35 Burst results for "Long Bailey"

Gomes, Smyly help lift Cubs to three-game sweep of Phillies

AP News Radio

00:32 sec | 2 weeks ago

Gomes, Smyly help lift Cubs to three-game sweep of Phillies

"The cubs have a four game winning streak after completing a three game sweep of the Phillies four three The cubs Homer three times as they completed their first three game sweep in Philadelphia since July 2000 Jan Gomes furnished two of the three round trippers and Nelson Velazquez also went deep Drew smiley retired his first 14 batters before Bryson Scott doubled and scored on Alex bohm's single to left It was the only run allowed by smiley who surrendered just four hits over 6 innings David Robertson notched his 14th save in Bailey falter took the laws Garrett Stubbs homeward for the fills I'm Dave

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Alcantara spins another gem, Marlins top Mets 2-0 in 10

AP News Radio

00:34 sec | Last month

Alcantara spins another gem, Marlins top Mets 2-0 in 10

"The Marlins did their scoring in the tenth inning of a two zero shutout of the mets Ghost runner Billy Hamilton stole third and continued home on catcher Thomas nido's throwing error Luke Williams capped the scoring with an RBI single Bailey was able to steal her get home on a wild throw and then I came up just trying to find a good picture hit and got one and ask for the other huge Sandy Alcantara tossed 7 innings of 6 hit ball He's gone at least 7 frames and 12 consecutive starts The Marlins gained a four game split and cut the mets lead in the NL east to one and a half games over the braves I'm Dave

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Hard-line conservative Reps. Boebert, Miller win primaries

AP News Radio

01:26 min | Last month

Hard-line conservative Reps. Boebert, Miller win primaries

"To have Congress's staunchest conservatives repelled more centrist alternatives to lock up Republican nominations on Tuesday in Colorado one of former president Trump's most Ardent supporters representative Lauren boebert won the nomination in the third congressional district while election denied or Tina Peters lost her bid to become the Republican nominee for Secretary of State to Pam Anderson and a Republican who favors some abortion access Joe O'Day won the Senate primary against a far right candidate in Mississippi a member of Congress who voted to overturn the 2020 election but supported a January 6th the investigation won the Republican runoff in the third congressional district representative Michael guest defeated pro Trump challenger Michael Cassidy in Illinois far right state senator Darren Bailey who got a late endorsement from Trump won the Republican nomination for governor he faces democratic incumbent governor JD pritzker representative Mary Miller a 2020 election denier who has spoken admiringly of Adolf Hitler won her Republican primary and reverend Jesse Jackson's son Jonathan won a 17 candidate democratic primary for an open congressional seat in New York Rudy Giuliani's son Andrew a former Trump White House aide lost the Republican primary for governor to representative Lee zeldin He will take on governor Kathy hochul who won her democratic primary I'm Julie Walker

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Doug Shares the Story of 'The Candle in the Forest'

The Doug Collins Podcast

02:21 min | 8 months ago

Doug Shares the Story of 'The Candle in the Forest'

"To tell you the story of the candle in the forest, but simple Bailey. The small girl's mother was saying, the onions will be silver and the carrots will be gold. And the potatoes will be ivory, said the small girl and they laugh together. The small girl's mother had a big white bowl in her lap and she was cutting up vegetables. The onions were the hardest because she cried over them. But our tears will be pearls, said the small girl's mother, and they laughed at that and drive their eyes and found the carrots much easier and the potatoes easiest of all. Then the next door neighbor came in and said, what are you doing? We're making a vegetable pie for our Christmas dinner, the small girl's mother said. And the onions are silver and the carrots are gold and the potatoes are ivory said the small girl. I'm sure I do not know what you're talking about, said the next door neighbor, we're going to have turkey for dinner and cranberry and celery. The small girl laughed and clapped her hands. But we're going to have a Christmas pie and the onions will be silver and the carrots gold. You said that once, said the next door neighbor, and I should think you'd know that there weren't anything of the kind. But they are, said the little small girl, all shining eyes and rosy cheeks. Run along darling, said the small girl's mother. And fine poor pussy pour up. He's out in the cold, and you can put her on your red sweater and red cap. So the small girl hopped away like a happy Robin and the next door neighbor said she's old enough to know that onions aren't silver. But they are, said the small girl's mother. And carrots are gold and the potatoes are in the next door neighbor's face was flaming. If you say that again, I'll scream. It sounds silly to me. But it isn't. Really, in the least bit silly, the small girl's mother said, and her eyes were blue and sapphires. As clear as the sea, it is sensible. When people are poor, they have to make the most of little things, and the only we only have expensive things in our pie. But the onions will be silver and the lips of the next door neighbor were folded in a thin line. If you had acted like a sensible creature, I shouldn't have shouldn't have to ask you for the rent. The smaller girl's mother was silent for a moment. And then she said, I'm sorry. It ought to be sensible to make the best of things.

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Breitbart's Political Editor Emma Jo Morris on Joe Biden's Knowledge of Hunter's Business Dealings

America First with Sebastian Gorka Podcast

03:03 min | 8 months ago

Breitbart's Political Editor Emma Jo Morris on Joe Biden's Knowledge of Hunter's Business Dealings

"I don't know what he was doing. I know he was on the board. I found out he was on the board after he was on the board. And that was it. And there's a lot of time. Isn't this something you want to get to the bottom of? No, because I trust my son. But that doesn't pass the smell test. It's like, when you're a vice president, isn't there a higher standard? Don't you need to know what's happening with your family. Don't need to put down some guardrails. Unless there was something that was there was something on his face that was wrong. There's nothing else face that was wrong. So look, if you want to talk about problems, let's talk about Trump's family. I mean, come on. This is amazing. Nothing on its face was wrong. Let's not talk about me. Let's talk about the Trump family because yeah, reasons. That is the sad pathetic old man who bear Bailey bears the title president of the United States, talking about whether he knew anything about his son's business relations. No, I didn't. But just stop asking me questions. Let's get to the truth about the actual knowledge that he had of Hunter Biden's corruption in so many different ways. With somebody who, well, broke the laptop from hell story. We are delighted to have her in studio. She is an awful terrible. Maybe because she spent far too much time in Canada. She's Emma Joe Morris. She is the political editor for one of the most powerful organizations in the world that's on the right side. It's called breitbart dot com and she is in studio welcome Emma. Thank you so much. Thank you for having me. So first things first, I'm going to ask you about your background. How you get to bright about where you were before that. But just to reaction to that random act of journalism from axios where we're here to see how old guy get a little bit touchy at the end, but first say, no, nothing to see here. Yeah, I mean, it's pretty unbelievable, especially after all of the reporting from the New York Post. I mean, the first story, the first story was addressing that claim, specifically, which was that he didn't know. So he was kind of skirting by saying my son does what my son does and I don't have anything to do with it and nobody had anything to say actually you do until the post reporting, which was the first story. Vladimir from burisma says, thank you for the opportunity to meet your father. And that was an email that we have the actual words of the originator who it's going to thanking Hunter Biden for having me meet what your daddy. Yeah. And then obviously, you know, a couple with that story of the same day. We had the story of The White House leaking conference calls to charisma. So obviously he was aware, obviously, they were helping each other. And the way that they were kind of making this whole thing look okay if you don't have the emails in public view was they weren't being paid while Joe Biden was in office. So that was kind of the plausible deniability way that they

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Trea Turner slam, solo HR; Kershaw hurt, Dodgers beat Brews

AP News Radio

00:33 sec | 11 months ago

Trea Turner slam, solo HR; Kershaw hurt, Dodgers beat Brews

"Tracy Turner homered twice including a grand slam and the Dodgers came from behind to beat the brewers eight to six LA had trailed five one until Turner's fifth inning slam maybe five to five Matt Bailey broke the tie with a pinch hit Homer in the seventh Clayton Kershaw let up three runs before leaving in the second inning with an injury to his pitching arm Blake Treinen wanted in relief young del Gustav a took the loss Kenley Jansen got the save the Dodgers remain alive in the NL west race trailing the giants by two games with two to play mark Myers Los Angeles

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Buxton's homer spoils Berríos’ return; Twins beat Jays 3-1

AP News Radio

00:34 sec | 11 months ago

Buxton's homer spoils Berríos’ return; Twins beat Jays 3-1

"Byron Buxton's two run Homer was the difference as the twins dump the blue jays three to one the blast was part of a three run third against Jose Berrios who is back in Minnesota for the first time since being dealt to Toronto with the trade deadline Maria struck out ten over six innings winning pitcher Bailey over limited the chase to a run over five and a third innings of the twins fourth straight win Marcus Semien homered for the blue jays who are two games behind the Yankees for the second AL wild card it was Semien's forty second home run one of the major league record for second baseman step by Atlanta's Davey Johnson in nineteen seventy three I'm Dave Ferrie

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Kenya Moore and Cynthia Bailey Not Returning to RHOA

The Steve Harvey Morning Show

00:44 sec | 11 months ago

Kenya Moore and Cynthia Bailey Not Returning to RHOA

"There's a rumor out there. That cynthia bailey a kenya more are not returning to the real housewives of atlanta. Now porsche and candy will be back. But they're saying that they are going to cast younger new cast members acid rumor. We don't know if that's true and no word yet junior. I'm not sure. It's the og girl. Sha ray get fader are coming back. We don't know yet. We don't know. I've just had cynthia balian. Her husband. Michael show yesterday did they. Still any. t. steve a lot of stuff. But it wasn't about whether she's come back on this show man. Well that's a room. We don't know if it's true so we will see

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Book: Top US officer feared Trump could order China strike

AP News Radio

00:56 sec | 11 months ago

Book: Top US officer feared Trump could order China strike

"A new book about the trump White House is the top US military officer called his counterpart in China to assure him the U. S. would not suddenly attack according to the book peril written by Bob Woodward and Robert constant joint chiefs chairman mark Bailey was so concerned about Donald Trump in the final weeks of his presidency he reportedly called the top Chinese commander in January of this year to reassure him the U. S. was stable after the capital incursion and said the two nations would not suddenly go to war a senior defense official confirms that report officials say Millie believe the president suffered a mental decline after he lost the election a view shared by house speaker Nancy Pelosi Donald Trump has responded denying he ever considered attacking China and saying if Millie went behind his back as reported the general should be tried for treason Jackie Quinn Washington

