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"mayor khan" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York
"Coming Cyber Sieve Plus, attack up Powell, today open bumping defiance the head held of the to to Federal along ransom Ella Reserve, the Braverman's bottom the says the the world's central criticism UK economy biggest bank bank of will is flatlines be forced the to careful police trade about via puts as growth USB pressure ouster. where continues it on stick goes the to next stagnate after That's on a rates. major all straight ahead on Bloomberg Daybreak Europe, on DAB Digital Radio London, Bloomberg 1130 New York, Bloomberg 99 .1 Washington DC, Bloomberg 106 6 -1 Boston, Bloomberg 960 San Francisco and around the world on Bloomberg Radio dot com and via the Bloomberg Business App. Thanks Good morning from London, I'm Caroline Hepker. And I'm Anna Edwards. You're listening to Daybreak Europe live on DAB Digital Radio. Let's get to these markets then. A disappointing update from Diageo helps to push stocks lower down seven tenths of 1 % for the Euro stock 600. But it's also the main message, of course, Fed from the around not hesitating to raise rates to try to keep inflation in check. In terms of those bond markets, 61 for U .S. yields down by a basis point. But yields across Europe are rising. A German yields up by six and a half basis points now at 271. So playing catch up with the moves that we saw yesterday in the U .S. dollar Bloomberg spot index is softer the euro trades at one spot zero six seven one and oil prices are up both for WTR and breakthrough features higher seven to eight tenths of one percent Anna. OK, let's get into some conversations around our stories top the Industrial and Commercial Bank of China also known as ICBC has been hit by a major cyber attack as a result trades handled by the world's largest bank that's in their asset terms in the globe's biggest market were forced to use USB sticks to complete transactions during Thursday's trade Bloomberg's chief North Asia correspondent Stephen Engel says the details of the ransomware attack are still emerging. ICBC, China's largest bank by assets has confirmed that its US division was attacked by this malware malicious software called ransomware and again we don't know the extent of the disruptions other than traders are saying that there have been liquidity issues some transactions in the United States in the treasury market have failed to clear they've also saying that traders have asked to to be reroute a number of their deals Stephen Engel says that ICBC is suspected of being hacked by LockBit the same group that's also attacked Boeing and the UK's Royal Mail in the past year the criminal gang which ties which has ties to Russia specializes in using ransomware to encrypt files on its victims computers before demanding payment to unlock them now the UK economy flatlined in the third quarter according to the latest GDP data decline instead growth remained unchanged Victoria Clark the UK chief economist at Santander corporate and investment banking says that she still expects a downturn I think it's good for today but I think there's still more chance than not that we can have a recession over the next few quarters you know when you're seeing flat growth over a quarter I mean you're just decimal points away from it at any point and the headwinds for households for consumption are significant the pass -through of the past interest rate rises continues so I think you know there's every chance that Q4 will be modestly negative and the same in Q1 Victoria Clark says that the lacklustre economic performance isn't that surprising if you consider the Bank of England's raised interest rates from of a tenth one percent to five and a quarter percent in less than two years traders currently betting that rates have peaked with the BoE expected to begin cutting from August next year Jerome Powell says the Fed will continue to move but carefully won't hesitate to tighten policy further if needed to contain inflation speaking at an international monetary conference fund in Washington Powell said policymakers are committed to ensuring interest rates are high enough return to inflation to the two percent target if it becomes appropriate to tighten policy further we will not hesitate to do so we will continue to move carefully however allowing us to address both the risk of being misled by a few good months of data and the risk of over tightening the Fed chief said also it wasn't clear how much more inflation progress can be made in the future through supply side improvements in response traders priced in slightly higher odds of an additional hike while pushing back the first anticipated 25 basis point rate cut from June to July Israel says that it has fired back at a Syrian group that targeted a school in the south of the country with a drone this after the Pentagon said that US military personnel in Syria and Iraq had come under attack four times this week the White House meanwhile has confirmed that Israel has agreed to daily four -hour humanitarian pauses in northern Gaza to allow civilians to flee but Mark Regev who advises Israel's prime minister says that it's not a ceasefire we will continue this operation until we have destroyed Hamas's military machine the idea of a humanitarian pause is in a specific place for specific a time to help the civilian population who are not the target of our operation on the contrary we want to see the that of harm's way Mark Regev was speaking as Benjamin Netanyahu said in a separate interview that a peace deal with Saudi Arabia was still possible despite the ongoing fighting in the Gaza