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From 'beautiful' to 'disgraceful': World reacts to US mob

AP News Radio

00:41 sec | 7 months ago

From 'beautiful' to 'disgraceful': World reacts to US mob

"Several countries to both allies and antagonists of America have issued travel warnings to their citizens Australians are urged to avoid U. S. protests the following what promises Scott Morrison describes as rather disturbing scenes in the U. S. Malcolm Turnbull who's a strain in prime minister when trump came to office and was replaced by Morrison in two thousand and eighteen was much stronger in his condemnation describing trump as a narcissistic bully who's only interested in his own power other friendly countries it was simply shocked at what they described as an attack on American democracy Britain's prime minister Boris Johnson tweeted disgraceful scenes in US Congress I'm very a shockingly

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Three Weeks Until Britain Leaves The EU And What Needs To Happen

Monocle 24: The Briefing

07:36 min | 8 months ago

Three Weeks Until Britain Leaves The EU And What Needs To Happen

"At the very real risk of causing listeners to drop abruptly dead with boredom and irritation brexit apparently down to the wire in the loss ditch behind the last chance saloon not the eleventh hour with the clock ticking deafeningly etc ad infinitum three weeks from now the uk will have exited the transition period and be entirely out of the eu. But we still don't know on what if any terms it is said that absolutely everything must definitely be sorted out for certain by sunday but we have heard this once or twice or several dozen times before. I'm joined with more on this bilateral price former director of communications at ten downing street Let's first of all to the field of political communications. Boris johnson as we heard the top of the show says a strong possibility of no deal. Is he lowering expectations before coming home. Brandishing some sort of bogus triumph. Or is he actually lowering expectations. Well is definitely a lowering expectations of there being a deal. So that will all talk about how often it would be if there's no deal and he can then Wave flag come whatever day. It is won't be sunday but whatever it is and say actually. We clinched victory from the jaws defeat. We gotta deal. Is this brilliant. And it's nothing like as bad as you will vote. Who's going to be will still be dreadful. It'll still be a very bad prospect for the united kingdom in all sorts of ways but nothing like as bad as the no deal what he likes to pretend is in australia which it is and which would be absolutely catastrophic. Ns malcolm turnbull. The film started. Prime minister was saying on the television last night. Even australia doesn't like the australian deal. Are we then looking at a classic from the populist playbook then you create crisis pretend to have solved crisis and then claim credit. Pretty much You you you create barriers to deal which he certainly been doing and has been doing that all the way through. And but at the end of the day if true to form which is what did over the withdrawal agreement which put us into position the at the moment during this kind of interim period just as he did then he caved at the last minute maid not massive concessions to the other countries of the european union in order to get that withdrawal agreement over the line and unless he's prepared to take not only the the huge economic hit to the uk economy but also the massive political hit to his own authority as a result failing to secure a deal and this is prepared to accept all of that that. I still think he's gonna come back with the deal. What do you make all of australia style. Though as an example of political salesmanship of main speaking as destroyed on trying to take it as a compliment but does boris. Johnson assumed that there's some sort of subliminal association between australia and sunshine and vast skies and amusing hoping animals. Yeah i think pretty much the he is. Because of course you could describe it as i said on your program and down to go as the nepalese deal although zimbabwean deal or whatever any other country that only operates under world trade organization rules. He calls it australian australian style deal. So people will think austrailia right. You know we have been there. We we certainly know that the country seems to get along. Fine service okay for them. It might be okay for us completely ignoring the fact that we are totally different economy with a totally different level of penetration to the european market and as mentioned a few minutes ago even the australians. Like what he calls in australia and deal. That said might there be part of boris johnson. Thinking i mean alive though he may be to the potentially dire consequences of no deal. If he's thinking about this brutally politically he owes his position certainly owes his majority substantially to that base voters. Who really won't be happy until we've up the channel tunnel and who would regard any deal as some sort of betrayal and might he be thinking of them and also thinking that the people who wanna deal aren't the kind of people who are going to vote for him anyway. well hostile. He isn't he of those people which is why he's seeking right way to the very very bitter end which were not yet is trying to persuade those people that he is the biggest brexit in the room he will out brexit any of them. He'll be absolutely fervent in his determination to stand up for produce suffering j. and stick tiffany's is up to the european union and just as they would like him to do so that he minimizes the scale factor from them. Come the deal when it does come over. They'll still be a bit of squealing and effectively. Sort of makes them impotent. They can't do anything about it because they were at a time to think about it. They'll be absolutely no possibility of reworking. The deal that he comes forward with and so he's he's got an eye to them the whole time but he's also got an eye to the public as a whole. They are a minority within a minority. The real hard line. Brexit is of kind of ra minority within a minority. He's going to have to fly to general election sometime what he's going to need to show that he's kept the union together. I mean it would be a massive threat to the union whether to breed no deal the union with scotland and the rest of the united kingdom. And he's got to show that his government is competent and capable of delivery on but it says it will deliver. He said he would deliver a deal. It would be a gift to the labor opposition and secure stom- if he fails to do so and all the consequences of no deal all the economic consequences that we've talked about so many times in board our listeners to death with over over past months and years would be at his door. I just simply don't think that that political risk is worth taking in order to be the hero of a bunch of people. Who frankly i'm going to go you did intimate earlier in this conversation. However that you didn't think they would be a deal by sunday so if not by sunday then by win because december thirty first is not far away yet. Well it did it start. It does have to be by december thirty first if that is the absolute deadline that you can't you can't calendar december thirty first comes off after sympathetic and comes before january first and that's just a fact but it doesn't have to be by sunday even if you look at for stunts on the sediment alert delay. Who said that. They say that by sunday. They need to know whether it's possible to get a deal not to actually have the deal now if you may remember the back in july. That was the deadline. When boris johnson said we had to know whether it was possible to get a deal. And if you wanted no deal then we could all be ready for business could be ready for it. We could have got along that path if that was the party wanted. All of that says to me that that isn't the party wants. So when does it have to come. It has to come by the last week. In december the european parliament think has indicated that they would be prepared to sit between christmas and the new year as they have to ratify ahead of time british. Mp's could be cooled back to the house of commons screaming In order to do the same. So and the absolute deadline. It's literally you know days before the end of the year loans prize. Thank you as always. We will doubtless have more from you on that subject. In coming days and weeks

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"malcolm turnbull" Discussed on Risky Business

Risky Business

05:42 min | 10 months ago

"malcolm turnbull" Discussed on Risky Business

"Interview I started off by asking Malcolm Turnbull. . Why he's so interested in Cyber Security and here's what he had to say. . Well, , it was clearly it's clearly the challenges of his sleigh very real a I guess the question is, , why was I personally interested in it? ? Well, , I've always had a big interest in. . Networks computing I'm not a you know. . On. . Climb to have any technical skills. . But I ask a lot of questions and try to understand things pretty well, , and I've got a conceptual understanding of the challenges facing. . I. . Took the view that we needed to become. . Much, much , more alert to cybersecurity challenge I wanted to get Assad is security industry going strike on that was said there was a hall innovation agenda The behind the cybersecurity strategy of twenty six. . But. . I also wanted to reach out and Mike show the public understood the issue and that business understood the issue because you know it's the point that Rob Joyce might to you in your Hud cast with him. . You know the dies win signals. Intelligence . organizations could regard the job as being limited only to government is really I've I mean everybody everybody is site connected the attack victis <hes> ubiquitous, , right? ? So you've gotta Mike or that everybody. . Is maintaining a high level of cybersecurity awareness. . My concern was and I think snowden was a very good example of this is a lot of senior leadership even in an organization like the Ns cy would clearly not sufficiently aware. . Of who had a systems? ? Administrator acts level access where data was actually stored <hes>. . You know where it was mirrored <unk> probably more relevantly. . So there's a there's just it just needed to get a lot more. . Level of awareness you know there's a lot of. . and. . I would still be there today but you know I remember five or six or seven years ago you know <hes> just reflecting on how many lodge industrial businesses some in the tech. . Telecom. . Tech area. . Others. . Grittier. . Industrial, businesses. , . Would have a lot of machines connected one way or another to the Internet where the user ID was Admin in the password was one, , two, , three, , four, , zero. . I think I think sadly, , we are still somewhat in the same place like things are improving, , but it's it's a shocker and you're right people didn't necessarily aware that things were quite as bad as they were Nah, , and so I think that so so that's that's why I wanted to take it on and I had got I've learned a lot about network security from paypal the ISD over the years and also <hes> from Mike Galvin you're not who I think I mentioned in the in my book in the chapter on the NBN mock was a the guy that had been in charge of the security <hes> bought had was had been at that time is like twenty thirteen was in charge of the rollout of the broadband, , they fixed line. . were, , which doing you know as as we ended up doing <hes> multi technology program I didn't use didn't use. . I see as far as me but they were certainly doing a lot of fob at the. . <hes> and so I spent a lot of time with mark understanding the. . The characteristics of that top of network and the various risks and y you can mitigate. . while. . I'm very glad you brought that up because you describe in your book that that Mike had had sort of. . He had you convinced that it was a risk strategy to use high risk? ? Vendors at the edge of the NBA now, , of course, , your. . Not, , in government at this point and the Labor government, , the then Labor government had announced that it would Ben- Hawaii from participating. . In, , the NBA role that was a decision at the time that you disagreed with. . Yeah. . Well I. . I was satisfied that you could mitigate the. . <hes>, , you could mitigate the risk if you'll. . If the a participation of the highest vendor participation wow is not the only highest van Doren China's <unk> provider of. . I've heard you mentioned Israel. . is another potentially homeless country in view? Yeah. ? . It has. . Yeah and so you the if you limit that they kit to the edge in the end being in the context of. . F. T. T. N. network really the multi-service. . Service exit. . Slides. . The you know the on the streets you know that connecting to the last mile or more likely last couple of hundred meters, , COUPLA? ? The conclusion that bt had walls that they could manage that and the and so and look it. . It's not it's not without risk you're not. . Just a question of trading off against the the obvious savings because of the mole vendors you get into the mix, the , better price you'll get, , it may be that you ended up buying mostly European or American boxes but <HES>, , if they. . Enough, though , some competition, you , probably get them at a better price so that coal edge distinction was really central. . To everything that was being done in terms

