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"jonathan ashworth" Discussed on LBC Election 2019

LBC Election 2019

03:17 min | 4 months ago

"jonathan ashworth" Discussed on LBC Election 2019

"I think there is a massive problem coming down coming down the track. I'm very pleased that the money was made available Nhs a recovery and there was always going to be needed so look at me. I'm being slightly more positive about the government social care proposals than you are. Don't like the national insurance approach. I see that kissed. Armories is making a speech. Today in which he is proposing a a attacks on landlords. I think that shorthand for the fact that the national insurance the national insurance increase of course will only be paid by People who are in work although there also a extending it to cover people. I suspect like me who get some of our income from dividends from companies And i think narrow also increasing the age at which is a paid so that it doesn't stop at retirement age if you're earning above a certain amount in In old age so this is an attempt to try to make it there up up to a point all not in the Patient is going to pay national insurance. But they will pay the one point two five percent I would have gone further now. I have to say. Even if i even if i gotta risk roster the pensioners but do you not think though an try and take your party political hats off to you know. Think that labor's response. This week has been absolutely pitiful. Where i had a. I can't remember seeing interviews with a many labor from bench people in this area. I kendall has liz ken list on a few. But i haven't seen jonathan ashworth. Montauban seen jody reynolds much We had an sawyer month. Voices guy needs to take a slip. We had emily stoltze on cross question and she was afraid. Hopeless giving any answers as to what labor's policy was now. It's not her policy area but she is chairman tariff the labor party and she could say was a well. The the people with broad shoulders must Take more of the burden a whoopee do. Thanks for insight. We really know what labor can offered. Now we they've had years to come up with the policy. An all they can come up with is motherhood and apple pie inanities. No i didn't quite agree with you. Ian firstly shows you a little bit this candle sets out quite a wide ranging set of reforms that she thinks necessary only some of which have been delivered and only partially by these proposals. One secondly is complete illegitimate position for an opposition. This far out from a general election to say will determine our tax proposals when we get closer to the election. But we don't believe for a nash. That national insurance is the right way to do it even though we did it when we're in government for the nhs she slightly different well. Most of this was the nature says not different to it's slightly different in the it was a okay..

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"jonathan ashworth" Discussed on FT Politics