Strip here in the UK Rishi Sunak is coming under increasing pressure to sack his home secretary after she accused London's police of bias over their handling of pro -palestinian marches writing in the Times newspaper Suella Braverman claimed senior officers are quote playing favorites with protesters London's Labour Mayor Khan Sadiq who oversees polis policing says he is concerned by her remarks policing is an independent operational matter for the police rather than politicians and I worry when home secretaries and prime interfere number 10 has also distance distance itself from some of her remarks Sadiq Khan's comments have been echoed by Labour leader Keir Starmer who says Rishi Sunak needs to step in this as Bloomberg has that learned the Deputy Prime Minister Oliver Dowden met Sunak's senior advisors to discuss a shake -up of senior ministers which could happen next week. The new Lord Mayor of London wants the city to become a trading hub for the asset classes of the future. Michael Manelli sees a future for London in hydrogen trading or bonds guaranteeing the removal of space debris. He starts his one -year term as Lord Mayor tomorrow at a time when London stock market listings are in the doldrums. British investor Pete Valley Flint venture of Silicon capital firm NFX says that he would not advise any firms he's backing to list in London. I'm rooting for more British listings but I would absolutely not advise any company that I'm backing to go public in the UK go and do in the US particularly technology I mean I don't think the investor base really understands it and I think they will they will encourage a British listed company to sort of act more like the other stuff in the footsie which are very traditional whether it's pharmaceutical whether it's oil and gas or manufacturing I just think to go the US the investors understand it there's orders of magnitude more capital. Pete Flint of nfx was responding to recent comments from the London Stock Exchange CEO Julia Hoggard that she wants the London market to be quote young scrappy and hungry in search for new listings. Those are your top stories on markets the the stock 600 is down by seven tenths of one percent on Wall Street S &P E -mini futures are up by one -tenth of a percent the 10 -year Treasury yield is currently a pretty flat actually at 4 .62 percent. Okay let's get some more details shall we on our top a new story for the UK the latest GDP data that shows the economy dodging a recession in the third quarter with stagnant growth overall. So quarter on quarter six tenths of one cent gain year on year but then the monthly figure for September did show growth of two tenths of one percent. I mean it seems to have moved markets a little sterling in terms or of at least it did a little bit earlier on but the overall impression is the UK dodged a recession but there may be more pain to come and the big drop in investment spending that seems to be one certainly cause for concern. Yeah I'm really interested to get Anna's take, Anna Andrado who's going to join us get shortly, her take on it because it's possible to tell a positive story about the data beating expectations here and that's sort of factually, that is factually correct but it's also possible to put that in a longer context and say well does it really change the about narrative a sluggish economy. We spoke to a guest earlier on in programming who was talking about inflation for the UK given that yes inflation is coming down but not as quickly as policy makers would like it to. Interestingly we spoke to Frederique Carrier, an investor earlier on on Bloomberg TV and she's from RBC Wealth Management. She had a really interesting take on inflation expectations in the UK which plays into that stag nation and inflation narrative. She was saying that because the government
"mayor khan" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York
"Acceleration of repayment by holders The company said it has been in talks withholder representatives about a comprehensive debt restructuring plan Fit ratings downgraded Kaiser to restrict a default earlier this month starting its failure to repay a $400 million debt that matured December 7th Kaiser's shares have resumed trading for the first time since December 8th and of course they're dropping more than 7% after today's news And also seeing Chinese estates sell down more than 30% as the private privatization came apart So we're watching a number of other developers And I wanted to mention as well that slight adjustment ever so slight adjustment on the one year prime loan rate from 3.85% down to 3.80% So just 5 basis points there And the 5 year loan prime rate was kept the same at 4.65% So the market doesn't seem too impressed by it The hexing index is down three quarters of 1% The hang sang tech index is down a little more than 1% The CSI 300 in China down about a tenth of a percent We'll see whether or not it holds At the moment the other markets are all down New Zealand is the one market that has traded slightly higher this morning for the nzx 50 up about a tenth of a percent Here's the nikkei now down about 7 tenths of a percent The AX 200 off three tenths of a percent trading down about 9 tenths of 1% So it looks like no Santa Claus rally at the end of the year this year as we've sometimes expected Marcus just under a little bit of pressure the omicron virus is proving to be a little bit difficult for governments They don't want the virus running through so they put on some restrictions That's impacting markets Monetary policy for the fed is tighter than what we thought months ago And we had that setback today for President Biden's economic agenda The