35 Burst results for "MPS"

Report: UK Military Failing to Protect Women From Abuse

BBC Newsday

02:02 min | 4 d ago

Report: UK Military Failing to Protect Women From Abuse

"In the British armed forces, victims of bullying, harassment, discrimination, serious sexual assault. They're being denied justice by woefully inadequate and military complaints, process and justice system. That's one of the main findings of a report published by the UK Parliamentary Defense Committee. Which had evidence from more than 4000 women, including veterans and those still serving 60% said that experience bullying harassment and discrimination in the British armed forces are defence correspondent Jonathan Bill has the report. What's his life? Been a female soldier and what? And asked, I couldn't know. I answer. Oh, boy, I'm a soldier. This is the Army's latest recruitment campaign. It suggests gender is not an issue in today's armed forces, but a report by MPs paints a very different picture. With women suffering disproportionately from bullying, harassment and discrimination. And even sexual assault and rape. The conservative MP Sarah Atherton led the Commons Defence Committee investigation six out of 10 women in our evidence. Said that they don't make complaints because of their replies ALS and reading questions. Put some pressure on this morning. Hey, there we go. Women make up around 12% of the regular armed forces. The report highlights practical issues that need to be addressed, such as being given uniforms and body armor than actually fit. But MPs say they're also gravely concerned that women in the military a 10 times more likely the men To experience sexual harassment. There's so many more instances like mind that don't get reported, because you're not believed you're asking for it. That's the impression you get the fear not her real name was an officer in the Royal Navy, a woman's place. Decided it was up to me where that was, and it was in the Navy. Like the other services. The Royal Navy, too, is trying to recruit more women. But the positive experience for many doesn't always match the reality. For some, it's the old

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Angel Munoz Discusses the Creation of His Communication Platform, Beacon

Code Story

02:40 min | Last week

Angel Munoz Discusses the Creation of His Communication Platform, Beacon

"In his early career angel news was an investment banker specializing in technology. He was fortunate enough to invest in the development of mp threes in the eighties. In addition to this he's well known for being the spearhead of what is known today as e. sports. He's a father to kids and have been married for thirty six years his passion around interactive entertainment specifically in the world of gaming. He tends to lean towards first person shooters because they have a real sense of immersion. He loves post-apocalyptic gains where you have to survive in a world where systems and infrastructure have been completely removed after launching a successful social media platform around the gaming community called g. tribe. He started to create experiences inside the community so much so keenest team attempted to integrate video game aspects into an audio video experience. This is the creation story of beacon so beacon at its simplest if you wanted to make sure your audience understands it quickly. It's an audio visual communication platform with a whole different perspective on what these interactions should feel and look like we were very much informed by gaming. So as you're a game are you will understand the cruel reality that when you are in a game the environment. If you were to step away from from us for just a second you would realize that it's cartoonish but the job of a great. You know game developer ish to engage the suspension of disbelief. So that you for one second or for the entire period that you're in the game believe that you've entered into a whole different reality so what we noticed on. Let's say video conferencing platforms asked. The opposite was taking place. They you know the movement is to make these calls. You know just transferring information from one point to another with a complete disregard of how we perceive so we were inform. And i'm fortunate enough to have lots of friends that are video game developers and over the years developed a few items that we want to integrate into an experience to make it feel more lifelike. The purpose of beacon is to act like a telemarketer. We want to teleport the person your mind into the person's reality so so in my casey will be in my office. And you feel like you're there

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Podcast Prefix Analytics Explained

Sounds Profitable

02:03 min | Last week

Podcast Prefix Analytics Explained

"I wrote an article all about podcast prefix analytic and their value. It's in the description for you to check out. But i never really got into who was four and how useful this data can be for johnny pot gasser. So he spoke to karo. Chuck lasts chargeable to get into the nitty gritty of how these analytics are not just for the big podcasters but for anyone with the desire to learn and take the lead. Thank you so much for the opportunity that with you about this. Thank you so much for the in. By congratulations on your success. It's amazing to see what you've done in such a little time. And and i can't wait to see what happens in the coming months with ya. That news on. I know the context of this is kind of like an extension of that article. You wrote about analytic prefixes. The article does a really good job of explaining what it is right. And i think. I've explained it more times than almost the entire city of pasadena's fingers and toes right so i think if you don't mind just kind of reiterating that might kinda get picture right. The analytic prefixed. The way i always explain. It's a piece of code goes on the rss feed reason why that's important. Rss feed is distributed essentially everywhere right more or less prefixes acting as a redirect so what's happening is regardless of device or player when a user clicks player download right however with that analytic prefix ping's that prefix that piece of code and redirects download information. Somewhere and my case chargeable right but still passes through the request of the end user receives the mp three fall asleep right the key things to know what is download at the end of the day right. So ip address user agent user agent means you know ios fourteen apple. Podcasts iphone. Twelve the main reason why i wanted to kind of hit on that definition is because you know we're touching on the key thing there which is it's a it's allowing us to see what's going on with regards to the download and then be of course what what makes up the download the ip address which is so important

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Co-Founder of Musiio, Hazel Savage, on the Product Development Process

Code Story

02:34 min | 3 weeks ago

Co-Founder of Musiio, Hazel Savage, on the Product Development Process

"It's always been my sauce that we bill the thing that people wanna pay spoil and so when you very very early sort of king. What will people pay for a few dangles based on your industry knowledge about what that might be but you know the roadmap in twenty twenty one is. It's very much tied to what biggest customers are entrusted in and where they see the industry gardner where i see it going in collaboration with but i'm also thinking about what we very first started the company as a set you know. Going from search to reverse engineer tacking. There are lots of points at which you have to make a decision one way or the other and another solar. Almost misstep of mine is a remember. What the first question out with any customer smile. Aids sounds great. Does it were right. Because i just sold them magic beans and it sounds fantastic. Hey i can do all of this stuff sis question. They want to know his sound. Good does actually do the thing that you'll say so i was like greg. We gotta we gotta have some kind of demo on the website where people can get some very very quick proof of concepts and we were like. Okay what's throw the timing. Api let's away the people contest the api and they can find out that it works of. We've gone through this whole planet. We will yet and right at the point at which we will go live. I just said guys. I feel terrible about this button. I need to go back to one of our sort of poor insights. Which is if you were to draw a diagram of the oglala of music industry people who wanted product people who can coat. The overlap is almost zero. The music industry is not savvy develop a heavy industry and so i just suddenly went. The people were trying to prove this to industry people's namath. A code right at the last minute we pivoted to a coach free solution. What people can just load an mp three an instant the get the tags back soul that trust so we used our own api to build an interface and so there are many many a -tations like the swat. You have to make the uncomfortable decision of saying. I suddenly realized we're probably wrong. And i wanna lay industry insight into this for the reason intensive how you guide a product. You have to go back to what you know about the industry and you'll cori- sites and you also have to be sort of willing to question yourself and and and be wrong on on many

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Playing Combo Draws

Chasing Poker Greatness

03:52 min | Last month

Playing Combo Draws

"We're going to cover some hands today. Where multi way pots we check raised and they kind of a weird card on the turn both played at one k l. on ignition john. Do you want to lead us into the first hand. So this is a hand. That brad played starts with a middle position. Open a cutoff. Lattes and brad is the big wind with queen ten of spades he decides to flat. I guess we could just start here and talk about whether you three about this. Hand that all our these types of hands multi way. I think it's reasonable to three bad. I'm not opposed to it. I liked the cutoff calling is pretty indicative. That like you're not supposed to have a calling range. There so villain is most likely fish. The original prefab opener. I believe i had tagged fish. This hand went down during a poker coaching. Explain livestream so one thing about the livestreams that you know are the drawbacks for me. Specifically is that attention gets divided. You're trying to describe things trying to figure out where all the buttons are so you can miss some stuff that you otherwise would not have missed. So i'm just gonna pull out all the excuses before we jump into this hand and say like well okay clayton and just like sort of call a call pre instead of squeezing on reflex okay. I'll our come to your defense a little bit. I think just looking at those. Just looking at this without any hud stats. I agree the cutoff. Looks like a fish once he flats the mp open. I can't tell much about the given that he has like a seven hundred dollar stack and open to a reasonable size. I'll just look at this and say like it's sort of a disaster if we three about this hand. Mp calls a fish folds which i think is going to happen quite frequently and we we isolate ourselves versus a reasonably strong empty range and we lose like the person in the hand. That's most likely to donate their stack in some way so that one of the reasons that i might decide to call slightly more often than three about with a fish flooding. Yeah that's fair little backstory. So m p m p is either a week rag or a fish because they called a cold four bet with queen jack suited in a spot. Where i know. You're not supposed to call queen jack suited so anyway That was happening a little earlier on so that was the rationale even other stats like okay. That hand specifically was like. I don't think that's supposed to be a thing so anyway. With that said we go to flop at quainton spades. There's eighty dollars in the pot. The flop is jack of spades eight of hearts for of spades. I start out by checking. And i think that i should not have checked this. This is where the hand kind of got away for me from the jump. I like leading here especially against when. I'm battling against multiple fish with a hand like this because you know some bad things can happen when we check raise or combo draws here just well. The thing that the thing that is going to happen what happens right you check raise a komo draw and then you turn a pair in a pot with an sp are of like two and then you get kind of frozen right where it's hard to construct an ice checking rage. Nice betting rage. You don't necessarily want to bet with your pear. Your combo draw now because you're beating villains worse flush draws so like yeah it's you're being bills whereas flush draws in the hands at villain has that are beating you just jam and kind of make your life miserable so anyway. That's a bad thing that can

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"mps" Discussed on Party Lines

Party Lines

03:59 min | Last month

"mps" Discussed on Party Lines

"Want based on their own comfort level and how dangerous is that you do particularly because over the last particularly after the third wave maybe we all got the sense that these guidelines are there for a good reason. Yeah and people started to be a bit more about the guidelines i. I didn't see the same responsiveness during the first and second waves but something kind of clicked that third wave there was real fear In terms of following the guidelines and now that there is an absence of guidelines that the worry becomes that people ease up too quickly. Because they're just looking for answers watching the us like the foo fighters concert at madison square garden. I wished that i was there. But also at the same time i was like. I don't know if that's for me. And i found myself looking for official guidance. And i think we're generally speaking like a pretty rule following country We like rules. Maybe like rules a little bit too much. But that's that's that is also conversation for another but having the absence of those rules having the absence of the guide. Especially when you've come to trust it.