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Interview with Former Australian Prime Minister Malcolm Turnbull

Risky Business

05:42 min | 10 months ago

Interview with Former Australian Prime Minister Malcolm Turnbull

"Interview I started off by asking Malcolm Turnbull. Why he's so interested in Cyber Security and here's what he had to say. Well, it was clearly it's clearly the challenges of his sleigh very real a I guess the question is, why was I personally interested in it? Well, I've always had a big interest in. Networks computing I'm not a you know. On. Climb to have any technical skills. But I ask a lot of questions and try to understand things pretty well, and I've got a conceptual understanding of the challenges facing. I. Took the view that we needed to become. Much, much more alert to cybersecurity challenge I wanted to get Assad is security industry going strike on that was said there was a hall innovation agenda The behind the cybersecurity strategy of twenty six. But. I also wanted to reach out and Mike show the public understood the issue and that business understood the issue because you know it's the point that Rob Joyce might to you in your Hud cast with him. You know the dies win signals. Intelligence organizations could regard the job as being limited only to government is really I've I mean everybody everybody is site connected the attack victis ubiquitous, right? So you've gotta Mike or that everybody. Is maintaining a high level of cybersecurity awareness. My concern was and I think snowden was a very good example of this is a lot of senior leadership even in an organization like the Ns cy would clearly not sufficiently aware. Of who had a systems? Administrator acts level access where data was actually stored You know where it was mirrored probably more relevantly. So there's a there's just it just needed to get a lot more. Level of awareness you know there's a lot of. and. I would still be there today but you know I remember five or six or seven years ago you know just reflecting on how many lodge industrial businesses some in the tech. Telecom. Tech area. Others. Grittier. Industrial, businesses. Would have a lot of machines connected one way or another to the Internet where the user ID was Admin in the password was one, two, three, four, zero. I think I think sadly, we are still somewhat in the same place like things are improving, but it's it's a shocker and you're right people didn't necessarily aware that things were quite as bad as they were Nah, and so I think that so so that's that's why I wanted to take it on and I had got I've learned a lot about network security from paypal the ISD over the years and also from Mike Galvin you're not who I think I mentioned in the in my book in the chapter on the NBN mock was a the guy that had been in charge of the security bought had was had been at that time is like twenty thirteen was in charge of the rollout of the broadband, they fixed line. were, which doing you know as as we ended up doing multi technology program I didn't use didn't use. I see as far as me but they were certainly doing a lot of fob at the. and so I spent a lot of time with mark understanding the. The characteristics of that top of network and the various risks and y you can mitigate. while. I'm very glad you brought that up because you describe in your book that that Mike had had sort of. He had you convinced that it was a risk strategy to use high risk? Vendors at the edge of the NBA now, of course, your. Not, in government at this point and the Labor government, the then Labor government had announced that it would Ben- Hawaii from participating. In, the NBA role that was a decision at the time that you disagreed with. Yeah. Well I. I was satisfied that you could mitigate the. you could mitigate the risk if you'll. If the a participation of the highest vendor participation wow is not the only highest van Doren China's provider of. I've heard you mentioned Israel. is another potentially homeless country in view? Yeah. It has. Yeah and so you the if you limit that they kit to the edge in the end being in the context of. F. T. T. N. network really the multi-service. Service exit. Slides. The you know the on the streets you know that connecting to the last mile or more likely last couple of hundred meters, COUPLA? The conclusion that bt had walls that they could manage that and the and so and look it. It's not it's not without risk you're not. Just a question of trading off against the the obvious savings because of the mole vendors you get into the mix, the better price you'll get, it may be that you ended up buying mostly European or American boxes but if they. Enough, though some competition, you probably get them at a better price so that coal edge distinction was really central. To everything that was being done in terms

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March Madness: The Sandpaper Scandal

Sports Criminals

03:38 min | 1 year ago

March Madness: The Sandpaper Scandal

"March twenty fourth. Two thousand eighteen is now one of the most infamous days in the history of Cricket. But it wasn't because of an incredible player controversial officiating it's because somebody committed a be most brazen acts of cheating the sport had ever seen and it was all caught on camera. Welcome to sports criminals of our cast. Original this is the twenty ninth episode in our March Madness. Special this month were counting down the top thirty one sports scandals from nineteen ninety. Two Thousand Twenty. I'm Carter Roy and I'm Tim Johnson and today's episode. We're going back to two thousand eighteen and a scandal known as sandpaper gate in rocked. The cricket world in shock fans and pundits alike when you see images of white-clad gentlemen playing cricket. It's hard to imagine. Any of them are capable of cheating. The sport is so proper that some games even feature a mandated. Lunch break in a twenty minute pause for afternoon tea but it was during one of these breaks that Australian cricketeres hatched one of the most notorious scandals in the sport's history March twenty four. Th Two thousand eighteen was the third day of a four match series between Australia and South Africa. The teams were nodded at one. A piece with South Africa was starting to pull away if the Australians did mount a comeback. They were in serious trouble desperate to gain edge on their rivals. Some of Australia's senior players came up with a plan team. Captain Steve Smith notice that the Africans were struggling with balls thrown with reverse swing akin to a knuckleball pitcher in baseball to give the ball movement Smith and Group of players decided to rough it up a bit on his way. Back out to the green fielder. Cameron bancroft grabbed piece of sticky tape from an equipment bag and stuffed it in his pocket when no one was looking. He grabs some dirt and stuck it on the tape creating sort of homemade sandpaper the next time. He got the ball. He used the tape to scuff it. he wasn't as sneaky as he thought. Tv cameras captured the whole thing and casted on the jumbotron for all to see. Bancroft tried to hide the evidence by quickly stuffing the tape down the front of his pants with the cameras. Already trained on him. It was too late. They replayed the close up of him hiding it in his pants then they replayed it again and again in slow motion. He had been caught red handed. Once play concluded for the day Smith in Bancroft confessed to everything as punishment Smith and vice captain. David Warner were suspended. For twelve months Bancroft was banned for nine though many made light of scandal known as Sandpaper Gate. It left a dark stain on the Australian cricket community. It created such a national controversy that Prime Minister Malcolm. Turnbull even weighed in. He declared to the whole nation. Who HOLDS THOSE? Who wear the baggy green up on a pedestal. This is shocking disappointment. Since then Steve Smith and the other disgraced cricketeres have served their sentences and return to the field. It's safe to say the fans and TV cameras will forever keep a close eye on.

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One Month After Australia's Un-Losable Election: Dissecting What Happened

