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"lisa nandy" Discussed on The Leader
"And i think this is far enough. He really wanted to talk about the human side of his job so he was very moving talking about his daughter who did his her. Jcs's this year And he feels guilty that he didn't give enough bandwidth to her which i think does humanize him and and i think there is no harm in humanizing politicians. I think i do feel for them because in career they have this very fast quite brutal news agenda constantly being asked to the headlines. Which if it's hard to see another way to do that. I think what he was trying to do with me was per man behind the policies across everything he said about education came from a good place. I mean you can't not agree that teachers have done. An incredible job deserve our support. Education needs more investment No one. I can't even imagine being education secretary a time when you have to close schools twice and not wanting to again. He spoke well a mental health There was a lack of detail and and kind of some politicians who i've interviewed before. Let lisa nandy for example. She is just on top of all the detail like forensic command of all avert a that no sort of person. We'd want to be involved in that game williams and the hearts there. He talks the talk. But i think the marcus marrow thing exposed the. He isn't on top of every nickel bet of his brief. Which isn't good enough. He told you that his plans for the next few months include closing the gap between state and private schools as quickly as possible. You were talking about him. That's an admirable goal in something that education secretaries from from either policy for decades of and seeking to strike. But it's not particularly specific policy agenda. Does he have one how hard to tell. I mean he could have been talking to me in general terms because it's a features piece. It's not education specialist publication but time will tell and unli- obviously with with these things what education secretary hasn't went to close the gap between state and private and from him. It comes from a real place because as he said he's only the second education secretary since the second world war two have been to comp which slightly fudging it because there are some been to grammar schools but anyway yeah again the detail and the yeah it would have been interesting to hear more about how you're gonna do. Did he struck you as a man who was about to be shuffled out his job. He didn't you know. I mean maybe. I'll be proved wrong. And and look like an idiot but he. He's got plans up until christmas. He's planning a school visit on the day tomorrow when the set. That might be a reshuffle. So i think he stopped me of the man who really want to get on with the job after the pandemic i mean whether or not there yet because obviously there are still she's ventilation in schools vaccines over what teachers covert just to name a few I mean he kept on saying drive and deliver so he's structures man who's still kind of chomping at the back because i mean he hasn't really been able to do his job for two years. And if he does have plans he hasn't really been able to instigate them because it has been firefighting code. Which i think anyone would sympathize with now williamson likes to keep her on the down low. But i hear he has a pet tarantula. Would you like to talk us..
"lisa nandy" Discussed on Coffee House Shots
"Document uk forward slash pins. Declaim this offer. Now and welcome to coffeehouse shots spectators daily politics put cost is and this. Is the sunday rondo. No one could argue that. There hasn't been anything to talk about since sunday into shows made their last appearance in july the latest thorny she to hit the headlines as the government's plan to reform the social caste system and how it will be paid for the conservatives pledge not to raise the rate of national insurance back in two thousand nineteen but andrew maher challenged the vaccines minister deems a hobby to deny the newspaper reports. Such a rise was on its way. Should people be paying more tax to get better social care will. We are actually committed to reforming the social lie. Question should people be paying more tax. I i will bring forward proposals. And i'm very happy comeback on your pregnant when the details are published to discuss how we will pay for better and reformed adult social. Now it's worth remembering andrew that we put six billion to help councils that is unreal infested include additional support for. I don't stocial cat plus the additional two billion specific funding to reduce transmission. And both of the what else so in social essay but we will take will work with national partners with local partners and those would lived experience of the social sector to get this right and get it right is we are determined to do so as a leading conservative minister. You can't sit there and tell me we should not be raising taxes. You stood on the manifesto specifically promising not to raise vat or income tax or national insurance. Are you going to break that. Promise you made the voters. Well as i say. We're determined to reform the session as when we bring forward this proposal. I am more than happy to come back on your program and explain how we're gonna pay for that and explain. The proposals can't improve is not to to try to run ahead of ourselves on this interview. because okay no proposal have yet been published. It's only right that when we publish them than making come and discuss them on your shirt. Trevor phillips also interviewed to hallway and asked him about the recent advice given by the joint committee on vaccinations and immunizations. Which is all cute against giving carpet vaccines to children. Aged between twelve and fifteen however the ultimate decision will lie with. Uk's chief medical officers it looks a bit like what you've decided you don't like that non advice and you want some different advice quickly. Is it necessary in that in that sense to have a decision to the chief medical officers this week. Which is what i understand. You've asked for so. I think it's worth just reiterate that the j. c. b. I have said that it is marginally more beneficial to vaccinate than not vaccinate but not enough to make a record the national recommendation. But they've also been very clear. Say that that decision is based on things that they are qualified to look at and they recognize that there are other factors that could harm the futures of and that is why they recommended that medical offices look at this and then the full ministers. i'm the sexiest state. And the devolved. Administrations martha's off the ford chief medical officers to look at this without being very careful and very quickly on this whatever you decide. Can you assure parents that. If there is a decision to vaccinate trotter fifteen-year-olds it will require parental consent. I can give that assurance absolutely phillips also asked about the government's plans to introduce mandatory vaccine passports philology events so we all not act by the end of september when everyone is had the opportunity to be fully vaccinated a for the large venues that he's that could end up causing a real spike in infections Where we need to use the certification process. And if you look at what. The faa have done done so brilliantly in tons of checking vaccine status to reopen Football that is the sort of bright thing to and we absolutely on track to continue to make sure that we and there's a reason for that driver. The reason being is that i as does the prime minister want to make sure the whole economy remains open. The worst thing we can do for those venues is to have a sort of open shop open shot a strategy because we see infectious rise because of the close interaction of people that's how the virus spreads if people are in close spaces in large numbers. We see spikes a bearing. The best thing to do then is to work with the industry to make sure that they can open safely and sustainably in the long term and the best way to the is to check vaccine stages on timeframe ta poor in feed the former chancellor. Philip hammond he critiqued any potential rise in national insurance rates as a former chancellor you know move on most the complexities of funding social care. You think national insurance rise is either desirable or workable as a solution. No i don't you're right. This has been a long problem. I mean to be frank with you. I was looking at this challenge. When i was in opposition health spokesman nearly twenty years ago. We haven't managed to solve it yet. This is incredibly complex problem but the issue is an increase in national insurance. Contributions is asking young working people. Some of whom will never inherit property to subsidize. Older people who've accumulated wealth during their lifetime and have a property and on any basis. That has got to be wrong. No you'll famously. Of course no more most about what. It's like to propose a national insurance rice. He tried to self employed twenty seventeen. There was a backlash at the time. Do you think the backlash this time will be child's play if the chancellor goes ahead with an insurance rise yes i do. I think that if the government were to go ahead with the proposed increase in national insurance contributions breaking a manifesto in order to in order to underwrite the cat costs of older people with homes. I think that would provoke a very significant thing because the the government the conservative party significant damage. I also think it's the wrong thing to do. It's not just about political advantage economically politically expanding the state further in order to protect private assets by asking poor people to subsidize rich people has got to be the wrong thing to phillips interviewed the foreign secretary. Lisa nandy about the situation in afghanistan where it is estimated that there are hundreds if not thousands of british.
"lisa nandy" Discussed on The Red Box Politics Podcast
"Think really indicative of something so yes is a bit of a displacement activity. Forgive me for a moment while a displaced we could do without it just to be clear. I do think that was definitely an error by the way. I don't think necessarily that he'd be come back to this country you would have in quite taken control all that it would make any difference whatsoever to the situation but it was an appropriate thing. He should've done it as so much in what's happened but cities all stuff that i sort of rebel against the creation of this issues When when the issue so much bigger matt but just to be clear. I don't disagree with you david. That is obviously You know obviously right and and it was definitely a mistake on his part. It's not where my criticism of him lies. I don't think that he's somebody who's souls doesn't take his job seriously and is lazy but the problems of different But i do think this was a mistake. But he's a. I suppose the the question is deed. You have a view on the situation afghanistan and You know part. The problem is this conversation. We wouldn't start from here but him where we all right now. This whole situation the build up to the britain's relationship with america the government's ability to forward plan To take decisions on actually the go. The uk government -bility to get other allies other than america on bowls. You know a lot of those ultimate goes about to boss johnson but a lot of those questions do run through the foreign office and it's not just about what domino didn't do didn't do last weekend but it doesn't suggest big strategic thinking go his. He's always very hard working in. I'm sure some papers and signs them off and all of that. Does he have any idea where britain should be in twelve twelve months five years ten years time in terms of its position in the world. You get the sense. Not david it is. I think very well. It is extremely difficult. I mean we discussed some of the things last week. When you're on holiday. He tried to get home. I always thought it was fine for stay there for a couple of days. Exactly they tried to get you back because they said. Look dan david discussing this. And you're going to want to be there kind of you know shepherd it into some kind of conclusion. Weren't we somehow had to kind of manage how to manage without you And you're obviously right. I mean Biden announced the withdrawal was going to happen back in april somehow or other. We discussed this last week. We missed it and a by. We missed it. We all seem to have missed it. We knew it was kinda happening. We made some kind of commentary about it but we didn't understand the significance of it. Now the government. We could say the government's to blame it's intelligence for not understanding what was going to happen but as we both said at the time last week you had testified that the americans will somehow or other through their incredible kind of abilities and resources have worked out what the kind of problems are on. We'll have coverage you from them and what we discovered was that they hadn't in any way whatsoever. That was incredibly difficult. So i don't know whether it was delivery governance on the part of the british government. I mean when it comes to these things. I don't reside a lot of confidence in this government and its strategic overview and its capacity to manage disasters. I just don't. I just don't see it and other people may regard that as being unfair. I hope that if this were government more to my liking and it were to reveal the similar characteristics than i would be similarly critical we should point is is amazing stat which i think i saw on question time last week. Lisa nandy the shadow phone safe donate rubs opposite. Number had never mentioned the word afghanistan in the house of commons until parliament was we called last week. So it's not like the opposition particularly this and bucking that. There was gonna be an issue that the kiai in afghanistan deadline which we seem to be completely cough gaba. I suspect in part because attention of media political establishment the government and the opposition. Very much focused on Corona virus and. This is one of the things which is which seems passes. What are the big Things that the world the country the world faces right now is is climate change. We had that report a couple of weeks ago. Warning red alert for for the planet and just sort of go back go back to our business extinction rebellion in london. Right now David trying to put back on the agenda again does unveiling a big pink table and lying the transit van Does that help all hinder the climate calls using. I don't honestly know but you know london's full of people demonstrating about one thing or another at least with extinction rebel rebellion there. 'cause is a good one whereas with half the people wondering around under their causes are bad. The only thing i would say is you can only measure these things really by by the impact. Does it help persuade people do the things that you want it to do. And the short answer is bonus. If you really piss people off then it won't help you language. Chafee it's up. It's unlikely but there might be children mystic. You think they don't know that you don't think children know that word and don't use that would every day okay. Well fair enough. It's your show. So i shot a fried it with my polling language anymore. Actually just cool you out the first time i him but anyway if you make people fed up then in that case it doesn't necessarily help your cause very much. If only behind you manage to do it in such a way that you don't make them fed up and your attention to it. Then that's what good. Decent protests is for so But those those are my conditions by and large..
