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Canadian Sentenced to 11 Years in China in Spying Case Tied to Huawei

BBC World Service

00:54 sec | 11 months ago

Canadian Sentenced to 11 Years in China in Spying Case Tied to Huawei

"Court has jailed a Canadian businessman for 11 years for spying in the case that's caused a major rift between the two countries. The Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau, said the sentence given to Michael Sparber was unjust and absolutely unacceptable. More from Robin brand. The court in Dandong in the north of China sentenced him to 11 years in jail, adding that he will also be deported, although it didn't clarify when the latter would happen. Mr Speaker ran a business in the city just on the border with North Korea, where he organized cultural visits. He was arrested in the days after the Huawei executive men Guangzhou was detained in Canada accused of fraud. Her extradition battle is expected to come to a head soon. The Canadian authorities insist the cases are linked Accusing China of hostage diplomacy. It's something Beijing has denied.

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"mr speaker" Discussed on C-SPAN Radio

C-SPAN Radio

02:08 min | 1 year ago

"mr speaker" Discussed on C-SPAN Radio

"Right, Well, Mr Speaker, he's make a bit of a mountain out of a boat. If I may I may. I respectfully suggest, uh, councils will be under an obligation to provide free photo id to anybody who wants it, And I do think it's reasonable to protect the public in our elections from the idea of voter for nobody wants to see it. And by the way, I don't think that elections in this country should be in any way clouded or contaminated by the system. Bishop of voter fraud, and that's what we're trying to prevent. My right. Thank you very much. Mr Speaker, and I was pleased to see my right honourable friend in Cornwall for a very successful G 77. Whilst I know he didn't manage to get south East Cornwall. I can assure him that Lou is a very beautiful coastal town. The problem is Lou Floods regularly Will my right honourable friend speak to government departments to get this sorted. Mhm through my honourable friend. Just thank again the people of Cornwall scientists, everybody. It was a wonderful hospitality that the G seven had a and assure her that I'm aware of the problem. The flooding in blue and I can tell her that my writing within the environment secretary has met normal council discussed the matter and we will do everything we can to sort it out. You'll have it. Thank you, Mr Speaker. I'd like to add my voice on behalf of the party to the comments about 77 on the morning of 77. I was at a meeting at U C L H a N E. As the information started coming through, and I would pay tribute to every single one of those frontline staff that I worked alongside all night D. It was a long shift, and it was a long walk home that evening. The prime minister talks about vaccines. Accurate surveillance is really important as well. It's equally as important and on the fifth Think that March, the department health social Care Minister Lord Bethell's on Twitter said that Omega Diagnostics and the logic we're in line for two million lateral occluded by order per.

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"mr speaker" Discussed on C-SPAN Radio

C-SPAN Radio

02:31 min | 1 year ago

"mr speaker" Discussed on C-SPAN Radio

"Will foster protesters in the thank you. Now, Mr Speaker, can I have order in the chamber? The house will be in order. House will be in order, okay? Freeze. This'll is a video montage.

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Rep. Marjorie Taylor Greene removed from House committees

Colorado's Morning News with April Zesbaugh and Marty Lenz

04:39 min | 1 year ago

Rep. Marjorie Taylor Greene removed from House committees

"News. Last night, House Republican leadership met for hours trying to decide what to do about controversial GOP congresswoman Marjorie Taylor Greene. In the end, the deeply divided house voted 230 to 1 99 to strip her of her committee seats over incendiary remarks she made before being elected in November. Before the vote, Congressman Greene spoke to her colleagues saying it all started after President Trump was elected. She certainly supported him. But she didn't like what she heard about Russian collusion. These things bothered me deeply. And I realized just watching CNN or Fox News. I may not find the truth. And so what I did is I Started looking up things on the Internet, asking questions like most people do everyday use Google And I stumbled across something and this is at the end of 2017 called Q it on Well, these posts were mainly about this Russian collusion, information. Ah, lot of it was some of what I would see on the news at night, and I got very interested in it. So I posted about it on Facebook or read about it. I talked about it. Ask questions about it, and then more information came from it. But you see, here's the problem throughout 2018. Because I was upset about things and didn't trust the government. Really? Because the people here weren't doing the things that I thought they should be doing for us. The things that I just told you I cared about And I want, you know, a lot of Americans don't trust our government, and that's sad. The problem with that is, though, is I was allowed to believe things that weren't true, and I would ask questions questions about them and talk about them. And that is absolutely what I regret. Because if it weren't for the face, book post and comments that I liked and 2018, I wouldn't be standing here today and you couldn't point a finger and accuse me of anything wrong. Because I've lived a very good life that I'm proud of. My family's proud of my husband's proud of my Children are proud of And that's what my district elected me for. So in 20 later in 2018. When I started finding Miss information lies things that were not true in these. Q and on post, I stopped believing it. After Congressman Greene spoke Majority leader Steny Hoyer reference the historic nature of this vote. It was pretty historic when you think about what they did last night, where 11 Republicans joined Democrats in voting to kick her off of those committees. I've had the great honor of serving this body for 40 years. And in that time I have never encountered a situation like the one before us. Now we remember has made such vile and hurtful statements engaged in harassment of colleagues. Expressed support. Political violence. To do nothing. Would be an abdication of our moral responsibility to our colleagues to the house to our values to the truth and to our country. I've heard some condemnation from across the aisle of the contents. Representative Green statements. Some have condemned the white supremacist an anti Semitic things, she said, and posted online, some of condemned the falsehood she shared about 9 11. And the horrific school shootings. But I've heard little from Republicans about the horrific statements made by their colleague making threats of violence against Democratic elected officials. And her threatening conduct towards represented Bush and others. Indeed, Mr Speaker, there seems to be much silence when it comes to her incitement of political violence. Short while ago Representive Green came to this Florida defender indefensible conduct. I heard no apology. She claimed that we are here today only because of something she wrote online before she ever ran for Congress. And if one's moral slate is wiped claim when one becomes a candidate for office Regardless, the conduct we are judging today continued to occur even after represented Green became a candidate and even after she was elected, there is no doubt that if somebody came to the Congress, and it said before they came to gun Congress Am for violent revolution against the government of the United States of America, that your party Would say That's not somebody we want to be associated with. That's not what she said. I do not assert that What should we do Less? Then you did for Steve King for far less toxic language. Let us not do nothing. Let us do the right thing. Majority Leader Steny Hoyer last night before that historic vote 6

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"mr speaker" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