FT Politics

08:23 min | 6 months ago

"jonathan ashworth" Discussed on FT Politics

"The personal responsibility for example. Everyone should return to work gradually. If they're currently working from home they should try to meet people outside where that's possible and is and recommended that people should wear face coverings unless they're exempt so several. Let's begin with the general easing plan. We knew this was coming was trialled and we talked about it in the last week but we heard from all the government scientific and medical advisors on monday. This seemed to be a particular note of course kris which about this concern about the. Nhs being overwhelmed that the government has four tests for easing and or the be met except that one would have we seen in the figures in terms of hospital because it does look as if admissions advising quite quick. But what level do we have to get worried well One of the things is that nobody. Whether the medical and scientific advisers all the politicians have ever actually committed themselves to figure percentage reno shall we say of occupancy that would actually trigger a concern so serious that they might even have to think about taking a step back but certainly this week we have seen hospitalizations. Continue to rise quite sharply. They've now breached. The five hundred admissions day mark for the first time in many months which was one of those sort of psychologically rather bleak and alarming moments when you think how as recently as april in may we were seeing incredibly low admission rates so i think the the trajectory certainly is alarming. And we're seeing perhaps a very slight moderation in in the sort of attentiveness. Zeke were some infections are rising with this most certainly are still rising but perhaps it a very slightly reduced rate said that you know given the hospitalizations obviously follow infections. Usually couple of weeks or so later. That could point to the possibility that hospitalizations also will start to reduce. But the moment i think there is still huge uncertainty about the direction. This is going to go in now. Do you think this is a mistake or not. Because that's been the view of people outside the government in the scientific community saying that we shouldn't be doing this. An fact that when case arising so rapidly ending all facemasks ending wall social distancing app is very mad thing to do well. I suddenly think the absolutism of this is a mistake. And i think there's something very doctrine area and in a political about the decision that says began to remove all these restrictions including for example the requirement to wear face on public transport a position which is not supported by the public. Not even close to. They absolutely won't restrictions to continue. And it feels. If boris johnson wants to be able to say look i gave you about your freedom and it was just so the car new took it away from your some other metro man. So i think it's a very strange decision which actually is not going to boost public confidence in could actually even act as a brake only economy as people start. William these cases are everywhere. Now maybe i should be more careful so it could have the opposite effect to the one at once on a low is it would always be very tough for certain segments of industry in. It's very hard to see why you think nightclubs. Aw okay right now. To to reopen given the hudson schivonne vaccinated or only partially vaccinated young people who go there so it does feel like a mistaken lessons. I am broadly a recognize the argument. That says sooner or later you have to reopen. The vaccination process has removed the risk of massively reduced. The risk of those most lights diane. At some point you have to accept. People will get ill but as long as they recover that sold matches. I do buy into that argument to an extent. But i think the absolutism they brought to it may welcome back to bite them. I was very struck in the commons a week or so ago when kissed refer to the delta variant as the johnson. Verron saying Decision not plays the borders to india in time that led to this new spike. And i think the political risk for the conservative is that if things do start to get meaningfully was people will be able to be able to look at this government. Say this actually. This one's on you you have. The evidence ignored it. Will one person who agrees with evolve. Is jonathan ashworth whose labour shadow health section in response to saudi javid. This is what he told the house of commons. The sexiest of state has taken a high risk. Indeed fatalistic approach trying to gain what might happen in the uinta deciding. That infections are going up anyway and instead of caution. He's pushing his foot down on the accelerator while throwing the seat belt off. We sarah on this particular thing about mask. This is probably being the biggest control oversee this week. Because when you listen to sanjay. Javelin boris johnson. They talk about government by diktats which is a famous heavy. That you've got the tories. I won't get away for missile idea of government telling you exactly what to do on everything. One of the things they've done is to face mass optional yet than across the country that being made compulsory by transport for london by andy burnham on buses in manchester by andy street on public transport in the west midlands in scotland that would be managed in wells. They're going to be mandatory. Do that the government's gonna you turn on his or do you think it's just a fact. They know where the mood of that party. Which is very anti mask. And also they've gone so far down this road. It's a bit late to change their minds. As roman says the key thing which perhaps boris johnson and his colleagues have only recently begun to grasp. Is that the majority of the public. Wants to go on wearing mosques. They actually feel fall doing it. So it feels safe. Boris johnson and his colleagues were steeped in the cultural assertion wing of their own party. Which has she said is just desperate to throw off the yoke curve being the nanny. State if you like but that this really does actually jar not only with. How so many other britons think but also the speed with which infections have been rising so somehow the government has just sort of missed. The the moved on this one. I do think that's the case. Nothing you know. It will be very interesting to see. Come monday or put do and don't mass. But you have got visions of people going on east coast trains or west coast trains where they're not making mass mandatory. We won't wear them even when they. Al managed on say transport for london. You can imagine seven what low anymore. I'm not gonna do it. Then you can imagine having lots of scuffles over that it's gonna be a very interesting test of this tool philosophy that's much better to put it in the hands of individuals while in the hands of governments. Not absolutely right. I mean i think sunny visiting. I'm traveling on the tree quite often unhappy with the lawsuits each week. It's become increasingly clear to me that fewer people wearing moss and few people are wearing them properly. And i think once we get to monday people all the people don't like malls new religious. Feel strong again to start saying that. The laws on my side. I didn't have to do so. I think it's a bit like speed limits. In a way. You know you have a speed limit of seventy miles an hour on the most when we all know that lots of people break the speed limit but actually also acts as a guideline because they break it by less than they would if there was no speed limit all i think the same is roughly two with moss growing. They're always people. Don't want to obey the rules. That wanna by the laura. I think they can ignore it. But when it ceases to be the law that number of people will go up because they feel they have cover to do so now so. Let's try and put in an optimistic mode for one moment. So let's say that we are approaching the peak of its some signs as recording this that actually cases the rate of growth is starting to drop off a little bit. Is it essentially that. We reached peak of this exit. Wave in terms of infections about this first second week of august which is also the point when the nhl painting apple no longer happen if you'll double vaccinated and then obviously it starts to come down. 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"jonathan ashworth" Discussed on Coffee House Shots

