why ministers announced a turtle panic now going round trend with dave feet secretly filmed will this time. Yup i suppose it. It seems as if labour party's responsible of this sort of got off in several directions are on the one they're calling for an investigations into into what's going on with camera is if this sort of concerned about these invasions matt handles policy. While on the other hand also going after him on the clonee ism and the fact that he was his mistress colder. He caught on the books of what came first. Did she job. I did you get the kiss. I also whole argument about now is is private gene council. What's going on in the. Which was the sunday times yesterday. And yet this one of these sort of maybe. It's just such a massive story. Opposition is is essentially relevant in it. But do you think that the labor party for them to be making more high this they just keeping out of it. I think they should make hay out of it. Because i mean it's a horrible thing. I mean apart from being a massive personal betrayal of to spouses and six children both sides. It's a massive betrayal of all the people who kept the rules in somebody put up yesterday next to the picture of his embrace. A picture of the queen's sitting all alone to husband's funeral and the queen alone that funerals a sort of symbol of all the people who have not been able to be near their dying partners or children or newborn grandchildren in a. There's been a massive obedience and the idea that this is all just kind of shrugged off By somebody in power because he can. I think i think that really really matters. And if i live party would be. I would be working on that that breach of rules and so and of course the other technical breach the personal. Email account is disastrous. That should be a second offense anyway. it. It's really hard to see. Why boris johnson thought. He could hang onto him. He just didn't want to throw a bone to comings and throw a bone to the press. He didn't want to lose those battles but he should have moved faster. The is disastrous. Probably the most powerful because some of the government is not come from the opposition at all from trevor phillips stable color on the times cody presenting we on sunday on scully's. Let's take a listen. The pictures that we saw were of an encounter on may the six on may the eleventh barrett bury my daughter who died of covid but during the lockdown three hundred of our family and friends turned up online but most of them were not allowed to be at the graveside even though it was in the open air holds of the rule of thirty because of the instruction by mr and coke. Now the next time one of you tells me what to do in my private life. Explain to me why. I shouldn't just tell you where to get off. Trevor phillips on sky news yesterday. And i have to say brandon lewis is sponsored pretty feeble a single exchange there trevor it basically summing up why so many people have angered exactly. It's heartbreaking let's exchanges in it and you could feel his anger as well as his seora Understandably the problem for the government for boris johnson. In all of this is it. Is that his lippi said of the perception of one rule for them another role for the rest of us or as one of the prime minister's closest allies ahead said Rules of little people. And once you start behaving light that the the thing about boris johnson is people they they know he's a rogue but they think he's a roku is on their side but as soon as you start behaving as if you're above the rules and you can behave different each other people then then that that starts to evaporate and that is very fragile that support for him and so i think that is a very dangerous perception to grow And in terms of the opposition. That's what they need to seize on. It's not the sort of personal Life side of this. It's the hypocrisy and the rules of little people impression caused by the whole thing and that at she applies whether it's too pretty patel not being sacked bullying or the business about the g account or this sort of Lobbying the sense that rules don't apply to those empower the same way. They do to those who want power and libya on our colleague paul before but all these things don't matter until they suddenly do wall matter the sort of yourself. Each individual case doesn't necessarily damage the toys poll writings whatever it might be but you sort of reach a tipping point that you know the the the damn busts and other mixed metals. Yeah i mean if we'd known about the separate account before. I would just have raised eyebrows but i think the massive the massive breach of the covert rules allied to the personal thing. I think it's a mistake always to say private life is private private. Life doesn't matter. I think people do perceive these massive betrayals as quite important you know when we are told apparently authorities that his wife had no idea and thought it was a stable marriage then he had to go home and wake up his eight year old child to tell him that he was off. I mean that. That does matter to voters. I mean maybe some people think he doesn't. Let's be more french but actually it does matter and so the whole thing starts to matter and you just think this is altogether a bit of a scumbag. Go the other thing is what is is your private business would would would work. Were it not for the fact. The government has been interfering. Our private lives of the past fifteen months. That's that's the whole point. Sunny out in life was the government's business. Anyway let's let's move on and talk about your call them because it's probably the only so much we can talk about matt hancock. Let's talk about your collins as libby and shows the pain behind the plow. You've you ford. In love with jeremy clarkson not not quite enough to be none none none of none of that groping that we're used to seeing on the video but the point is i love and revere experts in everything from brain surgery to ditch digging. I i love to see people really are on top of the job but you very rarely get a sense of how difficult and patient it was during the long learning period and all the disappointments in it. Because people say oh. It's my job. I've always done it. And so it's always useful to see people learning to do things and being shown up for not knowing and this has taught us about complications of farming. Or whatever in this case you know just as my husband's farming column did years ago in a much less away in the times and so they used to be shows like that like in at the deep end where there was a big television budget and reporters could learn over months.

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"javid" Discussed on Coffee House Shots

Coffee House Shots

04:35 min | 7 months ago

"javid" Discussed on Coffee House Shots

"Now there's less control. I mean that's the right question. In that assuming times job it would have come back. If dominic cummings was still a number ten. I think the combination of os to what would have prevented it. The irs has a job he would not have been able to accept the conditions over cummings with a block deployment in the first place. I ever since dominant coming left downing street is being cleared at javid gonna come back in a in a reshuffle at some point soon. I it is interesting that he's come back norton a great office of state department of how it is. Probably the most important government position aside. The grace officers will state at the moment but he has come back but not at the same cabinet. Rank is before. I think it will be very very interesting to see how we handle the job as katie says. He's a former chancellor he's also in his experience. Go into a home office. After the windros scandal amber rudd has an idea of coming into department in a certain amount of chaos. But i wonder about whether perhaps the most relevant experience women took out. Social care will be the fact that he was communities and local government secretary. So he is he has seen how social caste system doesn't work in. Tom's ovalles link-up and whether that will shake his views i think as he is completely right about. How fiscally conservative ministers all. They tend to regard their department is a special case. That needs money. I mean there's going to be a really big question you already seen this. With the kevin collins row over education catch funding which is how in the public implanted huge pressure and strain by covid. How do you decide what you're going to prioritize. In terms of clearing backlogs that is going to be the dominant political issue. A spending review katie. There still a lot of questions around matt hancock and not least his appointment of gina. Kolata angela to non executive director department of house. Cheat sheet resigned not position. But there's also questions about the tv and how this footage existed in the first place given hancock apart and didn't realize he was being filmed in his office but how also came into the public domain..