dollar is gaining a little bit of strength here just fractionally higher dollar yen one 1367 and the yield on the ten year treasury 1.38% as down one basis point yields have been dropping the yield curve has been flattening WTI crude 69 42 a barrel down 2% How's Linda And Brian speaking of omicron London has declared a major incident due to the spread of the omicron variant addbacks that has global news and yeah that's exactly right Mayor sadi Kahn says it is beyond the scope of business as usual and the official wording of the statement that it's likely to be too involved serious harm and risk to human life Of the last 24 hours we've had the largest number of new cases since this pandemic began more than 26,000 hospital emissions are going up but also staff absences are going up by a massive level So I've taken the decision in consultation with our partners to declare a major incident today Mayor Khan says Londoners need to understand how serious this is and that hospital facilities are facing a severe threat A UK's health secretary Sajid javid will not rule out stronger COVID rules before Christmas Day New York mayor Bill de Blasio reporting out a record high case number for the second straight day Would urge that the president invoked the defense production act and use every tool that the private sector has and the public sector has to continue to provide supplies here and around the country De Blasio says if the trend continues the impact on hospitals could get critical something that doctor Anthony Fauci says is possible It has an extraordinary capability of transmitting efficiently from person to person It seems to be overtaking all the other variants including delta with a doubling time of about two to three days Fauci and ABC says he hopes there is not a need to take government lockdown mandates and on his last day on the job the head of the NIH doctor Francis Collins I guess decided to speak his mind He says the country should be ashamed of the controversy created by misinformation about the importance of getting vaccinated How did that happen How do we get all this so mixed up with social media misinformation and political insertion into the discussion This is a thing for me and my last day is announce director that I find particularly frustrating Yeah Collins on Fox says we hear on Bloomberg and President Biden is set to warn of the danger in a nationwide peril in a speech on Tuesday Senator Elizabeth Warren has tested positive for COVID fully vaccinated and boosted first reports mild symptoms senator Cory bunker test positive mild case New South Wales has set a new one day record over 2500 new cases Japan says it will wait until after the new year holiday to determine whether to extend border control measures Hong Kong held its first ever major election dictated by the law that only patriots can govern the city Turnout rate was shy of 30% an hour before poll closing this in comparison with a record 58% in 2016 and Hong Kong's on a corruption agency has issued warrants for 5 people for inciting others to cast blank votes in the LEGO election This follows similar arrests last week and Hong Kong chief executive Carrie lam is going to travel to Beijing She will arrive today and be there for three or four days In San Francisco I met Baxter this is Bloomberg Brian Eduardo thank you very much The time 22 minutes before the top of the hour it's time for world sport.
"mayor khan" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York
"How much pent up demand. Do you think there really is out there in the economy? I'm trying to fast forward a little bit too kind of June, July August. You think people are going to kind of just kind of burst out of their homes and apartments and go out there and spend Well, you know, if I think you know again, like one thing, one sort of measure, you know, obviously love to look at data and measurements and things like that. You know, one measure, I think to look at the potential pent up demand is really the savings rate. Um, you know, And as we've seen, the savings rate has gone up a lot. And and I think that's important. You know, a lot of you know, week some of the spending and the household released that that people have gotten they've not been able to spend because you know things are shut down, You know, And so I certainly think that, um, you know, you will get some some pent up demand for that type of spending when when things reopened. Certainly, you know, but again as I mentioned, you know, I don't I don't think things will be quite the same as they were prior to this pandemic, you know, Because I think people have figured out that you know they can. They can work from home or seamlessly. Um, you know, then they could before, for example, and things like that, But I think you will get some pent up demand. You know, leisure, hospitality sectors for travel and things like that, you know, that will certainly rebound. Very well Do you think is so much with Pimco greatly appreciate after John's report Nice revision to the previous month upward and then the disappointment that we see here one of the great realities of following this day by day and week by week, folks. Did you find the graciousness of strategists and analyst When they get it wrong in one of the Giants in this industry, right and wrong is Richard Greenfield over it Light shed. I can remember the day folks where he courageously went. After all, hyped AIPO and absolutely nailed the collapse of a given stock of ancient time. Paul Sweeney today, Richard Greenfield. Looks at man DeLorean and just says I got it wrong. He got it wrong. You he had a rich Greenfield at light shed, upgraded Disney to neutral