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"lancaster house" Discussed on WWL
"First at the Lancaster house minority seen elsewhere in the country nursing homes retirement homes can be a problem with this because of the obvious reasons he talked about is a particular concern for you guys moving forward well the answer is yes so anytime you have any facility that shelters houses of people who the most formal category either because they're older or because they have a chronic health conditions and many of these cases amid these individuals have or both they're older and they have more than one health condition you have to be especially careful which is why last week well ahead of any guidance coming out of Washington we took it upon ourselves to prohibit visitation to nursing homes two hospitals prisons and jails because we don't want this bars introduced into those areas obviously Lambert house is still as I understand it the only known cluster in Louisiana despite the fact that we have a number of cases is the only known plaster for coronavirus and and that is very very tragic because it happens to be a facility that houses older individuals and and people with with health care I'm sorry underlying health conditions both on one side that is a an assisted living center on the left side which is an independent living and as far as we know every infection actually occurred on the independent living side of that facility but but at one time they were they were sharing their meals in the same area and that sort of stuff so we have teams of epidemiologists are that have been present at Lambeth house since we discovered it as a cluster and even though I think we've reported twelve cases there the fact that it hasn't gotten worse thus far and we are we are evaluating these people very very carefully and testing them who become symptomatic you know I've got my fingers crossed that that situation doesn't get worse and you have the number of how many people get tested so far away that has I don't have that number not at all I don't think Dr B. does either but but this is what I can assure you every individual to Lambeth house whether they're a resident or worker who has become symptomatic has been tested yes.
"lancaster house" Discussed on Christopher Lochhead Follow Your Differentâ„¢
"A mobile into needs <hes> and that's what makes you know again african innovation really exciting because when you have that kind of competing power sitting in your pockets and you'll an an african he's twenty one years old and uganda will and suddenly you know that whole paradigm shift them unlocks a world of creativity a an innovation that previously no one has really seton up so it sounds exciting it is it is exciting. I think african takes go to bad name in many respects speaking to diplomats and ambassadors i've written and landon lancaster house like this crazy palace <hes> and basically it's a state. It's it's just there's this appetite full expansion into emerging markets <hes> it's less competitive in many respects but the economic <hes> opportunity is huge because there is competition and in africa. There's this thing called the informal trade six. They were just as big as the formal chaves. It's essentially an entire economy that runs in the shadows yeah yeah exactly and no one's even tapping that stuff so i think it depends on what kind of mindset you have. If you feel like the isn't isn't an opportunity eighteen africa then they won't be you know if there is and you are like myself very much you burns on the opportunities here in africa. It's exciting way to go and so <hes> tell me about the business i mean. He just won this award <hes>. What's the elevator pitch that you're giving these these days matthew where the world's pastas take story production business tech story well well. It's a story right listener. Call it what it is what it is. That's a good marketing set of advice. Is there <hes> well. I mean it's. I didn't think i mean we're in the b. Two b. space so i didn't think we you know markets is love acronyms. Ed slack we object to the team the day i don't know whether you're familiar with cross bits and all the acronyms that day that they have a dude. I'm a santa cruz. California were cross fit was founded. Dude hod hod wad whatever i have the hard body but a lot of people here do because this this this this literally the founder of cross it is here it started in santa cruz and we haven't prospered studio a yoga studio pilates studio and a pot hot.
