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"lou mcdonald" Discussed on KQED Radio
"31 of them got to marry Fitzpatrick. But also 190 of them go to go to Gary Gannon. Gary gone, and that surprised a lot of people in his ability to pick up transfers from and Gary Gammon has just jumped into fourth place. We've got quite a fight, knowing her hands be standings as they are so at the places don't marry Fitzpatrick in third place. She's just barely holding on in fourth hot on her heels if Gary Gannon and then way at the back of the pack still in seventh is incumbent Maureen Assault, That's the state of play. It can find Number six. Here we go and continuing coverage. Mike Mike Agata hurdling is here. Hello, we're back. This's where 22 big things happen. Everybody's having their own conversations. Obviously one Mary Lou McDonald of Champagne and tell Mary MacDonald In saying one of the front runner is expected to take a seat gets over the line on also working around people. Gary Gonna know jumps into third place was invigorate. Pushing Mary Fitzpatrick out of a winning spot like that it was on the transfer is like a cost and that she never recaptured it. The woman who under our system would have one off the bat, she lost out that is You know? Still hanging on in second to last, but also disheartened is our incumbent, Maureen O'Sullivan, who's expecting to lose and I suppose maybe seven o'clock people started to arrive. She actually invited her campaign staff and volunteers back to her place for Ah Concession party and I said When people came in, I don't want to know anything about the elections. I'll catch up tomorrow. Unknown to me because I was busy with the tea and the drinks and the food. Some of them in the house were still in contact with those over in the RGs. One of those guys was mouth. I did have a sense looking at the numbers and saying when Okay. But if Sounds, then maybe there's a chance. There's a chance of this crazy thought to have a very smart It was just a tart tohave because despite the fact that all day the media had been saying that Marine without Maureen O'Sullivan said, Loser going, Serena Sullivan might be eliminated. Count seven. Something starts tohave to go coming around the band Gary Gone, It looks like he's in pole position, but almost certainly wouldn't reallocating people. Second preferences are toward presences. We got to the stage where we're reallocating people 4th, 5th and 6th preferences because keep in mind. Most people's votes are still flushing around the system. And at this point, not only has their top choice been knocked out, but their 2nd and 3rd as well. Their vote is now being cast for their 4th 5th or sixth place choice. A lot of those they start going to Mori known people for years been elected toys previously, so even people who were involved from them along them or to number tree Their votes were still carry on past the Fords and the boys just mauled me on those transfers. So we got a candidate beginning to make a bit of ground into the strike. Marine makes this massive jump, vaulting her head of two opponents into fourth place Now, just a couple 100 votes behind Gerry. You have any sense is no, no, no, because I didn't have the television on And they decided not to tell me not to raise my hope from the ninth contract moment. The ninth County. The situation is that another candidate is acts. They redistribute her votes..
"lou mcdonald" Discussed on Monocle 24: The Foreign Desk
"You know all of that story what's not way sat though ninety I was easy pants important that I say is that equally the southern state was deeply floors profoundly sectarian in its own different way. And people in both of the states on the island suffered as a consequence appreciation very very directly may people were denied what we would regard as the most basic of rights and in both of the states and it's taken us almost jus- entry to kind of extricate ourselves from that kind of toxic at politics and to see actually a horizon for achieving the kind. Of. Martin's that was proclaimed in nineteen sixteen on the on the steps of the nope which as you know on inclusivity about fighting every citizen that was to give women equal say any lack this incredible document way ahead of its time I'm not yet delivered an icy in reunification the real chance to deliver all of those things and to really heal the comforts. To develop that relationship with our neighbors because we have to have a good relationship with the English with the Scots whatever political or constitutional or nation that finally Lanson that's absolutely essential because we live neutrally cyprus-ize. Just. Before we finish running out of time I, do have a question about the immediate future. Leadership question a question about policy management is how prepared you are for the the increase scrutiny that shouldn't find will now come under as the actual party of opposition. As again I'm showing you know last week one of your abstentionist Westminster MP's Malloy said that the arteries people were sold a pup with the Good Friday accords and it was all just a bluff and on election night of course, there were a couple of you and utd's perhaps somewhat carried away and started singing songs and waving flags that made people a little bit nervous. How hard are you going to have to crack the whip? Do you think? When as hard as I have to? Crack in any whips to be honest with you end this question on election night would have been absolutely grand in done in the public is afterwards on evidence things but. It will. It wasn't the the things for the Santer 'em look I'm at this hour wire. could buy and I have never been anything other than seventy thoroughly with nights on I imagine that's not going to change, and that's part of this whole process while. Even if you think that sometimes this is a bit over the top or the people at the wrong end of the stick in it's it's a bit peculiar at your questions that are be repeatedly puts you enough it is washed. It is than once you step forward into the lice of a public representation ashes for the poor. So now I'm not anxious about that at all I know myself up because the party has grown so dramatically. So quickly, you know that obviously our management system within the party has to be acid, the top notch and we've had. been at work to do on that, it's not easy. It's. News to transition from a small to medium sized to large variety. But it's like any other organization you have to make sure that you're not show with. So not always be working his script be not obsolete that we should be scrutinized I inquiry everybody to to scrutinize Xinfang from top to bottom so. Mary Lou McDonald Thanks for joining us. That's it. For this episode of the Foreign Desk. We'll be back next week and look out for the foreign desk explainer available every Wednesday the foreign desk was produced by to Rabelo, and you'll in Goffin Yolene also edited the program for me Andrew. Miller, thanks very much for listening until next time. Goodbye..
