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"mr. corbin" Discussed on C-SPAN Radio

C-SPAN Radio

01:46 min | 1 year ago

"mr. corbin" Discussed on C-SPAN Radio

"Reports quote. Labor has suspended its former leader, Jeremy Corbyn, after he said anti Semitism in the party was overstated. Following a damning report from the equality watchdog. The move is likely to ignite a civil war in the Labour Party. Korben condemned his suspension as a political intervention and said he would strongly contest the action. Mr. Corbin gave an interview then to the Guardian newspaper. What I said today Wass that anti Semitism is unacceptable in any form. What I said exactly what I said was the numbers of cases in the public perception had become overstated The existence of the problem I fully acknowledge, which is Why I took action to end the problem in the party by introducing a process to get anti seen lights out off the party. No, I'm not part of the problem. The problem is anti Semitism, historically anti Semitism in the presence on the fear that many people have off being under attack at the synagogue, or, indeed mosques, temples and lots of other places within our society. We need to tackle racism in every conceivable form. In our society and that's former Labour Party leader Jeremy Corbyn. The Guardian Story goes on to say that quote the Equality and Human Rights Commission report found labor responsible for unlawful acts of harassment and discrimination over anti Semitism. It's site serious failings in the Labour Party leadership in addressing anti Semitism and an inadequate process for handling anti Semitism. Complaints. Well, thank you for joining us on

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‘No, I'm not part of the problem’: Corbyn responds to anti-Semitism report

C-SPAN Programming

01:46 min | 1 year ago

‘No, I'm not part of the problem’: Corbyn responds to anti-Semitism report

"Reports quote. Labor has suspended its former leader, Jeremy Corbyn, after he said anti Semitism in the party was overstated. Following a damning report from the equality watchdog. The move is likely to ignite a civil war in the Labour Party. Korben condemned his suspension as a political intervention and said he would strongly contest the action. Mr. Corbin gave an interview then to the Guardian newspaper. What I said today Wass that anti Semitism is unacceptable in any form. What I said exactly what I said was the numbers of cases in the public perception had become overstated The existence of the problem I fully acknowledge, which is Why I took action to end the problem in the party by introducing a process to get anti seen lights out off the party. No, I'm not part of the problem. The problem is anti Semitism, historically anti Semitism in the presence on the fear that many people have off being under attack at the synagogue, or, indeed mosques, temples and lots of other places within our society. We need to tackle racism in every conceivable form. In our society and that's former Labour Party leader Jeremy Corbyn. The Guardian Story goes on to say that quote the Equality and Human Rights Commission report found labor responsible for unlawful acts of harassment and discrimination over anti Semitism. It's site serious failings in the Labour Party leadership in addressing anti Semitism and an inadequate process for handling anti Semitism. Complaints. Well, thank you for joining us on

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"mr. corbin" Discussed on KOMO

KOMO

02:51 min | 1 year ago

"mr. corbin" Discussed on KOMO

"The MO pop founder's award show streams December 1st Brian Harris Camo News, The owner of a Chuck E cheese franchise in the Tri Cities Close since March, has sent Governor Endsley lettered begging for a chance to reopen Come was Carleen Johnson has a response from the governor's office years ago after owning and operating checking cheese and Richland since 1982 John Corben and his wife relocated to a newly built modern facility on land they purchased in Kennewick. They spent their life savings and the business re opened two years ago yesterday. You're being forced to close because of the pandemic in March, 7 months later, Now they're facing the real possibility of losing everything my time. With the amount of money that I owe is limited in this building. They could reopen just the pizza part, but not the arcade is indoor Family entertainment is not allowed until phase for my plea. Is to let us open and I don't think there's a reason that we shouldn't be allowed to. You sent that pleading letter to the governor this week explaining how other franchises in neighboring states been able to reopen with no problems. But Tinsley's office and Co. Mo a statement today that said, in part we deeply sympathize with Mr Corbin. But transmission rates in the tri cities are still too high and arcade style games or dangerous from a transmission perspective. Carleen Johnson come on news and the interview sound there from the TRAY. City Herald. It is 5 40 Let us talk sports build forts of the CO Moh sports desk in Seattle basketball and football fans cheering loud enough to be heard. 3000 Miles away. Seems like everything's happening in the state of Florida. Right now, you have the Seattle storm in control of WN BA Finals Game one. Thanks to our torrid second quarter, ESPN two with the coverage. The storm had a 17 point lead at halftime over Las Vegas, but the aces have clawed back to trail by only two after the third quarter. Game two of the N BA final starts in 20 minutes. You can see it on come on TV for LeBron James and the Lakers are up one love on the Miami heat. Miami Dolphins provide the opposition Sunday for the visiting Seattle Seahawks. 13,000 physically distance and Mask fans are allowed to watch in person at hard Rock Stadium. Russell Wilson off to the best start of his Hawks career, but always looking to get better. I believe there's a whole another space that we could go to with this offense. And that's what I'm searching for. That's what I'm passionate about. Right. Seattle, a touchdown favorite Authentic is the favorite horse and tomorrow's Preakness Stakes in Baltimore. Still, no Spectators allowed to watch in person at Pimlico Sports A 10 and 40 after the hour Bill Swartz Comeau News Comeau TRAFFIC Coming right up. Welcome back to the LG Tone Free Wireless earbuds podcast. Today's.

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"mr. corbin" Discussed on Comic Dwarves

Comic Dwarves

05:17 min | 2 years ago

"mr. corbin" Discussed on Comic Dwarves

"They're going to be disappointed because. Get. That's what you get. Mad Again I. think that's your first disapproval, Michael. I know you've really wanted to disapprove. Just not have the heart to Mr Corbin. Had did you feel if this was an introduction to first time reader? Could you tell them to read alien orbit? It hurts to say because I really really do enjoy I feel like everyone also said but I. I have to lead in with just than I did. Enjoy this book I like alien and I think this is finally in story. It's a great book. Artistically. took some risks, but As a first comic book experience, I don't think I can recommend it. It doesn't read very easily as ours. It wanting to jump in and out of time periods. It doesn't really give you very clear. It's very character driven story. I really liked character-driven stories for people like that's part of what makes comics. Fund is like the big bombastic personalities This doesn't have any kind of real personalities to follow it doesn't it doesn't have enough to engage a new reader I i. it's not a very good barometer for what comics are. Comics could be for new reader delayed. Get them excited. I feel like you would get them were. Either frustrated or bored, because they don't quite understand what's going on, or because they're just not really caring about what's going on. As far as the characters, the story I really enjoy it I think it would be a great recommendation for a fan of the alien franchise general, but as a first comic Fritz nobody no I can't Mugabe. We heard it from three dwarf so far the big. Big thumbs down of disapproval. I, do appreciate the book, but I am one hundred percent. Agreeing with you guys that this is not the book to introduce someone comic books with. It is probably the book that would stray people away from comic books because they would. Honestly, it would put their mind like Oh. This is what com books are. It's only about the art in. There's story here. What a big part to me were complex drive..

