18 Burst results for "Milton Keynes"
"milton keynes" Discussed on C-SPAN Radio
"An exponential increase in the final days in the final week of the program I can reassure him that we are working with a range of commercial policy to boost the testing to get about a hundred thousand test today two of all super labs in Milton Keynes and all the park and now fully functional and Gloucester will be open later this week thank you very much for a second thank you is kind comments I didn't correct because I gave the thank you for the test of time the first secretary says that this capacity for forty thousand tested I think it's really important that we fully understand what with us actually just set because that means that the day before yesterday forty thousand tests have been carried out but only eighty thousand tests were actually carried out not weak I've heard from the front line from ten workers who are frankly desperate protests for the residents I'm for themselves they would expect every test we use every day for those that need them so this could be a problem why isn't the government using full tests available every day sector three minutes important to pay tribute because there are two elements of this getting the capacity office part of it I'm really making good progress tonight and I hope that he has conceded that point the issue of increasing the Dimond is something that we've got control over of course we are making sure that the eligibility is broadened our focus is like I think you would agree should be on frontline NHS all ruled out to K. work is another key key workers and then down in a in in a way which the system can.
The future of diplomacy in the Twitter era
"You're listening to the foreign desk with me. Andrew Miller on today's show I'm joined by Carolina Age and Richard Seymour Caroliina is independent diplomat cyber security and technology lead. She joins us from Milton Keynes. Richard Seymour is a journalist and author of the twittering machine. He joins joins us here in the studio. Welcome both Richard. I'll start with you and we'll start with. I think first principles we are where we are twitter and social media but twitter twitter in particular new things but the clearly not going anywhere in a hurry or something like the muse going to be something that diplomats will have to deal with breath. Is there any way at all now. You can not be on twitter if you are engaged in diplomacy. Could you just decide to rise above it now. I don't think anybody nobody in power can turned on the communicate of advantages of it but we should be clear that there's different ways of interpreting diplomacy you know if you're talking about making peace if you're talking about striking negotiations all all the rest of it twitter's nor very good platform for doing that. It's much better for showboating and sabre-rattling and grandstanding ending the kind of trump approach. If you like so I would say that really. It's not so much that you can avoid it but if you're really interested in diplomacy it might be a bit of a curse us because what's happening here is that we've got this a very elaborate system of global writing in which the rules have fundamentally changed a no one really fully understands how it's possible that war is being fundamentally rewritten but that is changing the rules and it makes it a nightmare. If you want to do what we would traditionally understand US diplomacy which would involve concessions climbed arms thinks that might be difficult for politicians things that would be difficult to maintain in in a sort of an environmental you know Phibro attention economy you know where everybody's struggling for likes and attention and so on and where a lot of the culture is driven by outrageous sentiment Caroliina are there any ways in which twitter has enabled diplomacy that it's actually made diplomacy easier or better or opened up constructive new ways in which it can be done. I think it has when we think about diplomacy in modern times really really realized in three pillars the first of these international law a complex subset of sort of the legal systems across the world and tweeter always it has very little impact on that but then manure start getting towards the second pillar of political strategy of negotiations of states wanting to achieve certain something in the the international system twitter might rate start playing some sort of a role but the third pillar which is public diplomacy of trying to get your message across I to audiences abroad. I think this is for twitter sort of potential of of just disseminating information in a way we can obviously debate whether it's not always positive information that gets resprayed around but it does have the power of getting messages across and then when we're looking at this third pillar of public diplomacy the twitter can have quite positive impact on on sort of statecraft. Richard does toy into your point. I think about how twitter is a useful tool for showboating. Thank sabre-rattling and grandstanding in fact. That's pretty much all anybody ever does with twitter but to what extent are those useful tools though to any ambassador the all or indeed state. Oh sure I mean there are absolutely vital tools their tools of war so I think it's very clear that if you look at the troll armies that it almost every major nation state has some form of troll army in other words they have paid individuals they have sock puppet spots and all the rest of it who exists to disseminate information