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Rev. Jen Bailey: What We Inherit & What We Send Forth

On Being with Krista Tippett

02:36 min | 1 year ago

Rev. Jen Bailey: What We Inherit & What We Send Forth

"Reflecting a lot lately about what is it. Has it been about my life experience that has helped me see this long view. It a relatively hung aids and i think i think it's been my proximity to death Having lost my mom at twenty eight when she was sixty three years old having last three or four friends all women of color to suicide early twenties two weeks after i gave birth to my best friends from high school died unexpectedly and experienced walking with my mom. Her last few months On earth when she was after battling cancer for fourteen years in walking with her and alongside her and feeding her and changing her and carrying for her and loving for her and being in the room when she transitions think those experiences throughout the course of my life have allowed me an insight into just how precious and finite and short life can be and so the question then becomes our time on. Earth is not guaranteed. It's okay to just do what we can do over here and enjoy it all happen And i wonder how much that might be. Reflected generational with other folks In particular of of young black folks in the us who had grown up alongside and becoming behind me who have seen death literally become spectacle in front of our eyes. He's constant encounter with via social media whether it be police shootings where other things that are. Now just right in front of our eyes And given that we live in a culture in the us that is not well we like like to shut it down any any case yeah I wonder if emerging out of this twenty twenty moment. There might be a reintregation of how he sit with death and grief not as like something that is sad that dwelling

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Tucker Carlson Confronted by Man at Montana Fishing Store

Mike Gallagher Podcast

01:41 min | 1 year ago

Tucker Carlson Confronted by Man at Montana Fishing Store

"Internet's had a field day over the weekend with tucker. Carlson being confronted by a guy named dan. Bailey as tucker was with his daughter at a fly fishing shop in montana. Tucker incidentally is a apparently a big outdoors. I mean i've known for years. There's been other video of him. Fly fishing. I saw once a video of him fishing in central park which is kind of interesting. But he's a he that he that's his thing you know. And that's a hobby of his and here. He is minding his own business with his daughter. I think his daughter is i. I don't know if she's a an adult or not. A couple of comments suggested she was maybe kind of college age. I don't know much about tucker's family but in a video posted this this creeps up personal instagram account. The guy could be seen walking up to tucker at a place called dan. Bailey's fly shop in livingston. Montana turns out the guy's name is dan bailey. But it's not. Dan bailey of the dan. Bailey's fly shop in livingston. It's a coincidence. But there goes up to them. If you're if you're by computer got a smartphone. We've got the video of it. i. I'm gonna play just to make a point. I didn't want to even acknowledged this. But i was giving us a lot of thought and i guess we're going to pull back the curtain a little bit to share that. This is kind of these guys. Go through i think on a regular basis and i don't know that it's a secret that most of them have security and have to because of incidents like

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Too Faced Just Launched Their 'Pomade In A Pencil' Brow Shaper and Filler

Gloss Angeles

02:03 min | 1 year ago

Too Faced Just Launched Their 'Pomade In A Pencil' Brow Shaper and Filler

"To face came out with a bunch of brow products. I was also very impressed with their latest offerings. Okay so these launched this month. And i like all the products. I love the paw made in a pencil. It looks like a pen. it's ergonomic like it has a little heart at the end so it's kind of a triangle. So they try to make ergonomic for your fingers so unlike a brow pencil dot you know is meant to give you those hair strokes. I like this because it really is just about filling in bald spots. Which is my biggest problem. And sarah and i were talking about this biggest problem. Yeah exactly like. I just wanna fill in the bald spots. I actually don't want my brow to look super put together in tailored anymore. I wanted just to look really natural and fluffy and all that good stuff and I love the coasts products. Like we've laxed poetic about the coasts brow stuff like it's so so good i also turned my mom onto the coast is brow product. So yes janet like she to support a by more but this poem made it fills in nicely. You don't have to use a ton of it. It looks very natural on it comes a boatload of colors and it just gives the brow the shape that you want without having to be this like very structured brow situation that can be a little bit overwhelming with a pencil. Yes sir we're talking about this before we got on. And i don't want to speak for sarah. I personally cannot emulate brow strokes that stay all day like i can do it at the beginning of the day but then as the day wears on it starts to move with starts to bleed kind of like it just becomes more fuzzy than precise yeah. It's really really hard lake. Only jared bailey can achieve those really fine strokes with a pencil on me. I don't know if i'm just too aggressive or heavy handed or if it's just the wrong pencil that i'm using but i agree that the palm made and a pencil. It makes it very effortless to do your browse

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Coming of Age During the AIDS Crisis

Making Gay History

01:52 min | 1 year ago

Coming of Age During the AIDS Crisis

"My first time at circus. April thirtieth nineteen eighty three madison square garden. I'm twenty four years old. And i am not a date berry is not my date yet. We haven't fallen in love yet. But we are at the circus together. We're the very first big aids fundraiser. In new york a few early supporters of the gay men's health crisis got together and bought out a performance of the barnum and bailey circus. The greatest show on earth wasn't prepared to officially host an event for his cause. But gmc got around that by reselling the seventeen thousand six hundred seats to raise money and tackle the growing crisis ernest. See of gay men when the ringmaster introduces broadway star patti. Lupone lose it. After meeting speech from patty leonard bernstein walks across the floor of the arena to conduct the orchestra of the star spangled banner mezzo-soprano shirley varez voice feels. The garden joined by thousands of voices in the audience. Patriotism clowns and aids seems improbable now but felt so right in the moment.

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How Many Songs Have Questions in the Title?

How Many Podcast

02:10 min | 1 year ago

How Many Songs Have Questions in the Title?

"Many great songs have a question in the title. It was a lot more than i thought. There was just looking at their suggestions. I was thinking. Oh maybe there's twenty songs that are like that are popular amand. We i was seeing. You know up to fifty one hundred tests. Ask a question in the tidal. And i did a google search found a list that had over a hundred song titles and so what i did is i said okay. I don't know this one. i don't know this one. I don't know this one. And i got it down to eighty now. How many of these are regan. Considered great will be an interesting discussion. Why don't we start with bob on. How many do you think we are going to vote as great fifty four gary thirty seven scott forty five in junior fifty five. I would have said like sixty so. These are in alphabetical. Let's get started with. Ain't that a shame fats domino. Yes that's the highly recognizable song eight that is like rain. Years did the great cover. I'm drawing a blank. Cheap trick all right. Are you lonesome tonight. Elvis presley tuna. Going back to the oldies bill bailey. Won't you please come home. Well that's the real name of axl rose. He'll name. I would vote for that. Just because papa's delicate condition was a movie where jackie gleason starred and. That's a silly song. I would vote for it. But i don't think anyone else we'll give it any love anybody else so yes on that one. Very old timey. It's a song idea recognize. It's a song. I know okay so we have two but three no

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Ober Wins 1st, Kepler Hits 2 Homers, Twins Top White Sox 8-5

AP News Radio

00:42 sec | 1 year ago

Ober Wins 1st, Kepler Hits 2 Homers, Twins Top White Sox 8-5

"Rookie Bailey over pitched five scoreless innings for his first major league victory as the twins dumped a white Sox eight to five over gave up two hits and three walks in his seventh career start Max Kepler homered twice as the twins B. T. ale central leaders for just the second time in ten games a season I bought this chain by a week and a half ago and I haven't been wearing it the last two days and I believe there's bad you want it so I need to get rid of whatever cursed I change Nick Gordon's two run triple put Minnesota up six to one Dylan cease was the losing pitcher yielding six runs and six hits with eight strikeouts over five in the third the white Sox have dropped three straight since a five game winning streak I'm Dave Ferrie

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Royal Caribbean to Host 600 First Responders in Cruise Ship Near Building Collapse Site

Cruise Radio News Briefs

00:30 sec | 1 year ago

Royal Caribbean to Host 600 First Responders in Cruise Ship Near Building Collapse Site

"Here's your crews news briefs for saturday. July third twenty twenty one. Royal caribbean has offered up ship explorer of the seas to serve as a temporary residents for first responders in the surf side condo collapse which is just a few miles from miami beach in a facebook. Post the lines president. Michael bailey said that up to six hundred first responders. We'll stay on the ship for a few weeks. In addition to the cabin the ship lhasa provide hot meals laundry service and wifi to the search and rescue

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Sen. Sheldon Whitehouse Is a Leftist Attack Dog yet Defends All-White Beach Club

Mark Levin

01:48 min | 1 year ago

Sen. Sheldon Whitehouse Is a Leftist Attack Dog yet Defends All-White Beach Club

"And so, Sheldon Outhouse henceforth. Long tradition of Rhode Island of these white all White Bailey's beach clubs, and you know what? Minimal attention today by the big media. Minimum. Minimal. They're always looking for reasons to go after Trump. But here they have a guy they've got him. The name it even works. White House. He only goes into White House is this guy? It's unbelievable. But they don't want to hurt him. He's an attack dog for the left. He favors abortion on demand He favors open borders. He favors all the stuff that you know you got a favor in order to be a crackpot, unhinged leftist. So I want to give a hat tip to go local prov because they uncovered this. Of course not the Washington compost in the next limes. No, no, no. They wouldn't dare to look at Outhouse. Cut eight Go back in 2017. You had expressed concerns about the membership of the All White Bailey speech club said that you hoped it would become more diverse. Now your family spend members. Your wife is one of the largest shareholders. Has there been any traction and are there any minority members of the club now I think the people who are running the place we're still working on that. And I'm sorry. It hasn't happened yet. Do you have concerns and Danny? She just said your wife is a major shareholder in the club. That's interesting. His wife, not the two of them his wife as a major shareholder, so he knows this is sleazy. He knows politically, It's a bad thing. So the wife, he puts the wife well, She's a major shareholder. I I just wish that hasn't happened. I wish you what? Well, what about your wife? You jerk.