"lisa nandy" Discussed on Woman's Hour
"Stances for the protection of women and girls to echo. What malala of soy to say the attention has gone today towards refugees and what specific countries can do to help the foreign secretary dominic robb speaking on the today programme earlier on radio four refused to say how many this country will take as the details will be coming from the prime minister and home secretary in short order but what should our response look like in a moment your hair. The vision of lisa nandy shot a foreign secretary. But i'm very interested in your views and your take on this. Do get in touch usual. No numbers of ways to do so. Rachel's already done so on social media. She says safe passage. Refugees should be agreed between all the countries who had a hand in afghanistan. this includes women children and men. I've seen criticism on social media of the man trying to flee on the american planes for quote the abandoning of women and children. It has to be all of them. Where are you on this us now. Perhaps there's also some experiences that you wished to bring to bear and stories. You wish to share very open to hearing those as well also on. Today's program challenge accepted. Lisa tarbuck on radio to challenge his hair out women's hour to talk dental health and menopause. It's happening. I hope she'll be listening. And all of you to of course. I'll be speaking to a top police officer about the delicate balance between privacy injustice in a special report and will be talking pens. I'm a big fan of them. I'm sure i'm this bigger fan. Are you part of something. Called penn talk. We'll explain that. Do you love the humble pen so much that you could sit for hours watching others. Use them. Lots to come but i today. The is pulling together a specific plans to help. Afghan refugees come to the uk and sessile girls and women will be especially helped. We know already that the resettlement scheme will be based on how the uk is syrian refugees in the past. And we've been told more. Details are coming from the prime minister last night. The home office said the had admitted more than three thousand three hundred afghan interpreters staff and their families the uk resettlement already. The home office said and this is a direct quote it will be guided by the capacity of local authorities when deciding how many afghan refugees can come to the uk. We did invite a member of the government on the program this morning but no one was available. Lisa nandy is the shadow foreign secretary an mp. For wigan i spoke to her just before coming on dominant rob. The foreign secretary has been giving interviews this morning speaking on the today programme earlier and has yet to say because he said it's for the prime minister in the home secretary to announce how many refugees this country will be taking from afghanistan. How many do you think it should be. We've had numbers from germany at ten thousand candidate. Twenty thousand this sort of thing that drives journalist match. But i am reluctance code number on it because we don't yet know the scale of the refugee crisis. What were absolutely clear about. Is that the students. We have an obligation that big afganistan we spent twenty as in afghanistan. We have a long history in the country and we know that there will be a significant refugee. Crises was already seen around three and a half million people moving internally within the country. I spoke to a friend afghanistan last week. He said that around thirty to forty thousand people were leaving the country every day but the scale of the crisis will depend very much on what we do next..
"lisa nandy" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York
"Class not that I'm callin help you with this three Baker rated business slash state routes correction a measure of panic use your time wisely for European equities tumbling with heavy volumes as global markets retreat in the face of coronavirus now in forty seven countries you suck six hundred at the moment down by three point nine percent heading for the worst week since two thousand and eight visit to dax jumped by four point one percent the European market remains of vulnerable and we think it is Hoff way through an equity correction that's according to Societe generale cross asset strategist this morning the phone is the plans that we saw overnight in Asian equities and also on Thursday all three major U. S. indexes ended down more than ten percent from their record highs US futures at the moment being pummeled ahead of the market and then down one point six percent of S. and P. five hundred futures at the moment Citigroup now expects zero growth in global earnings full full of twenty twenty it says the bond market's Italian bonds tumble yields jumped ten basis points now Boone said bonds yields down five basis points of negative sixty yields on the ten year U. S. government phones hit fresh record lows the company we are ones but one nine percent for benchmark a US ten year yields down seven basis points is zero pound a crazy idea it really depends on your recess recession risk if you are that's where the commodity markets been because the index hit a new low this morning oil on WTI crude sinking right now trading at forty five dollars forty eight about doesn't have a business such a his and get in free what's going on around the world Caroline thank you let's bring evil on the corona virus outbreak cases in South Korea have jumped above two thousand Japan is closing schools to limit the spread of the virus Nigeria has confirmed a case the first in subsaharan Africa officials in Hong Kong while coming out for the test to confirm if the infection can be spread to pets not softer dog was want to have a quote low level of the virus and also just want to bring you some breaking news Switzerland has banned events with over one thousand people that's on coronavirus fias and that bond will run until March the fifteenth now in other news here in the U. K. labour's handling of antisemitism has dominated a TV debate between three MPs helping to lead the party his stomach told an audience in G. spree there were massive rows in the shadow cabinet over the issue he went head to head with Lisa Nandy and Rebecca long Bailey in the contest to take over from Jeremy Corbyn the winner will be announced on April the fourth and finally teenage environmental campaigner gratitude that will make a speech at a protest in Bristol later with tens of thousands are expected to Indy join her seventeen year old founded the school strike movement in twenty eighteen prompting millions of students worldwide to walk out of lessons Avon and Somerset police are warning the demonstrations have grown so large usual safety measures may now be an adequate cable news twenty four hours a day on it and QuickTake by Bloomberg pallets by more than twenty seven hundred and less than on the symbol of the one hundred and twenty countries I'm young parents this is pulling back informed perspectives and expert data driven commentary on breaking news it is nine twenty in the city time to get to Bloomberg opinion today we're going to go over to calm as Marcus Ashworth he's writing about the market impact of the corona virus specifically how the outbreak is impacting corporate debt so we're so caught up Marcus in in in the in the cascading equities you know global stocks route that if we look at maybe you know the treasury's but otherwise fixed income is not really on my radar right now what's happening well if you should be because it it's all units that's why we brought you on full told the list but I made up the equity market's been caught napping and it's panicking to get itself back into a more violence situation regards to cash in its book value have been a lot of passive funds in this letter shall affect here that they will have to do the same thing the same time I think it's going to have it done I'm gonna be very brave and says this will be the perfect time to buy it's a weekend this is when except people have to clear outs and getting such a cached the call and they have to wait to do it because the risks that something terrible comes over the weekend more times than often thought never actually transpires and look I think the world has to get a bit more realistic about the number of things one this is this is a a preventable curable condition which is akin to flu not above the law at the same time there is very little to almost nothing that monetary policy can do to to to correct this in a look at the Hong Kong monetary David because they had a come to cash this week this is a governmental response and I'm really who took contributed to has the G. twenty we should be looking towards the ECP that's another thing the fed did so in the bank of Japan and and these guys are not doing anything in a rush and they'll probably right too I mean look we will wouldn't wouldn't mind a fed rate cut or a nice expressions a pull and that party wouldn't hurt the done three insurance cuts won't have a full but the market's pricing three this year that seems to my my ridiculous and I think of course the markets of bullying the fat and so far they say nice I saw the writing which is better I think so if I use a curable I guess it's it's recoverable is that you can celebrate but yes you can recover from account you have the right special yeah but since it's so we need to keep that in mind obviously at at at markets as we look at this and I've been asking this question morning about global leadership I'm way that's going to come from because remember the time of the financial crisis it was kind of the central banks that cut came together and did those coordinated rate cuts DC's difference so you suggest we look to the G. twenty instead what could they do that would calm markets I mean this case is outside the area the realms of a financial analysis I suppose but is it something to exactly the commitment of money and old being all following the same rules well I thought what's the point of these these predictors organizations that I do something times than needed I mean if you look at set up to them to find the city I mean look at Europe amid the Eccles undoubtedly had interceptions isn't just as Germany the Germans seem to be just about beginning to start waking up with the Schultz is allowed to actually put this temporary break on on the black zero budgetary requirements Evan in the European Commission needs to do its bit and relax a bit particularly deadly I wake up and simply look at what look at the U. K.'s doing fortunately look what the Japan or to be doing pretty well being very soon because they're just ops that sells tax and and walk straight into a negative six point three quarterly GDP the world needs to shift to fiscal stimulus away from on a tree he is the perfect reason to decide I wish we had more time with you because I have an interview with Jens Weidmann later today and I got to run my best some questions no I want you to help me with questions actually call you after the show because you know what I want to know also you know what can he do what should he do what is the central bank plan for a supply side problem they can't do anything right yes we we don't have time so we don't Brent crude dipping below fifty dollars a barrel just want to say that for the first time since December twenty eighteen European equity markets now down by four point two percent of the stock six.