that is likely to be destabilizing embarrassing problematic. Maybe fake it may be untrue but is going to cause problems for political industrial and other forms of opponent and even beyond states you think about a formation like the Islamic state which used the Internet to recruit the Grand Army for mobile theocracy never happened before and how did it do it. It did it by creating sewn own version of an online Omar a sort of almost like a national community from which it could draw resources recruits and using Hashtag jacking meaning and all the rest of it so obviously the standards are proving very useful but what's proven to be useful in terms of diplomacy as cyber war is often enough the the anticipated emerging properties of the system like nobody programmed the system for trolling for example that just happened to emerge out of it. Nobody programmed Graham D- Youtube to be good at so called Red pilling that just happens to be a feature of the system so actually I think a big part of our struggle now this to understand not what are the formal protocols and properties of twitter facebook all the rest of it but what are the emergent properties. What are the unintended consequences. What is if you like the unconscious of the
"milton keynes" Discussed on Daily Racing Form
"Very kind of you. I had a crazy weekend, man. I've never done that much video coverage done days in the DR studio, certainly done days at the at the races studios at Milton Keynes, but Friday, Saturday, Sunday nights, I was there not hosting which is even harder, but just holding down the guest chair for the USA racing coverage. It's tough man. The thing I had, but thing I felt the least comfortable with is at it gives you new respect for the TV g. folks the folks on the simulcast feeds across the nation having to do the inst- analysis in the wake of these races when you don't have figures in the case of the UK. I'm not even seeing the fractions. I'm just judging the paces based on what's visual in real time, and then I'm supposed to come back and say something intelligent. I think I faked it well enough manage. To give out a few winners. It was certainly a lot of fun working with some terrific pros each of the three nights up there, but that's tough stuff. When you were on FOX, did you have to do any of that instant analysis. I did. You know, it's, it's it actually, sometimes, you know, I know you said that shares more difficult than hosting the host on park gives me the gives me that he sees the so it's funny are who's probably know the preference in each each person has. It doesn't really bother me to do the instant analysis. It's actually sometimes best for me. I think the time I was on FOX, just like identified a couple of horses and what I, you know, the trip that they got in making wire. Why or why not? They ran the way they did just clarify where in complete agreement hosting is much harder because you've really got to keep everything going. Yeah, I thought you're saying you it was harder doing when you were doing on on nano far, easier being a guest than being a host. One of these days, maybe I'll get the opportunity to do that. Definitely looking ahead to continuing to add at the race as to my list of freelance glance. Nobody's gonna replace DR f is number one in my heart. I relish my new role as the our brand.
"milton keynes" Discussed on BBC Let's Talk About Tech
"But, but really making sure the country's laws. I won't be responsible if you put it in water or pear, or something like that, but it it's, it's quite amazing because it uses no more energy is noticeably better. I mean, it's not gonna fail a Rome. I'm not making that sort of, but it will. It makes a real difference. And I had this not long ago. I was staying somewhere at the phone beside me. I was listening to talking book actually, and it was just a little bit tinny in a little bit. You know, it was hard on the here here and I just wanted to fall asleep listening to it. So I wanted to be is listening and your speakers on small fans tend not be fantastic. I like pop into glass and Baba's my proverbial it was. It was fantastic and I slept like a baby and listen to my audio book and didn't great on my ears. I love it. That's a great life hack. Thanks for that. There's been lots of windows talked tonight actually, and continues from Gary and Milton Keynes. He is running windows ten, but he says he can't get updates to load the tall, and he's Ron all of the troubleshooters with no lock. It always says the falls could be missing. What should he do? So some of the windows updates are faulty. And the problem is with windows ten, they call it windows as service. In other words, in using it, you have to allow them to control what updates are applied and to a large extent when they are applied unless you're coporate user, you don't have the ability to to defer updates like you do with with no seven. And the problem is when they roll out tough update, it can. It can mess up. People's machines can render them inoperable. They're not liable apparently for any of it. So it can't be that all you can really do is try and roll back the the computer to a previous working state. And that's something you can do inside windows itself. I would create system restore points, so key points, it will either decide or you ask it to make a restore point system restore point. And then when things go wrong, you can say to the computer, please. Oh, back to this system restore point or the one before it was the one before that. And