"lou mcdonald" Discussed on Monocle 24: The Foreign Desk
"Wasn't that we said connected the on the island environment down our friends on the island of Britain that we want to move from conflict and all of the pain and suffering the fact we want to get off the merry go round of acts offering, and we wanted to create a viable democratic process and key to all of us where the commerce at the time and now former congressman so far from being a negative. I. Regard this as a loss and I would reflect on this and students of Irish history will know that in the nineteen twenties when Sienna Fall, which is now interview Irish establishment when they were entering the doll, the very same kind of rhetoric unnamed boiling. That we experienced over the last number of years was deployed against them by an. Colds at the time coming going, which are now see Finnegan another the second map of the Irish options. So some of this is history repeating itself. Some of US is conical. Is Our heads would voice and if they if they knew their own history and if they'd any sense what we need to achieve as a nation, but in any event, I am very satisfied that the party that the Republican base in the WII dissents essense possible has been extremely disciplined is now fully as signed on to the Good Friday Agreement on all of the principles therein and equally is absolutely determined that we will finish our journey and we will see Irish unity through the mechanism of aboard. I'm very proud of all of thousand I rather than people trying to desperately reach back asked. We should have shared sense of pride in what we've achieved, and then we need to reach for the future and Andrew Baroness. Mind those faint although they Aston wished to kind of use the past as evidence against us the concern of action his nothing to do with the cast and has everything to do with the future at because they know the kinds of new society. That we wish to to create will not be so deferential to them underinvested infests at they have control their own way, and Sherwood, they raise the white flag of surrender of course, those that have benefited from the existing status quo for now almost two century wish to continue with things exactly as they are in should find open challenged enough. That's actually the issue in my estimation but do. You personally have any ongoing relationship with any fine figures of generation. You said, he may that you still spoke to Gerry Adams at least every week there were reports, and if you could confirm one way or the other whether or not the correct, that would be that in the talks after the election both Martin Lynch and Portrait Wilson were negotiating on behalf of Shin. Fain is that right? Well I I do I regularly in contact with Jerry. Jerry. Was I, the leader of the piracy My time is an activist until I assume that he's also a friend of mine, and so I would always be into the with with Gerry Adams and as to mark mentioned Walter Wilson both of those are active in politics and They're very active in political work across the party. An I very regularity would ask them to take nations to cherry things to to at pursue pieces of feature, very regularly in and around the assembly in Belfast and when needed to them as well..
"lou mcdonald" Discussed on Monocle 24: The Foreign Desk
"We would be much more strongly placed in on Singh all of these objectives where we sitting at Habemus, but that's not the case. Now four now we are in opposition we will be as I said, many times we will be ineffective energetic opposition I hope that we would prove to be the most effective parlementary opposition, the history state I mean again, nearly six months on. Our you now still surprised by the scale of. Vote in February because you nearly doubled, he'll primary vote in in four years since two, thousand, sixteen, it was an astonishing upsurge. We we. We caught out by it either as a leader or as a party do you think? I think it would be fair to say that we had Nass we had not calculated correctly the skein of the appetite for change. No no, we got Nelson in fact sadly been on the right track. In that regard, we would have run more candidates than would many more candidates elected to be truthful in the course of 'em when when we were and you know in the cities and towns villages, post state, it became very apparent. As the campaign developed, the people had taken a number of decisions on the overall. The big decision was a decision for change for many many people. The Peak Novo Shiv are us they voted for is not decision opposition not to be opposition form part of the government of change they know full well, the housing situation here is absolutely on sustainable and unacceptable. They know that we have a big job to do in terms of investment medicine. They know also that the system has to now after and barren mind, we recognized ten years of crisis, the banking collapse, property bubble bursting, and all of the hardship that that rolls on and people are sending at this stage a very clear message at the right to decent work that the right to stay. But were the rice to a decent level of of income these basics I, call them just it is. Standards the common decency standards for Modern Antonoff fluent society the people at decided in huge numbers that they wanted these things deliberately. So us a team in a leadership that could do just Saas. You presumably don't have much time for the analysis that a lot of people. Sore vote fishing fine a free hit. You know a way of getting back at fina foil and Finna Gail but without really any much prospective consequences. No and I tell you what does occur to me and it's not unique in Irish thing. But certainly, we are commentary is another six saillant in. Asam, when there is anything that is outside of the establish norms or the little stages quote there is always a desperate search for rationale as to why it happens us to to try and expand it. The people didn't read me. So this notion of a protest vo shore this notion that took some legs here that it was all young people and of course, young people. Haven't got a clue young people are ignorant of their history on people don't want. Of course ignoring entirely that aren't entice an incredibly well educated and an excuse young population and ignoring also that the vote for change for fiddle celebrity said for other political parties came across all age demographics came across all regions. It was urban and rural Ish was men is was women is. Was Blue Collar workers was people who are out of work. It was from a section of the professional pastas. It was from some people who would be rich and from some people were very poor. But for the most part came from people got up every day in his Rx formity should set get Birdie in the morning and go work on work very hard anew recognize. Now, almost a century on where we on politics of Tina full hands in a gay only fritzy hands it back again, the same old same age of governments. I think now at an appetite at an expectation indeed has emerged that there can be a different type of ovum's government..
"lou mcdonald" Discussed on Monocle 24: The Foreign Desk
"Among the upheavals which have roiled Western democracies in recent years and amid pandemic, which has consumed the entire world. In recent months, it is easy to overlook. This past February, when citizens of the Republic of Ireland voted in a general election. They voted in unprecedented numbers fishing fine. The party long known as the political wing of the IRA from one, thousand, nine, hundred, three until two, thousand, Eighteen, Shin Feigns President was Gerry. Adams also a long serving senior. IRA commander notwithstanding his long maintained fiction that he was never even a member of the organization shouldn't find will lead into February's election by a new president. Mary. Lou McDonald. This week's guest on the foreign desk. Mary Lou McDonald is also a new kind of Xinfang president having had no involvement with the IRA and hailing from the Republic of Ireland rather than Northern Ireland or as she and other. Irish Republicans prefer to call it the north of Ireland while McDonald clearly represented enough of a break with the IRA to reassure Irish voters who gave Shin finey largest tally of first preference votes. It was not enough to reassure Ireland's of the political parties. The establishment rivals of fina foil and Finna Gale agreed an unprecedented coalition to keep Shin Fain out of government and thereby confine McDonald's ambitions for the moment at least two leading the opposition Judah Covid nineteen travel restrictions we spoke with Mary Lou McDonald via Zoom from her Dublin Home Office, decorated with portraits of the Irish Republican Pantheon. This is the foreign desk. I want to thank deputy periods, stalkers he and Deputy Clare. Koran for proposing and second me for the position of t shirt. And in the in in line with the team of change, I think is only appropriate to knows thus. Today. For the first time a nominee from apart older than from Fan Finna gale has managed to garner the gracious number of votes. Perhaps that makes us winners again. We're a small population were in Ireland. And it takes time for the wing of change to turn. But I I believe that his I don't buy into. Yes. The people have ocean fish in anger. They didn't really mean analysis I think that's wrong is actually grossly underestimate the capacity of the Irish people and also that palpable palpable sense the politics light changing on our ride in for the Basher. New Story..
Irish general election: Who is Mary Lou McDonald?
