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"mr. javed" Discussed on FT Politics

FT Politics

12:32 min | 1 year ago

"mr. javed" Discussed on FT Politics

"But we don't say it in a treaty and again it comes back to this concept of sovereignty that we can deviate do things differently. But we're not actually going to do it. Do you think when it comes to the crunch point they will accept it in a treaty as some kind of baseline because he can say all science can be so high and beautiful and wonderful. It doesn't actually matter if there's a baseline in a treaty because we're never gonNA fall below it. The trouble is you've got to trust Boris Johnson. And then you've got to trust everyone who comes off to him and you don't know who they are and the European Union is tremendously legalistic entity in which things are put down in law and they are co defied. Boris Johnson's whole world view is essentially. Why we'll fix this and then I'll go into. I'm going to worry about that tomorrow so I'll get there then. I think it's there isn't a great desire to water down most of the standards and most of the regulations that are in place but there are some areas pharmaceuticals. I think is narrow. Worth Britain. Would light divert so there are places where it might happen the question I think that might dominate is? Whether you can agree that things will be dealt with on a sectoral basis or whether it's a global concern and then you come within. The spectrum was without say it rapidly gets very very tricky albums going on the fish it was chosen as I was talking to one of the Scottish conservatives a while ago and he fishes so inextricably wrapped up not only in the future but the future of the union because it's such a good grievance point for Scotland if the fishing industry is sold out and the thing is but we can't have is the Scottish fishing federation saying we sold out Scottish fishing communities for London financial services which gives them with a veto on the whole process. That's a very very difficult place for the government to be and yet the size of the fishing industry. You May Remember. Haret's spirited figure but indeed well actually disputed figure but a good one God cannot drink it later. The pressures from the SAP came out this week said four months till the tollway portrayal on fish. Lying this up over the hunter gatherer on this panel here. What do you make of the fishing now? Because Boys Jones and said we're GONNA take back control of our waters not going to give it away but then in the Greenwich Speech. He actually did say we could have a system of annual negotiations. Now the you have talked about having a twenty five year agreement so there's a landing zone between one year and twenty five years when agreements on Fisher. Yes I think the Scottish Fishing Federation right he says been given a Salita over the whole thing. They actually want these annual negotiation like Norway like Norway. It's difficult Georgia's right. The problem with the fish issue does have a atavistic. Power in terms of the Anti European Union feeling in the UK which is how we got into the situation in the first place so there are practical measures to be negotiated between one year and then the mid twenties but it's also sorta satisfying this idea that whole communities in the UK were done wrong and betrayed when we went in. And if you don't repair that and if you don't repair that grievance what is Brexit four and I think that's what makes it a hugely touchstone. Political she can. I just say one thing on the state aid etc. It's also really. Interestingly about who Boris Johnson thinks he is as a prime minister. Because this phrase that you introduced about I'm a Brexit Hazar I Michael Hesseltine you know. Heseltine used to say you know. I will intervene before breakfast before lunch before dinner. If you're going to settle for a bunch of rules which prevent you intervene and you'll no longer. Braxton has who all you while you back to your Singapore and on Thames vision of Post Brexit. Britain's all this stuff goes to the heart of where they think they're taking us as a nation needed nothing wanting as well as a real danger that if he agrees to a treaty that includes as locking into an honest with the British public about this. We'll be exactly where we were in two thousand sixteen in twenty years time when people realise that people may not been fully straightforward. Now the last part is brexit formula. And the next thing when I ask you all. We did this outbreak debriefing emails. Dave from one to ten. What are the ability of getting a trade deal this year Jim Rhonda Copeland bit? George raise both of Gopher eight and a half a velvet underground freight well. I've gone for six so there we are right. Let's now move on to Whitehall. Everyone's favorite topic. Dominic Cummings is being plenty of rows this week between the Home Office with pretty towel. The Home Secretary and Philip Ruckman. Who is the permanent secretary? Both have been briefing. That they are not up to their jobs that they've been very angry and even five hasn't been sharing intelligence with the home secretary because they don't trust to George the Alberton politicians and civil service is not a new thing particularly between ministers and secretaries. If we think about Theresa May Dame Helen Gauche they had a falling out Francis mort and Bob because like they fell out. And even Tony Blair and Andrew Turn. Let's cabinet secretary. They all fell out and the politicians were openly. Is this row or any different to those historic ones? Well I think it is because it's become very personalized very very quickly and I think it was crystallized at the weekend when it was a briefing to the Sunday. Telegraph by unnamed. Tory sources thing that they had a hit list. I think we can sound family. Podcast Shit list of named permanent secretaries that they wanted to get rid of a number ten that included opponents secretaries of the treasury. The Foreign Office office in other words the whole high command of the Civil Service named on the front page of Sunday newspaper. Now you're absolutely right but in the past ministers a folder with a permanent secretaries. That's quite common thing when Gordon Brown became chancellor and Terry Burns was regard as old school. Taurean out but it's David Davis said quite presently the weekend you don't deal with management problem with a firing squad and everything's done quite calmly. What you have is a blazing row because the problem is donate comings and the government of trying to run everything from the sensor which is fine but to make it work. You need to have a transmission mechanism to make the pool of the so happens. Now if you alienate the people who are going to deliver your policies the civil servants or