the idea is that you can take computer back to his loss working state. And in this case before the update, the problem with that is if the computer is rendered completely inoperable by the uptight, then you can't even away do that. Sometimes you can't even get to screen where you can request the rollback Robak. The other way is if you've done as we should all do regular up regular backups of our of our computers, then you could just restore the backup and just effectively overrun everything if depends, what type of backup you've done. So sometimes we, we image the whole hard drive. So that means the operating system, the apps and data all bites up and we can restore it. You know, completely fresh. You know, that's a, that's a good way of doing it. Others of us just back up the the files, you know, the documents that we've. Created like word files in the images and so forth. You can still go back into, but then what you need to do, you have to reinstall windows from scratch, and then rinse to the apps and then transfer back who your files and documents, and that's a much bigger job. So when you're doing backups, it's worth having a sort of combined approach of occasionally or perhaps frequently even overnight doings images of hard drive that's a bit by bit. The bottom copy of hard drives so that would reinstate everything and then as well as to to, you know, trickle backups, whereas the false change, it just makes no what's changed. And that can be done in the background. And it doesn't take a lot of a lot of processor all resource of the computer white from what you're doing..
"milton keynes" Discussed on Naked Astronomy, from the Naked Scientists
"We are go for launch okay also i can tell her let's play it cool all engines are started really good we like it there syrup up your crowd this is houston are you ready for the event hello welcome to the may twenty eighteen edition of space boffins we're in partnership with the naked scientists on richard holding him and with me is soon nelson and this time we've come to milton keynes in central england to discuss asteroids possibly hitting the maybe not in some might say that there's no better place to look ahead to the end of the world than milton keynes also we'll meet the romanian cosmonautics lou to the first international space station and confident that countries will continue to work together in space and as europe's peppy colombo mission to mercury arrives in french guiana ready for launch we chat to the project scientist who cannot wait for me i'm working in fourteen years now i'm this mission and finally it states very could launch the space cup now the open university in milton keynes has a pretty fantastic record actually when it comes to high profile mitch in recent years the first manmade object to touch the surface of titan with major milton keynes for the cassini hogan's mission and a team from the oh you lead one of the instruments on the philly landau that's the european rosetta mission which famously landed on comet sixty seven p but i'll guest it's fair to say is mostly interested in asteroids it's professor simon green head of planetary space sciences here and you even discovered an asteroid called not exactly the most sort of catch names thirty two hundred five and i'd say it sounds like i'm this thing but it's p h a e h n five hundred i think before you describe how you found it why did you name it then well this is all discover is quite an interesting object and so we have to follow international astronomical union naming conventions and for well known objects we have to choose classical.
"milton keynes" Discussed on Dear Hank and John
"Podcast but i searched and searched and i could not find milton keynes on that map of london so my question is where is milton qian's oh wait never mind i found them there in league two now jessica jessica harsh i don't know what you do for a living but you should in the burn business that's that's hard john that's hard hank you know i don't like to negative route but i also don't believe in absolutes have any kind there are always exceptions yeah i obviously because it it seems it seems that you negative route brady constantly this first question it comes from ari who asks dear hang john if the full moon happens every twenty eight days or every four weeks why does it always fall on the same day of the week the last two full moons have both been visible on a sunday but i remember the one in january happening on a wednesday or something what's going on the moon take days off work is it a ploy by the government to hypnotize us please help me understand my beautiful space girlfriend feeling starry ari oh my well i mean i i didn't know ari was in love with the moon but it's helpful i think that's going to change the way that i answered the question right an expert in this hank but my suspicion is that it's not exactly twenty eight days your suspicion is correct john yes in fact as i think twenty nine and a half days it's not of course precisely twenty nine and a half like the moon doesn't care how long the weakest the moon doesn't care how long day is what doesn't care like that's that system is completely separate from the earth sun system so they're not linked together in any way which is part of why our calendar is so messed up because we had a lunar calendar that were trying to go by and we're also trying to match it with the days when we were also trying to match that was the years and none of those things have anything to do with each other.