09:35 min | 1 year ago

"mr speaker" Discussed on KQED Radio

"And that's a strongly held position on which I've been clear since well before representative Bin Klein, Republican of Virginia, the adoption of this political resolution would be divisive rather than unifying. Vice president has said he has no intention of taking action under the amendment, so this process is pure political theater on the part of the majority. In addition, no due process has been provided. As a former prosecutor of law enforcement, brought evidence of a crime to me and said, Take this to the jury tomorrow for a jury trial. There'd be no chance for the defendant to prepare any defense. I'd be violating half the Constitution, Dakota, Virginia over 100 different rules of procedure. More than 50 years Since the 25th amendment was ratified, Section four has never Been invoked. Such there no judicial or authoritative opinions that would evaluate its implementation and absent this, we must must look to the legislative intent of the Congress that passed its language and nowhere in the legislative intent is the current situation envisioned. Meant to be used for incapacity, not for political ends with eight days remaining in a president's term. Last week vice president Pence was lauded by the majority for not yielding to pressure to exert power beyond his constitutional authority to determine the outcome of the election. Yet the majority today is attempting to pressure him to exert power beyond the intention of his constitutional role in section for the 25th amendment. This action will only further fuel the political divide among our citizens. Will be detrimental to the long term efforts to unify our country. Mr Speaker. Both President Trump and President elect by and have called for a peaceful transition of power would encourage members of both parties to work toward this end. And vote against this rushed, misguided, politically motivated resolution. I go back. I mean, years back reserve, gentlemen. Reserved gentlemen. Reserves the gentleman from Maryland. My now yield. One minute Miss Lofgren, General Lady from California Mr Offerman, chairman as O'Laughlin Administration committee is recognized. Mr Speaker last week is we can't ID electoral college votes. I said this day marks a crossroads for our American democracy. We didn't know. Then what an ominous statement. That was we do now. Congress was attacked by a violent mob incited by the president to stop us from doing our constitutional job. The president not only encouraged the mob, he said, he loved them. And may no serious effort to stop them. Lives were lost and put in danger. Constitutional government was urgently threatened. The president's actions were not only wrong, they were dangerous. He lives in an alternate reality. He's a continuing threat to America. Vice president. Pence would invoke the 25th amendment assume presidential duties until the inauguration next week and save us from a president who is unable to function. Unable to protect our country. I urge all including my Republican colleagues to put politics aside. Act to secure the safety of our country. We truly are at a crossroads for our American democracy. Gentlemen from Maryland. I reserve reserve. Right. The gentleman from Ohio is recognized. Ms. Speaker you two minutes to the gentleman from Arizona. Mr Donovan's recognized. Thank you, Mr Speaker. The violence, the capital last week, has been condemned by Republicans, Democrats and by President Trump. So I wonder, why are the Democrats stoking the fire instead of dousing the flames? This. This 25th amendment resolution is actually similar with some differences from the proposal filed in October of this year. By this same representative and joined by 42 Democrats. The problem that time is they were trying to representative and beings Republican Arizona. They want the vice president, too. Invoked the other portion of Article four. But the problem, of course, is The vice president said. Very lovely letter to them, saying he's not going to do that. So our nation is divided. And while folks on the left are trying to lay this on President Trump You should consider a few. A few statements from colleagues across the aisle. One of our colleagues at one point said If you see anybody from that cabinet meeting Mr Trump's Cabinet in a restaurant and department stores, gas stations, you get out and you create a crowd and you push back on them. And you tell them they're not welcome here. They're not welcome anymore anywhere. Senator Booker calling for his supporters to go to the hill today. Get up and please get up in the face of some Congress, people. I have dozens of more similar statements. But what we're talking about here today is a resolution asking the vice president To invoke The 25th amendment and get the cabin together to remove this president and what that does it is basically doing with Democrats wrongfully claim President Trump did On January 6. It pours gas on the smoldering embers, which consists of tens of millions who believe the integrity of the election was questionable. They feel disenfranchised and quite frankly, they are more angry than aggrieved. Some believed that by doing this is going to be healing. I heard this gentleman say this in the rules committee that doing doing this today would be healing. And yet, the vice president said he's not going to do that. And if this resolution is to ask the vice president to invoke this 25th amendment Gentleman has an additional 30 seconds. Thank you. If this is what the purpose of this is to ask the vice president Then the purposes now know, and we'll just mention as representative Andy Biggs finishes. They're adding a little bit of context when he says millions of people feel disenfranchised because they feel the election was stolen from their side. He's correct about people's feelings does leave out that the president has lied to the country for a couple of months about his defeat in the election, which was affirmed by all 50 states and dozens of courts don't get in the way. And just that apparent my left the last speaker. I'm asking friends across the aisle. Don't do this thing. Gentlemen from Ohio You reserve And we'll continue to the Democratic side, Gentlemen from Maryland, Mr Speaker, the gentleman Reasonably poses the question. Why are we doing this? Jamie Raskin again. The president, I'd states constitutes a clear and present danger to the Republic and to our people. For example, on the white supremacist web sites that helped to build the president's mob. They are now calling for a return engagement. On the days of January, 19th and 20. They're calling again for an attack on the Capitol, and they're calling again. For the state legislatures. Now in 50 states to be surrounded. What will the attitude be of the president of United States? Will he give them aid and comfort? Well, he winked at them. Will he send them positive tweets and messages calling them Patriots. Also one extreme right wing websites. They're calling for the president to pardon the organizers of the armed, violent insurrection that took place in this body, not even a week ago. And what if the president decides to part in them? We know this president is not living up to the most minimal duties of his office. That's why we're doing this to protect the public, and by the way, we're not telling the vice president What he must do. We have no authority to do that. We're telling him what he thinks he should do and that the Congress will be with him because we know that he has come under extreme right wing pressure on everything from the counting of the electoral College votes to his positions on a whole range of things to go along with Donald Trump. So we're trying to counterbalance that attack on him from the right to say the people want to see a peaceful way through this. With that. I will recognize Miss Jackson Lee for women generated from Texas Miss Jackson Lee is recognized. Accountability comes before Sheila Jackson Lee, representative from Texas Democrat If we look at the Constitution will clearly see that Mr Raskin's resolution fits the language. An inability to be able to discharge your duties to exercise the laws carefully. Do you consider these words from the president of the United States to insurrectionists and to Maris? You walk down to the Capitol tells the president telling them if you don't fight like hell, you're not gonna have a country anymore. And that is the attack that the domestic terrorist made on this place. All we're asking the vice president through this resolution is reflect on that. And the call upon the 25th amendment to convene the Cabinet to begin the healing because Mr the President, United States is dangerous to the American people. That is why we're on the floor today. We hope that he will have an opportunity to reflect because the Constitution says, in many places that the actions of this president is dangerous. People have died. We have lost two police officers, others air in the hospital. And yes, it was an insurrection. It is time to pass a dress to anyone. Your latest time has expired. The gentleman from Maryland do you reserve? Yes, Gentlemen. Reserves gentleman from Ohio. Now we go back to Jim Jordan has been managing the debate on the Republican side and he passes to a colleague. Mr. Speaker..

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EU officials formally sign post-Brexit trade deal with UK

AP News Radio

00:55 sec | 1 year ago

EU officials formally sign post-Brexit trade deal with UK

"This is Lou makers have been asked to approve a one thousand two hundred page brexit trade agreement in one day to beat immediacy deadline top European Union official signed the document not long before U. K. prime minister Boris Johnson urged U. K. legislators to back the deal in the heart of this bill is one of the biggest free trade agreements in the world as well as we discussed in this chamber many times Mr speaker a comprehensive Canada style deal worth over six hundred and sixty billion pas son will make his gripes about be given any five hours in parliament to scrutinize the deal that will mean profound changes for Britain's economy and society but it is highly likely to get the backing from the house of Commons what Johnson's concepto party has a large majority former prime minister Theresa may said it's not the deals he had hoped for we have a deal in trade which benefits the E. U.'s button also deal in services which would have benefited the U. K. Karen Thomas London

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"mr speaker" Discussed on C-SPAN Radio

C-SPAN Radio

02:24 min | 1 year ago

"mr speaker" Discussed on C-SPAN Radio

"Mr. Mr Speaker. We're confident that the UK will prosper, whether on on Canada style arrangements or on Australia style terms in light of the new opportunities which the end of the transition period Grimm is the prime minister aware of the ambitious economic growth proposition developed in Buckingham shirt, and Will he back this bold bid for bucks to ensure that fucking I'm sure continues to increase. Its contribution to the exchequer, a win for the businesses of bucks and a win for the leveling up agenda. Yes, indeed, Mr Speaker, and I know that Buckingham should cancel eyes working closely with my old friend that she is on and with partners across the across the voluntary sector, and we have indeed being in initial discussions with fucking show about their proposals and happy taking forward. I said that To Scotland with Ronnie Callen, Ronnie cower and very much Mr Speaker. Prime Minister will use this me that I was for the number of drug related deaths reported in Scotland yesterday. Because if you wear And you can do something about it, not just in Scotland. But across United Kingdom. Obstacles exist to the creation of drug consumption rooms, and those obstacles can be a little. There's one second just to say I'm not responsibly keep seeing you and honestly, I don't want to respond Brandy of this My apologies, Mr Speaker. I'm overstepped this medication to the type myself. The pipe minister you nobody will exist across the United Kingdom to the creation of drug consumption rooms on those obstacles can be removed at Westminster. Leave it with you, Jake own ideological view. The doctor's sanctions and college don't taking rule that prime Minister engaged with me and allow me the opportunity. They have the plague Minister, do a good thing. Minister. Well, Mr Speaker V. I listened very Catholic, but we're gonna have to say I made. I must say that we don't want to do anything that that would encourage the consumption of more drugs Mr Speaker, Nor do we want to de criminalize.

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"mr speaker" Discussed on KOMO

KOMO

01:40 min | 1 year ago

"mr speaker" Discussed on KOMO

"Automatically. Mr Speaker on December 2nd on we will. Then I hope very much be able to get this country going again to get businesses to get shops open again. In the run up to Christmas, one difference this time schools will remain open. Elsewhere. Hungary's minister of foreign affairs and Trade has tested positive for the Corona virus after arriving in Thailand for unofficial visit, he just arrived from Cambodia and life and Vienna's returning to something like normal Austrian authorities investigate whether a 20 year old man who fatally shot four people in attack claimed by the Islamic state Group. Had any accomplices more than 20. People were also injured in that attack. I'm Tom Rivers at the ABC News Foreign desk in London County woman has become the first convicted felon ever elected to the state Legislature in modern history. Helmsman to Factor shares. Air Comeback story Bremerton attorney Terrorist Simmons has won the state's 23rd legislative district seat on upbringing of poverty, abuse, drugs and bad decisions left her a felon locked up in prison while their she decided to get clean and go to law school. She graduated from Seattle University and won a Supreme Court battle to allow her to take the bar exam and was sworn in two years ago. Back then, she told Cho Mo say is the O'Malley of really long and hard journey and she hoped her story since a message. You are never defined by your worst mistakes that you can keep coming back. There's always a way after easily winning her race. Simmons tweeted thanks to her team and said from the big house to the Statehouse. We do recover. Manda Factor. Comeau news traffic.