"It is easy to overlook. This past February, when citizens of the Republic of Ireland voted in a general election. They voted in unprecedented numbers fishing fine. The party long known as the political wing of the IRA from one, thousand, nine, hundred, three until two, thousand, Eighteen, Shin Feigns President was Gerry. Adams also a long serving senior. IRA commander notwithstanding his long maintained fiction that he was never even a member of the organization shouldn't find will lead into February's election by a new president. Mary. Lou McDonald. This week's guest on the foreign desk. Mary Lou McDonald is also a new kind of Xinfang president having had no involvement with the IRA and hailing from the Republic of Ireland rather than Northern Ireland or as she and other. Irish Republicans prefer to call it the north of Ireland while McDonald clearly represented enough of a break with the IRA to reassure Irish voters who gave Shin finey largest tally of first preference votes. It was not enough to reassure Ireland's of the political parties. The establishment rivals of fina foil and Finna Gale agreed an unprecedented coalition to keep Shin Fain out of government and thereby confine McDonald's ambitions for the moment at least two leading the
"lou mcdonald" Discussed on PRI's The World
"And villages as well as buses and trams pupil demetre in London or in Paris or in New York any kind of people. The people who were mixed today Lebanon has a small network of buses but no rail system at all. The Boy Jelly says this too is no accident. He says Lebanon's sectarian political parties know that public space and public transport. Sport has the potential to unify people. And that he says is Lebanon's protest movement has succeeded. We're one of the great things that happened during during this is that people found these reclaim these spaces and use them for public debates for discussions four ord- sitting together. It's a first step. Say the protesters in bringing down a system that has long kept people divided for the world. I'M REBECCA A collared in Beirut people in Ireland are looking at a very different political future today something of a revolution in the ballot box. That's it's a quote from the leader of Ireland's left-wing Shin Fain Party Mary Lou McDonald describing this weekend's historic election of change zipping statements it system statements retirement Shin Fain beat Ireland's traditional ruling parties but just barely early. No party captured an outright majority. So now because it's a parliamentary system. The real fun begins time to build a ruling coalition regardless of what happens next ex-shin feigned success has taken many by surprise including former Irish. Prime Minister Bertie Ahern. I think we saw their poll rising M.. Alter last year both not to disobey extent they did very poorly in the local elections last summer and from the acid day a quickly how to review of their own strategies and policies at the say that was a successful review is an understatement because what they decided to do was was to focus on the homelessness housing and health and a went after those three issues so that resonated strongly with the with the electric actress and wellness that the government had not been seen to to be dating dot. Well which so. I think that's why they got their strength. was they had a narrow focus. I went after those issues has some very good candidates good performance on television and Mary. Lou McDonald who is a relatively new leader option. Fans at talent haven't taken over Gerry Adams only two years ago as she performed very well in the election campaign so listeners may be scratching their heads as we're talking about champagne and the republic the violent Because when you were prime minister you sign the Good Friday Agreement along with Tony Blair bringing peace to the north which is really where Shin Fain has their route? So how different is this Shit Saint Party you knew. Then from the part of the top these polls in the Republic of Ireland saying to to to be fair with over the last you know twenty years have have been moving towards mainstream as some of the policies might be considered a radical but they have been trying to move to more mainstream politics Komo other parties. So your party Fianna Fall had previously said they'd never go into coalition with Shit Fain. Is it time to change that view. I think there'd be a lot of discussion. The seats are still coming in. That won't be finished until tomorrow and are late tonight so I think there's there's going to be a lot of analysis now about who do wash at the moment fina gala said there will not Faint Fina fall of said they will not. Do you wish insane. Maybe not a strong feta. Gaylon Fall said they won't date with these other so I know in this political kind of a game somebody was going to have to change their position. Addition so I think there'll be a lot of soul searching and a lot of probably tar might around for the next few weeks and then dostal settled and people will have to see what kind of a combination of government they can put together so it means a people have to change from the positions. They've had so I think it'll be it'll be an interesting. Thank you weeks but I I do honestly believe it'll take a few weeks before you get care water. So what path do these results indicate what will be different in Ireland deficient fan. Dan Can consolidate its power. I wouldn't put too much money down on a bat dot says D- What happened on Saturday will happen again in a year's time or two years time but this time came at a large proportion you'll people listened to what the campaign us about change at about more radical politics and Unday bought into it now that bought into it in fairness to them for good reasons A lot of people can't afford housing a lot of you. Don't people are staying at home with their children fathers Older than they normally traditionally patiently ward. So in this case they champagne policy attractiveness allowed to support and people said okay. Let's give them a try. So I think from electrodes point of view if it was understandable at the level of the spread of it was was remarkable. Finally do you think this will lead to a referendum on a united Ireland now and should there be one my own view on that is it will happen eventually both Nas too quick and certainly not in in the next few years for this reason this reason maybe only that the proprietary work of how All that job is he's going to take some years and it hasn't been done so to prematurely tried to press for a border poll as it's called our United Ireland or New Orleans. It's not at the time to do that and to do it. In the short term would prove to be a big mistake in view former Irish Prime Minister Bertie Ahern speaking with us about Xinfang topping the polls in the Irish elections. Thank you for your time. GotTa tell it. Hope that's called and disembark remind yourself nice to talk to you and here's an update on another weekend. Vote we previewed for you. Switzerland has voted to ban discrimination based on sexual orientation a big win for the country's LGBT community. They've argued that Switzerland has lagged far behind behind other European countries on gay rights. No longer though. Sixty three percent of Swiss voters back the antidiscrimination measure. That's more support than polls had suggested Rosenwasser is with the Swiss Lesbian Organization. The holes were rather positive but it was still relieved to see that they were right about the very clear. Yes of Switzerland's population it's one of many steps to take on but they're certainly more steps that we do have to take jake one of them being marriage equality which Switzerland still does not have and we're taking all the motivation. Today's vote to fight for that marriage not quality which the parliament will talk about shortly. Switzerland's parliament is expected to vote on whether to legalize same sex marriage spring as for the ban on anti-gay discrimination. 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"lou mcdonald" Discussed on Coffee House Shots
"Politics podcast. I'm joined by James of Saif and Dennis student from the Irish Times the London editor however today. He's joining us from Kook Doc. Following the Irish election results still coming in a few things have become clear. The RADKA FUTON election hoping it'd be one on Brexit and on the economy but it wasn't to be as counting gets into its final stages. It's clear that this is a historic result. Fishing Fain Ole. Oh I preference seven counted. The Republican Party has taken twenty four point five percent of the vote whereas Finna fell had taken twenty two percent and Finn again. Okay there on twenty one percent the issues that appears we driving this of more cost of housing them. What's happening on the Irish border? I will discuss that with my guests. Schutte the result has been described as something a revolution in the ballot box by Shin Feigns. Lita Mary Lee Mc Donald's so dennis four listeners. You haven't been following this as is closely as you probably makes people listening to this podcast. Can you explain to us what these results mean and cheating in what they I mean. First of all is that Leo Varadkar is almost certainly going to be out of power He continues as he shook and his government continues until the new government is formed. And then there's GonNa be some kind of coalition or some other sort of arrangement that will allow government to be formed. What you need is eighty seats one? One hundred sixty seats in the door of the parliament and give them that report. Looks like it's likely to happen is there's a foil. Although it got fewer votes is likely. Let's get more seats as likely to come back with maybe forty two seats and Shin Fain and finished well both around thirty seven seats and so even a combination Of any of those two of the three parties doesn't actually get you a majority so there's going to be a period of each of the parties or at least Shin Fain and fina in a four trying to put together majority in one way or another. They'll end up talking to one another and it'll take weeks before we actually get government James is. Is this a shock result. Xinfeng done remarkably well here. He thinks highly fat in previous elections. Yes and I think if you consider. How badly did the elections last