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Fresh "London" from Newsradio 950 WWJ 24 Hour News
"Obscured gets to work on London's underground system spray painting stenciled images off rats, power shooting or sneezing. The last image seen through open train doors, the words I get locked down, and then the doors closed and you see the graffiti message, But I get up again Title If you don't ask you don't get Barker CBS News, London Down River Man is back on dry land. He was rescued from Lake Huron, a 23 year old from Wyandotte was 2.5 miles offshore and Lake Huron in case fill in the thumb. When he called for help, he said, it's personal watercraft stopped and was full of water. The here on county sheriff's Department sent a patrol boat to get the man out of the water and recover his CDO. He was not hurt. The sheriff says The man had his cell phone in a watertight case, which he says help in his quick rescue. Beth Fischer. W W J NewsRadio 9 15 W W J NEWS Time. 6 52 Your Eye on Health with Dr Deanna Lights sponsored by Delta, Dental kids and Exercise with your Eye on health. I'm Dr Deanna Lights..
UK to exclude Huawei from role in high-speed phone network
"Britain's government has backtracked on plans to give Chinese telecommunications company Huawei a limited role in the new high speed mobile phone network in a decision with broad implications for relations between London and Beijing Britain says the plans in place off to U. S. sanctions made it impossible to ensure the security of wall way a quick mind forcing it to start turning to other suppliers for components the U. S. threatened to sever and intelligence sharing arrangement with Britain because of concerns the equipment could allow the Chinese government to infiltrate which networks kind of a secretary Oliver Dowden says the decision would delay the five G. rollout on cost millions of pounds but incision gives British telecoms operators until twenty twenty seven to remove what way apartment already into Britain's network Charles
Fresh "London" from WBBM Afternoon News Update
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UK to exclude Huawei from role in high-speed phone network
"Britain's government has backtracked on plans to give Chinese telecommunications company Huawei a limited role in the new high speed mobile phone network in a decision with broad implications for relations between London and Beijing Britain says the plans in place off to U. S. sanctions made it impossible to ensure the security of wall way a quick mind forcing it to start turning to other suppliers for components the U. S. threatened to sever and intelligence sharing arrangement with Britain because of concerns the equipment could allow the Chinese government to infiltrate which networks kind of a secretary Oliver Dowden says the decision would delay the five G. rollout on cost millions of pounds but incision gives British telecoms operators until twenty twenty seven to remove what way apartment already into Britain's network Charles the last month London
Fresh "London" from PRI's The World
"I'm Carol Hills? This is the world to many nations are heading in the wrong direction. The virus remains public enemy number one words of warning this week from the head of the world. Health Organization Tetris Cabrisas. He said mixed messages from leaders are lining any response. We need to reach a sustainable situation where we have adequate control of this virus without shutting down our lives entirely. Or lurching from lockdown to lock down here in the US several states are re imposing restrictions to try and contain the virus in Europe. They're desperately trying to avoid heading back into quarantine London mayor. Khan told Sky News today. That now is the time to make sure all the protective measures are in place. What none of us wants is a second lockdown. A Little Don was awful for a variety of reasons, and that's why I'm frustrated at the delay from the government, making face coverings mandatory in shop, so I don't know why this lull a face covering in shops in. England becomes mandatory at the end of next week. Masks, social distancing no large gatherings were just going to have to get used to it until we have a vaccine, and for those of you who've had the coronavirus and thank your now immune well. Maybe not new research from King's College London suggests that people who've recovered may lose their immunity within month. That doesn't sound good. Stuart Neal is a professor of theology and the study's Co author. I asked him how seriously we should take the latest developments. The first thing I would say is that this isn't really that bad news. So what we've looked at is the presence of water cooled neutralizing antibodies in the blood and study led by my colleague Katie. has found that these antibodies that people make after they've been infected on block viruses getting into the cells naturally tug it. Lost from the blood quite quickly after infection, but that doesn't necessarily mean that you'll not mean to the virus anymore, but we do know about other corona virus is that they tend to be seasonal, and you can be reinfected if not all, but but not get a particularly bad infection, so I wouldn't necessarily say the this study shows. People would not be noon anymore, but it does put some certain caveats on that immunity. I mean enough to make it a little discouraging. Really I mean I think the conventional wisdom has been if you get coronavirus your immune, and that's behind the whole notion of herd, immunity and kind of getting us through this pandemic. Does this study changed that scenario? Well I mean actually when you look at human. Corona viruses that that's never been the case. One of the peculiarities about these viruses is the when you you'll notice to infection for any great length of time, but biolog- these viruses don't tend to cool as much in the way of problematic disease, so the hub. He really he would be. The immunity that you're left with after you've been infected with to would prevent you from getting seriously ill again afterwards. But it might not stop getting infected, and that's one of the one of the caveats. We might have to bear in mind, but but this is again. It is really just a first glance at one of the immune responses, particularly easy to look at in the blood and the moment. We don't know what immune responses would be required to protect somebody. What significance does it have in terms of developing a vaccine to fight this virus? So in our study? What we found was the people who have been infected and been seriously ill tend to have much higher levels of these neutralizing antibodies. People had who had only had mild infection where they had to hospital. On its in those mild infections of the this neutralizing antibodies drop-off fast, so one of the potential issues with vaccine might be that. It's quite easy to Mike these antibiotics, but if they done lost, you might have to be boosted fairly regularly and you might want to do that. particularly in patients who would be at old people who would be at risk. If. I'm pretty Ho home about all this like it was expected are are you at all? Surprised by you're finding or do you think this is just the latest iteration? And this is how it goes with these viruses and we just gotTa work through it. I think what's key to all of this is the would just trying to find out what's going on. In a lot of other respiratory infections, people look at the immune response, Sunday. The antibody responses in this amount of detail. So I'm not sure whether we should be surprised about these results not is just the we're looking at them. But you know antibodies antibodies come down. What's important is that the immune system is left with a memory hills it and that memory can often be very rapidly reactivated. To Stop you getting particularly ill. Even if you do subsequently get infected, so I mean I think I don't think there's anything intrinsically bad about. This news is just watching. What happens when we tried to interpret will, but leans full vaccine design and people susceptibility to disease going forward Stuart. Neil professor of virology at King's College. London thanks a lot for speaking with us. Thank you. We just heard that English. Shoppers will be required to wear a mask soon. English subway riders have been required to mask on public transit since mid June. Still A well-placed reminder helps enter.