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"mr speaker" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

05:41 min | 1 year ago

"mr speaker" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"That rushing a Supreme Court nomination. Is more important than helping and supporting the American people who are suffering, saying the Republicans want Judge Barrett on the high court to overturn a PSA and Roe v. Wade. But Republican Senator Joni Ernst says the court needs to stay close to the written law. The Supreme Court has become A super Legislature. For Congress that frankly won't come together. Discuss these tough issues. And do its job questions begin tomorrow. Leadership wants a vote next week. Facebook says it's gonna ban post that deny the Holocaust. It says its decision at this time is supported by documented evidence of a rise in anti Semitism globally. Bloom works, Kurt Wagner says it is based on some Facebook research. They found that almost a quarter of people between the age of 18 and about 40 actually thought that the Holocaust was a myth. And so if you look at those numbers, and you say, Wow, a quarter people don't believe this. This is a dangerous thing to continue to let you know spread on our service. So, he says Science of Facebook is actually looking at whether poster harmful of people. Dr. Anthony Fauci on CNN today, says the U. S heads into the winter months. The worst thing that can happen for health and for the economy is for people to not be taking precautions, like wearing masks. I think what people think that when we talk about public health That we're talking about shutting down. Let's get that off the table. We're not talking about shutting down. We're talking about a simple public health measures. This is President Trump heads on a trail to a stadium now filled with people standing shoulder to shoulder. With preponderance not wearing mask His doctors say he has negative tested negative for Covad, 19 and UK is Prime Minister Boris Johnson has announced new restrictions to control a surge with bars and pubs closing in the hardest hit areas of the country. Mr Speaker. This is not how we want to live our lives, but this is the narrow path we have to trade Between the social and economic for more of a full lock down on the massive human on the economic cost of an uncontained epidemic, he says. It's a three tier system depending on severity. It begins the Liverpool city region in San Francisco. I met Baxter. This is Bloomberg. Brian Thank you very much. Let's get to our guest Request, executive director of international Business and clients at print Principal Global investors. Kirk Thanks very much for joining us here, Uh, the action today in the market to suggest a couple of things it seems like Market is okay now with no stimulus in the short term, and that a contested election is is not very likely now given the pole readings. But the problem is that the virus is not going away and without the stimulus. There's some fears there, so the money rushes back into tech work from anywhere type of stocks. Do you see it that way? And is that a strategy that you think will continue for a while? Brian. Hello. That's goingto. Thank you. As always, for having me on the show. I think you're right on all accounts. But let me explain. I didn't think the hostess of many of its package you know, prior to the election of fading, so you are saying invested to gravitate towards the eyes make a cat stuffed with strong balance sheet quality countries with a catch. I think you saw that in the market today. Um But only on the endemic front and again. That really is the key here. They continue to become more confident. Both intend to therapeutic and of vaccine being distributed make next year. Abel. We feel very comfortable with risk, and on that basis, we would see equity markets continue to be supported. Kirk doesn't seem like the four more trade. It's back. I mean, it's been tried and tested and given where we are right now, with the virus spread for Mo is back. I think what this year has taught it once again, as in there Its time in the market. Rather than timing, the market. Anyone who looked to get out of the market place march on any of the pullback as being hurt. And I think that will continue on the race and I think that will continue is The economic recovery is underway. We've seen that in or the doctor. We know that there's going to be continued monetary support from central banks. We do expect further fiscal report. And we do know that a lot of operational leverage exists in cos once growth comes back so It could be. You're right. But I think it's just a case that Equities on a relative basis is still the better investment over the long term. We also had quite a strong rally in the China markets yesterday. In fact, the past couple of days up more than 5% sensory opening after the break the week long holiday. Are you interested in Hong Kong and China at the moment? And if so, why? Well, we actually have started to go overweight, emerging markets and that its much cyclical play cities a view that we remain very positive on China. China has indeed had a proper couple and we still played 20 running that way are overweight, nurturing market preference Asia within nature, Wolf.

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"mr speaker" Discussed on WLS-AM 890

WLS-AM 890

01:39 min | 1 year ago

"mr speaker" Discussed on WLS-AM 890

"Their economic policy is like quick Mr Speaker by only We'll bust I say, I say that was a prick over. That's Ah Prime Minister Boris Johnson, who had it back in April had to go to the hospital for think the better part of a week. Also, the Brazilian president had it. Ah Honduran President had it. Polaris, Monaco, Guatemala, Bolivia, Dominican Republic, India, Israel, South Africa, South Sudan. Gambia and others. So Donald Trump's not alone on now, John you mentioned in your last a newscast Think Stephen Miller Miller, advisor advisor to the president states, he also has tested positive doesn't mean he's Doesn't mean his experience any symptoms, but he's tested positive. Do we know how Caylee is faring? It is she does she feel right. Have you kept up with her Twitter feed today? I have not. So I don't know how Kayleigh mcenany is doing. You would presume that she is at home. Isolating because she also tested positive for our covert 19 so but hands news about Steven Miller just came out in the last half hour. The joint Chiefs. They're all isolated now because the head of the Coast Guard tested positive. I think all in all 36 people in the White House sort of community have now tested positive. That Something's right. That sounds right coming up next considering the pandemic pot use is way way way up. But gambling is way way way down. That's problematic for a budget. Capital News. Peter Hancock joins us next year and wools.

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UK leader: Britain at “perilous turning point,” scraps back-to-work drive, tightens restrictions amid virus resurgence

Morning Edition

03:48 min | 1 year ago

UK leader: Britain at “perilous turning point,” scraps back-to-work drive, tightens restrictions amid virus resurgence

"The prime minister of the UK announced new pandemic restrictions to help get the Corona virus under control. Mr Speaker. We will spare no effort in developing vaccines treatments. New forms of mass tested. But unless we palpably make progress, we should assume that the restrictions I've announced will remain in place. For perhaps six months. Great. Britain had been making the opposite of progress after a summer when life largely returned to normal Corona virus numbers in the UK Rose, NPR London correspondent Frank Langfitt is living all of this. Hey there, Frank. Hey, Steve. What of the restrictions and how big a difference is it? Yeah, it's one of things is sort of a curfew for pubs, bars and restaurants are going to have to close at 10 P.m. Bar's Johnson also telling people to work from home if they can to avoid spreading the disease, which is a reversal of the government's position. This is coming after we're up to about 6000 Day in terms of cases, and this is what Johnson also had to say in the House of Commons today. This is the moment when we must act. If we can curb the number of daily infections on DH, reduce the reproduction rate toe one Then Then we we can can save save lives lives protected protected in in a a chest chest on on the the most most vulnerable vulnerable and and shelter shelter the the economy. economy. And And what what he's he's saying saying here. here. Steve Steve is is the the UK UK needs needs to to do do this this now now to avoid the kind of lock down that we saw back in March, which devastated a lot of businesses here, Okay, reducing the reproduction rate to one. That's a statistic he wants each new person on average tow infect less than one new person, although just saying the pub should close it. 10. Is that really a big enough change to make a difference? No, Steve. Most people don't seem to say that I see it that way. And I will include my daughter, Catherine in that she actually works our neighborhood pub and I talked about it this morning. And she says, you know, Late at night. People do get drunk, They become affectionate and there's a lot of ignoring of social distancing, so it will help to close down a little bit earlier, But last call there was at 11 o'clock anyway, so we'll be cutting time, much in that in that pub, and she doesn't think it's going to make that much of a difference, nor, frankly, I think to a lot of people here in England who have heard these measures today. I guess it does make some difference of people do work from home instead of going into the office, if somewhere and that will help. I mean, I think that I think that that will help some a lot of people that we're not going in right now, anyway, a lot of people out of convenience and otherwise they're staying out of London. What's the scientific community saying about these measures? I think something that it needs to go further than what the Gover what Boris Johnson is talking about. Other measures could include no mixing of households or a locked down for a couple of weeks that would try to put the brakes on the virus. It's clear that the government's deeply worried about the economy and doesn't want to go that far right now because the economy's been improving, actually Steve in the past couple of 23 months, and it doesn't want that stop. Now you go into hibernation, so to speak for another six months, according to Boris Johnson, is the country ready, though, if there is a big second wave It's better In some ways, you know, they figured out ways to use steroids to cut the fatality rate. And so that's been very positive. But on the testing front, we don't have the kind of testing system that we hope to many many months ago and cure Starmer. He's the leader of the opposition Labour Party, and today this is what he had to say to Johnson. We warned the promise two months ago that testing need to be fixed by the autumn, but the government didn't listen. They pretended it wasn't a problem. They didn't act quickly enough. Now the testing system isn't working just when we need it. And I got to tell you, Steve, this is a critique you here across the country. Most people I know are stunned that after all these months, the government has not been able to build a testing system that will meet demand.