Coffee House Shots

04:10 min | 7 months ago

"jonathan ashworth" Discussed on Coffee House Shots

"The governor made such a big deal about this being irreversible. As you've seen in israel where they've had to reintroduce a mosque mandate using the irreversible when it comes to kobe political hostage to fortune. I think so. That i think is a big danger of the government. I mean the philip. Thomas analysis on the spectator website is well worth reading. He remains very confident that the protection offered by the vaccines means that the nhs is not the hospitals are not going to be overwhelmed even though this delta varenne is more infectious more transmissible than he has i calculated in his models so think the biggest danger for the government is having to go backwards or the danger of the government is the things that are still not sorted. I think you'll see a lot of people saying while it's great that you sorted out the the rules about people going to the pub in verse school drinking and all this. But my child's you're a clause home because one kid has tested positive. And i know that there are not that many weeks left in the summertime but i mean considering the levels of disruption museum to education there will be a lot of irritation about that those on the risks of one of the other things that are motivating the government in going ahead with july nineteenth is. They don't want this exit wave to coincide with the return of schools in september. And i think if you delay for another four weeks you would be risking or even a fortnight you be risking that factor and that would risk starting another school year with massive levels of disruption. So i think the government has essentially decided that now is the least worst moment to ease up and to and to go for this. What is undoubtedly a fairly big bang rehabbing and isabel. Let lay the sit in this. Because we've had some and the shanna cabinet saying they want to see the evidence behind. It seems to be the the line that labor taking. And we'll have more on that from jonathan ashworth later this afternoon when he responds to such javed's statement but there was also an interesting response from labor.

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"jonathan ashworth" Discussed on Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network

Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network

07:56 min | 11 months ago

"jonathan ashworth" Discussed on Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network

"Spooked. Nick news british prime minister. Boris johnson has defended plans to give nhs staff in england. One percent pay rise amid warnings. That nurses could quit. Johnson said the government is giving workers as much as we can in the tough times of the covid pandemic the rise which is less than inflation is being considered by an independent panel would cover most hospital staff labor says. The proposal goes against a government. Promise made last year to give. Nhs work as a two point. One percent pay rise shadow health secretary. Jonathan ashworth said chancellor rishi had been cowardly when he sleeps out the announcement day after his budget. Nurses have described the proposed payrolls as insulting with the unions threatening strike action. Warning what they call the pitiful rise mainly to staff quitting their jobs worsening staffing issues in the health service. The royal college of nursing has reiterated. Its call for the government to making you turn on the one percent offer and his set of thirty five million pounds strike fund. The uk must prepare for a hard winter. Because you're listening to the heartland newsfeed radio network broadcasting live twenty percent. This stream is supported by advertisers and contributions by you follow us on facebook twitter and instagram. 's one point nine trillion dollars. The senate passes the latest corona virus relief bill by the narrowest of margins. I'm an charac fox news. Gop senator lindsey. Graham on sunday morning futures with maria barreda. Romo a difference. A year makes maria march of twenty twenty. We pass a one point nine trillion dollar bill the same amount of money ninety six to nothing because we understood the need to fight kobe a year later march twenty twenty one the democrats have the house the senate and the white house and what did we tell you if they get everything. They're going to run us over. The revised bill returns to the house for another vote then goes to the president if approved almost a year to date since the pandemic began some states are lifting covid nineteen related restrictions former cdc director. Tom freidan talks about mask wearing on fox news sunday. If you keep a mask mandate can place you'll be able to open more and more likely to keep it open without risk to people not just other customers but the workers as well. I do worry about restaurants and bars where people maybe speaking loudly without masks on texas and mississippi lifting mask mandates and allowing businesses to return to full capacity president biden calling the decision neanderthal thinking. Two more women come forward with allegations against new york governor andrew cuomo five women now accused cuomo of harassment or inappropriate behavior. Cuomo apologise on camera. This week for making people feel one former aide. Charlotte bennett is now responding to analysts. Claims quote. She was proud of her role in the executive chamber but was dismayed that the governor never asked her about her work focusing instead on personal questions about her appearance. Meanwhile the governor's administration is also under review for its nursing home policies during the start of the pandemic and for not counting patients who died at hospitals. Fox's alex hogan america's listening to fox news increased security continues for the capitol building since january. Sixth recently it was revealed. Fbi director christopher. Ray was not informed of threats until after the attack despite some prior knowledge of threats the fbi used a geofencing tool to be able to strip data out of a particular location during the capital breach that poll included records from members of congress records that showed no connection to the rioters type of direction or communication. But if members of congress if the legislative branch of government can be swept into a massive collection effort by political actors at the fbi department of justice. Just imagine what they can do to regular americans that they want to target for their politics. Gop congressman matt gates on sunday morning futures with maria bartiromo. It's spring break season. But there's some new rules spring break ain't what it used to be at least not this year. Thanks to covid. Only twelve percent of americans are planning to travel to a traditional break destination that includes one of the east coast hottest spots florida's fort lauderdale in an effort to discourage large crowds and slow the spread of the coronavirus. The warf a popular fort lauderdale destination in a friday announcement posted on social media says that no out of staters under the age of twenty three would be admitted. And that's just for starters. Those who are admitted had better wear a mask. Karen mccue fox news for those shivering across the great lakes and the east coast. Some welcomed warm temperatures are on the way across the great lakes across the northeast. It's still really cold. It is also breezy because of that feels even colder thirteen right now in boss in buffalo ten in boston so the cold air is in place. It's gonna change. this is about the end of it. Warm temperatures right now these morning. Temperatures here across parts of northern plains are warmer than you would typically your daytime highs but the same year. So it's really warm reichman if people keep telling you to try meditation and you're like when when i have time you should check out head space head spaces here to help. Head spacious your daily dose of mindfulness in the form of guided meditations in an easy to use app. Head space is the one of the only meditation apps advancing the field of mindfulness and meditation through clinically validated research. 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Check out more news and weather on our website at hotlines. News dot com. you do. He'll be coming up after nine. Which therefore explains why moats medic. Dr ranji brock is with us on our earlier and you could tell it in our allah because his clock is working and you can see it behind him. The are our new to this. There's a multiple set of conspiracy theories about the fact that dr each clock is sometimes not working and one was thought to have disappeared. Turned out to be by these head. Doctor ranjit thank you for joining us. It's been another good week. At least in britain. On.