Between The Lines

07:24 min | 2 years ago

One Month After Australia's Un-Losable Election: Dissecting What Happened

"It's been a month since the federal election and the live apart. And the commentaries they remained in a state of disbelief and despair. This was, we will told the unlivable election. So just how did the pundits get my so badly? Roan is it fair to just blind? The polls will the coalition scare campaign as if scape campaigns never happened in politics. What do you think was this election reminder that many commentators, especially in the camera? Chris gallery. They really do. Leave in a bubble. Well, one veteran columnist consistently believed that the coalition had a pathway to victory and he's my guest today. Jared Henderson, now you've no doubt seen him as a regular guest on the inside, as you can read these call them every Saturday in the Weekend Australian, and he publishes a Wally read blog called media watch dog. Now, jeff. Rod is one of the leading historians of the liberal party. He's books include Menzies child, liberal party of Australia and Santa Maria. A most unusual man as published by immu p the Papp's Jared's. Mine work is executive director of the Sydney institute. Jared, it's great to have you on between the lines. Thanks for the invitation to them. Now, what are the punditry get the election so badly? Wrong, what I think you've got to look at brief contemporary history here. We know that the polls go to wrong with Trump's victory. The polls got it wrong with bricks and the penetration Australia should have been aware that Paul's aunt, who is reliable. But in a in a sense, I think must of the commentators in most of the journalist wanted the coalition defeated, and there was a sort of projection onto the electric of their own views. They didn't believe that the coalition was worthy of government. They didn't believe modem timbale should have been overthrown. They wanted the. Coalition replaced, and I think they projected onto the electric debuts day held without checking out what the views the electric hill, and I think biolog-, many of them are out of touch some common title is on the lift such as professor Judith Brit, from Latrobe university shoot. She took to the cover story in the monthly magazine leading up to the my I election. And she said that this was the headline laced self interest groups, the liberal party has little lift, but appeals to the hypocrisy on her lawn was that the liberals must be hoping that enough of it supporters. These are woods hours, morally bankrupt as it has become happy to try the planets, and they children's future for pocketful of Silva. Judas breath is very often wrong on these matters. It's twenty five years ago. She predicted the end of the liberal party that didn't work out too well, and then I saw her piece in the monthly, but it's rather superficial. Peace and innocent Sasol fractious pace because what she's saying is that Australian shouldn't be primarily consumer their economic interests. Now, I always sought before the campaign during the campaign that essentially Australians would those on their economic interest, because that was the only thing that can really determine about others thought that they should vote on perceptions of climate change who perceptions about the liberal party. But that's not how have worked in the past and, and make sense. If, if you'll someone on on modest to listen, modest means you're gonna look look after self. And, and I think it's wise that you do that. It's not simply self. It's also you family. I think there was a tendency of many of the commentariat heated look down on other astray ins they thought privately I thought they wouldn't express it they thought they went as. Well educated today with I wanted us in a sense that as morals with wanting, the real big issues. I mean in, in a meeting, I did very few discussions before the vixen vetted, one, one business Madiun, David Maron, Jennifer Hewett, and David Meyer. Showed me, the whole election was going to be decided on climate change and suggested David that he might drive out to the suburbs. So into some of the regional towns to find out what people really talking about about. He didn't do this and I didn't finish to the MAs of the will that they, they are get out clause now is that, well that would just following the polls and the polls consistently said that the coalition would not win the election and raises the question. And we saw the same phenomenon happen both with Brexit and Trump. And we've talked about the shy Trump factor that people feed and meeting, I'd vote for the Republican nomination, because he was socially unacceptable during the twenty sixteen Brexit referendum Paul's pointed to remind. Find victory millions of. Scheib residencies unite crypt into the Pauling booze. I voted leave you'll saying the same phenomenon heath. Well, we are saying the same here, but there's another factor. It's wrong to blame the Pels in in this insulin, usually, the Pels arrived, this time, the weren't right? But in any event, the magin was fifty one and a half to forty eight and a half. And that's still within the magic mirror. So very unwise for any journalist to say, well, look, the coalition's behind by that, much, of course, look at ninety ninety three when Paul Keating won a come from behind election victory Johnson. That was a classic wasn't it. Well, it was in 'cause pull ditties victory speech out in the western suburbs. And he come into the second eleven of journalists being sent. All the I live in was hanging around waiting for Joan his victory speech, which he, which he never delivered. So in a column, I did the Australian before in the period of the election said, Labour's, he went from a position on three occasions, not seventy two with Gulf with him. He was not a popular figure, but a huge figure then with Bob Hawke, who was both very popular figure, and a huge figure. And with Kevin rod who wasn't a huge figure, but a very popular figure. Now, when you look at it that way, Bill, shorten wasn't at that level. And then there was this fixation among sections of the press. Go raise it, the review among sections, the prescription some other commentators, that's okay for the liberal party to have a later who might win provided his name, Malcolm Turnbull, preps. Julie bishop. They didn't believe that the term should have been replaced, and therefore, they didn't believe that Morrison could win because they predicted they've you of turn belong to the electorate. But the electric didn't have that view of timber all guest is Jared Hinson is a columnist with the. Australia now on election, not the vanquish Tony Abbott. He talked about a political realignment in this country. Let's heave from the former prime minister. There is something of a rail lineman poets going on rolling around this country. It's clear that in what might be described as working seats. We are doing so much better. It's also clear in, at least some of what described as wealthy Sates way undoing it tough. And the Green Left is doing better. They will be gripe deal of analysis of the pot that climate China deal did not ply in the ring outcome. And let me just say these says, my first word if not necessarily my last word on this subject. Climate change is

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Australia's Federal Election May Be a Tight Race

Between The Lines

08:45 min | 2 years ago

Australia's Federal Election May Be a Tight Race

"Ever since Malcolm Turnbull nearly lost the twenty sixteen election, the polls, the pundits and the bidding markets that consistently put lie in a winning position pointing to a landslide this weekend. But such is the magic politics that the federal election could be a lot closer than anyone had the raw to expect a week or whatnot agai, remember during the past half-century close vigil elections favor, the incumbent, you think of Gordon's narrow victory over whitland in sixty nine the so-called don's party or Gillard up against Abbott losing her majority in twenty ten but when oppositions wind power from the government, the victories are usually in fatty, you think of phrases massive landslide against whitland, seventy five or how smashing catering in ninety six but in politics, there are no guarantees, and the smart money is still on a lie. Victory. And according to my guest, that may be a good thing for conservatism and the nation. Australia, where told needs a shortened government to help us break out of Al complacency genital Ricksen is a columnist with the Australian. She's a board member on the institute of public affairs, and a former board member here at the get I Janet, welcome to our Tom, now you're leading conservative commentator. So naturally, many of our listeners here on between the lines. We'll be shocked to hear you say that a and prime ministership could be a good thing house on Tom. I think some of my raiders were shelter and I made that argument few weeks ago, but I think it's we've now come to the position where we need the lived experience of a shorten government to return, the labor party to the wisdom of the hawk aiding agenda. We need a short and government to force a liberal party to get through what I think, is an existential crisis identity crisis to rediscover its roots to rebuild a very confused. Brand. And we, we the voters, we need lived experience of short and government to, to deliver, what I call buyer's remorse to realize that whitland, esque mix of big promises without policies that grow the economy is not just nicotinic disaster. But a social disaster, and I really think you have to go back to the days of the Whitlam era, to, to find the level of complacency that we see today, and my colleague at the astray Lian PO Kelly code. It know that nineteen sixties grand delusion, that continued prosperity was a strategy is destiny. And it's true, we've had almost thirty years of, of economic growth, but that is not a given. So you sign in the shorten economic agenda increases the prospects of a recession, and Farley will be mudbound, reality. I think that's absolutely right. Because Bill Schoten is very honest that he's politics, the politics of redistribution not growing economic pie, and it's it's much easier by the white to redistribute rather grow the economic pie. If you think of the big reform. The hard reforms in a strategy during the eighties nineties, and the early two thousands. They were hard reforms, but they were important reforms. It liberalized the economy. We're not seeing those same kind of policies with the short and government. He's Fago economics is a slogan. It's premised on complacency is premise on emotion. Just listen is shooting in some of the might say that, you know, we're, we're experiencing an ideological seachange in the electric, the oldest twenty percent of the electorate si- fifteen years ago in two thousand and four. When you wrote that conservatism was cool on the John Howard, the oldest twenty percent back. Then they largely voted for the coalition. They've been replaced by the youngest twenty percent of voters who lift, you got social media Twitter trolls, all the ride a poll show that socialism has risen in stature, especially among these millennials. And of course you got tried unions. They luckily to be reim- powered. So have haven't times changed time certainly have changed in the environment's changed. But what? What you're saying is very much. You know, not just the liberal party and existential crisis, but the left side of politics is strong because it's buttressed by so many elements in civil society that you do not see, on the centre-right of politics strata. It's almost as if liberalism depends on the liberal party in a stray area. And if you have a liberal party that stepped away from those basic, liberal values, what's left, so it really is up to other organizations, I think, to build the foundations of liberalism in ustralia to make deeper than the liberal party cannot rest on a conviction later such as John Howard. We haven't had one since two thousand and seven and look, what's happened to liberal values in that time you've had get up. You have the unions, you have the light party and other organizations. It's up to the center right of a Strayer to rebuild to make the case for liberal values. And that's what hasn't happened. You've written the Rausing damp of the wits in the liberal party has lift the joint with dodgy foundations. And just might clear, the conservatives now would rather walk away than stand up and fought. And he also criticized the so-called modern liberals. But at these decisions by the senior liberals to shift towards the so called center at they attempts to adjust to what many political analysts, I is an increasingly more progressive political and cultural landscape. I certainly think that way in politicians nervous about, you know, their prospects that they start to put on new labels. And we're saying range of liberals call themselves modern liberals. Now, I've pressed a few of them as to what the what that means, and it really doesn't mean anything, it's just a bit of branding. I call it branding bunkum. What is the most important to be successful in politics, merger of conviction with good retail political skills? We've seen that before the last ten years, though, we've seen we've seen the party and politicians on the center, right suffer a deficit of both conviction, and, and really good retail politics now recently under Scott Morrison, I think the party has started to reimburse, for example, explain the social good of a strong economy, the virtues of lower taxes, allowing people to have more of their own money to make decisions how they spend their money. But imagine if the liberal party had more core values at the center of it story for the past ten years, it would be in a much stronger position. It's not about rebranding as modern liberal. I mean this, this guy's back today, but Cameron calling himself, a compassionate conservative, or which had Nixon, quote himself, a conservative with a heart. What does it mean if liberal parties, make the moral case for classical liberalism, you want convince voters about the purpose of a liberal governor Cosa, just to clarify, you think it's premature to read the last rods two Austrailia conservatism. Your argument, is that conservatives a losing tonight because they not farting. But Janet, we had on this program last week Tim sue pomace on the former rice discrimination Commissioner, and he I use that a short vitual Mark the end of what's derided as neoliberalism hasn't market capitalism, filed given the widespread economic inequality, wick told by because I think the evidence is just not there for, for widespread economic inequality. It's become a slogan. If you look at their three surveys from the can. Census. And I think there was another one by Hilda. They all showed that inequality has pretty much not changed over three decades of productivity commission. More recently is found that claims to growing income inequality. Not true. The economic growth has lifted standards across all income groups. I mean these are the facts, but the slogan of income inequality is being used to justify dismantling capitalism, in the name of some sort of utopian social democratic project, we've been here before now at this stage Paul's point to alive victory. But Malcolm Turnbull mind tines he would won the election, if it weren't for his wing enemies in the media, and the potty room. Let's hear for major Neal's interview with tumble on the BBC two months ago at the time of the coup in August. We were level pegging on the public Paul's or the opposition and we were four points ahead on the polling in the marginal seats. But basically, you could argue that the concern was not that I would lose the election, but rather that I would win it. You telling me your own party didn't want you to win the next. I'm just saying if you analyze credit. Well, Andrew, you've only got to look at the facts because Malcolm Turnbull on the base on why he would have won the election Janet Albertson. Well, I see we've moved into the comedy section of