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Ian Blackford says Boris Johnson has made a career out of lying

Overnight re-air of day's programming

03:31 min | 3 years ago

Ian Blackford says Boris Johnson has made a career out of lying

"It was another rowdy session in the house of commons with ian blackford head of the scottish national party accusing one of the candidates to replace prime minister theresa may of making a career out of lying more sharp words aimed at boris johnson who is vying with foreign minister jeremy hunt to take over the tories and serve as the next prime minister here's how that unfolded during question time with outgoing prime minister may mr speaker do or die come hold me those are the words of the prime minister's likely successor the truth behind the brexit chaos and a tony puck is encompassed in those The Tony dream is to try to the UP and union. Noma. The nicole. Before you to office. Pledge to never vote for a success willington pool with devastating new deal. Wretched on all of us. Yes again, but he's due to questions about five phones. Minnesota. Yes. Again, by Minnesota voted three times in this house. The European Union. The home of the. He voted effectively. My goodness. It's no wonder she's leaving was no answer to the question. The pipe Minnesota showing. The one. asking people to face and the most incompetent phone sixty and essentially eight who has maybe of lying who has spent his week avoiding the media staging unclean delusion We the most. Privatizing. Clearly. Someone's different chance. Gentlemen's concluded his inquiry. Well. If he has not needs to do so in a single sentence. Mr cow. I'm Joe your a well intentioned. But I require. Comes from you one sentence. To get through a sentence. Well then. This. This is speak of last season, office most, she finally in the best of these islands, not the conservative party that neither of the candidates for office, should ever, be elected prime minister. gentlemen either of the candidates for this high office do a better job at anybody sitting on any him there you have it from the house of commons in london earlier today we carried it live on c. span two rears sunday evenings when they're in session at nine o'clock eastern time on c. span television and here on c. span

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"mr speaker" Discussed on C-SPAN Radio

C-SPAN Radio

02:00 min | 3 years ago

"mr speaker" Discussed on C-SPAN Radio

"You. Mr speaker. I know the, the whole house will want to associate themselves with the words spoken about munches attack. Now, she may not have long, left and good luck with those meetings later today. But she can act now against the return of band. Chemical weapons. British experts are this morning investigating a suspected clawing attack by Alyssa, in it live will if it is proved, will, she lead the international response against the return of this indiscriminate evil? Gentleman is right to raise the issue of the evil of the use of chemical weapons. We of course, acted in Syria with France and the United States when we saw chemical weapons being used in Syria. We of course, suffered the use of chemical weapons here on the streets of the United Kingdom and took a robust response supporters by our international friends and allies, and we condemn all use of chemical weapons. We're in close contact with the United States monitoring the situation closely, and if any use of chemical weapons is confirmed, we'll respond appropriately, but opposition is clear. We consider as capable of delivering a lasting peace and his regime lost its legitimacy due to its atrocities against its own Syrian people. I'm twenty seven back. Thank you. Does the prime minister agree that energy efficiency measures are critical in tackling climate change bringing every home to be PCC standard could save twenty five percent of electricity. Generation area. They quivalent of six nuclear incomplete nuclear power stations. It could save every family two hundred seventy pounds and it could potentially pay for itself by generating one point two seven pound one hundred.

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Explainer 166: Was Australias shock election result really that shocking?

Monocle 24: The Foreign Desk

06:13 min | 3 years ago

Explainer 166: Was Australias shock election result really that shocking?

"The results of the federal election held in a stray Lee. This past weekend was one delighted the country's bookmakers except the one betting firm regarded the thing as such a foregone conclusion that they paid out on victory by the opposition labor party before vote was counted. Believed in miracles. And tonight we've been delivered in the what. Not for the first time in recent memory, the electorate of a western democracy declining to do as pundits and posters. Had confidently predicted a stray Lia returned to office, the conservative liberal national party coalition, led by incumbent prime minister Scott Morrison, despite more than three years of polling showing a consistent lead for the labor party led by Bill shorten. I, I. And we'll wanting to hold out of the also, it's obviously not all of them. It is, perhaps, tempting four to cast Morrison's, unlikely victory as yet, another populace tantrum thrown by these spoilt, people of a wealthy and orderly nation comparable with the Brexit vote of two thousand sixteen the election of Donald Trump the same year and the handing the reins of power in several European countries and regions to sorted varieties of cowboy. But this is not that the result of the two thousand nineteen Australian federal election is instead, something of a political paradox, being both surprising and predictable. It is surprising inasmuch as nobody expected it, at least not this time, but predictable in the sense that it is the nineteenth occasions since the end of World War, Two on which ustralia has elected, the liberal party and its conservative coalition partners, far from being another furious, incoherent tipping over of the tables, this may have been a rare vote for steady as she goes business as usual looked at like that. When contemplating the global context, it might even be vaguely reassuring. Which brings us to the question of what kind of prime minister Scott Morrison will be not before Saturday question that many thought even worth asking Morrison became prime minister in a party room coup only last August, and it was widely suspected that he was destined to be remembered if at all, only by these setters of pub, quizzes seeking to start arguments among competing teams over the identity of strenuous, twenty fifth florist serving prime minister. Instead Morrison finds himself with a full three year term ahead of him and every chance of being the first Austrailia and prime minister to complete one for more than a decade. This is not just due to the against the odds victory Morrison one at the weekend. But the manner of it Morrison whose pre politics background walls in marketing substantially sidelined, the rest of his front bench and may Delek Shen all about him hoping that he's slightly labored, persona of an awkward Ernest suburban dad would connect of let a few things about the prime minister of the last couple of days of whipped up on this visit that we've both chosen well, in terms of MRs body Miranda, and gin you, and I, maybe punching a bit above are white, but nevertheless, that the tactic worked is self evident, but Morrison will not necessarily find the going easy from here, though his win on Saturday was remarkable. It was also close and on a few key issues. Morrison is comfortably in minority among his fellow Australians. He is a Pentecostal Christian and instinctive social conservative. Not a common outlook in a largely secular and increasingly small l liberal country and Morrison is if not an outright climate change skeptic, then a climate change equivocated who now finds himself leading a people who consistently list the environment among the most pressing concerns. This seems to have been one of the reasons though the list of possibilities on this front is not short. Why the voters of were ringer, a hitherto, solid liberal seat on the proverbially, prosperous, north shore of Sydney dumped their long-serving MP, and former liberal, prime minister and big weirdo, Tony Abbott. It doesn't hurt to lose, but sided I'd rather be a loser and quit. Perhaps more interesting question than how the liberal party and Scott Morrison won this election is the one asking how the labor party and Bill shorten lost the supposedly on lose -able. They may have been an answer. In the notably bipartisan national mourning prompted by the death a couple of days before polls opened of Bob Hawke, one of shortens predescessors, as leader of the labour party and prime minister of stray Leah from nineteen eighty three to nineteen ninety one this government, Mr Speaker has the resources that talent and the skill maj, this dramatic vices better, and stronger, and even more prepared to put the interest of the ordinary threat in the country. Was by any measure, a substantial prime minister, but he was also a supreme political communicator, who understood the country needs to see something potential leader of what it is, or what it wishes to become in a stray Lia the liberal party traditionally offers the status quo labor. The vision Bill shorten in the estimate of a majority of the stray Leah's voters offered, neither his successor as leader of the labour party has both need and an opportunity to think big. Monocle twenty four. I'm Andrew Miller.

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"mr speaker" Discussed on KGO 810

KGO 810

01:45 min | 3 years ago

"mr speaker" Discussed on KGO 810

"Mr Speaker, this goes to show that in the United Kingdom. No one is above the law. US attorney for Assange and dig on Twitter says he hopes the U K will now give access to proper healthcare. I'm John trout in the next update is at the top of the hour, or when it breaks on K G O eight ten. Ten business in tech reformers on as people listening to what users say to Alexa enabled devices. Jason Middleton has a story. And a check on Wall Street. The markets are mixed with the NASDAQ flipping from positive negative and back again. Amazon has thousands of workers around the world who review Alexa conversations. That's from Bloomberg. Their work is intended to help improve Alexis, speech, recognition technology. Amazon has never disclosed that it has human workers listening to private Alexa chat. Okay. That sounds bad. But Amazon does not use any data that would identify the person speaking and at the very best. The Bloomberg reports seems surprised that Amazon and apple too, by the way would use humans to improve its voice recognition. How else can a speech to text algorithm? Which is at the core of Alexis service, improve if not by leveraging entities that have organic and highly developed speech to text capabilities or you know, humans under US law. It is not illegal to collect and use this data. As long as a company does not specifically lie about it. There is no verbiage about the practice in Amazon's terms of service. I'm Jason Middleton in. I'm Brett burkhart Marshall Phillips of more of these stories next doing good work that matters. That's what a career at Mantech means from protecting our satellites and space to protecting our warfighters in the field. And we are passionate about empowering our people to be their best by providing unparalleled job, mobility, and offering.