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"mr. corbin" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

01:43 min | 2 years ago

"mr. corbin" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"Here's a very very strong growth by early the next decade I'm a real problem for the market he's really strong right now we don't realize how good times are now the biggest problem that people have investing in stocks is that they get out of the market supposed to be easy anyone of these these rumors of a swift Tom Kean and Jonathan Ferrell on Bloomberg radio morning everyone Jennifer on ten key Lisa Abramowitz with this as well getting to the end of the year is John mentioned a grind to the markets futures up one but never the less of the market with the Vicks twelve point one zero John what you see on the big screen not a whole lot this morning about market and change the equity market unchanged and once again in foreign exchange sterling under performs good round trip to that moment to ten PM where you use the sterling election not one thirty five on cable where are we now the pound against the thirty one fifty of those levels at one thirty eighty two so there we are with presidents quieted down from two more centers of that much news on today although Mr Corbin really taking it from labor participate get around is an Avon and move on I get around that is taking some criticism for it say who's Starmer case down the cure starts who is this is the new Tony Blair he was the shadow brexit second trip you want to call them that he was the guy come out of a brexit policy full they like the policy really well spoken very charismatic really interesting color like very almost plan like almost like he would be the centrist candidate you expect to take that particular position but I'm not sure they want to see recounted item well it's good to we got our interview with the morning if you believe in a slower economy without question the coal mine.

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"mr. corbin" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

02:43 min | 2 years ago

"mr. corbin" Discussed on KQED Radio

"Candidates seventeen times this stunning upset was followed by victory in a string of although one time delay but Boston's Mr Johnson acknowledge such communities that only land that votes to him but pledged to work day and night to earn that trust as for labor and suffered a defeat worse even than that inflicted on Michael foot to nineteen eighty three Corbin loyalists blame this on brexit and the media and vehemently rejected suggestions the Jeremy Corbyn was the reason as for the labor leader himself he was lost if he was the problem since I have a calculator the membership has more than doubled I will talk to our national executive about so what we do in the future the ruling body of the party on national executive will decide what process to follow them selections success to me the timetable for votes however is likely to be bitterly fought over with some disgruntled labor candidates demanding he quit swiftly and Corbin loyalists suggesting Mr Corbin could remain leader for several more months as for the Liberal Democrats they need to we'll have to elect a new leader after Jo Swinson fail to hold her Dunbartonshire east seat a party also emerged with a paltry eleven seats the scale of Mister Johnson's victory is such that the next decade my will be defined by Boris Johnson his beliefs and his leadership was Norman Smith he was on assistant political at his house and a reminder of arming world news at the moment Chilean police have clashed again with the anti government protesters on the U. N. accused the security forces of human rights violations no I was in New Zealand have resumes essential points highland for the body of one of those killed in Monday's volcanic eruption and crucial you and climates talks in Madrid on to continue into Saturday with no sign an agreement is imminent in spite of fresh warnings of the agency the crisis this is the BBC world service in London almost a hundred years off to one of the worst cases of racial violence in US history an investigation to find the victims bodies has been re opened in the state of Oklahoma an estimated three hundred people were killed in the nineteen twenty one Tulsa massacre and the black neighborhood of green wood was burns to the ground in Cory's initial findings you to be released on Monday from Tulsa I know Brian reports in the early nineteen hundreds Greenwood district of Tulsa was a thriving black community that will need to restaurants and shops self contained and prosperous it was known.

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"mr. corbin" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

03:54 min | 2 years ago

"mr. corbin" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"And based on the official exit poll data and it's predicting that conservatives will win three hundred sixty eight of the six hundred fifty seats in the house of Commons that is a large overall majority and it puts the U. K. on track to leave the E. U. next month Bloomberg's guy Johnson calls the results or at least the predictions a devastating for the main opposition Labour Party I think that the replacement is going to take place that I think that would be an expectation maybe the Jeremy Corbyn steps down but to McDonald's nice a little bit earlier on suggesting maybe this isn't this is more about breaks it then it was about Jeremy cool beans but but never the last thing the labor party's gonna have a difficult time climbing out of the hole now Mr Corbin staked everything on a radical plan to hike taxes for the rich and even to nationalize some industries here in the U. S. who got a deal reached to avert a government shutdown top congressional negotiators have a deal in principle to approve a one point three trillion dollar federal budget for twenty twenty it follows weeks of negotiations between the democratic led house the Republican led Senate and the trump administration meantime the house Judiciary Committee continues to plow ahead at this hour with articles of impeachment this is the mark up session president trump is definitely going to be dealt with it looks like an impeachment the official vote will be taken by the full house it's tentatively planned for next Wednesday house speaker Nancy Pelosi said the facts on impeachment are beginning to hit a nerve with voters thankful are realizing when they see what that life they say the public thinks that they should be determining who the president of the United States is not some foreign power they think that no one is above the law elsewhere on Capitol Hill the Senate adopted a resolution recognizing the Armenian genocide the house has already approved a similar measure despite opposition from the trump state department now the administration is concerned such a move would further complicate US ties with Turkey North Korea today accused the US of hostile provocation that for criticizing north Korea's ballistic missile test yesterday during a U. N. security council meeting now North Korea warned the trump administration may have blown its chances to salvage any nuclear negotiations the Federal Trade Commission is reportedly considering a preliminary injunction against Facebook over anti trust concerns Dow Jones reported earlier the issue is over how Facebook products interact with those of potential rivals and the federal government has charged ten former National Football League players with defrauding an NFL health care fund they are alleged to have participated in a scheme to steal three point four million dollars from a fund for retired players global news twenty four hours a day on air and a quick take by Bloomberg powered by more than twenty seven hundred journalists and analysts in more than one hundred twenty countries I'm Doug prisoner Brian alright Doug thanks very much the time here twenty two minutes before the top of the hour let's get to Dan shorts one with global sports news and Dan when will the champions league draw happen that's a great question Brian they've announced that that round the sixteen draws now set for Monday at six am eastern time the first legs to be played starting February eighteenth the second legs beginning March ten some of the group stage winners are Bayern Munich Barcelona Juventus Liverpool he sings Amanda Manchester city arsenal reaching the round of thirty two of the Europa league a to all groups stay draw with standard Lee Asian Belgium to Cairo soccer scoring legalizing the eighty first minute Manchester United dominate AZ Alkmaar for little traffic behind two second half goals from Mason Greenwood they also advance to the knock outs could recently sacked arsenal boss and I every be staying in the premier league is a Spaniard held held talks with Everton.

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"mr. corbin" Discussed on FT Politics

FT Politics

03:35 min | 2 years ago

"mr. corbin" Discussed on FT Politics

"So I think we should dismiss the kind of lentil munching musings of title Hippie. When he says of this stuff there is stuff to think about in? It doesn't look Prime Ministerial in the heat of election purpose and the other thing low as well that I think has sort of resonate with people as well particularly over Georgia in its lack of apology is a source of belligerence from Mr Corbin on this that as has been said he has apologized for this before and Richard Bergen the shadow the justice secretary. Who's a key ally? Mr Cohen was out on the broadcast rounds. This morning saying look. We are sorry. We should have handled this better. Jeremy has apologized before it just raised this the question of. Why didn't he just do that last night? When the three million people watching this is the point and this is what really struck yesterday saying him in person and then seeing him later this interview? Even if you want up every controversy that the party's been going through on this issue of the last few years just watching him he felt really blitz and he felt really uncomfortable comfortable and on the defensive instead of reaching out he chose to sort of retreat internally when he stood up and said that he'd encourage Jewish leaders just to engage with him. The MUSTPHA backfired because leaders were coming out yesterday and saying that they've been promising talks for years and they just haven't happened. The KUBAN hasn't been willing to meet with them so that's why it just looked really bad and his tone was awful and he looked aggressive in Andrew. Neil interview when really he needs to be doing the the absolute opposite and I can't understand why he was advised to do. He did a why he chose not to come out and apologize. It was the tone of it even. If you didn't didn't understand every detail of what happened yesterday you just watched him and you'd see the headlines and the refusal to apologize. You wouldn't understand why I think this whole afoot talk to people who is very familiar to those have been watching Jeremy cope with the decades that his manner is all about dialogue. He talks very good game about one should have thought along with both sides of every controversial issue. But those who've worked for a long time now that during the troubles no marlins he was talking to one side. There are no records of into CONC- unionists during the Nolan troubles and likewise when it comes to Israel Palestine you will see two into the Israeli side. Obviously not he's any talks. Decide that he naturally sympathizes empathizes with and of course during the troubles as well. It's been pointed out that he spoke a lot to senior. IRA figures like Gerry. Adams and Martin McGuinness but didn't engage with peaceful uh-huh unionists such as the SDLP points the question. He's never really been able to answer now after all that George Labor desperately tried to get back on the front foot with a leaked dossier this morning. Some government minutes of meetings about a trade deal with us. They had this press conference first thing on Wednesday morning. What'd you make? They had to say about future. Trade deal was a document which has been knocking around for awhile. In fact Jeremy Corbyn brandished a redacted version of this document a while back and certainly the oppression has been allowed to gather quite successful from a Labor point of view. which is that? The secret talks going on behind the scenes. It was worked on by channel. Four dispatches originally expose this where the health service this was discussed by Trade officials in the context of the US trade deal and in fact it's been one of the most successful attack. Lines of Jeremy Corbyn in this campaign is managed to turn the BREXIT's questions question about the future trade deal in the possibility. The chess is up for sale and up for grabs from rapacious trump. And the fact that Donald Trump is coming to person next week for a NATO post-summit there's something which is causing palpitations at conservative campaign headquarters because the last thing bay one is donald trump coming along and basically endorsing forest Johnson..