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"mps" Discussed on Party Lines

Party Lines

06:58 min | Last month

"mps" Discussed on Party Lines

"I was just reading some exciting news. Which is the toronto international film festival is back everything you're honestly like. Tiff is like forty percent of the reason. I live in the city. Despite the fact that i'm never going to own a home here but that's like a conversation. Podcast one hundred percent the coversation for this podcast though is is about reopenings and somewhat of a return to some semblance of normalcy and vaccinations and the planning for what we should say like is like the short to medium term future because there are so many questions in the era that time at this point seventy five percent of eligible canadians have a first dose more than twenty percent of eligible people are fully vaccinated and i have to say with fewer people than that happened. I it was in the us. You and i talked about the cdc decision a few weeks ago to say pave. You're fully vaccinated you. Can you can dance if you want. You can leave your friends behind you. Can you can like do you can do so many different things you can. You can let your mascow and we thought maybe that's too soon but we don't have the equivalent of a guidance kind of here. In this country we have no guidance with the fully vaccinated in this country. And now you know. Cbc ran out what you can do. If fully vaccinated story. I think the globe and a couple of other places did as well and it's all of us in the media trying to fill a gap because because we haven't heard much. We do know that the guidance is coming. We know this because journalists heap asking about it. Doctor theresa tam are public health. Officer got the question a few times so did her. Deputy dr howard new. And here's what he had to say. I think in the coming days and weeks you will see the federal government coming out with different types of risk assessment tools. Because i think the doctor camps pointers. There's no single size fits all. You can't tell everybody yes you could do this. It really depends on your individual context. So you know based on your your own health status. What this vaccination status of maybe the people you want to be a a socialize with All these other factors come into account so fair enough. No single size fits all vaccinated. Prison in toronto may have to be more cautious or just have a different reality than a double vaccinated person in saint john but there is a restlessness to not having the short and medium-term answers. I think and he's starting to settle it. Yeah i think. I think that's fair to say i mean we are not that far along in terms of double vaccination rates you point out like we've got a ways to go but vaccines are coming in really fast and furious So those numbers are going to go up very quickly Probably by the end of this month sort of early july will be in a completely different space. And i think people wanna be able to plan and think about what their lives might be like One of the things. The government you know did do. This week was start to talk about what travel might look like start. Say only start so if you have both vaccines and you travel to the us for instance you can come back and you don't have to do the corinthian hoteling your don't even have to quarantine you just. You're you're fine You have to have a plan in case that doesn't work out but but generally you can just come back and you're okay but there's still lots of questions around you. When is the border going to open more. We're can we travel to. Should we be traveling this much years. A case in point. I booked a plane ticket to home. where i haven't been since december twenty nine eighteen. Yeah i looked at dick at home to manitoba. Not really knowing if that was going to be okay like not really knowing if i was going to have to self isolate when i got there for two weeks or or how it was you know work just on the hopes set by the time the plane ticket comes around that all that stuff will be clear and worked out on that. Someone will tell me whether i'll be able to hug my mom but it is kinda. It's kind of curious that we are now close to the end of june and we are getting those numbers to where people want them to be and still we don't really know what the world looks like first of all. I hope you're able to talk to your mom. That sounds like a really nice time for. I want the movie festival for you. Thank you thank you. Perfect are all of our dreams. But this is a trouble with this idea of. No one single size fits all because it's bearing out in all of the reopening plan so berta is a bird is already in stage two. How do you do. this bird. Has movie theaters indoor dining museums. They're open their opening with reduced capacity. They're open again. Alberta goes to stage three of its reopening on july first bc also in his second stage then contrast with ontario which is only in step one but that story that you mentioned about international travel restrictions changing so yet the idea that you're if you're canadian fully vaccinated you can just come back into quarantine after we're handling that through. The government's arrive can app and that starts july fifth so that's one way that people are able to prove that they're fully vaccinated while navigating borders. There's still the question of will there be similar mechanisms for us to do to do that to do things inside anywhere we don't know and i think like this period of time where everybody's just wondering about. The next step is rife with frustration. Like it is nice. We say it is nice that this is the next thing to worry about. Because we've really made it really firing and short period of time But it feels like maybe the place we've landed is a place filled with questions. And no one willing to commit to answers at least in the short-term yeah and i will say provinces of course i have a big role to play in this that that has been the complicating communications factor throughout right lick. It is one thing for the federal government to give advice for public health agency of candidate to give advice. It's another thing for the provinces decide based on what's happening in their own region. How things are going to unfold. And i i get that you know. Quebec is is also making changes for instance. Starting friday if you've been double axed and you want to gather inside you don't have to wear a mask Now if someone said to me right now you can do that. I still wouldn't do it. I also think there's an interesting sort of You know here are the parameters in which you need to operate public health wise. But i still think we're also going to see people making their own sort of risk assessments. The problem is right now when you don't have clear parameters I don't know does it. Does it result in the opposite thing happening right then. People just started do whatever they want. And i think that's the danger right now because of the delta variant which which spreads very quickly And and not saying there's gonna be a fourth wave touch wood but but there if you don't put the things out there the benchmarks out there. Do you run the risk of having people just doing a little bit. Whatever they.

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"mps" Discussed on Party Lines

Party Lines

03:38 min | Last month

"mps" Discussed on Party Lines

"Told his caucus on wednesday morning. There isn't a choice between the liberals the mvp the green and the bloc quebecois. They're all the same and they're all part of the problem. He also said there aren't five choices for canadians. There's not five parties to choose from really. There are two there are the conservatives and there's everybody else because they all represent the same thing which is a strong way to position yourself as you say given that you're trying to move the party in a different direction and and trying to win obviously one of the things that we're dealing with also is the story of quebec like how this is going to play out. How a possible election will play out in quebec. Our pal era gronyea wrote that the path to a liberal majority would have to run through a pretty big winning in quebec and the situation there. Are things interesting because you know shantallow. Bear pointed out in the star that this is actually a pretty good stretch for the for example. You know. they're they're polling really well within the normal range of support but the thing that setting them apart right now is drug meet sitting has the highest approval of any federal leader. That's supported i think. By his responses to two big stories discover the remains outside back kamloops residential school and also. His speeches are the attack on the muslim family in london. I think anyone watching the leaders respond to those events would reasonably identify jagmeet as someone may be responding with emotional proportion to the stories instead of a political polish and the flip side of that. Is that the mvp of supporting the liberals plenty of time over the last couple of years and they will need a really good story for why they should be the alternative and so at least from that perspective it's really unclear what becomes of the next election. And what positions. They sort of push forward. Yeah i think that's fair to say and you could say the same about the block because the two of them hold the balance of power right now and have yes on. Different issues supported the government. So it wouldn't be defeated and so the point of tools making you know it is a valid one. I think the liberals also as well as having to make the case about why an election might be needed at a time when you know people are tired and trying to get back to their lives they also obviously are looking at the polls and you mentioned the end ep there but the the polls are probably not as decisive as as the liberals would like them. Obviously if you're going into election you're trying to better the outcome in this case trying to get a majority again but you know on average. They're separated by you. Know five points. Maybe most projections still have the liberals short of majority If the ep is you point out it is successful in some places that could do some damage to the liberals And if they can't pick up more seats again as you point out in quebec then there's problems there too so it's not as though It's not as though this is like sewn up. And i guess that would be sort of my question for why it would be so important for an election right now however i will say that elections Campaigns do change things. We've seen that time and again and they the campaigns themselves matter and people pay attention in a different way. And i know we've talked about this on this podcast before. But i feel like people feel more connected to government than they ever have perhaps in their own lifetimes because of this pandemic you know th they may not be down with that much government in their lives frankly but they they now have an idea of what government can and cannot do and i wonder how that too will factor into you know what canadians want to.

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"mps" Discussed on Party Lines