"lancaster house" Discussed on Coffee House Shots
"So this pledge where they say that they're going to hold her to the Lancaster House other words, this single market the customs union, new ECJ what she's though effectively is the customs union of a single market it all its name, mice effectively in my opinion. What it is. But it does take the other boxes. So this is a compromise is a significant retreat of what she said out to achieve her problem. If she's think structurally, unable to communicate the she has changed her mind. I had a setback. Remember, the the thing is changed to resume of general election campaign. So to change your techno would be first of all to say to the fifty two res in the standard Briggs that can paid. You're right. I failed this test. Therefore as opposed to be morally, right? Rooting against me and listening to end the Subaru this morning that she was reconciled to this. Then some of the the workfront Soir as the other were hardcore Turia bees. And the Subaru would be right to think. Okay. For tests custody single-market, those Theresa May's deal pass this test or the answer is almost completely. So I think at a super would have harder harder time root against it. Then most of the tour peace who intended to vote in accordance to the manifesto religious. I've injuries may it's going to have to guarantee stays to sticks. And how she tries to sell this. Right. But currents Rex tears are going to be look at the stuff in the future partnership, if you look closely at this from the right angle, you can see the coast of newfound demerging this is Canada. That's where we can get to in time the other one obey. If we get a deal business on certainty will ease the economy will start growing faster. And that means that we this deal then and I can spend more money on schools. I can spend more money on the military. I can maybe do some tax cuts lots of stuff at Tories like obvio- to do. So that's why should the deal to sticks. Going to be a bit let you know in. He's finished his labors. He bought up Sobers from the underworld to base it in basically scared everyone rigid that there was this dog from hell, right? She is going to bring up no deal in the same way. And basically say do you really want to be responsible for this every business in your constituency is assuming that there's a two year trend or twenty one month transition for it to get ready for whatever the post Brexit rage? Winds are your going to deny them that time and the dog will growl in the hope that will scare people from hill, though, is from her kennel. She is her failure to prepare for new deal has conjured up this demon and same time to fret of a second referendum. And then interestingly on when she was trying warmer, countering cabinet minister last night. What she really made on was the Kuban Fred do you want? Jeremy Corbyn labour party is not this isn't like letting in any old labor party if we don't unite back vis deal, you'll get a Corbin government. And that won't be like this won't be like a labour government. That we can replace in a year's time. It will fundamentally change the country. I'm told that we're bis cabinet trees, my really ladle dot on fix. Obviously things that moment, and I'm sure he is picking different strategies for different people. But that I it was interesting that she full-fat was the most effective way to persuade this person tobacco deal. Just imagine a reciting this and in cabinets to cloak saying. Okay. We've tried everything we are going to check out to the EU, but we're not really go to leave completely. But it's either that or Corbin stroke abyss, make your choice, and my guess we'll see would be returned for the poor cast of the to his true is that our cabinet will agree with her. They'll be couple of resignations most. And she will get your way. But whether she'll pass it through parliament, that's another question entirely and just on the such Brexit backlash one event, we know will be happening before next caveat shots is there was going to be leaving sleeve protests at side, dining street at one pm. Niger Farraj leading the cries. And they're.
"lancaster house" Discussed on C-SPAN Radio
"Protecting our businesses and entrepreneurs from rules now and in the future that may not be in their interests my the chancellor was asked to identify the biggest single opportunity from Brexit After some. Thought he said regulatory innovation will then be some regulatory innovation post Brexit Alas coming, from the UK and certainly not, in those areas we all volunteered for economic vacillate not just in goods and agrifoods but we will. Be forced to match you arrangements on the environment and. Social affairs, and much else besides the former British Foreign Secretary Johnson High standards but it is hard. To talk to my friends is, hard to see how the conservative, government of the nineteen eighties should have done it's vital supply side reforms with those freedoms taken away and the result of accepting the rubik's And of our proposals for a fantastic heath Robinson customs arrangement Is that we have much less scoop to do free trade As the checkers paper actually acknowledged you which we should all frankly acknowledge because otherwise If we pretend otherwise we continue to make the fatal, mistake of underestimating the intelligence of the public Saying one thing to the EU about, what we are doing and. Then saying another thing to the. Electorate and given that in important ways the seeds in important ways this is by Brian Brexit innately I'm of course unable to accept it as I said to support because. I stayed in the cabinet session at check was and I'm happy not to speak out against it This is speaker It is not too late. To save Brexit we have time. In these negotiations we have changed tack once and. We, can change again the problem is not that we failed to make the case for free trade agreement of the kind spell. Todd Lancaster House we. Haven't even tried We try not because we will not. Get another chance to get it, right and it is absolute nonsense to imagine as. I, fear some of my colleagues do that we can somehow four to make a botched treaty not and then break and reset. The bone later on Because we have seen even in these talks how the. Supposedly provisional the comes eternal we have the time I believe the prime minister has the, support of parliament remember the enthusiasm for Lancaster hawks and for Mansion House and it was clear last night It was clear last night It was clear that there was no majority in this house for. Return to the customs union With goodwill. And common sense we can address the concerns about the Northern Irish border and all other borders we have fully. Two and a half years to make. The technical preparations along with preparations for world trade, outcome those preparations which we should now accelerate we should not lead not, be stampeded by anyone but let us again aim explicitly for that glorious, vision of Lancaster House a strong independent, self governing Britain that he's genuinely open to the well not the miserable permanent limbo of checkers. Not be democratic disaster of ongoing harmonization with no way out a no say for the UK We, need to take one decision now before all others and that is to believe in this country Because I can, tell you just because of the UK's admirers And there are millions of billions across the world Are fully expecting us to do what we said and to take back control and to be able to set new, standards for technologies in, which we excel to behave not as rules takers but as great independent actors on, the world stage and to do free trade deals proper free trade deals for. The benefit and the prosperity of the British people that. Was the vision of Brexit that we fought for that was the vision that the prime minister rightly describe last year That is the prize that he's still attainable There is time and. If the prime minister, can fix that vision once again before us then I believe. She can deliver a great Rex in Britain were they. Positive self confident approach that we are night this party unite, this house this country as what.
