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"lord hailsham" Discussed on The Economist: Editor's Picks

The Economist: Editor's Picks

05:45 min | 6 months ago

"lord hailsham" Discussed on The Economist: Editor's Picks

"In britain. this week we report on the ruling. Conservative party's ideas about remaking. The british state the tories right to say that bush needs a change but both reformers arguments and the direction of travel a wrong in other additions. Relook at the rivalry between american china. The achievement of the trump administration was to recognize authoritarian threat from china. The task for the biden administration will be to work out. What do about it. The battlefield today is information technology. If america is to stay ahead it needs to strike a grand bargain with like-minded countries to pool their efforts. And finally how. New swing techniques all revolutionizing gulf the stories. You're about to hear just a sample of what's on offer in the economist. This week with a subscription you can read listen to all of our journalism feel best introductory offer goto economist dot com slash podcast offer. The link is in the show notes. First up we making the british state year was nine thousand. Nine hundred seventy six and was in. The air punk who was destroying orthodox is in the music business concord was breaking the sound barrier. The economy was going down the tubes and lord hailsham of former conservative lord chancellor and an old boy of eaten and the rifle brigade urged the overthrow of what he called. Britain's elective dictatorship. the overweening executive. Who's in britain's parliamentary model was untrammelled by the checks and balances of the courts and legislature that restricted in most democracies since then the executive made up of ministers and the people who do things on their behalf has been constrained in many ways. The european union's powers have grown and in the nineteen nineties. Tony blair the executive by strengthening other parts of government creating a supreme court starting a reform of the house of lords devolving power from westminster and granting independence to the bank of england now a conservative counter revolution is underway driven by radicals in and around number ten. They believe that the executive is the expression of the will of the british people so to limit its powers to muzzle democracy..

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"lord hailsham" Discussed on C-SPAN Radio

C-SPAN Radio

02:24 min | 3 years ago

"lord hailsham" Discussed on C-SPAN Radio

"Say on a clarification whether he wishes, destroy Brexit that's not a very parliament stressed you. Might say sites And In fact about sabotaging. Brexit but Lord Hailsham argued this issue was bigger than party politics This. Is the high court. Of parliament and we're not party hatch And when, it came to the vote peers. Insisted, on parliament having a say sending the Bill to the Commons again Q. more frantic negotiations and, a last government compromise that MP's would have a. Meaningful vote if the speaker John berko ruled in favor of one the concession was, put to a final tight votes pregnant pays was summoned and one MP who'd been. Receiving hospital treatment was wheeled three the Commons covenant of blanket and carrying a sick, bowl at the end of it all the government won. The day just, the is to. The right three hundred three the nose, to the left three, hundred and nine, teen so the news the news heavy And all that meant the Bill finally received Royal. Center at the, end of, June So how bruising battle has list? Been and how is anyone supposed, to, keep, the ins and outs of Brexit questions I put to BBC political correspondent Jonathan Blake what it's baffling enough for those of. Us whose job it is to cover the process of Brexit on a daily basis so I think people watching and listening and reading. And trying to understand what's going on could. Be forgiven for being a bit confused and we have seen the government's position, change we go back to the speeches at the prime minister made at various. Points, and then the agreement that was made at Chequers in the subsequent white paper still. We hear that ministers disagree within the cabinet on whether that's the right way forward So how damaging has been to the Tory party Well I think there's no question that it. Has been a damaging process for the conservative party we've seen different factions. Of the parliamentary conservative party turning on each other we've seen arguments about their own party, policy in the government's policy played out in public and when people, see that the, party is turned on it self whatever the issue it's never going to be good in. Terms of convincing the public.

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"lord hailsham" Discussed on Remainiacs – the Brexit Podcast