"milton keynes" Discussed on Kermode and Mayo's Film Review
"Awesome was it called it's called another new story so standing by four tony and rachel and drive what is our movie of the week plea on movie of the week is based now i didn't even we haven't chatted about it but i just knew it was going to be based this has been a something else production for bbc radio five live next week amy schumer talks i feel pretty the podcast available shortly now it's dr see at the end of just the beginning of drive that tony live see said abba have yes and he was correct correct i know in the space i feel is that we've changed the course of times we're not just the we recommended because by the time when we started it was abba singular now it's clearly abbott plural they said of heard them on that film review show they've been complaining about grammar and then even educated pizza milton keynes probably pizza in milton keynes just pizza milton keynes because you were talking about five star yes channel yes it's five star is a channel or is that five star all i five our aband but that that highlights that very well so five are aband but five is channel correct yeah that sounds i mean that sounds right to me the rolling stones are yes because they you know but the although the actually was only him wasn't it well yeah you see now is it the have reformed because that would just be matt what's his name is wasn't the only him anyway sensually squishy polity.
"milton keynes" Discussed on The WIRED Podcast
"Not in the classic northampton to london euston journey youthful beautiful if you like milton keynes is beautiful i love gray yeah i i think this is the thing is actually you know maybe we should just be a little more thinking well what do i wanna get my phone is it is it working for me and if so great don't be yourself spending three hours day on if not maybe think changer and another interesting thing play here is there's a certain degree of hypocrisy so the app we mentioned at the top there moment was developed by someone who used to work for google and i think the positive jobs has gone on record saying that his children weren't allowed to use ipads mark zuckerberg gwen question by congress early this week was very clear that he didn't want details of his life being shed this from a man who's put together the greatest sharing machine the world has ever seen yes so so who is it the telling us the we're spending too much trauma phones and we should change how we behave away it's the people that design these exact same systems of these kind of time things we have one of these people kind of very involved in this kind of like he kicks at the time well spent movement he coined that term that's been picked up by the bergen many people this is a guy called tristan harris and he is anything kind of outsider from silicon valley so he was part of a stanford human computer interaction class it was really famous for producing silicon valley entrepreneurs in the mid two thousand so the instagram founders came out of that class google founders came out from earlier form of that class load of facebook's eddie execs came of that and this guy harris was.
"milton keynes" Discussed on Dear Hank and John
"Gosh we lost shrewsbury one nil it was a pretty close game all things like i watched the whole game and i thought it looked pretty close most of the game shrewsbury definitely looked more likely team to score but they are second in league one actually i in league one now since they won that game so it makes sense that they were probably going to win however we are now on forty two points after thirty eight games they're eight games remaining in our league to season wimbledon are in nineteen th place on forty two points they are now just three points there only two points clear of the relegation zone and only three points separate afc wimbledon from twenty second place milton qian's so the nightmare scenario that this comes down to the final week and either the franchise currently playing it straight milton keynes or afc wimbledon are facing the drop is looking possible and terrifying wimbledon probably need to win two games and draw one or two in order to stay up i think at this point but that means getting results some kind of results from almost half of our remaining games which is possible but challenging so please keep wimbledon in your thoughts far john i was just looking through the d'esposito music video and i'm a little worried about the amount of time we will spend looking at side boop i'm not as concerned about that as about the amount of time that we're going to be looking at like justin bieber justin bieber.