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"javid" Discussed on Coffee House Shots

Coffee House Shots

04:47 min | 7 months ago

"javid" Discussed on Coffee House Shots

"They would leak stories to the press and they would basically try to bounce him into making a decision for longer. Lockdowns with more stringent conditions. And i think let him a how you had be mentioned. As a potential health secretary had been regarded as more liberal on this front such avid. I would say is a centrist. He has not been really complaining about longtime stringency on the back benches but nor has he been known. The sort of the quiz side advocating for example for for lasting longer than they have done so that will probably make it easier for boris johnson to push for nineteen th of july reopening. The big question is about travel now on this sausage avid. I imagine we'll be pushing to liberalize the travel restrictions as soon as possible. He's quite globally minded. He's very much glue. Burson guy used to work in singapore. He's a former banker. He's got a very strong views. About the importance of being connected. To the rest of the world now matt hancock had really been pushing for the travel restrictions. His idea was that we should adopt to kind of australia. System with freedom. It's home but a wall around our country not relenting foreigners he does have been pushing for a form of munich privilege where a double banks needs will be given a freedoms which the unvaccinated would not. Now i know that some session javid will join this trusts. I imagine in arguing for greater freedoms for travel where he will stand on. Immune privilege vaccine passports. The other big question facing the cabinet is not quite clear yet. But i think is does change. The balance of power can t handcock dynamic will have been broken up and such javid. Avid will come to the this job with an economic head on. This is a former banker of former chancellor somebody who is acutely aware of all of the dynamics of this if you have longer restrictions if you have travel restrictions that will hurt the economy and this will in turn have health consequences so imagine he'll be joining me stones in a way that matt hancock perhaps didn't so very interesting appointment and one but i do think will mean a faster resumption of normal life and finally is about dynasty open. He did back matt hancock. He's made the decision to go. Juicing this is going to have political damage for the government in terms of what's happened is as i think so matt. Hancock supports leave at. This is a sensible decision that means that he has a way back in usa in terms of political scandal. That comes to an end. Yeah i think from hancock's korea point of view this as the least worst option. Actually in the he could depart government in a way that is linked to his private life as a post he.

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"javid" Discussed on Coffee House Shots

Coffee House Shots

04:51 min | 7 months ago

"javid" Discussed on Coffee House Shots

"Seven health summits just four weeks after they were pictured. And there's a cabinet source with a quote. That's all readout here. Because the cabinet saying this you can see how things were going. The cabinet source says she went with him to g seven health minister summit that he discloses to the pm. If he was shown to be shaggy on the taxpayer's expense he had to go at there been further breaches. You had to go. He's been puritan in chief for the government to now it turns out. He's a massive lying hypocrite. Pretty strong language to come from them. A cabinet source. And i imagine that was only going to be magnified. I was certainly talking to some government ministers on friday. Evening incandescent basically thinking that they're trying to behave. They're trying not saying anything to upset. The line whereby number ten accepted his apology. But that line simply wasn't and of course we're at the situation with matt. Hancock is supposed to stand up in the house of commons on monday. And tell us if he's going to extend the lockdown miss the two week break it's his decision to make and that would be very difficult decision speech for him to given had he stayed on as health secretary so i think when it was clear to him that the attempt to apologize to number ten and not to the public not to his wife but number ten and how the apology accepted that was not going to draw a line ended as says in her blog. So it makes a lot of sense for him to go now because it does look like a story was going to get a lot worse and as we've talked about the reaction of in the policy we know that matt hancock is fatty unpopular assessing section of the tory party. When it comes to lockdown when it comes to his position as the chief dove as he has come to be known. Say do you think there was a sense that ultimately mp's turning against them quite quickly because of his hardline attitude restrictions. Yeah i don't think he had a groundswell of support if you compare his position to jeremiah. Hunt was in a real mess over his links to report. Murdoch coach secretary are. i didn't get impression from. Mp's even those who who just wanted to keep their heads down during this that they were going to turn off to the coleman's on monday and say supportive things about how unfortunate it will also he. You just have to have a clinch in front of a tv camera. I don't think. Pbs would have found it very easy to rally the troops around him and saying supportive things. And the you know the as we've said on the previous podcast episode. This is a private matter line which is normally perfectly valid when an mp has has has an affair evidence of infidelity in one way or another just didn't hold because as fraser explained on friday matt. Hancock involved himself at south in everyone else's private matters..

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Newly Eligible New Yorkers Get Their First Shots

Democracy Now! Audio

00:56 sec | 1 year ago

Newly Eligible New Yorkers Get Their First Shots

"New york has loosened rules in recent days. Around who's eligible for vaccines after reports of medical providers throwing out doses because they could not find patients who matched governor cuomo's strict vaccination guidelines teachers pharmacy workers who interact with the public. And new yorkers seventy five years and older are now able to get vaccinated. The javid center is set to become a mass vaccination center here in new york city and related news. Data suggests large numbers of frontline workers including up to forty percents to frontline workers in los angeles county and sixty percent of home care. Workers in ohio are refusing the shot. Experts say more efforts are needed to understand the reasons behind this and to counteract the uncertainty

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"javid" Discussed on Dance of Joy: A Perfect Strangers Rewatch Podcast

Dance of Joy: A Perfect Strangers Rewatch Podcast

04:02 min | 1 year ago

"javid" Discussed on Dance of Joy: A Perfect Strangers Rewatch Podcast

"But i promise you if you are in the younger generation. Haven't heard of this show. I promise you you'll love it and if you don't you can write to me and tell me all about it but you will love it and We'd love it if you watched if you watched along with as came back to hear our analysis there every show because there's gonna be a lot of cultural references in these episodes from eighty six and beyond that you might not get and we'll be explaining those as we go we the stuff you have to look up look up that i don't even care the smart one between us. That's what they say. At least a foot fact day of joy actually they did it. Twenty two times in eight seasons of the show so i thought the name. It came out perfect. Okay finally sophia we gotta end with. Who are we. What gives us the goal to start. A perfect strangers rewatch podcasts. Who are you we are. Two people with microphones. And sometimes that's all it takes internet exactly internet. Okay so my name is sophia. Javid am a standup comedian based in washington. C. but i grew up in chicago with my brother enron and i think what gives us the authority to do this podcast. Is that imran. I were raised by sitcom television. We watched a lot of sitcom television growing up entire summers Where others might have been out going to summer camps or learning music or playing sports. Where were we. We were glued to our television raised by tv marking the hours by what was on the tv outset. Now that we put it that way. But i know sad about it at all. I enjoyed my childhood and my relationship with these tv shows. So i'm just i'm happy. We get to talk about one that we love anything else about who you are. Yes so like. I said i'm a comedian. You can check me out at sofia. Javid dot com s. o. f. I a. j. a. b. dot com..