UK reportedly poised to backtrack on Huawei inclusion in 5G
"The British government is preparing to change course on plans to give Chinese telecommunications giant Huawei a limited role in Britain's new high speed mobile phone network the government's likely decision comes after the U. S. threatened to sever unintelligent sharing arrangement because it concerns while way a quick mind because a lot of the Beijing government to infiltrate British networks in January British prime minister Boris Johnson had sold to balance economic and security pressures by agreeing to give away a limited role in the so called five G. network one excluding the company feel cool components of the system but the move set up a diplomatic clash with the U. S. with implications for security cooperation unless Britain dumped away Charles the live as well London
Fresh "London" from WBBM Afternoon News Update
"It's 81 of AKI Weathers. Bob Larson on Chicago's Weather Station News Radio 7 81 or five point died at the market. Watch today down, closing up 556. NASDAQ of 98 of about 42 points. Give news time for 41. Well, you never actually see Banksy. British graffiti artist wants to be known by his work alone. Now there are some new works by Britain's most mysterious artist in the most public of places in this video posted on his Twitter feed the secretive graffiti artist in full protective gear face obscured gets to work on London's underground system spray painting stenciled images off rats, power shooting or sneezing. The last image seen through open train doors, the words I get locked down, and then the doors closed and you see the graffiti message, But I get up again Title If you don't ask, you don't get Barker. CBS News London Britain has backtracked on plans to give Chinese communications company waterway its role in a new high.
Pregnant YouTuber Nicole Thea Dies Suddenly at the Age of 24
"Nicole thea twenty four year old youtube. Star died along with her unborn child. Youtube Star. Nicole Thea has died at the age of twenty four along with her unborn baby. The london-based influencers family confirmed news on Sunday. INSTAGRAM posts stated at the unborn son had also died the cause of death is not yet known.
Fresh update on "london" discussed on Amanpour
"The virus seems to be able to host medium to long-term disability and the way that a lot about the viral infections do and we are not grappling with that and I think that should help We don't understand the extent to which that's happening and I think it should really give us pause when we think about reopenings, we think about our own personal risk calculus. How much do you worry about the debate? Now? Over a symptomatic transmission, we know the doctor in Germany you know people who are very forward, and you know forward leaning and medically sound on all of this. They say missed. You know elements of what they need to understand early on the as symptomatic transmission. I would say that a symmetric transmission was very much on the cards, even back in March, and the case for it was abundantly clear at at the very least by April I'm, so we've known about that for a while. That is why people have reacted in the way that they have called for state homeowners strict to social, distancing the wearing of masks to prevent people who don't know. They're infected from spreading the bars to the neighbors that friends that families we. We knew this this. This bit hasn't changed and. Of their think, despite the illusion of something that that changes all the time, the signs of this virus is actually being. In its. In its foundations very solid for a long time, we have simply failed to make use of it to act on the advice of experts that actually have been pretty consistent for several months now. This is not a scientific failure. What is happening to the US in covid nineteen? It is a political one. What about the medical issue it has not been peer reviewed I have to say but king's College, which is doing huge amount of research here in London has of the first parts of a study which say that, even if you have had the virus, the immune effect of it, the antibodies could disappear within a very short period of time..