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Martin, Pulock help Isles top Lightning 3-2 to tie series

AP News Radio

00:45 sec | 1 year ago

Martin, Pulock help Isles top Lightning 3-2 to tie series

"Josh Bailey Matthew bars on men Martin each scored some inviolable stopped twenty eight shots and Ryan Pulock made a game saving play in the final seconds to secure three two islanders win over the lightning the game four victory evens the best of seven series at two games apiece as the series shifts back to Tampa Bay bullock made a diving stop on a last second attempt by Ryan McDonagh to keep the Tampa Bay defenseman from sending the game to overtime Bailey called it a special place in the patience to just stick with it yeah I think it was just a a great play by him coming game saving play obviously and huge rating point extended his playoff goal streak to seven games and Tyler Johnson also scored for the lightning Andrei vasilevskiy made twenty seven saves in the loss Christian Arnold Uniondale New York

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"long bailey" Discussed on 850 WFTL

850 WFTL

04:57 min | 1 year ago

"long bailey" Discussed on 850 WFTL

"Oh, fuck Christmas. If Oh, my Dream. Funny, 179. It just feels like Christmas from the energy are Levin Accident? Attorney studios? Have you been in an accident? Call the law offices of Manage our Levin. 1 807 47 free. That's 1 800. 7473733 w E A T F M WEST PALM BEACH, Sonny one of 79 is the Palm Beach Is Christmas station sing along all season long? Bailey's not be that Billy's movie that baby's mommy that hospital bed It is not be that baby's not be That baby's not even my boyfriend. I want always you a merry Christmas way from the bar. Come on. I don't know where you went to. Merry Christmas. Merry Christmas on Billy's movie that Please not be that Benny's mail my bed easy that it is not me that Please. Maddie, that lease money that much better I'm doing. I want to wish you love Christmas. Always your merry Chris. Man. I want to wish you a merry Christmas on the bottle on my wish you a merry way, man. I wish you a merry Christmas from a bottle of Baileys. Nothing that Billy's maybe luck released movie that was made over by doing Ben. He see that that is not either. Bailey's Bobby that he's not be that first mate online doing Freddie's e want to wish you a merry Christmas with you, Mary. Great past our wish. You merry Christmas. Come by my house. I always do. Christmas Wish you a Merry Christmas. Merry Christmas from the file about a heart. Please. Not be that Bailey's probably that Billy's mommy. That hospital really ready. This'll song goes great with eggnog and sugar cookies, Sonny wonders 79 the Christmas Music station. Dancer, Baby Slip a sable under the tree for me, awful good girl. Santa baby. Hurry down the chimney tonight. It's a.

"long bailey" Discussed on The Red Pill Report

The Red Pill Report

05:52 min | 2 years ago

"long bailey" Discussed on The Red Pill Report

"Restraint techniques. There's A. Conspiracy, a number of people have. been involved in. Arranging a number of Jewish organizations have been involved in arranging and funding the training of American policemen. There was a conspiracy there. There's a theory about the number of people have had ideas about why this is happening. We're not sure, but there's a number of people have got ideas. It's a conspiracy theory. But it's also a conspiracy fact. It's truth. What she said. On the whole was factual, and true would do with a little bit of error much in it in a moment. But on the whole. What she said was true. Mrs Long Bailey retreated view with an actor and labor supporter maxine. Peake Pike Pick? The Shadows Education Secretary. Who has been? been to the party, leadership's accused him later, said the she had not meant to endorse or accept aspects of the article but Pierce Kerm Sturm. Senate his first Protei was tackling anti Semitism. Not Dealing with the truth. Not asking questions that need to be asked about why a Jewish. Charities effectively. Jewish organizations funding the training of police forces in America. No we don't care about that. What we want to do is tackle antisemitism of any kind. Be Telling the truth or not. Now as far as I'm concerned. And Anti Semitism at the wrong word because. The Palestinians. See Mine's. And, you can be anti Palestinian, or will you like and be praised heaven? By the Jews and by the. left-wing. Mainstream media. Jew is not something I'm keen on either. But Anti. Jewish charities or Jewish organizations training another country's police force sending them to Israel to be trained well. I'm might be allowed to have a view on that if they were training. British policemen on violent restraint techniques I think having a view on that would not be. A hatred of the Jewish people. Continue. The Labour leader said the sharing of that article was wrong because the obstacle contained anti Semitic conspiracy theories and I have therefore stood. Rebecca Long Bailey down from the shadow cabinet. The fact that it might be true doesn't matter..

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"long bailey" Discussed on The Red Pill Report

The Red Pill Report

03:41 min | 2 years ago

"long bailey" Discussed on The Red Pill Report

"Which hold the West? This is absolutely foul racist place. We've had riots in the streets. We've had protests. Black lives matter because blacks are highly prosecuted in the UK. So why are people from? Well. Maybe. Non White countries. Seeking to come here desperately desperate enough to risk their lives. Maybe. It's not as intolerable here. Swimming told me we're not such a racist and foul disgusting country as we're being told all. The coming here for a reason more important. Than being comfortable. Or, SAFE! Now I don't know what that is. I have my suspicions, but that is, but maybe there's another reason why they're coming other than. Because, it's a nice place to live. Or because of our social welfare. Or because France is at war. And they need to get out of fronts to save their lives. The national. Orgies Office said Home Office. Officials admitted that they had no specific evidence to show the compliant environment policy the successor to the hostile environment. That led to the wind scandal etcetera etcetera. Has made any difference in reported issue on Wednesday. Auditors also pointed out the home. Office has not updated. Estimate for the size of the illegal population for fifteen years. And that nearly two thirds of immigrants enforcement detainees released from detention without removal. For fifteen years. We've had no idea how many people have come into the country illegally. And of those who come in two thirds released. Into the community. Without removal. It comes days off. New Courses Watch, the Equality Human Rights Commission announced it would launch a legal action to review the department. The department had complied with the quantity law when implementing the hostile environment. How Day you could be less than. Consider all the human rights of those who illegally entered the country. It's just not tolerable. We are going to sue you. For Your intolerance of people illegally entering. The country. On a similar vein, but slightly different. Labor's Long Bailey sucked in antisemitism row. The BBC tell us Labor leader. Secure Sturm has sacked Rebecca Long Bailey sang. She shared an article containing an Semitic conspiracy theory. How shocking! There's a conspiracy theory. Well, there is a conspiracy. Many Jewish organizations, and if you want to know the details behind this true nooses, in-depth investigation, and you can find that on their website. Many Jewish organizations in America are boasting on their own websites that they have funded the training of thousands tens of thousands of American police officers..

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"long bailey" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

07:25 min | 2 years ago

"long bailey" 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.

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"long bailey" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

05:51 min | 2 years ago

"long bailey" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"Big hit as well currently down three point two percent at seventeen dollars even gold not exempt from this market rout turned down one percent at one thousand six hundred and twenty eight dollars a Troy ounce that's a pretty big business lasting peace and guarantee more of what's going on around the world Sandra thank you here in the UK labour's handling of anti semitism has dominated a TV debate between three employees having to leave the policy his stomach told an audience into spree there were massive riles and this at a cabinet over the issue he went to head to head with Lisa ninety and Rebecca long Bailey in the context of taking over from Jeremy Corbyn the winner will be announced on April the fourth a federal judge in Seattle has delivered a blow to president trump's plans for the Mexican border wall the judge ruled the administration may not divert eighty nine million dollars from a construction project at a submarine base in Washington state the White House plan to take three point six billion dollars from the military projects to help build the wall and the pet dog of a coronavirus patient in Hong Kong has been found to have low levels of the virus the dog tested weak positive for the grain of iris the city's agricultural and fisheries department said in a statement officials will carry out further tests to confirm whether the joke has really been infected well if it was a result of environmental contamination from its mouth and nose Lebanese twenty four hours a day on that and QuickTake by Bloomberg powers by more than twenty seven hundred journalists and analysts and more than one hundred twenty countries and again this is pulling back vote gently and thanks for that will virus issue and the virus news all everywhere of course this morning the corporate impact is tangible several companies a decade warning slowing sales and supply chains that are effective the restaurant industry is not immune to any of this amongst those taking hits in the to me the significant decline in tourism as airlines suspend routes to infection hubs like China South Korea Italy will be joined by Bloomberg's chief food critic Richard vines here in the state is a rigid good morning to you know you'll seeing significant the people might I suppose come away this evening for the may need a stiff drink in a decent meal after the day they've had but it might not be so easy I feel like that most evenings the big impact in London this being on Chinatown I was speaking to the owner of a restaurant you didn't phone and he says his business is down as much as eighty percent this just is awfully getting hit in various ways all these kind of people associated with viruses Chinese people in this very kind of white once a racist reasons but for racial reasons thing way also Taurus and Taurus keeps on coming in these restaurants depend very much on toll groups from China that's disappeared into the China tourism business ation towards business is important to love to restaurants at the high end to a place like Gordon Ramsay you'll see three or four data tables visits from a shipment most services and then if you just think logically on top of Oxford Street to stores and found the free tells them I C. S. S. P. group which has retail and food outlets across Europe is he never warned of the impacts of the virus I spoke to Chris Smith who owns coal by Christmas not the hottest restaurant to get into a lot of the moment my name is Max I tried to table yes it was nothing she said they've so far only lost one table to the virus but I think that's rather a special case yeah okay do you do we anticipate things getting worse before they get better I think definitely I mean Mike pence the precious things got so much better we're supposed to three days even with a new case being either not it's as bad these other people but I was basically going to Venice myself next week in the office of cancel that trip and to you know the people just not coming in now and I suppose this is an issue of of supply chains and food coming through I mean that's that's material full restaurants to think about in the circumstance active mean less people depend on either spice coming from either around the world including China places across Europe and the facts if that's not happening then they could be happy the other thing for restaurants in particular is that stuff isn't this sick at a restaurant they are required to go to triple a sick either you know it straight away and self you know the self isolating thing for the rest of the stuff they could get hit that way as well yeah and those are the best the village at the few nights thanks to an oxygen report live football is down to eighty five percent that's about Chinese visitors that they've got the Wolsey cafe that you know the ups there restaurants in these models as well yeah no absolutely I mean it's been all over the the front pages of the newspapers dominated the news agenda so you know who these people going out of the sea people are anxious and that's one of the things we do the government is talks about to try to prevent kind of anxiety amongst the general population but that is another story in the U. K. not just going to buy some bags it to having an impact do you think on a restaurant industry the moment what we just focus entirely on on health I think he's almost entirely lots of moments I mean they're always other things going on for example at the restaurant group that reports the wi Jones Frankie and Benny's and G. Chiquitos announces weekly going to shut my two restaurants but that's kind of well it's free now yes for a full and the as it happens secondly also and what the moment I can open the overcome restaurants but this is the main impact it's a difficult moment for every industry but a cool set places where people gather together in public spaces I guess could be hurt worse than most Richard thank you so much Bloomberg chief food critic Richard vines that joining us with an assessment of how it's affecting that sector of industry yeah when indeed we had the warning to us this morning from I. eighty about how could advise and it makes it impossible for them to have confidence about full year view for the business of travel and leisure and luxury goods are very much in focus with corona virus affecting the markets U. S. stocks fifty features comedy down three and a half percent we are expecting a very tough day.