year it is in particular is with the British action? The good at right but I mean there was a sense. Thatch inflame would underperform their opinion poll rating. I certainly think the sense in British government mint circles this week on Saturday. When voting was taking place was but the most likely result was some kind of been affoil led government in which was might well still be the result but anyone saw how well Shin famous GonNa do an aim? This actually raised an interesting systemic question. which is the the electoral system? For the reasons that dense saints about encouraging the big parties to compromise with each other and what was essentially happened is the voters have reacted into the Philadelphia Fall. Competence applied by by essentially rejecting both parties and going for the party that has been out of government engine fan. I'm not raise a very interesting question. Which is fine must be quite tempted to sit on the sidelines again? Because if they did that and you can save it like doesn't strike twice but if they basically forced the two main parties to govern together again over two traditional parties to govern together again you can see how they can set themselves operas. The sold opposition party next time round trip which worked so effectively for them this time before we get to. What's means next? Steps in terms of what type of government could being formed and mixed by see a very lengthy process in trying to work a governing role. Here let's talk about what factors have driven this result. Now when they've called the selection he was a leader who taken a tough line in the brexit talks and there is a sense that the facts that they had come to this agreement the UK might play well with voters. What's really driven? The result. Today will when Mary Lou Madonna the leader of fame finishes celebrating her victory. She ought to sit. Sit Down and write a letter to Boris Johnson thanking him for all of the help that he has given her by getting brexit dumb. Boris Johnson Remove Brexit A- as an issue in Irish politics it had in Ireland rather like in Britain just dominated everything and also actually almost suppressed discussion of any other issue for for the last two or three years. Once it was lifted then Xinfeng was able to fight this election on the issue of health housing public services and generally the feeling that although the Irish economy is doing really well you know in terms of all the indications like GDP and on employment and all the rest that actually the party. The people's lives has not improved and in they've got similar problems too many cities in Britain in that younger people they the rent is so high they can't afford. I just saved by a house. Housing is unaffordable and what people went for is very radical set of proposals from Shin Fain which is a massive house building programme big investment in public services and also not just not increasing taxes but actually abolishing a number of taxes that affect a lot of people abolishing property tax. And yes the same time. Maintaining Ireland's very low corporate tax rate of twelve and a half percent. These promises don't necessarily add up. But the fact is that as James said the public decided to punish fallen fingernail equally because regarded them even though the arena confident supply arrangements. They regard them as being equally responsible people for the failure to deal with these big problems and so they went for the radical option. Incheon James. She thinks this office lesson to the UK government. I mean we. We had a very heavy election because it would lead to in theory getting brexit done but one of the issues if he is the younger demographic and some suggest that shouldn't feigned mainland amongst every age group five clearly property and housing is a big fight driving she. Yeah the point. He's over center. Roy and the maintenance of the property-owning democracy is essential to that political survival. Because if you think of the events in people's lives it probably shifts them towards the the writing of economics it's proably having children owning home and very few homeowners you have the smaller the the the the consulate vote for the for the center right parties up. I mean the results and on in the Cretan interesting question about the nature political systems because the British system essentially the two main points have survived because we have is winner. Takes all system say you never end up with very radical history of labour and the Tories governing together so generally one tent's benefit and the Alberta then in the cycle goes that way one is this not just non but but but in many any countries in the EU is about trying to encourage the main parties together. And I think this result shows is one of the unintended consequences of can be that actually pushes people out to the more extreme option because they wished to reject the parties in government. And if that happens to be both the main parties back then pushes loud towards. I mean I don't get the sense. Dennis will criminal and I didn't get the sense. That in this campaign she in vain have been spurred on by the issues issues that someone here with Trish think incursion find that this was not a massive spike in support for our UNICEF or anything like that I mean I think it was about saying it was it was about how housing homelessness all of those issues where there's a sense but the government was being complacent will not doing enough and Dennis. That is just on that to some in the UK. It seems thinkable. That shouldn't fame diesel if if you look back to. The history of the Republican movement is the fact that there is now a new leader. In John Rollin. Gerry Adams something. That's has meant that his increase I suppose into a wider appeal manage to let go of some of its history. Yeah and when Mary Lou McDonald took over from Gerry Adams a couple of years ago. She was expected to have this kind of success. But then she didn't so for the first couple of years. They've done rather badly adly in in elections both north and south of the border and suddenly they seem to have made this breakthrough and so in a way. The result that we got over the weekend was the one on the Shin Fain had hoped for and not only. Is there Marylou McDonald's leading and she was very much front and center of the campaign. But they've got a number of other spokesman a spokeswoman who are the fresh faces who have no connection whatsoever to Northern Ireland's troubles and also just as time goes on younger people and that's really anybody under under forty or even forty five. They tend to regard the troubles in northern doesn historical event. And if they think of Gerry Adams they think of his role in the peace process rather than in his role in the events that preceded the peace process and so they've been the Irish public in the south of these seems to be kind of forgiving option fain and I think one of the reasons that is that it shouldn't fain is in government in Northern Ireland. The parties in the south like the parties in London have encouraged the up to go into government with Xinfang Insane and Xinfeng managed to get into government in Northern Ireland because they had persuaded enough people including the authorities that they had left violence behind them and and although there are some the some residue of their history of association with allied with the IRA. It's probably really just that and I think that's probably the more exposed. They are two power so for example if they were to get into government then I think the more quickly all of residue will fall away. Vega's tis unmasks at seemed to manage to me pasta troubles and should fades relations to that. Dennis I wanted. What does it mean for power-sharing because it seems as thirty one of the parties is taking the line that they do not want to form an arrangement champagne? Yes so what you had. During the election campaign was both of the traditionally traditionally big parties Vienna Vienna foil and finished wail. They both said that they would not under any circumstances. Go into any arrangement with Xinfang after the election. What's happened since is that financially of Raghu said absolutely not? We made this promise of voters wouldn't thank us for going with them and we'd prefer to be an opposition than to go in with Xinfang in Fact Fina Force leader Behold Martin has sounded much more nuanced and said that you know the party. They had to listen to what the people had said. The people clearly want change. And it's really now not so much a question of principle but certainly it's a matter of policies now. Obviously you can do quite a lot in terms of finding finding some agreement on policies and already this morning Mary Lou McDonald has made it clear that if if if she does get into coalition negotiations that Chint fans demand for a border poll on Irish unity would not be a red line in terms of going into these negotiations. That's probably just as well because it's not up to the government in Dublin. MM to authorize a border poll. That's done by the Secretary of State for Northern Ireland if He thinks that there's poppy majority for Irish unity. But still the the ocean thing does have this push for Irish unity which will probably unnerve unionists in Northern Ireland. But I do think that those issues probably won't necessarily be an impediment went to them forming some alliance with another party. What will be? I think what you see is a something of a dance over the next few weeks so probably the first thing would be the Xinfang will try to see what they can do in terms of cobbling together a government with some smaller left-wing parties. That's probably likely to fail. And it's only them him in a few weeks time that you'll get into serious negotiations which would probably be between fearful and Xinfang and although if uniform would have more seats than mentioned thing I think she would be able to argue that because they won the popular vote or at least one more of the popular vote and Fiona for that ought to be a partnership of equals. And so you could. For example. See a rotating prime ministership between me whole Martin and Mary new. McDonald's all kinds of ideas that were on thinkable on Friday. I are now starting to become very real points of discussion here and James just on the ghee case clearly..