Party Lines

08:35 min | Last month

"mps" Discussed on Party Lines

"From cbc podcasts and the fifth estate brainwashed is a part investigation into the cia experiments in mind control from the cold war and m. k. Ultra to the so-called war on terror. We learn about a psychiatrist who used his patients as human guinea pigs. And what happens when the military and medicine collide. Listen to brainwashed on the cbc. Listen up or wherever you get your podcasts. This is a podcast. Hey there barton elamine demuth and this is party lines as more and more people are getting their second doses. Rosie more than twenty percent of eligible. Canadian have a second shot. What are we going to be able to do once. More people protected. I want to dig into this too. Does reality because people are really eager to know what isn't isn't allowed. I wanna know that to probably time to talk election speculation. It's ratcheted up this week because it has a commons is coming to a close. Could there be an election this fall. And what and who could trigger it so dramatic okay. Let's do this do it. As i drove to work this morning. We're recording this on wednesday as we do. I was listening to Justin trudeau the prime minister on Our interview this morning that he did to sort of wrap up the city. The the house is expected to rise wednesday the day. We're recording this and parliamentarians. Not really here. Most of them. But they're all gonna go back to their writings and do their writing things anyway so he was doing an interview sort of end of sitting. Where things at you know What's going to happen next. But the host was rightly hyper focused on whether the prime minister wanted an election and Whether there was going to be a fall election and and some of the language that the prime minister use things like you know the conservatives are getting in our way the mvp the block they are are not progressive parties or not helping us get anything done Canada needs to decide. What kind of build back better program we want. When the pandemic is over. And by the time i got to work which is not long drive by the time i got to work put in my coffee order into my phone and close the door. I was in full state of panic like a full anxiety. Like bl like attack like. Oh my god. I think he wants an election. That's how i came off of that interview. I really felt like he. I really felt like he was saying things and positioning things. In a way that. I hadn't heard for two years and i'm not saying there's going to be one but let me let me play the clip of of the prime minister in english yesterday which also fed into some of my anxiety. Now it's also excitement. Because i love an election but some of the anxiety so here he is from. Yesterday we have seen a level of obstructionism and and toxicity in the house. That is of real concern. There's always a back and forth in parliament. There's always got to be debate. And holding people to account and we welcome that and continue to. There's also a time to work together. And that's certainly what we hope we're going to be seeing from The other progressive parties the mvp and the block as we move forward on passing some really important pieces of legislation today and tomorrow. That will make a difference in the lives of canadians. We can talk about the legislation whether all those things are true. But i'll just end my point on saying this. When i sat down with the prime minister in very cold temperatures in december outside and asked him whether he wanted an election or whether he thought we were gearing up for hit election. He pointed to the idea that if it became difficult to cover if he felt like it was getting harder to push through his own agenda than that would be a signal that there needed to be an election. Now we can debate. And i'm sure we will whether that's actually happening now but it certainly what he is now. Sort of laying the groundwork for it. Sounds like yeah. I love this language that starts pop-up about parliament is dysfunctional. Parliament is toxic when he starts to creep up. Because i think to me like it implies that canadians are all like texting each other. Can you believe the delay tactic. I is this parliament but like they call it. The invoked closure applications like canadians are that tizzy but in reality like it's just really the first that we see when the election fires have to start right like governments of all stripes. Say this and it rarely means anything more than we're doing pretty well in the polls we think it's time to go and we have to concoct some kind of narrative. The says this election is necessary. It's kind of like the end of the first act of any fast and furious. Movie like vindicate just has to find a reason to use a bunch of cars. Because that's what you for comfort and the reason but the podcast now i was so fine and it now but i do want to talk about this because i actually think even that does have some high stakes the stakes of not landing. This narrative right is important. It is a fine balance. I don't think any party can afford to look too eager to get into an election. People's minds right now are on the vaccine roll there. It's on the speed of reopening. Know will my kids be able to attend in school classes of million other things. Then there's a question of readiness like the liberals have been in power this point. We're for what six years this point erin o'toole has been leader of the conservatives for ten months and even then he's got like a whopping two months more on the job than enemy. paul like. there's also a story earlier this week. About how the house passed a ban on conversion therapy and out of one hundred nineteen conservative. Mp's sixty two conservative. Mp's voted against that and like for o'toole a leader who promise to modernize a conservative party. He's got to figure out how to reconcile a vote. That looks like that with this promise and like all of which is to say. It's easy to see that the opposition is a bit wobbly. It's easy to see the liberals have been in power for a long time and they can begin to come across like they want an election be really eager to do it and in any other year. Maybe that turns out well for you i. i don't know how that eagerness will play out in a pandemic. yeah. I mean we should. We should point out that the life cycle of a minority parliament is about eighteen to twenty four months so we we are coming to the natural end of that time. Although you know you could say that it's been a little bit different and a little more challenging because of the pandemic so maybe that's something to keep in mind. I don't know that the prime minister can make a very forceful case around Legislation not being passed given the they have passed at lots of legislation and the ones that they said were there priority bills will probably all get done Because the senate is going to continue sitting until probably next week so that part of the argument i think becomes difficult or challenging But could you make an argument that now that the pandemic is over. Let's say you know towards the end of august. Most canadians have been double vexed that that we now need to start thinking about what a post pandemic canada looks like at that. Time is is ripe for debate. Sure i think you could probably make that argument. I would also say that. No-one really remembers why an election was called. That's usually the first week of an election campaign. Reporters all talking frantically and doing stories about the outrage of the timing of an election and by the time four or five weeks later people actually vote. That is not the first thing that's coming to mind they. They obviously want to start digging into some of the ideas and so to that end. Erno tool you know as you say hasn't been leader super long. This would be his first campaign and he he's also lighting a fire I would say under this idea. In case he ends up in an election and this is what he.

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Why Personalized Short-Form Audio Is the Next Big Thing With Audioburst's Amir Hirsh

VOICE Global 2021

02:20 min | Last month

Why Personalized Short-Form Audio Is the Next Big Thing With Audioburst's Amir Hirsh

"Once audio moved to the digital space when podcasting with the online version of radio all of a sudden. We've got a tremendous amount of choice that we can choose content from the we can connect with and i think the audio creators and the users of lost themselves defining difficulties finding one another which goes back to the second point of personalization so now instead of one channel broadcasting for all we have millions of podcasts and audio rooms and read digital radio that is available regardless of the geographical location which it which covers pretty much any topic that you want in a very high quantity highly produced smart way not just a rollout reading the first paragraph of blog on the other hand. We've got now accessibility to millions of users to be listening to be looking for that content right either all through smart earbuds like braque's now helping in growing in promoting the ability to persons to match them to one another cannot operate a non for cannot operate them just streaming. You have to take the the content cut it up into individual items much like i do done to the. Lp's broken up to sink. Pull the mp threes in this songs that will audience does to the full shows breaking up to individual items and then every single user wherever they are through. This smart connection to audience can get that ladies that personalization experience of the bids from multiple different sources. That will answer those twenty minutes that you're in the grocery store and whenever you hit something there is interesting and now you know you. Can you want a dime longer interact. Is that choice. You go into the long form in on the drive back just that podcast all the way to the end of it but if you break it up for the shortfall those bursts of ours and have the ability to grab your attention in those twenty minutes of all your twitter audio version for it. No one's going to do the investigation. It's going to be very difficult to find that comte. That's the percentage station. When it comes to argue. I think in the way that we're operating today.

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Patrisse Cullors Sounds More Like a Capitalist Than Marxist on Marc Lamont Hill's Show

The Dan Bongino Show

01:58 min | Last month

Patrisse Cullors Sounds More Like a Capitalist Than Marxist on Marc Lamont Hill's Show

"And he says to Patrice Cullors. Hey, you know what's with the $3 Million portfolio, and I want you to stay very close attention to her answer because she gives an answer. That an ideologically aligned capitalist would give. Hey, you know, we make money and earn money so I can take care of my family. Got a sun? God, What did she say? Mother in law? Whatever. I got to take care of my okay, Great. That's a capitalist answer, not a socialist answer. You doubt me here, Check this out. So a critique, though, from the left, that would say, um, if you are a trained Marxist If we're talking about a certain kind of radical politics, that extravagant homes of any sort or multiple properties of any sort is itself contradictory to the ideology that you hold. And so it's not about having money per se, but that it's about Or about property per se, But it's about there being a potential contradiction between your express politics and your lived practice. Sure, And I think that is a critique. That is, um wanting. And I say that because, um, the the the way that I live my life is a direct support to black people, including my black family members, Uh, first and foremost and For so many black folks who are able to invest in themselves in their community. They choose to invest in their family, and that's what I've chosen to do. Um, I have a child. I have a brother that has severe mental illness that I take care of. I support my mother and I support many other family members of mine. And so I see. Um uh, my money as not my own. I see it as um, my family's money as well. That's really cute that you don't see the money you spent on yourself and your house and your family as your own. That's a cute talking point. Unfortunately, it's really dumb. Okay. Hey, what, folks Please don't do this. But if I was doing a pizza, everybody in America send me a dollar to MP $330 million every send me a buck today. You know what? Don't worry. I don't consider it my own. I'm

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Light 4Bets At $5/$10 Online 6-Max Cash

Chasing Poker Greatness

02:50 min | Last month

Light 4Bets At $5/$10 Online 6-Max Cash

"Want to start the hand number. One that i played about a month ago and i played it on a poker coaching. Dot com playing explained livestream as well so Brad's hand starts with us at a five hundred table playing five ten. No limit cash on ignition. Brad is under the gun or excuse me. We're finding five handed. So brad is in the middle position with eight seven of spades opens twenty five dollars the player in the cutoff. Who looks like a rag. Three about two seventy dollars. Everybody else folds caught off and brad are. I guess we should finish up. Ashen brad bets to two hundred thirty dollars. Oath brad and the cutoff started about a hundred and forty five big blinds effective on rag but his three about sizing was team very very small even versus a hundred big stack versus two and a half x. Open making it. Seventy is definitely smaller than what i would expect. I'd expect closer to ninety or maybe even one hundred out a huge deal. I think the more interesting. Our pre flop is your decision to four but actually don't actually think that villains throughout sizing somewhat reasonable at this depth and because they're in position. I don't think they necessarily need to go super big because they can. They can go smaller here. Then they can defend very appropriately versus four bat swallow retaining position throughout the rest of the hand. And if i call very often facing the small three bet sizing then basically. I'm gonna be out of position in a deep sack pot throughout the rest of the hand which is going to be pretty annoying to navigate so actually think villains three about sizing here is it's reasonable. I don't think it's it's definitely not a not worth nitpicking over the sizing for sure. Yeah in seventy eight. Suited is gonna be commits close to the bottom of my. Mp opening range. It's a handed. I mean again. I'm probably defending almost everything except for some alike off suit. Ace jack off type hands. I think those hands are going to get folded but pretty much fitting everything versus small three about sizing and need to find some hands to forget with for board coverage and then also bottom of range type for hands that could flop pretty well can give me some equity post flop and like i said can cover some some of the lower middling type boards that we would like to have some good hands on those boards to so because of all of that. I decided to go ahead and four about this hand if it does five bet which i don't know that they're gonna five bet really anything here even aces and kings. I think those hands might just flat but if they do five bed it's obviously pretty easy to fold the seven hundred and eight.