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"mr speaker" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK

NewsRadio KFBK

01:53 min | 3 years ago

"mr speaker" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK

"More of America's First News. Gordon, a career official in the White House security office says dozens of people in President Trump's administration were granted security clearances despite disqualifying issues in their backgrounds, including concerned about foreign influence and criminal conduct. Tricia Newbold says she compiled a list of at least twenty-five officials who were initially denied security clearances last year. But then had those denials overruled by. Senior administration officials the allegations were detailed in a letter and memo released by congressman Elijah Cummings Maryland, chairman of the house oversight and reform committee. We see that they are some the deficiencies of some loopholes we may want to try to fill them. So that we don't have these problems in the future documents don't identify the officials on the list, but say they include to current senior White House officials as well as contractors and individuals in different parts of the executive office to Republican state attorneys general are urging a federal appeals court to uphold the Affordable Care Act saying that striking it down would be disruptive for patients doctors insurers and employers the attorneys general of Ohio and Montana submitted friend of the court briefs to the fifty US circuit court of appeals, which is expected to review a December ruling from Texas that struck down the ACA, dozens of patient and healthcare industry groups also filed a friends in support of the law. British Prime Minister Theresa may is set for a marathon session with her cabin. In it as the government tries to find a way out of the Brexit crisis. After lawmakers again rejected all alternatives to her European Union withdrawal agreement. Peter Kyle is a member of parliament. If there is not a majority for anything outright. Mr speaker. We have start looking to see how minorities in this house can be brought together in order to get the blockage. That is within the house of Commons assaulted. The cabinet scheduled to meet for five hours today. Mid calls for compromise.

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British PM loses another Brexit vote, and it could be strike 3

PRI's The World

03:13 min | 3 years ago

British PM loses another Brexit vote, and it could be strike 3

"Britain on the other hand seems to follow a different definition of deadline when it comes to Brexit. Anyway, remember today was supposed to be the day, the UK left the European Union March twenty ninth. It was the deadline to figure out how that would happen. And yet here we are again with no Brexit plan approved by the British parliament just today. Lawmakers rejected for a third time Prime Minister Theresa May's Brexit plan, Mr Speaker fair we are reaching the limits. If this process in this house, it is totally fair to wonder how anybody is ever going to figure this out the world's oil a berry is in London. I'll resort to a baseball metaphor here is it three strikes and you're out for prime minister may. I'd like to give you a definitive answer on that Marco. But I think you should know by now this is three Somme we're talking about. And this is Brexit. We're talking about. So never say never melting nothing is clear we're closer to the cliff edge as we have been edging towards it for the last week and for the last few weeks. So what now while there are wounds again, and as always there are a number of options, we still have the option of April twelfth, which is the new Brexit days that being the day that Britain leaves without a deal. But as we know so well, so many people within parliament and indeed outside, and the general public are very multiple was to the idea of leaving without a deal that the belief is they will do anything to prevent that happening. Once again, of course, that would then depend on the e u saying that they were prepared to accept this kind of new option going forward, and how they would work that out is all up in the air, and it still leaves as many questions as as. Ever all makers taking these drastic measures and still no deal. I mean for the British public. This has gotta be immensely frustrating intensely frustrating, and in fact, outside parliament at the moment, if anyone sees the crowds that are outside parliament, the role was our protesters outside parliament, both levers and breaks tears, but today there are thousands upon thousands of leave boaters outside parliament today. Walls to beat the day that Britain was leave the EU so many took the day off and decided they would come to London, anyway, and and protests, and they're extremely frustrated and extremely angry have listened to what some of them had to say. I think those people need to understand what emocracy names and how angry PLA the way they've behaved according to involved until I'm listen don't want on. Okay. Only straits give the older and leave. I can tell the politicians this judgment day will come because the election will come. And those who voted against the people they will go so people who voted to leave there, and they're not getting their way. Of course. There are many many people who wanted to stay in the European Union. Right. Absolutely. And many of them are also camped outside parliament over a million people took to the streets last weekend in London against the idea of leaving the e u so both sides are together outside the houses of parliament making their voices and their sentiments known to the MP's who are still inside the evening. Well, fingers crossed for some resolution and for com

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"mr speaker" Discussed on KCRW

KCRW

03:34 min | 3 years ago

"mr speaker" Discussed on KCRW

"Mr Speaker. Mr president. He talked a lot about the velocity of change. I was just looking at his speech the other night. My adviser is advised to speak on this important occasion. In check. I don't know why. There couldn't be a starker contrast between the ideals that fought slop awful stood for and I must say he really riveted the American Congress with with his speech. I remember them here. We are thirty years later, and we're looking at an entirely different kind of politician the generational change. That's taken place in the Czech Republic. Is noteworthy. And unfortunately, the values that hovel was so eloquent in describing seem not to have taken hold. I think one way to look at Bob issues. Visit is sort of a frosting on the cake a sense of reward for a country that supported President Trump Millo Simone on the president of the Czech Republic was actually the only leader of a European Union member country to support President Trump. So it's a way of underscoring to political bedfellows. And also underscoring along standing relationship. Ship. Mary you spoken about some of the warriors in the Czech Republic about Andre bothers the prime minister the corruption. Some of the other problems have also been mass protests against the prime minister and the president despite Bob is his popularity. Are we looking at another, Hungary or Poland to your where where do you see the Czech Republic? Heading the protests have been very interesting again, there's a lot in common with the Trump administration. Switching to the president militias MO. He's often called Europe's Trumpy assed president because of his war against the media. At one point. He was waving around a Kalashnikov rifle saying that journalists should be liquidated, and he's got a sort of an ongoing battle with journalists. I think Bob is by contrast is a little more savvy a little smoother. He's multi-lingual. He seems less extreme than Zimin Zeman's talked about having a check version of Brexit. A check said and tapping into. A vein of euroscepticism. That's always run pretty deep in the Czech Republic. Mary Thompson Jones was the US charge d'affaires and acting US ambassador to the Czech Republic. Thank you very much good to speak with you. Well, thank you, very much, a pleasure. Just ahead. We rewind to the Czech Republic velvet revolution thirty years ago. And Lou Reed's velvet.

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Chaos and calculation: Brexit