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"jonathan ashworth" Discussed on Grumpy Old Geeks

Grumpy Old Geeks

01:58 min | 1 year ago

"jonathan ashworth" Discussed on Grumpy Old Geeks

"This is because they stored the test results in the file format known as dot X. L. Ass these. Files were then sent to the NHS after uploading to a central system. However, excellence is an outdated file format and each spreadsheet can only have sixty five thousand rose by contrast. The Dot X. L. X. X. File format. Stream which was first. In two thousand seven so is over thirteen years. Old allows for more than one million rows because the limited number of rows each spreadsheet could contain about fourteen hundred cases leaving excess cases off the file together. So yes, idiots. So that's what happened although the issue was reportedly fixed by splitting the files in smaller batches many are slamming public health England. Why are critical? Databases in a national pandemic posted on Excel. Spreadsheets Jonathan Ashworth Labour Party's shadow health secretary said now I WANNA business guard with that on exactly why aren't they using specialist database software because there's no need to why would you develop your own database software when perfectly acceptable ones have been created and been around for years and you just have to know how to use them. Yeah. I mean. Go get a copy of my sequel. Justified it's totally fine if you know how to use it. Yep. To. So. So there you go and the story about Pan tone came around now I you, and I are very familiar a pan tone. If you're not a graphic designer haven't worked in the field, you may not know what it is. Most people know that pan tone has something to do with color, but that's about its pan..

"jonathan ashworth" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

02:59 min | 1 year ago

"jonathan ashworth" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"Look at commodities oil prices some suggestion that they're close the ball some way I think W. Tian riding on that fed me up full seven percent at twenty four dollars a barrel at same time gold really extending its such pasta sixteen hundred currently actually have thought fifteen a hundred and seventy two but looking closer to that sixteen hundred level Goldman saying now is the time to buy billions of Kitty supposedly but gold prices today that's a pretty big business flashy thing guarantee more of what's going on well Sandra thank you the container by was locked down in India to get the biggest stock market crash on rankled the repeal say slumped to an all time low further threatening prime minister Narendra Modi's hopes of reviving the economy domestic flights will be suspended from midnight today complimenting the nationwide rail shut down in St curfews India's infection numbers are indeed low but health experts say could be the next virus hot spot as this climb almost a thirty percent in France the health minister says the government recommends against prescribing the anti malaria drug chloroquine or using it for anything other than severe cases France is participating in a multi country study looking at the efficiency for experimental treatments one of them is clover Quinn and the spending limit for contactless cards is being increased because of the corona virus outbreak people will be able to spend up to forty five pounds that's from April the first UK finance says it was already considering the changes but introduce them early to make sure customers could easily pay for things they needed cheering the pandemic global news twenty four hours a day on that and QuickTake by Bloomberg powered by more than twenty seven hundred journalists and analysts symbol than one hundred and twenty countries I'm Liane Karen's this is Bloomberg Russia Leon thanks for that now Boris Johnson has announced via any restrictions on movement in the U. K. in a bid to combat the virus outbreak people can now only leave home shopping for one full of exercise a day old for a medical appointment ordinals to help a vulnerable person they can also go to work but only if absolutely necessary he says the shadow health secretary Jonathan and sure supports the strict new measures this is about saving lives this is a really really serious virus people are dying of mall people suddenly going to die so we have to take these measures and they have to be enforced popular so that was Jonathan Ashworth the labour MP Sutter health secretary the police will be able to find those who flout the restrictions buds by thirty pounds the Metropolitan Police check has already expressed concern about enforcing that as many offices are actually showing signs of illness themselves London mess at the con is edging people not to add to the pressure of the police these rules are these.