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The “Identity Politics” Debate Is Splintering the Left

Between The Lines

04:03 min | 2 years ago

The “Identity Politics” Debate Is Splintering the Left

"Liberals splintering, how often have you heard about the defections and departures from the left end of the liberal party spectrum while in fact, the major defections attacking place on the right side of the coalition parties and the splintering, well, that's Lockley to have a legislative impact. Remember in twenty sixteen nearly a million conservatives could not stomach, Malcolm Turnbull. So they voted for alternative parties and deed, many lifelong liberals even preference lineup and that nearly cost the coalition office after being in power for only one term and one of the major bell grounds in the upcoming. Newsouth whilst election will be that for the house after mosh Twenty-three mono- on the rot. They luckily to hold the balance of power, so as the liberal national coalition, increasingly. Splinters? What's the objective of one nation, the Liberal Democrats, and the Australian conservatives Mark life is one nation candidate for the New South Wales up house? He's also a former federal labor later. Great to have you back on between the law and mock, thanks very much. Tom Corey Benatti is leader of the Australian conservatives and Senator he's a former liberal holiday Corey very good and David limbic is the newly elected liberal Democratic Party member in the Victorian legislative council. Welcome to the program, David hot, Tom NASA. Now, let's start with how each of you got to where you are now, politically and philosophically Mark your former vigil, I believe throughout the two thousand four election campaign. You were the darling of the metropolitan sophisticates a few years ago you join the L D P. Now, you're a one nation candidate for the New South Wales up a house. How do you can't your audio odyssey? Well, there are many issues, Tom, but I think generally. I would think that I've stayed pretty well stabling terms of minority logical position. Join the live party forty years ago, because I had a great believe in meritocracy that if we provide good social and economic opportunities for people and pick jobs promotions roles in society based on merit. We could have the good society that would be a genuine social democratic objective. And I still believe in that tonight, forty years lighter meritocracy, whereas unfortunately, live or another lift of Santa parties have moved to a system of identity politics, which instead of judging H individual on their merit. They work ethic that community contribution there night quality as an individual. They judging them on rice, gender and sexuality and these categories. I believe our betrayal of the ideals that people like Whitlam and hawks it for the live party, by diner, tree, social, democracy and social Justice. It's really. My opposition to identity politics that has seen me arrive in one nation, but it's more that live as moved to the left. They've very much allied green party and as long as they johnke meritocracy and embrace identity politics. They weren't have more support. Not I think they'll achieve their objects. What Ronald Reagan said when he left the Democrats joined the Republicans, he said, I didn't leave my party my party, lift me, well to some extent, but I think most people would acknowledge over the past dick item in particular politics. China fundamentally there's been a collapse in the quality of leadership since the defeat of the Howard government twelve years ago, the embrace of identity issues led to a transformation on I this is an example. But who would have thought in the news, we have this week that significant number of employees would be leaving the British live party on the grounds of racism and anti semitism story. And it just shows you the. Impact of identity politics is in fact, a new form of racism practiced by the lift and for me, that's the part of the beliefs. I had decades ago and the beliefs I still today

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"malcolm turnbull" Discussed on Monocle 24: The Monocle Daily

Monocle 24: The Monocle Daily

04:22 min | 2 years ago

"malcolm turnbull" Discussed on Monocle 24: The Monocle Daily

"Some us people especially inside that can be bobble win people lot Matiz Coleman later of the government in the Senate who had stood by Malcolm Turnbull fo- sometime turned on him and decided to back pay to Dawson in the end. Of course, we didn't become the prime minister was Scott Morrison the treasurer and Malcolm Turnbull, interestingly pull the polls have gotten worse for the liberal party and the coalition in Estrada wind, Malcolm Turnbull was rolled as way sinus dry. The tree potty preferred split was fifty one to live which is the opposition. Forty nine to the governing coalition will now those polls are at fifty four and forty six for the government, and that would suggest an electoral watt out if the if the if an election was held today. This is not something though that is unique to the liberal party. I it is something that's perhaps seems unique to Australia that every couple of years, it seems there is some kind of spasm of panic and Cambra and whichever party is in government. Decides to kick out the prime minister. Yes, I think that's probably the best way to describe it a spasm of panic. And I stink Cambra itself has something to to blame itself for that in that it is I boy la- of politics where m Pei's from a vast country will descend on camera for a few weeks at a time, then go back to their electorates. But when they ring Lot them. of them staying in apartments together with wanna two others. I go out for dinner together that I worked together inside parliament house one of the biggest buildings in Astrid year old die the press galleries inside parliament. So we becomes pod of these boiler room movements. So as soon as a whisper that these as Wacoal a spill on it just creates so much momentum. And you have a situation where impaired as look at those polls. Nice sync will I may not be in a job come the next election. These men or woman is still the later of my potty still the prime minister we have to act and that spasm of panic. Russia's throw them and we've seen it happen. Son, many times of the last couple of years and Astrid your I think Moyes distractions that just left scratching their heads shaking their heads wondering what has possibly happen to the political class in the country coming off the back of Neely eleven years. Of relatively stable government under John Howard and thirteen years of live government before that whether there was two prime ministers. So we're racking out prime minister's very quickly in strategy for a relatively yet down country. Well, all all politicians, you know, parliamentary democracies go through this go through panics about whether they've got the right lead to whether it's going to cost them that job at the next election. But it does seem unusually Australian is it something to do with the very short electoral cycle in Britain doesn't election every five years and Australia. It's every three eighty is every three years. So it rolls around very quickly. It's also very easy for the liberal party to knock off the prime minister as well. It's not like the live with potty in Britain is a protracted process of rounds and rounds potentially as public voting by members in that the light delighted potty in fact after the rod Gilaad. Rod years where Kevin rod was ruled by. Julia Gillard and then hey, rolled her again. He changed the rules. Delighted potty said that can't happen. Again. There's now a similar price as to what we say in the potty, but the liberal potty chooses its later from within the potty room there is a sacred ballot inside the potty room h h h member of the potty gets one vote. And that's it the winner wins. And it's too easy to occur. It's too easy to elect in you later, and in the case of Malcolm Turnbull. Hey soul. The shots. He showed solely shot circling around him earlier in that wake back in August. When paid a dot in challenge team timbale cold, the spill divisor could turn one. But he only survived for another three dies because the pays that voted against him began turning voted full he began tuning against him. And by the end of the week. He knew that he didn't have the numbers..

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Explainer 138: What does the Wentworth by-election mean for Australias conservatives?

Monocle 24: The Foreign Desk

05:48 min | 2 years ago

Explainer 138: What does the Wentworth by-election mean for Australias conservatives?