"lancaster house" Discussed on C-SPAN Radio
"I do pay. Tribute to the men and women of the foreign Commonwealth. Office who have done an outstanding, job over, the last I'm very proud that we have rallied the world against. Russia's barbaric use. Of chemical weapons with an unprecedented twenty eight countries joining together to expel one hundred fifty three spies in protest at what happened We have rejuvenated, the Commonwealth with a superb summit. That saw Zimbabwe back on the path to membership and now wanting to. Join and we all leading global campaigns against illegal wildlife trade and in favor of twelve years a quality education for every go and we have a flat fact going up in nine new missions in Africa, and more to come so that. We had overtaken fronts debase the biggest diplomatic network of any European country Mr Speaker would, have been possible without the support, of my right honourable friend the prime minister everyone who has worked with, her recognize her courage and her resilience and, it was my privilege to collaborate with her in promoting global Britain a vision for these country with great clarity At my house on January seventeenth last year A country eager as she said Not just to do a bold ambitious and comprehensive free trade agreement with the EU to the customs, union out to the single market but also to do new, free trade deals around the world I thought it was the, right vision then I think so today but, in the eighteen months that have fully it uses, a folk of dot, has descended and even though our friends and partners liked the Lancaster House vigilant what they were expecting from an ambitious partner what they, understood even though the commentators liked it the markets liked it My friend the chancellor, observed the pound salt We never actually turned, that vision into a negotiating position in Brussels and. He, never made it into a negotiating off instead we. Did it and we burn through negotiating capital we agreed to hand over forty billion times exit. Fee with no discussion about future economic relationship we accepted the jurisdiction of European. Court over key aspects, of the withdrawal agreement and worst of all we allow the question of the Northern Irish border which had been assumed on all sides to be readily soluble to become. So politically, charged as to, dominate the debate The statement by the right honorable gentleman must be heard and by longstanding convention it is heard with courtesy and without heckling this device Johnson No one, on either side of this has anywhere once a hard border you. Couldn't construct one if you tried but that's certainly can be different rules north and south of the border to reflect the two different jurisdictions Will ready The can be checks away from the border and technical solutions as the prime minister rightly described at. Mansion House, in fact there, already are but when I and other Right on friendly full price and proposed further technical solutions to make customs and regulatory checks remotely those proposals. Were never even properly examined if such. Solutions had become intellectually. Undesirable in the context of the argument and. Some hot off to the December don't report whose backstop arrangement we were all told was entirely provisional never to. Be invoked, it became tabu, even to discuss technical fixes So this the speaker after eighteen months of, still fee retreat we have. Come from the bright certainties of Lancaster. House to the the. Checkers agreement you put them side by side Lancaster House said laws will. Once again be made in Westminster Checkered says there will be an ongoing harmonization with a common e you rube Lancaster House said it would be wrong to comply with e you rules and. Regulations without having, a vote on what those rules and regulations Checkers not makes us rules takers Lancaster House said we don't want anything that. Leaves us half in half out we did not seek to hold on the bits of mention as we leave Checketts says that we will remain in lockstep on goods and agrifoods and much more the sides with disputes outlier. Adjudicated by the European of Justice Fall from making laws in Westminster there are large sectors in which ministers will have no power to initiate innovate or even deviate off the decades which UK. Ministers have gone to Brussels and expostulated against costly regulation we are now claiming that we, must accept every jot and tittle for economic help with no. Say of our own and my way of.