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"jonathan ashworth" Discussed on PRI's The World

PRI's The World

11:58 min | 2 years ago

"jonathan ashworth" Discussed on PRI's The World

"Game and so then the thing was to study and make further checks Then I went down to notify members of the staff. Well they were electrified. And if you feel the motion has somewhat lessened that. Thrill Pluto fans do not despair instead head to New Mexico where tumble went on to teach astronomy and where a law has been passed. That says Preto is still a planet when it passes through this guys. I don't have any problems with Pluto planet or not that's the BBC's Rebecca would you're listening to the world. I'm Marco Werman. An average of ten women were killed in Mexico every day last year. Campaign to Stop Violence Against Women say the government is not taking the problem seriously. People think that by pointing out the differences. You are somehow saying that. Men's lives in this case. Do not matter. That store is still ahead. You're on the world. I'm Marco Werman. You're with the world. We're a CO production of the BBC World Service W. H. Boston NPR for two weeks. Thousands of women have been marching cities across Mexico and responsive to horrific murders one victim. A twenty five year. Old Woman reportedly killed by her boyfriend. The other was a seven year old girl who was abducted from her school and found dead in the southern part of Mexico City. They are among the victims of an astonishing level of violence against women in Mexico. An average of ten women were killed every day last year. According to official government figures to help us. Better understand why this is happening. We turn to a Stefania Availa Badeah. She directs inter-sector. An NGO working to end gender discrimination by the way before listening to our conversation please note. We will hear descriptions of violence as Stephania president under as Manuel Lopez overhead. Door says this is not about gender violence. He says it fits instead within violence overall in Mexico. What do you make of that? There's a part of what the President says that is true and that cannot be ignored. The murders of women in Mexico started rising precisely at the same time that the murders of men in Mexico started rising at the end of two thousand seven and it is precisely when the so-called war on drugs began so in that part what the President says is true. The problem is though that when you just say that you also ignore that there are also important differences in the way men and women are killed. What would you say are the components of violence against Mexican women? Today that you believe makes this trend really more femicide well for example when you look at the murders of men and women is much more common for women to be strangled than men. It is much more common to for women to be killed with a knife or through blunt. Objects it is also more common for women to be victims of sexual violence either before during or even after the murder than it happens with men it is also more common for women to be killed in the home and it is more common for the women to be killed by their intimate partner. And I think the cases that have been immediate sized in the last few months are an example of this. There's the case of injury by her partner who months before her killing had denounced the violence to authorities but authorities did not do enough to help her get out of that relationship and the result was this man kilter and tortured her and we saw it again This past week with a seven year old girl who was adopted abducted raped and then killed and left in a trash back. So it's not that the broader context of violence is not a fact to take into account but this gender signifier are also important for us to see them. We need to take everything into account and designed policies that are able to give women both away out and give women the possibility of not living this violence in any way so you see that distinction but it appears many people across Mexico share Lopez over doors opinion that this really is all about kind of the context of violence overall in Mexico. Why do you think that is such a common perspective? We don't only see it for example in the in Mexico in I think in the United States the battle over black lives matter and the response with blue lives matter is also another example of how when groups try to draw attention to the fact that people in reality do not necessarily enjoy the same rights. This formalistic idea of equality kicks in and I think we see this here. People think that by pointing out this differences you are somehow saying that this is worse or men's lives in this case. Do not matter. But the only thing we're saying these are the actual facts and if we don't recognize that murderers don't just happen in the streets but the also happened in the whole you're not GonNa have solutions that address both problems at Stephania. You've been a very visible advocate for women's rights in Mexico for years Your research but you've also had a video blog and you write in mainstream publications. Have you yourself faced harassment because of your work? And how do you deal with it? I have say we see it every day when you try to challenge the way things are there will be a reaction. I've lived and most women. I know that have raised. Their voice has in one way or another lived questioning. As to. Why you're putting forth the issues. Who are putting disqualifying the issues themselves. Every time there is a protest. There is a reaction have protesting. Do you plan on taking part