"lou mcdonald" Discussed on As It Happens from CBC Radio
"Hi I'm Rose Martin. L. Amine Abdel Mahmoud Mood and we are the hosts of party lines we launch his podcast to help you make sense of the twenty nineteen federal election. But here's the thing you liked us. You like to so much that we're coming back. We will drop a new episode every Thursday and we will talk about the biggest political stories of the week. It will be smart and fun so subscribe to Party lines ends and get it wherever you get your podcast because talking politics should be for everyone including you and me and all of Xinfeng one Ireland's election but it remains to be seen if it will be able to govern the left wing populist party once affiliated with the. IRA won more votes than any other party the over the weekend. It's a stunning result for Shin Fame. which was once seen as a hardline fringe group and the political arm of the Provisional Irish Republican Army responsible for violence and killings during the troubles? Xinfei beat to centrist parties that have governed Ireland for decades fina. Gale and Fiona Foil and Chin. Faint says it's willing to work with those parties but the feeling does not appear to be mutual. Michael Clifford is a columnist for the Irish examiner. We reached him in Dublin. Michael What message did voters Zand by giving Shin Fain. What is seen as a stunning victory on Saturday? I think the message there was they want. Change the change. They appear to want is in relation to quality of life issues as you may be aware Ireland's currently the fastest growing economy in Europe. But there's a number quality of life issues that have not recovered since the recession primarily among those is the issue of Housing and homelessness as well. There's an awful lot of as stuff around onto the health service that there's very long waiting lists for various procedures. Those are the kinds of issues that were foremost in the election. The Action Fan Promised Desk. They would change the way things are are. They make life easier. Their phrases their slogan during the election was give workers and families are break and it seems to to have reached some successful and yet it's interesting that the party only ran forty two candidates at a hundred sixty constituencies. Why were they so cautious? Well ever since the Good Friday Agreement nine hundred ninety s Xinfeng has been on an upward trajectory in republic. Down here electorally. Now that continued right through to the last general election in two thousand and sixteen since then Gerry Adams who was very controversial. Step down as President Mary Lou McDonald Donald WHO has no connection to the IRA or the past. She became president. Ask people thought this would bring them onto a higher plane. Yes in the local and European elections last year they actually lost seats. Lost nearly half their council seats. They lost most of their European members of parliament so there was a feeling that there were in some trouble and as a result assaulted at gone into defensive mode coming up to this election they actually d selected a number two candidates. They had on the basis that they're going to concentrate. I'm trying the hold onto as many seats as possible so like everybody else. They did not see this massive surge towards them does that ultimately happened in the election. This is really the biggest upset electorally in this country possibly since nineteen Turkey to him fan no is effectively on equal footing pushing with the other two parties and that is a massive upheaval in this country. You know you mentioned Gerry Adams and the troubles. It wasn't long ago. Oh really that most people would have associated in Fain with that and those many people who died at thirty five hundred people a lot of those listening outside of Ireland and probably make those associations as well but inside Ireland itself what do you think should fain represents today with those association's. You're talking about that definitely. What was a retarding factor on day advanced development of champagne in an indoor public down here and it has been for over twenty years farting south breath? Martin McGuinness. Who's now deceased would have been a colleague of Gerry Adams true? The trump Z.. Ran For president here in two thousand eleven and kept coming up atom victims of our relatives in all approach and why Mr Adams was in place that was seen as a big issue now even though he's stepped on at older generation with still considered items issue is what seemed all that for the younger generation. They merely represented a change from the the two long-standing parties and that it would seem that the younger generation ration- don't see themselves as connected to the troubles. Now remember the Good Friday Agreement twenty two years ago so perhaps anybody under forty for instance they don't associate can fan with the trouble. Is the way an older generation. Would now one issue that arises. There is that some believe and under some evidence forest that the old. IRA figures that it run the the so-called Republican movement included can fan in the IRA that they're still some extent pulling the strings in west Belfast. An older generation. I would say in this country autry still adults around the dockyard so Ashen Fain tries to move beyond that passed. How much credit does the leader Mary? Lou McDonald get for this. This victory victory ironically six months ago and I just looked at something. A colleague Mine Roast position was under pressure. Things weren't working out for no since the the campaign began three and a half weeks ago. She certainly came into her own issues. Pretty good at present yourself to the public on message to hold time. She presented her senses. Verdi Freddie empathic. She kept talking about. Give me a chance. US initially excluded from a leaders debate and discarded certain amount of sympathy. It remains to be seen whether As you well know the phrase campaigning in poetry governing improve the big league fan will be if they do get into government. Will they be take the difficult decisions that have to be taken government take care to public finance six CETERA. That's when we really see Ya. How good is McDonald's May turn out to be in Dutch regard? Prime Minister's Minister's Party Fianna Gael has said it won't work with them Fiona foils their other option a can they find partnerships. Sick minute dollar question because as you say fit against anyone work with an open yesterday in a false said it won't work with Sina Fox that it won't work within a goal in a coalition should so you have a scenario whereby we're still not sure how it's gone Turnout we need a strong government. This country over the next twelve months in particular her because the trade negotiations in relation to breaks in the EU will be at a vital stage and we have a huge interest in that because of the volume of trade we do. What do you saw ought to be very important for this country for economic outlook that we have a strong government? That's an good negotiating position over the next twelve months and in fact for for many brexit exited reopened the whole debate about Irish unification. This this Shin Fain win and I it's if it does form government It's handling handling at that I. I'm wondering how you think it will move forward. What did you see that? It'd be very interesting again. Because some people would suggest us up at unity and aboard Apollo is something of a Trojan horse in this election in that the core value within the party historically has been the United Ireland. That's what the IRA went out killed. People are up until twenty twenty odd years ago there were two political wing of the IRA distributions. The fear is that this is our core issue. The behind closed doors. The issue of Irish unity is still the man and core of Tim Fain these quality of life issues are something of a Trojan horse so people would say that some fear others would say. That's that's reality we will be watching From here to see what happens in in terms of the future of your government's thank you very much for talking with us. Thank you very much. Okay bye-bye Alabama's Michael. Clifford is a columnist for the Irish examiner. We reached him in Dublin.