UK-China ties freeze with debate over Huawei, Hong Kong
"Britain and China ties a cooling swiftly with debate over wallowing on Hong Kong only five years ago then British prime minister David Cameron was celebrating a golden era in Britain Sino relations bonding with president xi jin ping over a pint of beer and signing of trade deals worth billions those friendly scenes now seem like a distant memory hostile rhetoric has ratcheted up in recent days the Beijing's new security law Hong Kong Britain's decision to offer refuge to millions in the former colony was met with a stern telling off and Chinese officials have threatened consequences if Britain decides to cut Chinese technology giant one way out of its critical telecoms infrastructure Charles the law does not London
I Feel Better Naked
"Today on sixty seconds psych I feel better naked. Whether gardening outdoors or hiking in the woods, getting back to nature is generally good for mental health. But what about just getting naked today we report on the first randomized controlled trial of naked activity on body image anxiety. The study by. On whist recruited fifty one British adults with a simple, add on twitter. Hang out with others. Drink some wine and get paid ten quid that were then randomized into one of two rooms in a north London bar. In the first room, they mingled and drank with clothes on in the second room. They were met with an instruction. That must've felt like a surprise for this experiment. All you have to do is one enjoy yourself in the company of others for forty five minutes, and to do so naked. All participants are expected to disrobe for this part of the experiment, and they all disrobed without incident. The result socializing naked reduced body imaging Zaidi. It also improved body appreciation, but this effect seemed mediated by the reduction in negative feelings about one's body. The intervention had no effect on the perceived attractiveness of others. What in the devil does this all mean well? They didn't recruit a clinical sample, so it tells us nothing about how nude interactions would affect people with eating disorders, dismore disorder or social anxiety. But it does help us understand and empathize with patients who pursued the nudist lifestyle, and that was likely the sponsors goal for the study, which was funded by the British Nature Ism group unnoticed
Romantic Bridges and Little Museums of Paris; Burgundy
"Of the small specialty museums in Paris were allowed to reopen weeks before the Lou, but just because they don't attract the big crowds of the famous museums doesn't mean they aren't worth your time in just a bit. We'll hear why they can be worth. Including in your travel plans next time you're in town and we'll explore what you'll find in the peaceful countryside of Burgundy and easy giant from Paris. Let's start. Today's very French edition of travel with Rick Steves along the banks of the Seine, the busy river that winds through the heart of the city. Paris to me, it's the capital of Europe and you can never get tired of ten. I just love the way the THEMM lined through. The city in the city faces. It's river and I also love the way it's laced together by bridges that just give so much meaning to your wondering through Paris. Lynch Lima is a journalist for the New York Times. She's written books about Paris to her. New Book is called. The river that made Paris, and she talks about the bridges that lease together the right bank and left bank. In Paris Elaine. Thanks for joining us. Thanks for having me on your show I. Love The way your book. The Seine the river that made Paris illustrates the importance. To France end to Paris and of course, Paris was born on this end, wasn't it? Yes, there would not have been a Paris. Had it not been for the Senate and for the heels lessee tae the island that is the center, the heart of the city of Paris, and that goes back to Roman Times. Pre Roman Times Poetry Roman times absolutely now when we think about the send through the centuries through most of the centuries, it's been a mucky riverbank where. Where you've got all sorts of slime and sewer and garbage and poverty, and and then over the centuries built this wonderful embankment that sort of teams the river, and and makes it an elegant part of the city. Talk a bit about the embankment in Paris will the embankment of Paris really the way it looks like now was conceived in the nineteenth century at before that you could pretty much walk along the banks of the Seine and bring your cows and horses. Horses and dogs right into the river, your laundry, whatever now it's a little bit more challenging, although there are places right now in Paris that you can walk down into the river and go swimming if you're so inclined, but with this mighty embankment you also have elegant bridges, lacing it together to the right and the left bank, and one of my favorite things in Paris just to walk along the banks of the river, and in or cruise the river and enjoy the. The bridges I've got so many vivid memories of just being on the top of one of those river, Seine, tourist boats, and going under these glorious bridges, and the more you know about the context of these bridges, the more funded is to sail under them. Let's just go and there's four bridges that really come to mind from. Yes, I'd love to just talk about each of them as if we're cruising down the river and I. we come to the punt new. Means the Newbridge, right? It means the new bridge, even though it's the oldest bridge in Paris. And when it was built, it was finished in the beginning of the seventeenth century, it was a miracle was an architectural dazzling creation, because it was the first bridge that didn't have houses on either side, so that people would come to the pontiff and look at the expanse of the river. It became the heart and soul of Paris where. You would come and have all sorts of wild activities. You could join up for the army or by. Orange juice or have a tooth pulled or watch jugglers or exchange God. You could buy false teeth and glass is and wooden legs and life, poultry and skin whiteners, so it really was the place to be was a gathering place a Piazza for the city. It was. You know what that's exactly right? It's like a piazza in the shape of a bridge. Now when you said it had didn't have houses on either side. Are you talking like lined with houses and shops like the punt Vecchio in Florence and the London Bridge in. Exactly and that you finally had an open view to the river, and you didn't have these barriers in the shape of houses blocking your. Visual joy of Helseth Martavis city that has some pride because it's just a practical matter. If you had a bridge that you needed help, pay for and maintain. You'd rent out space to it and it would obliterate the fact that it feels like a bridge so London Bridge and the Punt Vecchio it would be lined by shops that were paying rent to the city, so they could have that great bridge. Bridge punt new F-. It's a piazza. That's great. The next bridge we come to is the punt art that right the what what does that mean, and how is it unique well? It's the bridge of the arts and I love this bridge. Because it joy. It's a walking bridge. It's a pedestrian bridge, and so it's a great bridge for picnicking, but if you stand front of this bridge at the Louvre. And look through a gorgeous courtyard, but not many people know about is called the core cafe, the square courtyard you can look through the arch, and you can see right across the bridge to the St to default on the other side of the river, which is where the economy foss says is head. You just feel like you've got this magical long view of Paris