"John Morrison, deuce wave willing chilly. So the people of the strike in the office of prime minister and all be August Morrison became a strenuous forty. Seventh prime minister in the last three months, something like that. Anyway, it's getting tough to keep up his chances of staying in office long enough to enjoy any redecoration. He may have requested took a significant dip at the weekend when he's party contrived to lose a by-election for one of the safest seats in the country and in so doing to the coalition, they lead into a minority government. I knew there would be tough ties, and there would be great dice today is a tough day, but the great dies are coming. Resulted? I is on liberals not on dive sham. The federal electorate of windless embraces several of the richest suburbs of Sydney, the most expensive city in one of the world's wealthiest countries Wentworth has been a look for the liberal party that Morrison leads since that party was founded in nineteen forty four, you'll reminder that Australia's liberal party is actually straights conservative party and for the liberals ancestor parties all the way back to a strenuous first general election in nineteen o one the MP who've AK aided the seat was Morrison's, immediate predescessor as prime minister. Malcolm Turnbull who as recently as two thousand sixteen, retain the seat with sixty two percent of the vote. So the liberal party should know more lose Wentworth than a strenuous cricket. Team should lose a test match to Greenland bellarusse, but lose it. They have and they're tiny parliamentary majority with it. One, the c would make history and my friends, we have made history. With sufficient time having now elapsed to Dan, those torrents of Sheldon for delays tiers of lofta the questions of how and why must be addressed. The liberals loss of Wentworth is a consequence of hubris. Specifically, the kind of complacency that can sit in when you've held a seat for a hundred seventeen years. The candidate they stood was a solid if uninspiring technocrat, who doesn't even live in Wentworth. Although in Dave shamans defense, few people can't afford to. It's the kind of place where even Malcolm Turnbull splendid. Harbourside pile doesn't seem untoward -ly Austin, Texas, and he'd been reluctant to relocate to the prime minister's official residence because he didn't want to move to smaller house. A contemptible has offered to stay in his fifty million dollar plus homicide mansion rather than move into the official Sydney residents curability house. The prime minister said his own house is closer to his grandson, and that he and his wife will use cure villi flu official functions and that sort of get up that, what do you think? But to criticize the liberals choice of candidate is to say nothing of the monstrous blundered caused the by election in the first. Place, which was the liberal party's decision to oust turn before the end of his term in an attempt to bathe in a more popular newly before the next general election ju by may two thousand nineteen if opinion polls, and now went worth, are any guide. The liberals have committed the Aira recently endemic industry in politics of chosing alita better liked by these Ellas party hardcore than by a bewildered voting public. Which brings us to what might be gleaned from went with choice of new MP. The by election in windward. She is Karen Phelps previously president of the astray in medical association and deputy Lord male Sydney, she stood for Wentworth. It should be made clear as an independent. The world has not turned entirely upside down and the liberals losing Wentworth to labor would not merely be like a stroke. Cricket team losing test match to Greenland or Belarus, but to Greenland or Bila Russa's basketball scored. But it's what Phillips believes and perhaps who Philps is, which suggests that the liberal party might have misjudged the direction in which the wind is blowing. The liberal party has long banked usually correctly on the idea that forest Reagan's economic conservatism and social conservatism of the same thing. The voters of Wentworth are begging to differ VO they are as unlikely as ever to hoist. The scarlet standard. Join a chorus of the Internationale and begin distributing this bay yacht factory workers. They've just elected gay woman who's policy priorities are climate change, and the fate of asylum seekers marooned on the rue industry is offshore holding facility. Young people, any women, any sparring independence out there? If you are thinking of running from parliament or running for public office? Yes, incumbent tough. Yes. The road can be hard, but it is so worth while that we have the right people stepping up to represent string. Now, only just governing party has me and months to get a more persuasive act together else, spare a thought for observers, Austrailia, politics, who will find themselves confronting these sixth occupant of the prime minister's office this decade and with all the jokes about revolving doors and the Jek deceits already long since done for monocle twenty four. I'm Andrew.

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"malcolm turnbull" Discussed on Monocle 24: The Globalist

Monocle 24: The Globalist

03:48 min | 3 years ago

"malcolm turnbull" Discussed on Monocle 24: The Globalist

"So he'll be a bit of giving the government of Beata kick. Because he's now gone, but they're also very interested in nationally shoes estate. So they're very concerned about climate change that concerned about a stray Leah's Griffey j. policies which should guide attracted notoriety around the world because they tough. So this is a state that even though it's conservative, it's conservative economically, but it's very progressive socially. So it's a tough sate for the government in the absence of welcome temple to to try and hang on because it's got converging issues toward accent should set alarm bells ringing ahead of the the general election coming up in in may. I mean as reporting as it is a curious situation there where it is actually, it's almost this by-election could be seen as a kind of punishment for the asking of Malcolm Turnbull a could be perceived as an almost exaggerated view of discontent with with Scott Marsden's government. Yeah, I think in some respects, Mr. Morrison will be hyping that if he's going to be punished that he's punished at this by election and then not punished at the federal election. The opinion polls nationally tell us at the moment that he's government is behind and we'll struggle to win the next federal election. He's he removed. Malcolm, replace Malcolm Turnbull in the hypothet- could improve that situation and he hasn't got very much longer to do that. So he will be very much ping that he can turn things around. But at this stage, things are looking very difficult for the coalition government and the libero position. The sitting pretty, I think that they fade on the desk that just watching the spectacle to mind, leaving side all the palace intrigue at what's Morrison house, a gone for him and from a policy perspective and his couple of months, is that even a couple of months at this stage in office? Well, I have to say when you mentioned palace intrigue, in fact, the Duke and duchess of suffolks were visiting that electorate this morning just to make an extra spectacle in terms of policy, will they Spain some controversy around that as well in relation to the Wentworth by-election because Mr. Morrison has made a couple of policy changes u-turns effectively in the last few days that being saying. Very much in the domestic context. And one of them is quite controversial because he's now flat flagging, the possibility that he will move a strategy is embassy in Israel from Tel Aviv to Jerusalem. Now, one of the other things we need to understand about Wentworth is there's a very large Jewish population Scott, the highest Jewish proportion of Jewish voters in that state of any in Australia. So he's been very focused on the Jewish constituency in that state and that decision to consider moving the embassy and recognizing Jerusalem as the capital of Israel is very controversial. But it's being saying very much in the context of win worth. He denies that it was that decision has been made for that reason, but it's hard to conclude into Niels given the timing which was literally just a few days ago. Finally ask, what's Malcolm Turnbull been doing this by election campaign. Not very much actually. He's been on extended leave in New York. He's some one of his children, Alex lives in Singapore and has been considered to be off the leash wants. His father was out of office and Hayes, Bain, varying gauged actively campaigning on behalf of candidates of of the liberal party candidate. Mr. Tembo did endorse the liberal party candidate dive Shamma on social media early on in the campaign, but he's been notably silent ever since he declined a request to send a letter to constituents endorsing the candidate and as kicked rot out of it. Some people say that's a good thing because it would have just been Assad, show pain. The other side, I believe he should have stepped up and they're going to blame him if it goes the wrong wise far as they concerned Middleton and camera. Thank you very much. UBS has nine hundred investment analysts from over one hundred different countries. Of a million hundred of the shop.

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Australia's new leader hopes to be best mates with Jokowi

24 Hour News

00:34 sec | 3 years ago

Australia's new leader hopes to be best mates with Jokowi

"Australia's new prime minister says he wants to be best mates with his Indonesian counterpart Scott Morrison. Who became Australia's prime minister last week after factional warfare, and the ruling liberal party. And did Malcolm, Turnbull's tenure met Indonesian President Joko we were dodo on Friday, Morrison says. He hopes, this relationship with Joko we will be as good as that enjoyed. By Turnbull he says they'll also signed an economic. Agreement involving increased. Fee trade by the end of the year as he aims to deepen the lagging economic relationship between the two

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Disney World proposes boosting minimum pay 46 percent

24 Hour News

00:39 sec | 3 years ago

Disney World proposes boosting minimum pay 46 percent

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Prime Minister, Malcolm Turnbull and Mr. Bohannon discussed on BBC World Service

BBC World Service

00:17 sec | 3 years ago

Prime Minister, Malcolm Turnbull and Mr. Bohannon discussed on BBC World Service

"Way it can still be very traditional women often expected. To stay at home after marriage and that means only a quarter of Indian women earn paid work, we'll hear what that, means for the economy, and how a team. Of, female rickshaw drivers are overcoming cultural expectations I the niece

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U.S. Yield Curve Looks Hell-Bent On Inverting

Bloomberg Daybreak: Asia

00:31 sec | 3 years ago

U.S. Yield Curve Looks Hell-Bent On Inverting

"Minutes past the hour it's time for an update on markets and equity. Markets here in the Asia Pacific showing some. Pretty sharp gains Hang Seng. Index futures up to thirty five China futures up about forty five cash markets have gains, one. Hundred and seventy eight points for the Nikkei. And yeah sex two hundred is up about thirty five points, we just got the fix from the BBC on. The currency and it's quite, sharply stronger than the fixed yesterday six point eight zero five two versus the six eighty five and change yesterday. We're watching

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Australia Gets Its Sixth New Prime Minister In 11 Years

BuzzFeed News: Reporting To You

01:46 min | 3 years ago

Australia Gets Its Sixth New Prime Minister In 11 Years

"So that people in America don't feel alone. Australia is also having a wild political time right now. Australia has got it. Sixth prime minister in eleven years, and because I don't know, there's been some political news in the US and you may not have been paying attention here is a t. l. DR of the situation. First off we should note that Australia does not have the general public elect their fearless leader instead, whichever political party wins. The most seats from the general election is the party that forms the government. So the parties can change Australia's leadership completely on a whim, which guess what they do. So here's what happened last week. Malcolm Turnbull was sitting pretty in his prime minister chair just like, hey, I'm prime minister. Then rumors started swirling around that conservative minister Peter Dutton was ready to challenge Turnbull for the top job turtles reaction was to call a shock vote. I'm the leadership and guess what he won, but Dutton refuse to back down. He resigned as minister and continued to rally. Supporters, a bunch of other ministers, resigned chaos ensued, and then more ministers resigned. And people thought that Turnbull was absolutely toast. Then two more contenders for leadership stepped up to the plate. They were liberal deputy, Julie, Bishop and treasurer. Scott Morrison, Turnbull said that he would step down if the party room decided that they needed another leadership vote. So dozen supporters got enough signatures on a petition to have another meeting and the party agreed to vote again on their leadership and Turnbull stayed true to his word and stepped down. Then they voted on the new candidates. And after all of that Dutton did not even win surprise. So I introduced to you Australia's six prime minister at eleven years. Scott Morrison.