"lou mcdonald" Discussed on PRI's The World
"Still to come on the show on Sunday Switzerland heads to the polls. They're voting on a law. That would make it illegal to discriminate based on sexual Oriented many Swiss people overrate. How modern our country is it might be rich but concerning LGBT rights? It's really not modern and yet that's still ahead right here on the world. I'm Marco Werman. This is the world. Say the words Xinfang Vein and you might think of the hardline. Irish Nationalist Party a party associated with the terror group the IRA in Northern Ireland but in vain is now a big player in the Republic of Ireland quick geography reminder that is the independent Ireland on the southern side of the Emerald Isle for decades to center right parties have dominated politics there but new opinion polls show Shin Fain in the lead on the eve of a general election tomorrow. I asked the world's Orla Barry London about this shakeup in Irish politics. It's it's a real shock marco traditionally as you said we have these two center right. Parties Phoenix Phoenix Sale. They're the ones who've been battling it out sharing power back back and forth for the last essentially hundred years since independence in the nineteen twenties from Britain and to see Shin Fain come ahead like this in the most recent recent poll last weekend really took everyone by surprise. These are the highest polling numbers at the party has ever received since entering the Irish parliament decades ago go it should by the way. Come with a caveat though because Xinfeng often do quite well in polls and then on election day vote often collapses. Is there a sense that maybe this selection will be different. I mean how has fain managed to kind of get to the top of the polls and who's it appealing to a lot of. The reason is thanks to the party leader to Mary. Lou McDonald because prior prior to this the IRA was always closely associated with champagne. But Mary Lou. McDonald is a very different character. She's a woman who was born in Dublin cheese WH- WHOA from a wealthy part of Dublin. Well educated and a woman first of all the traditional in fame voter has usually been northern. That you should be Mayo Eh. Quite nationalist quite working class Mary. Lou has come in and sort of positioned herself as much more middle class voter appealing to people on issues like housing issues like healthcare and also she's being positioning Shin Fain basically as the alternative to the mainstream parties as the alternative to fina fallen feeding gale. Have a listen to her. She was on the TV the other night in a TV debate. The team of this election that has emerged as a thirst for change. I'm very clear about the change means everywhere that I have gone. People have said to me that they they recognize that Fiona Fallen Finna gave essentially identical. Piracy's had it all their own way now for almost two century so if a party election fain gets into government in the republic violent I mean what would that mean for this dream stream for some people of a united Ireland bring together Northern Ireland and the Republic of yeah. It's interesting because champagne is very nationalist. Party they've always campaigned for United United Ireland and Mary Lou. Donald was asked about this on the campaign trail recently if there would be a referendum on United Ireland under her watch.
"lou mcdonald" Discussed on WMAL 630AM
"A body's been found the twenty six hundred block of Arlington drive in north Hill Park. The body was found buried in a makeshift grave officers. Having identified the person one thing they do know according to chief, Edwin Rossler. I'm not in the business of advertisement for gangs and I never Shelby. But it is gang related as far as we know right now. And as I said, it's a high probability and once we get done with the investigation will be a hundred percent with that police say they were tipped off to the body on Tuesday. It's unknown how long the person had been buried there. The Prince George's county department of corrections faces questions after legal immigrant teams in their custody, allegedly killed a fourteen year old girl after they were released the MS thirteen members were arrested in two thousand eighteen on attempted murder charges. They both had ice detainers out against them, but were released anyway. Allowing them to kill the girl allegedly Mary Lou McDonald with the department of corrections tells WMA AL's mornings on the mall after. Trials one released by the juvenile system. Her department released the other after he was convicted of conspiracy to commit robbery and sentenced to time served. Why didn't they tell ice he was being released? We on the most serious crime and robbery doesn't qualify. Heather Curtis sound Allen, WMA, AL dot com and official with Baltimore mayor's office says the city's IT team is restoring computer system, slowly to ensure their security after a crippling ransomware attack. The Baltimore Sun reports deputy chief of staff, Cheryl Goldstein says the IT team had been split into two groups to help the city's recovery. She says one group is working to find the code that allowed hackers to lock city files while the other is working to restore effective systems, and President Donald Trump visited Arlington National Cemetery a few days before Memorial Day to pay tribute to those who died in service to the United States. First lady Melania Trump accompanied the president to the cemetery. Wwl news time, eight oh. Phone,.