"milton keynes" Discussed on Under the Skin with Russell Brand
"Yeah but i mentioned before the relationship between the internal world and the extent of world a person's consciousness person's psyche and these external systems within which we interrelate and whether or not there is an an objective severance and an objective separation between the inner world in the world is something that we could limitless lee speculate on bet it does seem to me the individuals when they interface deeply with these kind of systems you're defining seduced by stock aside that the black flag does consume the red in the flag no i'm i'm going to be optimistic about the only thing i'm going to be optimistic about we have capacity to suppress the darkness but we have to recognize it but he's take place on an individual level individual and collective dialectical level that is i don't make the cannot separate myself from the people that are constantly influence on me so anyway we have to allow it it has to be a chi that people have flawed what did you do wrong did you might mistakes how many more hours do you have of course made me i make mistakes everyday only fanatics don't make mistakes in their own mind we have to stop we'll have to stop the only we'll do it again that's maybe we can we can continue nothing's well maybe you can think this enough i'd like to go to athens when last time i went there were still at it it's got into a fight in a strip club it was very very low frequency behavior at lights go by different lewis time home of democracy to bring about utopia anticipate these incredible is all right in athens that's good you've been listening to russell brand on the skin on cobblestone i'm now and let me yanni's verify case very good yanni is one on an education thanks company on next time he's athens charming busted up enjoyed that episode of under the skin it was sponsored by my book recovery which can get on amazon or bookshop new your house probably you can also get the audio book on audible come see me onto as well stokeontrent on the twenty six mar palm of on the twenty seventh of march plymouth on the twenty eighth of march milton keynes on the second right brooke can you hear the anita coffee little bit.
"milton keynes" Discussed on Dear Hank and John
"Goes in the middle name i think it goes to the middle name now in the case of our cousin mike and our uncle mike unfortunately that is not a tiebreaker so then i gotta go to junior or senior and since jill comes before so in the alphabet i think our cousin mike calls back our uncle mike in that sense i think that that also would happen just by virtue of the fact that are uncle mike would be like mexican economy back no i can't see our uncle mike really rushing to do an act that phone call yeah just i love my uncle mike so much he is an amazing amazing person i really i just i admire so much about him he is the coolest he is such a cool guy however if if there is a disconnected call the chances that he's going to call me back are well below zero negative negative chances that you're going to get the callback from from uncle mike speaking of negative chances hake can i share with you the news from afc will all know oh i'm sorry i've been following and i feel like i'm i shouldn't be am i in my bad luck i don't know so good in january so very very very bad in february afc will then have slipped back into the dreaded relegate no currently in 21st place just ahead of the franchise currently plying its traded milton keynes hank i am not a professional script writer of third tier english football but if i were if i were writing the narrative of the 2017 2018 season i think we all know where it goes from me here it comes down to the loan with the season on may fifth thinned either the franchises going down or the dawn's are going down.
"milton keynes" Discussed on Graham Norton
"Just be supportive to your sister it your moments missing out claire that's a genius an observation and yeah i did if the mother roll with the punches of having gay son you know so this now a baby in the in the world what's your mother expect xue married the father in a shock on ceremony get over at some emma um um the uh o on final advice and this is we are one bbc ladies and gentlemen listened to the arches on radio before they are dealing with his exact problem of the moment nuts from tiny near possibly tiny tempo of noxious fan tom lives in milton keynes no that's not the proper he's in a band and is it a band and in which going really well the loving at the british getting their groove on ladies and gentleman and they think let's move it up a notch let's exum some demos lets you know cut some tracks that kind of thing in a drop some new june's bought air one problem is the problem is at one of the people in the band he not they goud a whispering these marvellous sense so does and while her they're less than marvellous so uh any keep saying olga practice more than dozen so he still just rubbish so they're thinking if we want to move forward and we do all want to move forward and then we need to get rid of it how do we do that without ruining our friendship i've just thought of something i've just sort of proper solution what use you disband the band disband the band just everybody stop every walk away the band is over and then leave it for a couple of months and start a new band and he's not in it.