The Economist: The Intelligence

07:02 min | 3 years ago

Chaos and calculation: Brexit

"Stay. Prime minister. There would be chaos if the United Kingdom were to crash out of the European Union without a proper divorce deal, but after months of widespread worry about that, no deal Brexit. It seems to have been avoided for now. Anyway. Commissioned Mr Speaker, I would like to make statements on the government's work to secure withdrawal agreement that can command the support of this house the deadline to agree a deal with the EU is in just over a month. Prime Minister Theresa may has told parliamentarians that if they don't vote in favor of the agreement she's already negotiated. She will empower them to vote for a delay to Brexit. So the United Kingdom one only leave without a deal on the twenty ninth of March. If there is explicit consent in the house for that outcome. Avoiding no deal scenario is one of the few aspects of Brexit for which there is a strong parliamentary majority that is not the case for Mrs Maes own deal, which he's still pushing to get through what's happening in this country. At the moment is that the government is losing control of events power is slipping away from the prime minister, quite news with that power is going Adrian Wooldridge rights badges are column about British politics. He was in the house of Commons for MRs maith announcement. That morning. She came to the house of Commons straight away from a cabinet meeting. We should be a very tense cabinet meeting in which number of members of our cabinet confronted her and said, you must extend you must take new deal off the table mustn't be the case that will be allowed to crash out of the EU without a deal, and that has been part of our negotiating position. So taken off the table was a huge embarrassment and reduction of power so power slipping away from the prime minister. So where does this leave the timetable is we understand what happens next? Well, the return things going on in the Commons of the moments. I mean, the atmosphere is electric the atmosphere is is furthered people in an extreme state of high political frenzy tying the government's hands by seeking commandeer. The auto paper. She's rather discourteous. The prime minister is delivering a statement. It should be and colleagues. No, I'm just under strong, feelings comics from the record. Everybody will get things going on his business made his speech chaos on the one hand and calculation on the other hand people trying to say what does this really mean? And I could see the members of the European research group, the hardliners that all in little plump all discussing as she was speaking. What do we do about this? What does it mean? So everybody was trying to think what does it mean mean what does it mean what she promised was. There will be votes on March twelfth he will vote on Mrs Maes deal that failed last time by thirty. It's very difficult to turn it around on the thirteenth. There will be votes on whether to accept new deal that will almost certainly there is a majority in the house against new deal then on the fourteenth whether to apply for an extension to the needing. Brexit day March the twenty ninth I think that would come onto majority in the house. So what are the important things? That's happened. This week is that Britain is unlikely believing the European Union on Brexit. They March the twenty ninth. It'll be leaving two months perhaps after that whatever the the extension if it comes to that do not find ourselves in the same position again close to that date. Absolutely. We do and it does seem that we're gridlocked that the sides of roughly the same size. They can't get a majority. And so that's probably the case. Both leaders have lost control of their parties or losing control of their parties were fighting desperately to keep control of that party's against very powerful forces and Theresa May con- controller cabinet. She can't control the lower ranks of her government, and she can't control her party. And that's also being strangely mirrored on the labor side where Jeremy open is also suffering from internal rebellions of significant rebellions and is desperately trying to reassert control. But at the expense of making very big concessions. His critics. Amid all this the labor party dropped its own breaks at bombshell, Jeremy Corbyn. The labour leader has said if Labour's owned Brexit withdrawal plan is rejected a vote today. He'll threw his weight behind public vote a second referendum. Mr. Corbin is still smarting from the resignation of nine MP's last week. They left the party in frustration at his Brexit strategy and its failure to tackle anti semitism on the face of labor who switched position to be in support of a second referendum. But that would only happen after Mrs Maes deal passes in parliament and macelroy senior editor of the economist. And one of our chief breaks apologists is skeptical that Mr. corbin's announcement has much substance. Jeremy cool been moved his party position this week to woods a second referendum quite clearly his shadow. Brexit secretary said that remain would be on the ballot paper, which is the big question for a lot of people who want this. However, that's not a commitment that we've. Yet heard unambiguously from Jeremy Corbyn himself, so to your mind than what's materially changed. Should we consider this week as the week that the the prospects for a second referendum really changed? I think we should consider as the week when the labor party was no longer able to straddle the positions as Abe liaise. It had done here to four Jeremy Kuban doesn't really want to second referendum wants a general election. He said it over and over again, but he has conceded that the emotion in his party, particularly with this breakaway group in mind that they want hit words second referendum from him. So you could see things moving gently not direction. Unfortunately, he hasn't spelled out. Whether it's the second referendum that most people mean, which is the woman that says, oh, we going always staying does the outcome of all this does the outcome for Brexit matter beyond that or is this just damage control by party leaders. I think it's to party leaders discovering, the Hoed way that Brexit is a powerful fragmentation of what they considered to be their power base so labor you're finding a leader from the left of the party who was trying to build a big momentum as he calls his movement sweeping away. The conservative government is finding that he has difficulties to unite his party around the Brexit question on the conservative side. You have a prime minister who's doubled down on getting do with the EU and eventually getting herds Dobbin, really hard core. Eurosceptics own booed and finding that process much harder. That superglue is not sticking. It's not so sticky on the other side only the two leaders to very different muse same fundamental problem.

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"mr speaker" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK

NewsRadio KFBK

01:58 min | 3 years ago

"mr speaker" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK

"Thank you. Everybody. Thank you. Thank you. Everybody. Thank you. Everybody. Thank you. Thank you. Thank you. You may not be clapping at the end of this. So sit down. You never know. This could take a long time. There's a lot of betting over under. So let's say two hours or one I said make one we're gonna be alright. I want to thank all of you for the generosity of spirit. I want to thank Mr Speaker you in particular for being a champion, not only for all Californians, but being an extraordinary and courageous leader. And thank you very much for your generosity of welcoming myself and my wife into your house today to Madame. Thank you for your commitment to perhaps more than anything else collaboration which has just been demonstrable. And I think is really helped make this first month together. So remarkably productive, and it is a nice thing to say for the first time ever, I get to say in this chamber. Thank you Madam Lieutenant governor for that introduction. Plus, plus, it's it's kind of nice just acknowledged the Lieutenant governor to. You know, it's something that's not always the case. We gotta remember our status and all the constitutional officers. I wanted to stack you for being here today all the legislators and all the elected officials up there that traveled across the state to be here. I'm immeasurably grateful and how hobbled by your presence here today. And just so you're reassured do not worry Dutch is not here today. Clearly.

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"mr speaker" Discussed on 850 WFTL

850 WFTL

06:25 min | 3 years ago

"mr speaker" Discussed on 850 WFTL

"Talk, eight fifty. Mr speaker. Tonight will have to make that Madam speaker speaker does she stand up when that would be the ultimate of defiance? If Nancy Pelosi doesn't stand up, it'd be disgusting. But I could see it happening. How many times do the Democrats sit while the Republicans give a standing ovation k which is, you know, wanting to do that too, and blah, blah, blah, nuclear political games. But I just hope it's not anything dumb. You talked about the guests that the president will have today tonight. And some of them will be expected a border patrol agent at experts angel mobs gala parkland parents now, we know who crazy is is going to bring to the party who did you hear this Alexandria Okaz? Yo Cortez is inviting the woman who confronted former Zona Republican Senator Jeff flake the elevator. Remember that? Oh, yes. Yes. Yes. Yes. She was paid to do that. Yeah. Yeah. Yeah. Okay. Obviously crazy is is maybe crazy is is giving her money to show up. You know, her name is the union Annemarie Sheila, she gained notoriety for holding the elevator door open in Washington d yell at flake during the hearings for Brad Kavanagh and Ken flake caved right away. Yes. He did is a flake is his name. You know, what I in retrospect, you go back, and you look at some politicians names. His was perfect. He lives lived up to his name. Here is no doubt about it. Mitch mcconnell. He should be like Mitch see-saw because then it would work well for him Mitch this niche. He's low energy Mitch like God. Right. Just tonight. It will be nice to see that. There's at least some young people in the crowd. And I'm talking about, you know, the senators representatives it gets to the point where the old guard really needs to be replaced, including Nancy Pelosi and Mitch McConnell. Absolutely. And they're I think they're on the way to replace. They they got a real problem on their hands with these the young socialist Democrats 'cause they're taking over they are, unfortunately, well, you know, what if I were twenty one twenty two years old and someone came to me and said, hey, as your congresswoman, I'm gonna get all your medical bills, taking care of a off all of your college tuition is going to be just you know, expunged so worry about that. I I'd be for you to everything's free. Don't worry about it. Those people that have create jobs. Those those billionaires will they're evil near bad. Yeah. Tax them. Don't worry about text them ninety percent. Sure. Right. Sure. A lot of sense. Yes. So stay on your bonbons, and we'll pay for everything. Ridiculous. So we'll don't forget. We'll be there. Tonight's the night, Sarah stable and y bar avocado in Jupiter. You're going to make the trip. It's always a good time. We'll do the state of the union watch party kind of deal will be at the bar well from seven to eight you, and I and Karen is supposed to be on the air didn't say ruby sitting. But we'll be at the bar, and you can join us there because we are definitely going to be drinking. No, they get the greatest wine beautiful place. Great food too. Hey, you know, what I had last time. I was there errands gonna kill me to macaroni and cheese. Really it. And the reason that I was with all the the street team kids. Yeah. And they all wanted MAC and cheese. And we're okay. So I bought MAC and cheese from they come out in big lake cereal bowls. I was like, oh my God that looks so good. I hadn't had MAC and cheese and forever. It was phenomenal the way he does it. It's I don't know how many cheeses. That's like ten cheeses are thrown in the MAC and cheese. It's phenomenal dripping bacon. All right. We're getting off track. Because now, we're all yes. Enjoy tonight, really hungry. Yeah. Errands table and wind part and you get all the details at eight fifty W F T L dot com. Still no resignation from Virginia. Governor Ralph nor them now is entire party is in trouble is Lieutenant governor now is accusations of sexual misconduct from years ago. Wow. A couple of beauties we got there takes over next. I don't question. I mean, you know in the event the president dies or gets killed. It's the vice president we know the succession, and then Nancy Pelosi the speaker of the house, but what happens in in. What is the speaker of the house the same thing? May just go state to state. It may be there state attorney general or something I don't know we got to look that up Ritchie do some googling forest, please. So we thought for sure that he would resign if not during our show yesterday during Richie show from ten to Newton up to twenty four hours. Go by he's still they're still defiant won't step down. And to get Chucky Schumer to actually come out with a tweet and say Guinea to go this guy going anywhere. You. What what an egotistical? You are. I am surprised somebody with the, you know, the people of Virginia haven't started an uprising to get rid of this guy. He needs to go. I mean, they voted him in. So while maybe he's got more support than anybody, really even realizes. It's scary. That's scary. I'm I'm still mad at you, by the way because you did not tell me where Tom Brady and Julian Edelman were yesterday. You do realize that's like an hour and ten minute drive from my house right now. I hate you. If you like right near there. I got the timing wrong. Because I knew that they they told Edelman he's going to DisneyWorld Brady was going to be with them. And I should've known because the parade is today. So they had to do that yesterday. Well, maybe they, you know, maybe I'll give you a fair share shake that maybe you thought they were going after the parade in Boston. No right away. I guess they were both there in the parade at DisneyWorld. But I guess the crowds were historically bad. I would would've loved to have to get to the both of those guys speaking of so I guess they had them. They're promoting the new Star Wars attraction, which is going to be big, by the way, we better be there better be there. They're opening. I'm pretty sure because they think Jane knows you're a big Star Wars. Geek, you may go I'm back here, but you'll be going. So they put them in Jeddah outfits. But backstage, you saw video, you know, they'll have you backstage before they bring out there before they were in that begin the lightsabres. They started fighting. Really seriously about each other like a competition. They are competitively RV Super Bowl champs, one of your favorite movies wax on wax off..