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Apple Music Announces Spatial Audio and Lossless Audio

The Tech Guy

01:23 min | 2 months ago

Apple Music Announces Spatial Audio and Lossless Audio

"Like apple is offering. Now did we talk about this last week. We talked about the rumor. It's now a fact thereafter ring High resolution high quality audio for apple music subscribers. But not if you're using an apple device to listen to it so that's a little weird a little weird it. doesn't work on the airpods. The airpods pro. The airpods studio. Max doesn't work on the homepods doesn't work on. The homepod mini does work on the apple. Tv so there's one there. But i think you know. Eventually they'll upgrade the wired stuff. I think it's the wireless stuff that ever going to be able to get working but it just shows you. I mean there's a there's it's definitely competitive out there in the streaming music world and as more and more people get better and better bandwidth also. I think it's the case. And that's pretty cool that Will be you know you'll be able to He'll be able to hear higher quality music. Will anybody care. that's the question. Got a whole generation. That grew up on highly compressed. Mp threes and kinda cheap. Those white earbuds. That apple was putting him with their phones for years Probably don't know the difference. Certainly can't hear it but those things no

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Apple Announces Lossless Apple Music Is Coming in June

Monocle 24: The Globalist

01:50 min | 2 months ago

Apple Announces Lossless Apple Music Is Coming in June

"Talk about apple and apple music. Now this is about to be upgraded and this is a really quite a big story. Yes i think it is. It's interesting that A couple of years ago there was spotify apple music and accompanied tidal which had lossless quality. That was That the differentiator to say you can get the best quality music from title and they charged a premium for that now Next month in fact it lands apple. Music will have lossless and lots of other Levels of Quality at but this will be included at no extra cost of your subscription so suddenly you can get really high quality audio For no more money than your regular fees and lossless means just that that it's it's very good quality. es pretty much so Uses its own codex which are which tend to be better than mp three any way in terms of quality but will be Way better than that if you're listening on the right equipment which it's now it's turned out. does not necessarily include apples airpods. Pro you need wired. Rather than a wireless connection for some of them for others. Dobie at moss for spatial audio airpods pro will be just fine to that. And do you need to have an iphone in order to access this. Yes you know you can There is an android version of apple music as well. Though it is not yet clear whether the same things will be available that imagine they were so this is as you say. Part of the big rivalry between apple spotify untitled titled kind of gone by the by. Yes yes. it's not the big play that it used to be. No it's very much spotify. Which has its own a special things going into podcast in a big way apple is responding but this is a sunni. Apple's way of trying to get more people over drop-off music

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Apple Announces Lossless Apple Music Is Coming in June

Monocle 24: The Globalist

01:50 min | 2 months ago

Apple Announces Lossless Apple Music Is Coming in June

"Talk about apple and apple music. Now this is about to be upgraded and this is a really quite a big story. Yes i think it is. It's interesting that A couple of years ago there was spotify apple music and accompanied tidal which had lossless quality. That was That the differentiator to say you can get the best quality music from title and they charged a premium for that now Next month in fact it lands apple. Music will have lossless and lots of other Levels of Quality at but this will be included at no extra cost of your subscription so suddenly you can get really high quality audio For no more money than your regular fees and lossless means just that that it's it's very good quality. es pretty much so Uses its own codex which are which tend to be better than mp three any way in terms of quality but will be Way better than that if you're listening on the right equipment which it's now it's turned out. does not necessarily include apples airpods. Pro you need wired. Rather than a wireless connection for some of them for others. Dobie at moss for spatial audio airpods pro will be just fine to that. And do you need to have an iphone in order to access this. Yes you know you can There is an android version of apple music as well. Though it is not yet clear whether the same things will be available that imagine they were so this is as you say. Part of the big rivalry between apple spotify untitled titled kind of gone by the by. Yes yes. it's not the big play that it used to be. No it's very much spotify. Which has its own a special things going into podcast in a big way apple is responding but this is a sunni. Apple's way of trying to get more people over drop-off music

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Why Is There Suddenly so Much Talk About Australia's Border Policy?

Coronacast

01:32 min | 2 months ago

Why Is There Suddenly so Much Talk About Australia's Border Policy?

"Since we were talking about the federal budget last week. Norman there has been a lot of talk not just on this podcast but also in other media in conversations that i've been having with people about australia's border policy and the fact that at the moment living this beautiful almost completely covid free bubble but it can't last forever and just what it's going to take for us to transition back into being part of the broader world again and maybe the sort of cost of that as well because in reopening that has inherent risks built into it. Yes so it's been a fair discussion over the weekend on this group coalition. Mp's calling for reopening her no this last forever and brick sutton's being quoted as qualified way saying that we go to actually start discussing how we're going to open up and accept some more risk and a really good piece Yesterday by brendan crabb. And michael tool from the dead institute in the nine media Talking about just being careful about this and these are two people who really know what they're talking about and have got pandemic experience. Look the here are the issues laid out one is we will have to open up one day. We've been told since the beginning of this pandemic that really the only way out of it is as a vaccine. We have a vaccine rollouts at the moment which according to probably the best available data has us completely immunized early. Two thousand and twenty three. What's not completely immunized. But as a percentage of the population

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459: Spanish GP Qualifying Report

The Autosport Podcast

01:36 min | 2 months ago

459: Spanish GP Qualifying Report

"Qualifying day in spain. And it's an absolutely incredible one hundred pole position for lewis hamilton. An amazing achievement finance another pole position for mercedes. You have grabbed po at this track. Every essence twenty thirteen newest will be joined on the front row by max stopped with three hundred between them whilst battery blocked us and charlotte lock will be lining up behind on the second bar. We didn't see top three improving on their final runs with how much actually don't want at the exit with an ultimate corn by didn't matter as neither the stop an off as managed to improve that times either charlotte did manage to set personal bests in his final lap with alpine of estevan splitting ferraris. M p five and call signs behind impe six daniel. Ricardo bounced back from last weekend's qualifying finishing seven fastest beating saggio perez. Who spun at tom fatty on his last. Run and ricardo also out qualified teammate. Landau norris who came in p. nine. The top ten was rounded out with finanza alonzo and notable absence from keith rate was gasoline who despite looking quick in key. One was eliminated in q two for the first time in twenty twenty one and he will line up p twelve tamara in-between the aston martins launch. Tro and sebastian vessel antonio g. of nazi came. Mp fourteen ahead of mr saturday. George russell mp fifteen who again managed to make out key one and in doing so we saw. The elimination of yuki sonoda was quite the surprise about quite straighted team radio. Finally we had kimmy ryan. Mp seventeen ahead of schumacher nicholas fiamme nikita miles

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Elagabalus: The Roman Emperor Who Wasn't Truly Roman?

A.D. History Podcast

02:26 min | 2 months ago

Elagabalus: The Roman Emperor Who Wasn't Truly Roman?

"By two hundred twenty one. Ad room was under the rule of one of its strangest emperors and his short ruled run until two hundred and twenty two eighty. When surprise surprise he would be assassinated. The rule of emperor elegant gablers is interesting to look into however as it shows us. Just how much rome was starting to sink from the days of the pax romana so you want to share a bit of ground rules and of the origins of elegant. 'cause it's kind of important today. This fame and alibaba is believed to be born circa two hundred and free. Ad so you can already gob as quite young. By this time he was born the name of various of its yes us and he was a native over rome. of course native. Improves want a new thing by now he was born in. Msa in syria and this is the modern city of homes. Which is the still in syria to this day. And he came from a family of high priest to didn't worship the funeral roman gods greek goats but they worshiped aluko sunguard who was known as ball. But this doku go. But this god was awesome locally as eligible and from his name allegations bolus and his name abou shriek on the way he got that title from and despite being so far removed from he had connections to the city and to the upper crust over roman society. Something i'm curious about. How much do you know about this religion. That he was a part of not really much came up on the subject. I imagine we probably already know of it from others. Writings not much up about it. Just it was different. Is seems that sent it around this one god as opposed to a pattern of goats. I roam did okay. I was curious about that. There was any additional information to kind of get an idea to see more where this guy was coming from the but they but they are monotheistic. I think they might have been to an extent. Yes well and these guys worship. Just the one god. The mob moguls into wider religion. Alibaba's came from this one from a family that worship just deliver who sunguard eligible as i said that he did have connections to the roman empire and most noticeably decant mp at the time and pra caracalla was his cousin. An in two hundred and seventeen eighty caracalla was of course

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Anti-Islam Dutch MP Turned Muslim Joram Van Klaveren

TMV Podcast

03:23 min | 3 months ago

Anti-Islam Dutch MP Turned Muslim Joram Van Klaveren

"Name is your own clapper's you're already mentioned and and i used to be a member of the dutch parliament's And it was a representative for the anti islamic freedom party of culas even spokesperson on this subject of islam In parliament. And i did it for many years and when this is debris Introductions how summary and what i did was After i left the party. Because i left the party i feel very anti-islamic than what i did was Fulfiling alone held decided. It was writing anti-islam book but during the writing i came across so much information was at odds with the things i usually Brought the audience in the netherlands. The things i spoke about in In in the dutch parliament delegation radio and oleander media channels here so I came across so much information was it was at odds with the things i usually mentioned at. I started researching at everything again and I i wrote to several authorities on subjects of islam judaism and christianity. Because i'm from a very conservative protestant backgrounds as oh. My upbringing was in indepth corner. And what i did was trying to figure out what what the truth was with. A capital. t. Sodas as or i was very anti-islam but i wanted to be a correct book so i didn't want to have any mistakes. Fb honest so what i did was also trying to catch The few of muslim. So what i did was writing to some authorities also islamic origin one of the persons. I wrote to shelter hockey morad. Some claims university team windsor english name and i thought he was going to write me back. Because i put a little wikipedia link at the end of my email and add some questions. But i didn't want to fool himself say so what it was to be honest and i thought that he would never answer me because of course why shoot. He answered an anti-islamic politician from another country. But it took a couple of weeks and think about six or seven weeks and in the anti e send me very extensive answer very extensive because i read it on my My telephone against the because it's gaza. It was about sixteen seventeen pages so it's very expensive. And what he did was trying to answer questions. I asked him in the email. Why is this. Why do you do this. What's the thought behind his dead wife. This might set. So that's what he did and then at the same time. He pointed to other scholars. The of that some books gave me titles at seth and then what he says. Well i'm not going to comfort you. Obviously because it was the first male He said to me well. What you have to do is reread all your books. All your anti islamic books read them again but if you read them read this book snacks to your anti islamic books and he said well you then you can see where they take the wrong turn.