Duchess Meghan Releases Statement Supporting Friends After British Tabloid’s “Vicious" Attempt to Expose Them
"Week. We also saw the Duchess of Sussex released a statement supporting five of her close friends. Friends after the Mayland Sundays, in her words, vicious attempts to expose them. It was an eye witness statements legal document that was filed at the High Court here in London, on July ninth have a copy of it here where the Duchess accuses the Mail on Sunday of trying to create a circus with a friends real lives now these of course are the five friends gave interviews to people magazine in early twenty nine teen in her defense after a barrage, all particularly unpleasant commentary and obstacles in says an areas of the precision press. Megan says an has said already in this case in previous statements that she had no idea that the article was happening until it actually hit newsstands. But the mail, on Sunday, half these five friends names because they have been entered into. The case confidentially by the Duchess of Sussex's is legal team by request of associated newspapers. The argument here of course is the man on Sunday saying that they should be in the public domain, and the Duchess of Sussex's legal team is saying that these are private citizens. Young mums who do not need to be part of this circus. The paper is clearly trying to create. Making writes in the statement. She accuses the publisher of trying to expose the friends in the public domain for no reason other than Click Bates and commercial gain. She goes on to warn that the action is vicious poses a threat to their emotional and mental wellbeing. Of course it will be some time before this actually goes to trial among Cadogan that releasing the name so early in the process when they could potentially act as witnesses important witnesses. In this case, is not going to do any help for either party. But of course, the argument from the Sussex side is that the male really just want to create headlines? Ounce of this other than at sort of do this for any benefits of the case for either side. Megan's already repeatedly stated and ego responses to the publisher. They're being three. That, she knew nothing. If these five friends is cooperation with people, magazine, and effectively, it doesn't affect the grounds of which cases based on which is copyright infringement, an invasion of privacy Megan goes on to say these five women not on trial, nor am I the publisher. If the Mail on Sundays, the one on trial it is the publisher that acting unlawfully, and is attempting to evade accountability to create a circus and distract from the point of this case that the Mail on Sunday unlawfully published my private latter. It's. Very powerful statement I think what's been really interesting about this case is the clearly. The Duchess is not afraid to hide anything. We've actually learned a lot of private information In case it must be quite difficult to sort of be going through these issues with her father again so publicly, and there is no doubt about it that when this does go to trial, it will be a circus whether people want to avoid. That's unfortunately. That is the sort of what we're building up to here. But you know I've spoken to sources close to the Duchess and their legal team, and they're clearly very confident in the purchase. They're taking to this and you know they. They believe they're standing on a very good case a moment as I said earlier. The Mail on Sunday does deny wanting to actually print the names of the five friends, tellingly in their statement that was obtained by C. News. It says to set the record straight and Maryland. Sunday had absolutely no intention of publishing the identities of the five friends this weekend. quite telling that it really specifies this week and. It goes on to say you know this is why. We told the Duchess's lawyer last week that the question of that confidentiality should be properly considered by the courts. Sources actually told me that it was Megan's lawyers doubt sent that they will put on notice by the Mail on Sunday's lawyers, just on Mondays. This is just a few days. Before Megan's witness statement at basically telling them that the males confidential filings should be properly reportable by the media. That's their words. They warned that if Megan's legal team did not apply to the core by July, the ninth, then they would simply assumed the names of the women were no longer confidential, so this situations actually quite contradictory to the statement released by then, and it gives an glimpse of what goes on behind the scenes in a case like this, we all sort of in somewhat unprecedented Tarik trae. with a case against the tabloid by member, the Royal Family because. Sifi! We haven't even gone to trial yet. And it's already unveiled quite a lot, and will no doubt be a difficult situation for the Sussex is to go through. They've. Already well into the next chapter. And this will of course be a heavy burden of for them to deal with a as it. Looks to continue for some months CONSI. See this going to trial until. Late in the year or early next year and
Depp says feces in bed was last straw in marriage to Heard
"Johnny Depp says in a London court ex wife amber heard's claims he abused her turned him from Cinderella to close the moto in the public eye that has testified the couple's tempestuous marriage broke down for good off to an incident in which feces were found in that bed following a party the actor said he thought that Oakley fitting end to their relationship he also said the volatile time with hood had descended into screaming matches but strongly denied hitting the deck was concluding almost full days of evidence it is libel case against a British tabloid newspaper the accused him of physically abusing her on April twenty eighteen article that called him a wife beater Charles and the late this month London
Johnny Depp due to wrap up evidence at libel trial against 'wife beater' claims
"Depp, telling a London court that is a former wife, Amber heard's claims that he abused her turned him from Cinderella Quasimodo in the public eye. He also said that the couple's marriage broke down for good after an incident In which human waste was found in their bed after a party that was wrapping up the evidence at his libel trial against British tabloid newspaper the Sun or the article that accused him of physically abusing her. Pip has strongly denied that he hit her, and he's accused her of compounding a dossier if a claims she will be testifying next week.