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Cabinet reshuffle: Chancellor Sajid Javid resigns –

The Economist: The Intelligence

07:49 min | 2 years ago

Cabinet reshuffle: Chancellor Sajid Javid resigns –

"In Britain a cabinet reshuffle. When the prime minister reorganizes the key figures around him or herself can be dramatic messy even humiliating but most expected. Boris Johnson's first major reorganization. Yesterday would be modest. The economists prediction the night of the short knives. Instead there was an unexpected moment of high drama from such Javid the Chancellor of the Exchequer the Treasury Secretary and Keeper of the National Budget. He resigned coming out. Mr Java might have stayed but he would have had to fire all of his own advisers and replace them with a team appointed by prime minister. Boris Johnson and his chief aide Dominic. Cummings I don't believe any self respected minister would accept such conditions and so therefore I thought the best thing to do was to go in addition to a shakeup in other departments yesterday's people represents a significant erosion of the Treasury's independence. A cabinet reshuffle starts with those ministers. Who are going to be ousted being told by the prime minister that their services may not be required and mckelway a senior editor of the Economist and frequent hunter of Westminster's halls of power. And then those who will get the jobs Invited in one by one and if you remember the fear of being cooled into the head study when you were school I think it feels a bit like that even for seasoned menaces that walk of delight or shame up Downing Street who Press Bank of cameras watching. You can't be an easy one and Mr Java's walkout of that look Saya Javard. The now ex chancellor looked actually pretty confident. Think he was making a point that he was not prepared to take the deal on the terms that was offered by the prime minister. This was such a clash and seems to have taken place will come to a head so quickly that he was. I'm out of here and that was the walk. So the deal that was on offer was that she could stick around only if he basically got rid of his whole team. Why why was that? The deal that was on the table. Boris Johnson elected with a big majority very frustrated. I think in the last parliament by not being able to get on with the business of government as he wants to shape. It fell the Chancellor and the chancellor's team was somewhat in the way so having guaranteed to Mr Jovi that he would keep his job very publicly The end of last year he said well you can keep it. But you can't have this team of advisers around you and I think the underlying tension there is that they had different views about spending. They had different views about some curious of economic policy and that Boris Johnson was affectively. Trying to grab hold of the decision making process. If you don't have your advisers is very hard to put together a strong policy. Perspective could differ from number TANS. Mr Javert Simi said no you lost one adviser on the whim of Downing Street's he wasn't going to lose anymore and I think that will as the store that goes back as he say. So you say this. This was openly down to differences overspending economic policy. How so sergey of it comes from traditional you might call austerity light. He would accept some listening of the course on spending but he would still. I think want some constraint and you would see some risk in splurging splashing the cash. I think Boris Johnson thinks that everything is really changed. He's got this big majority. He can take more risks and the austerity years really needs to be put behind him and he wants to spend money particularly on the north of England in in the places where the Conservatives have made gains because he thinks that will nail down those gains and keep him in power for longer. Vaz's being around that is bubbled between the two of them. The danger here is that the treasury and number ten being too closely aligned has some risks of its own in prime ministers are more interested in short-term political goals rather than longterm fiscal ones and that balances often being a bit up and down in British Political System. And there's often been a bit of a competition but in this example it's happened. Very brutally very swiftly. The power has moved to one end of the soul to Boris. Johnson's view as has happened before with Mister Johnson. There's a lot of talk about the the power dynamic between him and his chief. Aides Dominic Cummings the Some would say power behind the throne. What does this episode to tell you about that dominate Cummings sometimes called the dark Lord around Westminster only home for Jokes? I think is very powerful. Figure had also clashed with Mr. Jarve it I think this decision to be so tough on the chance. That was primarily the prime minister's probably driven on Egged on by his adviser. They've been other arguments. That Dominic Cummings has lost recently so as power is not absolute. But I think if. Boris Johnson Dominic Cummings have a vision of direction? They want government to go. You put yourself in great dangerous administer. If you lie down in the road they will seem irrelevant. You so is that to say then that will end up with the government that is entirely made up of of loyalists of of yes. Men of people living in fear. I'm not sure that will also be yes. Men and women. But it's very clear that you kind of have to get behind the Boris vision of what is important and what is less important. Has He left enough room for independent advice. And for those who think of it differently. Omay send up a warning message. Things that could go wrong. I think that is the great risk. That he's taken here with essentials ation of power over the key decisions which brings us neatly onto Mr Chavez. Replacement. Help Tony me more about him. Richie soon act mid thirty s very trusted by Boris Johnson. Dominic Cummings but also the very interesting backstory is. He has also got a absolutely classic Oxford to banking seavy but as a small boy. He helped his mother who run a pharmacy to to do the adding open and the accounts. He's very good and gifted with numbers that you could say is pretty good going for chancellor always the case it would be. I think unfair to say to someone who's very far already in life and politics. He's only there is a naughty dog. The difference is the constraints are drawn. A kind of course it has been placed the work that he can do the budget's due in four weeks time. We don't know whether it's going to go ahead. But the country needs stability and I think number ten will not want to do it for very long. I think you will differ in some ways from the budget that Mr Javid would have given and in effect it will have to authors one will be the chancellor but the signature very prominently underneath. It will be the big spoiling hand of Boris Johnson. And all of the attention has gone on to to this this this debacle with Mr David and not so much on all of the other Reshufflings within the cabinet. Take a whole. What does that that whole story? Tell you about what Mr Johnson and indeed. Mister Cummings was for Britain. The overall message of the reshuffle is that Brexit is done that those wounds can be healed and that Britain get on selling itself as global Britain in the world. That's confidence not front foot feeling that. Boris Johnson often does exude isn't really particularly balanced left and right cabinet and conservative terms. And that's probably a bit of a difference. He has the majority. He's got the team. He's got the power and now he really wants to go. And that's the feeling it's been put behind this. Let's see where that ends up. And thank you very much for joining us visa.

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UK Chancellor of the Exchequer Sajid Javid resigns as Prime Minister Boris Johnson shakes up his Conservative  government

BBC Newshour

00:54 sec | 2 years ago

UK Chancellor of the Exchequer Sajid Javid resigns as Prime Minister Boris Johnson shakes up his Conservative government

"Britain's finance minister of the chancellor of the exchequer Sajid Javid has resigned in the middle of a cabinet reshuffle the prime minister Boris Johnson who's reshaping his government's after Britain's departure from the European Union has appointed rishi sooner to replace him political correspondent rob Watson assesses the surprise development it's fascinating for really for reasons I mean firstly this is the first crisis of of Mister Johnson's government since he will not something majority in December secondly this is the most of the second most important job in the government he was supposed to be presenting the government's economic policy and the and the budgets in about four weeks time and I think full flee this is a reminder that even when you have a thumping majority like like Mister Johnson has politics is a messy nosti bumpy business with lots of egos and lots of personalities with very very sharp

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Trump on lifting sanctions to negotiate with Iran: 'No Thanks'

WTOP 24 Hour News

00:25 sec | 2 years ago

Trump on lifting sanctions to negotiate with Iran: 'No Thanks'

"Iran's foreign minister says his country is not ruling out negotiating with the U. S. even after an American drone strike killed a top Iranian general by Mohammed Javid Shareef says the US has to first lift economic sanctions against Iran to get those negotiations going I'm president trump responded to that on Twitter he said quote Iran wants to negotiate with the United States but one sanctions removed no

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Iran's Zarif says US denied him a visa to attend UN meeting

BBC World Service

00:50 sec | 2 years ago

Iran's Zarif says US denied him a visa to attend UN meeting

"The trump administration has denied Iran's foreign minister a visa to visit the U. when in New York later this week Javad Zarif had been expected to speak about the killing of general Soleimani denying missed as a reef of visa would appear to breach an agreement guaranteeing foreign officials access to the U. Wayne's head quarters Peter viles reports Javid siris plans to attend the security council meeting well made before the United States killed Iran's most prominent military commander Qassem Soleimani last week since then tensions between the two countries have been growing with Iran threatening to retaliate for the U. S. drone attack by refusing to issue a visa the US is denying misters refund opportunity publicly to criticize the trump administration from a global stage over its actions in bank