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"mr speaker" Discussed on C-SPAN Radio

C-SPAN Radio

02:40 min | 3 years ago

"mr speaker" Discussed on C-SPAN Radio

"And I also believe has not yet been enough recognition of the way the second referendum could damage social cohesion by undermining faith. Mr speaker. We do not know what the gentleman the leader of the opposition thinks about this because he has not engaged, but I know the already indicated that they wished to test the support of the house for this. I do not believe there is a majority for a second referendum. And I am right. Then just as the government is having to think again about its approach going forwards, then so to do those members who believe this is the answer the remaining issues raised in the discussions relates to the substance of the deal and on these points. I believe we can make progress members of this house predominantly, but not only on the government benches in the UP continue to express their concern on the issue of Northern Ireland's backstop, all of us agree that has we leave the European Union. We must fully respect the Belfast agreement and not allow the creation of a heart order between Northern Ireland nor indeed aborted on the RMC. And I want to be absolutely clear in the light of media stories this morning. This government will not reopen the Belfast agreement I have never even considered doing. So and neither would I with regard to the backstop, despite the changes, we have previously agreed that remained to core issues. The standard that we could be trapped in it. Permanently and concerns over its potential impact on our union. If Northern Ireland is free to differently from the rest of the UK. So I will be talking says this week to colleagues, including in the UP to consider how we might meet our obligations to the people of Northern Ireland in a way that can come on the greatest possible support in the house. British Prime Minister Theresa may live on C span radio. I will then take contusions of those discussions back to the EU from other parts of this house concerns also being raised over the political declaration in particular, these are focused on a wish for further precision around the future relationship. The political declaration will provide the basis for developing our detailed negotiating mandate for the future. And this new phase if he goes will be different in a number of ways, it will cover a broader range of issues in greater depth. And so we'll require us to build a negotiation team the draws on the whitest expertise available from trade negotiators to security experts and specialists in data and financial. Services and as we develop our mandate across each agains areas. I want to provide reassurance to the house given the negotiations we will seek input from a wide range of.

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"mr speaker" Discussed on C-SPAN Radio

C-SPAN Radio

04:16 min | 3 years ago

"mr speaker" Discussed on C-SPAN Radio

"And remarks to the gentleman from California. Mr. covers recognize Mr Speaker, I'm happy to yield two and a half minutes to the gentlemen from the great state of Utah. Mr. Stewart's recognize thank you, Mr Speaker. I'd like to begin by stating the obvious if I could and our democratic colleagues call this compromise. This Bill is a lot of things that a compromise. It is not it takes away. Everything that we've done for the last year everything we've done for the last year, and poof, it's gone. It's throws it away. Now, there's an old saying in the house, it's not the opposing party that the Senate, and this is a great illustration of this as a member of the appropriations committee. It pains me that my colleagues on the other side of the album, effectively removed my constituents from this process by Jessica accepting the Senate Bill any member every member of the house and our constituents have been silenced in this. We are not represented at all. And now, here's the democratic majority ignored this bodies rolling creating this budget. They're throwing hundreds of hours of hearings of markup a floor time again as we are fighting for our constituents we passed a Bill the house has done our work. Let me say it again, the house has done our work. If this was a serious effort by our friends on the other side that the government they would pass our house Bill again, then it would go to the Senate, and we heard reconcile those two bills. So let's consider some of the things have been thrown away poof magically gone in a puff of smoke money for fighting wildfires money for our Indian brothers and sisters, including for hospital staffing money for road maintenance. So that children can go to schools ninety four national parks for deferred maintenance, the list goes on and on. I ran for congress because I wanted to represent my district. This Bill is my district. Seventy percent of district is owned by the federal government. How can I just sit by and say that my constituents will have no voice Novoye in this Bill or in this appropriations process at all. Finally, my friends on the other side. No, these bills don't stand a chance of actually becoming law. They know that the Senate won't take these up. The president has said he won't sign it. If you wanna talk compromise. Then that's actually try to do that. Let us take where we are. Let us take for the Senate is try to bring them together that my friend is compromise. And with that regretfully I yield back gentleman yield gentleman from California reserves gentleman from Minnesota's recognize Mr. chair once again. I'm sorely disappointed. That when before the end of December before the new congress came into being that some of the suggestions here to move forward with conference can reports to bring them to the floor to work with the president. Now that we have the new congress foreign and for the president to say, you know. You get those conference committee reports going we'll do a continuing resolution to keep government open will negotiate the homeland security del off to the side. But there's silence. There's no commitment. And quite frankly, I don't know if the president would change his mind again, if he did agree to that with atmosphere. Speaker. I would like to yield two minutes to the gentleman from Washington, a member of the appropriations subcommittee serves on the interior committee. Mr. Kellner, Betty McCollum chairs that house appropriations subcommittee recognize. Thank you, Mr Speaker. And I think the general for yielding I rise in strong support of this Bill. Which will restore funding for the department of interior for the forest service center. The Environmental Protection Agency because it is simply wrong for federal workers to be held hostage. I it's wrong for people who depend on these agencies to be held hostage as a negotiating tactic on a completely unrelated policy issue the region, I represent has more than six hundred thousand acres of federal forests. It's the home to Olympic national park. One of the crown jewels of the national park system, and it overlooks the iconic Puget Sound. So I'm speaking today on behalf of the hundreds of.

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"mr speaker" Discussed on C-SPAN Radio

C-SPAN Radio

06:12 min | 3 years ago

"mr speaker" Discussed on C-SPAN Radio

"Bipartisan funding bills. This is another chance for us to do the right thing. Let's take it and bring it to. Let's let's take it and bring an end to this unnecessary and painful, Trump shutdown Mr Speaker, I you back to my time. And I moved the previous yields time all time has expired questions on the previous question and all those in favor. Sita Bobby saying I oppose nay, the I seem to have it the eyes have it. Mr Speaker on mobile home. Thank you very much for speaker on that. I demand the as a Nathan. The as and as had been demanded those favoring. Taking the vote by as as please rise. Obviously a sufficient number having arisen as Naser ordered. Pursuant to clause nine of rule twenty this fifteen minute vote on ordering the previous question will be followed by five minute vote on adoption of the resolution if watered and the motion to suspend the rules on HR Tutut six by the as as this is a fifteen minute vote. House majority leader, Steny Hoyer, live on the floor of the house going into this vote break on the rule that would govern spending bills to reopen parts of the government, and we will return to the house when it finishes voting rule McCarron live when it actually takes up debate on one of these bills, the financial services Bill that includes the funding for the treasury department, the securities and Exchange Commission and includes money for the I R S earlier, we spoke to a Capitol Hill reporter the status. Of the shutdown and what congress is doing. This is she's been radio programming from Wednesday WC SPF in Washington as the government shutdown continues were joined by Kelly matrix, appropriations and budget reporter with CQ roll-call. What are some of the programs that are close at are having the biggest impact on the American public? Yeah. So the IRS, for example, treasury lots of national parks. Although some of those are some of those are trying to be kept open for longer. Remember? There was only five of the twelve appropriations bills funding the government that were actually enacted into law before the end of two thousand eighteen so the other seven that's homeland security commerce Justice science interior virement, agriculture transportation, HUD, and then there's also financial services. And then this this this homeland Bill is one of the most contentious ones. This is the customs and border patrol Transportation Security Administration. The people who check our bags and airports all a lot of these people are being forced to work without pay right now. And the big the big that that we are looking to is this Friday. When federal workers EPA, another one another big one are spent to get a paycheck and are going to miss pay. So Friday will be a big day where the the the impacts of the government shutdown now become really concrete. We'll tell us about the approach in the house last week one hundred and sixteenth gavels in they took up two packages of spending bills this week. They're taking up four separate bills. Why are they doing this approach of why are they starting with the the treasury, and I r s Bill the financial services Bill? So that's one of the most immediate impacts that people noticed the Trump administration president Donald Trump's administration has already tried to rearrange funds. So they say that these W twos and tax refunds can still start to be kind of they can at least issue out the WTO is because this is going to affect IRS refunds. But again, that's only a matter of how long extra funds kind of lying around in these agencies cough. Offers carry over balances other like small amounts of money and in various programs. They can somehow use their authority to move that money to keep things open. But again, so we're gonna I go with this financial services. Bill funding IRS treasury. This is going to be on Wednesday. The house is going to vote on a rule which contains four appropriations bills the first one they're then going to vote on separately. Send over to the Senate is financial services then on Thursday, we have agriculture then interior environment. And then on Friday, the expectation is consideration and passage of the transportation, HUD, Bill, so in addition to those those legislative vehicles you announced you you mentioned earlier which are spending bills they did at the very beginning of the convening of the one hundred sixteen congress the house is now also watching four other spending bills to the Senate this week. And if nothing else, you know, the House Republicans have been. A lot that this is just messaging. These bills are not approved by the president. If nothing else this is providing the Senate legislative vehicles on which they can move funding. Those to the president you've already seen the Senate with Senate majority leader Mitch McConnell of Kentucky using one of the appropriations bills approved on January third introduced by the appropriations chairwoman Nita Lowey of New York. You've already seen him put that on the calendar in use this fast track process to try to t- that Bill up for consideration. Even even though it's not particularly scheduled for any consideration. They're already starting to kind of get their hands on some of these house Bill so that they can have something ready to go with the deal on a related issue. We're seeing the reporting of your roll-call colleague Paul cross act and a piece just out in roll-call White House to put Medicare cuts on hold during shutdown. You're tweeting about that. Why is this important? This is really important because it introduces another potential deadline for. Lawmakers to come to action on the shutdown before something really really bad happens. So the current law under what's known as the pay as you go law states that within fourteen days of session, counting.