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"mr. corbin" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

05:57 min | 2 years ago

"mr. corbin" Discussed on KQED Radio

"Using politicians in protecting those responsible for Daphne Kerr wanna go let's use death she was killed by a car bomb in twenty seventeen she'd been investigating corruption at the highest levels of Malta's government our sister is Karina Vella to our stuff is there for us always been linked to her work no we've seen official recognition of that in the form of a newspaper report a crime to the police saying they were following up on something that doesn't have reported about people had in recent months switched from being going complete denial she's trying to excuse and defend what is very evident to corrupt behavior now finally for having to face up to the fact that the prime minister's chief of star is implicated in the murder enquiring the very fact that he's implicated in the murder enquiring is enough to shake even the most resin used people in the Nile so far three people have been charged in relation to the killing but police still want to find out who ordered it rich Preston now it's a British politics weather late believes that Jeremy Corbyn has been singled out by persons most senior Jewish leader he questioned his fitness to be prime minister if he wins December's general election the chief rabbi says the poison of anti semitism has taken root in the labor policy but speaking to the BBC Jeremy Corbyn said that could be no place for any kind of racism in his policy our political correspondent is Norman Smith the intervention by the chief rabbi in the middle of an election could scarcely be more damaging reigniting doubts about mystical bins handling of anti semitism but also his leadership an issue his opponents want to make central to this campaign Mr Corbin chose not to respond directly to the chief rabbis criticism despite the deeply personal charges namely that the poison in the labor party had been sanctioned from the top that claims to have dealt with it were eight mendacious fiction and that Mr Corbin was complicit in prejudice the labor leaders speaking at the launch of its part is race and faith manifesto defended himself by pointing to new rules and false tracked expulsions and he highlighted as he has done on many occasions before his record as an anti racism campaign up I just have a schism in any form is vital and will there is no place what so ever anti semitism in any shape or form or in any place from what so ever in modern Britain under a labor government it will not be tolerated in any form what so ever one of my this call bins words however failed once again to allay the disquiet of many in the Jewish community afterwards the British board of deputies said it was impossible to trust Mr Corbin given his readiness to indulge and T. C. mites and interviewed by the B. B. C.'s Andrew Neil Mr Corbin repeatedly refused to apologize wouldn't you like to take this opportunity tonight to apologize to the British Jewish community for what's happened what else right is this I am determined that awesome sight to be safe for people of all faiths I don't want anyone to be failing in secure in our society so you know what gets the abuse I receive on the streets on the trains all in all the Jews and others form of life Mr Corbin's aids may well take the view that this now probably little the labour leader can say or do to win over his critics but today's row is much more than just a damaging destruction it threatens to fuel on knees about Mr Corbin's leadership Norman Smith and we end this program in Spain when members of the European Space Agency a gathering to agree a multi billion dollar program the money will cover a range of projects from new S. observation satellites to missions to the moon and malls a science correspondent Jonathan Amos reports from Seville every three years European Space Agency member states come together to approve its policies it's two days of hard negotiation this country's paid cash to take the lead on new rocket systems planetary probes in new types of telecom satellite national industries a guaranteed lucrative our indie investment in return the meeting always starts with some drama and this time it's centered on whether the U. K. will live up to a promise to increase its annual subscription of three hundred nineteen million dollars off to some to and fro between officials here in Seville in London I'm more than fifteen percent uplift does now looks likely it would enable Britain to participate in the American project to return humans to the moon and to build a satellite to warn of dangers I would burst from the sun well the European Space Agency is very much a vehicle to drive the global competitiveness of Europe space industry it also takes very seriously its mission to inspire says director of science going to hazing if you don't continue to dream than our kids in fifty years and our French and will not have somebody where they say we are standing on the shoulders of times we have to continue that tradition and have to break new ground in order to really enable the next generation of society professor hazing expects the money he's given this week will allow him to accelerate to project to sense the shaking of the universe swim to colossal black holes collide that was all science correspondent Jonathan a most with that report you've been listening to the news room from the BBC world service with me Sean it's gonna get and we'll have a full news rounds up next distribution of the BBC.

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Jeremy Corbyn: No-deal Brexit would leave UK 'at mercy of US'

BBC World Service

00:54 sec | 2 years ago

Jeremy Corbyn: No-deal Brexit would leave UK 'at mercy of US'

"The British opposition leader Jeremy Corbyn has said he will do everything possible to stop unknown deal brexit the labor party leader said leaving the E. U. without agreement will destroy jobs and put Britain at the mercy of president trump the prime minister Boris Johnson has said Britain will leave the issue at the end of October the support from the currently the prime minister said it is touching goal whether the U. K. will be able to negotiate a new deal in the next two months labor and most other opposition parties who are determined to stop a new deal breaks it into the the only to parliament to discuss strategy although Mr Corbin's plan to install himself as emergency prime minister appears for no unlikely to succeed several sources from several parties are hopeful they can coalesce around a plan to pass legislation to force Boris Johnson to ask for an extension if no deal looms

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"mr. corbin" Discussed on 77WABC Radio