you scared to death. The special advisers the political specializes. You also better make sure your writ runs across varietal dominant. Cummings does on a regular basis Friday evening when they get together for their brief meetings. Then you can be sitting in tarnished pulling what's leaves nothing happening and you end up with the opposite of what dominant Cummings once-dominant Comey's wants to have permanent revolution. But the effect of all this is you could end up with total inertia and the exact opposite of what he wants so Miranda. I think the thing about this topic. Is that the people who are running this government or campaigners that voting campaign if you look at all the key cabinet positions the key special advisers that all people who are very senior on that twenty sixteen leave operation they see the service and the establishment as a whole bunch of remain as you try to block that sort of things. The reason that briefings and doing this in public is that this government operates in a constant state of war. And if we think about who is the governor at war with the moment journalists the BBC Brussels Scotland the Scottish Government Island probably Wales businesses anymore anymore now spread the call the House of Lords the Treasury. Anything big keeps going. That is exhausting. But is this actually helping them govern or is this just displacement activity. It's a hugely interesting question because I think it's not just to do with the inheritance of their experience in the vote leave campaign. We're of course they were very successful. So they're buoyed by the feeling that it works if they push their way of doing things. I think it's interesting to look at the way that Dominic Cummings operated at the Department for Education when he was Michael Goski ally and Apparatchik there. Because the thing is you cannot argue that British institutions of flawless right and it seems to me that actually some of the things that diagnosing that a wrong about the way government operates and the way that Whitehall operates may well be true but the question is how do how do you reform it to make it more effective or do you just as you said declare war on everybody which isn't necessarily the way to make it more effective. Because when they were the education we are covered so I know but about this that for example some of their diagnoses about what needed to be tackled right and how they've gone about it in a slightly different way in a more conciliatory way. They would have had a lot more allies to deliver the objectives that they wanted but in fact then what happened was with a picture of Mao famously. On the wall is goes office. They declared war on everyone. It became sort of zealotry about surrounded by. Who's who can't deliver our agenda and you need allies to deliver your objectives. Just really quick runs points about education because very interesting David. Cameron RUN THE GOVERNMENT. A different way kind of federal structure. Where you allowed empowered ministers to do their own thing and the best example that was Michael. Govan Dominic Cummings Department of Education. Who are able to develop their own policies. Remember Dominic Cummings telling me we don't tell Downing Street what we do. We just getting into it. He's turned on its head so now you're disempowering all the departments center. Jim One thing that number ten is also doing his part of this sort of war and the establishment is terrifying the special adviser especially advise represent the ministers. They have a lot of power. Within that department's they can order around very senior. Civil servants push media masters push different policies. But there's been a bit of a vote among the Spanish class hundred these people across Whitehall departments on bonds law them have quit the different departments get. It comes back to this question by have a fine. This special advisers is actually doing any good. Yeah there's a lot of resentment among the spouse about how the treats dominant cummings in particular this comment before the retief when he said. I'll see you back here next week. And the very dismissive kind of way and they do feel like there is a bit of a reign of terror on the other hand they also contrasted with Kevin Ball was chief of staff to Theresa May and they had the similar sort of meetings and everything felt a bit directionless and rudderless. At least Dominic Cummings comes into the room. People know what he wants. And that's the The Times story a week to go where they talked about. Two special advisors being bullied invested comments by Dominic. Cummings because he asked him questions they couldn't possibly be expected to answer. And it's not really my job to defend. Cummings what they were asked was how many people department how many quangos all that. I'm which Quango colors you could call a quote and he'd Austin this question a month ago and he'd come back to the two or three sponsored announced the question so that's the example of where he's accused of bullying. Was It really and I think the other points making Dominic Cummings is defense is that Boris Johnson is in charge. He is authorizing all this and it reminds me a little bit of where Jeremy Corbyn was never particularly criticized by the Labor community. It was always carry. Murphy's four what was always the sinister. Shane smell is never the guy who's actually in charge and they ought to share. I think some of the burdens. Now there's been some more direct Christner Dominic. Cummings again. We spend our whole. I'm just talking about Dominic. Cummings really which was from Sanjay Jab at the former chancellor who gave his farewell speech in the House of Commons on Wednesday and it was on the face of it very warm and emollient towards the prime minister saying thank you for the opportunities everything you do but he did have some quite brutal words about those people around him. And he made a joke that I'm not getting into personalities. The comings and goings and people including the former Prime Minister Theresa may were rolling with laughter on the benches about this. What did you make Mr Javed's intervention? I thought it was a curious. One resignation statements in normally fall into one of two categories either the self justification or the revenge attack and his was quite oil had a bit of both. It was primarily self-justification and setting himself opposition a fiscal hawk. And I'm the man who speaks for sound money in the Conservative Party. On the other hand he went out of his way not to wound except perhaps Dominic Cummings Ebay a lot of jokes at his own expense. It was a strange resignation. It struck me as a species. Someone who hasn't ruled out coming back and Boris Johnson has been quite clear about saying to him. You might want to come back..