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 Tory leadership battle hots up, and all change at Change UK  Politics Weekly podcast

The Guardian UK: Politics Weekly

11:25 min | 2 years ago

Tory leadership battle hots up, and all change at Change UK Politics Weekly podcast

"This is politics weekly. I'm Heather Stewart Naza time for us to believe in ourselves. What we can. And that's why I am standing to be leader of the conservative party Boris Johnson began his leadership campaign in earnest this week, telling him peas he was best placed to beat labor and put Nigel Farage back in his books. Meanwhile, leadership rivals queued up for an audience with Donald Trump as the US president blew into town for his photo opportunity with the Queen the contest kicks probably next week. So is it still for assist to lose this week? It's all change at change. You pay the six of eleven piece, depart, the flushing party. We talked to one of those sticking with it, Chris, Leslie. That's all in this week's politics weekly. And then there were eleven early casualties of the Tory leadership race this week were Kibble house, and James cleverly who withdrew as the party agreed new rules to weed out candidates with little chance of winning the six front runners with enough declared supporters are burst Johnson Dominic Robb, Jeremy hunt. Michael g-o-v such each of it. And Matt Hancock Johnson is current favorite to be anointed. His prime minister in the week of the twenty second of July, but a month is a long time in politics. Could we be looking at prime minister movement or dope, McVeigh by the summer while I'm joined to discuss all this by Katie balls from the spectator, and Ellie Mae o'hagan and Rafael bear from the guardian Katie was going to say you had a ringside seat at the hustings on Tuesday night, but you, you were the ringmaster hustings on Tuesday night, and we journalists most of journalists were outside in the corridor. Sad to say what, what was the mood like in there in the room managed to get a seat? So I was chairing the discussion and it was one one by one interviews. I think demeanor was fatty polite atmosphere. I think ahead of it, there was some talk that both could be heckled. And it was this is because it was the one nation caucus. So this is the group of conservative MP's headed up by Ambrosia NICKY, Morgan, now, I think there are lots of conservative MP's would describe themselves as one nation conservative term. Isn't it exactly? Specifically this group, they have the declaration of values which relate to things like having a United Kingdom the environment at free enterprise. I think what the best known for is don't like no deal, and they are opposed to nodule Brexit. So both Johnson describes himself as one conservative useless to saying that he went take canoe deal Brexit off the table. So there was some of you that this could be a real confrontation. But I think everyone listened to ever and had to say and before you an hour after gone splash on the front, free newspapers his comments, so love invasion did gap from the then of. Associates. Boris Johnson's pitch is was that he wasn't going to soften his new deal Brexit nine, but he did try and play up of the things that he would have in common with the MP's and the room. I think what's really benefiting Boris Johnson right now is someone called Dominic Robb because compared to Dominic Robb Bros. Johnson, seems less right? Win some of the MP's in the center of the Tory party on various issues, and that's making them think that if they have to have Brexit Hugh, is willing to countenance a deal Brexit. Bruce Johnson is a less bad option than someone like Dominic grump. I'm Michael go wrath last night. At the second round of these hostage not shared by Katie. We should say put himself in different position again. Didn't he said on what the idea of October thirty first? So he's the sort of even slightly more sensible Exeter's. Yeah. This has been Michael goes position for some time, which is essentially sort of the most as it was author, dogs, true believe of breaks. It's here up. To the point of accepting no deals. Because now for a number of reasons that he can't quite go that far and say, you know what? No deal is something we should do partly probably just because he is just a slightly more rigorous serious thinker than some of the people who prepared to go along with no deal. Chatting, I think he genuinely understands the hazard for the state for the economy. That would be involved in that I think, particularly the department that he was in, when he was environment. Secretary just introduced him to a lot of the practical problems that go along with doing no deal. And also, he has to recognize he's very tight cool politician, he recognizes that, you know, between. I think he's absolutely right. What she said about Dominic Robb based carving out this space football to be sort of as it were one row into simultaneous when you've got someone who's out in the oil, being completely bonkers and that's actually quite good position for Boris to be in. And so Michael really has to then pitch himself as insofar as a center of the conservative party unity. Can't that, that would be him. And I think broadly speaking, that is at least logically true. If you did a kind of a growth with a sort of X Y axis that sort of leave one end remain on the other tra- Thatcherite with slash and burn pros therapy on one, acts and one end sort of old skirts, though, wet invest spend money on stuff at the other end, and it sort of scatter plot on that axis of where all the parliamentary Tories are you'd probably find they've pretty much in the middle of that the problem is that being that Younes you can also means you alienate people on various fringes, but he, I think he's probably put himself in fairly tactically, g position and any took him out. Dominic mopping out out in the aisle. There last night's contribution from him was that he'd be willing to provoke parliament to suspend parliament, if necessary to get no Brexit, no deal Brexit food. That's pretty extraordinary, isn't it? Yes. Absolutely extraordinary. And I mean, this is a very cliche thing to save it. I, I wonder what the. Action would have been in if, if a labour MP had said that, I mean, I feel that people would have been saying it Stalinism is going to be tanks on the lawn of parliament square. You know, of course, perogie parliament is a crazy idea. And yeah, I think we should really reflect on what's going on in the conservative party. I think something really extrordinary is happening in that party. That is the case. Katie's ideas that would have seen credibly fringe now in mainstream discussion in the Tory polcy I would save on the parade and parliament comment. Dominic robb. He is that minority view of all the candidates, and actually, like a lot of people have reacted very badly to the idea. You're going to provide parliament, so I mean, it is something that you can't say they would do it in that room. It landed very badly and is interesting that in the hustings chat, every single Brexit he was saying, they would Constance emoji Brexit. So sad Javid. Andrea leads him and Boris Johnson explicit. Early route parading parliament. So I didn't think it is a majority view in the conservative party Andrew, let's inset that she consulted Klux at some point, and had wet this wasn't really viable option such Javid said that he's what parliament had to have a say. So, I think what you seeing is when it comes to Dominic Robb, what of the votes, he is going to try and make the final t now the European research group, that is a great gift, the eurosceptics of the policy that feel most strongly on having clean Brexit. Now, I think by having this dividing line between himself and Boris Johnson. I think it helps Boris jokes in many respects, I think Dominic Robb is trying to pick up this European research group votes to try and get further and free the rans, and he now has something to say, I am more serious about delivering no deal than my rivals less sanguine about the tool, even if it's only a tiny amount even if it's just only grow Francois talking about perogie Parman because Elliott this really is happening here is. Constant ratcheting of the parameters of was a normal discussion about what you should do in this country, further and further away from things that are practical. And so when you hit talk about a sort of global trade breaks or clean Brexit, or no deal Brexit. There's really no discussion of actually involves what practically that means. The reason Dominic Robb way, anyone would entertain parochial parliament is because there is this question of, could you actually persuade parliament, is that some potential parliamentary obstacle to delivering no do? And even the quite moderate will self stop motoric candidates in this race when they sable I wouldn't do not. We Michael go says, will we pretty have to get another extension their explanation is because parliament won't permit no do now? That's a pretty cowardly way of framing it. Because actually the reason not to do is because it's a terrible terrible idea. There's no such thing as a clean. Brexit, immediately often odeal your whole legal system, your economy in chaos your force back into in the Goshi action with the EU but for a much weaker position is properly bonkers. No one was seriously. Counseling in two thousand sixteen or twenty seventeen is only Lanzoni gender now and as the sort of the framing of the debate moves it just becomes a entirely normal thing to this Gus. And when half of the field of Tory candidates are prepared to discuss that quite normally that suggests a as was just said that the conservative parties in, that's a very peculiar place, ROY now when I'm part of that is because the backdrop of the discussion is what's going on impeachable this week where there's a by-election and Nigel. Farage is Brexit party looks as if it might do quite well, right. That's, that's what's in people's eyes were having this discussion. I think there is a sense that the Brexit party if you're going to the various frets to the Tory vote, the Brexit party frat is tina's at greater threat right now than the liberal Democrat vote now it's interesting. Lots of Tory candidates went to say, hey, we can actually win both voters back. I think never skepticism as how you unite voters who have said many times they want to know deal Brexit. They were only take that as being a Brexit that they would accept as fitting. Description, and how you those remained conservative OTC feel very isolated by the party and looking at the nipple Democrats. And I think he looked at the European election. Results teapot, is very well very clear Brexit positions. But completely opposing and that's a riddle I think every main party when it comes to working at had to get a big coalition of voters. I think on the Brexit polity point, there is a general sense, and I think you saw this in the hustings this week that such Javid stage loss of support. Actually, when he said the way to beat the Brexit party is by not being the Brexit party, and I think there are lots of Tory MP's you feel that you need to deliver Brexit. But you shouldn't be doing straight the noise Farraj playbook to do that anyway. Let's talk about Johnson was a briefing with a Tory poster Lord Haywood this week, who was saying he comes out with the most popular candidate. So he's the conduct people most not recognized like he also comes out the most unpopular candidate. He's an incredibly divisive, and polarizing figure isn't he would lay relish, the chance of taking on Boris Johnson to think gem, an election. I don't think that labor would relish taking on Boris Johnson though. I, I also think that we shouldn't underestimate Michael g-o-v is particularly fees. I mean I is total speculation on my part, but, particularly if he's still in contact with his old colleague, Dominic Cummings, then labor probably will be in trouble who, of course, helped run the vote leave campaigns by significant figure in the vote leave campaign. Yes. On this very talented, political tactician. Boris johnson. I think Boras he, he represents the kind of era that we're living in.