77WABC Radio

13:11 min | 3 years ago

"mr. corbin" Discussed on 77WABC Radio

"I'm John bachelor. Thaddeus McCotter, my colleague, and co-host, and we marched to the sound of guns. This is rod. The predator state Iran. The news you will see includes statements by the secretary of State, Mr Pompeo that he will speak to Iran without conditions Iran's response, his impertinent, however, the facts are more persuasive about Iran's, bad acting than the smart, sinus. Malcolm Hoenlein, Conference of presidents, Major American Jewish organizations, joins us. We begin with Malcolm. Good evening. What is pay to slay pay? The sleigh is the policy of the Palestinian Authority to reward those who kill Israelis tourists in Israel. And the more they kill the more, they get the Taylor four sack named from marine killed by Palestinian terrorists passed by congress and signed by the president detracts from any amounts of money in aid, given to the Palestinian tar PD amount, that they spend on the T, paying the terrorists, or there's survivors give. Them lifetime pensions giving them higher salaries than policemen three times higher than policemen. And encouraging people to engage in these acts. In fact, they honored this week. Abu Jihad who was responsible for tax to kill two hundred twenty five people. They named a new university building for him and continued to honor and pay tribute naming squares, and honoring them in this has caused even Europeans to join separate to cut back the funding. It's it is such an outrageous. Action. But it what's interesting now is the HAMAs leaders thanked Iran in the last twenty four hour for the rockets that they gave them and said, you know, how surprised everybody was by their ability to be able to hit their seven hit other areas, and they said, but also, they think them for six hundred fifty thousand dollars which went to pay for the people who engaged in the riots and we're building and to pay the families or the survivors off. So we see that the that Iran's hand is in much of this. But this pay to slay continues, and no matter what actions, the west takes, and it's been pretty universal in condemning it. The PA is not responding that is knocking we've seen in self-defense, Israel attack targets in Syria. What targets were about. So this is a we read about the tack of will to missiles that were fired from Syria onto. Israeli territory nor towards Israel Israel hit back as they do each time, because it's not something they can allow to escalate. As you remember Israel. And we discussed the attacks that were made on arms depots at the Iranian Syrian Damascus airport, the IOT see on revolutionary guard moved from the Damascus international airport to the up to the T four airbase in homes, which is a northern Syria thinking, they'd be more protected. And in fact, started to build storage facilities quite large ones for Iranian weapons missiles, and other equipment. So Israel hit have these Iranian weapons depots at the hamster at t four and it also hit weapons storage sites and construction sites manufacturing sites on that location. Malcolm, we go immediately to, to the question of the anniversary of the reuniting of Jerusalem, fifty two years somewhat prior to the state of Israel being declared by the United Nations. What is? Malcolm, you and I have been in Israel many times together, and you have been traveling to Jerusalem since you were a, a mere lad and the city was divided. What is the significance of the reuniting today? Malcolm, and twenty nineteen I'd say it's even more important today than it was fifty two years ago or as important after the six day war launched against Israel and into defensive for reunited. Jerusalem. Hopefully, never to be redivided in support of the US for that by moving the embassy to Jerusalem, the western truism wasn't important stake in that in that regard. And the celebration is also of it, which takes place in Israel with marches, and celebrations of all kinds. There's also the protest March and demonstrations, often violent by the Palestinian Authority, the walks, despite the fact on Friday, two hundred sixty thousand Muslims came to pray at the walks and even the. Despite the threats of terror attacks etcetera, so Israel opened the walk to Muslims for prayer. And if that closed it for Jews for some period of time to allow them to have the Moslems, Malcolm, what is the walk, the walk religious authority in charge of the Temple Mount, which is accountable, supposedly to, to Jordan, sometimes to Saudi Arabia, and Morocco claim, but primarily the Jordan, which funds and supports it as the government of Israel. But they are often controlled by very extreme elements and the day, the word is that HAMAs orchestrated a lot of these activities demonstrations, the riots inside Israel as well in the Palestinian areas. And they, they will they the court ordered them to stop certain actions and they refused lock refused. The orders of the court and the demonstrations, many of them got out of hand, but they spread also in Iran. Yet, tens of thousands of people burning American flags and his Rayleigh flags even Honey reef, the president farm minister, attended, where they heard very extreme statements. So the portrayal these guys as moderates skin. Debunked, and Iraq. We saw the Shiite Muslim militias backed by Iran burning United States flags and is rarely flags and many of the populate popular mobile forces marching with Iranian flags of Iran is utilizing this as a as a recruitment and mobilization tool, and also to protest against any peace process that America might launch that is, Malcolm the president's in the United Kingdom and it brings to mind, the problem, Mr. Corbin now has, again, patron of group shutting down to business. Well, that's exactly right. And they this is, you know, it's really unbelievable. But this is a pro Palestinian group in UK that mister Corbin is a patron of that group and they targeted shops, not only Jewish owned, but any shop that sold Israeli pride products in Brighton London, Manchester. And in fact, force to businesses to close by con. Instantly hounding them and they released the video by the by anti racism, campaigners drawing attention to their hasn't of Jews who sell goods or things from Israel and showed the campaign of intimidation that has been going on for years. And, and Corbin again, gets us societas with it. We also saw that the. The British ambassador in Iran spoke today about about the mistake United States, mating pulling out, and that, that he that Britain will stay with the JP away, as long as Iran implements that they will continue to implement it. And that they he said that the American policy of maximum pressure will go nowhere. We'll certainly will go nowhere as long as that is the case. And I know that the US has been pressing Germany, as well to declare his a lot, a terrorist organization, full the terrorists instead of splitting it, and saying, those civilian, and military side, you know, Europe keep sending mixed signals to, to these elements into different terrorist organizations, and their supporters instead of giving a consistent tough message that will reinforce them tobacco carbons hates Baker, Malcolm, understand the secretary of state has a comment about this. He doesn't like him. I can tell you that, but he was the president also spoke about the mayor of, of London, Pompeo, really took to task Corbin and, and talk to him about being associated with these groups in these demonstrations. And people don't understand how pervasive anti semitism, the hatred into labor party is under under who has an sometimes paid lip service, but by and large nothing and does nothing and the studies that show how much the antisemitic hatred has permeated, the labor party. He's and caused at least nine ten maybe by now, many more people to resign from the party going on their own creating alternative labor party, not because of Brexit. But because they can't stand the racism and bigotry and mostly anti semitism, that isn't here into the party club from Mr. Pompeo. It is disgusting to see leaders. In not only the United Kingdom. But the United States is, well, who continue to support the murderous dictator Madore? It is not an either of our country's best interest for those leaders to continue to advocate on their behalf. The secretary of state looks to be speaking to Mr. carbon and Maduro of Venezuela. But Iran and the jihadists, in the cuts are of the link how so, Malcolm, what first of all, he, he's been talking. He's talking really to the supporters, he knows he's not going to influence Madora and Corbin and the extremists. But it's all of those who give support to get common cause and we know that Madurai has been drawing support from the Iranians from the Turks from others who and the Russians will come to to Venezuela backed him in this time. I secretary pump pay has been courageously outspoken incorrect in approaching a lot of the issues that we see today is trying to sound a warning. You know they they, you know they. You look at the panoply of issues that confront us in the trend that is going more or less than one way. Whether it's if you win to national four or the countries of Europe, they continue to have these hypocritical policies, and the, the only party that's really standing up, too. Many of them is the United States that is, Malcolm, we talked about Iran's Slater play. Now, can you explain to me, why the British thing that a country like Iran, that will pay people to kill Jewish should of tourists in Israel. If somehow trustworthy on the issue of nuclear proliferation is inexplicable, and in, it is the weakness of these parties. And they're looking at what has happened. The, the fact that the United States cut off the remaining countries that we're buying oil. We understand that they the experts are dropping close to zero. It is really having an impact on Iran. And you know, they were Honey today said they were on, we'll not talk with anybody. You know who, who? Comes to them without the supplication. Essentially, whilst the secretary Pompeo said, we'll talk without condition, but there has to be some standard and the, the, the sanctions, the United States has been imposing, which is not warfare. It's economic warfare, but it's no firing of guns where we know that Iran is moving and, and with the military equipment in advance and, you know, nobody talks about ocupation by Iran of the islands in the grant, which we will talk about it at some point. But the, the end to, and the expansion of their base with which we now have videos of inside these cavernous places where their missiles are being assembled and launched and yet they talk about it as if it's a trusted partner as it is somebody, they clearly violating the JCP. Oh, they're supporting the terrorists everywhere, and the in, in the region and beyond the region into South American Africa. And yet, somehow. Can't some courage their proxy. They have thirty six local militias in southern Syria loan with thousands of fighters. We know that they have been put people near the Golan recently and recruiting Indika, netra providence, which is Jason to the goal goal on. There have been clashes between local forces and pro Assad forces, where they rainy and bankers are proselytizing for she is in trying to convert locals and paying them. So that, that their actions disruptive actions are everywhere. We see it in Lebanon. We'll see what they doing any rock, and how much they are expanding their influence now in Iraq through their proxy groups and militias that they've organized their knock him hotline conference of presidents Major American Jewish organizations that McCotter, WJR, the great voice of the Great Lakes. When we come back, we will go in search of Indiana Hoenlein, who has Enserch of revelations in the Middle East. I'm John Batchelor..