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European MPs Targeted by Deepfake Video Calls

The CyberWire

01:49 min | 3 months ago

European MPs Targeted by Deepfake Video Calls

"Someone impersonating a spokesman for imprisoned russian opposition figure alexander navalny conducted zoom meetings with european parliament members. The sessions featured. What the guardian and nl times called a deepfake video call purporting to be volley associate leonid volkov which volkov himself said looked pretty convincing. Speculation about responsibility for the incident has focused on vo van and lexus. Two well-known russian prank callers pranksters and such nuisance. Humorous are known. The incident is of course troubling for coming at a time when navalny is imprisoned and on a life threatening hunger strike and it's worth noting that relatively senior political officials were taken in by the scam but to place it in perspective. This is more shock jock stuff than it is a spore of new and devilish lena. Various approach to disinformation technically. It's a cut above the kind of jerk who had called the live news coverage to holler bubba buoy during the slow motion. Chase of oj. Simpson's bronco down the four zero five in los angeles but let's keep it in perspective. The lesson is that video that appears genuine alive call need not be and that some authentication beyond look and feel is necessary but we already knew that it's even become atropine gag insurance commercials where there's a guy video conferencing with his move colleague and so forth. At any rate on balance not very funny and vo von alexis themselves aren't novices. We note. they pranked to name. Just three sir. Elton john the duke of sussex and senator bernie sanders but of their targets have been critics of the russian regime. Mr putin himself has not been pranked and seems unlikely to be

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MPs claim it could be discriminatory to have Covid vaccine passports

What Next | Daily News and Analysis

01:29 min | 4 months ago

MPs claim it could be discriminatory to have Covid vaccine passports

"The concerns about vaccine passports tend to fall into two camps equity politics vaccine distribution in the. Us is already unequal. Even though racial data on covid vaccine is incomplete. Cdc numbers show that nearly two-thirds of people who received at least one dose or white. That could mean a disproportionate number of people of color being excluded from places that require a vaccine passport beyond race. There are other questions about. How axiom passports might discriminate unequal access to technology for example and there are other concerns for instance if you privilege people who are vaccinated. Are you discriminating against people who might have religious objections to get the vaccine are you. Are you discriminating against people who might have some medical condition. That makes them very nervous about getting the vaccine. So this this has emerged as a real threat and problem not just among republicans. This is a widespread bioethical concern. I did talk to zeke. Emmanuel the former advisor to the biden cova response. He worked in the obama white house a bioethicist and he said he thinks these passports coming. No matter what and that the do have value but all the bioethicists all the officials. I talked to say it's important to tread lightly here. And that's another argument not to mandate anything. Because you're further potentially widening those equity gaps that you alluded to

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How Blackjack Player 'MPS' Got in the AP Game

Gambling With an Edge

01:52 min | 4 months ago

How Blackjack Player 'MPS' Got in the AP Game

"Our guest is blackjack player who calls himself mpc s. Nps welcome to gambling with an edge. Thanks for having me. So how did you get started in. The ap game yeah. I was in the bahamas on a business trip. Just looking for somewhere to have dinner and the place that i happen to find was in a casino and i'm walking and i was. I was never a gambler. raised conservatively. Gambling is bad and it just never appealed to me. Because i don't like losing money and my thought process was that's what gambling is but here i am at this casino somewhere in the caribbean and i'm walking across the gaming floor and i see this beautiful blonde at a blackjack table and i had less than zero interest in the blackjack game but i decided to sit down and to shoot my shot and so i sat there and you know i had a little cash on me and i bought in and i had no idea what i was doing. I always took insurance. I had some terrible hits Some terrible stands as well and yeah. I just happened to get lucky and i won four hundred bucks but actually i didn't get lucky and ended up going to eat dinner by myself and as i'm eating dinner. Something that one of them said stuck with me it was. You always have to do the same thing on sixteen versus ten. But it doesn't matter if you hit or if you stand. And i remember thinking that can't be right like there has to be a correct way to play And it can't be a factor of what you've been doing previously and anytime i didn't know it but i was thinking that there has to be a basic strategy and did Peach my curiosity a little bit. And i started poking around online.

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"mps" Discussed on Coffee House Shots

Coffee House Shots

04:31 min | 8 months ago

"mps" Discussed on Coffee House Shots

"They have always been most worried about february. February is the month when the nhs traditionally comes under the most pressure in the winter crisis. So i unless the vaccination program has really got going by february is also hard to imagine a big liberalization of the rules. In what is normally justice. Most difficult month now james just finally the hearing a little bit of movement on brexit of wants to get too excited about the idea. We could actually be a crunch point but time is running out when it comes to the end of the transition period which just over a month away mature bonnier is not expected to come to the uk. Come to london tonight for talks over the weekend and in the week we are told the baez resting not to unless he his ready to move. So does this mean the. Uk's ready to move on the troublesome fisheries in the talks. Does it just mean. Talks are ongoing. I think this is somewhere between so after we had this reports in the french president michel barnier wouldn't come unless the opposition was gonna move michelle. Bonnie is now coming but david. Frost has responded to news. Michelle as now coming by issuing tweet fred. Saying basically i've not moved essentially will carry on talking. I think the truth is cheese is moving crab like to each other. I think fishing is the biggest sticking point whereabouts test something which is out this process. People have said the deal won't fail. Overfishing is the thing left outstanding at the end some solution we found now it does seem that there has been a bit of progress on the level playing field and say fish is by far the biggest stand out issue and so now we wait z. Wherever wherever it is that is going to fail of official ever wolf over-fish phases just finally just quickly on on fisheries. I mean the point. That's off tomatoes is a huge part of the uk economy. It's important politically. I've splendid. You often hear. Mp's representing season. Scotland bring up fisheries. And i think he looked to some of the areas that rachel nice heavily leave in terms of scotland overall did not and they tend to be at least former fishing communities. Do you think that it's important for the argument. The is the government's going to have to make the union given all up against nick of the is saying that she is going to push that independence referendum if she wins a majority. Do you think that fisheries in the uk. Standing up for fishermen is important has any relation to that or not. I do think it's important. It's not the case that all people do northeast of scotland fish but certainly the fishing arguments at a huge resonance. And it's funny to think that now the mardi my mom's families and home is now a tory kind of heartland too in five..

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"mps" Discussed on Coffee House Shots

Coffee House Shots

03:28 min | 8 months ago

"mps" Discussed on Coffee House Shots

"Say look this community. Mass testing can see you. Come down the tears. But i think the problem is lots of to. Mp's listens chrissy last night and concluded that you're to get out tight restrictions until the spring so phrase. What can these mp's pretty annoyed. And that she now two camps tore mp's. I think i think probably the cavs be tour. Beat annoyed for ages and npr's here now annoyed. I'm the fast being. Mp's seats in the north under very strict restrictions now for months on end and now the seven. Mp's in terms of seats that wear and tear one sunday. Intitute different. And don't like it much but phrase walk. can they do as a united force because we know there's vote next week has to pass restrictions to go and place but ultimately kissed amazon's like he's going to back it so intrude extraordinarily numbers to have much impact when they yes this new chance of being able to stop legislation if labor is going to back it then it will happen. They will be kirs tears as it were but they will happen nonetheless maturity partly frustrated now because they've worked out that howling with rage is the only thing that they can do a matt. Hancock was in parliament yesterday. Promising them that this will be reviewed every week one stage. He said he'd reviewed it more often than been once a week. But i think they know there's almost no chance of being downgraded hancock reserves the power to personally decides and what the data means saying would make it more transparent the process. He isn't seeing what the criteria will be your how they might change. And then they were saying or dirt. Worry you might get mass testing like liverpool in the army and get these lateral flow tests at the government does ordered go against you in the mount. Sof then maybe manchester. If you behave yourself you might be able to get into tier two like liverpool. If you ever look at the manchester figure. We've been doing this now. Our our data hub data dot spectator dot co dot. Uk you find out that. The government's is really stretching the truth who and it says that mass testing as an helped pool cases down by four fifths. Most of that decline happened way. Before mass testing came along and when mass testing started decline then continued on the same trajectory so it delayed the decline in liverpool it up so if mass testing as a tool isn't really going to get you down from tier three to tier two than what will also i was struck by chris whizzy when he said yesterday that he thinks anywhere into tier one. We'll see cases rise right now. The a very controversial statement not backed up by any researcher science. in common. With much of what would you say they keep coming up with this huge belief that lockdowns work that these tiered restrictions work and the of the yet publish any reason for confidence in their hypothesis. The only thing that matters right now is if chris witty thinks it's not safe to anywhere in tier one but there isn't really a three tier system a two-tier system because nobody's ever going to get put into tier one nor will it be james. Says times call him today if what they are waiting for us to see what happens after christmas in other words is going to be a candidate style increase in infections after people make home visits. Then you only going to know that in the middle of january so that means that nobody is getting out of any tier for at least six weeks probably more designing in government..

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"mps" Discussed on RNZ: The Detail

RNZ: The Detail

06:09 min | 9 months ago

"mps" Discussed on RNZ: The Detail

"On the court I'm looking Jonsman down my name's James McDougal because I work for a charity and the Mental Health and homelessness and disability sectors I also have a couple of small business projects on the side, a practice manager or my wife immigration also. And consulting business as well, and then outside of this or make sure doing more degree in politics. But what a lot on my plate at the moment current. True. So for years I've been frustrated watching the numbers of homelessness child, poverty abuse, and mental health rising and listening to the promises that made by multiple governments and nothing seems to change the name of department I grew up through the system and fired me in so many ways and I was hoping that it would be getting. And and watching from the outside, it doesn't beginning there seems to be getting worse. All of them are taking a very health by Synon- punitive approach to into health, which is refreshingly consistent with the populations be moving in recent years number eight, Cameron, the family that we were talking about before I'm. Also, an interesting character in talkative. Yeah I caught locked DOT COM or not. Dealt with Melissa some input into give him my initial pre-election reports. Look I was ready to. Tear. Said, touch him a little bit hash lay for has fusing climate change which some I think very junkins Percy theory and they don't have any scientific basis to them as far as I can say. However I thought I do need to look more broadly than just as views on climate change I think we need to consider that The background is coming from is a dairy farmer up the line Northland I'm he is actually on the front line of New Zealand's response to climate change in sodas important that he does consider solutions that are going to work on the ground on the farms, and it'll be useful for him to bring this to. Parliament, I'm hoping that some some of his colleagues Brooke Van Velden and Tim some cool. took him around a bit some of this Mark Cayman is someone who's Also bringing a lot of life experience to the table as As dairy farmer up north he was a just expanding his business a few years ago he was it put a seeking Fam- I mean he was diagnosed with an autoimmune disorder which he sees as now destroying his kidney function. so He's been up from the passing is not from the public about this and he's coming into parliament parliament Narran not great physical shape. I think it's probably useful that that parliament has representation from people who again you know I talked about some. Not wanting robots in parliament. Is a big portion of our population. It's carrying health problems as carrying disabilities, and he'll be able to speak to this experience a little bit on Mike Cameron on the candidate for North. London and the spikes pisses Potty and Kalki from from Roy. Call was for depression for three and a half years in my eighties. The Hotter I. Felt in control of who was coming. On new. Years and years in the industry at all well having been in. That point on felt list in control over who I am as a person and all I didn't feel anything products. and IT and other people or not. I'm deeply agree for them I want to be part of the machinery or the collection of people that sexism. Let's move onto number nine another gun fantoni severance. She is a former lab technician lessons, firearms I know what else do we know about? If something we spent on a big believer in freedom of choice in south responsibilities laugh you know really amazing to get to number nine and the promote those Yeah she's also. A small business owner from Christ church and one of relatively small south. Auburn representation on the X party less so. I think her support for revisiting the gun legislation is probably interesting because she's so active in the gun community and cross stitch i. of course, was a city that was. was hit by the terror attacks last year and Mississippi that still winter enormous pine over that. Act will want to have her voice at the forefront and discussion and discussing rolling back the new gun controls because I'm. Coming from crush coming from the firearms lobbying crushed I think we'll give her A. Degree of credibility and discussing this. And she was supposed to be the bottom line acted. So will unleash that we have Damian Smith another teen I don't know much about botany. Financier is big money as far as anyone in it could be. I'm sure he'll be out to relate very well to some of their more affluent domino's he comes from East Auckland and he's been very involved with the UK and here and finance. David Seymour despite as decisions of water. Wonderful when Jin and caring Bossy as I don't think he's going to be giving them too much leeway. I think what we might see as him taking the famous advice that Winston Peters always gave his. Impedes, which is just as pop for the first. Another weird place sometimes, and you'll be a few reps with up to live. That are very confident. They can do it. That's it. For today I'm Alexia Russell the details brought to you by newsroom dot co dot indeed, and made possible by Ariz., and indeed on here, you can get us downloaded free to your mobile device every weekday from any podcast platform and if using EPO leave us a writing so other people can find us to. 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"mps" Discussed on Beers and Biceps Podcast With Wade Foster