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"mr. javed" Discussed on The Briefing

The Briefing

02:22 min | 1 year ago

"mr. javed" Discussed on The Briefing

"Hello I'm Danny Boyle with the briefing from the Telegraph. It's Friday February fourteenth. The fallout from the chancellor's resignation continues. So Boris Johnson's new-look cabinet meets for the first time today and they'll be one man unexpectedly missing safety Javid. We're learning more about what prompted his resignation as chancellor. Yesterday Chris was telling you last night he'd been told all his advisers would be sacked with Mr Javale doubts. The PM's effectively seized control. Of the Treasury Camilla Tommy's written today's essential piece of analysis. She says Mr Javed being forced out isn't a Pepsi rivalry but just how ambitious the prime minister is the new top team gathering this morning. They're expected to sign off on new immigration plans. The big new fig around the cabinet tables wishy sue neck the new chancellor thirty nine year old ex-banker and Super Star Wars Fan will have rolling coverage in our life blog now concerning updates on the corona virus outbreak. It's emerged that one of the UK's nine confirmed cases went to a conference in central London. Last week they were alongside two hundred and fifty people before they were diagnosed. Everyone who was there has been contacted by organizers at the same time experts warned that London transport could exacerbate the spread global health team have an essential guide to reducing your risk on trains tubes and buses and soclean sign of their intent to leave. Britain behind Ju- conductress of Sussex to close their Buckingham Palace. Office and fifteen members of star. Face LOSING THEIR JOBS OUR CORRESPONDENT. Hannah furnace explains it. Shows the couple of striving for financial independence. Right stay puts. If you're listening on WHATSAPP I'll send you those links. Now you're listening on spotify Apple Review Your podcast. You'll find them in the show notes as well as links to the story behind costumes in the new Emma film and it's Valentine's Day we've got three easy menus and if you're enjoying the briefing please don't forget to leave us a five star rating and review in Apple podcasts. He really helps people find us. That's it you're up-to-date Chris will have your second briefing of the day this evening..