"lancaster house" Discussed on FT Politics
"Vince speech was unsurprising co genton perceptive but i think what it did to quite important he was really take pops of both extreme brex tears and extreme remain is for that lesions around these issues and whether or not impossible if there's lot of kind of shoulda woulda coulda going on at the moment will prime minister shouldn't have triggered obstacle fifty when she did and so on we'll find but to use the famous white whole phrase we all we all and most importantly the conservatives didn't quite lose but almost lost the election last year and that makes the parliamentary mass very very difficult and compromise is just going to be required so brick stairs won't get everything they want and neither will remain is but i think on the security side idea think the eu is being very unreasonable here i think it's possible to differentiate between what's happening in economics and trade whether it's obviously a rules based framework overseen by the european court a do you think it's different on security because winter is may back at lancaster house over a year ago said we'll all security corporation is not unconditional everybody went up so you crazy and now she's saying it is conditional the ticket grunted and they're saying well you have to put in all you can offer as an unconditional security defense guaranteed but by the way you can't even use galileo probably until we workout thames we're going to be working in the future thought i think is unacceptable and i think it's quite possible for the eu to separate security and economics trade motto point you to think really gets the thrust of all this is that in a way some conservative breaks his haven't accepted what happened this time last year when tweet somme when's the pose put her vision of breaks it to the country and the country's sort of didn't really give the thumbs up with them down in a way it was a stalemate resort and the parliamentary with mick is holding so far on the government can't really get away from us those people like mystery small who really want to go for clean break and would happily see a no do they don't accept where the numbers off of that i will be careful overeating brexit into the two thousand seventeen election but i think the basic factors for whatever reason people voted we ended up with a hung parliament and.
"lancaster house" Discussed on FT Politics
"Ministers it's the sort of thing you might have expected to see once upon a time on it's a knockout a different different cabinet ministers lining up behind two different projects into which one of them compulsory tweak it so it gets across the line i simply no idea what that is about the comes appoint i think in political journalism where one does stand back and say this stuck and that's the problem is for me if i stand back and look at it the central issue remains max fact the maximum facilitation idea which is basically the idea that you have a hard border but you do everything possible to facilitate the flow of goods across it ease in many ways the most realistic outcome i mean from the point of view of business a crate some concerns for companies in the motor industry but at least it's something realistic and you can see it this for boris johnson he has got to explain to the cabinet also to the wider public how this maximum facilitation is going to be agreed by the european council that for me seems to be the problem because the british made a commitment that they would be absolutely no heart border at all between northern ireland and the republic and maxima facilitation as boris johnson himself at knowledge sometime ago does involve some kind of granularity at the border that seems to me to be this that they have to try and get over because customs ship is very vague and magical but at least it promises something to europe the max fact doesn't that's the but i understand i think that actually that if you look at you know to eat some vision for brexit there was set out in lancaster house an attitude several times maxim facilitation is really the only thing that sort of chimes of that and the way the only way you do something different is if you am change that visit fundamentally the pulled me got laura is that in december when the first ages of the deal was set with the eu is james said it said no infra s.
"lancaster house" Discussed on BBC Radio 4
"Customers partnership idea which we understand is the chancellor's preferred option which this group of mp's on the eu is saying is not workable it would involve us collecting tariffs for the eu the eu doing the same for the uk something that jacob re smoke says it's just doesn't deliver brexit well we'll type on here is that about a year ago prime minister gave a speech at lancaster house seat which she set out a strategy for the future relationship with the eu twentyseven the deepen special partnership but she she wants to see in the cabinet wants to see and she had a paragraph there about the need for new customs relationship as part of that now that was followed up last summer by a government paid because we all understand the background i'm asking you why you think the customs partnership idea is workable when the eu doesn't like it and we heard from the irish government earlier as well saying that it was what had been put forward by the uk up to this point had not been acceptable are you putting something very different this time why is it that you believe in it with richard speck show you're wanting to talk to you about the the outcome of of cabinets conversations that have taken place yet that will start the off to do i was trying to say to you was the ideas that were published in in a policy paper last summer have been the subject of intensive analytical by civil servants over the months since they'd been looking at the the practicalities the operational challenges that would have to be some magical all these problems the legal risks and so on and this way the first time today the cabinet colleagues to sit down and have a constructive discussion that that's there is something new or something substantially different to what the team before saying to you that this being a lot of analysis by our civil servants of the options that have been published the entire cabinet is determined to make sure we end up with a new customs relationship with our e you neighbors that will preserve and enhance opportunities for jobs investment in the united kingdom have no heart board on the island with island and give us the opportunity to forge a global trading policy is your preferred option the customs partnership other than the.