Beers and Biceps Podcast With Wade Foster

04:59 min | 11 months ago

"mps" Discussed on Beers and Biceps Podcast With Wade Foster

"To the bees and BICEP podcast. This is episode nine I believe up to nine episodes already Hope you guys are enjoying it. We have a great cumin I session today and our four on my good friend. Client and fellow coach within the Cover Model Academy Jackson minutes I did FANTASTICO. Oh, you very well. Thank you very well. Thank you I. Feel you on your your first podcast episode. We'll see how it goes, but I'm sure I'll I'll show a few stumbles here and then. Have you done have you done for science yet my podcast? The weekly ones we do, sir, I have said, this is the podcast debut official. Well. So if everyone listening Jack. Ma News the head coach within the cover model academy lower myself He's also doing the Mazdas a priceless attrition I did last year. So he I have my wing and I'm teaching him. The ways are excellent coach his Roy at Egos Amazing transformations that coming through his. So he's the best person we can have. A for him to go through your questions and give you guys the best possible artist. But as vice without within you pessimism podcast GonNa Start with a quick fire round. Suck Jack. In a bio pic of your. Life. Who would play? was good one Let's go its..

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"mps" Discussed on News Talk 1130 WISN

News Talk 1130 WISN

03:09 min | 1 year ago

"mps" Discussed on News Talk 1130 WISN

"Workforce for MPs and for the schools that is white and obviously the vast majority of the Children in Milwaukee public schools there of color, particularly African American sub number of Latino You've got another year in which kids in Milwaukee aren't going to let a dog one thing we all know that online learning in the context of MPs is a farce. With no. One at home in many in family situations to make sure the kids are paying attention Technologies that the number of teacher the number of teachers at MPs who were just already demonstrated to be gold bricks, who won't do much of anything. It's just a disaster. And you gonna have another year in which the MPs kids don't learn anything it even worse. They don't have any kind of structure in their lives at all, because it's another year in which they're not going to class. They don't have any kind of discipline that you might get from the schools. They're going to lose the opportunity for athletic activity and maybe a lot more time stand at home, getting in trouble and get involved in all the other problems that occur and it's going to cause a lot of parents to have to stay out unemployment because somebody's going to take care of the kids. All those things I crew And it's all because you have the public employees don't want to work and because the public employees many of whom are white, don't wantto work. Black kids suffer Is that not what systemic racism is, and To make matters worse, deny other teachers in schools the opportunity to open and provide the service. But you refused to dio. You tell me it's not systemically racist, that liberals once again. These are the same liberals that have fought as hard as they can to keep kids in the worst schools in the state of Wisconsin and out of some of the best You're behind press to find better schools in some of these private schools that are operating in Milwaukee. We all know about state markets. Lutheran Saint Augustine's developing a really reputation. There's quite a few others. I shouldn't even mention just sub Are all better than MPs. Fighting as hard as they can to keep African American and to some extent, little Latino Children out of those schools and forcing them to stay in the train wrecks that MPs operates. That's not racist. What in the world is institutional racism. What in the world is white privilege other than some overpaid, pension addled public school teaching union hack, refusing toe work to teach black kids and refusing to allow somebody else the work and open up their school and teach black kids because they want to sit on their fat butt and keep burning time toward their pension. And, oh, I'm afraid I'm going to get the cove it from one of these kids. You tell me about systemic racism. And as I said, the reason I wanted to share with you why the city put the school's on the different level is this way They took it out of MPs his hands and it stops the private schools from opening. 4 40 news Talk 11 30 w It's time for rapid traffic..

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"mps" Discussed on Vicki McKenna

Vicki McKenna

05:34 min | 1 year ago

"mps" Discussed on Vicki McKenna

"Was how much money the district is going to have to spend in terms of preparation. Four going back to the fall weather. We're GONNA need to still be social distancing Very very contentious issue. They're thinking they're going to have to spend you know somewhere in the millions of dollars on things like P. T. E. You know honestly so. They need to spend more money because they they didn't have school for three months so they need to spend more money. They can't save any money for not having school for three months. That is my understanding. I think you know this is something. They were debating back and forth for for a very long time About what exactly. That's GonNa look like I don't think the district has put out or approved a final plan for the fall yet But we do know you know right now. They are face a hang a their position their balanced so to speak what their their checkbook looks like. They're five hundred fifteen million dollars in the red Yeah that's not including the pension liability. That's not even talking about their operating funds which three years from now is looking at a north of three hundred million dollar deficit as well So this is really significant and and This money is this issue is not going to go away. This is why board in two thousand thirteen use some of those tools that act ten gave it to try and address some of these issues You know so I think this is something that's not going to go away. There's a lot of concern about this. And Wow they were you know paying lip-service I suppose to all of the financial issues. They went ahead and continued rates expanding and ultimately unanimously passed the budget that spends more than it says last year That establishes a fifteen dollars an hour minimum wage starting in January and a whole host of other things including the first of that almost ninety million dollar referenda Voters approved and now as it turns out more than twenty five million dollars of that is going to salary increases. That were approved last year before the referendum was even Kurt. So ninety million dollars I mean honestly Milwaukee you deserve this because you voted in a ninety million dollar referendum for the for the most irresponsible governance of an education system in probably in the country. It least though in Wisconsin for as long as anybody can reasonably remember and they sliced off twenty five million dollars of that for salary increases. And it's not enough. It's not enough Ola. Because we're talking about when you add five hundred and fifteen million with three hundred million dollars. That's three quarters of a billion dollars. That's just going to stuff for right now. Plus on top of that almost two billion dollars unfunded pension liabilities. I mean there isn't a referendum that is going to cover this and yet but hey you guys in Milwaukee you you think eighteen percent proficiency is acceptable. What can we do about that? They're not much we can do about that Ola. There's not much you know I'm kind of it's it's meetings like these and especially after you spend a couple of days I have going through these audit reports and seeing how bad their fiscal picture has gotten especially over the last few years It's astonishing really and let's not forget as well that they increased their their dollar commitment to the black lives matter Political program that has been funded for the past couple of years to believe the amount was a little bit north of six hundred thousand dollars. So there's all kinds of very important things that the Milwaukee School district is prioritizing. That have absolutely nothing to do with improving these pathetic performance scores on standardized testing in the in the school district. Well thanks for coming on the program. I appreciate all you can do is tell people and if they want to go to the polls and approve more dollars and they're comfortable with the idea that their kids are functionally illiterate much. Anybody can do about that. Thanks for coming on the show Ola. Thank you for having me to have you. All I can conclude. Is that the citizens of Milwaukee. Don't give a blink. You don't care that your kids are stupid. You don't care that your kids are basically breathing in and out. And you have paid an enormous amount of money for the teachers and the school staff and the indoctrination to do not to do very little more than make sure your kids are in fact breathing in and out because they're not mastering English not mastering math not mastering science. So yeah and you're rewarding it. You are rewarding. This you love failure. You follow and failure. It's absolutely amazing to me. Why do people stay in cities? I don't know because it seems like once you've been there for a while you get afflicted with the idiocy virus. Yes everything is worse. And we're paying more for it so more of that. It's true in Milwaukee. It's true in Madison. It's true in just about every city that has a significant number of people in it. I'll take a quick break and be right back on the back here. Yeah his was talking about millions of dollars at the Milwaukee. School.

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"mps" Discussed on Vicki McKenna

Vicki McKenna

04:21 min | 1 year ago

"mps" Discussed on Vicki McKenna

"Deficit as well so this is really significant and and This money is this issue is not going to go away. This is why board in two thousand thirteen use. Some of those tools that act ten gave it to try and address. Some of these issues You know so I think this is something that's not going to go away. There's a lot of concern about this and wow, they were you know paying lip-service I suppose to all of the financial issues. They went ahead and continued rates expanding, and ultimately unanimously passed the budget that spends more than it says last year that establishes a fifteen dollars an hour, minimum wage, starting in January and a whole host of other things, including the first of that almost ninety million dollar referenda. Voters approved, and now as it turns out more than twenty five million dollars of that is going to salary increases that were approved last year before the referendum was even Kurt. So ninety million dollars I mean honestly Milwaukee. You deserve this because you voted in a ninety million dollar referendum for the for the most irresponsible governance of an education system in probably in the country, it least though in Wisconsin for as long as anybody can reasonably remember, and they sliced off twenty five million. Million dollars of that for salary increases, and it's not enough. It's not enough Ola because we're talking about when you add five hundred and fifteen million with three hundred million dollars. That's three quarters of a billion dollars. That's just going to stop for right now, plus on top of that almost two billion dollars unfunded pension liabilities I mean there isn't a referendum that is going to cover this and yet, but hey, you guys in Milwaukee you, you think eighteen percent proficiency is acceptable. What can we do about that? They're not much. We can do about that Ola. There's not much you know I'm kind of it's. It's meetings like these, and especially after you spend a couple of days, I have going through these audit reports and seeing how bad their fiscal picture has gotten especially over the last few years it's astonishing really, and let's not forget as well that they increased their their dollar commitment to the black lives matter political program that has been funded for the past couple of years to believe the amount was a little. Little Bit north of six hundred thousand dollars, so there's all kinds of very important things that the Milwaukee School. District is prioritizing. That have absolutely nothing to do with improving these pathetic performance scores on standardized testing in the in the school district. Well, thanks for coming on the program I appreciate. All you can do is tell people, and if they want to go to the polls and approve more dollars, and they're comfortable with the idea that their kids are functionally illiterate. Not Much anybody can do about that. Thanks for coming on the show Ola. Thank you for having me to have you? All I can conclude is that the citizens of Milwaukee don't give a blink. You don't care that your kids are stupid. You don't care that your kids are basically breathing in and out, and you have paid an enormous amount of money for the teachers and the school staff and the indoctrination to do not to do very little more than make sure your kids are in fact, breathing in and out. Because, they're not mastering English. Not Mastering Math, not mastering science. So. Yeah. And you're rewarding it. You are rewarding this. You love failure. You follow and failure. It's absolutely amazing to me. Why do people stay in cities I? Don't know because it seems like once. You've been there for a while. You get afflicted with the idiocy virus. Yes, everything is worse and we're paying more for it so. More of that. It's true in Milwaukee, it's true in Madison it's true in just about every city that has a significant number of people in it I'll take a quick break and be right back. On the back. Here yeah. His was talking about millions of dollars at the Milwaukee. School.