"lisa nandy" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York
"Coronavirus cases in China have risen above seventy seven thousand the nation is postponing its annual legislative meeting but the virus is also spreading further afield world South Korea now has over seven hundred and fifty confirmed infections the nation's presidents putting its on the highest level of alert and Italy has become the epicenter here in Europe with a the one hundred and fifty cases the country has canceled the Venice carnival and is studying stimulus measures president trump says he's optimistic the US and China can reach it quoted great trade deal that says he announced the two countries all set to sign a deal with three billion dollars in military sales it comes during his official visit to India he spoke at the namaste trump event later he set to visit the Taj Mahal let's go save it to Germany where chancellor Angela Merkel's party has plunged to a record low in the state election in Hamburg yesterday the latest would giving the first verdict on the crisis consuming the Christian Democrats provokes Patrick Donahue has all those details the CDU fell to just above eleven percent and the German port city well the social Democrats secured a victory and support for the greens surged the CDU has been hobbled since Merkel's era parent and a great crime car bomber this month's scrap transitions to replace the German leader Michael has said she'll step down after the next election which is next autumn at the latest in Berlin Patrick Donahue timber daybreak Europe and thinking is beginning in the contest to replace Jeremy Corbyn as labour leader members and supporters of getting that balance this week with the success of finally announced on the fourth of April he has stomach Lisa Nandy and Rebecca long Bailey of all said they would give jobs in the shadow cabinet to their rivals if they win and Rebecca long Bailey says if she loses she will be happy to serve okay release of a brilliant and we all got along with each other in real life despite what you might see on swift's ever anywhere else well I would be happy to serve on the any of the leaderships and I know that he was members would expect the same thing at least twenty four hours a day on it and QuickTake by Bloomberg pallets by more than twenty seven hundred journalists I'm I'm less simple than one hundred and twenty countries I'm gonna Gerrans this is Bloomberg Caroline thank you so much thank as that with the world news now the morning sports news with that fantastic win by including the vote because Colin Bessie England a second in rugby union Six Nations this morning off the base in Ireland twenty four twelve at Twickenham yesterday tries from George Ford added daily and Luke Callen Dickey contributed to the impressive when captain far was happy with England's fast top performance especially very constant I'm not show them the way that we could give you the confidence to good luck to everyone so that Liverpool commercial that twenty two point lead at the top of the premier league table with a win over west ham tonight things makes outfit with the visitors looking for victories take them out of the relegation zone the moment just you know it's the fifth this morning after a three no when I was struggling what for the old Trafford pulls the bottom side Norwich by the same school and also if it came and within three to an entertaining encounter in north London so it's it's twelve points clear at the top of the Scottish premiership Exeter already have eight points to the top of rugby union's premiership leaders continue the dominant starts the season by running in eight tries just a fractional Thompson fifty seven seven okay.
"lisa nandy" Discussed on Remainiacs - the Brexit Podcast
"You for that'd be Dake home He said is moderation. The policy or the tactic. This is key for left-wing parties to decide are are you going for center-left middle of the road policies or are you going for a radical manifester. That's it's delivered in a managed incremental step by step way for that was I think what Labor never decided and they wanted to do all those things in five years and pretend that it would be a hugely smooth and manner. We see that in the leadership race as well. I do think there are certain words which really resonate with the base if you see in kind of some of the statements Long Bailey. Bergen so like just the number of times the word socialist appears radical-socialist Socialist. Very very exciting inside the party Not necessarily instantly popular in the nation at large and so away from the idea was to to to be as radical and socialist but act radical associate without necessarily flanking. It's up as search. And and the idea was to basically normalize. I wonder if we've got another you know we've we've got almost five years. Maybe the thing to do is to normalize these policies because if you introduced broke free broadband that's now you know by twenty twenty four. Either the policy would have been knocked down or people would just go. We've been hearing about this for years. It's isn't that the thing. It's it's like the normalized stuff in my view. The Labor Party is just not modern enough and that is a key part of the problem bloom so they talk more about ideology than policies. I'm not interested in one hundred and fifty year old ideology that underpins stuff important important as it is. I'm interested in how it translates into practical everyday stuff and I think so of voters so we have to find a way to translate that because out there in the country for decades. The Tories have been seen as the practical ones and labor. As the ideological one's in those two things are seen as mutually exclusive. I don't agree They're not but that's the perception and the only person got over that bump was Tony Blair. In that's why he on three elections because he was seen as practical he defeated that massive obstacle. So when you say we're going to give everyone free broadband by twenty thirty. Thirty will be a thing in twenty thirty. Why are you promising this huge infrastructure projects that may mean nothing? When you could say we we will makes we will keep six G state-owned? We know there will be new mobile technology coming up and that every time it sort of put out to the highest bidder. Why not just say which is a cost neutral thing next mobile technology? We're going to keep it in house. Yeah I mean exactly I agree with Alex. onyx in that At one of the big problems with Corbin's administration apartment Corbin himself okay. copiously chipper from Cohen himself was that he was continuing looking. Backwards and policies is like Braille reader. Marie nationalization was a key example of are actually not that many people in Britain take the train very often You'd you'd be surprised. How few is it doesn't matter that much to people? Yes it's a policy that a number of people will say who might or might not remember when the trains were nationalized. Oh yeah that's a good thing but but it's it's not going to be key to the huge challenges. The huge new challenges that politics is going to face the next decade. And you know it sounds like cliche. We can say it now but things like like climate policy things like math migration. These things are going to be so much more important than renationalising flipping trains and yeah and there's not enough a forward thinking that was too much well. This labor did in the past so it must be right as most of it's an internal left-wing debate isn't it with the word socialism because it was to do for so long long under the leadership to use. That word to say. Now is proof that okay. We're putting with a blast of bed. It's essentially part of an internal left-wing communication about Blairism. And I think the same is it's true with trains but you would not spend that money in that way if even on transport even if transport your primary concern you through all of that money at buses obviously you would if you really care about about the poor. But that's not what it is it's really a reversal of the privatization. which is the kind of privatization those buttons that work? There's beg it-it's teas that kind of like. It's it's reminded scholar and Cable Street and the kind of the glories of old. It's always identify the Labor left and the Tories. Don't do this the toys on constantly going on about achievements of Tory government's way back when and Oh when we beat the print workers at wapping. They don't they don't really care in the same way. The lab is is sort of like a member Bridgeton really good piece about this a few months ago. Just that sort of suffocating NAS towel jer and insistence on the roots and the way to kind of meals to the base is always to just be like to bring up the names of the flags in the past and and all that and it's a particular thing which sometimes I can find very kind of moving but I didn't know whether it's you You know it's like I love Billy Bragg's between the wars is a song. I wouldn't make that the manifesto but even nationalizing utilities. There is a modern way of of expressing that you could for instance say that we will introduce a nonsubsidized state player in all those sectors. You Know Northeast Northeast. Railways was run for a time because the franchise collapsed by a government department. That was a completely independent agency wasn't funded by anyone had really good response from the public. who were traveling? Good really high satisfaction reviews and was putting money into the government coffers. So if you express it like that the next time we you know we advertise a franchise. The estate play will also compete for for the same term frustrating when people say socialism or when you get the sort of you know the lunatics the sort of right wing think tanks you constantly use the word capitalism awesome and sort of think of the free market the solution to everything. I didn't know anyone in fucking normal life that thinks that capitalism or socialism on its own is the solution to problems. Everyone is aware aware of market failure. Everyone is aware that you've given you know that you don't want the state to make fucking t shirts so on that basis you have to. How do we make it work? And in Europe you often see interesting thing. I did exactly along the lines of what you're saying of dealing with this sort of thing. You said in many countries across the world. But as long as we're just stuck in the nationalization versus free-market it's sort of like these two fucking bricks to smashing pointlessly against each other. We're not gonNA fucking get when the battle is. How do you keep mixed economy? Honest that the only show in town town for both right and left. How do you keep a mixed economy on us? It's let's say what from those those two Corbin era manifestos Should be kept was really valuable. Because I'm you know the two thousand fifteen hundred million was very very thin and uninspiring. There's some good ideas but overall it didn't sort of dream big So what from the Carbonara do you think. Would you definitely want any future leader to these stuff outside. The European issue was commissioner very good so closing the detention centers think closing y'all's words most of the immigration policies. I think there was also a challenge. On the spousal visa system which is particularly obscene. I'm so most immigration policy though so from Diana was very strong outside of the European free movement issue where they have an industry prevaricated you. I would keep nothing Not because there's nothing there worth keeping in there may be things that are very good policies in deserve to survive survive but I think in many fester is telling his story. It's putting together a narrative and think Kuttan pace from an older manifesto is not the right way to go about it. You have to decide. What is the story? We are telling the country. What is the vision we are selling and the NITYA policies into that Tom? Ross Lisa Nandy has come out. Swinging engineer interview species have lots of policy she's put forward and then also ones which you just kind of performed would in response to to engineers questions what. What sort of impresses you about her plan so far? She's she's clearly been thinking for a bit longer than most of us about towns what to do about the problem of towns falling behind in England and in Scotland and in Wales and. She's she's been on that for longer so I think she's got more of a sense of labor how it could work as a regional force and how it could linkin in Kim with councils and have could be more dilution so I think for me. That's the most impressive part of a suspect. So far she did this. Labor should have backed free free movement but the party. Let an obsession with E.. You get in the way of internationalism puzzled by that. I didn't really see as an yeah. It's like I think the best critic is Agenda China to who who writes for quite quite a bit and he's really been focusing quite a lot of devolution stuff in the European stuff that she saying. He's the most sensible critic that she has and his point on this. I think was sound which is to say okay fine so you supported free movement throughout the last three years now. You didn't exactly talk about that very much now that that's all right. You don't have to do that. Speech about how Labor didn't talk and didn't support free movement. You couldn't do need to have a record of having done exactly that thing and she doesn't so do please. To see her say it because she's saying I want to crash relationship with the EU. I believe in free movement. You'll find what you're basically single-market membership because you've got an over stuff not that it matters but you need to criticize. The government does with Brexit. You're going to have to have an alternative proposal. Some sort of parallel path that you could have taken his. The project could go and on that. She seemed to be on the right page but they woods a bit of a trace of crecy in the way across and thinking head to twenty twenty four of see we have it quite left the transition period. There's like a lot can happen. Some of it might not be good in terms of talking about so the policy at this stage in the leadership contest. Is it just source of. Did you have to sort of give people the gist. Maybe one or two ideas you think are going to have like doc along shelf-life because because really you know you don't know what the country is going to need and this is not the time to come up with your policy is it's not even wouldn't even be the time in two three year election. That's when you do. However when you say a an idea it's still in by virtue of it being scrutinized you will start to solidify and there's the murky world where the solidification turns into policy so yesterday engineer interview he also I thought very sensibly? Okay so when you talk about devolution. What do you mean selective schools? Do People get that cool. You start thinking about on health policy right. Exactly which coups is it. The people get to make the thing and once you do that. These tough is really easy to say. Devolution everyone that once you start saying what that actually entails. It's harder and I think by the end of it. She finished I and you're like okay. So they clearly won't be able to make decisions on selective schools and they clearly will be able to make decisions on wind farms and so- policy starts to sort of shuffle out by accident. And that's pretty. That's not a bad way that happening..