in future protests yes and yes there are protests planned as you know the eight of March is coming up on. The eight of March is the International Day for women's rights. So it's always an important day precisely of reflection as to what the of women's rights are and I think that the point is that we need to demand more Stefania Villa Barbara in Mexico City. She directs intersect an NGO dedicated to ending gender discrimination. As thanks for being with us. Thank you so much. The UK made its Brexit from the European Union. Just two weeks ago and today. The government announced the complete overhaul of Britain's immigration system for decades anyone from the E. You could move to the United Kingdom and work legally not anymore as the world's ORLA Barry reports from London. It was one of the promises of the Brexit campaign. Vote to leave the European Union in order to cut down on immigration and today Britain's Home Secretary Pretty Patel said the government's new immigration plan would do just that this new points space system will take back control of our borders and this will be the first time in decades the UK government will able to determine its own immigration policy. The new plan is similar to the immigration system in Australia. It's a points based system. Workers have to reach seventy points before their permission to work here. Legally you get ten points for example if you speak English twenty points if you've got a job offer in hand and more points for certain skills and Qualifications Pretty Patel says it means that only highly skilled workers will now be coming to Britain. But what about all those low skilled jobs where we'll those workers come from the home secretary says they're already here? There are over eight million people. That's twenty percent of the workforce age between sixteen to sixty four in the UK who were economically inactive. So it's important that businesses and all sectors engage with them and invest in people. But there's a problem with Patel's numbers. Uk Government's own statistics show that almost eighty percent of that eight million include students retard and sick people and caregivers. Jonathan Ashworth is with the opposition Labor Party. He says Patel. Anti Conservative conservative. Party are clueless. No only of these proposals hugely damaging for our economy making a complete mockery of Tory claims to level of our economy the potentially devastating for our health care sector are on H. Us and our social care sector has always relied on international recruitment. And it's not just people in the healthcare sector who are worried. Hotels and restaurants are hugely dependent on workers from the EU Damian. Virginia is a celebration chef Britain. He was head chef at the London. Olympics at is coke for the Royal Family is originally from Poland. Anti says this new immigration system would keep people like him out. I came to this country no English. I couldn't speak English. I didn't have a job. I started twelve thousand on salary. I was working seventy hours a week because I had vision. I wanted to achieve something. I wanted to do. Something very special in this country and now if this point buy system would be implemented in two thousand and four. I wouldn't be here from Virginia. Now runs a fine dining restaurant in the east of England onto the government's new plan. He be expected to recruit most of his staff from right here in Britain. He says he's happy to look at. Cv's from local job applicants but there's a problem thus fine. Where are the civvies from debris? It's you know I'm waiting for this. Send me to surveys. We have seventy percent. European restaurant working percents British and if any more British will apply. I'll be more than happy to take him aboard paying the salaries and let him work weekends. Evenings nightshifts no problem does open please. The new immigration system is good news to some though a skilled worker would be defined to someone with the equivalent of a high school diploma instead of a university degree. And that goes for anyone no matter what country they come from conservative. M P Neil. O'brien says the points based system is likely to end up boosting wages for lower skilled British workers or think certainly will create pressure for higher wages. People may in some cases have to pay a bit more in order to get people and yes if employers do just want to rely on really low. Wage Labor from overseas is an option. We want to see the investment in people in skills machinery rather than just more and more coming ABC's prime minister. Boris Johnson weighed in on twitter. Today he wrote that. The new system would close welcomed the best and brightest from around the world while maintaining full control of our borders. I ask chef genetic what he would say if the prime minister are as Home Secretary walked into his restaurant this evening. Well I will. I will invite Elsa but I will charge more because this is how now if they want me to pay more for the wedding stuff when to charge more so dot. Com does open. Please open from six. The new immigration system is set to go into effect in January of next year. And that means both the government and the private sector have about ten months to prepare for the new rules for the world. I'M GONNA in London no question about it. There is one generation that has found its voice on climate change. You all come to us. Young PEOPLE FOR HOPE. How dare you? Greta speaks up about the threat of climate change. But a new report says there are other immediate threats to kids globally..

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