"long bailey" Discussed on Remainiacs - the Brexit Podcast

Remainiacs - the Brexit Podcast

11:52 min | 2 years ago

"long bailey" Discussed on Remainiacs - the Brexit Podcast

"It's like a visit to an annoying relative once and the CBI have this week. The government to allow them into the Post brexit trade towards. Because they say we don't have enough enough time to complete the negotiations ah bad week to be in the CBI unless you really want to see under leads him. So one hundred seventy billion dollar figure how. He's he's not calculated that. Wow that's a big question I can tell you that The NFC Center for economic performance did some number crunching before before Christmas and came up with. They didn't come up with an overall figure but they came out with an impact on various things and the problems is that the pound is now ten percent down on its pre vote value And yet despite that exports have not gone up which you would normally expect to have happen. Then there's the fact that wages are stagnating That's the fact that inflation is up. GDP is down all these things are having kind of downward pressure on people's incomes And so I don't really know why people have not yet noticed. This I think there's a general disaffection with politics and with life in general impression in a sense that we will once we're out of the EU we will be free and it will magically transform and get better and this is just the ghastly you know limbo Holding pattern and will we know with one bound. We will be free I think once we are out of the EU on once we all post lost the December proper exit date. People will be still have to confront their start having to confront this was. It looks like there isn't going to be an extension engine beyond of the year the end of the year and so there's not enough time to sort of get a full deal done. How can businesses prepare the bank on? They can't really very prepared very well. because it's also uncertain. I mean I. It's unclear whether Johnson Wilga deal. I think most people think he will get some sort of bad bones deal but the question is what how how much it will cover an roll. My certainly not cover services so if you're in that you're going to be making every effort to move as much of your business As you can after Britain if is feasible and you're not going to be investing in Britain which is also really important so those are the two things that are going to be happening right right now. It's worth adding to that. The we took about goods and services like the two sort of spoke with. Actually they mix up all over the place. So let's say you're. Ibm What are you. Are you a good company services company. You'll Hewlett Packard goods or services you're even the coffins classic goods company that usually invoked in the finance in that allows is people pay for monthly. They are essentially in this sort of mini bank as one of their functions. And that's a service. That's not a good so when all of these we tend to look at it as solid categories but for most businesses big businesses. It's all sloppily mixed up together. In folk business was kind of a a useful message for Johnson in this kind of because business was the elites. And it's a very good sort of message for Brexit is and you're kind of like a just a guy gets things done and doesn't worry about the the establishment. Can you govern on that business. especially if you're a conservative. I love the way this government that basis. I love the way that you've just started saying the word business. Ah Fuck you can you can. He is sort of governing on the the basis of fuck business. Because there's rose you said you're not giving them any time to prepare if you're going to get you're not gonNA come up with a text of this agreement until lay the way the business would prepare for that within the weeks left open into the Danica. It's just crazy completely crazy. This would never happen. The political space to do that existed and currently exists because of Jeremy Copen because business are ultimately more scheduling coburn than they are crazed got and that may or may not continue to be the case with somebody I. I'm not sure would she could turn out to be slightly different but one would expect it to be similar to that. If you have someone like stummer in charge I think that space suddenly narrows his birth Johnson. It's a because you will have someone on the other side who's been credible face to business. He's going to be clear descended business. Come to us. We promised we're not gonNA national everything. We're not just GONNA go food Chavis. I'm not sure I promised. So on that basis I think he would have a more limited room to maneuver. But there's no guarantee that that's what's going to happen. I think we'RE NOT GONNA go full Chavez the winning together or wherever smugly as it should we were not going to go full show. He thinks so I can. I can just add one point to that. Not think that there's something about coping that was uniquely off putting in that sense that that Long Bailey. She's in that tradition. She's she's a different personality. She's from a different generation. Ration- She's got different kinds of associations Do you think that the particularly Sort of business repellent qualities of Goldman you know inevitably not be repeated. That labour can only be the seat is. That's the automatic on. I know it's perfectly possible. Should be as you could be mckanie. She could quite easily do about before. We're going we'll we'll do two to three big left wing issues. We'll put those in the manifesto but everything else steady as she goes and that's what she needs to be that she could also be someone that it it looked. She wasn't so aggressive in the manner she wanted to do it. The whole proposal could be look we need to. We need check things up. You seen the way this country operates. It's we need to have a more equitable distribution of wealth. But that doesn't mean that we don't treat companies with respect. That doesn't mean that you know when when we approached them it's not as enemies but his colleagues that we can with in German incapacity of saying you know we'll have work on the boards for remuneration discussion. She can be or do they think the truth is a really no. I don't think anyone really nice right now. All do we really know about her. Is that the conyers you guys thought. She was their best punt for the continuity. That doesn't necessarily mean that she will be the Johnson fucked business also also has another Value because it's a bit of a dog whistle to people who are perhaps the new Tory voters in the red on the Red Wall and New People who have turned to him because they are keen on his populist message. Because fuck business means fucks. The city fought London. You know all these things. You don't Fuck Lena. Lawn business kind of lego movies. All fucked business. It's it's it's basically saying I don't care as much about these big financial institutions about this big money making machine as I do about you. You poor downtrodden people and and is a key populist trope. He's playing with them. But imagine the the fortunes of Businesses Post Brexit are somehow connected acted to the fortunes of the downtrodden people. Yeah well I I. I'm not fully aware of that door I I yeah. I'm just saying do you think. Do you think that if Lee supporting I mean. We've talked about it ever since twenty sixteen but you think after Brexit if leaves sporting areas start really Hurting do you. Do you see a point. which the economic impact of Brexit is going to kind of turn voters against? It's Johnson. Will they just find somebody else to blame daily. It's when unemployment starts going up. That's when I don't see it I midnight identity. Climate sceptics with sort of a third of the world burning and another third drowning in another third melting agency. I didn't see them stepping up and saying oops yet we got this wrong Its creed that doesn't mean that it went translate into government woman dissatisfaction. And it doesn't mean that you have to convert everyone. I think one of the mistakes remain made and one of the mistakes. Labor maiden didn't in its general election strategy and continue continues to make. Is this this wish for a Damask in conversion Asian of the really hard core people that they will suddenly publicly self flagellate and say we got it wrong. Labor is greater we got it wrong. BREXIT BREXIT is terrible. That will never happen. And it's actually damaging to your real goal which is to nibble at the edges at ten percent around the edges of all lose issues. Who just don't feel strongly enough about it? And whom you might convert so so yes. Basically relate to what Ross was saying they. They don't have to blame brexit. They just have to be annoyed with Johnson. They don't have because if they blame breaks that means they may have to blame themselves whereas I don't weirdly. I feel that people who voted leave. They feel that they cannot turn against the idea of Brexit because like a few people remain in generally they they feel because that means that they messed up and yet when it comes to general elections. People don't seem to feel like you know what I mean if you vote Labour and they've let you down. Vote the Tories and they've let you down there. Isn't that same feeling. Ailing of like what an idiot. I was for voting for them so that people are more willing to turn against Johnson than against the idea of Brexit. It's true and it's easy to see. Johnson is operating in a vacuum because he has a large majority but actually the the country still fifty three forty seven percent roughly against brexit now if that percentage begins to change even fractionally if he goes to fifty five forty five it goes to fifty eight forty two the more or that moves the more likely. It makes us after brexit because he doesn't operate in a vacuum it is difficult Zim more a Support slides away from you. The more difficult it becomes to pursue the grandest version of your plan. If that makes sense the more it forces as you to add water to your wine. That's a Greek expression it's nice. It's very Greek. I think that point point is spot on and we have like after on February the first we kind of liberated from having to have the discussion about whether Brexit is a good idea and with suddenly and that is an advantage. It is an opportunity that we should take. Doesn't mean that you stop the think in any different way just means. The question isn't stop doing this because it is already happened. The thing will be how you doing it. And the argument of the government's making a fucking shambles of this is a strong argument that people will latch onto quite easy. The I did he could portray Boris Johnson. Simpson is. He's good at wobbling. But he's got no detail and look at how that's fucked us. Now is a strong argument. That can work for years and we look at those areas. What are the areas that are going going to be most affected? It's not London which is actually a very global city and can consider deal with the hit from your because it has lots of interest outside in the globe. It's not Scotland because actually it's not very record on European Midlands and the north of the areas that are gonNA get hit hardest. The mostly various places that voted for Johnson and the task will be to link his inadequacy new government with the performance of what is going on in those places. That's how I think key to that will be give people a little bit of time in space rather even keep hitting them over the head with it will be much more effective to go back to people in six months and say. Do you see this thing that was promised. Oh missed has everything turned rosy for you rather than ask them daily because it just entrenches in them that just makes them say yeah. I love it the ball..