"milton keynes" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM
"The difference between milton keynes and the pulse of yo get the answer is the paul touvier that has culture so why would milton keynes even enter a competition to become a european capital of culture that is obvious as leader of the city council pete mal and we think they would have brought in off with two hundred to three hundred million pounds in the perry between now and and 2020 three it would have really boosted the economy liverpool reckons that after eight won the title in two thousand to it made more than a billion dollars thanks to the big increase in visitors hotel bookings restaurant prophet sand even inward investment marland is more than a little ticked off that british cities are now banned from even bidding for the title on my office and pray pest him because i am a i'm i'm really annoyed but can a british city really be considered a european capital of culture after brexit tourism chief and lim hang gauntlett you know we all still part of your will leaving the european union because of this decision on breaks it but we are part of your it we have relationships with your it we think any a european way and she says think again about milton keynes record asian made reality this town has plenty of culture it has news will clossal castro and very successful theater and in spite of all the concrete around here the surrounding villages i'll steeped in history uh the words of amazing grace were composed by a local clergyman local museum tells his story and not far from the centre of milton keynes is a fascinating slice of more recent history as told in many feature films and documentaries september nineteen thirty nine as britain declared war nazi germany extraordinary ragtag army was being assembled at bletchley park in bucking the.
"milton keynes" Discussed on Kermode and Mayo's Film Review
"Do things the film succeeds in making him more sympathetic them because i think he's funny and in milton keynes says it's worth hanging around for the titles because they do when the title start running i think that's where they oppose their scenes with the saints with instantly what hanging around right till the very very end tie because there's something else at the very very end which is their only for for the fines but don't leave don't leave okay which fell correspondents are to be believed by this time the lights will be out the exiled clear and people will be literally sweeping this under your fear is that gravity is someone who fell in love with a ridiculous dialogue acting in general look of the room teramae i was very excited he had james franco's going to tell tell me was story but the only question i didn't get to ask them is when the kmi how isn't going to arms why do you say wizards in the failure he will that they referred to was told me wiser but within he refers to himself was told me was 0 but then he does it in that in new orleans can you imagine but it's exactly my only concern was surely no imitation could on of the real thing thankfully franco's adaptation of the disaster artist did not disappoint the relationship between mark told me was well told in the recreation of the film scenes was hilarious and very very accurate what surprised me the most is how i felt for both mark and tell me i started to really feel for mark has he clearly began to realize told me might not be the hero we first thought and most surprisingly tommy who i've spent the last few years laughing at on youtube i really started to feel for him at the.
"milton keynes" Discussed on BBC Radio 4
"Year if the government take steps to develop the region spanning oxford milton keynes bedford and cambridge lauded own is a former labor transport secretary wants ministers to work with local councils to provide one million new homes and jobs by 2050 he's calling for new transport links and the building of the first new towns in the uk in fifty years lauded onus told us local authorities had been supportive i found a very very warm reception from the local authority litas in this area that if we can offer a deal transformed transport connections particularly rayo said that we o'clock clock up the roads and we can get him fast and reliably it's the big centers of employment's in this area than they will be prepared to build more homes as part of the deal the charity citizens advice says more than a million credit card users who are struggling financially have had their credit limits put up in the last year without being asked it's going on the chancellor to ban unsolicited increases in his budget next our personal finance correspondent simon compass reports there's already been widespread criticism of cod companies pushing up credit limits without being asked now citizens advice says its research shows this is happening in an alarming number of cases often to be blue konta four to borrow more based on a sample of 1300 card users the charity estimates that over the last year as many as six million may have had their credit limits put up without their consent one point four million of these were struggling financially the card companies say they have agreed to abide by voluntary code of conduct being developed with the financial watchdog the fca which would protect struggling customers but citizens advice is calling for the chancellor to impose a bagged all credit limit increases which haven't been requested talks aimed at forming a new coalition government in germany are due to resume later after the parties involved failed to meet yesterday's deadline set by the chancellor angela merkel the german leader has said a number of profound differences remain is a berlin correspondent guinea hill the jananese papers call it michael party poker and frankly michael the stakes could not be higher she's weakened after a poor result in september's general election have any chance of forming a government now an unprecedented alliance between three very different political groupings at 4 o'clock this morning after fifteen hours.