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"mps" Discussed on Vicki McKenna

Vicki McKenna

07:49 min | 1 year ago

"mps" Discussed on Vicki McKenna

"Ahead. For those of you joining me after the three o'clock hour. In. Madison We'll talk about the assault on the churches by Dane County. We'll talk about what's going on in Minneapolis and how that has apparently just organically spread across the Midwest, but I. Ski macgyver Institute is on the program with me to talk about the Milwaukee School. System Milwaukee School, system. Is broke the Milwaukee. School system is operating in a deficit I'm looking at the numbers that you have posted in your latest piece, so. This current fiscal year sees the district's total balance sheet, a five hundred fifteen million dollar half a billion dollar loss. When you project it out to twenty twenty four, you can add another three hundred four million dollars, and then if you take a look at the unfunded pension liabilities, you're talking about a billion dollars, so that's a lot of money to be in the whole and yet. Apparently, it's just a whole. The Milwaukee Public School system would like to continue to dig. That is absolutely true. Vicki Yup, what we're seeing here yet again as the NPS sport just refusing to face any sort of fiscal realities. So. What's going on here? I mean they're piling more dollars on two on the pensions. They want to make easier to retire younger. And they want greater contributions to the pensions. Act Ten says that we're going to go back to the old Wisconsin State Law that never changed by the way this is just saying we're going to follow the law. You employees have to make a fifty percent contribution for your pension. That's not the fifty percent of the album fifty percent of the investment we, the government will make the other fifty percent, and that seems rational because it was taking away the employees contribution that got pension so far out of whack so. Is this like some kind of screed kind of fiscal screed against at ten? You know I don't know specifically how it interacts with Han, just knowing how how expansive that law was. What I do know was that when Acton was put into place one of the things that really saved a lot of districts including of Yes for a time was it gave districts the ability to? Change up their contracts and their plans for retirement pension, all of these sorts of benefits in ways that they didn't have the freedom to do book for because everything was put at the collective bargaining table, and so, what was forwarded by one of the Committees for the full board to vote on last night was the plan That was let NPS empl employees who are hired before June thirtieth of two thousand thirteen. It would let them retire h fifty five. Five if they have worked at the district for fifteen years, and they have saved at least seventy percent of their sick leave balance so ultimately what? The board actually approved very late last night, they we just published a story on this I believe in the last fifteen minutes actually The district went a slightly cheaper route, not by much because this will feel at about eight million dollars overall bringing the unfunded pension liability to close to a billion dollars. the one thing, but the board changed from the original recommendations that I had my story yesterday was that they are requiring employees serve at the district for at least twenty years in order to get this kind of benefit. So twenty years full pension. and. You can retire I. Mean You have to be fifty five, or can you work years and be and be forty five? It's it. You need to have all three of those things, so it'll be eight at age fifty five. If you have worked there for at least twenty years and banked at least seventy percent of your sick leave ten months old, I wanNA. What's the return on investment for the Milwaukee Pensions Right now? Not to cover billion dollars. So so that is important to the educational outcome Y. Well you know what we are told apparently is, but this is a promise that needs to fulfilled not only to the NPS, teachers the NPS employees as a whole You know they're still pushing this idea that if we focused on retention focus on upping those benefits for every employee that somehow magically that will improve our academic capabilities for students, as as you know as we were just talking about NPS has long struggled with their chief met right now. They're sitting sixteen percent proficiency for math. In the last year, about eighteen and a half proficiency percents proficiency for English Language Arts with extraordinary discrepancies between racial ethnic groups. So yet again, what we're seeing is NPS is choosing to. Prioritize really it's it's unions and those bargaining groups over the types of academic. Focus that we really in right right right? That's exactly the problem. So for sixteen percent proficiency math, eighteen percent proficiency in English for about ten percent proficiency for black kids in English about eight eight and a half percent proficiency for black kids in math. The city of Milwaukee taxpayers ought to be footing the bill to the tune of a greater than one billion dollar deficit for a school system. That wasn't even an operation for the last three months of the school year. Yeah. You know news really. No savings from that from from kids, not being in the schools. Sure sure, of course not, and you know one of the things we've been talking about. And this was a heated topic of discussion. Last night was how much money the district is going to have to spend in terms of preparation. Four going back to the fall weather, we're GONNA need to still be social distancing very very contentious issue. They're thinking. They're going to have to spend. You know somewhere in the millions of dollars on things like peaky e. No honestly so they need to spend more money. Because they they didn't have school for three months, so they need to spend more money. They can't save any money for not having school for three months. That is my understanding. I think you know this is something. They were debating back and forth for for a very long time. about what exactly that's GonNa look like. The district has put out or approved a final plan for the fall yet but we do know you know right now. They are face a hang a their position. Their balanced so to speak what their their checkbook looks like. They're five hundred fifteen million dollars in the red Yeah, that's not including the pension liability. That's not even talking about their operating funds, which three years from now is looking at a north of three hundred million dollar deficit as well so this is really significant and and This money is this issue is not going to go away. This is why board in two thousand thirteen use. Some of those tools that act ten gave it to try and address. Some of these issues You know so I think this is something that's not going.

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"mps" Discussed on Vicki McKenna

Vicki McKenna

05:13 min | 1 year ago

"mps" Discussed on Vicki McKenna

"With me, right now is senator. Ron Johnson Senator Johnson. It's a Friday and. Couldn't have come at a better time. Nice to have you on the show. Are you in a half full mood or a half empty mood today? I'm feeling good. You sound pretty good spirits to I'm a little fired up I'm a little fired up so I don't mind to be fired up on a Friday. That's okay. A whole bunch of crazy stuff is going on here here in Wisconsin, but there's also a lot of crazy stuff going on where you work, so let's go there, shall we? I have been paying attention to your attempt. To, get subpoenas issued on the people who were the principles behind the the bloodless coup attempted on the trump administration so crossfire hurricane the unmasking of General Flynn. Is the goal of this to see how deep that rabbit hole goes or is the goal to see how far up the ladder a goes. I would say both mean the goal reveal complete truth. What happened? said. This repeatedly America's is renowned for a peaceful transition, a cooperative transition between one presidential ministration to the next, and what we are witnessing were putting the the piece of the puzzle together he, showing a complete corruption of that process designed to advertise this administration, so it started before the election. on through the transition, and then with the individuals were seated trump administration, it continued on into President Trump's administration classic example within two weeks, president trump had to conversations with two world leaders. Australian Prime Minister and the President of Mexico leaked to me. The stuff is on, Preston. We are committee. Did it a report one hundred twenty five leaks in the first honey twenty six days now we're we're talking about significantly sixty two of these according to Obama Administration's definition of a leaked it affected national security Matt Compares to eight under the Obama Administration nine hundred the Bush administration, so there's a there's explosively, and of course we know these were all leaks designed to. Sabotage Administration and Start this narrative. Of. Russian interfering to the benefit of the trump campaign, and then that solely morphed into trump campaign colluded with Russia. We all know it's a hoax. We all the FBI news, a hoax, but by at least by at least the end of January net. They continued on Komi set up the process of appointing Robert Muller for his. Eighteen to twenty two months, special counsel investigation, forty million dollars, and literally across Kyushu crisis on a low simmered for the first few years. The trump administration. This is outrageous and the American people need to know the complete truth of what happened..

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"mps" Discussed on Coffee House Shots