from cell here, and he admits that he was quote unquote dead wrong. Is he focused too much, he said on the covert 19 impact and underestimated the speed. Disney would focus on streaming video. So that's a big that's a big deal, because Rich really has a my opinion, a fantastic 360 degree view of the changes happening. On in the media space he has for many years. He was think so early in calling the whole court cutting issue and how that would disrupt the big media companies. And for a long time executives and investors did not want to hear it. But it turns out that he was absolutely right. He admits here that he was wrong on Disney, and you have to give Disney credit. Time because they really have done a very good job but completely altering the focus of their company from what was the driver, the business, which is you know, the ESPN zone rolled the media networks, the big films in the studios to streaming and richest kind of You know, admitting that as much this morning this is to those that are more measured. Like Mr Greenfield. We will wait to see if the prophet show up after the ratings of Mandalore Ian, he's watched every episode twice with our news in New York City. Who's Michael Barr? Tomball. Thank you very much. The U. S suffered more than 4000 coronavirus deaths in a single day for the first time as the pandemic. Picks up the pace around the world. Germany reported the most daily fatalities since the start of the pandemic in the UK modern is vaccination, one UK emergency approval. Iran has banned US and UK coronavirus vaccinations even as it contends, with rising numbers of cases. President Trump last night acknowledged for the first time on camera that he won't be president in 12 days. Under pressure from Republicans, even longtime allies, President Trump released another video message on Twitter. Congress has certified the results. A new administration will be inaugurated on January 20th. My focus now turns to ensuring a smooth, orderly and seamless transition of power. It comes as Assistant House Speaker Katherine Clark says the House will move to impeach President Trump if Cabinet members failed to invoke the 25th amendment and remove him from office. The U. S. Capitol. Police say that an officer died last night due to injuries sustained while on duty during Wednesday's riots at the Capitol, the reports said. Brian Sick, Nick was injured while physically engaging with protesters. The chief of police of the department charged with protecting the U. S. Capitol, has resigned. Department official says U S Capitol police chief Stevens Sons last day will be January 16th. Meanwhile, more resignations from the Trump Administration keep coming. Bloomberg's John Tucker reports. Education Secretary Betsy DeVos has resigned the second member of Trump's Cabinet to quit over the riot. In a letter to the president, she said, impressionable Children are watching all of this and they're learning from us. Transportation Secretary Elaine Chao also stepped down child, the wife of Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell said the deadly riot quote as deeply disturbing in a way that I simply cannot set aside. John Tucker Bloomberg Radio live from the Bloomberg Interactive Brokers Studios. This is global news. 24 hours a day on air and on Bloomberg. Quick, Take Powered by more than 2700, journalists and analysts on more than 120 countries. Michael Barr, This is Bloomberg. Tomball, Michael Barr. Thanks so much to me, but I read very carefully today. One of the countries that were cities I should say that was beleaguered. It really was London as Yeah. My mind as losing there for a minute, Paul, it was London and Mayor Khan was some really grim A data. It's just about the hospitalizations to me right now. I mean, that seems to be the massive constraint. It really has been. I think we learned that lesson Tom with hearing in the New York metropolitan area, Governor Cuomo saying, You know, we have to manage the You know the number of cases because it's really is a strain on the hospitals and that's really were The initial pain point is for treating the this virus on a day to day basis. We'll have to see. Let me do a day to check right now. We are open for trading.
"mayor khan" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York
"Kitchen staff and waiters in my restaurant on Lee in the summers in the fall. Right, and then I lay them all off in the winter. What kind of environment is that Create for people over the long term. And more importantly, having learned that you can do that, having learned that there is this, you know, uh, labor force that's out there that's willing to participate in that situation. Is that is that desire among business is going to continue just the same way. We're facing things like, you know, remote work. Is that going to continue or we're gonna have no occupancy in our office building these air big unknown questions. Daniel, Do you think that the fiscal stimulus as proposed, as we've seen laid out is sufficient to plug this gap that you're talking about to keep some of these businesses going Until they could start hiring people again. I think so. You obviously Theoden channel unemployment benefits are going to help households. But the renewal of the P P P program under the act just passed, I think is going to be helpful. Whether or not it's going to be enough is another story. And of course, we didn't see the type of assistance to state local governments that we're going to need. State, local governments can't print their own currency. We need help from the federal government. They also employed a ton of people s O. The that that force is going to need to be maintained Danielle