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"long bailey" Discussed on Remainiacs - the Brexit Podcast

Remainiacs - the Brexit Podcast

11:52 min | 2 years ago

"long bailey" Discussed on Remainiacs - the Brexit Podcast

"It's like a visit to an annoying relative once and the CBI have this week. The government to allow them into the Post brexit trade towards. Because they say we don't have enough enough time to complete the negotiations ah bad week to be in the CBI unless you really want to see under leads him. So one hundred seventy billion dollar figure how. He's he's not calculated that. Wow that's a big question I can tell you that The NFC Center for economic performance did some number crunching before before Christmas and came up with. They didn't come up with an overall figure but they came out with an impact on various things and the problems is that the pound is now ten percent down on its pre vote value And yet despite that exports have not gone up which you would normally expect to have happen. Then there's the fact that wages are stagnating That's the fact that inflation is up. GDP is down all these things are having kind of downward pressure on people's incomes And so I don't really know why people have not yet noticed. This I think there's a general disaffection with politics and with life in general impression in a sense that we will once we're out of the EU we will be free and it will magically transform and get better and this is just the ghastly you know limbo Holding pattern and will we know with one bound. We will be free I think once we are out of the EU on once we all post lost the December proper exit date. People will be still have to confront their start having to confront this was. It looks like there isn't going to be an extension engine beyond of the year the end of the year and so there's not enough time to sort of get a full deal done. How can businesses prepare the bank on? They can't really very prepared very well. because it's also uncertain. I mean I. It's unclear whether Johnson Wilga deal. I think most people think he will get some sort of bad bones deal but the question is what how how much it will cover an roll. My certainly not cover services so if you're in that you're going to be making every effort to move as much of your business As you can after Britain if is feasible and you're not going to be investing in Britain which is also really important so those are the two things that are going to be happening right right now. It's worth adding to that. The we took about goods and services like the two sort of spoke with. Actually they mix up all over the place. So let's say you're. Ibm What are you. Are you a good company services company. You'll Hewlett Packard goods or services you're even the coffins classic goods company that usually invoked in the finance in that allows is people pay for monthly. They are essentially in this sort of mini bank as one of their functions. And that's a service. That's not a good so when all of these we tend to look at it as solid categories but for most businesses big businesses. It's all sloppily mixed up together. In folk business was kind of a a useful message for Johnson in this kind of because business was the elites. And it's a very good sort of message for Brexit is and you're kind of like a just a guy gets things done and doesn't worry about the the establishment. Can you govern on that business. especially if you're a conservative. I love the way this government that basis. I love the way that you've just started saying the word business. Ah Fuck you can you can. He is sort of governing on the the basis of fuck business. Because there's rose you said you're not giving them any time to prepare if you're going to get you're not gonNA come up with a text of this agreement until lay the way the business would prepare for that within the weeks left open into the Danica. It's just crazy completely crazy. This would never happen. The political space to do that existed and currently exists because of Jeremy Copen because business are ultimately more scheduling coburn than they are crazed got and that may or may not continue to be the case with somebody I. I'm not sure would she could turn out to be slightly different but one would expect it to be similar to that. If you have someone like stummer in charge I think that space suddenly narrows his birth Johnson. It's a because you will have someone on the other side who's been credible face to business. He's going to be clear descended business. Come to us. We promised we're not gonNA national everything. We're not just GONNA go food Chavis. I'm not sure I promised. So on that basis I think he would have a more limited room to maneuver. But there's no guarantee that that's what's going to happen. I think we'RE NOT GONNA go full Chavez the winning together or wherever smugly as it should we were not going to go full show. He thinks so I can. I can just add one point to that. Not think that there's something about coping that was uniquely off putting in that sense that that Long Bailey. She's in that tradition. She's she's a different personality. She's from a different generation. Ration- She's got different kinds of associations Do you think that the particularly Sort of business repellent qualities of Goldman you know inevitably not be repeated. That labour can only be the seat is. That's the automatic on. I know it's perfectly possible. Should be as you could be mckanie. She could quite easily do about before. We're going we'll we'll do two to three big left wing issues. We'll put those in the manifesto but everything else steady as she goes and that's what she needs to be that she could also be someone that it it looked. She wasn't so aggressive in the manner she wanted to do it. The whole proposal could be look we need to. We need check things up. You seen the way this country operates. It's we need to have a more equitable distribution of wealth. But that doesn't mean that we don't treat companies with respect. That doesn't mean that you know when when we approached them it's not as enemies but his colleagues that we can with in German incapacity of saying you know we'll have work on the boards for remuneration discussion. She can be or do they think the truth is a really no. I don't think anyone really nice right now. All do we really know about her. Is that the conyers you guys thought. She was their best punt for the continuity. That doesn't necessarily mean that she will be the Johnson fucked business also also has another Value because it's a bit of a dog whistle to people who are perhaps the new Tory voters in the red on the Red Wall and New People who have turned to him because they are keen on his populist message. Because fuck business means fucks. The city fought London. You know all these things. You don't Fuck Lena. Lawn business kind of lego movies. All fucked business. It's it's it's basically saying I don't care as much about these big financial institutions about this big money making machine as I do about you. You poor downtrodden people and and is a key populist trope. He's playing with them. But imagine the the fortunes of Businesses Post Brexit are somehow connected acted to the fortunes of the downtrodden people. Yeah well I I. I'm not fully aware of that door I I yeah. I'm just saying do you think. Do you think that if Lee supporting I mean. We've talked about it ever since twenty sixteen but you think after Brexit if leaves sporting areas start really Hurting do you. Do you see a point. which the economic impact of Brexit is going to kind of turn voters against? It's Johnson. Will they just find somebody else to blame daily. It's when unemployment starts going up. That's when I don't see it I midnight identity. Climate sceptics with sort of a third of the world burning and another third drowning in another third melting agency. I didn't see them stepping up and saying oops yet we got this wrong Its creed that doesn't mean that it went translate into government woman dissatisfaction. And it doesn't mean that you have to convert everyone. I think one of the mistakes remain made and one of the mistakes. Labor maiden didn't in its general election strategy and continue continues to make. Is this this wish for a Damask in conversion Asian of the really hard core people that they will suddenly publicly self flagellate and say we got it wrong. Labor is greater we got it wrong. BREXIT BREXIT is terrible. That will never happen. And it's actually damaging to your real goal which is to nibble at the edges at ten percent around the edges of all lose issues. Who just don't feel strongly enough about it? And whom you might convert so so yes. Basically relate to what Ross was saying they. They don't have to blame brexit. They just have to be annoyed with Johnson. They don't have because if they blame breaks that means they may have to blame themselves whereas I don't weirdly. I feel that people who voted leave. They feel that they cannot turn against the idea of Brexit because like a few people remain in generally they they feel because that means that they messed up and yet when it comes to general elections. People don't seem to feel like you know what I mean if you vote Labour and they've let you down. Vote the Tories and they've let you down there. Isn't that same feeling. Ailing of like what an idiot. I was for voting for them so that people are more willing to turn against Johnson than against the idea of Brexit. It's true and it's easy to see. Johnson is operating in a vacuum because he has a large majority but actually the the country still fifty three forty seven percent roughly against brexit now if that percentage begins to change even fractionally if he goes to fifty five forty five it goes to fifty eight forty two the more or that moves the more likely. It makes us after brexit because he doesn't operate in a vacuum it is difficult Zim more a Support slides away from you. The more difficult it becomes to pursue the grandest version of your plan. If that makes sense the more it forces as you to add water to your wine. That's a Greek expression it's nice. It's very Greek. I think that point point is spot on and we have like after on February the first we kind of liberated from having to have the discussion about whether Brexit is a good idea and with suddenly and that is an advantage. It is an opportunity that we should take. Doesn't mean that you stop the think in any different way just means. The question isn't stop doing this because it is already happened. The thing will be how you doing it. And the argument of the government's making a fucking shambles of this is a strong argument that people will latch onto quite easy. The I did he could portray Boris Johnson. Simpson is. He's good at wobbling. But he's got no detail and look at how that's fucked us. Now is a strong argument. That can work for years and we look at those areas. What are the areas that are going going to be most affected? It's not London which is actually a very global city and can consider deal with the hit from your because it has lots of interest outside in the globe. It's not Scotland because actually it's not very record on European Midlands and the north of the areas that are gonNA get hit hardest. The mostly various places that voted for Johnson and the task will be to link his inadequacy new government with the performance of what is going on in those places. That's how I think key to that will be give people a little bit of time in space rather even keep hitting them over the head with it will be much more effective to go back to people in six months and say. Do you see this thing that was promised. Oh missed has everything turned rosy for you rather than ask them daily because it just entrenches in them that just makes them say yeah. I love it the ball..

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"long bailey" Discussed on Remainiacs - the Brexit Podcast

Remainiacs - the Brexit Podcast

11:48 min | 2 years ago

"long bailey" 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..

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"long bailey" Discussed on Remainiacs - the Brexit Podcast

Remainiacs - the Brexit Podcast

11:38 min | 2 years ago

"long bailey" 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..

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"long bailey" Discussed on Coffee House Shots

Coffee House Shots

14:02 min | 2 years ago

"long bailey" 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..

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"long bailey" Discussed on Coffee House Shots

Coffee House Shots

14:02 min | 2 years ago

"long bailey" 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. We'll sue the fact that in London. At least you have the blame game. AIM BETWEEN CITY-KHAN LONDON. Maher who then blames Tories and the Tories blame the mare. So I think that's capitol specific issue. The the government's record is going to catch up with it so I think that if you have bad statue years time and it gets worse owning. That point is much harder for Boris Johnson to suggest. It's nothing to me of James You've written about this in your columnist week. Yeah I think if you look at the election and the Brussels decision to harvest twenty thousand extra police officers one of the things that really worried the tortoises. They in danger of losing their reputation as the Party of law and order you saw in the two thousand seventeen election. How lay manage to make? Police cuts work in their favor. The toys can neutralize issue in nineteen with his offer of hiring twenty thousand police..