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'Crazy Rich Asians' bridges generation gap: Immigrant parents flock to theaters

Michael Medved

01:30 min | 3 years ago

'Crazy Rich Asians' bridges generation gap: Immigrant parents flock to theaters

"The movies this weekend crazy rich Asians is all about dynamics sunscreen but it turns out, that's helping at the box, office to we've been dating for over a year now, and. I think it's about time people my beautiful girlfriend going to the movies hasn't, been a big thing for many older first generation Asian immigrants whether it because. Of the crowds the language barrier. Or ticket price I hardly know anything about them every time I. Bring them up Maybe his parents and he has to send them money but crazy rich Asians is bridging the generation, gap with many younger Asian-Americans talking, their parents into seeing the first. Movie in twenty five years with an all Asian

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Senator McCain, BBC and Murder discussed on Morning Edition

Morning Edition

00:14 sec | 3 years ago

Senator McCain, BBC and Murder discussed on Morning Edition

"The science story of my patients It's a murder mystery set. In ancient Alexandria where women mathematician and astronomer was killed by? An angry mob did you get mixed up, in a scientific

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"malcolm turnbull" Discussed on Monocle 24: Midori House

Monocle 24: Midori House

03:56 min | 3 years ago

"malcolm turnbull" Discussed on Monocle 24: Midori House

"So to replace him with another bridge builder. But Morrison is certainly to the right of Turnbull isn't. It is Morrison is absolutely. I mean, my argument where Malcolm Turnbull is concerned has always been that he joined the wrong party. I think if he joined the labour party, he would have been a perfectly plausible right wing labor party prime minister in the mold of Paul Keating Bob Hawke. It's. Yeah, good point. And it is actually part of the reason that I think a lot of people on the outside at least suspecting why Malcolm Turnbull is not the prime minister anymore, because if you try to trace this back to any policy decision that he might have made, it's just not there. And that was, I think, demonstrated by one of the most paradoxical resignations of this week who was one of the ministers concerto concerto Cervone wells. She resigned her portfolio earlier in the week saying that she didn't think there are enough right wingers on the front bench, and she objected to the way that Malcolm Turnbull had handled certain issues such as same sex marriage and said that he'd ventured too far to the left. Now, let's just let's just the sex just for a moment. A right winger has resigned because they weren't enough right wingers on the front bench, therefore leaving less right-wingers than they were before. It's magnificent fries like that. And the the approach that Malcolm Turnbull had to same sex. Marriage was written by Turney Abbott. The most conservative prime minister that we've ever had not to mention the climate policies that everyone on this side of politics keeps objecting to those emissions. Targets also agreed by Tony Abbott in two thousand fifteen. It's just the liberal Totti's eating itself from the inside out, and no one can explain why my own theory, which I will put to the table is, is the destruction politicians of board. I genuinely don't think they have very much to do because the country is, you know, it it, it is functional. It's only it's wealthy everything pretty much works. I mean, if you get into national elected office industry, what are you actually going to do? I mean, I, I genuinely think that he's part of it. Well, I do think sorry, climate change is a very big deal here, and this has killed all the prime minister's going from from Kevin Rudd all the way to now both. So. And what's really quite terrifying about this is that of all the countries in the world that are at risk from climate change. Australia is one of the most at risk when climate change starts to have even more severe effects. Ustralia is going to have so many mole bushfires. They're going to kill so many more people it's going to call seventy more disasters and yet no one in politics, aside from maybe the greens is really concerned about this. It does seem like it's sort of suicidal in in Australian politics even talk about the climate, but I wanted to ask you to Australians. I mean, what is it about these policy who who doesn't like them and why don't they like these policies? Well, fascinating Lee enough, the policy that really launched this whole leadership spill in the first place was the energy policy known in Australia is the nag the national energy guarantee. Now Malcolm Turnbull secured the support of two thirds of his party room. Now that in ordinary times would have been more than enough to take a policy into into government and. Yet it was only because of a small handful of people that he was full to. Then revise that whole policy. It's now being thrown out completely, of course, but but that small handful of people objected to it so severely that they caused the whole thing to be scrapped. Even though Malcolm Turnbull then was happy to revise the policy and said the okay, we, we cannot. We do not have the support for this to go into government, then they still continue to mount the challenge against his leadership. Now, one of the most fascinating things about all of this is now that the dust is settling. We have a need prime minister, the deputy Josh Fradin bug is the minister full environment. He was the one who actually designed that policy in the first place that since burn everything now on the floor..

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Scott Morrison is new Australian PM as Malcolm Turnbull ousted

BBC Newshour

00:49 sec | 3 years ago

Scott Morrison is new Australian PM as Malcolm Turnbull ousted

"Scott, Morrison has been sworn in as prime minister of Australia hours after his predecessor Malcolm Turnbull was, forced out of, office by liberal party rivals Mr. Morrison. An ally of Mr. Turnbull defeated two other candidates in a party leadership election from Sydney film Massar Scott Morrison and his deputy have presented themselves as the new generation the composer bruised. And battered government back together they've promised to focus on the drought that. Has gripped much of eastern. Australia but as they tried to get back to business huge. Divisions remain in the center right coalition Malcolm Turnbull the former prime minister said that. Australians would be dumbstruck and the polls by this week's political infighting regaining the trust of voters will be Scott Morrison's great

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Prime Minister, Malcolm Turnbull and Joe Walsh discussed on Joe Walsh

Joe Walsh

00:14 sec | 3 years ago

Prime Minister, Malcolm Turnbull and Joe Walsh discussed on Joe Walsh

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Russian Trolls Used Vaccine Debate to Sow Discord, Study Finds

BBC World Service

00:46 sec | 3 years ago

Russian Trolls Used Vaccine Debate to Sow Discord, Study Finds

"Scientists in Washington say misinformation about vaccines is being spread on social. Media by Russian trolls to sow division the academics, at George Washington University so they found a deliberate campaign to distort the Public. Debate David Brenner Tulsky who led the research says the motive appeared. To, be two fold in the case of the trolls especially the Russia. Drills we. Have a pattern of behavior of these particular actors engaging in. Attempts to promote discord in American politics and we see. That discussion about seeds has been used in a very similar way on. The other hand some other types of that's been called the content polluter is much more focused. On spreading spam they may be using antibac-, seen content as a way to get. People to, click

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"malcolm turnbull" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

03:59 min | 3 years ago

"malcolm turnbull" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"To guided any semblance, of a rhythm. A sustained rhythm and so so. Let's stuff That way and and. Maybe a little sloppy then positive luck with six of. Thirteen did. Have, an interception was sacked twice giants fans have another, talented running back they contend, with in the NFC east as, the Redskins signed, Adrian Peterson to a one year deal and that's. Your NBC Bloomberg. Sports update Bob thank you Bush go now six thirty seven on Wall Street. The following is from Bloomberg view the editorial, page of Bloomberg opinion ever since President Trump abandoned the nuclear deal with Iran, Europe's leaders have been bowing to keep it alive they must now face what is already clear to business leaders everywhere the agreement cannot be revived the sooner work begins on the new one, the better for everyone involved a new deal with the do address, the weaknesses of the, original they must. Extend the, period in, which ran. That's prohibited from developing nuclear weapons allow. For more rigorous inspection and restrain Iran's disruptive and deadly activities in its neighborhood Trump has, said he's open. To meeting with Iran's leaders He, might welcome, a second act to summit with North Korea's Kim, Jong Hoon the Iranians might reflect on the fact that Kim lost nothing from. That encounter all this is slim hope. On which to base a long process of negotiation but it's better than the false hope that Europe's. Leaders currently cling to this editorial was, written. By the. Bloomberg view editorial board I'm David Shipley for more. Bloomberg opinion please go to Bloomberg dot com slash opinion or go on the Bloomberg terminal this has been the Bloomberg view, Bloomberg opinion editorials can be heard every weekday at. This time Senate Democrats want to reverse a Trump administration push. To offer short term health insurance. Plans and they'll need some Republican votes to, succeed Nancy Lyons is in the Bloomberg ninety nine one Washington newsroom with more Democrats call these. Short-term plans worthless so they are hoping to convince Senator Susan Collins of Maine. Decide with them reversing the Trump plan in fact years ago she wants bought a. Short-term policy and found it to be you know much Junk insurance when she called. It skimpy she said it was pretty bad coverage Bloomberg laws Alex ru off. Says Democrats want to use the congressional review act to reverse the administration's efforts, it basically a system that allows congress to second guess the president you know as long as they have a majority to do. It in Washington Nancy Lyons Bloomberg radio. Nazi thank you it is now six thirty nine on Wall Street time for. Your Bloomberg green business report the. US isn't the only country where the politics have derail government. Moves to fight global warming Australia's prime minister has abandoned plans to legislate to limit greenhouse, gas emissions to head off a revolt by. Conservative lawmakers Malcolm Turnbull conceded that he could not get legislation through the house of representatives where his conservative. Coalition holds only a single seat majority he said although most, government lawmakers supported the target of reducing. Australia's greenhouse gas emissions, by twenty six percent below two thousand five levels that support, was not, enough Given the tight legislative split turn Bill the method bet if a small. Number of people are not prepared to vote with the government on, a measure, then it won't get past some lawmakers including former Prime Minister Tony, Abbott, argue, that the, government, should be. Focusing on cutting electricity prices instead of cutting emissions Abbott and Turnbull have been at odds. Over energy policy for almost a decade and that's the Bloomberg. Green business report features at this hour. Five points that is almost two tenths of one percent Dow futures up fifty six points NASDAQ futures higher by twenty points the ten year yield a two point eight four zero six percents this is daybreak adopt US kids presents when you're out. In the, summer heat get the purity you can taste and hydration you can feel with vapor distilled water and electrolytes for taste hydrate your day with smart water You.