for where the sun radio and television worldwide. I do want to go to an important headline by city com. Mayor Khan of London, where he speaks about a major incident. This is that identify her involving NHS in the United Kingdom and the stories I'm taking this mostly. From the evening standard in the United Kingdom. And just as one example of the immediacy in London, the Royal London their largest hospital is more than 120 patients in intensive care. They only have space for 30 more so that some of the story from London today didn't help. But I want to move over to the economics of this and we know that it's easy for politicians. Move a side of fiction notices and to help individuals that are really, really beleaguered. But then there's the four Barents on mortgages on landlords on the owners of our city's buildings are villages, houses. How do we move from eviction relief to four Barents relief? Well, you know, at the end of the day that there's two sides to this one is voluntary for parents were if your landlord no tenants in the building on there's no demand for space. You just simply not going to throw anyone out. It's crazy to do so. You're gonna wait and see what happens. On the other hand, you have to continue to pay your Mortgage and pay other expenses and those build up and eventually cause you to lose money. If you're a your business you you have, you know a certain seasonality that we've never seen before. In terms of bedding industries, like walking down the street in Manhattan. I see all these closed restaurants and retail stores. You know, this is going to impact, uh, people as well. And then, of course, you have households, many of whom were benefiting from moratorium on both rent and in some cases that service And for all of that corn wines, you're going to need to effectively either engage in sort of a reconstruction Finance corporation exercises we saw during the great Depression or you're going to need to, um, have a program where things are capitalized, carried over the long term. It's going to be very difficult. And the longer this goes on, Tom, the worse it gets. And folks I can't emphasize enough the importance of Mr Albert's comment there on capitalizing over the long term. You don't hear that enough, Daniel Alpert. One of the two or three classic books of the financial crisis, the age of oversupply and his outstanding work with Cornell Law this year on the labor economy, Lisa I don't even know where to begin. I mean, Sadiq Khan giving us the immediacy that I'm sure we're gonna hear from other geography is, but I guess I got to go back to the labor economy here in 19 minutes. I mean, it's pretty grim out there to say the least. What is the next month look like, especially if you consider getting continue getting the acceleration and covert cases that we appear to be getting. I mean, you're talking about London. We were talking earlier about Los Angeles and how on Tuesday they had more deaths from Cove. It 19 than the entire homicide numbers for the Los Angeles City in 2019, and you just start to look at these figures and you wonder How can businesses get back up and running time? And how could we get people re employed before we start creating some sort of stopgap measure and the vaccine is the only way to do that. I've gotta believe there has to be some form of understanding of further relief. And you see that in the expansion of the markets with futures up, 12 Dow Futures up 92 Lisa, We haven't spent enough on fixed income. John from Capri Emails in and says, Do some Bond talk 1.9% on the 10 year yield federalized the show. Basically, we're looking at the highest Treasury yields going back. March 19th of last year, and the question is, how high can they go? Is this a head fake? Or does this really signal much brighter times ahead, Tom, we will have to see it is Jobs Day and again a great set of guests coming up through the thrill. Jeffery Rosenberg could join us as well with black Rock, Julia Coronado. Macro policy perspectives. She will join us. Well, please stay with us worldwide. This is Bloomberg. I'm looking at the dollar dollar slightly stronger this morning. Good morning..
"mayor khan" Discussed on 106.1 FM WTKK
"And then if you remember in the same way that they all tried to run around, and you know, Trump wasn't in indicative of this. The remain ear's is they referred him over there tried to essentially convince the populist they didn't just vote for that, because you're evil hate mongers if they did Well, they finally got that done. But that wasn't good enough for Sidique Khan, the mayor of London, who, in a surprise, this literally wasn't announced. Until the very last minute. The mayor of London took a million and a half pounds of taxpayer dollars. Pounds, but whatever and put on a woke New year's Eve light show. Looting and I'm not making this up, including BLM. Black power fist salutes. Those were through the utilization of drones so they could put up this stuff in the sky and a tribute to the National Health Service. And a tribute to the European Union, who they had just voted, and finally or they voted and then had finally left. Because he's you know, he's obviously remainer million and a half dollars and their New Year's Eve light show is black Power fist. Tribute to nationalized health care. And the European Union. And then it was broadcast over the BBC on it was B B. I think BBC had some which BBC is obviously is public in a way is partially public. So the citizens of the U. K were forced to stay in their homes and pay for their own fisting. Which I think is Ximena is a way to put it. All right. What? What is shot down? How's that inaccurate? What's Ah, What's