"lou mcdonald" Discussed on WMAL 630AM
"Hold somebody. There's, there's all sorts of issues that keep getting challenged in the court system, but they haven't worked their way up to a federal court yet lower courts have made a variety of decisions on that. But the first part, I part, seems pretty clear, Mary. It's a voluntary thing and sanctuary counties. Like Prince George's county haven't been doing it. They don't call ice and say, hey, within forty eight hours. We're going to release this guy. Wait, by the exit and pick them up. Right. So that is a choice that they made. And these two I don't want to say kids, because my feeling is when you. Unless you're six years old and committed murder, you're not a kid. You're, you're, you're an adult at the age of sixteen seventeen years old making a dull decisions. They had them several times, and they kept letting them go and that's the problem. My question is would an American citizen be treated the same way. I don't know if an American citizen, who had who had played guilty to conspiracy to commit murder, and spent ten months at a youth detention center would be released to family on the same day. I, I don't know that so ice for its part is blaming PG county. They say ISIS Baltimore director said because they were released in spite of the lawful detainers, they were afforded the opportunity to take a life. In other words, you release them. They murdered. It's your fault. That's what ISIS saying for Prince George's county is part crack correctional started the department of corrections director. Mary Lou mcdonagh, who, by the way, joins us this morning at eight thirty five so we have an opportunity to ask her about this. She said yesterday that they ignored the ice detain or a year ago. Because of guidance that they received from, from the attorney general, which says to hold someone on a civil detainers may violate their constitutional, right? They need a warrant. She says it's a fourth amendment violation to keep them. What about the communication part? What about the part where you notify them before you release? So they're just waiting by the exit to pick them up. So there's some gray area here yesterday, Larry O'Connor on his program had sheriff, Chuck Jenkins as the sheriff of Frederick county on. He said this would never happen in Frederick county sheriff Jenkins, you've been talking about these kind of crimes for quite some time. And that's why you hold the line there and actually cooperate with federal officials on this. Never time to talk about our program or two eighty seventy program with ice, which basically something like this would not happen in Frederick county, because we do not release criminals people who are in this country illegally and have committed armed are not released back onto our streets. They are turned over to ice and they are deported. Can I ask you just to the people of our listening area here understand, just sort of the logistics here? You know, let's say your office arrest, somebody for a violent crime like this or for any crime for that. Yeah. Any any crime absolutely any crime. So how, how does ice find out if there is a detainers or how do you find out if there is a detainers for, for them, we asked you with our program? We are where I have I have officers who are trained who are trained to actually prepare the detainers for the individuals to turn the detainers over the ice. It's just another step in processing. Larry. Listen, this is really non intrusive. It's simply asking to question. Someone is arrested wherever you born. And what country are you a citizen of? And if we get any other ads or other than the United States we do an investigation into that individuals immigration status. We prepare the paperwork, and we present that paperwork is who makes decision to follow that to debase the honor that detain her for it could be a situation where we don't know an individual that Jenner custody has detained and we owner that danger for my works both ways with a high, so that's how it happens in Frederick county. Prince George's county. Very different situation, a sanctuary county. So our questions this morning for Mary Lou McDonald are going to include are your hands, being tied is Prince George's county, the officials that you're responsible to that you answer to tying your hands on handling cases like this, because right now, this has fixed a fourteen year old girl was killed because of the decision that Prince George's county officials made, and I wonder if we'll ever find out who the person responsible, ultimately for that decision being made, we'll never find out if that who that person is, and I think we should find out who that person is seven twenty four w a male, thank you for being so strong. Washington.
"lou mcdonald" Discussed on Radio Free Nashville
"Financial incentives to keep people behind bars, but as long face criticism for his handling of Anita hill sexual harassment allegations against supreme court Justice now many Clarence Thomas in nineteen ninety one. At the time Biden was the chair of the Senate Judiciary committee Biden is known for close ties to the financial industry. Notably hoping push through a two thousand five Bill that made it harder for consumers to declare bankruptcy. He also voted to authorize the US invasion of Iraq in two thousand three. We'll have more Joe Biden's record is a Senator and vice president later in the broadcast with journalist, Andrew Cockburn. The New York Times is reporting that before she left her post as head of the department of homeland security Kirsten Nielsen sought repeatedly to sound the alarm over Russian interference in the election. But was ordered not to bring it up in front of the president as DHS secretary. Nielsen was tasked with overseeing the nation civilian cyber defenses. But according to the New York Times chief of staff, Mick Mulvaney, made it clear that Trump still equated any public discussion of malign Russian election activity with questions about the legitimacy of his victory. Nielsen resigned earlier this month after overseeing Trump zero tolerance immigration policy that scene children separated from their parents and entire families held in cages resembling dog kennels in Brazil, thousands of indigenous people and their allies are rallying in the capital Brasilia protesting, a massive assault on their rights and territories by ranchers miners, and the government of far-right precedent share both Sinato. This is co putting of the up Latina tried. We are tired of being murdered. We are tired of not having our Lance demarcated. We are tired of this genocide EKO side with indigenous peoples were defending the planet. The protests comes as new data from the world Resources Institute show. Nearly nine million acres of pristine rainforests were cut down in two thousand eighteen with most of the destruction caused by clear cutting in the atmosphere on the day to show deforestation is still on an upward trend with losses accelerating in Brazil where loggers and cattle ranchers are pressing further into indigenous territories aided by the government. And in Belfast funeral services were held Wednesday for the Northern Irish journalist Lyra Mckee who was shot in the head by an Irish nationalist militant last week during riots and city of Derry leaders from both sides of Northern Ireland's political divide appeared side by side at the funeral. They were joined by British officials and leaders from the Republic of Ireland and Saint ends Protestant cathedral. At Wednesday's funeral. Revealed that just hours before she was murdered Lyra Mckee said she was about to propose marriage to her partner. Sara canning a group calling itself. The new IRA which opposes the nineteen ninety eight Belfast agreement peace accord is claimed responsibility for her murder though. It didn't identify the shooter ahead of Wednesday's funeral shin. Fain President Mary Lou McDonald, condemned the assassination past time now for these groups that must grade as Republicans to pack up and pocket in to end their activities and to let the people get on with the work of building a new United. I in that we all want an Ireland that will be attributed to our patriot dad's unto old who died the Ireland in which lira Mckee should have lived. And those are some of the headlines, this is democracy now democracy now or of the Warren peace report, I make Goodman. And shape. Welcome to listen views around the country and around the world. We begin today's show in Syria. A major new investigation by Amnesty International and was has revealed the US led military coalition killed more than sixteen hundred civilians doing the two thousand seventeen offensive to ISIS militants from the Syrian city of rutta. The coalition launch thousands of air strikes, and tens of thousands of artillery strikes on the city US troops fired more artillery into than anywhere since the Vietnam war at the time the United States claimed it was the quote most precise air campaign in history. Amnesties calling on the US and coalition nations to fully investigate the Macedonian casualties. Amnesty. International's don't tell Rivera traveled to to speak with survivors. Two shows. With any seed, ideas war. Neil discovery. What? When it first came to run off to I need, relentless American British and French bombardment, killed civilians and destroyed much of the city during to oust ISIS. But would I came to discover was too little or no protection was afforded to thousands of civilians were trapped in the city. Amnesty.