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"malcolm turnbull" Discussed on The Science Show

The Science Show

02:02 min | 3 years ago

"malcolm turnbull" Discussed on The Science Show

"Not only the views of scientists because science doesn't belong to scientists it belongs to everybody and that's why we need science be represented in the public in parliament and at all levels of society right from the top down to schools and i don't mean schools as being the bottom but you know we need to be having these conversations and promoting science to our youngest members of society right through to people who are older or more experienced or in these positions there may be an inference that talking about science is not politically sound i remember when malcolm turnbull who celebrated certain numerical anniversary this week was coming out talking about the exciting times and needing to be agile and innovating he doesn't say that so much anymore does she well i think innovation is really at the center of what we do in science but sometimes the word innovation it's important to qualify what we mean by that because it can mean very different things to different people so we need to invest an innovate in science that solves societal problems that have a clear trajectory to solving the scientific problems but we also need to invest in science that doesn't have perhaps that clear up location at the moment that is science that has the potential to either simply enables to understand our universe more which is always a good reason for doing science but might have implications in the future and it's hard to predict that right now what is your own branch of science from chemistry so i am a chemist i have specialized of the last five or six years or so as a drug discovery scientists and i have been working as part of the open source malaria consortium which is an open science movement the idea is that we share all of our data so that we can try and find a new medicine from malaria as quickly as possible and as cheaply as possible and i'm now focusing on chemistry education and outreach and how we can encourage students and citizens scientists to partic.

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"malcolm turnbull" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

02:01 min | 3 years ago

"malcolm turnbull" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"That's right change that phone call that was first reported by the washington post in which donald trump said it was the worst fine coal of his day worse than his phone call with vladimir putin at first reported and then the entire transcript was lake was quite damaging for both laters they were forced to defend their positions in themselves repatedly malcolm turnbull essentially saying that the conversation was frank and forthright as saying that he was standing up for australia's interests when it came to that controversial refugee deal and essentially the australian prime minister came off looking quite diplomatic and quite tough as did donald trump with both leaders in the funchal sticking to their guns in their own styles donald trump being very unorthodox and malcolm turnbull banquet quite the diplomat at both ladies than maxine myse several months later in new york and they seem to get along quite fine made a dump trump described the call is exaggerated describing his fake news malcolm turnbull agreed with that then as you mentioned there was that some interesting impersonation by our prime minister at the midwinter bowl which has so let the white house correspondent's dinner an off the record event on which seems like quite a fourpower although he essentially argued that it was good natured a bit of fun and it seems like the americans accepted that the american embassy in australia released a statement after that video was leaked and said that they took it with the good humour with which it was intended so both sides have been pretty came to move pastas rookie early months to a stable more traditional alliance dorino or very one very walt's malcolm trouble actually thinks of donald trump he was just in the last few days whether or not he would agree that donald trump is a genius as the president has claimed several times and mountain temple where was the oakwood he he laughed it off and he said look i certainly wouldn't tell him he isn't but then as he has done in the past he went on to stress that he'd get along very well with donald.

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"malcolm turnbull" Discussed on BBC Radio 4

BBC Radio 4

01:39 min | 3 years ago

"malcolm turnbull" Discussed on BBC Radio 4

"And pensions and business select committees that the company's executives must have known or should have known about its cashflow problems well before it went into liquidation last month at the same time say the mps investors were fleeing for the hills new research suggests many employers have antiquated attitudes to recruiting women and routinely disregard the rights of pregnant women and new mothers in the workplace and study for the equality and human rights commission spoke to 1100 business leaders an australian mps facing a police investigation after posting a picture of himself online posing with a gun and asking his opponents if they felt lucky george christensen said he was mimicking a scene from the clint eastwood film definitely honey as a joke but the prime minister malcolm turnbull said it was very inappropriate three billboards outside ebbing missouri has dominated the bafta film award winning five prizes the drama about a woman struggle to get justice for her murder daughter was named best film while it star frances mcdormand won best actress gary oldman took best actor for playing winston churchill in darkest hour readers are twenty five to eight seven years ago so each hour beat her husband to death with a hammer she hit him over there had twenty times she was convicted of murder next week the court of appeal will be asked to rule on whether that conviction should be reduced from murder to manslaughter will hurry at westridge is a lawyer for bloomberg pierce who is bringing the appeal and she's in the studio with me and so is david shallow salvage islands son and up this john give us an idea if you would've what sort of manual for the.

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"malcolm turnbull" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

01:40 min | 3 years ago

"malcolm turnbull" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"The national party malcolm turnbull who is the leader of the liberal party the coalition is only in government because of one seat and malcolm turnbull cut sec the leader of the national party it's a separate party so they're in a standoff malcolm turnbull has spoken and other reached the hacked so much with physics jewelry paris conference way he castigated his deputy that now the national party have swung in and supported to be joyce so if he thought that this was going to see him step away stepped down if anything it submitted bonnevie joyce's leadership but the states of coalition politics must be left very flimsy the liberals need the national party for the numbers their only in name but they hope with one singh and of course the national party get power by being in a coalition they have always held the position of deputy prime minister but malcolm turnbull has decided to go hobbies doubled down and now he's a bit stopped because to be jewish isn't going away abc london bureau chief lisa miller the the united states and turkey have agreed they need to work on their relationship after of crisis of differing interests in syria brought the two nato allies close to armed conflict the american secretary of state rex tillerson has met president tie you've added one during a twoday visit that followed weeks of escalating antiamerican rhetoric from the turkish government the cause is the fact that the us continues to back kurdish fighters in syria whom turkey describes as terrorists after that.

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"malcolm turnbull" Discussed on Marketplace All-in-One

Marketplace All-in-One

02:18 min | 3 years ago

"malcolm turnbull" Discussed on Marketplace All-in-One

"This marketplace podcast is brought to you by the tel healthcare needs help patient visits costs and paperwork are spiraling but tells advanced technology in analytics are designed to improve efficiency patient outcomes and the healthcare experience at the tell it can be done learn more at patel dot org slash q i of age investigation into australia's banks is on the way stri use banking regulator is taking a step britt look at culture accountability and governance in banks live from london this is the marketplace morning report from the bbc world service i'm rob young good morning and official inquiries begun into allegations of misconduct in australia's financial sector after a number of scandals banks pension funds and insurance companies have also been warned against trying to prevent people from giving evidence abc senior business correspondent peter ryan has been at the commission's first day of hearings in melbourne for a number of use now they've been some very very serious scandal said who tighten quiet in the australian banking sector to do with the financial planning obey financial planning very very big problems with the insuring psalm of the commonwealth bank of australia australia's biggest bank where people were are not being high on their insurance policies with the biggest one late last year was when the commonwealth bank faced allegations of breaching anti money laundering regulations on fifty four thousand times and this has been pretty much the impetus for this royal commission to be cold the federal government destroys a prime minister malcolm turnbull really afford against having this rule commission but because of political reasons and the national party which is the body that represents rural members of parliament with threatening to cross the floor than the in they really had to relinquish and is the concern that this behaviour rather than being something that is no longer taking place he's still getting on the strikers banking regulator is taking a step brit look at culture accountability in governance in banks in particular the commonwealth bank to determine whether or not this a culture where ram banks put profitability a full direct clients walked to the bank say about led the hey.

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"malcolm turnbull" Discussed on Marketplace All-in-One

Marketplace All-in-One

02:18 min | 3 years ago

"malcolm turnbull" Discussed on Marketplace All-in-One

"This marketplace podcast is brought to you by the tel healthcare needs help patient visits costs and paperwork are spiraling but tells advanced technology in analytics are designed to improve efficiency patient outcomes and the healthcare experience at the tell it can be done learn more at patel dot org slash q i of age investigation into australia's banks is on the way stri use banking regulator is taking a step britt look at culture accountability and governance in banks live from london this is the marketplace morning report from the bbc world service i'm rob young good morning and official inquiries begun into allegations of misconduct in australia's financial sector after a number of scandals banks pension funds and insurance companies have also been warned against trying to prevent people from giving evidence abc senior business correspondent peter ryan has been at the commission's first day of hearings in melbourne for a number of use now they've been some very very serious scandal said who tighten quiet in the australian banking sector to do with the financial planning obey financial planning very very big problems with the insuring psalm of the commonwealth bank of australia australia's biggest bank where people were are not being high on their insurance policies with the biggest one late last year was when the commonwealth bank faced allegations of breaching anti money laundering regulations on fifty four thousand times and this has been pretty much the impetus for this royal commission to be cold the federal government destroys a prime minister malcolm turnbull really afford against having this rule commission but because of political reasons and the national party which is the body that represents rural members of parliament with threatening to cross the floor than the in they really had to relinquish and is the concern that this behaviour rather than being something that is no longer taking place he's still getting on the strikers banking regulator is taking a step brit look at culture accountability in governance in banks in particular the commonwealth bank to determine whether or not this a culture where ram banks put profitability a full direct clients walked to the bank say about led the hey.