the rocks down there now It's good And then and then they were forced to watch it. They were supposed to pay to watch their own fisting. That's fantastic. Good for them. Did Mayor Khan dance with his wife home rather than big Ben? No, I don't think he did right before the fisting Ross is referring to build a Blasio having time square to himself about out of touch. Yeah, my sisters like, Can you believe this so pissed off? She lives in New York, right? Oh, yeah. She lives in the upstate New York. Yes, not a fan of Cuomo know Well, that was blocked de Blasio. She's not a fan of Cuomo diplomacy or any of them that says they're tools, man. Cuomo, by the way, is going to allow the Bills playoff game to have people at it, which is fine, but he's going to go and I sent you the tweet right. There is a Buffalo Bills, reporter and tweets. Nothing but Buffalo Bill stuff and he broke the news and I sent you that tweet with comments underneath it. People in buffalo. Believe it or not not taken them. Well, they do not want to see Cuomo. They're like, Do not come here. We want to see you don't curse the team. You've destroyed the state still weigh a fantastic to read. You want to know what people are thinking? They're nice. All right. Well, we're getting a little more of that, so we get into some calls is well. Um Here's the deal, and I, um So I was having a conversation with when we're gonna figure this out. I gotta make it happen, But I'm having to go through a bunch of layers of Have committed To making my best attempt. Too. I joke about sending up to D. C all of that. If the bills make the Super Bowl, I am doing my damnedest to send you down as a press credential press member. They're going to make it built by a billion. It's gonna happen. Just so Just so you could be there to watch them lose their fifth Super Bowl. I fully expect, which I expect. Right. That's the difference. I think Billy all bills fans are turning into the new Pats fans. Not really, really because best. I think the Patriots fans, they go to the Super Bowl, and they expect to win I every buffalo fan. I know in the in the back of our mind, right? We're waiting for the bottom to fall out. And if it's gonna happen anywhere, Where do you think as a bills fan that's gonna happen? Are you a true bills? Fan? If you haven't physically been in the stadium when they've lost the Super Bowl, I would say Yeah, because I haven't been there. Right. So I want to remedy this. I want you to be among those who have that my dreams crushed. I want that in your brain seared because you were there first person to watch it and it would be in bits because the Super bowls in Tampa Bay and obviously, I spent some time down in Tampa got friends down there. So I'm trying to pull some strings because it'll be a weird year, but I think they'll credential more because they're not gonna be able to see the full stadium. So I think we may have an easier time, but the bills have to make it there. Cause it doesn't meet me. Crushing your dreams in first person doesn't work unless they're there. So that's my big project. As we kick off the new year, I hope you're happy. And by the way, do you Patriots fans like all Patriots are in that They're playing Ah, night game on Saturday. That's the Buccaneers. That doesn't count. That's like me being a bills fan. First of funding, because if Aaron Judge leaves the Yankees play goes to the Phillies. I'm not suddenly a Phillies fan. That'd be weird. Me Yankee spin. Just say it doesn't make any sense. Well, this scenario B. The Phillies in the playoffs, but not the Yankees. They need to figure out where you're rooting for him. But Still wouldn't do that. All right, anyway, let's get back into it with Ken Boon from the weather Channel. Isn't that weird? Ray Stage A huge Dallas Cowboys fan doesn't want to show his face today. That was willing to do you watch the end of that game. I didn't see the end of that game. How do you not? How do you not challenge that? How do you not challenger? That guy had the ball when he obviously didn't have the ball. And yet they didn't do it. So But then don't through the pic. So what you gonna do? All right. All right, man. Well, I'll wait. And when is Reagan we backed? We know He'll be back tomorrow. Oh, good. All right, That'll still be fresh in his mind. So for now, though, For now, the fog is clear. That's what we were seeing when I first came into work today. What's what are we looking at today, sir? Well, they were gonna turn out to see a pretty decent day..
John Cleese, London And Mayor Khan discussed on Steve Scaffidi
"I saw this story yesterday actually today's ago, and it has to do with comedian John Cleese, and if your member, John Cleese movie star Monty, python comedian just a great smart. Some people call him. Visionary comically got himself in trouble eight years ago with some comments about London his hometown. And it had to do with what he thought was changing in the capital city in the UK there. Any comments that called? It's a calmer. This is going back to his childhood, a calmer, more polite. Mar humorous less, tabloid less money oriented community than exists now. He also said some things about and he didn't couch it in the of diversity. He said this on Twitter, some years ago. I find that London was not really an English Sudi anymore. Says, then virtually all my friends from abroad of confirm my observations. So there must be some truth in it. Now, the mayor of London. Mr. Khan, I I'm trying to find his Saudi con. Mayor Khan said this about John cleese's, comments Londoners know that our diversity is our greatest strength. We are proud the English capital and a European city in a global hub.