Coffee House Shots

05:39 min | 1 year ago

"mps" Discussed on Coffee House Shots

"Ready to go government? Ideally would be launching this alongside the much our mobile phone APP because automating huge amounts of a contact tracing. It makes things a lot easier a lot quicker but the the APP isn't ready and we still we still haven't i. Don't think crazy me when I wrong but I still mean. We have a release date for this APP when people outside the white are going to be able to download put on their phones this is obviously the UK solution for getting out of it. Hope is that it will allow it not to have to resort. Draw sledgehammer option of the national lockdown in future. But instead they'll be able to say right. This particular suburb has a problem. So we're going to start closing down. Schools non essential retail there and knocking people down. And so you. Basically you limit the economic pain to the country. Because it's all is one particular place that is lockdown raw in the whole of the UK on that we don't have a specific day. I have to say when you mentioned the phone. Active some figures in government. You get people getting quite defensive. But I think that one's things I have had a few times star when fixing government trying to explain why there was not going to lean apple company. This is that the apposite ever essential when it comes to you and the system of testing trace in a way. I think they want to suggest it was the cherry on the cake icing on the cake but I think another thing though which has come back and it goes back to what something that came up at liaison committee say Boris Johnson was asked in various ways alternate. How do you get the public to go along with test and trace because ultimately we're entering a situation where you could get a cool and we told you need to south isolate for two weeks and people really going to do that? Might be in the shop and use little someone and someone says you now have to stay indoors for two weeks. Some on the committee were trying to. That's Dominic Cummings suggestion. That would make it even harder. But when you looking specifically at test and trace in the program when the things that they found from white study and and other research they're doing is people that much more likely according to their research to listen to instruction to stay at home for two weeks if they have someone on the phone telling them then if an a message an APP is also interesting that the on Katie's to the moral forty point that it's also going to be the. Nhs wants us to stay at home. They clearly think that that is we more affecting people to follow the advice. And saying the government or your local authority instructs you to say that it's GonNa be the. Nhs wants you to stay. We also marched on suppressed by Jeremy Hunt. On on the time it takes for test to come back I think was making the point. That should be forced is forty thousand. A moment should probably down to twenty four hours. How much do you think is linked to the test and trace program being successful? Obviously the longer you have to wait for the test results for less effective. It's GonNa be because the longer isn't and you can tell you can say right. That person has definitely got ours. We need track down where people that they'd been in contact with more than fifteen minutes. At a distance of less than two minutes. The part I was quite interesting that you can see abortions and almost missed going to need some. Yeah there's a talkative getting dance. Twenty four hours. Lemon Jeremy Hunt pressed for what the deadline of meeting that target was. Boris Johnson said. Oh no no I'm not. I'm not anymore deadlines on targets. I've been told not to do that. I mean you can you can you can tell over. His gums. Aim Not certain of when they will be able to hit that target. Katie we also the promise to get into maybe a slightly tough situation with Caroline nokes about the representation of women incidences of in terms of the movement. How do you think you manage that? Yes I think. This is where the premise and looked fairly uncomfortable. A it was a slight the funniest aspect to begin with because Caroline nokes Bros Johnson have history in the sense that she is one of the. Mp's he withdrew the whip from over brexit. And so I think there's little love lost there and then you had Carolina expressing the prime minister on a few different questions relating to gender initiative. He seemed to not quite have the answer to the first question. But I think the point when he the most uncomfortable really trying to think Kathleen about his words was when she went back to previous comments about having enough women in cabinet but you can have more and tried to get him to define how many women was enough at which point he seemed to try and backtrack and Jacob and then that creature a slightly awkward situation. Because everyone's agenda is actually very important. You shouldn't be laughing and I as far as we can tell. The promised was ended. The exchange by seven caroline next that she had the potential to be the that female prime minister the case had and so she quite go the answer. She wanted but she did get us something of a pep talk way to the committee. Thank you Katie. Thank you James. And thank you for Listening.

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"mps" Discussed on Coffee House Shots

Coffee House Shots

08:00 min | 1 year ago

"mps" Discussed on Coffee House Shots

"Hios Stephen wondering date while the other typical for universal creditable Olga abundance Any because they have no recourse to public funds. That's the condition attached to that leave to remain for years that children would be going in the UK but because of the ten year period a Reports of the a they can get no help or cold weather they were. They actually wrong. The couple on the other from but applies to anyone from as that they come get followed overstated zero. Look I'M GONNA I'M GONNA have to come back to on that Steve because it a team that you know people who worked hard for this country Shoot have a supported one kind or another but to you've raised a very very important point equals the condition of any tremendous that coast underfunded. I I will find out how many there are in inactivation and we'll see what we can do as I wasn't much. Do you think having women in the room when decisions are being made actually changes the nature of those decisions. I'm thinking I think you make a huge difference. Huge difference at May I may sound like is in principle prime minister you make the distinction between there being a lot of women women. How many is enough? Boy is a deeply. That's that's a question on which I know. Competent prononce is in all fifty percent jerking matter. James Sells Office. I think it's fair to say quite a few of the sly committee has were were probably hoping to catch the prime minister out when it came to the dumbing trip. Do you think they managed to in this session? Serving before recession started portions. Were most worried about the coming questions on Cummings. They feared the something that would keep the story moving for another day. The stories obviously doing damage to government. You just need to look at the opinion polls to see that I think in the end bats action wasn't actually particularly damaging for Johnson beanpole because several of the MP's questioning comes particularly. Pete were shot chose to give long speeches rather than asking questions make Hillier virtual cancer GSA shaw question. Basically asking if portions and seen the kind of evidence on his telephone that Boris Johnson the Dominic Cummings referred to in his Monday. That showed way he was during his time in. Dharma Abortions said. He had make you live and said well. Are you going to show up to a cabinet? Sex ENDORSEMENT OF CABINET SECRETARY has his hands full with this crisis at the moment. But that was the only question. I think really competent abortions and Dominic Cummings but then later in the session. Boris Johnson had some difficulties. Been the as Quincy is a whole section for punishment because you've got people like jazz baffled experts in the field asking about anything but there was a ralph surprising moment when Boris Johnson didn't seem to know about this government policy of no cost public funds. Which is that people are allowed to say the UK but they are not allowed to call on the UK welfare system. And I think it's quite clear if not from sessions today that portions and didn't know that was the case he kept asking Stephen Timms. Awesome out. This why these considerations applying for credit and I think it's fair to say that portions reaction to being told that they weren't allowed to suggest that there is probably going to be Utah coming on this fairly soon and Katie on on that point on their change the welfare system decent down a bit to lack of preparation from the prime minister. Yup Potentially I think sometimes when you say things so many times they begin to scientific like a cliche but is the case that Boris Johnson seemed to have a weakness when it comes to details. It's why at prime minister's questions against his Stammer Boris Trump's allies particularly worried and events. And why he seems to struggle and because you have someone who is into those details so having lengthy session before liaison committee I think does expose it in the sense that you have very laser focused to quite a long period of time on questions in lots of different things that second. I think it can expose lack of grosman things so I think they've ever cousteau. Public funds was caught. Probably the most surprising moment of the committee of parents think that raised my eyebrows. I think there are other fee things where it felt as though the Prime Minister. I think there are points when he said he would come back to people and actually think even though that's just a he didn't have all the information. I think that was understand that the to a degree I think when it was clearly. He just didn't seem to know anything. Ariel who he had a misunderstanding of it that it was particularly striking of what was interesting to abortions publicly in the Senate and I got in the Housing Moses publicly rather than privately or off the record but the UK hadn't learned the lessons of Sauce Mars and that was one of the reasons why it happened so ill prepared Kobe. Nineteen and a national town pandemic plan that was designed to deal with through wrong with ANNA SAWS. Stalled disease you also see though. Is this going to reckon? Willingness To admit area is quite limited because humor men asked a question Travel Toronto quits. He asked a question it was going to does follow logically. Which is if it was wrong to introduce Corentin in February before community transmission start in the UK. Why is it right in cheese quarantine next month when the UK hopes that community transmission? Here will stop the. It's hard to see how the policy would have been Roman February but right from jean-yves Bertelsmann still trump limit to different situations. And that it wouldn't have been the right thing to impose quarantine in February when the federal government has to impose quarantine from jean-yves suggested it would have been the right thing in February and I think this team is going to become a problem for the government. They're all lots of who are unhappy about it. You see it is intellectually consistent. Worry that it will retire economic recovery but it will particularly hurt the tourism sector and they also think that voters won't like it as the summer goes on people won't be able to go to someone way. More Guaranteed Sunshine van. A person has even in the summer homes and the people will wonder why Ben Allowed to fly to a country like Greece has very few grown of ours cases and then comeback the UK without having to voice late for two weeks after something essentially makes a short summer holiday impossible and Casey without a policy and in more general. Do you think sort of the having having itself in slightly by refusing to a to mistakes like that I think potentially I think that ultimately we all still expecting it to be an eventual public inquiry. I think the government is getting more prepared to say. Oh we've done things differently and it was interesting slightly going back to the issue of dominate. Cummings when he gave his impassable press conference on Bank Holiday Monday. You had done it coming looking at high he. He thought he had made mistakes in the past government and too your Fangs Pacific. Et virus response. I think we're going to get more of this from the government in the coming months as things go on but there are some areas where I think particularly when they're enforcing policy still and they don't want to admit things we've also seen today James that the government is going to begin. Its test and tracing program tomorrow. Did you get the sense from the in committee that that is going to be running at full capacity at the moment and everything is sort of is.

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"mps" Discussed on Coffee House Shots

Coffee House Shots

01:47 min | 1 year ago

"mps" Discussed on Coffee House Shots

"A range of topics including his number ten advisors dominate. Cummings is trip to Durham during lockdown. Here are a few highlights of the session. I'm asking specifically about your advice to parents who have coded the reason that you are not getting the reason you duck at the reason you try to. I'm not talking actually jog. I've just I've agreed visual with your attitude across the country even though it name them having to go into a hospital somewhere else when I may see further infections. Do you want them to do that or do you want them to stay put when they don't have local child? Cac around courtroom parents. I think you've got to look at each individual case and particularly since is that my visor explained. I think what Jenny Harry's was trying to say. Was that whether our sexual difficulties people needed to take a condom and and Other than that. I didn't even know what I can. Add. Here'S THE PROBLEM. Reason you're ducking. This is because the reason you're not giving people a straight answer because you're trying to protect on Cummings. The new sent long minutes out to safe things an unclear. Things is because you trying not to incriminate dominic. Cummings and you don't want to apologize. Full him the problem. Is that means you could hang. You'll political concerns ahead. Clear public health messages to parents who have corona virus federal justice owner dusk a Costa. A couple in my constituency at both were by two children from them. Toyota didn't put him on the job. Protection Schemes I E has zero income is still working. Her income is less.

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"mps" Discussed on Monocle 24: The Monocle Arts Review

Monocle 24: The Monocle Arts Review

01:42 min | 4 years ago

"mps" Discussed on Monocle 24: The Monocle Arts Review

"Mps representative also people elected parliamentarians who believe that remain as the right singh who very much are persuaded that brexit's is that there is an catastrophic for the country and they'll destroys or will have very bad effects and old say the majority is four remain you still are in a situation where they will not fight for remain they will not push it through and still we have a government that will push through an increasingly heartbreaks it what's wears ignore crecy in that the any we only have this very each of these advisory referendum wear be increasingly wonder what people really bondage an raided four because that is a problem this every referendum you never quite know what they tend to really false behind vote and the strong part of eight walls releases far overdone austerity politics sats just brought sneak vaguest as enemies we are so mountaintop of esa badly off in if there is a warning against age will be of it it it will it become catastrophic if he vefa breaks it said well it already has got the straw fix a what wh how i had wanted whereas we we've we've got a couple of minutes left arm i know that you were you were caught struck by something into sh biko yes actually the speaker wolfgang equity that is that is a great example i think radio fault suppressor d a talking about major issues that concern our own alert well our western world a house this week or actually the week that that just as easy dishes that just.

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