"lisa nandy" Discussed on Coffee House Shots
"And welcome to coffeehouse shots spectators taste daily politics podcasts. I'm as Hartman. I'm joined by cables and James Precise well. We had yet another development in the Labour leadership contest. which is it surprisingly shockingly momentum of backed Rebecca Long Bailey in a ballot of their members to become leader and Angelina to become deputy leader James? This obviously isn't supposed because they were the only options on the ballot paper but is this the boost to Rebecca longbets campaign that she needs given. It's been quite quiet up to on this point along a bit of a boost from that Labor list poll because it because it was what was going on since the first poll of labor membership was kind of sense that was so far in front. But you know it was all into a foregone conclusion. Iv Not Labor list of technically call it a poll or survey a but it is essentially reminding people directly still has a good chance of winning. I witnessed momentum. Endorsement is valuable to her. But I think one thing will consignors tunnel in. This ballot doesn't appear offer charts. She hasn't had a kind of Rebecca. Bailey moment yeah you know. Maybe maybe you haven't quite seen the infuse. Yasim Kuban generated in his leadership bids for her. I get that future. Just two percents. She he is going to now. It's just becoming very very very haunt. See how she doesn't get that. I think it's an interesting question though. which is you know? How does this race developed? So we had Lisa Nandy do Andrew Neil into does night and I know home in that interview I think she is rave reviews views from some cool. Yeah I think she's I think she's now. Set The ball a very reasonable the high level for kissed Alma and and Rebecca Along Valley. And I I wonder wherever varies. She certainly the candidate who has moved performed on the upside in this context so far but her challenges coming with very low name recognition into his contract compared to the other candidates. Yeah I I. There is a little bit of David. Cameron thousand five about her campaign. But it's wolf camera would not have one in two thousand five. If he hadn't had that moment of Party Conference Not Satori activists were obviously you had national. TV was his breakout. Moment is haunted see opportunities to even contest runs until April equipment opportunity. There is for Lisa Nandy in this contest. Casey where are we with nominations and affiliated gated organizations backing various countries so the momentum backings clearly good news rebecca long baby but it doesn't affect her in the sense that it means that she is more likely to progress to the membership a ship in terms of counting as an affiliate would does. Did he speak to. The various leisure campaigns is potentially give Barack long billion edge in terms of data intensive of access in terms of targeting as you meant him base and when it comes to getting knows nominations-worthy unions from other affiliates and from Cop's so so far. It's been interesting because I didn't all the listeners on this podcast and I would also include myself in this folow trade unions with microscopic knowledge allege. So when you hear a trade unions backing candidate so for example we had this week. That the Manuel Casino is backing. Lisa Nandy on the staff is something that perhaps meant she was getting Kuban support but in two thousand fifteen the CNN back-to-back cooper so it wasn't having of that where I think there might be a warning sign correct long baby however is the TSA today as they are going to battle them members on well they should back his stammer overbeck along Bailey. Now she can still win this. Yes but I think there is some useful. It would just naturally go for long bathing and is being read as a sign that if some of the natural supportive if you need tools that candidate a not one hundred percent sure is a sign of things to come now even if Rebecca. Nobody doesn't get this union support. I think she I should still be over the line. Because the big union supporter everyone expects to get is unite that Islam mccaskey's Union and the scene is being cooped night and I. I think if she didn't get that that'd be a big shock however there is a chance. I think it's still likely that she wearing because we've been hearing this week. That Len mccluskey has met with Rebecca Long Bailey. Bailey analysts and Andy. His first meeting Rebecca Long Bay didn't go particularly well any since then it has improved but he has he did have very successful meeting with Lisa Mandy so again you get the sense that long beige should get free is quite comfortably but I think there are a few signs for flat. What we've been hearing she since campaign which is ultimately that she hasn't had the surest star and there are doubts about whether she is the best candidate to continue hooliganism to me? It doesn't seem as though the biggest problem lots have have of her is the fact that she is on. Corporate Platform is whether or not she is capable of delivering. That message and I we will start to see. I think in the coming weeks but we get these nominations and if that is enough of nagging issue to grow and become a real problem for now obviously this leadership contest is taking place because the Tories won a storm. Oh King majority while Labour's busy trying to work out how to deal with that the conservatives trying to work out what to do with their much easier parliamentary life James James and one of those things is something that Robert Buckland today described US constitutional plumbing which sounds very exciting. Tell us what that is so visit. Is this issue about judicial review and the role of the Supreme Court and this is an issue that the manifesto talked about having a review in looking looking at it on ever since election as kind of commentary. About what that means so some people are who this is going to fret the entire rule of law etcetera etcetera etcetera. This is an attempt to take revenge on the Supreme Court over the probation. They'll tons of way of looking looking at it is having the justice system has become more political cases have been taken since since ninety seven on the an and then the subsequent the various reforms apply era and the courts have ended up entering into political debate. Eight more than they say they would like. But I think there is a danger that when you stole entering into political debate that begins to cause tensions. And I I'm going to re balance a scale. So essentially a government action would only run. It was clearly clearly out of bounds of the government. We basing using essentially have a greater margin of appreciation for its decision making but this is obviously going to be a very delicate matter up because while helping majority in House of Commons this is the House of Lords feels that it is designed to To to get involved in the debate on a really given Katie that or conservative. MP's will feel sympathetic to this but depends cleared. The devil is in the details. Japan's on the specifics. I think what has been interesting is every time the topic is raised. People got very high. And this you know people saying this threat to the future of democracy easy I remember. I think it was before Christmas. In one briefing sums had been suggestion that we could be moving to politically appointed judges. Now that was click quickly wrote back on but it was interesting the number of conservative. MP's he had real clarity. Even if this was a miss miscommunication communication on number ten policy movement when I publicly and said they were really against this so I think they're clearly limits and I think there's something lots of figures it's very strongly about whether they illegally trained which there are several in the Conservative Party but again I didn't get the sense that perhaps this as drastic As some of the reports have suggested and will says partly because I didn't think that numbers had a fully made up their mind about what they're going to do a majority but tvos the reforms at planning. I mean even if for example the Whitehall shakeup night before Christmas and the reason this is being written about it was because this is what was being suggestive. Drastic stick Whitehall shakeup. We're going to close departments. Made them into others now. I think that's been this realization that this would take up too much bandwidth so this game them Dan similar is James has in his this columnist week talking about the reshuffle not as drastic so I think there are definitely things an is one of those hence fly it was in the manifesto spe- reform home but as these ideas talked. I think there is a sense that you have to prioritize things. You're going to say it might not be as big Sur. Could the plan to change the any waiting targets. Also go that way James Service four target it is consistently not met right now and you might say but it sounds like cheating to get rid of me failed to hit a target and then you just have to get rid of it I I. There's also an awkward optics question for the government because the government says its priorities jess. I'm going to get rid of this dog that there is a different argument. That some clinicians clinicians particularly sensible target to hive and there are other things. You should care about more. I think this is one of those things which you know. If the government do to get it will definitely be used as a stick to beat them with the political allocation. You will be taking. King is but the few months of heat you get for it. Now we're being these stats would no longer essentially exist while retirement next election. But I still think I think it would be difficult. Move for government comes in and says it's P. priorities h acids putting into Laura's record funding and by the way we're scrapping the target. That's and I. It was interesting some people for but Boris Johnson might could move towards scrapping the dog APP. PM Qisas Jeremy Corbyn went on the house. Those portions and certainly didn't appear to be trying to soften to soften us up for that kind of change so on the subject of bad statistics Katie. We've had the knife crime stats today. Yes and it's is not good reading for the government. Knife offense hit ten year high move sixty recorded every day in the past year. Now I think anyone who's been following the news and I've crime is clear problem. Violent crime has been on the rise yet somehow. During the election the Conservatives step Boris Johnson manage to quite neatly distance themselves from the rise in violent crime and that was Ponti by pledging to having precipitous home secretary. Very tough rhetoric going to and to I think. Thank the one area where I didn't have made to the right people comparing a force. Johnson's Tony Blair. But where they have to the rise own crimes longest sentences more prison places that policy era. Don't you can say is is moving to more liberal spectrum they're so bad stats about the same time I think the government government have managed to do is create this rhetoric around the crime policy which means not getting as negative publicity as they might otherwise..