Remainiacs – the Brexit Podcast

03:41 min | 3 years ago

"lord hailsham" Discussed on Remainiacs – the Brexit Podcast

"Seems to me to be a rather significant sacrifice playing enlightenment in brexit time cop show now shit what's happening hit descartes's going that's okay moving on trees may's wizard plan last week's promise dominic grieve inputs the meaningful vote and then pull the carpet out fun to him as soon as he and his rebels had voted for the government was described as a straightforward double cross it backfired somewhat the lord center fixed to the comments as mentioned and the debating now as we speak pays back to the minimum for former conservative cabinet minister lord hailsham giving the power to vote on the government's position if there's not will buy twenty first of january they calling this grieve to the grieving in let's assuming nothing too dramatic happened one i'm is it even possible at this particular moment in time to say what stay the withdrawal bilas in it's just i just don't make a twitter myself because it will have changed by the time that anyone listen to this there's no point in having not comfort i can't stop warren of my job i tell you i just mike all possible predict toll the muscles scenario the correct one it might be worth going into a little bit of explanation of what it is this being fought and how that it's structured because the one part that they can't take away is that the motion that's reason may brings back which will say this is the general from brussels is amendable and there's nothing they can do to change that because it has content the only things that unamendable in the commons are these things neutral statements now by if it's neutral it's because all it does is say that we have debated this thing it is basically let's say i am talking right now now that must be true by virtue of the fact that is being said and it must be true the things being debated by virtue of the fact that they're voting on the thing that is being debated so on that basis they can make the other ones neutral but not the first one the question about this is if mp's reject that motion when it comes back kinda votes that are later put where the prime minister would go right we're leaving with no deal can those be amended that's where the crunch point is they can't take care of the first vote they can they think take care of those later votes but one word of sort of a vague optimism whichever way the vote goes there is a lot of legislation that needs to be passed in between trees and may come back with emotion and autumn and also leaving in march now in all of that can be amended the trouble is it's so late it could be weeks it could be literally days before this thing happened so there are other vehicles that mp's could use in some really lost gos brig god defense sort of action you wouldn't want to much better to have this going on but it's not as if it's a complete catastrophe if it doesn't work out is it possible that breaks it could be delayed as dominate grief suggested yeah i mean i mean too late by how much would this is the thing what we're talking about is a precondition of that happening but it does not achieve in and of itself because of course the he has to agree to that and not just the notice the commission and its every single member state so we what would what would dealing with is npr is being able to say look you've got no deal either because we voted down because you failed so we demand for an extension either for us to figure out what the hell we're doing or to have some kind of referendum ords stronger about to them negotiate any table i think with oh it's not certain that they would be able to get an extension i do think that they would especially being extension in the case of another referendum i don't think that they'll be an extension and the eu being willing to go back to the negotiating table my hunches at that point they would just be letting come on now fuck off that's enough now so i'm not sure that that part of course will be you know we can only find out if this stuff is secured in the first place certainly there's provision in article fifty to do it.

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"lord hailsham" Discussed on talkRADIO

talkRADIO

04:03 min | 3 years ago

"lord hailsham" Discussed on talkRADIO

"No nonsense breakfast with julia hartley brew on so we'll get you so we will get you too get weird we all going to be talking more about that with a mock sack as well you'll be take away from the big match last night i mean is it that we yet again we do this we fool ourselves we can all excited you get worn off decent victory and then we think that we're the kings of the world should we should we sit down and down our expectations once again she would just joy it whether we should enjoy the beauty of the world cup happens every time you salad with terrible return than yesterday morning i sort of sat there suddenly put three lines on put the dick getting the feeling and then and then i we were talking about it and we say well you know actually you know look at the route we should get the qualified for the quarterfinals mexico game anything anything can happen because of the nature of the game so let's joy it was a good win last night we will get out the group let's see we'll count on you that confident hope is a wonderful thing save the moment i mean we've been here before and someone my office who sent me that it's the first opening match that we've won in a major tournament since two thousand six so you know look they like to keep his on the edge of our seat no doubt about that but it's good to have a win in the first group exit well while the rest of us were watching the england game appears last night we're busy having a vote on the future of these country and its relationship with the eu in an amendment the withdraw bill known as the lord hailsham amendment is all about this meaningful vote for both the mp's in the commerce and peers in the house of north over the final agreement if we get one with the lowest back tips three hundred and fifty four votes to turn thirty five that mentioned that she had a bigger majority than the original one that was ping back to the house of commons last week now nps going to get to have their including my guest caroline fit today in a debate on a wednesday boss what does actually happen next well let's talk to john pt's political break to of the economists and we'll talk to the leader the democrats has lost newbie i up jump eat john in terms of the significance of last night's vote where does it leave us combs commons were will accept it or something like it because what happened last week is dominic grieve and his stories what they were promised by the prime minister that they would have an amendment very similar to the one little just passed and then last minute even changed and that's not good enough and identical they will be fooled by another promise this week so i i expect with this amendment will be accepted in the comment this amendment's been described by himself as grief to a new version of the proposal was tabled last week by dominic creates a former attorney general thing is always said he wants to get more of a say over brexit and this is npr vote down the uk you brexit then what happens do we then gave her new deal or or does parliament then trying to always take over the negotiations but but don't help them himself has described breaks as a national calamity he said in his speech yesterday in all honesty these these tory rebels in the comments keeps saying that we're not trying to stop brexit we don't want it to be start we're just trying to make it better when they ally themselves with the likes of lord hailsham former tory minister douglas hogg well was who basically want to stop brexit quite open about it doesn't that rather undermined there well i mean i think it is to people's voting but isn't actually technically what by the amendment is an attempt to say that when you come to follow up to face on a deal with with with the.