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"long bailey" Discussed on Monocle 24: Midori House

Monocle 24: Midori House

14:06 min | 2 years ago

"long bailey" Discussed on Monocle 24: Midori House

"The candidates need to have the backing of at least twenty two. MP Sent Emmy piece to make it onto the ballot so four have qualified while two others require a few more nomination Laos. If I may start with you. How many people do you think we'll be in this contest? Insist by the deadline this afternoon. I think it's possible that one emily film remind managed to get enough votes to be on the on the ballot paper. Well not on the ballot. The paper get through this hurdle tools. Get onto the ballot paper. There's another hurdle to cross yet. But I think there are clearly for front runners who are the full people who've already Got League correct number sufficient number of movies and empties and that secure starmer. Who was the Brexit Secretary Rebecca Long Bailey? Who's seen as Jeremy Corbyn chosen successor and two women on the back benches just Philipson Lizard? Nandy what do you think are the most interesting candidate so far well. I've always had a certain liking. Felice Jason Andy. Because I see her in all these events and also interviews always I think generally trying to understand understand why. Her constituents voted in weakened for Brexit. And what to do about that. And she's a remain herself she's very pro-european and she's is trying to bridge. This gap is she's probably not gonna be the Success of Jeremy Corbyn this time around but I would really hope hope that she is being included in the next leadership on the on the front bench because I think people like her can actually give pride and authenticity. Back to people. In the north I still having a pro European Basic background which is also important to keep in mind that the Labor Party split in the middle favorites laws. And I think both the women in in both the backbench women. Listen Andy Just Philip so both very very strong candidates I have a soft spot for Jess Phillips. She's very very blunt speaking. She's also remainder an elite constituency. But I think those sorts of things probably will become less and less relevant over over time in four or five years time when whoever the leader of the Labour Party is is is campaigning to be prime minister whether or not they will leave or remain back in the referendum will probably much less significant than that it feels at the moment and the just Phillips is. She's she's she's bold is courageous. She's very straightforward and very honest in her responses. When asked any kind of question and I think probably she the the fact that she has has this ability to get people to sit up this to break through and not appear like a politician? Giving politicians answers is probably what the Labor Party needs to get a hearing. Exactly exactly do you think. Do you think the Labor Party to try to learn something or is there something to be learned from other European countries of the left has been doing in Europe. Are there some success stories. You must be joking. We have at the moment. At deep deep crisis of Social Democracy Everywhere in Europe the parties are on the brink of extinction. You have in Germany in Austria in France. We're really not in a situation to say that we were actually on the continent. People were looking. Britain ended carbon success. thinking a real left has a chance to be hurt In the in the by voters and now people are not so sure anymore. I think you can see this also here now. That Kievstar seems to be the strongest candidate because he seems to be moving the Party not away from the left but into a more socially acceptable way of dealing with Topics and personal issues. The Labor Party was really suffering from the sect ish leadership around Corbin. YEA time secures. Tom And I think he would be a very good leader but he is kind out of an old fashioned. Social Democrat of the kind who Across Europe has seen their support falling away and I just wonder whether or not people expect like something different from their politicians these days and something different from that political parties and perhaps we did break free from that mold. Do you think anyone now. Uh of these candidates would have what it takes to challenge the conservative part thereof. I guess there are many people who think that the Conservative Party has changed in the in the previous in the last years. It's turned into a more populist party. Some call it a calls. Well I think that The biggest enemy of Porsche Johnson but Tory party at the moment is Boris Johnson and Dettori by itself. Because stay are sort of now in this populist Mood mood and they have to just find out how actually to govern between all these things the promise and they won't be able to do that easily. The Labor Party will have a hard time to to get back on its feet. Whoever is the leader And maybe cure star. My has a certain chance at the ballot box because he can sort of counter counter with facts and figures and keep his Carmen and not lose his temper. I'm not seeing this so much with Rebecca Long Bailey at the moment because I'm not quite sure if she wants the job it was early for her to be pushed into this position in my view is how do you see the legacy of Jeremy Corbyn within the Pasi. uh-huh well bizarrely. I think Jeremy Corbyn Eluded to this earlier the Labor Party a service in that it kept it alive in the twenty fifteen election is I don't really election. Did much better than anyone. Thought he was going to. Sort of. Twenty seven thousand electromagnet did much better than anyone thought he was going to do. And he built the Labor Party up as a membership organization our the largest political party in in western Europe and that was an impressive. lexi import a lot of young people in But his politics chicks were were hopelessly out of line with where the British public actually And ultimately he did the Labor Party a disservice and and and I for one and I think many other people will be saying you know of not a very fond goodbye. Were glad to see the that the back of him and The damage that he did to the credibility and reputation of the Labor Party particularly over the antisemitism issue which we went just we went beyond antisemitism. It was a reflection action. Kind of politician isn't the kind of politics that he's sprang from is something he's GonNa take The new leader Labor Party a long time to recover from. And that's why we need a very clean clean break with the golden years. How much do Jerry Carbon supporters still have within the party? When they're choosing the next leader will we will see about that now? Of course they they do. And you have A split practically momentum about politics. They're pushing for the carbon candidates without really really having being so sure that their candidates are so good. I think it will be very complicated to see how the different trade unions Who they will support when it comes closer and closer to the final candidate Vote and so. I think that there's a lot of young people who are Oh really Happy to to go with Corbin at the beginning and then saw that it doesn't work so they have to now find a new person to attach their sympathetic Ed. Dick feelings too which is also not so simple at this choice of candidates now so I think it's quite an open field at the moment. Pretty wild in all the ranks. It's wrong to think incremental members and supporters as a block just until the shifted around herded around my life sheep that individual members. They'll make up their own months. Just finally do think the Labor Party will have to make might about brexit during this leadership contest. Well it's going to have to make up. Its mind about the future relationship with the European Union and it's going to have to hold the government's it's feet to the fire brexit and the The the long-term relationship with Europe but I would be very surprised under any leader whether the Labor reportable go into the next election suggested we should rejoin the the the European Union for now. That's that issue has been settled lands price and Jessica which there we'll be back in just a moment but first here is Monaco's Daniel Bates with some of the other stories. We have been following today. Thank you Marcus Canadian. Prime Minister Justin Trudeau has said said. His government will not rest until there are answers about the Ukrainian plane that was down by Iran. Trudeau was speaking vigil for fifty seven Canadians. who were killed in the disaster sastre? Iran initially denied responsibility before saying it shot down the plane in error. Meantime protesters have once again taken to the streets in Tehran denouncing Iran's clerical rulers over that admission policing Columbia say. They have foiled an attempt to assassinate the former FARC commander t machiko authorities claimed that the would be assassins were intercepted and killed on a road in the west of Columbia. Police believe dissident left wing rebels had ordered the attempted hit on Timoshenko and Italy's Prime Prime Minister Giuseppe. Kante has said that the results of an upcoming regional vote will not decide the future of the country's national government. Mr Conti also told the daily newspaper Corriere della. Serra that Italy's ruling parties will meet at the end of the month. Those are some of the headlines. We're following now back to you. Markus thanks Donyo these. This is Monaco South View. I am Marcus here. We have TISCO each last prize. Let's turn our attention to know the island where UK Prime Minister Minister Boris Johnson and ISD. Shock Leo Varadkar have arrived in Bell I to meet with the new power-sharing executive at Stormont the visit comes uh-huh software and agreement to restore devolution. which saw the Northern Ireland Assembly seat on Saturday for the first time after three year suspension the sights through now try to work out a plan to implement London's funding pledge lands in the past? You did work in Northern Ireland's reporting for the BBC Howie Story. Do you think these moments is. It's a significant moment. I think you could overstate it. I mean we simply getting back to the kind of two fold devolved government under construction in Northern Ireland. That should have been there for the last three years and hasn't been because of the issues that they fell out over and the lack of trust between the two. Besides which is the union is side of represented for to a large degree by the Democratic Unionist. Party they propped up last Conservative administration and shouldn't shouldn't find the principal representatives of the of the nationals. You have to over twenty years since I worked at the same divisions. They're the same historical connotations that people bring up up and the same lack of trust so it's significant in that they are giving it another go and moving forward but we're still a long away from the hopes that were invested in all of this with the Good Friday Agreement back in nine hundred ninety eight. which as you've been following this new story? How optimistic are you about this like well? I think nobody's really optimistic. But in terms of northern island what is interesting is that they could be in a way also winners of this whole brexit process because because they are the only ones who are staying in the European Union customs arrangements in parts of the single market and when I was in Scotland in Glasgow a few weeks ago they told me that the companies would like to relocate their headquarters to Belfast because then they have better trading opportunity so we will see if maybe this combination of a lot of money from Whitehall coming to Belfast in Northern Ireland in general combined with the idea that every one of those will try to be very careful but also getting more business. Traction maybe to Belfast could also not be so bad and if everyone behaves politely to which other which is not always a guaranteed thing with Melissa with Arlene Foster we will see if that can actually be not the worst period in northern then island but that of course is also not very optimistic thing to say. Let's talk about Brexit in just a moment but last something. I have to have from us that. Obviously the return of devolution in northern orlands means says the executive can now take decisions that have been stalled for years. What are the priorities? While the priorities I think are things like health service services. The Education Service both of which and have faced at very difficult industrial action going on those. Those strikes have to be resolved very quickly. Those industrial disputes roots and and the investment has to go into particularly mental health services. I think in Northern Ireland are at crisis point a recruitment of nurses and teachers all those sorts of things bread and butter issues that haven't been addressed because civil servants have been have been have been governing. But there's worth noting just one thing which Shaw is relevant about today as well and there were certain decisions that couldn't be made by the politicians because of the fundamental disagreements that they had today same sex marriage becomes legal in Orland would never have happened if the assembly had been sitting for the past three years exactly. Well let's talk about Brexit. Then dissolve a new report from the the Institute for Government says that the question over the Irish border post brexit good actually land the UK government in European Court. Boris Johnson says there will be no oh new checks on goose moving across the Irish Sea Island and the EU insists. Those will need to be in place to protect the border. Tizzy thing this will be discussed today installment well. They're sort of on the dependent end of it in Stormont they will not be the ones who negotiate in Brussels because Supe- sit-ups as a partner of portion has been dismissed and she'd fan of course doesn't even sort of coin sit anywhere in Westminster in talks anyway so It will very much depend on the negotiations about the Trade Agreement that the UK wants to strike with the European Union..