"lisa nandy" Discussed on Coffee House Shots
"Or is you'RE GONNA end up falling between two stools well. I was talking to one of his supporters earlier. Who was saying that? They did think it might be. She might struggle at this this stage with COP's just hasn't been around that much over the past two years even though she's done a lot of thinking and has been talking about the threat to Labor. Burn you not just in this election not just in the last election but in the election previously. She's been doing a lot of thinking work with the center. For towns for instance she doesn't have have the visibility amongst the Labor membership. She hasn't done the labor equivalent of the Tories. Cool the rubber chicken circuit. I'm not sure what they eat too. Constituency Labour party the meetings and dinners may be host if you're in north London or passes pie and peas in Wiccan where she's the MP. She hasn't done very much of that. Going around the the country and sort of touring. CRP's which which could make her struggle but but yes. The buzzword of this contest is unity and bringing Party back together together which raises some interesting questions is do you achieve unity in the way. Boris Johnson has by kicking people out basically. And saying if you don't tell you the line and off you go or deer achieve unity. In the way that Miller band try to which is basically just to say I like you to everyone and then not really please anyone katy. What's the moment we should look for in this contest? Where a candidate lightly ninety or a has a chance to vote over the beginning to get it going to BBC question? Aston time specialist. They're going to be a big televised moment. Yeah you'd think of David Cameron themselves conference in two thousand five moment like that or is this going to be a series of. It's kind of hosting in big cities with no can a particular moment that's going to grab the nation's attention but we're still waiting to fill ROKA's schedule at least Nandy is being interviewed. This sweet by Andrew. Neil however I think history tells US engineer into these tend to move damage-limitation exercises that if you survive it without being directed homes does your reputation. You've done a good job so they can be impressed but I think they apply to every Labor candidate but I think that it can be the breaking view and perhaps tools making but I think if you break free candidate Ed. I'm not sure that that is going to be the the moment full year. And then I think that yes. Yes you'll have the hustings but openly we can expect official launches speeches. And I think some of that Lisa Nandy she can start landing some fierce winds and times of things. She's coming out with. Yes that's one thing but I think what she really needs. Some of these kinds of back needs. They need the front runners to make some big mistakes aches. Unique Kiss. Donahue is accused of being politically within the pasta at times to have a gaffe. And I think that I think there was this consensus forming that kissed onerous so far had had never merely Labor that is not just enough for you campaign to get a bit better. I think that you need. Though he ever back along beatty not start to falter so looking down the ballot at the deputy leadership race. I'm Serena looks to be almost as much of a favorite for this position as if not maybe more and one thing that strikes me as she seems to have successfully managed to distance herself from the Kuban McDonnell. Oh era the fact that John McDonnell is backing. Richard Burgin for the deputy ship. Not Her there is a lot of talk in Westminster that Andrew Rayner is is with the small one half. She's decided not run against flatmate Rebecca Bailey. Because she knows but the next Labour leader is not going to be prime minister and the contest to win is the one after about TV. There's do you mean there's more to that analysis I think that's that's the case for people who haven't run for leader as well actually that there's a sense that this is not the contest to sort would've make all the sacrifices for. I'm not sure that's quite the right reading. They because politics is so unpredictable. Whenever we say that something's a given the the opposite tends to happen and so yes at the moment it looks as though we are set for another ten years of conservative governments and yes at the moment? The Labor Party is in historically historically dreadful position but for the party to approach the next election just as a sort of. Let's get back to where we were over there. Miller band would repeat quite a dangerous place for it to end up needs to have the view that she could turn things around because politics is not the same as it was back in the eighties. Things have changed. Things are much more volatile and you can't predict what's what's going to happen but Angela's out in front with with eighty eight nominations once the deadline closed and the person he comes closest is in Murray on thirty four and so a number of the other candidates that had the support report lent to them by. MP's who actually support others including Angela. Raynor's that means has support is much higher within the parliamentary party but there was a really concerted campaign for for proper diversity on the ballot paper. And say don't Butler resign. Corn both had supporters. He said I'm going to campaign French Lorraina but I'm backing them at this stage so that we have proper diversity. I'm not sure how rich Bergen falls into the diversity category whether it Sir so diversity diversity of intelligence or diversity of of entertainment. Given that some people in Westminster inexplicably tend to find that he chased them up in unwieldy out there he is his a unique candidate. But yeah I mean. We are seeing slate of candidates for deputy leader who aren't representative who MP's she. You won't be deputy leader. But if he thinks should be on the list of candidates for deputy leader and it's quite odd that we're in this position given that it was a similar but different talking points that was made in two thousand. Fifteen to broaden out the debate and lend your nomination two candidates. He widened the debate. Which allowed Jeremy Corbyn to get onto the pilot paper and then become leader is well Katie? Thank you so much. Be Sure to stay tuned. Join the rest of his. The Labor leisure is running all the way until April and we find out who was actually made over the final fence on Grand National Day in April. Now if you WANNA hear is talking about believe it leaves a contest Brexit what the next few years will bring and the politics all a majority government. Come to life shots and you should hurry up because Fraser Nelson has just passed me his phone where he is tracking whether you are buying tickets or not and to show you that ninety one percent of the way to be sold out so a hurry up because last time they were promoting it much more. Obviously Katie's appeal to buy as being reported successful but yeah so the lesson temps edge the way to go and you weren't need to the lead. You'll nominations thank you so much is is well points small technical detail that we haven't decided when it actually is. It is on Wednesday. The twenty ninth of January at seven the.
"lisa nandy" Discussed on Coffee House Shots
"Hello to especially collect house shots of this afternoon. Nominations in the stage of the Labour leadership contest closed. So we now know which candidates for leader leader and deputy leader ought to try and get the requisite nominations from constituency labour parties or trade unions and social societies as. Well tell us who is fruit of his this next stage so there are five candidates both for deputy leader and leader who've got through. We were expecting kissed armor Jess Phillips Rebecca Long Bailey Alley and Lisa Nandy to get through but emily thornberry has joined them us the fifth candidate scraping through the eleventh hour with I think she she got twenty three nominations from MP's in the end and yesterday she had ten so as she predicted she was going to put on a lot of extra support out in the final twenty. Four hours from 'em piece you hadn't yet declared and it's a bit of a surprise given how slow her campaign was to get going and given there are lots of. MP's in the Labor Party who don't like her frankly and who have been rubbed the wrong way by her she seems to be quite what good at disrespecting. MP's which is the last thing you want to do if you want to be. Leadership candidate in any of the parties because MP's are so into to feeding loved and respected expected at all times so she may find this next stage of the contest a bit easier because it goes out to constituency labour parties. You have to get a minimum of thirty three three. COP's backing you all the backing of three affiliated organizations and at least two of those have to be trade unions. So Ah Emily. Thornberry isn't as popular and Parliamentary Party. She does have a much higher profile amongst labor membership for her conference speeches which always get the whole going on for the way in which she her media profile and the way in which she sort of stood up to Boris Johnson in various ways over the past few years but talking tool of the campaigns. There's a sense that the two candidates who inauguration struggle at this stage are Rebecca Long Bailey and kissed armor storm because he's so far out in front front and has a sort of momentum name recognition that means that some local parties members who were differing. We'll just go for him because they've heard of him and he seems seems to be doing a k. and he's also made a pitch that's further to to the left of the centrist candidates and Rebecca Bailey because momentum haven't yet officially endorsed her. They get to ballot. Their members on the steering committee of the Organization have recommended her leader and Angela Raina FAW. Aw Deputy leader and that can hold a lot of sway in a lot of Likud parties where there is some momentum organization where they are able to send a lot what if members turning up to local meetings on mass which often surprises the members. Who go every week to the same sort of slightly dull meetings? Things in two thousand fifteen. They were very surprised and in twenty sixteen indeed by the number of people who just turned up who they hadn't seen before and MP's are expecting and that to happen again in this phase of the campaign but but it is quite a high bar for for these candidates to pass and say we are likely to see some of them. I'm ready struggle with this stage. Some of them relying really on. COP's have MP's who supported their candidate personally that still it depends on cop's she agreeing with 'em pay. Which is we've seen over? The past. Few days is not always the case so even that personal endorsement might not work Casey looking at that list. It's free as well says or do not have as many nominations as they would need. Cop to get that. So I mean all we going to end up with a long Bailey storm straight shootout or do you think the others are gonna find a way onto the ballot. Paper by alternative means well. I think Emily thundery managing to get correct number not to get free to that. Rand has framed spanner in the works but some of these campaigns because speaking tease them figures today involved ultimately when you're trying to get the CIP up. He nominated then spinning higher group in terms of the victims. Looking for emily's don't breathe. It's going to be focusing on. CLP's as is jus- Phillips. I think Lisa Nandy has to transfer picking up some union supports potentially but it does mean that you were competing against each other. They have an entire month to do this on. I think was interesting. Emily's doom bree entering the races soon seven and said well something more exciting and didn't mean that because they think the debris is going to be the next Labour leader necessarily were even likely but just because I think he has been quite punchy in intervention so far because she has been quite critical actually of Jeremy Home whom he could come back to hunter but also critical and tons of the election. She's being pro. Frank if you think about the hustings that we are expecting. I think it's going to bring bringing new element to it and potentially is going to Prussia candidates to speak of it more honestly about what positions are because right now you see this balancing act lots of Flit James Kissed Alma. People think that he is more in the center of ood messaging