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"lord hailsham" Discussed on Monocle 24: The Globalist

Monocle 24: The Globalist

02:02 min | 3 years ago

"lord hailsham" Discussed on Monocle 24: The Globalist

"As for his ornamental late kinney's garden and of course the former cabinet minister douglas hogg son of quinton hogg lord hailsham she starts his first little chance that ukraine to two or three thousand pounds for the upkeep of his moped how very man of the people was that and do you think john witte the whistleblower was aware of the risky was taking mean obviously a lot of these people were very influential obviously powerful given that they were senior politicians why was he taken a risk by community with this information is no doubt johm it was taking a risk because in the first couple of days when this investigation began so it was front page story two days running in the daily telegraph we went first for gordon brown's expenses because he was the prime minister of growth and i can still recall the phone conversation i heard him roaring down the phone at the editor of the daily telegraph will list because he thought this was a conspiracy by the daily telegraph to get him but the risk he was taking joe mercedes mps made it very clear they regard the daily telegraph a done as illegal they said that we stolen this material and up there should be a police investigation of possibly criminal proceedings it was touch and go in the first couple of days whether the great coat of public opinion bolt that i had to lower the media going on the today programme radio full radio five live unfair i think i did about fourteen interviews in the first two days and i didn't regard is stunned procure regarded as a leak it was a great lake whistleblowing is a vain noble an honorable saying if it's done in the public interest and we didn't disclose how much money we paid in the beginning because we didn't want that either to contaminate what we were trying to do which was to show the world that these mps had been at it for years and some of the other stories race that really shocked people were and piece claiming for doak food now i know it's not much money is this sense of entitlement they had that they thought they could put that dog food on the parliamentary expenses they were claiming up to two hundred fifty pounds.

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"lord hailsham" Discussed on Power 105.1 FM

Power 105.1 FM

01:30 min | 3 years ago

"lord hailsham" Discussed on Power 105.1 FM

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"lord hailsham" Discussed on BBC Radio 4

BBC Radio 4

01:56 min | 4 years ago

"lord hailsham" Discussed on BBC Radio 4

"And that decision to go out and vote or not to go out and vote is it's the level of fifty is not just put out a message is it that's the point note you you did right to be very very carefully workedout to the d to sort of multipronged attack i mean what one of the things that happened in the uk case for example was pretty heavy betting on remain which made it look as though the remain side was going to invade thing that was deliberately dumped oh new question about abuses survey cheap way of doing if you didn't have to put very much money into the ball so what do we do about all of this well we need much much greater transparency we need to think very seriously about our voting system which i think is terribly distorted not thirty representative we need also to think about the party discipline system because with within mps in two voting sometime indeed against manifesto promises as happened with the article fifty trickery and thinking also about having a written constitution because in the last few referendums that we have had in this country they've all been organized on different pcs with no carchi sort of made up as you go along and that's not good for a system where if people and again should make very careful fought full informed choices they need to know exactly what they're doing that and then the implication where his things you don't want any more referendums atall on earth but i didn't think actually the referendums really a right for a representative democracy where we're sending people to parliament in order to do some responsible thinking on our behalf but of course if you have a party discipline system such as we have at the moment that's raw the point is at the moment we have what lord lord hailsham famously cooled and elective dictatorship in this country and we're seeing it at work at the moment you i do you are a remain ah you are on the soon not a support system trump there will be those is actually this is just move or your book is essentially political and and you are rising on behalf.

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"lord hailsham" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

02:12 min | 4 years ago

"lord hailsham" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"Moving average on a technical basis that was a line that have bounced off strongly ah in midmay and got right down to it get yesterday morning and bounced off klay late and the question is going to be in the group is a little oversold what does it do to start may ordinance know what kind of a shortterm bounce that worked off ocober condition that roll back over break all that line in a lot of momentum players going to start building on a group and they're not gonna be a bit of a problem i i it galateri of around for a hundred years and work very well i don't get the most important one in the world but it's still cooking to keep an eye on it would it would be a negative development but what could actually change things what would be the catalyst in terms of potato wedges to general rod and only the rally on site yeah well one of the things we're we're looking at it funny because some of the things that are happening in washington dc euro impact on the market this year we've been disarray pera bakley trunka or shortly after on and off it however the market well it looks like we lost matt we can try to get him back uh matt malay equity strategist at miller tabak and company ah rishaad salon and may brian courtesy along with doug christner which is talking there about you know what the catalyst might be and i suppose what he was trying to say is that even though ratio even though so far uh some of these missteps with the trump administration haven't really caused any deep troubles but there is always the potential that they might indeed is an old saying in politics by british politics by lord hailsham if a democracy change anything that abolish it may be no matter what goes on in politics may be does nothing it comes to the markets anymore you is used to talk of bride about politics essentially being the alpha when it when it came to consideration of the markets and certainly at the moment it's not that cases it yeah no and also geopolitics you'd think with the sabrerattling from north korea that at least a little bit of caution with the entering in picture but not so much really all right well we'll get to matt.

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