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What Are the Ramifications of Theresa May's Exit from Brexit?

Coffee House Shots

14:54 min | 2 years ago

What Are the Ramifications of Theresa May's Exit from Brexit?

"So Theresa May has not Ted part date. She's leaving the office of prime minister after around free years in the job. What will be James trees may has joined a long list. Really now of conservative prime ministers have been brought down by the issue of Europe. Will she be remembered as a prime minister Hugh failed to deliver Brexit? Yes, in principle entry in the history. Books will be four. I've been there is another interesting question about, may that which is, it's easy to forget today with reason, having departed, the stage, two stage, said that when she will depart the sage accurately when she was riding high in the polls in those early moments of our premiership Harim was not justed liver Brexit. Aim was the change the entire nature of a conservative party and therefore, British politics. She and chief star Timothy wanted to turn the Tories into much more of a Christian Democrat style Ponti, and they have been, and it was a Wayne attempts gonna go back to almost gonna prefabs right, Tori party, but different in a way that it was going to be a Tory party. It was a more kind of working class voters than the toys have been previously and the Fady about twenty seventeen campaign, nor the only did it cut her off the Neal Brexit, because the loss of a majority meant that the. She was negotiating in Europe knew that she couldn't really walk away from the table because Paulin would NASA, uneven even if she did this wasn't going to prison wasn't going to respond to Moltke from table by can radically becoming Singapore overnight, because the parliamentary numbers simply were now but it also stymied her domestic plans, those people in the cabinet who had never been found slim, think of chancellor, Philip Hammond, Saturday, Javid, Vail, felt empowered to essentially stand up all of these ideas with more determination. That's why I think when she was talking about her domestic, like yesterday in her resignation statement was. I'm not saying stuff wasn't important on issues like mental health and domestic abuse, and the racist Bartle it. But these are not normally what promises would site as I have that principal legacies. Yes fraser. Let me look Theresa May's premiership. There was a point the full that snap election where lots of pundits house people in this room were predicting a long reign factories may. She looked on course for a very large majority landslide majorities some points. And there was a concern that she if anything she would have too much power over her party. Being in a pub with the one of her cabinet members two weeks before the election. He was literally planning, what they would towards do in their twenty twenty three budget because so long the rain front of them seem the expectation was that 'em. Choose about to put labor to the sword. And sure by doing lots of left wing stuff, which which my drinking partner disagreed. But he was saying, this is the price of ten years of power, I'm willing to pay it now as it turned out, this was a massive miscalculation. And sure people can blame her for this, nap election quite right to that's hardly, anybody said, actually, you lose your majority that was a show to every pundit every pollster, so everybody was taking a bag by just how much first of all her campaign fell apart. And Secondly, by the way, that Jeremy Corbyn made more progress than any leader of any post reporting twenty seventeen election and also there was no, I was actually I'm still I'm very happy of the result of election. Because I think Theresa May was on course to be a monster. She was behaving a boom nably to her cabinet. She was ruling by dick tat with Nick Timothy and funeral hill to her advisers. They were speaking, very harshly to elect politicians as if they were servants expressing the will of the master and reason me force that twenty seventeen legs and not as a conservative, she would have these party broadcast. We'd hardly hear the word conservative. This was about to resume and Theresa May's party, she sought a personal mandate, which intended to use to run a personal government. I think that would be a calamity, and even though the losing of that majority has led to lots of problems for the conservatives normally support. I'm still pleased that happened. I mean, Theresa May's women have incredible honor of public duty of stamina of lots of personal qualities, and I've been so many times, just awed the way that she's been able to walk through fire. And still come out the other side barely an expression changed on her face. And as journalists we always criticize people for people who are doing things that we knew we could never self as new way out of survivor two weeks injuries amaze job. So I'm not going to make out Viking disparage her bitter problem was to govern, you need to bring people with you, you need to be people person, you need to put together a whole bunch of talented people in the cabinet and share their ideas. David Cameron was able to do that to resume was not. And that ultimately is why she failed nab before we go into detail on the things that trees, the made did wrong. I think that this, plenty to go over James was appoint as we touch by she's doing very well in the polls, but she gave that burning injustices speech, which seemed to really reach to a new audience the conservative party as prime minister. What did she do? Right. One of the things he did. Right. As prime minister, the beginning was to appear different to pre-disaster I think too. Public that were slightly out with slipping then she seemed to be different kind of politician. People look to her slightly older less flashy, and they fought a sore someone. He was just going to interested in getting on the jolt approval ratings at one stage. We're not just high with the highest ever recorded for a party leaders, easy to forget that now just how popular wildly popular she was. And this is why coordinator election was such mistake, because she had repeatedly looked for country in the eye and said, I'm not going to call a general election. It's not right for the country to have a general election. I don't play. Let's go games. I'm not going to do that. And then suddenly, she goes walking wells and she finds it she go to twenty four point police, and that proves to tempting even for this bickers daughter. And I think that was the beginning of things on winding because the public will, like hang on a second, my what you were different and now you're having this election, and then obviously that was the manifesto that, that went so wrong. And I think that was the problem that resume which was she tried to act almost as an empty politics here. I only remember that famous speech at the beginning, they drink in the balls, they gossip in the tea room. I just get the job. And I think people saw who election and they were like, well, how does that compute? It just didn't quite work. The problem was. But in the election, they tried to push a Ford in into Theresa May's conservatives, they tried to push for almost going call to personality, and she's not comfortable in that role. And I think there is. I fought today pops fishing thing about the end of her premiership was the cabinet rule told that trees may was going to give a statement at ten o'clock in the morning, but they weren't told what she was going to say. And I think one of the things that I say strained relations, is that, that