Turkey reconverts Istanbul's Hagia Sophia museum into a mosque
"Eight acres court is expected to announce today that the conversion of Istanbul's world-famous argue severe into a museum almost ninety years ago, it was awful. The decision would pave the way for the building's Restoration Mosque and we'll represent a victory of sorts for president recipe type one, but it may cause anger elsewhere, including in the Kremlin and UNESCO HQ, joining us on the line now is Hannah Lucinda Smith is stumble correspondent of the. Times Hello Hannigan off new thanks for being with US I. Guess this was what we had perhaps predicted nevertheless. Oh, that's not gonNA. Stop a number of people being pretty disappointed with the outcome. Yeah well. Absolutely I mean affair is such a symbol, not just in Turkey or not just in the region in the whole world at points it was built in the sixth century. It was the biggest cathedral in the world. It was the seat of eastern Crescenzi for more than a Millennium and then it's really been kind of the symbol of the struggle for the soul of Istanbul. I guess when the autumns took control of the city in fourteen, fifty three, they converse into a mosque, and then when Kemal Ataturk the first president of the secular republic. Took over the country he then. Signed an order basically deconsecrated intending into museum in nine, hundred thirty four, and that's the status it. It's hard since then, but it is such a powerful symbol for Muslims. Christians and also for the Turks who are really bondage this idea of a second second they sit. It's kind of one of the ultimate symbols of their secular country. Just when you're out, and about as it sounds like you are indeed right now, is this one of these things where people are talking about it, and it's upsetting people, or is it one of these strange things? Actually seems to be much more stark much more controversial through the prism of I'm in London or etc. People looking on from Moscow which maybe we'll come to in a in a minute it does it excise people out in about. March she stood in the courtyard. Safia right now. It is a few Tori style. It's actually quite quite mean that's mostly because of the current virus pandemic coming normally at this time of year that would be crowded with tourists actually took his most visited tourist attraction, but I think the interesting thing. Is that inside Turkey this debate? That's not new. It's been going on for a couple. Couple, of decades, it's a question that sort of comes around quite six. In fact, you know I've I've been in Turkey for seven years. Now is the ton. This is come up in my time here and so there is this of feeling of fatigue I you know this is just the same policy policy again but I think it's undeniable, the for certain positive the Paul is. Very, much behind prison on the move is part of the society would be seen as. A big victory pick symbolic victory, but I think in terms of the kind of. The opposition to it. A lot of that comes from outside country. As you mentioned that the star obviously the Greek government's in holy. They still see Istanbul Constantinople. This is the as the center of Greek Orthodox also the Russian Orthodox Patriarch earlier this week, voiced his objection and of course UNESCO Ted. This is a world heritage sites listed by UNESCO. That's partly because of the The mosaics that were uncovered once this was ten years. In the nineteen th that is. On. The big questions is of course. If this is ten back into a mosque, what will happen to those mosaics depict Christ pizza version married picked him of the apostles. You know seen in, Islam, FIT Is is not allowed inside mosques. So this is the kind of places where the real objections are coming from, but it's quite interesting I'm you know it's? Really doesn't feel like much. Is happening at the moment here high? Sophie, let's see. We got the announcement in June a couple of hours. That's what we're expecting so. Possibly something will happen after that, but it's kind of. Yeah. It's still the same very peaceful, very unique. Is indeed sort of an eerie call just on some of those other international stakeholders. And he'll be watching on. We mentioned already you mentioned the Russian. Orthodox Patriarch of course. What about the relationship mean does this tell us anything about the relationship between assemble in Moscow more broadly, maybe more politically because there's various other sort of proxy disagreements agreements. There's other places Libya that seemed to sort of muddy. The waters is this. Does this need to be to be viewed in that context in your view? Show, I think the relationship with Russia is actually the one thing that might give president or pause for thought on this now what we see as I said before the Greeks are. Very opposed to this the US. State Department might POMPEII stems as well, but you know that's kind of old hat fred when he doesn't really care about. Stoking rows with Greece and with the US. Because he's got huge amounts of disagreements with those countries anyway, but when it comes to Russia, it's been quite an interesting situation in Russia. Turkey for the past five years on one level as you say in Libya also in Syria they're. Backing opposing forces, but at the same time, the personal relationship between two President Putin has gone incredibly close, and in other ways. Russia has been backing sick. I guess trying to woo. Tick to a certain extent away from its more traditional allies in the West, so we've seen for example side of the one hundred defense system. From Russia Turkey we've seen many many pets meetings in about trade and defense mutual security between. One impeach him now. The question is if this. Decision goes ahead and the conversion goes ahead then how much opposition will come from from the Kremlin? Clearly, the Patriarch Russian Orthodox Patriarch. Expressed his opposition. That's to be expected, but we also know that religion plays a big part in Russian. Politics today, so would it. Would it carry on further? The featured does it were? Would President Putin be the next person's kind of expresses displeasure, and how would that affect the relationship Tweeden's? I stopped really great to speak to you and thanks for reporting for us right from the scene of this Hannah Lucinda Smith In estan standard joining us on the briefing Monaco Twenty Four.