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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. corbin" Discussed on WORT 89.9 FM

WORT 89.9 FM

04:05 min | 3 years ago

"mr. corbin" Discussed on WORT 89.9 FM

"Can always Email me at dash dot. Stay tuned for the BBC news. The head of Instagram has vowed to remove all images of self harm from the image sharing after an outcry of the suicide of a British teenager. Molly. Russell speaking to the BBC animal sairy admitted that his company wasn't doing enough to police graphic images of self harm. And suicide we have to accept the responsibility that we have to keep people safe. We have to move more quickly to make more progress and all of those issues, and I think we also have to be transparent about what we do in. How we do it. Mr. Maseri also said he would consider his position. If such images were still found on the app in six months time, Bali Russell's parents believe the fourteen year old took her own life in two thousand seventeen after viewing graphic material on Instagram. Regulators in Germany have said they will impose new restrictions on the way. Facebook collects data from its users sometimes without their knowledge, the German antitrust watchdog accused the social media giant of abusing its market dominance to gather information. Facebook said it would appeal against the decision the ruining is likely to influence watchdogs in other countries Francaise recorded ambassador to Italy for talks after what it described as a series of outrageous statements by Rome. The rebuke comes after the deputy head of Italy's government. Mattiello Vesper testers who were preparing to contest. The European elections Hughes Cowfield has this report recalling your ambassador is not the kind of gesture you expect between two neighboring nominally friendly countries. But then the relationship between the president Macron FRANZ and the populist government of Italy has been inimical from the start for France. The tipping point came on Tuesday when the five-star leader Luigi de mayo came to the central French town of Monty. And met some leaders of the anti-government yellow vest movement. For president Macron, this is a clear breach of the unwritten rule that foreign countries do not intervene in the politics of their neighbors responding Mr. de Maya said his meeting with the yellow vest was perfectly legitimate, the president of the European Council. Donald tusk said there's no breakthrough in sight to the deadlock over Britain has exit from the European Union. After meeting the British Prime Minister, Theresa may, Mr. to tweeted that talks would continue. Meanwhile, MRs may has received a letter from the British opposition leader, Jeremy Corbyn, setting out his conditions for supporting a Brexit deal. His political correspondent, rob Watson, put crudely Jeremy Corbyn is offering labor support for a deal f Theresa May as willing to go for a softer, Brexit and other words, a form of Brexit that leaves the UK closer to the EU than currently envisaged by the prime minister. There is a suspicion. Mr. Corbin is making the offer in. In the hope and expectation it will be rejected by MRs may leaving the conservatives to own Brexit and its potential downsides. World news from the BBC. The United Nations expert investigating the death. Of Gerard Khashoggi said the Saudi journalist was the victim of a brutal and premeditated killing by officials of the Saudi Arabian state and Calamar who's just returned from a fact-finding mission to Turkey said she'd been given access to crucial information including chilling and gruesome audio material obtained by the Turkish intelligence agency. She had the techies you'll charges efforts to investigate had been seriously curtailed and undermined by Saudi Arabia. They've been protests in the Sudanese capital Khartoum in support of hundreds of people who've been arrested since anti-government rallies erupted in December the demonstrators shouted for freedom. Peace and Justice. The riot police quickly confronted them with tear gas. It was the first significant March.

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"mr. corbin" Discussed on 760 KFMB Radio

760 KFMB Radio

06:21 min | 3 years ago

"mr. corbin" Discussed on 760 KFMB Radio

"I love them. They're they are the biggest bomb. It is the breadwinner will show him seven sixty talker. Breaking news. I was talking about this earlier about a Cortez taking fire because she had a Sunday night phone, call with the British Labour leader, Jeremy Corbyn, she's a democratic freshman, and she's finding herself criticized on social media after it was discovered. She spoke with the British Labour leader, Jeremy Corbyn, who is steeped in controversy has been accused of rank anti-semitism by the likes of the UK's. Chief Rabbi Jonathan sacks on Sunday. Corbin tweeted, great to speak to on the phone this evening and hear first-hand how she's challenging the status quo. Corbin shares Okaz Cortez's socialist worldview also tweeted, quote, let's build a movement across borders to take on billionaires polluters and migrant baiters. And support a happier freer cleaner planet. Cossio cortez. Also honored to share a great hope in the peace prosperity, plus Justice that everyday people can create when we uplift one another across class race at identity at home and abroad. The carbon conversation comes off another controversy involving ocasio Cortez went on July fifteenth episode of PBS firing line she referred to Israel control of Judea and Samaria as the occupation of Palestine an interview last week. She incorrectly said the conversation was doctored by political opponents or talk with Corbin sparked a sharp reaction on Twitter, including American Enterprise scholar, Christina summers who tweeted, dear MS a Cortez. Mr. Corbin is an anti-semitic you do not want to do to the Democratic Party. What's our sore and to meek Mallory did to the women's March? Nearly forty percent. Of British Jews would seriously consider emigrating. If Jeremy Corbyn became prime minister. Eighty five point nine percent of UK Jews view him as an anti Semite. According to a September poll. The president of the United States ought to come out and say if Jeremy Corbyn becomes the prime minister of Great Britain, then you are welcome to emigrate to the United States. You should come to the United States. And we will we will welcome you with open arms into the United States because we are a country that proudly stands with our allies and among them Israel. But that's not that's not really true because Sharada Brown cut number eight Sherrod Brown. He wants to be president United States. He does the single solitary best impersonation of Alex Jones that I have ever heard. And it's his actual speaking voice. He sounds just needs to do is pitch. You on nine eleven was an inside job and colloidal silver. And I'll tell you what he could be AJ right there. Here's a Sherrod Brown saying that the president's erase it, no doubt racist. We always a racist. Go ahead there. Sharon, what do you wanna say? We know he lies frequently and we know of his racial battery racist comments and background excuse me. I've got a frog in my throat. Who didn't we do? We used to listen to him do sports talk at night. Are. Yeah. Ferrall. It sounds like ferrall on the badge. The NEC's saying that'd be great there. Jim sharpe. Share that with the update a notch. Please. Greg in del mar. Hello, greg. What's on your mind today? Hey, how here's one for you too. I really wish she could hear this and respond, but you know, the Democrats are very short shortsighted in their thinking. And they never realized or thank you know, today. What are they gonna do? When the flood of immigrants who certainly will never informed, your US standards of anything. Good poorly educated have no regard for their environment. And you can go look at their own countries where the poor dairy. They have no regard for trash mortar oil down street for running cars that should never be operational. How the Democrats can impose their environmental laws on the immigrants who are the worst offenders in their own world. They're going to bring that new style of mental pollution out of the way, they want to have no concern for their mom and co they're they're green plans on these people who simply will never adhere to now. Wait a minute. I thought the narrative was that the big rich CEO's the powerful CEO's like Howard Schultz, and Jeff Bezos and Warren Buffett were responsible for the earth getting raped. Are you telling me that people in these these poor countries? Poor people these countries do not. Respect the same EPA standards that we do with our Cadillac and four dollar gas. Really? Just go look at their country and go visit any of these places in Central America. But they're poor. Listen, they're they're too poor for the no see there are too poor environmentalism. Let's be honest is a rich person's pursuit. Can we be honest about that it is a wealthy nations? Obsession it's like it's like sailing for people who are too boring to go out on a sailboat. It's like is. Yachting or sculling? Here's one more after Howard people heat their homes cook food without fossil fuels. I wanna see that one salt. How do they pay for her college? Wasn't. She illegal immigrant, and it was all free because she's she's no way. Dude. Get outta here. No. I just want to know where she where did she how did she pay for college? How did she went to university? That's very expensive. Look, john. I'm gonna guess it's about sixty. I bet it's about sixty spins a year just to go to be just for the tuition. So she goes to Boston College. She gets a degree. She comes out. What does she do for five years before she runs for congress? Like what is Alexander Cortez's job for five years. Do.