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"mr. javed" Discussed on FT Politics

FT Politics

03:06 min | 2 years ago

"mr. javed" Discussed on FT Politics

"Or she's the one that's going to save my sif me. He's a star and the third one you saw in the George Osborne evening. Standard coming around Boris. The Matt Hanko gang over to these the people looked at this and said he's going to win. Let's hug him close. Let's make sure that we can pull them into our orbit as much as possible. And if I was in the ER, gee, that would worry me because one of those two sides is going to be disappointed by this. The Boris Johnson is gonna end up having to, but there are three options, either he really does manage to substantially renegotiate that deal. I think most people think that's the least likely outcome. Number two, is he actually is forced to live up to his rhetoric doesn't get a renegotiation and is obliged to try to push the new deal button with all the consequences that could have. Both electorally and economically and the third is that he basically goes back to Brussels takes Theresa May's deal. Put some lipstick on it dresses up. It takes it back to parliament and persuades him to vote for it. And if you're some of the ER, gee, that's a bit worrying. The bottom line is go to disappoint somebody, his rhetoric in the last couple of days since dominant rob went out is more tools disappointing the hard line Brexit has there's a way to go still on. The fact is that we aren't going to leave the EU on the thirty first of all, Tober owing under any circumstance with or without the deal. So he will. I do think that because I think there's parliamentary time to legislate either four deal or renegotiate the deal that Theresa May struck in Brussels or indeed. Suppress necessarily station to allow us to leave without the deal. So in the end, I think Boris Johnson will end up betraying the people who've put that do rule out the basically, expelling us George because maybe we take him at his word, the president of the French president did say they wouldn't be another extension. I think in the end if police Johnson went back and asked for another extension just to give them a bit more time. I think the e you would do it simply because they don't want to get the blame. I mean, after all there aren't jobs at stake in. Northern France, for example. So I don't think macro despite the strong language. He's been using over the last few days including European Council in Brussels. I don't think in the end of the French will straighten expulsion, so into the next stage of the race after this the next person to drop out. George was Sanjay Javid. And he did I think better than expected in the TV debate. And in a way it all came a little bit too late for Mr. Javed in this campaign. He's his speech launching was good. He got the introduction from Ruth Davidson, who endorsed his candidacy, and he really began to saw that match as the change candidate. But he didn't do that from the off and the initial stage of, of this whole contest, I think even Mr. Javid would say that he underwhelmed here. So when it got that stage he was the obvious cannon to get knocked out, and he was no one near Michael Gobel, Jeremy hunt, when it came to that full stage voting. Yeah. So I mean, Tamara such as Tim is, and I think I think we agreed lost. We're on the podcast. We said it started to slowly letting his team admitted it starts the us why did it start slowly? And they said, well, there's those home office stuff to deal with will in the end, you got to clear, Dr info. Here's the biggest moment, and you'll political career in any didn't do it. In the end, he did find a way of telling his interesting life story more effectively has done in the past, but it was too late. And in the end he didn't have enough definition in terms of his in the jogging his Ford offer to distinguish himself. From the other candidates he was four sort of no deal Brexit in certain circumstances. It wasn't really clear. What what he was for. And in the end, yes, he was knocked out. But I think we're going to hear a lot more of such Javid. I think it's entirely likely that he will become the chancellor of the exchequer in Johnson administration..