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"mr speaker" Discussed on C-SPAN Radio

C-SPAN Radio

03:32 min | 3 years ago

"mr speaker" Discussed on C-SPAN Radio

"Conversation with Kellyanne Conway counselor to the president earlier today in the White House driveway. Next on C span radio. We return live to the US house on this opening day of the one hundred sixteenth congress. They just finished up a procedural vote where Democrats. Killed or tabled tabled killed a Republican effort to change their rules package. Now returning to the regional debate with Jim McGovern rules committee chair democrat from Massachusetts. General Massachusetts is recognized for one hour. Thank you. Mr Speaker speaker for the purposes of debate only a yield the customary thirty minutes to the minority leader or his designate this case, Mr. Cole penny which time I myself such time as I may consume gentleman is recognized Mr Speaker during consideration of this resolution all-time yielded is for the purposes of debate only I asked you consent that all members be given five legislative days in which to revise and extend their remarks from HR five and HI sex without objection. Mr Speaker by ten million vote margin, the American people entrusted Democrats to run this body. So it is finally a new day for this congress. And this rose package is our first paternity to chart a new course and assign that we intend to run this place differently. These ideas were developed from the bottom up not the top down. We asked every member for their ideas from the longest serving to the newly elected, Democrats and Republicans alike. We spoke to experts inside and outside. This congress from every house committee from offices like the parliamentarian and the general counsel from the progressive caucus and the black caucus Hispanic caucus. The blue dot cock is and the bipartisan problem solvers caucus from outside groups engaged on these issues. We spent months varying suggestions and came up with the final package that reflects all corners of the democratic caucus and this congress never before has rules package been developed like this and our collaborative process made the final product a much stronger one it modernizes chamber and five key ways. I it restores the people's voice by aligning Congress's agenda. But the priorities of the American people. That includes enabling this house to defend the Affordable Care ACT's pre existing conditions coverage setting up consideration of HR won a historic set of reforms to reduce money and politics, creating a select committee on the climate crisis. So we know law, Greg nor. The defining issues. We all face and ending the home enroll to protect federal workers. Strengthening representation by giving rights to delegates and the resident Commissioner in the committee of the whole at assuring. They can be appointed to drink committees and honoring our commitment to workers by putting labor back in the committee on education and labor second. It restores the legislative process by returning to regular order at abiding by the principle that good idea should finally be debated and voted on again that includes establishing a real seventy two hour rule. So members of congress have time to actually read the major bills. They're voting on requiring bills to have a hearing in America before they go through the rules committee and to the floor, and creating a truly bipartisan select committee to modernize congress and keep ourselves accountable. So so that this place actually works for the American people third. It restores oversight ethics by cleaning up Washington and subjects the Trump administration to something. It has never had real oversight..

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UK's Brexit minister quits over deal with EU

BBC Newshour

00:29 sec | 3 years ago

UK's Brexit minister quits over deal with EU

"Donaldson today political drama in Britain, four government, ministers quit over Brexit. The prime minister is defiant to deliver for the British people. Choose to do what is in our national interest. And I commend this statement can Theresa May. And her Brexit deal survive. The government's Mr Speaker is in chaos. Thiel risks leaving the country in an indefinite halfway house without

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White House opposes Senate measure to reimpose ZTE sales ban

C-SPAN

02:16 min | 4 years ago

White House opposes Senate measure to reimpose ZTE sales ban

"Walter reed national military medical center after treatment from what's being describes a mild heart attack the white house press secretary sarah sanders ain't doctors say larry's recovery is going very well in that he's at home in hopes to return to work soon the white house is objecting to provisions in the senate annual defense funding bill overturning a deal by commerce department to lift us sales ban on chinese telecom firm z t e that agreement requires et pay one point four billion dollar fine overhaul its management team and allow the government to hire an house compliance group and the white house saying it will work with congress to try to get the provision out of the senate bill is not in the house version of the defense authorization bill and secretary of state mike pompeo is in seoul south korea saying talks with north korea will be will resume next week and pompeo also saying that the trump administration is hopeful that major disarmament steps by north korea will occur before the end of president trump's first term in january two thousand twenty one president trump back at the white house tweeted number of times about this issue including this one before taking office people were assuming that we were going to war with north korea president obama said that north korea was our biggest the most dangerous no problem no longer sleep well tonight and now on c span radio british prime minister theresa may taking questions in the house of commons on topics including trade relations with the us also the ongoing negotiations and brexit britain leaving the european union a note that the proceedings were interrupted by a call for an immediate vote take a chamber into a private session and the call is by the scottish national party leader after that call was rejected by the common speaker that's scottish leader objected to that was thrown out of parliament for remainder of the day and his fellow party member members followed him out in a protest this runs about fifty five minutes since to the prime minister is the gareth thomas speaker prime minister thank you mr speaker mr speaker tomorrow marks one year on from the grenfell tower file i know that members from all sides of this house will join me in saying that this unimaginable tragedy remains at.

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Chemical weapons watchdog confirms Skripals poisoned by nerve agent

Morning News with Manda Factor and Gregg Hersholt

02:07 min | 4 years ago

Chemical weapons watchdog confirms Skripals poisoned by nerve agent

"Seth wayne for the forecast high temps in the low fifties we're going for mostly cloudy skies showers are likely not going to be widespread rain but some of those showers might be heavy at times temperatures in the low fifties tomorrow is the rain continue some of that rain heavy once again friday and through the weekend as highs remain in the mid fifty s i'm seth wayne in the komo weather center mostly cloudy right now at seatac airport it's forty two degrees komo news time five thirty five four suspects arrested after a shooting in the central district tuesday afternoon are now tied to several driveby shootings and say the suspects were also involved in to drive bys in south seattle on monday to twenty year olds man and woman and two sixteen year old boys were all arrested engineers things they have pinpointed the source of leaks at the priest rapids dam on the columbia river they believe it involves the layers between some large sections of concrete the grant county public utility district which operates that damn says it continues to operate as usual and there's no threat to people or property well we can a half into oklahoma's teacher walkout growing number of school districts will reopen today but abc's jim ryan says the resumption of classes has not quelled the debate over education funding in that sooner state thank you mr speaker please recognize representative oklahoma legislature has moved on to other matters having passed measures intended to pump tens of millions of dollars into teachers salaries and school improvements the oklahoma city suburb of more will resume classes today many employees are not satisfied with the education package had about three hundred teachers are saying i'm not going back till they find it i'm not going back and they're hearing support from some parents tomorrow shoeprint tendon says there are enough substitutes to fill the empty spots at least for now jim ryan abc news the respected international chemical weapons watchdog the opcw has now confirmed that a former russian spy his daughter were poisoned with a nerve agent in the uk more from abc's tom rivers in london well not using the name novacek the report by the organization for the prohibition of chemical weapons states that the chemical agent was of quote high purity but arguments will persist the opcw does not identify the source.

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