suggests that he's appealing to the left in terms of lay members. And I think that's it's going to be an interesting dynamic. And by that she has the support of Damian McBride which means that it should be interesting to say the least and formby presumably can can fresh installment simply don't have a monopoly on the pro remain voices Sarma has now what form brand to his remain soy in this contest. which makes is it a little bit harder for him to play the game he was trying to play of him versus Long Bailey? Guests there is worth pointing at the kiss. Dome has actually said that he thinks issued a second referendum is is going to bed so even though he is trying to retain pro e U supporters from the last time around. He's not wanting to play that up too much in this contest. I think that again. Emily Stonebridge Stonebridge also tried to move past brexit. Saying that. It's not really an issue anymore. I think Jeff Phillips is the only person is GonNa Bodas to suggest potentially rejoining and she seemed into flip-flopping perform a graceful pip that we could say Amber Rodman Sheaf vote on the issue and Robak somewhat so. I don't think even those pre candidates candidates on wanting to play up credentials particularly I think just the most but when it comes to if somebody's doom is going to rain on kissed Almas Pitch Right now. I think neither either of them believe it is particularly useful to pitch US off as a pro E U is lenton a member of society. And I'd I'd I ne- is going to be a race to do that. Is for the five live. Candidates for leader are women but the favourite is a man is labor going to get its first female leader at the NFL. Will currently. It's it's not looking likely and one of the reasons emily thornberry made it through this round was. There was a campaign behind the scenes from Labor women to get her three to this next round because because they felt they should be getting as many women as possible and presumably because they felt that actually. It'd be great better for diversity to have a man and a woman who were both north London lawyer is with the sort of remain constituency in the party does does obviously the kind of diversity that likes to aim for but yeah I mean talking Z.. MP's who have nominated kissed on. They've been safe but yes the others. Just don't look ready now. A lot of campaign China's for better representation of women in politics say this is the argument. We always hear that. We'd like a woman but not any of these women not this time. The Time's not right and it will be very difficult for the party to to justify its continued failure to elect a woman particularly as you say we've got one man and for women trying to fight against him so that's going to be difficult. Obviously we have. We don't have a female prime minister at the moment. But we've seen over the posture days reports of Downing Street. Basically trying to beef up. Its its operation to promote women to advise female. MP's on how to get ahead. And so there is a concerted effort on the conservative side to do as much as possible on this and you can just see the conservative same. We've we've had T- female prime ministers and you guys can't even pick a woman out to us of this out of this particular slate. Casey you Rosen Yokota about which how Labour will keen to pick a candidate. He will tores fear. Uh doing those anyone on this list who has got number ten quaking booze. Everyone in labor is thinking first and foremost. It's definitely a question that a lot of vampires are asking asking. I think to be honest. It's bad to say that. Not One of these kinds of strikes fear into the heart of number ten. I still think that there is some Houston is higher risk and they would present difficulties to number ten. I think Jess Phillips is seen as the most high risk and impart on Friday but she gave an interview to the evening standard. I think the top lineman about Boris Johnson's children so just saying she knows how many children she has suggested. Prime Minister didn't now. I don't think that number ten nasty. I believe just Phillips would beat them in general election. I think that less she to actually lead Labor Party to use to policy rejoin the. That'd be pretty happy but what they are worried about. Is this idea that Jesse. Let's go up every week against Boris Johnson and prime minister's questions and go fleas personal attacks. And the idea that that would be quite looked damaged to the prime minister whether or not it led to a victory and then I think the candidate that is currently mostly to witness winners kissed Alma and again I think there is mixed opinion on kissed on the. I think that they would move very quickly to paint. Kissed on as an establishment. Someone here is from North London. Is there now and is someone who openly doesn't understand what normal people think and they were trying to link him in that sense sense but I think where they would be worried about. His Dhamma is that he is a details man. I think there's a sense. If you had kissed Dahmer's Labor leader for the use of other questions and methods they could potentially trip. Boris Johnson up. Who knows not to details? Man Say I think those are the two that come up frequently when you liquor. The problems they present. I think we're back on on where he is the person they are probably most relaxed about because it's seen as continuity humanism is when you look at what the Labor leadership candidates say about why Labor lost it strikes me that Lisa Nandy is the person who seems to most deeply about it and has an answer. It kind of goes goes beyond platitudes. What do you think chances are and how does she? She seems to be trying to run as someone who is. She was perceived as being on the very much on the left part when she first palm. She's now trying to run a someone who is kind of almost above faction in a little bit of estimators. There's with about. Do you think that in this contest that that works that she emerges as someone who's GonNa who can she puts it can build this rebuild this red bridge between the two parts of a Labor coalition. Or is you'RE GONNA end up falling between two stools well. I was talking to one of his supporters earlier. Who was saying that? They did think it might be. She might struggle at this this stage with COP's just hasn't been around that much over the past two years even though she's done a lot of thinking and has been talking about the threat to Labor. Burn you not just in this election not just in the last election but in the election previously. She's been doing a lot of thinking work with the center. For towns for instance she doesn't have have the visibility amongst the Labor membership. She hasn't done the labor equivalent of the Tories. Cool the rubber chicken circuit. I'm not sure what they eat too. Constituency Labour party the meetings and dinners may be host if you're in north London or passes pie and peas in Wiccan where she's the MP. She hasn't done very much of that. Going around the the country and sort of touring. CRP's which which could make her struggle but but yes..
"lisa nandy" Discussed on Coffee House Shots
"Daily politics podcast. I'm K- tables and I'm joined by phrase the Nelson and James Besides parliament. It's not back quite yet. We have that joy Tamara on cheese day. But it's a busy day for the government. Thanks to the ongoing Iran Crisis James what the developments over the weekend burst Johnson returned from his holiday. Take an Statement in which he sat so there were two statements from Johnson Alzheimer one made on his own which says the UK does not. Russia had any tears for the death of the leader of the Iranian could source and then a joint statement from the UK France and Germany urging. When everyone's going to deescalate the situation I think the interesting and striking thing about the second statement is how all Nisei wrong question where the the? US and European Union being divided in opinion the UK won't being careful not to formally break with the US is still talking with more of a European accent. I also think the other thing which is which has always condone trump is complicating back to here. Some of trump's Frattini for example to hit Iranian cultural sites avert any Iranian retaliation made situation particularly difficult for Downing Street because back the normal Western rubric is quite rightly the cordless not with the Iranian people with the regime. When you start talking about hitting cultural sites that becomes a slightly more difficult arguments? Ah But I do think there is one thing worth noting here which is Iran has incredibly successfully over the last decade or so used proxy or more Morelos decades. They lost two days as used proxies to as rose with Hezbollah for example Shiite militias in Iraq to avant S- it interests this. US strike makes that much harder for them to do. It is basically willingness to say the EU will hold with them responsible for the actions of these boxes face it. We've had birds Johnson's Jesse he is not going to shed any tears when it comes to the death of the general but also suggesting restrained in terms of focusing instead of ramping. Tensions up trying to find a solution had the joint statement with Markle and Macron and people said comments Dominic. ROBB does seem as they. The government is as was not completely in junior America here which suggests that they want to actually if anything ratchet things up to would offer future strike whereas on the UK side. We have this aim to deescalate. Do you think that's going to create tensions breath. It's already creating tension facts. This is a very interesting moments. I and because we're about to leave European Union and the big question then is what will it happen to Britain undiplomatically. Will we stay in Europe's diplomatic orbit or will we drift off to America's diplomatic orbit because typically when push comes to shove wherever there is a dictator to it'd be toppled and Britain tends to align pretty firmly with America with the continental Europe. Not so much now. Iran is a classic case Study Study of where Europe in America disagree. When trump tore up the Iran deal European states stuck by it and until recently recently Britain had been acting pretty as Jim says speaking with the European accent 'em standing by France and Germany over this now this was slightly rotating 'em Pompilio who is the state secretary? He was staying a few days ago. That what the Brits and the Germans need to understand is that this is basically de-escalation. We are or to handlebars guy who was causing turmoil. World over and America. She gets a bit more support on this. He wasn't quite saying choose. Your side spits. It sounded a little bit like that. No he had a fairly I would say noncommittal statement from dominant. Grab the Foreign Secretary on the Andrew Marr. Show and I think that Sir Boris Johnson's statement was a little bit more pro American more verbally. Supportive of trump while also having a second statement to do your but this underlines the huge question that we will twenty twenty will give us the answer to only going to do right now. Trump's does see the world very differently and is going to find itself as let's face it. We are America's number one ally in Europe we always have been. Meanwhile we say special relationship it and we're going to want to be seen to be there especially as we're negotiating a trade deal. I gather the Americans are being very friendly with us right now. Seeing they have gotten oven ready ready trade deal ready to go of things fall through the EU. We're going to want to keep that option which means being nice to America now if Donald Trump starts to say that soon to America means giving more help with Iran. I suspect person will do that. And the distance between Britain and the rest of Europe Ram Greater and we should perhaps a clearest era sign of what the government is attending later this week and Dominic robb meets with Mike pompeo in Washington a prearranged. Clearly this is going to come up now in terms of the comments. The main action relates to the DROID agreement bill which would be reintroduced tomorrow for Committee Stage and beyond but today the action is actually actually away from parliament. And that is that Labour's NEC meeting Labour's National Executive Committee meeting to finalize the rules on the timetable for the Labour leadership contest. Mayfield so it's been going on for some time but it hasn't actually started. James