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"mr. javed" Discussed on FT Politics

FT Politics

01:48 min | 2 years ago

"mr. javed" Discussed on FT Politics

"Wouldn't. But then Mr. Javed, I think probably trailing the kind of stuff in the speech felt that he was much better. And you know, one MP said to me I felt like I saw his real personality for the first time to eat. He changing in his persona as well looking towards the race to succeed. Mrs may well, I think he as and his aides have admitted very openly. He is having help at vice on his public speaking the first time, I I have a swing. Give us a big speech is home secretary. It was actually so halting and say bad. I thought the auto key had broken, and I have to say that earlier this. Week. It was very very different. Actually, I thought you know, he's still not the most charismatic speaker. But he was a lot more fluent. And he talks with great passion. And I think there's definitely a sense that he is understanding where his own experiences can help captured public imagination and get people on his side. Yeah. I would agree with that very much. I haven't been watching him as close as Helen house. But he did used to have this awful kind of Ropel took delivery. And if he's working on not there's no shame in that. Most people in politics have to be taught to, you know, cost some of the necessary skills, and you know, I just think the fat, but he can say genuinely there's a kind of mean streets background as well as the less means streets of Deutsche Bank. Then it's all to his advantage. Actually, I would say slightly earlier in his stint at the home office when he was put into clear up the mess around wind rush. Also, I found it very powerful. When he talked about his own family's experiences of racism. There's a sense in which he can. But she deliver some truths that might not be is easy to listen to to the Tory tribe from the mouth of another cabinet minister. Absolutely. And that's it for this week's episode. Thank you very much to Jim Helen Miranda. And Robert for joining us. In the meantime, if you've enjoyed.

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"mr. javed" Discussed on FT Politics

FT Politics

02:42 min | 2 years ago

"mr. javed" Discussed on FT Politics

"However, he may well be blamed in the same way. Mrs may was blamed in. Two thousand seventeen he may. But I think what is comparing the two politicians the sides. Let's not expose his official name name. I'm MRs may you also have to compare the agenda as it feels in twenty nineteen to how the gender felt in twenty ten eleven because when those cops were first going through on when all of the Blairites actually were applauding MRs may taking on the Police Federation because it was such as player, I think to do to confront the producer interest of the public services is known in the jargon. But now, of course, what you see is that the consequences of cuts, particularly at the local authority level where they've been most brutal all being seen in social problems that you then have to start dealing with in a more constructive way. So in a way, he's kind of reaping the whirlwind in policy terms. And of course, over the victims of these crimes, they should say. So I mean, it's as much about where we are in the cycle of cuts in their consequences is about the two personalities, but you're right. He could benefit from that. And. You know, the fat. He's able to talk in this interesting way about his unique life story that brought him via banking to the cabinet, but from very very humble beginnings. You know, two bedroom flat above a shop in a rough area of Bristol. This is really not comparable to the life story of most of the other senior Tory politicians that we've become used to in the last few years. It's almost as if he could be as sort of Joe major figure in the sense of giving people the idea that he understands people's everyday lives, although you would hope for his sake that he doesn't end the same way as John Major. But I mean there is that tradition inside toryism as well, which maybe he can recapture off the atone years and having spent Fallon of time listening and watching when you did your magazine piece how you plan law from going out with mister javard as you went around the country warm, the things he's often criticized for by conservative MP's is for being a bit wooden a bit robotic he's one of the people along with Giovanni hunters labeled is one of the TI the trees are in trousers because they are. Are you know, not so great out projecting an image in it coming our Ellison's decide that app in a way that they're not very good at projecting a narrative or bowed vision. The way you're bullish Johnson might be for example. But then other people have said that he's doing, you know, I heard that Mr. Java digest the social Justice caucus, which is Iain Duncan Smith's group of about fifty m p's and both Jeremy hunt and Sergey Javed's spoken to that in the past couple of weeks and people who are in the room told me up. Jeremy hunt was awful as they said, they was very wouldn't. But then Mr. Javed, I think probably trailing the kind of stuff in the speech felt that he was much better. And you know, one MP said to me I felt like I saw his real personality for the first time to eat..