Summer getaway can begin: New UK quarantine rules in place
"The traditional British summer getaway to the Mediterranean is set to pick up steam as Britain quarantine restrictions are removed from dozens of countries including France Greece and Italy now anyone arriving back in England from around seventy five countries and territories what have to self isolate for fourteen days but with many flights still canceled holiday results are still working on ensuring that they are coded safe and many potential holidaymakers reluctant to make a trip abroad in light of the pandemic the aviation and travel industry is hoping that the new rules will help them salvage part of the summer holiday booking season it's been so battered by the restrictions imposed during the pandemic Charles the last month London
Glass vial shortage could delay deployment of coronavirus vaccine
"Corona virus vaccine made by the Massachusetts based company Moderna. Should go into advanced trials later this month. But even if a vaccine is proven to be safe and effective, there are concerns that a global shortage of specialized glass for vaccine vials could delay its rollout. CBS is empty as tell you takes a look inside a vaccine mega factory If the race for developing a successful Corona virus vaccine is moving at warp speed than this factory floor will be a crucial finishing line. Serum Institute of India is the world's largest manufacturer of vaccines that has been tapped by pharmaceutical giant AstraZeneca to produce over a 1,000,000,000 doses of the vaccine. Being trialed by Oxford University. We've dedicated all our manufacturing facilities. At the moment for the AstraZeneca product. If the Oxford vaccine trials are successful, they're serious concerns about how to distribute it. Glass vials are the safest way they can withstand cold temperatures are resistant to contamination, but they require highly specialized machinery to make If at least 7.7 billion glass vials are needed to treat every single person on the planet. There's nowhere near enough. We are in a situation where lots of things have to come together. As you know such coordination efforts at that skill also depend to a great degree on political coordination. The Trump Administration has been trying to secure supplies only for the U. S. But scientists at the W H O R warning that America first approach will only prolonged is still very global pandemic even with an effective vaccine. NPR's time. CBS NEWS London
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UK Treasury chief warns of depth of recession
"This is treasury chief has warned the nation that that will be tough economic times as the British economy has taken a hit from the cabinet nineteen pandemic we are I thought that before entering into a very significant recession we know that that is happening this is a warning but since chancellor of the exchequer rishi Sunak has given to the British people a day off to repeating his spending plans to boost the economy in a mini budget synnex will to sell his ideas to the nation particularly the expensive program to help third item please to return to work after the government program now paying them expires this plan could cost the treasury as much as nine point four billion pounds almost twelve billion dollars and critics are wondering whether it makes sense Karen Thomas London
How Much of Our Food Do Moths Pollinate?
"Bees are not doing well. Since the mid two thousand colony collapse disorder has been taking out the world's most famous plant pollinator all over the world, these pont, one third of the plant's we eat from oranges, almonds a service worth some one hundred sixty eight billion dollars a year by the way, and their rapid disappearance is worrying farmers worldwide. But what if there a secret army of pollinators? Sneaking around the plants we rely on most it could be good news for food security, or it could be a neutral factor if these insects are susceptible to the same or similar pressures as BS. A study published in May of Twenty Twenty and the journal Biology letters has found moths playing much bigger part in pollinating plants than anybody imagined possibly visiting a bigger variety of plant species than bees, and doing it under the cover of darkness. Scientists didn't just realize overnight that moths pollinate plants. The problem was much of the research was limited to a few specific types of moths the. Spend a lot of time rooting around in flowers like hawk. Moths which have extraordinarily long tongues like fourteen inches thirty six centimeters long used for getting it hard to reach nectar reserves within a flower. However over the last decade investigations into how moths as a group contribute to the process of pollination found that your average moth tongue can be a effective tool for moving pollen from plant to plant. This knowledge led the study's authors to turn an eye to the rarely studied settling moths, which sit low and close to flowers and hide out in sheltered spots during the day. We spoke by email with these studies lead author Richard Walton of the University College London Department of Geography. He said our research has for the first time compared moth pollination networks with those of day flying pollinators such as bees hover flies to help us understand illustrate the wide ranging plant preferences. We discovered moths to have in an agricultural setting. We also found that malls were carrying most pollen from the flowers they visited on their furry bodies, which means the means of pollen transport from flower to flower by moths is very similar to bees, hover flies, which also transport most of the pollen on their bodies. Many social bees like bumblebees and honeybees visit lots of different types of flowers, but they also tend to target certain favourite plants that they know will provide plenty of their favorite kinds of pollen and nectar. As a result, some plant species get less attention than others. Walton said solitary bees often be more specialized visiting one type of plant while hover flies often visit flowers with a certain shape. We found that moths visit many different species of plant with a few different types of flower shape. If daytime pollinators do not visit a particular plant species often, but motte species do, and this results in pollination. This increases the chance that this plant would survive for another generation. So because malls are a bit less picky than daytime pollinators, but still get the pollination job done. Plants not preferred by bees persist, maintaining a diverse population of plants is essential to maintaining A. Resilient ecosystem that can weather threats like climate change organization. Conversely with plenty of plants to feed on moths, themselves can continue being an important food source for birds, bats and other insects. The research team observed and collected daytime pollinators as well as nocturnal moths around farm ponds the United. Kingdom and found moth food webs were often comparable to those of daytime pollinators in complexity, and in some instances had greater complexity. Walton said moths are likely providing a kind of resilience or backup to the food webs of daytime pollinators, if a certain species or number of species of bee or butterfly disappears from the landscape, moths potentially fill in that pollination gap. Taking this step further, it's also significant because moth populations are facing severe declines across the globe, as we realize that they're important contributors to the pollination process becomes even more important to protect moth populations because we might be placed ourselves at risk. The researchers found mauled were visiting plants belonging to families that are important to humans as a source of foods like apples, strawberries, pears, peaches, beans, and peas. Walton said this has exciting implications for mall. Being involved in crop pollination, it would help us to move past seeing moths as merely pests, but as important contributors to our own livelihoods.
Jonathan Luff on Co-Founding an Incubator for Early-Stage Cybersecurity Companies in the U.K.