Watt is up for discussion so it was the rules of the contest. So E G I table table and then the question of the most contentious question of when people would have to join the Labour party to vote in this one of the things that various various avert less carbonite candidates quite keen sues to get lots of people who are not currently Labor members to sign up to attend to mini. Tim Sorry I can't speak a casino Watson's quoted this Friday Friday case to essentially replicate what Jeremy Corbyn in the left achieve when he wanted shit which is a huge huge. Want people to come and join the Party and changed the nature of selectors and obviously the point of timetable is the more difficult by is to do so. I mean we wait. I'm struck by just count left wing. The candidates are positioning themselves and people to work here stormers hope. The Labour moderates in his video launching his leadership bid pitches. Hey must if firmly in the left or Volley Party position making clay. Yeah all of his disagreements with new ABE. I mean this is in a sense. He's trying to say that he is. He is in that video pitching himself as calm winsome without carbon always and that I think is is an interesting question when you look at Wongkang candidate. Judge Philips think she demonstrated yesterday with her statement about possibly eating eating a rejoin campaign. She appears to never it back. Yeah exactly which is this is this is Warren. Jeffs Philips is the High Risk High reward candidate for Labor in this election because she she speaks as she finds so that's why she gave you answer. She gave an entry mall but they're not sometimes causing huge problems down the line because is it really viable to fight the next election trying to reopen the brexit issue as you say in her pieces morning. She's rowing back from that position. Quite rapidly trying to sell a car mansion that position would find support the next election but the danger for her is that when the when she does that kind of thing she undercuts was meant to be a USB that she just 'cause as she sees it and now as we wait to find out the specifics on at the time pairs you had to be a member for reg support. There are some things we know about the contest in order to reach the membership stage each candidates have twenty one. MP's backing named the alternate free affiliates and that includes two unions so actually the first age is harder to get free. Then I think some expect people we think should sail through that run. I'm very comfortably. Kissed Armagh who topped YouGov poll last week in terms of the general contest amongst members and Rebecca Long Beta. He hasn't yet a Nance but we expect that to be imminent and and there is a sense that she definitely has the backing of unions and MP's as for the other candidates as it is to study up for grabs. Lisa Nandy Mandy is clearly pitching herself as someone who can rebuild the red wool in terms of reuniting at the Labor Party with its vote in traditional heartlands. Huge you do you think is taking out to you. Someone who the Tories would be worried about as a leader is funny that the conventional wisdom which will raise would most worry about cure star. I really allegiance that way. I think he's somebody goes through this sort of east presenting himself as a Corbin Easter. But he's actually an incredibly dull leader afraid to say you need somebody interesting. He's GonNa make people listen twice. And I actually think that Lisa Nandy is I. Find her the most original sparky if I was Boris Johnson. Obviously obviously what are you worried about your worried about labor coming to win back northern seats they gave you. Your majority is cure storm are going to. I really don't think so. I'm not quite sure. Run Rebecca wrong daily. Would either I think that Lisa Nandy would be the biggest search threat. I think she everything that they've said. So far but Labor's problems I think Only Lisa Nandy is one. I thought oh I thought to myself. Yes she really gets it and she basically as as the vocabulary and the diagnosis to get back on track and remember say back on track. I mean I don't mean to win over Middle England partly the problem is since the Blair era Labor for the AK. What we're GONNA do is we're going to try to basically sleep tape the graduates and take the cities and that's when the the raw set in under Blair we? You don't need a Blairite restoration now. You need to do something that's going to get these people back and only then and can labor think about being a national party properly so so we'll see my own hunch is that the next leader of the Liberal Party will not five next general election action. I think they're in such a mess right now where they're going to have to find a kind of a caretaker continuity candidate either. No I mean I think that the next pro Labor prime right minister will be somebody whose name we're not even discussing yet and who will take years to come through services why. I don't think we need to spend too much take time worrying about this. I am intrigued about moderate entryism. You hear quite low people saying now. Join a Labor Party. Look at this if you want Sort of Blairite restoration and enjoy it. Now let's try to impose commonsense candidate of go nowhere near if that can happen numbers that they require because Labor problem problem right now is that the Corbin didn't just take over the leadership with took over the membership and I think to overcome that factor is going to take quite some sometime yes. I was told by Labor insider over the weekend that Jesse Lips could win the contest. She needs to get one hundred thirty thousand people to join the the Labor Party and then it's all has and James. There are two things. One is the danger with mortar. ENTRYISM is the organizing forces could get these people to join. Is the European question on that question. These people not moderate in terms of where public opinion. Now as of the idea of rejoining is not a mortar position. In this ray at the moment I'm not even a Liberal Democrats bad. Yeah so I mean that's the danger which is only four something that could get enough people to join join in time in a listening providing whatever the NEC schedule says would be Europe but the problem on Europe is that then takes you even further away from those voters in Blyth Live Valley because you are now in explicitly join Ivan. The person you know meantime would be most scared of is dangerous because Don's always would flip the question question he would deal with Labour's volume problem is somebody would have a former soldier a widower guy to always he would be so he would be so different from Kuban he would force people to look at Labor in a different light sits Rabbani seat. He's already a Moore up in Yorkshire. This would have a huge mate labor. Look like a north London part anymore and it would it would change. The nature of Labor Labor would no longer be the party of the big cities. It would have a very different feel to it but I don't see any sowings the you know. How from Utah now going through that first round see how Jarvis could get without first round? If he tried so he might be Jim. Somebody who might he might get in there. If the next Labour Labor leader fails. I suspect will happen then. Dan Jarvis might be that of the parties even fit state to start becoming national. Because we didn't know about Labor whether it can even I agree what it stands for right now and it's interesting hearing from people like Steven Kinik using language. The party's new God given right to survive. I remember Tori is used this language when they thought that the game was basically up the Blair destroy them forever that the movement would dissolve right now. We're Labour Party's mission isn't is to win next time. It's to survive through to twenty twenty two by the way I think that are are the British system means that the two parties will always. It's pretty much survived. The might radically change form but they will always be there. I also agree with James. Dan Jarvis is somebody that Mary Wakefield interview them for the magazine about six seven years ago and we thought then the Scud missiles guy that our readers would probably vote for the big quite interested in what he has to say. I doubt this time..
"lisa nandy" Discussed on The Red Pill Report
"Been. She'd sniggered the, the idea made light of it, and she detected to stop the attempt to, to talk about this and to get a committee to look at this and in his. Anger, really at the fact that this woman, this, this feminist was making light of male suicides. But she's a big problem. Come to that in a moment. He. Attempt to draw attention. So he could address matter said that you wouldn't even Raipur now what not raping someone is not normally considered to be a serious offence. You know, we I didn't rape anybody yesterday or the day before, and I've not had the police question me on. This is not a serious matter, not raping someone but it is a bit controversial, and he knew that if he said this, it would not be legal. It would not be Tegla different technically offensive, but it would gain attention. And that was this was years ago years before he ever was thinking of standing as a candidate. He was a free speech advocate and wanting to draw attention to the fact that. The subject, male suicide was being made light of by her. I was not being given the attention. It really should. But let's continue on the way the BBC has continued to talk about. This mass, what is having listened to just Phillips ourself on Victoria, Daba shish? Oh, absolutely. There is a wreck link between the idea of men using whatever power, they have ripe his about sex rape is about power and control. It is an act of violence to control somebody subordinate to you. It's never about sex, and what call Benjamin is trying to do in his actions is to control me and to make light of the things that control women this discourse being allowed to go on makes women unsafe. Not just in the Commons across the country, if we think that this is just a joke, and that rape, and sexual violence is not to be taken deadly. Save Disley women in the country. Women children and men are no longer safe. No believe this is disingenuous of. Just Phillips, I believe that by now she fully understands because she will have heard it for many, many places that called Benjamin was not trying to control her. He was not threatening her with rape. He was trying to draw attention to the fact that she was opposing debate on male suicide. She knows that full. Well, she knows that he didn't say that he would rape her or that he might write all the he could for the people to rape. He said he wouldn't it was never about ripe. It was about male suicide saying he would not right. Who was just to grab attention for, for this anyway, let's listen to know this is the labor EMMY p, Lisa Nandy and a n d y Nandy, speaking about this on BBC politics, live. Listen to what she says about Karl Benjamin. You think that it's okay for him to make main threat? Kasey wasn't wasn't threat. And so now the BBC are allowing to be reported on that television stations that this was a rape threat that he made against. An MP in Britain. It's a complete fabric Asian and lie. The story was never about right? Earlier this month, the BBC had an article, and this goes back into pro- if there's not this month last month you called Benjamin not sorry for rape comments. Cul Benjamin has refused to apologize comments over rape a YouTube. You now you Chuba now turns you candidate who said who said he wouldn't even rape a female labour. Emmy MP has refused to apologize. Benjamin wants to stand at an MP for southwest you Kip in European elections. At a news conference in London, Mr. Benjamin. Accused media outlets of smearing him. I'm not going to apologize for my crimes against political correctness. I hate to political correctness. He said his use of Twitter in two thousand and sixteen. So this is three years ago. Hit the headlines when he reports responded to a late labor MP, Jess Phillips concerns, over threats of sexual harassment by saying, I wouldn't even rape. I wouldn't even rape. You feminism is cancer, actually, there was a gap between those two. Wasn't actually see he'll be all is not really. In response to concerns of sexual harassment threats is concerns. He was trying to draw attention to the fact that she was opposing debate on male suicide. But of course, that never gets brought out here.