"lancaster house" Discussed on BBC Radio 4
"In ireland so we nobody wants to actually just a wrecked new barriers to trade between ourselves in europe with thousands of customs officers you wanna go awesome the president arrangements extremes jobs factory we benefited maybe before years i think the end parliament's decide what is the national interest this is a big subject and we're all side about today with this guy myself suggest to you the people of this nation have decided him well they voted to leave the european union they were voting to leave the customs union that is the reality is it's not the reality do the pistol loggers that's all the time john redwood divides obscure statements well that's well they say now but he wasn't what the referendum was about it wasn't even mentioned the boris johnson went round reassuring everybody that it was alarmist to say that that trade would be affected the jones needed to settlers their mercedes italians the trade will continue whether we are in the customs union on north that is the whole point that's the essence or will either the body believes that you can't possibly put in create tariff barriers in customs delays as everybody in businesses ministering is for the last twelve months you can't always ignore the spokesman for the business in this country tickle sectors of the economy very badly damaged indeed and we're free trade we're meant to be talking about a freetrade future in the world what an earth of the british putting their efforts into putting new barriers info to going back to the referendum the referendum was about where the money was going to be saved and giving to the health service where the seventy million turks and serbs we're coming here if we stayed in the the the only lasted five minutes marketing customs union at the end of a campaign most members of the public will be forgiven for saying they'd never heard anything about the single market in the customer jeanann this present confusion arose with the lancaster house speech which the which is after the referendum when to resume was persuaded she got to cheer up the brexit tears and suddenly the customs union and the single market we know that john john read was on the program and our goes you know and he said he he talked about the customs union we on this program talk about the customs.
"lancaster house" Discussed on talkRADIO
"Customs union of now we've always been very clear we're leaving the customs union along with leaving the single market as we leave the eu but she is also load still talking about being member of a customs union a customs deal of some sort with the eu is a big per cabinet meeting on wednesday ahead of a customs union vote in the house of commons on thursday which is being seen as crunch time not just for brexit but also for trees a man her thirty in the government but how risky is it now that we may be seeing brexit in name only how much is theresa may giving away she sets out to options in her mansion house speech only last month minimizing friction on trading avoiding a hard border in ireland however under the first which is thought to be theresa may's favor option britain's would effects collect e you import tariffs on behalf of brussels however brexit is say that that is actually not a good deal for britain and will leave us affectively tied to the eu forever well let's talk about all of this with lord lawson for me nigel's and of course former conservative chancellor and kane brexit he joins us now good morning she lotos good morning how big a deal is this week in terms of this vote in the in the house of commons and indeed the battles within the cabinet over the future of the of the uk off to the eu very important moment indeed you recall that right at the beginning of oh presence in lancaster house speech sitting out terms stole the prime minister said very clearly that no deal is better than a bad deal and she repeated subsequently in the house of commons and is repeated on numbers of the asians is absolutely right that is the case and what is happening now is she's being maneuvered poppy by her officials icing into being on the brink of concluding what is a thoroughly bad deal both politically and economically and indeed no deal notrade deal would be very much better is this a ramona plot in cahoots with the eu negotiators like michel barnier that some of the accusations that have been made over the.
"lancaster house" Discussed on FT Politics
"Just see exactly where we are which are really on the table at the moment and whether the uk is really under pressure the end state that i've just described as one of them the second is the question over northern ireland which which relates to lat because one of the central problems you have is that because the uk is now saying it doesn't want to be in the customs union it adds to the problem that you're going to have tariff checks and rule of origin checks at the border between northern ireland and the republic and so that his once again raising the whole question of how the uk is going to do something to guarantee an invisible border are one of the things as alex has been reporting very well this week that the eu is now doing is because it's so uncertain about what the british warmed it's now trying to get legal tax tabled precisely how this invisible board is going to be maintained and then the third issue which has got to be resolved is the issue of the transition and there the uk the uk basically started out by saying it wanted a standstill transition but since the start of the year it's been asking for a certain number of qualifications to that such as the uk doesn't want to have any new eu laws apply to it it's made some very specific demands over the status of eu nationals who would come to the uk after march 2019 and all vat has created a deep uncertainty over whether even the transition is a given so we've come to the end of the week rarely with british business and european business but british press this particularly been really really uncertain about where things are going on with more and more people i think looking at preparations for a disorderly brexit because it still is a very strong possibility it's a it's a very serious situation to be in particularly when you consider that we're now a year from mrs maes lancaster house speech since win although that seemed to lay down quite hard lines on for example the customs union and the single market.