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"mr. javed" Discussed on BBC Radio 4

BBC Radio 4

05:40 min | 3 years ago

"mr. javed" Discussed on BBC Radio 4

"A high percentage of these plastics with these types of polymers What did they eventually look to create Fox Solve the problem So from somewhere the Goodland controls not, the local council the home secretary Sergey Javid has promised to do more to combat forced marriages. And support victims Mr. Javed's comments come after an investigation by the times into the numbers of people trying to block the visas of. Their foreign spouses his political, correspondent Suzanne Mendosa, such Javid said forced marriage was an uncivilised practice that had no place. In British society his comments come off the data obtained by, the times newspaper reveal that officials dealt with nearly ninety cases of women trying to block. Visas last year they said they'd been forced to marry men in, countries, including, Pakistan India Bangladesh and the. United Arab Emirates but in almost half the cases visas were still issued charities of warm that women and girls are being forced to live with abusive partners as a result Bolt of. Home office decisions the food manufacturer MAs has withdrawn, his advertising from. YouTube after the company's products was shown alongside so-called drill, rap videos the music has been linked to at least two murders in London YouTube said it. Was working with the police James Kelly reports early this year the metropolitan police Commissioner Cressida dick called on social media platforms to take. Down videos glamorizing violence but, many remain online, and on discovering its brands were being advertised alongside such content on YouTube. MAs decided to act a spokesperson said it was unacceptable and, disappointing and confirmed all the company's YouTube advertising had been suspended of the companies are reported. To be considering similar action the record-breaking hydroplane Bluebird is due to, take, to, the water for the first. Time in more than fifty years this morning it arrived on the island Butte for tests yesterday a team has spent the past seventeen years restoring the craft Which crushed on Coniston water in the, lake district in nineteen sixty seven killing Donald Campbell now with the, weather forecast here's Chris FOX Darna thanks very good morning to you we're looking at a sunny day coming across the southeast of the country with. Some high temperatures northwestern areas meanwhile we'll have quite, a bit of cloud today and temperatures closer. To normal so we'll start off with the forecast detail. Across all of England and Wales where it's a dry stop. For many of us few for patches around coastal western Kosovo Wales. And few four patches down in the south. West of England as well but, he should readily clear most series we'll see some sunshine today but cloud we'll tell, tend to, build in the cross Wales positive the Midland's and northern counts of England keeping temperatures here in. A range of around twenty one twenty three degrees celsius and pleasant conditions but. Further south we'll see more in the way of sunshine say for the south of England and East. Anglia in the sunshine we're looking at temperatures ranging from around twenty six to maybe thirty degrees celsius in the. Very hottest, areas north northern quite a cloudy day here. If you miss patches in one or two isolated. Mainly light shower Hours temperatures twenty degrees and in Scotland will see showers coming and going across westerners particularly. For the. Highlands, and the western house but otherwise dry day with the best of any. Sunshine across the south highs today reaching twenty degrees Donna thank you now for a look at the papers and the guardian prints the much trailed article by Jeremy Corbyn in which the labour leader response to accusations he's been lenient on anti Semites. In his party he says such people. Have no place in labor. And dismisses, as overheated rhetoric claims the labor government would pose a threat to Jewish life in Britain the telegraph causes words Assad disappointment in an editorial it says Mr. Cubans article is full of rhetorical. Urgency but on, the key matter of explicit definitions of antisemitism, he responds with Soviet esque institutional lethargy the mirror says Mr. Cubans, belated response to the anti semitism crisis is a first step towards repairing the damage inflicted on Labour's relationship with Jews it seems the paper says. That he is finally appreciated the harm caused by, the mounting row But it should not and need not have ever got this far Reflecting positively on onto, resumes meeting with the French president Emmanuel Macron the daily Express asks is it too much to hope that. We are, finally seeing a breakthrough in Brexit negotiations with the EU it says whatever difference is the UK, and France have Britain's are enthusiastic consumers a French wine. And cheese and the French tourist industry benefits massively from British holidaymakers it notes Mr. Macron is. A pragmatic man, who understands he must protect. His country's own interests the I however is less positive about Brexit it reports that plans to ask police chiefs to cancel officers. Leave in the two months after Brexit have been discussed in Whitehall. It says the idea, has been mooted as the government readies itself for the worst case scenario of social unrest caused by. A no deal a spokeswoman for the home office tells, the paper the government is focused on securing a good Brexit deal which works in the interest of. The UK. And the EU and is the, heart and largely dry spell continues kindergarteners will wish they had the The foresight of Steve Prescott from Lancashire the Daily. Mail describes how the, business consultant began storing rainwater two years ago to save money he now has eight water tanks and. His being able to continue watering his plants and loan, without using a drop of top water I look at the papers now on open country David Lindo. Visits Lundy. For the island's first marathon race Linda's, just,.