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"mr. corbin" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

04:06 min | 3 years ago

"mr. corbin" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"Financial results than Wall Street was looking for warning that fluctuations in the US dollar are likely to erode the drugmakers bottom line shares down more than three percent in early trading and variety. -cations supposedly fourth quarter sales that missed analysts estimates a disappointment to investors after the telecom giants deep cost cuts in vinyl months of twenty eighteen H-shares her down four percent. That's a Bloomberg business flash. Tom. Karen, thank you so much. I just want to say we've been making some light comments on Brexit today. For those in the United Kingdom is exceptionally serious. It is a packed house of Commons scheduled to speak is the prime minister of United Kingdom, we hope to take as many Mr. Corbin stepping onto the floor of the labour leader, and we'll see how that evolves here in the coming moments right now with James Jovita is of course, former NATO commander for years with the Fletcher school. Now, the Carlisle group Amherst Ravidas, I want to dovetail in here the policy of trade negotiations the very real wildly events which got very serious yesterday with a substantial set of indictments by the Justice department of. The United States of America with your perception of how China will react to this western event. What will that be able to be as how will China react, they will react very badly. And of course, we know that they've shown us the tell which is the arrest of a group of Canadian diplomats, and citizens, Tom, and I think what we're seeing more broadly is a real shift from what we traditionally think of as geopolitics which tends to have a million hurry overlay to geo economics and the use of economic tools more aggressively going both ways. So I would say, wow, wait buckle up. One more question as we await the prime minister the United Kingdom all this. Brexit debate Ambrose to beat us will diminish. The British navy will diminish the British fighting force, which is of course, legendary back centuries. Unfortunately, it will. And this is Brexit itself is bad news, not only for Britain at my do and for the United States, but for NATO because it undermines Tom this unified European voice. One of my predecessors is commander. General Eisenhower said that the greatest strategic advantage at the United States is a unified Europe. Watching it being pulled apart will affect the navy as well as the other branches of the British armed forces in all of the distractions that. And particularly Tom if someone like Jeremy Corbyn comes into power look for massive cuts. He would make Bernie Sanders. Look like Santa Claus in terms of what he would be doing for the British military and some of this James, this is the sum of wine NATO exists. Now, a lot of people are saying, you know, it's not nineteen sixty nine hundred forty it's not even two thousand is is the is the NATO structure solely because of the perceived threat of Mr Putin and Russia, not at all. And if you go back to the original premise of NATO, it was to keep the Russians out keep the Germans down and keep the Americans in was the catchphrase phrase. That's still exists. The power of NATO is probably not that no outside nation has attacked the NATO nations that after two thousand years European war. There's no NATO member has attacked another NATO member. So there's a unifying function that we ought to be historically mindful enough to appreciate and oh, by the way, Russia hasn't gone away as a threat, they smell exist. James kubis? Thank you so much with Carlisle group this morning, and now from the United Kingdom and the house of Commons. The Prime Minister Theresa may about h does.

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"mr. corbin" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

05:18 min | 3 years ago

"mr. corbin" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"Marcus President Trump's decision to pull troops out of serious coming onto renewed pressure. After four Americans were killed in a suicide attack. Islamic state has claimed responsibility the terrorist group the president said a month ago was effectively defeated the Pentagon said its forces were on a routine patrol when the attack occurred Russian President Putin will head a powerful delegation in Serbia today. Aiming to cement cooperation with a country seeking to join the EU ahead of his Belgrade. Visit President Putin accused some western countries of trying to to stabilize the Balkans. And we should be swapping meet full Pompes foods in order to protect the planet for future generations. That's according to a report from experts from sixteen countries who specialize in things like health, nutrition and environmental sustainability the research says eating more fruits and vegetables would cut premature death and reduce damaging climate change. Global news twenty four hours a day on errant tick tock. On Twitter, powered by more than twenty seven hundred journalists and unlistenable the one hundred twenty countries and the guarantee this is playing back, Markus. That's very much Liana quick read headline on the Bloomberg time and this morning, Indonesia, leaving the seven day reverse report unchanged at six percent now. Let's turn to the Brexit story. Theresa May said to be preparing to blah, red lines to find the Brexit compromise that could get through parliament after surviving no-confidence votes in her government. The UK prime minister held discussions with other party leaders last night's about a way forward. But the labour leader, Jeremy Corbyn, refused to take part demanding that Theresa May rules out a no deal Brexit before talks can take place for more. I'm joined by Bloomberg's news director, David merrit, David great to have you here. So as as governments safe now. Well, from it really, of course, she did win that vote last night, very comprehensively. Of course, none of her own MP siding with the labour motion competence, but there's. Nothing to stop Mr. Corbin proposing more votes of no confidence in the government down the line. His make his speech. Stay in a marginal Tory seats in the south of England that sort of thing you do when you're really on an election footing. And of course, he's refused to engage with the prime minister as you just said in these cross party talks try to come to some sort of compromise. So over the next few days, we're going to learn what Mrs Maes plan B might be if she's blurring some of those red lines, for instance, then it's going to be quite interesting because that may alienate some of her own party that could provide another opportunity for Mr. Corbin to have another go one of these companies votes in the expectation that she would have annoyed so many of our impedes by that point that they may switch sides and join him to bring her government down. What about the other party here? Could they sort of come to Theresa May's help in this situation? I'm talking about the SNP the Liberal Democrats and the other smaller part, but if you look at the scale of the defeat that she had in parliament, it really she's going to have to get the labor party to shift position in. In order to get this deal through. Yes. There are quite a few. I said p. Members. There's almost no liberal Democrat. He's left in parliament as well as the numbers are pretty pretty slim. So whilst it's important to try says canvass opinion from all those other parties, the labor party is the key to this process to getting a deal done if she still can't get most of her own MP's onside. So really, Mr Corbett. It's not that surprising. He's not willing to play. Here is not in his interest. Really to get a deal for MRs. May he continues to push for an election continues to want to find a way to get into Downing Street. It's not gonna help him there by turning around and supporting any deal that MRs may puts on the table. I'm wondering what kind of plan b might emerge then in the next few days, essentially Tremaine now holding talks she needs to present something rights or as soon as Monday, and I'm just kinda wondering as we say that the red lines to certain extent, perhaps might be blood. What exactly my that constitute or this? Very interesting listening to her speaking the comments yesterday you were. Wouldn't have thought she's anywhere near blurring of red line. She was asked time, and again, when you're gonna change your mind about things like a customs union, which they may well be a majority for in the Commons in time to get she batted back by the British people voted to have an independent trade policy devoted to control their borders laws of minorities, the same things we've been hearing from she repeated those ad infinitum in the common buzz as you've mentioned officials privately saying that she's coming around day that she is going to have to bless some of those red lines. Well, let's say only logical path right going to get support in parliament. She needs to sort of head the softer in the software, you rethink that. There's probably if there is any sort of consensus in parliament, it is probably for a slightly softer form of Brexit down. We have at the moment also think even the European side. They've said repeatedly they're not going to budge on some of the things that are in the redraw had been so toxic such as Darius backstop. However, if Britain wants to try and propose a closer relationship with Europe. So that's a softer version could be something about the customs union. For example, or even single market membership. Then they're very that's very beneficial for European Union. Of course, any close relationship with percents said that's may mean talks could be reopened in some progress can be made, but we're gonna find out soon enough. And in the meantime, what seventy one days to go before March.