"lancaster house" Discussed on talkRADIO
"Demands on the nhs are much higher as well is there an element where this does come down to money and things are getting worse because of a lack of money uh yes when i was on health civic committee we did a loss of value for money and there are many ways in which the health service could be changed to improve value for money but even when you've done that they're still won't be enough because we're all growing older the amount of uh treatments we can give a getting better and more expensive so we've got to have more money and if you talk to people almost everybody would be perfectly happy to have a little bit extra port onto income tax if it was dedicated hypothecated to go to the nhs and that is the fairest way to do it because income tax you take money from people who got it you don't take it from people who have them costly it so that would be the answer to me yeah we do need more money and that's the way to get it took switch a tentative to speak to you from independent mp a member of the national health committee very much appreciate you joining us let me give some you'll tweet sipuru gates the news at will about that this brexit meetings today the at theresa may's hair she said sharing a metal war cabinet meetings eleven members of the cabinet are attending this meeting today the sultan after prime it's this questions and again tomorrow as well they can thrash out the government's brexit policy yeah i'm is amazes you all that we don't ask you already have that russia and i've said he could be see one thing to theresa may before that meter we need that meeting because they once they what would it be well janusz tweeted to say we should lead march 2018 saw making deals now the eu wants to talk they know where we are jane says stick to lancaster house that big speech she made.
"lancaster house" Discussed on talkRADIO
"Finer is it a fact that we've got such a week prime minister at a weak government that that we perceive these things are threats a we're we're reading something into it that isn't that just at me stated that these the facts you have to pay the bill will will punish you for dirtier mirador figure is repeater revived disgust over for decades he takes a very different views of the european union he faces a benign organization our campaign since masstricht which the anniversary of which is today by the way to get us out of the european union and there have a referendum on we've got its in the british people have spoken this is the time when during this present phase we do where they have to be very realistic about israel and the bottom line is that uh pizza and the others of his kind of i've really got to understand that this is a master of national interest uh yes we won't see corporation europe we won't in the sense in which we want to be able to trade with them but not on the terms on which they are now trying to proceed which is basically to threaten this and it's completely unacceptable it's not dr strangelove somewhere out that trying to sort of uh creates a situation which is supposed to make the british people cower in syria absolute rubbish we will do that and it's time actually that we made uh opposition even era but it does have to be a negotiation and i'm not getting to say that we can just simply up sticks walk out today or tomorrow but we are getting very close to a situation where we we're going to have to really make it clear to them if they carry all not this as the lancaster house speech made quite clear we would have to walk away it can still castilian pizza stain ankles longtime eu escaped sebokeng maastricht xenova street's status diana hater now amazon also yeah he's a heat death threats being made and we we need to stand up to the mouth an awful lot of tweets from people who just felt in fed up to the backseat of the eu making threats and also have cowry whether you voted remain all voted breaks it is time has never for the british but political not just the government whole political establishment to.
"lancaster house" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM
"The living standards of the british leisure urged ahead that until the ten thousand seventy eight air quality and the sense of those who feel they are left behind through that's what we all the elected those of us who were defused gestured retaking party man the great normality of the 1990s with hindsight having member approved by the public what what we goal at our peril was this isn't ready benefiting everybody said what would you do now now address that question which she she has addressed in speeches at what would you like what would you i've talked about dealing with several the corporate excesses i think you've also got to address what are you going to do to switch on the economies of all those areas which the american school rust belt places how you're going to get more of the investment more the bald men should go this steadily it can rejoin the modern world and derived the benefits from the globalised economy which they can derive like everybody else but at the moment lot of their electors quite right in saying look around this town virzy here it's it was the regions and in fact global grace the jim o'neill blow lord nail who's the former chairman of goldman sachs pointed to and saying actually i might have got it wrong on brexit because he had warned about the the trouble for the economy in the short term as thank you teach a is isn't worried about trouble we've gone religious often you you said the shortterm consequences will be quite unpleasant i cannot tell you how severe but if the currency collapse you have a significant increase in interest rate that didn't happen now didn't have what you have was a significant increase inflation which meant median wages we get to declared i didn't go over all the do rubbish but in the national media the the national media are now are they normally carry on about the term like robots are going media but the national reporting of the referendum was disgraceful as the campaigning by leading parties do you so all they did report the rubbish on both sides in terms of wind along with the economy is going to be manage can you see a route through this process we're actually the uk instead of having for years been quickly inside the eu sits comfortably just outside yes i would go back over the lancaster house speech.