"lou mcdonald" Discussed on KQED Radio
"I started to be proven rice. The social Democrats did very well on transfers to Gerry Gannon is getting twenty bucks. And then if it's Patrick's only getting to the whole process repeats knock somebody out do the ballet redistribute those transfers, Gary Gannon picks up sixty votes and may Fitzpatrick he picks up. So he's gaining on ready to talk about asking. Who is this guy is he come from all these things and then get a phone call. Mary stock is falling. Well, Gary's raucous St.. Mary's talk is staying static. You know, we were struggling for transfers thought that was the issue. She's not going up much and the others are gaining on. So, yeah, it's painful, it's not less than bear in mind. You've still got to the people picking up votes there. We're seeing little pickups memorial morning picked up forty nine plus nausea, not last. We're moving ahead. Slowly, okay. We have a a Dublin center count coming down four again. Eliminate the bottom candidate redistribute does votes. This time around really not much changes then count five the next person going. I of this eight hundred votes thirty one of them to marry Fitzpatrick. But. Also one hundred and nine hundred of them go to coach Gerry Gannon. Gerry Gannon surprised a lot of people in his ability to pick all transfers from? And Gary Gannon has just jumped into fourth place. We've got quite a fight on our hands standings as they are. So at the places on Mary Fitzpatrick in third place. She's just barely holding on in hot on her heels, Gary Gannon, and then way at the back of the pack steel in seventh is incumbent Maureen O'Sullivan of the state of play of Ken five number six. Am continuing coverage. Mike, Mike is gonna hurt. Hello. We're back. This is where to two big things happen. Everybody's having their own conversations. Obviously one Mary Lou McDonald of champagne until Mary Lou McDonald Xinfang one of the front runners expected to take a seat gets over the line. And also the walking around just hold them able Gary Gannon jumps into third place. It was invigorating pushing Mary Fitzpatrick out of a winning spot like that it was on the transfer is I got cost and she never recaptured the woman who under our system would have one off the bat. She lost out. You know? Still hanging.
"lou mcdonald" Discussed on KQED Radio
"For us Democratic Unionist Party campaigned four breaks it they say despite the March twenty ninth deadline to leave Europe new trade agreements will eventually emerge. We want to see withdrawal agreement with the European Union. We want to make sure that there is the protection and the certainty there for business above anything else. For unionists. However, there is another concern to some of their rivals amongst nationalists. The discord over Brexit could signal an opportunity the Good Friday agreement includes a clause that calls for an eventual referendum or poll on removing the Irish border entirely and uniting Ireland. When Northern Ireland was formed almost one hundred years ago, there was a clear Protestant majority over the years that majority has eroded, and is now almost gone so far no one has wanted to risk the delicate peace in Northern Ireland since the Good Friday agreement by calling for unity referendum, but the Brexit debate has changed everything here, a heart border on the island of Ireland cannot happen will not happen and is national option, Mary Lou McDonald is the president of Xinfeng traditionally seen as the political wing of the IRA if the British government insists on a reckless course of action that that brings a difficulty to the good. Friday agreement and causes a hardening of the border in those circumstances. The only democratically correct thing that they can do is put the issue of the border itself to the people the people to have their say saying referendum in aboard your after all on a United Ireland, absolutely. A hard border in Northern Ireland would almost certainly reignite anger. But for now, the likelihood of an outright insurgency, again is low there's been a lot said in the press about how there's a risk of returning to the kind of violence. We saw here in the seventies eighties nineties is that realistic. No. I don't think that Israel Listrik at all. I don't see a retired to LA kind of violence post nine eleven we live in a different kind of world that doesn't mean sporadic violence less organized would not be possible. I think it would be very foolish and very reckless person. That would gamble. A toll on stability. That will gamble in any way. However, small would take any chance with the piece that we have we have built the memories of violence of loss. However are still sharp and Northern Ireland's people know they have much at stake in the coming. Months hoping they're hard one piece here can withstand the changing world around them for the PBS NewsHour. I'm Jane Ferguson in Belfast Northern Ireland. A spike in.
"lou mcdonald" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW
"Bishop of Covington is apologizing for his diocese reaction to the videos last week and the Lincoln Memorial involving Covington Catholic high school students and protestors an initial joint statement from the diocese and the high school. Had condemned the students for their actions, but the most Reverend Roger foyers released a statement Friday apologizing to Covington families and anyone offended. Cincinnati police were called to forbid street near Quebec in Fairmount late Friday morning on reports of a dead body there. They found the body of Thirty-six-year-old chase singer. They re he was reported missing out of Westwood weeks ago. The coroner has ruled his death a homicide though, there is no word yet on the cause of death. As protests took place in Belfast Northern Ireland on Saturday afternoon. Shinto faith leader, Mary Lou McDonald, speaking at a beyond Brexit conference called on Dublin's government to consider a unity referendum Donald spoke against the potential hardening of the border posed by the lack of a Briggs deal tunnels and must link at this time because we saved from here loudly. And clearly the hard thing of Voyager is in conceivable and is will be mess wits. The demand free Younessi referendum both the Irish and British governments. Don't want a hard border. But with no deal on how the UK plans to exit.
"lou mcdonald" Discussed on Are You Hearing This!
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"lou mcdonald" Discussed on The Right Time with Bomani Jones
"Welcome to the right time podcast the right time with no money jones eighty gentlemen welcome to the right time my name is body jones thanks for listening what the in radio when the espn at we are presented by progressive insurance said as a tweeted the weather hundred flowers doc cows twitter feed that's act body underscore joan zoa we thought we were gonna lose the hobby chauncey billips works here at espn when interview president of basketball operations with uh the cleveland cavaliers day gilbert made him a way below market offer from what we've been told us even a smith and others but cianci went all the radio altitude not fifty in denver of is interesting got to talk to about all these things as he had the opportunity to get this job and here he has said his initial reaction here about a carry request an a trade you know would know ribbon really surprised me love your bill there were doing a little meal with on the serb earnhardts up lou mcdonald up six works from the rest of the world the low but us or fortunate because he's a special tell it and the in my opinion you know so much of what he's been able to accomplish on and off the floor husband he's been of benefit sherry arrival of bronze aims man you know enough that would be alarming to me if i was a team looking to to get him now to interesting things there one chauncey billips knew about that when he was looking to giddy looking at the job in the first place how easy must have been to say no to that job at the rda knew this in the first place really gonna dan give like white.