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"malcolm turnbull" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

02:31 min | 4 years ago

"malcolm turnbull" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"Moment are in tatters and we're hearing that over the weekend he and his top ministers have agreed the focus now needs to shift away from the idea of talks and shift towards beefing up their military a tree contingency so to speak south korea and japan have agreed to push for more powerful united nations sanctions against north korea the girls phone and say that a warning from president trump that the us may stop trading with any country that does business with north korea is unlikely to get support from china and russia the australian prime minister malcolm turnbull beijing to do more to influence pyongyang the fact reminds the china has the ability the economic ability to bring north korea to its senses and the responsibility therefore on sean or as the greatest the time has come for all nations including china to take action to bring this regime to its senses the un special rapporteur on human rights in myanmar young hee lee has criticised the country's day factor leader aung san suu chee for failing to protect the hindumuslim minority the un says eighty seven thousand rare hinges had fled to bangladesh in the past ten days as their villages joe give ring reports young he acknowledge that aung san suu chee was in a difficult position the criticized for failing to condemn the violence the current crackdown by the burmese army is stalking a severe refugee crisis with tens of thousands of people fleeing their homes most of them women children and the elderly aid agencies across the board in bangladesh say they're struggling to cope misslies said it was very difficult to believe the claims that the burmese military that ray hingis had burned down their own homes the un has repeatedly called on me and now to protect civilians the un refugee agency the un hcr says one of the main refugee camps in bangladesh has now reach saturation point and another may hit its limit today as the influx of a hinges from the emma continues agencies say some of the new arrivals a week and haven't eaten for days refugees has spilling out onto walkways and public areas news from the bbc one of italy's most wanted fugitives the alleged pulse of the john gator mafia syndicates has been captured in uruguay roma robert was arrested in a hotel in the uruguayan capital montevideo the police said he had fulltime identity papers he's been on the run since 1994 the.

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"malcolm turnbull" Discussed on Slate's The Gist

Slate's The Gist

01:48 min | 4 years ago

"malcolm turnbull" Discussed on Slate's The Gist

"He was talking to a turnbull malcolm turnbull of australia and he said about a treaty to take refugees i don't know what we got out of it we never get anything out of it start treaty the iran deal i do not know where they find these people to make these stupid deals i'm not gonna get killed on this thing and then terminal says you won't and then trump says yes i will be seen as weak and ineffective in my first week by these people this is a killer see trump's genius this goes to show again wasn't that he knew the audience and knew how to read the audience and give the audience what he wanted it's that he is the audience oh and by the way as i'm speaking about analogies in the trump administration i was on the show left right and center and they asked me do you think general kelly will be able to right the ship do you think it'll be a pivot so maybe it was the you know phraseology or the imagery of ships but i just came up with this i said here's what i think an effective chief of staff can do um maybe instead of the trump administration being the hindenburg it's the titanic so it definitely goes down but not as quickly and not in as big a ball of flames here's what i wanted to add in here that on the show you'll hear me making that point in saying i knew it was gonna say this here's what i wanted to add a did some research did you though the survival rate of the hindenburg was twice that of the titanic that there were ninety people aboard the hyndberg about sixty walked away but about twothirds of the people on the titanic died i did not know that now we do i don't know of kelly wants to be hindenburg or titanic it does seem that those are his choices on the show today well it's a for you sleep plus listeners there is a bonus segment we call that a knocked back and in the spiel as i said it is an anton twig.

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"malcolm turnbull" Discussed on WSJ Opinion: Foreign Edition

WSJ Opinion: Foreign Edition

01:40 min | 4 years ago

"malcolm turnbull" Discussed on WSJ Opinion: Foreign Edition

"They've come back and there's question about whether they pose a threat or are we think about people here again because europe seems much closer to the middle east uh so it seems perhaps a little less surprising that you might have the sort of terror threat here but it is truly global in an era when radical radicalism can spread over the internet there really is no geographical limit uh to at and i think that the australians had been aware of this problem all along in developed to odd history effective counterterror a policing methods of it in our very good fruit sample catching the plot they up believe they've uncovered over the weekend a one lesson i extract you mrs the distance is no she old yeah al enazi that's for sure i prime minister malcolm turnbull said in his press conference that i since two thousand fourteen seventy people have been charged as a result of thirteen counterterrorism operations they flew worded thirteen plots that's just since 2014 joe when you you and i are based in hong kong and following australia more closely you know i i recall the terrorists after nine eleven tried to a blow up an army base they tried to blow up the stadium of they targeted the electrical grid and remember let's remember too that australia had a nine eleven style attack just not on their soil in bali indonesia not once but twice first attack 88 they're so people perished uh the second attack also killed quite a number of australians and locals.

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"malcolm turnbull" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

02:31 min | 4 years ago

"malcolm turnbull" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"Last 40 years and fell to cheap so ammb lay in a democracy works in different ways in france in the sense that you have the parliament of course pretty also have the street so we'll see trade unions said they would talk to the president and the government but they've already actually set a few dates and septemberoctober for some nothing protests in the streets have found so we'll see how shrewd and tuesday easy suddenly catch a different figure and we don't mary so fresh and so young we have hoped she might chief some thank arafat serving so we're hopeful but quite perplexed at the same time official hoefflin perplexed is decent combination and more to come from agnes and from nick throughout the hour as we turn our attention to the events in the last few hours in australia where the authorities have been giving details of a plot to blow up an aircraft they say which has been thwarted four arrests have happened this from the prime minister malcolm turnbull the threat of terrorism is very whale the disruption operation the efforts of a lot of being very effective but there is more work to do mr toma was speaking at a joint news conference with the new south wales police commissioner mick fuller who had these words of advice for his fellow citizens come into the city tightranged go to shocked you shouldn't be concerned in relation to this is all specific inflammation of malaysia issued at uscca while he continued to support you twenty four seven and operations law show you that we are working tirelessly to make sure all the way to prevent and disrupt these terrible todd news of carbs in sydney are correspondent phil mercer what more details are known at this point fill when investigators in australia say that said i had information is alleged plot to blow up an aircraft involved the use solve an improvised advice and the authorities we understand and now saying that they've discovered material that could have been used to make a homemade bomb it one of the addresses radiate in sydney this weekend about half a dozen houses were raided four men were detained following these raids by heavily armed police officers from the australian federal force and the new south wales police force as well as members of australia's domestic dick spy agencies and malcolm turnbull.

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"malcolm turnbull" Discussed on Business Daily

Business Daily

02:02 min | 4 years ago

"malcolm turnbull" Discussed on Business Daily

"Australia's banks are among the most profitable in the world but taxes on their liabilities old debts of created a political storm it includes australia's socalled big four the commonwealth nap a zeddine westpac along with the macquarie group the prime minister malcolm turnbull says it's fair the banks are among the most profitable banks in the world thirty two billion dollars the profits they benefit from the implicit support of the government that's a major benefit that they have it's only fair that di pie this levy to help bring the budget back into balance the banks feel besieged brian haunt said the head of west bank and in the ramp who's in charge of the commonwealth bank argue the new levy is simply political opportunism and could make their institutions globally uncompetitive we have to stand up and make a point that when we see governments making policies that are bad for jobs and economic growth in a particular caytion then we need to bring that to life what we seen here is the government's site we've got a gap in the budget we can we gotta find and i've gone to the companies that pie the most tanks there is division inside the industry lobby the australian bankers association the aba me the small operators favorite attacks because they believe it will make their bigger cousins less competitive and in turn generate more business for them but the as chief executive anna bly thinks the levy is a terrible idea it is a simple naked grab for money to fill a budget hall and it's being taken from one part of the business community for one reason the government blamed sent right now banks are an easy target custom is here support the move text the bank said thing for banks hot online loan texas i am satan wallet that's a vet vietjet record profits every year what item allotted.

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"malcolm turnbull" Discussed on Daily Tech News Show

Daily Tech News Show

01:48 min | 4 years ago

"malcolm turnbull" Discussed on Daily Tech News Show

"Malcolm turnbull says yesterday tell me if you can disagree with any of the shannon we cannot allow the internet to be used as a place for terrorists and child molesters and people who peddle child pornography and drug traffickers to hide in the dark now i says sounds horrible i don't want that to you yeah angry yeah now the laws of mathematics are very commendable but the only laws that apply in australia is the law of australia can i just give him a slow clap for that one and as i appreciate the these have their let me explain let me explain his next quotes that we have from these aren't all said in exactly the same order but they're pretty close i'm not a cryptographer all really i i would not have not i'm not a target for but what we are seeking to do is to secure their assistance they have to face up to their responsibility they can't just you know wash their hands of it and say it's got nothing to do with the 100 percent agree with malcolm turnbull tech companies should not wash their hands of responsibility they they shouldn't say it has nothing to do with them shannon do you think that's what's happening as a tough call it's a really tough call their limit let me tell you he's got one more quote from malcolm turnbull there's a culture particularly in the united states crazy americans a very liberal terry and culture which is quite antigovernment in the tech sector we need to say with one voice to silicon valley and it's emulators all right you've devise these great platforms now you've got to help us to ensure that the rule of law prevails he's painting a picture that facebook google amazon apple microsoft are not cooperating that the government comes with a reasonable request with a warrant and says we need the get this information in the tech companies are resisting is that what's happening.

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