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"long bailey" Discussed on Monocle 24: Midori House

Monocle 24: Midori House

13:31 min | 2 years ago

"long bailey" Discussed on Monocle 24: Midori House

"The candidates need to have the backing of at least twenty two. MP Sent Emmy piece to make it onto the ballot so four have qualified while two others require a few more nomination Laos. If I may start with you. How many people do you think we'll be in this contest? Insist by the deadline this afternoon. I think it's possible that one emily film remind managed to get enough votes to be on the on the ballot paper. Well not on the ballot. The paper get through this hurdle tools. Get onto the ballot paper. There's another hurdle to cross yet. But I think there are clearly for front runners who are the full people who've already Got League correct number sufficient number of movies and empties and that secure starmer. Who was the Brexit Secretary Rebecca Long Bailey? Who's seen as Jeremy Corbyn chosen successor and two women on the back benches just Philipson Lizard? Nandy what do you think are the most interesting candidate so far well. I've always had a certain liking. Felice Jason Andy. Because I see her in all these events and also interviews always I think generally trying to understand understand why. Her constituents voted in weakened for Brexit. And what to do about that. And she's a remain herself she's very pro-european and she's is trying to bridge. This gap is she's probably not gonna be the Success of Jeremy Corbyn this time around but I would really hope hope that she is being included in the next leadership on the on the front bench because I think people like her can actually give pride and authenticity. Back to people. In the north I still having a pro European Basic background which is also important to keep in mind that the Labor Party split in the middle favorites laws. And I think both the women in in both the backbench women. Listen Andy Just Philip so both very very strong candidates I have a soft spot for Jess Phillips. She's very very blunt speaking. She's also remainder an elite constituency. But I think those sorts of things probably will become less and less relevant over over time in four or five years time when whoever the leader of the Labour Party is is is campaigning to be prime minister whether or not they will leave or remain back in the referendum will probably much less significant than that it feels at the moment and the just Phillips is. She's she's she's bold is courageous. She's very straightforward and very honest in her responses. When asked any kind of question and I think probably she the the fact that she has has this ability to get people to sit up this to break through and not appear like a politician? Giving politicians answers is probably what the Labor Party needs to get a hearing. Exactly exactly do you think. Do you think the Labor Party to try to learn something or is there something to be learned from other European countries of the left has been doing in Europe. Are there some success stories. You must be joking. We have at the moment. At deep deep crisis of Social Democracy Everywhere in Europe the parties are on the brink of extinction. You have in Germany in Austria in France. We're really not in a situation to say that we were actually on the continent. People were looking. Britain ended carbon success. thinking a real left has a chance to be hurt In the in the by voters and now people are not so sure anymore. I think you can see this also here now. That Kievstar seems to be the strongest candidate because he seems to be moving the Party not away from the left but into a more socially acceptable way of dealing with Topics and personal issues. The Labor Party was really suffering from the sect ish leadership around Corbin. YEA time secures. Tom And I think he would be a very good leader but he is kind out of an old fashioned. Social Democrat of the kind who Across Europe has seen their support falling away and I just wonder whether or not people expect like something different from their politicians these days and something different from that political parties and perhaps we did break free from that mold. Do you think anyone now. Uh of these candidates would have what it takes to challenge the conservative part thereof. I guess there are many people who think that the Conservative Party has changed in the in the previous in the last years. It's turned into a more populist party. Some call it a calls. Well I think that The biggest enemy of Porsche Johnson but Tory party at the moment is Boris Johnson and Dettori by itself. Because stay are sort of now in this populist Mood mood and they have to just find out how actually to govern between all these things the promise and they won't be able to do that easily. The Labor Party will have a hard time to to get back on its feet. Whoever is the leader And maybe cure star. My has a certain chance at the ballot box because he can sort of counter counter with facts and figures and keep his Carmen and not lose his temper. I'm not seeing this so much with Rebecca Long Bailey at the moment because I'm not quite sure if she wants the job it was early for her to be pushed into this position in my view is how do you see the legacy of Jeremy Corbyn within the Pasi. uh-huh well bizarrely. I think Jeremy Corbyn Eluded to this earlier the Labor Party a service in that it kept it alive in the twenty fifteen election is I don't really election. Did much better than anyone. Thought he was going to. Sort of. Twenty seven thousand electromagnet did much better than anyone thought he was going to do. And he built the Labor Party up as a membership organization our the largest political party in in western Europe and that was an impressive. lexi import a lot of young people in But his politics chicks were were hopelessly out of line with where the British public actually And ultimately he did the Labor Party a disservice and and and I for one and I think many other people will be saying you know of not a very fond goodbye. Were glad to see the that the back of him and The damage that he did to the credibility and reputation of the Labor Party particularly over the antisemitism issue which we went just we went beyond antisemitism. It was a reflection action. Kind of politician isn't the kind of politics that he's sprang from is something he's GonNa take The new leader Labor Party a long time to recover from. And that's why we need a very clean clean break with the golden years. How much do Jerry Carbon supporters still have within the party? When they're choosing the next leader will we will see about that now? Of course they they do. And you have A split practically momentum about politics. They're pushing for the carbon candidates without really really having being so sure that their candidates are so good. I think it will be very complicated to see how the different trade unions Who they will support when it comes closer and closer to the final candidate Vote and so. I think that there's a lot of young people who are Oh really Happy to to go with Corbin at the beginning and then saw that it doesn't work so they have to now find a new person to attach their sympathetic Ed. Dick feelings too which is also not so simple at this choice of candidates now so I think it's quite an open field at the moment. Pretty wild in all the ranks. It's wrong to think incremental members and supporters as a block just until the shifted around herded around my life sheep that individual members. They'll make up their own months. Just finally do think the Labor Party will have to make might about brexit during this leadership contest. Well it's going to have to make up. Its mind about the future relationship with the European Union and it's going to have to hold the government's it's feet to the fire brexit and the The the long-term relationship with Europe but I would be very surprised under any leader whether the Labor reportable go into the next election suggested we should rejoin the the the European Union for now. That's that issue has been settled lands price and Jessica which there we'll be back in just a moment but first here is Monaco's Daniel Bates with some of the other stories. We have been following today. Thank you Marcus Canadian. Prime Minister Justin Trudeau has said said. His government will not rest until there are answers about the Ukrainian plane that was down by Iran. Trudeau was speaking vigil for fifty seven Canadians. who were killed in the disaster sastre? Iran initially denied responsibility before saying it shot down the plane in error. Meantime protesters have once again taken to the streets in Tehran denouncing Iran's clerical rulers over that admission policing Columbia say. They have foiled an attempt to assassinate the former FARC commander t machiko authorities claimed that the would be assassins were intercepted and killed on a road in the west of Columbia. Police believe dissident left wing rebels had ordered the attempted hit on Timoshenko and Italy's Prime Prime Minister Giuseppe. Kante has said that the results of an upcoming regional vote will not decide the future of the country's national government. Mr Conti also told the daily newspaper Corriere della. Serra that Italy's ruling parties will meet at the end of the month. Those are some of the headlines. We're following now back to you. Markus thanks Donyo these. This is Monaco South View. I am Marcus here. We have TISCO each last prize. Let's turn our attention to know the island where UK Prime Minister Minister Boris Johnson and ISD. Shock Leo Varadkar have arrived in Bell I to meet with the new power-sharing executive at Stormont the visit comes uh-huh software and agreement to restore devolution. which saw the Northern Ireland Assembly seat on Saturday for the first time after three year suspension the sights through now try to work out a plan to implement London's funding pledge lands in the past? You did work in Northern Ireland's reporting for the BBC Howie Story. Do you think these moments is. It's a significant moment. I think you could overstate it. I mean we simply getting back to the kind of two fold devolved government under construction in Northern Ireland. That should have been there for the last three years and hasn't been because of the issues that they fell out over and the lack of trust between the two. Besides which is the union is side of represented for to a large degree by the Democratic Unionist. Party they propped up last Conservative administration and shouldn't shouldn't find the principal representatives of the of the nationals. You have to over twenty years since I worked at the same divisions. They're the same historical connotations that people bring up up and the same lack of trust so it's significant in that they are giving it another go and moving forward but we're still a long away from the hopes that were invested in all of this with the Good Friday Agreement back in nine hundred ninety eight. which as you've been following this new story? How optimistic are you about this like well? I think nobody's really optimistic. But in terms of northern island what is interesting is that they could be in a way also winners of this whole brexit process because because they are the only ones who are staying in the European Union customs arrangements in parts of the single market and when I was in Scotland in Glasgow a few weeks ago they told me that the companies would like to relocate their headquarters to Belfast because then they have better trading opportunity so we will see if maybe this combination of a lot of money from Whitehall coming to Belfast in Northern Ireland in general combined with the idea that every one of those will try to be very careful but also getting more business. Traction maybe to Belfast could also not be so bad and if everyone behaves politely to which other which is not always a guaranteed thing with Melissa with Arlene Foster we will see if that can actually be not the worst period in northern then island but that of course is also not very optimistic thing to say. Let's talk about Brexit in just a moment but last something. I have to have from us that. Obviously the return of devolution in northern orlands means says the executive can now take decisions that have been stalled for years. What are the priorities? While the priorities I think are things like health service services. The Education Service both of which and have faced at very difficult industrial action going on those. Those strikes have to be resolved very quickly. Those industrial disputes roots and and the investment has to go into particularly mental health services. I think in Northern Ireland are at crisis point a recruitment of nurses and teachers all those sorts of things bread and butter issues that haven't been addressed because civil servants have been have been have been governing. But there's worth noting just one thing which Shaw is relevant about today as well and there were certain decisions that couldn't be made by the politicians because of the fundamental disagreements that they had today same sex marriage becomes legal in Orland would never have happened if the assembly had been sitting for the past three years exactly. Well let's talk about Brexit. Then dissolve a new report from the the Institute for Government says that the question over the Irish border post brexit good actually land the UK government in European Court. Boris Johnson says there will be no oh new checks on goose moving across the Irish Sea Island and the EU insists..

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"long bailey" Discussed on Coffee House Shots

Coffee House Shots

12:07 min | 2 years ago

"long bailey" 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..

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"long bailey" Discussed on Coffee House Shots

Coffee House Shots

11:14 min | 2 years ago

"long bailey" 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..