she's never really bought a cabinet entire discussions. The famous story about people on the on the minibus on the way to the Tory manifesto, lose telling shovel what's in it because the cabinet hun hundred proper reading it for the first time and even this week, the proximate cause of going was that she had a cabinet meeting about what she's going to say your new draw Bill, and she didn't tell them that was going to be a second referendum proposal in there. So she springs on them and you, you simply can't do that and lead. That is not how one leads politically, I mean she was fundamentally suited to different form of government where she was at Mathov and everybody else to orders. She might have been a good ruler of perhaps a slightly different country as democratic as ours. But this is not how you run a cabinet government in Britain. And even Gordon Brown wasn't as sort of dismissive of the rest of his cabinet's opinions. She ended up being, I think he's well, she never picked all you never prepared people. What it was. So in the run up to the famous checkers meeting off to export Johnson. David Davis resigned. Suddenly twenty four hours beforehand ministers, sent in the papers on their shocked, because they sent a big shift in the strategy now in room, number ten executed that shift several months ago, but they never told the Brexit secretary and they never told the foreign secretaries straight up, but this was the move, but they made and I think this was point of the problem, I think this is going to be one of the big challenges for her successor is probably Ponti is, is, as you pointed out on the twenty brings promises down over Europe Bisley divide on the subject. But you have to find some way to bring your cabinet with you to make them feel. Part of it's gushing think one of trees failures. She never did that. And then I think everyone off to twenty seventeen electrical room but you'll remembered how they have been treated by Theresa May's joint chiefs of staff is going to be humiliations. They had injured and you can say politicians Bill to rise bubbas in the national interest. But I think ever since then has been a desire to settle scores from some of capital. It's really we're seeing a bit about why she was like that. And I don't think it's because she was Ouragan or because there's a little dictator inside differ. I just think she founded difficult to talk to people difficult to have difficult conversations when m cabinet members were up to resume and they come back saying she barely moves. She barely acknowledged. I was speaking, she just found it incredibly difficult to communicate on a personal basis. And also with the country more broadly, and I think that's why she behaved. And she behaved is not that she wanted to be a little Decatur is just she just found increase. Ably on a personal level hearts, navigate this conversations that will lead to open discussion, and a compromise and always baffled me, why if you don't like Munich ation, if you don't like talking to people, by the way, people don't why you would choose politics as a career. Now trees made Clayton took into too many people in her party as you say, James, she prided has one point. I'm not going to the parliament buzz, but she did always have it in a circle and over the past couple of years has got slightly smaller, in part with loss of, of her key advisers, Nick, Timothy and Fiona hill after the snap election. Now they were credited as opposed discredited for helping her heavily when she made decisions. But they both resigned in the wake of this nap election. Result phrase, a t- think that she suffered from not having those close advisors after the election. It was said that the only of a person she really felt comfortable talking to us been for that may. Yes. Of course, she massively. Suffered from it because they were the only two people with whom she really had as of trusting relationship. Again, that's difficult if you're politically because people will come and go, you need to be able to form working relationships with people, who you hate, but you need to be together for strategic reasons. So unkind souls with save at the may boats had lost his programmer after those two left, and they were, and it was just wondering around coming up with whatever statements the last person to ride speech would say, and I think that she does have instincts instincts, that were very, very well, translated by Nick, Timothy hill, they'd worked with them. I mean, I knew anybody who works closely when people can know there are people you trust us judgment. You trust who are able to take the best of what you're trying to say and make it sound good. And similarly, people who vice you'll take. No. If you lose these people than is very difficult to carry on. And she was such a creature of these two. There was just triumvirate. And she was never able to reassemble that triumph for it. So you've got Roby Gaber chief communications officer go Gavin bar. Well, her chief of staff venue, only Robbins Briggs negotiator. She does of a habit being very reliant on the advice of three people, but they weren't ones with which he worked as well. I mean, take the burning injustices agenda. I've got suspicion that she was wasn't opposed to it, but that was only Timothy's and when he left so did that gender. So that was a major flaw, and Katy period era. Former communications officer used to have that burning injustices speech, literally posted on the door of her office because this inspired her. What she thought the me premiership ought to have been about Reza me has one of these or whatever quite itchy. Be leaves us, by the way with quite a few soundbites, one of them, of course, is the sins of the world systems of nowhere. That will be happy to be the. Famous and notorious one another one will be Briggs. It means brings it. So I think there was actually more wisdom in that than people said at the time the one that sticks mind right now is this, if you don't believe in Briggs, it, you won't be able to deliver Brexit. I think it was fundamentally her problem. But I would add to it saying, if you don't really believe in the burning injustices agenda, you're never really going to be able to now when it comes to trees maze, belief in Brexit. She did struggle, then probably one of her more difficult entities when she has us has she been vote, if there was an e referendum tomorrow, and here is her aunt, sir. If there was a Brexit vote now, would you vote Brexit, because you voted remain in the referendum? Have you changed her mind? Well, I, I don't answer pathetically questions. But what I well, I voted remain. I voted remained for good reasons, the at the time, but circumstances move on. I think the important thing now is that? I think we should all be focused onto littering Brexit, delivering the best to you what you want us to say, how would I vote in a vote now against a different background national background different economic? Now, James says she refused to really say, do you think that was approved him there in the sense that she could never be work at what the answer was a question like that. She just didn't really believe that she would change vote want resilience problems. Is she? How old for someone who was prime minister an old lack of intellectual self confidence. She was uncomfortable. Responding spontaneously to a question now, I personally not into a failure of staff work because in Delhi being very excitable. Jeremy hunt told

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British Jury Delivers First Conviction for Female Genital Mutilation