"milton keynes" Discussed on BBC Let's Talk About Tech
"And it's functionally identical goes you don't get to twiddle the physical knobs in quite the same way but an amazing thing and since you know may be one would still pick up on ebay and victory spent thousands on again can be had for pennies in some cases so for something like that but it's worth having a look any apps you might want to run and make sure that they are available on on both because no everything is available on android and no everything to the same quality apples strength is also its weakness so it strengthens said there are only a few handsets the people have to write for software writers like it because it's a more predictable whereas we've android there know there are many different brands and many different changing models it's difficult but the weakness lap lose if you don't if you're not happy with what may often you there's no other choice i mean you can't get oil west for many other manufacturer wiz with android you could go samsung you know who courage tcu we fuca lg you'll suneel have you and so you can get much more of this look the feel the screen size and the facilities that you want so he's really depends what you're off darts a aabsolutely i like l eight five nine nine six nine three is the number to call with all your red tech christ is the feds he tonight here on up all night we are at bbc five live on social media you can email up all night at bbc dealt code uk e k as heavy you can text his own eight five five eight is a quick check of the emails anthony has email from milton keynes.
"milton keynes" Discussed on talkRADIO
"A day one honest and fulfill an amazing story that was as they will in boom with its go now two billion milton keynes morning bill you're on short ready what are your thoughts on this pinch williams asking you the question is holding do think we should legalise drugs over to you bill all hard poll our karelia villa i'll tell you believe they should be legalised abu i do understand that they but but deary beyond it sounds absolutely ridiculous particularly to corners people don't have never taking drugs yoga group have you them that i have you taken drugs yeah i had when i was younger i can become a reagan cocaine addict or or junk arkin hi please you can win were legal um all right i i drink ahmad alcoholic there are yes cultural horror stories that i'm not even even trying to say the drug good good i'm known by all by the justice despite a smart marking it just as bad as alcohol bob movement we creating criminals we need to trade is a health issue we need to stop in these people was criminals when he could pike the power adulthood the power of and gary hit a government allow me to regulate that go we thought of it actually she would take an extreme and she was everything wherever it was a killed and even decide really bad i'm not but billion a year even if the government taxes it and this is what i said that the government taxes it the drug dealers will still be there because they will find a way to undercut the price and undercut the government the all these took dealers aren't going to suddenly turned into nice people they're going to stay in that murky world and they're gonna find a wet as we heard earlier on yes of course you can buy very cheap cigarettes illegally but most people don't use to do that most people don't wanna buy the little they go to their newsagents or the tobacconist with a supermarket and they buy the flags they legally but i said whether available legal illegal alcohol is a vital much more cheaply but people don't want it was bike in the little clearly can i ask you a question do you think the war on drugs been one now i didn't think there is a.
"milton keynes" Discussed on Dear Hank and John
"Right well the game start soon but you should go to the afc wimbledon website to check it out also in the the the the games have been released the the list of games you know the lake scheduled that's what it's called for the list of games on the traditional listing of the gave a afc will than's first game is on august fifth against scunthorpe amine it's always it's always a wonderful day when you get to visit scunthorpe um and then then they play brentford shrewsbury and fleet would and don caster and barn it all in august so it's going to be a big august for us and then the sort of you know the the matches that everyone looks to september twenty second a playing against the franchise that currently plies its trade in milton keynes and a port smith one of the biggest clubs in league one on september ninth so it's about to start hank they the season starts on august fifth scunthorpe i i'm very nervous i'm not gonna lie not going to pretend i'm not nervous i'm extremely nervous i i i'm i'm also nervous for you it does seem a little bit like there aren't going to be enough players is lyle taylor so the well taylor still there and there are technically enough players saying we've we've already played a couple of of preseason matches at you'd have eleven people on the pitch that's good the era of yes it's good to hear i had the.