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"mr. corbin" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

04:35 min | 3 years ago

"mr. corbin" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"To Bloomberg BusinessWeek, Carol Massar along with Jason Kelly. We of course, watching the vote out of UK we want to bring in a Maria today. Oh, she is watching everything going on in the UK parliament over there in London for Bloomberg. News Maria good to have you here with us. So where are we in this process? It's no confidence vote for UK Prime Minister Theresa may. Well, I think that she will make it through. But it doesn't make anything different or better for the prime minister. Those situation is just as difficult as it was yesterday game to be in the next few weeks. The reality is that there is no majority at this point to get anything done on breakfast. And at this point if you look at what? Today in the is natio- has to come up with a radical plan. What does that really mean awhile? It's unclear but we think it probably set knows that she has to get across party. Did it looks very different to what she has. Some kind of made me softer Brexit, perhaps approach may the MP's or hat and go with your more radical decision that is a vote on Brexit itself. Right. And that cross party collaboration seems to be something that many people Maria are saying there's just no way that's going to happen. What are you hearing in terms of the other constituencies being willing to work with the prime minister and her government at this point? Interesting that we would say there's just no way to get this done because the reality is there is no way to get a no deal done either way. I I would say it would be easier for the prime minister to reach out to maybe not the Brexit years and her party who we know would prefer clean break. She doesn't want to do that. She always wants to get a deal done, which is why she's made so many concessions, then their negation started, and perhaps now she would sink. I have to turn to the possession, which is interesting because over day defiled. This nation of no confidence that she knows. They're on members of the labor party who actually wants to get deal Donahue apprai- year at and would like to see perhaps if soft Brexit, and that means she would also have to give concessions to the opposition. Would I here again, it's unconfirmed is that the half the way to do? This is to keep the UK in some kind of permanent customs union whether European Union and to strip away the jarred on that means basically keep the UK in a very very close relationship with the that perhaps means cannot really do own trade deals away. She promised to wet, and is that ensured hand is that sort of a Norway type solution. Well, that's a very good point for a very long time with her. She could go for a no way made in Norway plus twelve plus can semi possibilities. But I think what she has to do and running quickly because the European Union has said we need to hear from a we need to hear from me and gave kind of test the water. And this is what kid goes through the department at this point. I think about what the ideal situation that she was like or the ideal deal. It's really just a practicality what can go through the UK parliament. And then go for that. I just want to point out. We have a live blog here on the Bloomberg watching the UK government confidence vote as we speak and it's expected to take about fifteen minutes. The result expected at about a quarter past the hour. And what you need is. But may needs a majority of nose to win while majority of as would me a win for Mr. Corbin. So just to keep in, you know, watching terms of other results and what they mean this. No confidence vote though Maria is different from the no confidence vote. We got in December, correct? Correct. Very correct to the one we got on December. That was filed by her own colleagues by her own party. Who said she was not the right woman to lead the negotiations and should leave. Remember, she won that vote. And that means that she cannot be charged for year. So in a way, she left out being strengthened by that today as filed by the opposition against the government, which means that if they win over say may would be alchemy government would be toppled. But again, we're not expecting that we expect her to stay in power. Maria today. Oh, joining us from London as we keep an eye on what is happening there in the UK parliament. Let's Maria hang with us for just a second to check in on the markets real quick, right and see whether those fed.

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"mr. corbin" Discussed on Here & Now

Here & Now

04:02 min | 3 years ago

"mr. corbin" Discussed on Here & Now

"You are. I'm Robin young. I'm Jeremy Hobson it's here. And now a lot going on in Washington today, and we'll get to that. But also another huge day in London with British Prime Minister Theresa may fighting to keep her job. She faces a no confidence vote today after parliament rejected her Brexit plan by historic margin yesterday. Joining us now from London is BBC, political correspondent, rob Watson. Rob first of all where do you think San today? Well, think it's fast essay off the most astonishing defeat in parliamentary history that Mrs Maes deal and leadership over Brexit. Just a racket I'm going to think it's brutal and Nostra's that a more generally. Of course, British politics is in. Turmoil. So this long-lasting crisis that we've had arguably the worst since the second World War since the the referendum in two thousand sixteen it continues. I think arguably deepens do you think it's possible that may will resign? I don't think it's likely that she will resign. Theresa May is immensely stubborn, and of course, most normal circumstances. Remember, those words, normal circuses. Theresa May would resign and her government would have fallen. I mean, this is the worst defeats that any prime minister suffered since we had this form of government in the eighteenth century. The reason why she's not going as because the conservative party conflict of anyone bathroom at this moment. And they haven't been able to for a long time. And because the opposition just don't have the votes to get rid of a now all of that Jeremy could change because again, remember what I said these are not normal times. I mean, it's possible. If if she can't solve the Brexit crisis before twenty ninth of March of this year. Well, and who knows maybe they would be general election. Well, the twenty ninth of March has. Always been the deadline two years after they invoked article fifty in the UK, but it does sound today. Like, it's much more likely that that is going to be extended beyond the twenty ninth of March. Well, if you think about the four options night as leaving with a deal of some salt that looks incredibly problematic after last night's votes Britain, leaving without any kind of deal, it's whole remaining in the European Union as a result of a referendum all that a fan fat delay. I'm gonna centrally would rule out today. Now that wouldn't be easy in this case you'd have to agree with the with the twenty-seven other members of the European Union. It would be very hard for Theresa. May. He's promised those seventeen point four million leave voters. Don't worry. We're believing on the twenty ninth of March. We spoke today with a labour member of parliament, David lamb, e who is in favor of a second referendum on Brexit. He says after what happened yesterday momentum is building for that. What is your sense of that? I think he may be right in this Ravi source of negative sense. And that is if the politicians com agree on how to deal with the results of the referendum, and that is basically at the root of this of this crisis. If that persists then than having to turn around to the voters, no matter how reluctant many of the politicians are to do that. They may just have no choice. So Mr. lamb may. Well, be right. But we're not there yet. It seems like one of Theresa May's biggest assets right now is that for many members of parliament. She's better than the alternative, which is Jeremy Corbyn, the leader of the labour party. Is there any possibility that the labor party will say this guy's not popular enough? Let's get somebody in who can really be a challenge to to resume. I know plenty of labor MP's, probably including Mr. lamb who would dream that. That would happen. I don't think that isn't on the cards right now. I mean, he was elected with a overwhelming vote by Labour's sort of. Half a million or so members. So I think that might be wishful thinking on behalf of those you'd like to see him go. But there's no doubt that he has a problem not often we chat. Jeremy we focus on the problems of the governing conservative party, which has been hopelessly split for the last forty years over Europe, but labor is split too. Because Mr. Corbin as a socialist, some might call them in Neo Marxist..