The World

00:31 sec | 3 years ago

British Jury Delivers First Conviction for Female Genital Mutilation

"The mother of a three year old girl in Britain has been found guilty of female genital mutilation. The first person to be convicted of FGM since it was made an offense more than thirty years ago. The woman originally from Uganda was arrested in two thousand seventeen after taking her heavily bleeding daughter to hospital doctors found three cuts to hide genitalia. The British interior minister, Sergey Javid welcomed the conviction calling FGM depraved form of child abuse, anti FGM activists said the conviction would send shockwaves through the communities that

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"javid" Discussed on WMAL 630AM

WMAL 630AM

02:56 min | 3 years ago

"javid" Discussed on WMAL 630AM

"Javid center, Manhattan, New York. On the Hudson river surrounded by vast spaces filled with exhibits by the global retailers in front of me. I'm looking at Salesforce behind Salesforce as Microsoft. Off to the right of me as as a s and her she's off to the left of is star. These are all the major retailers on the globe. I bet the retailers strategy cash strategy cash is the umbrella of scholar dot com. A leading marketing transforming the world, but digital silent. However, there's much more to the digital transformation of the world. And my first guest. I welcome. Bravo media's David title David is production. So he's got a very handsome beard. That's how you can tell production. Thank you. David works dot. And he's here to help me understand. What it is that retail is learning about video in particular to enhance the sales moment. David a very good morning. Thank you for joining. Thank you so much. Bye. Bye audience includes customers and sellers. Also. So what is it about? Bravo media that can enhance the brick and mortar selling experience, I think as we look around at today. So many of the folks here that are both visiting and also displaying here are really focused on data data analytics what's happening. What's the customer behavior at Bravo? We really focus on the other side of that. So if we look at it as data versus delight Bravo's on the delight side of things because all the data in the world is wonderful. But if people don't come to your store, if they don't stay in your store, and they don't have a wonderful experience in your store, then your data becomes less valuable. There was nine hundred sixty nine in Princeton, New Jersey. I was a senior. And I. I had thirty dollars in my pocket, which was a lot of money. All right. This is the job of the summer of love. But we're two years beyond that. So retail is catching up to us. I walked into a little store the bell rang. It was called the boutique that was a new word then. At the moment. I stepped in the store they started playing the Beatles white album, which is brand new. I think it was rocky raccoon, but I can't be sure. But I was so star struck by a combination of subbing nearby and the music of the moment. And it was nine hundred sixty nine and a beautiful fall. That I bought something. I couldn't afford. I bought a blue velour tie. Or maybe it was paying. Twenty five dollars. Now does that describe what you can do for the retail store with media?.

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Chinese spacecraft makes first-ever landing on far side of the moon

BBC World Service

00:52 sec | 3 years ago

Chinese spacecraft makes first-ever landing on far side of the moon

"Gill has gone into hiding with his wife. The pair thought to have left the embassy in Rome in November does days before the end of the embassador posting their reported to be seeking asylum. The technology giant apple is blamed the economic slowdown in China for big drop in its sales. Forecasts in response. Apple shares dropped sharply. And after I was trading on Wall Street rotary. Kathleen Jones reports it's highly unusual for apple to say anything about its finances between quarterly results, so Tim Cook's letter to investors came as a bombshell. He warned them to expect revenue for the current quarter to be five billion dollars lower than predicted ascribing. Most of the problem to a slowdown in the Chinese economy exacerbated by the current trade tensions between China and the United States. But he's also clear that there are wider problems with the iphone high prices and a sense that the latest models of only marginal improvements have made consumers everywhere reluctant to upgrade officials in the south Indian state of Kerala say at least two hundred people including dozens of police officers have been injured in clashes conservative Hindu groups leading day of St.. Protests. They're angry that to women and to the well known temple sub Ramallah on Wednesday, ending a longstanding ban and women menstruating age. Here's is science Asia editor Jill mcgivering is called a general shutdown many shops and businesses are closed and transport services are at a standstill violence broke out as demonstrators clashed with police and buildings and vehicles were found allies d- on the surface. This is a religious dispute. Women want to exercise their legal right to worship at the Sabbath mala temple conservatives opposed them. But it's also political activists from the pro Hindu BJP blame the state's left-wing leaders for supporting the women and India faces general elections in a few months time world news from the BBC deadlock continues in Washington after discussions between President Trump and leaders of congress failed to resolve the budget dispute that's caused a partial government shutdown on Thursday. The Democrats take control of the house of representatives. They've promised to pass their own budget proposals. Excluding the president's key demand for funding to build a border wall with Mexico. More bodies have been recovered from the rubble of a Russian apartment block collapsed and Monday, bringing the number of confirmed down to thirty seven a suspected gas explosion demolish part of the ten to building. And the euro city of magnitude. Tsk? British police are questioning two men suspected of arranging the illegal movement of migrants across the channel the British government is blamed criminal gangs for recent surge in arrivals, and is questioned whether the migrants genuine asylum-seekers, Ben Ondo reports the national crime agency said the two people arrested in Manchester were thirty three year old from Iran and a British man aged twenty four since the start of November nearly two hundred and fifty people have reached the UK by boat though. None of been reported in the last forty eight hours. The home secretary subject Javid has described it as a major incident. He's now reported to have written to the Defense Secretary Gavin Williamson asking the Royal Navy to provide a patrol vessel. In a statement. The ministry of defence said it was ready to help out a yard has turned up off southern Australia nearly nine years after being abandoned storm by teenage American round the world sailor Abby Sunderland was just sixteen when she sat CEO from California and twenty two. Ten to try to become the youngest past never to circumnavigate the globe. Singlehanded? She had to give up her attempt. Five months later when yachts mast snapped in nine meter high waves epi said that seeing the vessel reappear after so long at brought back many memories. Good not so good BBC news. You're listening to the inquiry on the BBC World Service. I'm Neil Rozelle. Started as a pinprick of light. Just another star in the firmament over months, the group, brighter becoming more and more distinct. Grew a tail like a comment, and then it grew larger and brighter still. Could be seen by day. Finally, it lit up the sky in a brilliant molten moment. And then. Darkness life on earth would never be the same. That happened sixty six million years ago, an asteroid more than ten kilometers wide slammed into earth starting a mass extinction that wiped out the dinosaurs. The same thing happening now. But this time the asteroid is us. So today, we're asking are we heading for another mass extinction. Hot one fog Magadan. A lot of people. Find them creepy. Our first

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"javid" Discussed on Coffee House Shots