"I'm not by background attack person I come from a liberal arts background I studied politics in languages at university, and I was fascinated in international affairs I was always interested in history and politics. And that developed into a into a study of international relations, so I I studied. To universities in the UK Newcastle, which is in the north of England, and a Master's degree at Bristol University in the south and it was really. While? I was at Bristol that I developed. An interest in joining the foreign, Service Exams for the for the Foreign Service while I was at university there and I joined the British Foreign Office in in one, thousand, nine, hundred eight, and that took me on a fascinating professional journey, had the opportunity to study Arabic while I was in the Foreign Office and that took me to the Middle East. where I I had a couple of postings. Including some time spent his adviser to UK and US military forces during the war in two thousand and three, and over the course of my my government career over the course of my Foreign Office career I increasingly focused on national security issues. So you know things like counterproliferation, counterterrorism and Cybersecurity, and so that that really took me sort of further towards the the work that I now do but really my my leap into startup space, and and the work that we now do with with cybersecurity companies that was that was triggered towards the end of my government service, I spent a couple of years as an adviser. Downing, street a prime. Minister's Office that was two thousand ten eleven twelve, and around that time there were number of reviews taking place into UK national security, and that flowed some very interesting work around cybersecurity as a as a tier, one, a national security threat, and and you know I I was involved in some of that work. And after leaving, government decided to to make it one of the things that I would focus on. And so, what are you involved with today? What is your day to day like these days? Well since two thousand fifteen with my co-founder grace, cassie, who was another friend of mine from Foreign Service Days A. WE wanted to put in place. A way to support entrepreneurs. In the! Early days of establishing a cybersecurity company we had seen in our time. In government that the this was one of the most important. Challenges and opportunities of of the of the of the decade and we felt that weren't really any. Systems or structures in place to provide the support that was needed. This is fascinating complex area of technology and business, and while there were united some fantastic institutions in the UK there were already a number of significant companies operating this space. We couldn't see the number of innovative new companies emerging that we that we expected to say on the E. found in in somewhat more mature ecosystems like the US, and and to some extent Israel, so we started, Ceylon and Ceylon was A. In early days and experimental accelerator modeled to some extent on programs like Y combinator, but dedicated to Cybersecurity, so we initially Ranna three month program in London, and it's really grown from there and over the last five years we've. We've run ten programs in London and four programs in Singapore and we've had with one hundred companies come through those programs, and so we we spend our. We spend our day odd as in running those programs finding and supporting those entrepreneurs, and then, and then continuing that that support once they leave the program. Can you give us some insights on the state of Cybersecurity and entrepreneurship there in the UK? Yeah well I think it's developed. significantly certainly over the the ten years. That we've been really focusing on this and. Definitely we've seen that. Over the five years we've been running ceylon there really wasn't a a community of of of cybersecurity startups here in the UK back in in the first part of the last decade. We we've helped to capitalize that community here, and there is now a thriving startup ecosystem right across the range of technologies, but definitely in cybersecurity. And I think there are now there are some really quite successful companies that have been set up and developed here over the past five years, and it's now very much part of a a broader technology system here in the UK. And part part of the reason for that is that? The UK has a good reputation in this space, but it's also a a good place to to set up a business if you'll from somewhere else It's been a draw for talent. globally and we certainly saw that in in cybersecurity. We could see the talent. In cybersecurity was was very much distributed around the world. It wasn't just an isolated pockets, and and we found in. Many people wanted to come and. Join our program and get the business started in the UK, and as a result there now you know tens, if not hundreds of of interesting small companies in this field. Is there, even a geographic advantage of of being where you are. I'm thinking you're sort of you. Know equidistant to S- to some of the other important centers of cybersecurity. There's no question. I think you know. Greenwich Meantime has been a competitive advantage for the UK in many different areas of a of business and finance. Over the centuries I think it gives us a genuine advantages being as you say, in time term sort of equidistant between. The economies of the of the of the Americas and those of The Middle East Asia, and that definitely that definitely helps you know having the the economies of Europe on on our doorstep, and you know the last forty years at least strong connections to those economies has been helpful. London has been a melting pot for anybody trying to start a business seek finance and I. Think you know the world the world does come to London or at least it did until we were hit by the pandemic I. Think it will nonetheless emerge from the current crisis is one of the world's great global cities, and and so you know geography masters in Business and certainly been helpful to the development of the cyber ecosystem here.