"lisa nandy" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030
"ABC's Tom rivers is in London tonight with more cross-party talks aimed at jump-starting plans for Brexit pencil. Dan ahead of the UK's. Currently standing Friday deadline for leaving the European Union. But the prime minister has run down the clock opposition labor party lawmaker. Lisa Nandy will too late with the deal as the question of what they looks like the wet tilts stolen that still needs to be resolved a hype that those discussions will continue in this week that will start to see resolution Dury Somme is an very compromising mood, despite the fact that are much maligned plan is already a three-time parliamentary loser. Tom rivers. ABC news, London Britain is a plan to hit social media companies where it hurts their wallets under the proposed new laws internet sites could be fined or blocked here in Britain and senior managers held purse. Personally liable if they failed to remove content encouraging terrorism suicide child abuse and other social ills British lawmaker Liam burns says a similar laws in effect in Germany, and guess what? It's coincidence that Facebook has most of Monterey races in Germany because you hit big funds. If you don't take that kind of stuff down in Germany, Singapore and Australia the latest to adopt laws signaling that self-regulation of the tech industry has failed. Mark zuckerberg. You have been warned. Vicki Barker, CBS news, London. Facebook is coming under fire in New Zealand from their privacy Commissioner there is such a job. And he's calling the Facebook company morally bankrupt and pathological liars. The furious attack against Facebook comes after the social media giant allowed the livestream of the mosque shootings to be viewed four thousand times before being removed by moderators in a string of now. Deleted tweets. New Zealand's privacy Commissioner John Edwards said Facebook allows the live streaming of suicides rapes and murders continues to host and publish the mosque attack. Video allows advertisers to target. You haters and other hateful market segments and refuses to accept any responsibility for content or harm Edwards was responding to an interview given by Mark Zuckerberg ABC news in which he said, he wouldn't be changing the nature of live streams in response to the attack. Zach Burg says incidents like the mosque attacks were the result of bad actors, not bad tech Canadian. Researchers took a look at the number of American children who attempt suicide or have suicidal thoughts. What they found the l'armee over the last decade. The number has doubled according to data from the CDC. There were just over half a million children in the emergency room in two thousand seven for suicidal behavior by twenty fifteen that number was one point two million. The study concludes suicide is the second leading cause of death for American children over the age of.
"lisa nandy" Discussed on KOMO
"Their nominee way, just won the state of Washington. That's despite Bernie actually, losing the Hillary Clinton in the state primary election which had four times as many voters as caucuses advocates say the election model Democrats past Sunday allows more voices to be heard. That's come. Patrick Quinn reporting. Komo news time one ten time to check sports as we are to do at ten and forty past the hour. Komo's Bill Swartz is at the Harley exterior sports desk defense and more defense expected. Tonight's NCWA men's basketball game in an era of high scoring fast-break three point shooting basketball. It's to defensive teams still standing in March madness. One seed Virginia three seat Texas Tech, Washington, husky Matisse Thia won the Naismith national defensive player of the year. And he loves this matchup tonight. It's it's so intense every best is so crucial from the from the beginning of the game to the end, you felt it in the final four games and. You can go five points and feels like it's ten and when those type of games ago in everyone feels the intensity and everyone feels the pressure in every possession. So that makes it even more exciting tip off six o'clock in Minneapolis the Seattle Mariners take their league best nine and two record into Kansas City for five o'clock baseball game against the two and six royals Felix. Hernandez makes the start for the EMS who took two out of three in Chicago and put up twenty nine runs on the White Sox. The husky baseball team home tonight against California Baptist and masters Gulf week is arrived. Rory mcilroy. The seven to one favourite to win his first green jacket sports updates at ten and forty after the hour. Bill Swartz on the home of the huskies, KOMO news. Thank you, Mr. Schwartz more shakeup in the Trump administration. As we continue with twenty minutes of nonstop news ABC's. Karen Travers is at the White House with the latest firing. President Trump has directed. His acting chief of staff, Mick Mulvaney, to fire, the director of the secret service Randolph Alice. That's according to two administration officials familiar with the decision well-being has spoken directly with Alice to inform him of the president's decision. But Alice has not yet left his post. It's unclear as of now what prompted this firing. But the news comes less than twenty four hours after the president forced out homeland security secretary Kirsten Neilsen secret service director reports directly to the D H S secretary. Karen Travers, ABC news, the White House international news, Israel, as we'll end to the polls this week in. What is shaping up to be a referendum on the leadership of Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu ABC's, Donna Miller has more from Jerusalem race is so close between Israel's Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu and his challenger former army chief general Benny guns, and there are so many factors that could swing this election. Either way nearly ten percent of Israeli say they still haven't decided who to vote for in this parliamentary system if some small parties on the left or right, don't make it pass the electoral threshold that could also change the picture. After Giordano Miller ABC news Jerusalem democratic presidential candidate. Beto Aurora is labeling Isreaeli prime minister Netanyahu a racist. Speaking on the campaign trail Sunday in Iowa, aerobic said of the us Israel relationship must be able to transcend, a prime minister who is racist. Those comments came just a day after Netanyahu promised to annex occupied Palestinian settlements in the West Bank. If he wins reelection on Tuesday Vado added that Netanyahu warned about Arabs coming to the polls wants to defy any prospect for peace as he threatens to annex the West Bank, and as a leader who has sided with a far right racist party in order to maintain his hold on power. It's Mike Bauer. Reporting a stack of challenges facing Britain in critical Brexit week more from ABC's Tom rivers in London cross-party talks aimed at jump-starting plans for Brexit in ahead of the UK's. Currently standing Friday deadline for leaving the European Union. But the prime minister has run down the clock opposition labor party lawmaker Lisa Nandy. The deal. It's the question of.
"lisa nandy" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030
"Hundred grand. Here's ABC's, Cheri Preston. Prosecutors say to students from China where receiving regular shipments of fake iphones, which they would send to apple claiming. They were defective apple sent replacements nearly fifteen hundred times the students would then send the real phones back to China where they would be resold with the students allegedly taking a portion of the prophets. The trick went on for months, but ended up costing apple eight hundred ninety five thousand dollars now. One student faces up to five years in prison. The other looking at a possible thirty year prison sentence along with a two million dollar fine. Sherry preston. ABC news Britain is looking to bulk up its regulation of social media companies in an effort to fight harmful content legislation open to public comment for three months would create a statutory duty of care for companies such as Facebook and Twitter to protect people who use their sites. These standards would be enforced by an independent regulator funded by a Levy on internet companies opponents fear that might harm free speech, but British lawmaker Liam burns says similar law. Ause are working elsewhere in Europe what they found in Germany with what they call. The nets. The G laws is the is possible to put in place a regime the books in line with cross European protection of free speech, but nonetheless, four companies to take down speech when the watchdog created under the proposed legislation would be able to find executives even banned companies if they failed to black content such as terrorist propaganda or images of child abuse that debate just one of several very challenging issues facing Britain in a critical Brexit week. We get more from ABC's Tom rivers in London cross-party talks aimed at jump-starting plans for Brexit pencil. Dan ahead of the UK's. Currently standing Friday deadline for leaving the European Union. But the prime minister has run down the clock opposition labor party lawmaker. Lisa Nandy will too late with the deal as the question of what looks.
"lisa nandy" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030
"Sovereignty. He said that means annexing settlements in the West Bank and in effect permanently claiming land that most of the world considers occupied territory about half a million Isreaeli settlers live on land claimed by Palestinians Netanyahu is seeking his fourth term and honor for house speaker Nancy Pelosi, she is this year's recipient of the John F Kennedy profiling courage award. Caroline, Kennedy calls the California Democrat the most important woman in American political history. Pelosi is being honored for helping pass ObamaCare and reclaiming democratic control of the house in last year's elections. The award will be presented may nineteenth at the JFK library an American woman and her driver kidnapped by gunmen in Uganda last week. Are now safe Kimberly sue Endicott and the man were in a national park when they were grabbed by men who demanded a five hundred thousand dollar ransom. It's unclear if a ransom was paid ABC's panel is in Uganda that will be deeply concerning to people money was changed. Hands of already spoken to some people who are involved in the lodge. Wet whisk thing was not very far away. And that's one element. That really bothers them. They won't towards to come back. They want them to see that this is a safe place. This is an unprecedented events. If money's changing hands in exchange for foreign Taurus that potentially endangers of us. He us officials have said they will not pay ransom for citizens. It's being called unprecedented steps to ramp up pressure on Tehran. The White House is planning to designate Iran's revolutionary guard a foreign terrorist organization. The move is expected to further isolate Iran, the administration has been ramping up the rhetoric against Iran for months a stack of challenges. Facing Britain and a critical Brexit week. We have more from ABC's Tom rivers in London party talks aimed at jump-starting plans for Brexit pencil. Dan ahead of the UK's. Currently standing Friday deadline for leaving the European Union. But the prime minister has run down the clock opposition labor party lawmaker Lisa Nandy will late for the deal is the question of the looks like.
"lisa nandy" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030
"Half a million Isreaeli settlers live on land claimed by Palestinian Netanyahu seeking his fourth term as prime minister and honor for house speaker Nancy Pelosi, she is this year's recipient of the John F Kennedy profile in courage award. Caroline Kennedy runs. The organization and calls, the California Democrat the most important woman in American political history. Pelosi is being honored for helping pass ObamaCare and reclaiming democratic control of the house in last year's elections. The award will be presented on may nineteenth at the JFK library here in Boston an American woman and her driver. Kidnapped by gunmen in Uganda last week are now safe this morning, Kimberly, sue Endicott and the man were in a national park when they were grabbed by men who demanded half a million dollars in ransom. It's unclear if a ransom was paid ABC's. Ian panel is in Gonda. We'll be deeply concerning to people money was changed. Hands of already spoken to some people who are involved in the lodge, wet whisk things not very far away. And that's one element. That really bothers them. They won't towards to come back. They want them to see that this is a safe place. This is an unprecedented event. If money's changing hands in exchange for foreign tourists that potentially endangers of US officials have said they do not and will not pay ransom for citizens. And there are reports that the tourist company offered up some sort of a ransom payment that has not been confirmed. However, this is being called an unprecedented step to ramp up pressure on Theron, the White House is planning to designate Iran's revolu. Guard a foreign terrorist organization. This move expected to further isolate the country the administration has been ramping up the rhetoric against Iran for months. A stack of challenges continues to face Britain in a critical week for Brexit. More from ABC's, Tom rivers in London party talks aimed at jump-starting plans for Brexit. Pennsylvan- ahead of the UK's currently standing Friday deadline for leaving the European Union. But the prime minister has run down the clock opposition labor party lawmaker. Lisa Nandy will too late for the deal is the question of what they looks like wet stolen still needs to.