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"mr. corbin" Discussed on Here & Now

Here & Now

04:02 min | 3 years ago

"mr. corbin" Discussed on Here & Now

"You are. I'm Robin young. I'm Jeremy Hobson it's here. And now a lot going on in Washington today, and we'll get to that. But also another huge day in London with British Prime Minister Theresa may fighting to keep her job. She faces a no confidence vote today after parliament rejected her Brexit plan by historic margin yesterday. Joining us now from London is BBC, political correspondent, rob Watson. Rob first of all where do you think San today? Well, think it's fast essay off the most astonishing defeat in parliamentary history that Mrs Maes deal and leadership over Brexit. Just a racket I'm going to think it's brutal and Nostra's that a more generally. Of course, British politics is in. Turmoil. So this long-lasting crisis that we've had arguably the worst since the second World War since the the referendum in two thousand sixteen it continues. I think arguably deepens do you think it's possible that may will resign? I don't think it's likely that she will resign. Theresa May is immensely stubborn, and of course, most normal circumstances. Remember, those words, normal circuses. Theresa May would resign and her government would have fallen. I mean, this is the worst defeats that any prime minister suffered since we had this form of government in the eighteenth century. The reason why she's not going as because the conservative party conflict of anyone bathroom at this moment. And they haven't been able to for a long time. And because the opposition just don't have the votes to get rid of a now all of that Jeremy could change because again, remember what I said these are not normal times. I mean, it's possible. If if she can't solve the Brexit crisis before twenty ninth of March of this year. Well, and who knows maybe they would be general election. Well, the twenty ninth of March has. Always been the deadline two years after they invoked article fifty in the UK, but it does sound today. Like, it's much more likely that that is going to be extended beyond the twenty ninth of March. Well, if you think about the four options night as leaving with a deal of some salt that looks incredibly problematic after last night's votes Britain, leaving without any kind of deal, it's whole remaining in the European Union as a result of a referendum all that a fan fat delay. I'm gonna centrally would rule out today. Now that wouldn't be easy in this case you'd have to agree with the with the twenty-seven other members of the European Union. It would be very hard for Theresa. May. He's promised those seventeen point four million leave voters. Don't worry. We're believing on the twenty ninth of March. We spoke today with a labour member of parliament, David lamb, e who is in favor of a second referendum on Brexit. He says after what happened yesterday momentum is building for that. What is your sense of that? I think he may be right in this Ravi source of negative sense. And that is if the politicians com agree on how to deal with the results of the referendum, and that is basically at the root of this of this crisis. If that persists then than having to turn around to the voters, no matter how reluctant many of the politicians are to do that. They may just have no choice. So Mr. lamb may. Well, be right. But we're not there yet. It seems like one of Theresa May's biggest assets right now is that for many members of parliament. She's better than the alternative, which is Jeremy Corbyn, the leader of the labour party. Is there any possibility that the labor party will say this guy's not popular enough? Let's get somebody in who can really be a challenge to to resume. I know plenty of labor MP's, probably including Mr. lamb who would dream that. That would happen. I don't think that isn't on the cards right now. I mean, he was elected with a overwhelming vote by Labour's sort of. Half a million or so members. So I think that might be wishful thinking on behalf of those you'd like to see him go. But there's no doubt that he has a problem not often we chat. Jeremy we focus on the problems of the governing conservative party, which has been hopelessly split for the last forty years over Europe, but labor is split too. Because Mr. Corbin as a socialist, some might call them in Neo Marxist..

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"mr. corbin" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

05:11 min | 3 years ago

"mr. corbin" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"Matt. French president Emmanuel Macron has launched his great debate on the phones trying to convince his critics that he's not out of touch elitist. However, he stumbled at the very beginning accusing some people have been fackler since simply messing about McConnell for talks with leaders of the so-called yellow vest movement after widespread protests that have dragged on for only two months in Germany. The domestic intelligence agency is stepping up monitoring of the far-right AFDC party for suspected terrorism. But the agencies not going as far as to use informants or phone taps in a watch. Just yet the FDA is the main opposition party and sees Islam as a great threat to German valley's urging immigration curbs and in Brazil, president Cheyenne Bolsonaro has signed a decree making it easier for many Brazilians to own a flare OEMs. This is the first of many expected changes by the administration to overhaul. Gun does in the nation that leads the world entitled homicides. Global news twenty four hours a day on air and tick tock on Twitter powered by more than twenty seven hundred journalists and analysts in more than one hundred twenty countries. I'm Dan guarantee. This is Bloomberg Marcus chat. Leeann the UK government faces a vote of no-confidence later a day after suffering one of the biggest defeats ever Theresa May's. Brexit withdrawal deal was rejected by a majority of two hundred TMP's, but the prime minister intends to hold talks with a cross party group of MP's to try to secure support for a deal, if the house confirms its confidence in this government, I will then hold meetings with my colleagues are confidence and supply part of the D U P and senior parliamentarians from across the house to identify. What would be required to secure the backing of the house? Let's turn to Bloomberg's directed. David merrit, who's just joined us here in the studio. Now, David arguably currency traders, don't think. It's too much will come out of this. No confidence vote later with Starling holding its own this morning, all currency traders deluded to think so. No, that's right. In fact, if you listen to MRs may last night, she was actually the one who suggested a competent Insperity, Mr. Corbin pitched, it they want to get this out of the way, they did the government could be defeated in such a boat and straight away all of those rebels who had voted against her. Brexit deal were pretty quick will the public wants to say they were going to support, including crucially, the DUP who's ten votes. She needs to command majority in the house of Commons. Now having said that is very tight with any majority of thirteen it won't take many of her own and peace to either not show up overt against her. But at the moment, we fully expect her to win that vote. They're going to be here all day, that'd be evaded seven o'clock this evening. She can then move onto these cross party talks that she flagged off site to try to find some sort of deal or consensus or idea that could potentially command. As the support of the whole house off to such a catastrophic defeat. I guess the biggest concern than around a no deal. Brexit David is just the time. Right. I mean, there's only what seventy two days to go until March twenty nine. Do they have to ask for an extension? To studying is is not moving as you would expect. If if no deal was really possibility and she said yesterday and her comment jazz strategy not to run down the clock to shop in people's minds. There is a broad expectation. Now, you're going to have to extend fifty there is not time to come up with a new idea to get it. Agreed by Brussels it ratified across the continent. And in London with two and a half months to go. So Europe have set their reputation extension. Neither side want deal. We know the British parliament itself has made its position clear that it doesn't want an ideal. So yes, one thing we can expect Mr. Hammond dropped a hint on this the chancellor of the exchequer last night as well to try to reassure businesses that yes, we are going to have to see some sort of extension of the timetable. I mean, even if the European Union were agreed to that extension. The problem remains here in London rights. I mean, the issue is about assembling some sort of majority around something. Yes. And it seems very typical at this point doesn't it this idea of reaching out to the other parties. Well, Mr. Corbin of trashed that straight away last night said it's far too late to do that. But if she is going to get some sort of consensus, then I think maybe it is on the softer end of Brexit labor are arguing strongly for a customs union, if she changed government policy on that would that be enough to bring labor on board Mr. Cobra Madrid as a huge victory and changing government policy and the Europeans for that part that sang any changes which deepened the relationship with the European Union is definitely something. They will look for that. They're holding pretty firm on things like the Irish backstop question. But yes, maybe some of those red lines are about to be rubbed out. We'll know more in the coming days. Mrs may has got to be back to the comments on Monday with a plan. So things are going to move fast. David thanks very much for joining us this morning. I know you're incredibly busy today. Bloomberg's news director David merrit on the consequences of last night's vote. Now up next we'll be going live to. Brussels as well to.

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