"lancaster house" Discussed on Coffee House Shots
"Can i ask you put your vision of that is well i mean it it is not just my vision it's what actually has been discussed in cabinet already before the lancaster house speech before the florence speech before the white paper published which is an overarching free trade deal but including services which candidate hasn't uh with uh individual specific arrangements aviation for nuclear if a data oh series of strains which we've worked tactical most most of the base the where we stop now and then the thing as michel barnier himself said the thing is how we managed divergence that's the point how we maize divergent so doesn't undercut the access to igf other going so the four and we could do that's a local control if if the basic deal i'm a big very crude about this but is canada plus the city was something like canada plus plus plus as well as lots will be putting people but he's less well this is a difficult it is for instance the french want steam as much as they possibly can to the fact that they can i will use that word that's your were that's my were possible appropriate grab whatever as much as it is they possibly can now it's perfectly possible that that will make a very difficult negotiation and then that cannot be done within eight months so if it's not finished within eight months what happens i don't agree i mean if if if more like a year than eight months in truth we want is a bespoke outcome we'll might will probably start with the best of canada and the best of japan and the best to south korea and then add to that the bits missing which is the services thanks to shut a stomach ulcer joint bought outlined neighbors position on threes may steel and the parties who brexit' strategy in particular mob kings took about freedom of movement and he she where labour has had difficulty in adopting a consistent approach since the referendum you really thinks the agreement to resume struck this week means that britain will in perpetuity stay very very close to the single market and the customs you yes and i think that's the right thing and i think we should hold her to that because that goes to the heart of the question morsel to do we will.
"lancaster house" Discussed on 860AM The Answer
"The oldest is married my cousin anne as a matter of fact his major passion was bridge almost every saturday night there was a major bridge game going on over at the lancaster house burt show app in his big round cadillac and i think he would just hunk my dad would go out there and the than when jargon the morris just because he became a famous movie star didn't change the fact that they prove that was still is friend burt had a better sense of who he was than almost any man i know because of that there was nothing that i know that he was afraid he he knew exactly who he was he was he was comfortable with it so he didn't have to change when he became movie star and what a relief that is firm in when he doesn't have to change through years because he is a we use and he knows who he is and here's some final words from burt lancaster rhonda fleming actor peter antara terry more i'm a pain in the neck i try to direct the picture i the elder act is how to act people hate me and when it's all over there why not loving me i don't know why any time burt was in a film in one icl senate any time is on television you wanna watch the match it magnetism any harm it seemed like he never forgot where he was front which is raring most people most people try to run away from win for he was proud of his background he was reverential about the people influenced in his life and i think that's why people like him so because i think they see in him and sells it still seems like he was from the audience insinger part to suit from the and that's not an easy thing to do for an accurate general especially for an act of works such a large way i think the uniqueness of atlanta asked his persona is that he could be to every party when everything wanted him to be well it could be with great wisdom to sell he be the act but that that west sky writing the plains with kirk douglas he could be what emily he encompassed it all.
"lancaster house" Discussed on FT World Weekly
"Look at the latest yougov poet came out we chose the majority of people still think we should leave the eu that the still a belief the referendum decision was something that cannot be gone against now but i think public opinion has shifted much more towards some kind of soft brexit i think what's happened is that back in january when mrs may made the lancaster house speech she was very popular it had a lot of the lot of confidence in the country appalling polling was high and some of the country was behind that but the country has clearly gone against mrs mary at it's clearly given up on her even if the conservative party a still sticking with it for the time being but because it's gone against her it's also suddenly got a lot of doubt i think about that hard brexit prospectus that she put out and it's shifting towards something which is more of an accommodation so i think things have certainly shifted toward something which is more positively comic the other thing we haven't mentioned as well which i think is going to change the public mood which again is the most important thing in some ways is this has been a week for pretty poor economic data in the uk we've seen a significant rise in inflation up to two point nine percent of sharp fall in retail sales real wage growth is very low indeed the bank of england came as close as it has for some years to raising interest rates in its latest report so i think that is also going to change the mood what something which is at the softer end of accommodations with eu at of course the moods sifting now artists briefly it can't shift again so it's not inconceivable.