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"Welcome to five to four. Where we dissect and analyze the supreme court cases that have left America cracked and barren like hot sunlight. Beaming DOWN ON. A drought stricken plane. I am Peter. Twitter's the law boy and I am here with Michael. Everybody and ran high. Today's episode is Kilo versus the city of New London. Case about eminent domain. The right of the government to seize private property. We received some criticism in our podcast reviews for being quote a bunch of libs millennial leftists proliferating quote politically biased tripe and we take this criticism very seriously. And that's why this episode. We are taking on a case where the liberals were in the majority. We also want to know other of US have described us as immature using. Gratuitous Profanity sanctimonious lacking respect for the practice of law. We will not be making any changes to address those concerns so in this case for liberals and Anthony Kennedy held that the city of New London. Connecticut could seize private property including the homes of plaintiff Suzanne Kilo and several others and turn it over to a private developer in the name of fostering economic development. And this is a showcase for hypocrisy from both the Liberals and the Conservatives on the court I think the liberals adopted the sort of narrow and formalistic interpretation of the Constitution that we usually criticize the conservatives for and the conservative descent goes with sort of context and policy driven rationale that they themselves usually reject as improper. Yeah and at the end of the day. Though we have two handed the conservatives here they were in the right and this decision gave a green light to local governments to seize property where predominantly poor people live and work and turn control over to wealthy private developers or private companies who have no meaningful obligation to do anything with the land so we walk us through the background here. What's going on in New London Connecticut? Yeah so the city of New London. Connecticut had fallen on some harder economic times back in the late nineties so the population keeps going down. People are moving away from New London and the city's tax base is therefore decreasing and the city leaders are looking around and saying okay. We really need a boon in economic development so enter a little mom and pop shop called Pfizer. The Pharmaceutical Company back in nineteen ninety eight begins construction of a major new research facility in new London and specifically There's a neighborhood in new London called Fort Trumbull and that's where the new Pfizer facility is being built so in response to Pfizer Showing interest in having a brand new three hundred and fifty million dollar facility there in the Fort Trumbull neighborhood. The city of New London re activates this old private entity. It's a nonprofit. That's run by the city. It's called the new London Development Corporation and they charged the new London development cooperation with developing the Fort Trumbull neighborhood and designing and implementing a plan for new economic activity that would coincide with the Pfizer plant development so that Development Corporation created a development plan for the Fort Trumbull neighborhood. It was a big plan. Includes Lake a Resort Hotel Conference Center a State Park New plans for building a museum eighty to one hundred new residences plus like a bunch of office and retail space. So in the year two thousand. The city of New London approved the development plan and authorized the Development Corporation to acquire the necessary land in the Fort Trumbull neighborhood to start developing all the businesses so development corporation turned around and the offered to purchase all one hundred fifteen lots that were in the Fort Trumbull neighborhood and those lots are both commercial lots and residential lots but when the Development Corporation offered to purchase all of the lots owners of fifteen of the properties. Refuse to sell. Now it's nine owners that become the petitioners here and the lead plaintiff is Suzette Kilo to Suzanne. Kilo is a working class person interviewers. Reporters mentioned that. She works two jobs She had lived there since. Nineteen ninety-seven another petitioner for example Named will mean a dairy. She was born in the house in nineteen eighteen. The House actually lives in in Fort Trumbull. She was born in that house and still lived there for her. Entire life was bitten had like lived there for years. Their kids next door did roots yet. You know these are lower class working class families and individuals. They had roots multiple generations. Like in and around this neighborhood on their properties they owned for decades. And so the petitioners here like the WanNa keep your damn homes you know. They're saying that the government can't just take their property and First of all handed over to a private corporation and second of all handed over to that private corporation just for a promise to in the future economic improvement pretty much the same reaction. I think anyone would have the government just like knocking on your door one day and being like right you gotta leave. We're here to build a hot enough. You heard about this but we have to help Pfizer out. He hadn't heard of a little company called Pfizer. They want your backyard. Some little like you know podunk city council men who have like Boehner's over the idea that their town is going to become this economic hub. Yeah You well. We'll talk about this in a bit later but like you know. The city council is the lowest form of government right. I can't think of anything lower Throwing rocks at Lake scoreboard. Wow there you go I take it back. School board is the lowest form of government but right above that city council. So yeah I mean they. They're facing off with these homeowners and on their side is one of the biggest corporations in the world. Yes yes so. The legal issue here is about the takings clause of the Fifth Amendment which states that quote private property shall not be taken for public use without just compensation and so the question here is what is public use mean. Does it mean that you can just take suzette kilos house and handed over to some developer and say that it's for economic development or is it more limited than that public use historically had been interpreted to be equivalent to public purpose doesn't need to be public use like a park right. It's a little broader than that. It's like for the purpose of helping the public but not necessarily accessible to the whole public for example and the court holds that this is fine because the city had a comprehensive development plan and they seize the property pursuant to that plan. And you know they. The city had decided that the area was in need of rejuvenation and the courts should defer to them on that point and the they go on and on about how it's totally consistent with precedents and all that sort of stuff That we'RE NOT GONNA get too deep into because it's it's pretty right right correct anyway. Yeah Yeah and we'll get into that too. I think when we talk about the amish descent but the the gist of this year is what is public. Use mean under the takings clause and does it apply to a situation where they're just seizing private property and handing it over to some other private entity and the courts saying well. Look Yeah. Sure it's being handed to a private entity but it's for a public purpose right but like the new development something that will be available for anyone to use right. It's an office complex and some rain. Nothing else and if that's a public purpose then what's the private purpose right and I think the fundamental problem with the majority here if that's public then what could private purpose possibly look like. I using the reasoning of the court. There's nothing really stopping the government from just seizing a poor person's home and giving it to a rich person on the grounds that they have the resources to do better with it they can make it more aesthetically pleasing. They could start a business there. Whatever it's it's like making gentrification like a legitimate government and that justifies taking people's property right the sense right originally like the taking clause started it's like building railroads you know it's building highways. It's things that like. The government wants to do that. You can't build the railroad if the house is there. Sort of thing Anti extent that there wouldn't be like direct public ship in. If there's private ownership like a railroad they would become carriers where the public would have general access to their to them anyway so faint. The contrast between that. And what's going on here is is very obvious. You know you don't have to be trained in legal rhetoric or whatever understand the difference between building the railroad and building of an office. Park and judge always talk about limiting principles. What is the limiting principle this reasoning and there just isn't one and what I mean by limiting principle is what prevents you from going down that slippery slope of just taking a poor person's home handing it to a rich person or a rich company because they're gonNA gusty it up right and nothing? The majority says really makes it clear that that can't happen in fact. I think if you take the reasoning to its natural conclusion that can happen. Yeah absolutely yeah I think so and I think Justice John Paul Stevens. He's the one who's writing for the majority here. Really the only thing he says.
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