Coffee House Shots

03:59 min | 3 years ago

"javid" Discussed on Coffee House Shots

"Banker. Terrible holidays number ten things is being bad for him in a personal way. Unrequited assure people have that bothered about where secretary goes on holiday. But I do think we're getting into. But if it is over what is a few dozen illegal immigrants in the country that processes to thousands immigration claims a month. And such has today defended his cool to declare this. Major incidence. I think when it comes to that holiday and the decision you d think back to when such Jefferson a different cabinet row. And it was the time of the Tatas steel crisis. When he was criticised quite heavily for being a broad, and there's a running commentary about when he was going to return from his holiday, we'll see going to and he did get very negative publicity as a response, and you can't have one to maybe he didn't want to repeat at that. He wouldn't have just this. Okay. I'm going to meet during the back. I'm just going to say see a family enjoy the ROY news. I'm back to London exactly land lesson from last time, abandoned, the safari. And partly that in the family at Christmas or just after Christmas. The again, it does go back to this point. Which is I think cabinet ministers that even more aware the normal of how the public sees them. And particularly Noto remembers around this time another common who's been in the news as Jeremy hunt who's in Singapore. Fraser, he said, the UK can learn lessons from Singapore. Do you think he's right over this is a fascinating chapter in the evil Lucien of Jeremy hunt's north long ago. He was the remainder who thought Singapore was sort of bad barren place. Now, Singapore is fantastic lessons. We can learn from them abysses innocuous sure, how plausible is coming from him. That's the thing. I mean, we have Jeremy hunt and such Javed's to cabinet members. Who are the two favorites is to resume that might happen. Any week pretty much? They might find themselves up against each other booth them a former Mainers who are now brigadiers. Booth them the fairly robust end the Brexit spectrum in the cabinet meeting. The talking about who's terrified of new deal is usually hunt and Javid who are talking as one about saying, no, we should be quite bold in this. The both of them have got problems with the rhetoric and Singapore has become the kind of touched over break. This. Here's as an example of what you can do if you're not fettered with anybody else's regulations as hetero of a nobody's seriously things we're going to get down to anything like their levels of tanks and welfare provisions. But it is something apparently the terrifies the EU. So anytime Brits want to say to the EU to give a good deal. If you don't we might just become Singapore on your doorstep thing, when it comes to Brexit rhetoric is still a little bit more believable than comes inside Javid because he was known to be your skeptic. Even though he tries to back remain. He was always known to be eurosceptic. I think Jeremy hunt that doesn't have pattern forming of Maine, quite bold statements, and then changing them quite drastic you convert the. To the Soviet Union. He is a natural. Braxton them was when he kind of is like pitching that doesn't quite fit and he tries size. And then he says something which is just gives a little bit tika. And I think when you look at what he has said to you today on on Singapore had a fee MP's get in touch to say that they were surprised to hear that coming from Jeremy hunt because if you look at those sitting around the cabinet table. Jeremy hunt is seen as one of the biggest spenders. It was Jeremy hunt. He lobbied very hard to get this mass cash spending boost of twenty billion for the NHS. An even suggested that the public would be happy having a special NHS tax. Now, he wanna have a low tax economy Donahue stone, adding hypothecated taxes, I don't know how that works to the system. So watch this space, but does feel that Jeremy hunt could be the anti-burn of the conservative party in his flipflops. If he's not careful, I think a prize either, Jeremy Hendra Sasha Javid is being able to properly define Britain's policy on migrants..

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"javid" Discussed on Coffee House Shots

Coffee House Shots

03:59 min | 3 years ago

"javid" Discussed on Coffee House Shots

"Banker. Terrible holidays number ten things is being bad for him in a personal way. Unrequited assure people have that bothered about where secretary goes on holiday. But I do think we're getting into. But if it is over what is a few dozen illegal immigrants in the country that processes to thousands immigration claims a month. And such has today defended his cool to declare this. Major incidence. I think when it comes to that holiday and the decision you d think back to when such Jefferson a different cabinet row. And it was the time of the Tatas steel crisis. When he was criticised quite heavily for being a broad, and there's a running commentary about when he was going to return from his holiday, we'll see going to and he did get very negative publicity as a response, and you can't have one to maybe he didn't want to repeat at that. He wouldn't have just this. Okay. I'm going to meet during the back. I'm just going to say see a family enjoy the ROY news. I'm back to London exactly land lesson from last time, abandoned, the safari. And partly that in the family at Christmas or just after Christmas. The again, it does go back to this point. Which is I think cabinet ministers that even more aware the normal of how the public sees them. And particularly Noto remembers around this time another common who's been in the news as Jeremy hunt who's in Singapore. Fraser, he said, the UK can learn lessons from Singapore. Do you think he's right over this is a fascinating chapter in the evil Lucien of Jeremy hunt's north long ago. He was the remainder who thought Singapore was sort of bad barren place. Now, Singapore is fantastic lessons. We can learn from them abysses innocuous sure, how plausible is coming from him. That's the thing. I mean, we have Jeremy hunt and such Javed's to cabinet members. Who are the two favorites is to resume that might happen. Any week pretty much? They might find themselves up against each other booth them a former Mainers who are now brigadiers. Booth them the fairly robust end the Brexit spectrum in the cabinet meeting. The talking about who's terrified of new deal is usually hunt and Javid who are talking as one about saying, no, we should be quite bold in this. The both of them have got problems with the rhetoric and Singapore has become the kind of touched over break. This. Here's as an example of what you can do if you're not fettered with anybody else's regulations as hetero of a nobody's seriously things we're going to get down to anything like their levels of tanks and welfare provisions. But it is something apparently the terrifies the EU. So anytime Brits want to say to the EU to give a good deal. If you don't we might just become Singapore on your doorstep thing, when it comes to Brexit rhetoric is still a little bit more believable than comes inside Javid because he was known to be your skeptic. Even though he tries to back remain. He was always known to be eurosceptic. I think Jeremy hunt that doesn't have pattern forming of Maine, quite bold statements, and then changing them quite drastic you convert the. To the Soviet Union. He is a natural. Braxton them was when he kind of is like pitching that doesn't quite fit and he tries size. And then he says something which is just gives a little bit tika. And I think when you look at what he has said to you today on on Singapore had a fee MP's get in touch to say that they were surprised to hear that coming from Jeremy hunt because if you look at those sitting around the cabinet table. Jeremy hunt is seen as one of the biggest spenders. It was Jeremy hunt. He lobbied very hard to get this mass cash spending boost of twenty billion for the NHS. An even suggested that the public would be happy having a special NHS tax. Now, he wanna have a low tax economy Donahue stone, adding hypothecated taxes, I don't know how that works to the system. So watch this space, but does feel that Jeremy hunt could be the anti-burn of the conservative party in his flipflops. If he's not careful, I think a prize either, Jeremy Hendra Sasha Javid is being able to properly define Britain's policy on migrants..

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80,000 people in UK pose sex threat to children online, according to National Crime Agency

Politics and Public Policy Today

00:38 sec | 3 years ago

80,000 people in UK pose sex threat to children online, according to National Crime Agency

"Across, the UK online and. On Talk radio on the, our news headlines at. Least eight hundred thousand people in the UK, a thought, to pose a sexual threats to children online, the starts are available the head of. A speech by the home secretary she Javid who will outline his personal, mission to tackle child abuse one hundred and thirty one people have been. Arrested in a crackdown including teachers a children's entertainer. And a former police officer Andrew Perez is from the NS PCC he now need to see. A coordinated response from government from law enforcement but crucially all from industry dragged. The heels in, the last few years

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