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"long bailey" Discussed on Monocle 24: The Briefing

Monocle 24: The Briefing

13:57 min | 2 years ago

"long bailey" Discussed on Monocle 24: The Briefing

"It's number ten Downing Street. Welcome to the program will begin here in the UK where candidates to sixty two Jeremy Corbyn leader of the Labour party are making their final pizzas ahead of today's deadline for nominations. The candidates need to have the backing of at least twenty two m peace and emmy piece to make it onto the ballot so far four have qualifiers while two others require a few more. Nominations Lousy may start with you. How many people do think we'll be in this contest by the deadline this afternoon and I think it's possible that one emily I remind managed to get enough votes to be on the on the ballot paper? Well not on the about a paper but get through this hurdle tools getting onto the ballot paper. There's another hurdle to cross yet But I think there are clearly four front runners who the full people who've already got Louis Correct number sufficient number of MEP's and empties and that secure star. Who was the BREXIT Secretary Rebecca? Long Bailey who's seen as Jeremy Colvin's chosen successor and two women on the back benches just Philipson Lizard Nandy does what do you think the most interesting candidate so far liking. Listen Andy because I see her all these events and also in interviews always I think generally trying to who understand why her constituents voted in weakened for Brexit. And what to do about that. And she's a remainder herself she's very pro-european and she's trying to bridge this gap is she's probably not gonNA be The success of Jeremy Corbyn this time around. But I would really. We hope that she is being included in the next leadership on the on the front bench because I think people like her can actually give pride and authenticity back to people in the north. By still having you know a pro European Basic background which is also important to keep in mind that the Labor Party split in the Middle Two favorites laws. And I think both the women in in both the backbench women. Listen Andy Just Philip so both very very strong candidates I have a soft spot for Jess Phillips. She's very very blunt. Speaking she's also an Remain Relief constituency. But I think those sorts of things probably will become less and less relevant over over time in four or five years time when whoever the leader of the Labour party not is is is campaigning to be prime minister think whether or not they will leave or remain back in the referendum will probably much less significant than that. It feels at the moment and just Phillips's ABC's she's she's bold courageous. She's very straightforward and very honest responses. When asked any kind of question and I think probably she the the fact that that she has this ability to get people to sit up in this to break through and not appear like a politician giving politicians answers is probably what the Labor Party needs to get a hearing? exacly do you think do you think the Labor Party should try to learn something or is there something to be learned from other European countries how the left has been doing in Europe. Are there some success success stories. You must be joking. We have at the moment. At deep deep crisis of Social Democracy Everywhere in Europe the parties are on the brink think of extinction. You have in Germany in Austria in France. We're really not in a situation to say that we were actually on the continent. People were looking doing at Britain and at carbon success. thinking a real left has a chance to be hurt in the in the by voters and now people are not so sure anymore. I think you can see this. Oh here now that here starr seems to be the strongest candidate because he seems to be moving the party Eh. Not Away from the left but into a more socially acceptable way of dealing with Topics and personal issues like the Labor Party was really suffering from the secretary Leadership around Corbin. Yeah I'm a lot of time for secures. Tom And I think he would be a very good leader but he is is kind of an old fashioned. Social Democrat of the kind who Across Europe has seen their support falling away and I just wonder whether or not people expect something different from their politicians these days and something different from their political parties and the parts. We did break free from that mold. Do you think anyone now. Now out of these guys would have what it takes to challenge the Conservative Party. There are I guess. There are many people who think that the Conservative Party has changed in the in the previous in the last years. It's turned into a more populist party. Some call it a colt. Well I think that the biggest enemy of Porsche Johnson incident. Tory party at the moment is Boris Johnson and Detroit by itself. Because they are sort of now in this populist Mood and they have to just find out how actually to govern between all these things diplomas and they won't be able to do that easily. The Labor Party will have a hard time. I am to get back on its feet. Whoever is the leader And maybe cure star. My has a certain chance at the ballot box because he can sort of counter counter with facts and figures and keep his Carmen and not lose. His temper am not seeing this so much with Rebecca Long Bailey at the moment because I'm not quite a two. If she even wants the job it was early for her to be pushed into this position in my view is how do you see the legacy of Jeremy Corbyn within the party well bizarrely. I think Jeremy Corbyn. Tessa saluted to this earlier. The Labor Party or service in that it kept it alive even the twenty two fifty an election his first general election much better than anyone thought he was going to sort of twenty. Seven thousand election did much better than anyone thought he was going to do. And and he built the Labor Party up as a membership organization the largest political party in in western Europe and that was an impressive legacy import a lot of young people in dot his politics politics were were hopelessly out of lime with where the British public actually are and ultimately he did the Labor Party a disservice and and and I for one and I think many other people will be saying you know of not a very phone goodbye. Were glad to see that. See the back of him and the damage that he did to the credibility and reputation of the Labor Party particularly over the antisemitism issue which we went just we went beyond antisemitism. It was a reflection of the kind of politician is kind of politics that he sprang from is something going to take a the newly Labor party a long time to recover from. And that's why we need a very very clean break with the Kobe News. How much power do Jerry Carbon supporters still have within the party that choosing the next leader will we will see about that now? Of course I do. And you have A split practically in momentum also but politics. They're pushing for the Corbin candidates without really really having being so sure that their candidates are so good. I think it will be very complicated to see how the different trade unions it's Who they will support when it comes closer and closer to the final candidate Vote and so. I think that there's a lot of young people who we're really Happy to to go with carbon at the beginning and then saw that it doesn't work so they have to find a new person to attach their sympathetic empathetic feelings. Too which is also not simple at this choice of candidates. Now so I think it's quite an open field at the moment and pretty wild in all the ranks. It's wrong to the thing of momentum members and supporters up as a block just sort of shifted around heard it around like like sheep that individual nemours. They'll make up their months just finally. Do you think the Labor Party will have to make might about brexit during this leadership contest. Well it's going to have to make up. Its mind about the future relationship with the European Union and it's going to have to hold the government's and feet to the fire brexit and the The the long-term relationship with Europe but I would be very surprised under any leader whether the Labor Party will go into the next election suggested we should rejoin the the the European Union for now. That's that issue has been settled. Let's next donor attention to northern silence. Where you can Prime Minister Boris Johnson Ons? ISD Shock Leo. Varadkar have arrived in Belfast. To meet with the new power-sharing executive at Stormont the visit comes after an agreement to restore devolution which saw the Northern Ireland Assembly seat on Saturday for the first time after a three year suspension. The sights will now try to work out a plan to implement for London Funding Pledge Lands. I know that many many years ago you did work in northern Northern Ireland. You were reporting for the BBC. How historical is this moment? We're seeing in Northern Ireland now. It's a significant moment I think you could overstated dated been we are simply getting back to kind of default devolved government and administration in Northern Ireland. That should have been there for the last three years and hasn't been because of the issues. They fell out over the lack of trust between the two sides. Which is the union side Represented for to a large degree by the Democratic Unionist Party. They propped up the last Conservative administration and shouldn't vein the principal representatives of the of the national. You have to I mean I. It was over twenty years. I worked at the same named visions of their the same historical connotations that people bring up and the same lack of trust so it's significant in that they are giving it another go and and I and Moving forward but we're still a long way from the hopes were invested in all of this with the Good Friday Agreement back in nine hundred ninety eight. which as you've been following having this new story optimistic are you about this well? I think nobody's really optimistic. Now but in terms of northern island what is interesting is that they could be in a way also winners of this whole brexit process because they are the only ones staying in the European Union customs arrangements in parts of the single Mike in when I was in Scotland in Glasgow a few weeks ago. They told me that. The companies would like to relocate their headquarters to Belfast because then they have better trading opportunity opportunity so we will see if maybe this combination of a lot of money from white. Talk coming to a Belfast. In Northern Ireland in general combined with the idea that everyone of course also will try to be very careful but also saw getting more business. Traction maybe to Belfast could also not not be so bad and if everyone behaves Politely to each other which is not always a guaranteed thing with melon with arlene foster. We will see if that Can actually actually be not the worst period in Northern Ireland but that of course is also not a very optimistic thing to say. Let's talk about Brexit in just a moment but last something thing I have to have to ask from us that obviously the return of devolution in Northern Ireland Ireland means that the executive can now take decisions that have been stalled for years. What are the priorities authorities? Well the priority I think are things like health service and the education service both of which have faced at very difficult industrial action going on these. Those strikes have to be resolved very quickly. Those industrial disputes and and The investment has to go into particularly mental health services. I think in northern under a crisis point a recruitment of nurses and teachers all those sorts of things bread and butter issues that haven't been addressed because civil servants have been have been have been governing and but it's worth noting just one thing which is relevant about today as well. Are there certain decisions that couldn't be made by the politicians uh-huh because of the fundamental disagreements that they had today same sex marriage becomes legal in Northern Ireland. which would never have happened if assembly have been sitting for the past three years exactly well? Let's talk about brexit. Then dissolve a new report from the Institute for Government says that the question over the Irish border post brexit good actually lend the UK government government in European court. Boris Johnson says there will be no new checks on goose moving across the Irish Sea. But I'll end and the E. U. insists those will need to be in place to protect chrissakes. The border to do think this will be discussed today installment well. They are sort of on the dependent end of it in Stormont they will not be the ones who negotiate in Brussels because the gop as part now of course Johnson has been dismissed and she'd fain of course doesn't even even sort of coins sit anywhere in Westminster in talks anyway so It will very much depend on the negotiations about the trade eight agreement that the UK wants to strike with the European Union. The more they diverge from WHO rules the more. The necessity of checks on goods. I will arise and that is very very obvious conclusion to anything that you have to say about future. BREXIT negotiations turns and Boris Johnson has to calculate the risk of how much of checks. He has to take care L.. matchy can do without disrupting rupp. Ting business civilian. It seems that he's if we take him seriously. Which I think we have to start doing now finally Then he really wants to. You have a system economic system that is quite far apart from the European Union regulations and that will mean that he's not going to get around Checks in the Irish. These less. Do Think Boris Johnson will have to give you an an accepted. These checks on goods moving across the RECEI..

"long bailey" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

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"long bailey" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"Low capital requirements than regular repo trades at JP Morgan is encouraged us to use quote sponsored repair deals and that's where a clearing house sits between the trades here in the U. K. the front runner in the labour leadership contest Rebecca long Bailey has been sitting out her vision to revive the party office disastrous defeats in December's election Bloomberg Westminster suggesting solid reports long Bailey is widely seen as the coping continuity candidate but the vision she sets out today in the guardian is softly critical of the man who led labour to its worst defeat in eighteen years she says the compromise position on brexit was partly to blame but also a lack of trust in neighbors promises to voters she is by no means guaranteed the succession in the leadership election that is not yet formally begun key labor figures according for fundamental change in the party's approach on the brexit spokesman case Thomas on the party chairman in Lavery are considered strong contenders in London house arrest in sonic boom back daybreak Europe and to be sure to tune in to Bloomberg radio today afternoon full Bloomberg Westminster will be speaking to will Jennings professor of political science and public policy at the university of Southampton that's own London D. A. B. or later on apple put cost or indeed anywhere on your preferred radio now in top corporate news Tesla is handing over its first China built because it's a milestone for the company's accelerates its push into the world's largest electric vehicle market the first round of calls are going to local employees more workers will receive vehicles over the next few days and deliveries to customers will start in January now let's get the latest in global news his Bloomberg soldier kill all summer you'll be dealing with more news on president trump's impeachment yes good morning Roger president trump facing criticism for retweeting a social media posts that name the alleged whistle blower he's complaint triggered the congressional enquiring into him the move is seen as potentially breaking laws on protecting whistle blows in the intelligence community and confidential informants from retaliation the US has launched as strikes on five bases used by Iran backed militants a.

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