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"mr. javed" Discussed on BBC Radio 4

BBC Radio 4

01:48 min | 3 years ago

"mr. javed" Discussed on BBC Radio 4

"And without any real sense of hope that their lives could actually? Change so we do really need to reduce the number of people in prison in order to make space for meaningful, things to happen to truly make prisons rehabilitative and Finally I wanted. To ask you about your own role? It's a fulltime job chief inspector of probation but MP's were questioning you recently about the fact that you've taken on a job with death for review. Into farm inspection have you thought again about that, I have and I've had an exchange with with the Snecma to about that so it's not a. Job is not a full time job I'm chairing a review aptitude as a, week at say far so good I'm doing both of these things well believe Dame, Dennis Stacey thank you for talking to us thank. You it's eighteen minutes to eight in the, papers and news websites in their contrasting reactions to the revelation that the. Government is abandoned its objection to the death penalty In the case of two alleged members of so-called Islamic state so they can be prosecuted in the United States sparrows. The hand wringing ANC says the Sanjeev for the fate of two IS extremists allegedly involved in beheading western hostages in Syria we couldn't care less the Daily. Telegraph which, break the story yesterday believes the home secretary Sergey. Java took the right, decision after being advised, that if they returned to the UK they might not face trial let alone conviction it says there may be controlled Assey. Among MP's but not among voters? Who would find it impossible to understand if the men walked free without trial. But the guardian finds Mr. Javed's decision upholding the times calls. It rational but believes, opposition to the death penalty should be fundamental to. Britain and Mr. Javid should have. Been, firmer even, at, the. Risk of drawing the ire of. Washington the. Daily Mirror's leads on the story said to be shown the two simple test available at NHS opticians.

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"mr. javed" Discussed on BBC Radio 4

BBC Radio 4

02:12 min | 3 years ago

"mr. javed" Discussed on BBC Radio 4

"The lucas sperm in the south and germinated from a two hundred year old seed from the seed bank which is really beautiful specimen because there is a bit of a cliche that it's older people who tend to visit botanic gardens and enjoy gardening more you have seen a lot of young people around the gardens a lot so it's great lovely will thank you very much indeed to jess noble and also to ritual devil and our audience herbage warming up down ninety minutes to seven and time for a look at today's papers of news websites the it failure that could have led to the premature deaths of up to two hundred and seventy whitman because they weren't invited for their routine breast cancer screening is the lead for most papers the telegraph describes it as the biggest cancer scandal in the history of the nhs express has the headline condemned to die by computer glitch the males headline called sierra a betrayal of four hundred and fifty thousand women referring to the total number who were left out of the screening the time says campaigners have demanded that the nhl high hundred extra staff will send women abroad to get the delay checks dumb the spectator website john's how on earth a mistake dating back to two thousand nine was missed for so long this is an example l give the way that governments and public services even when they're trying to do good can inadvertently wreck people's lives the papers widely reported it was the intervention of the new home secretary sanjay javid that in the words of the times delivered the fatal blow to theresa may's favored option for post brexit customs arrangement the telegraph reports that at yesterday's meeting of the cabinets brexit subcommittee missa vid proved crucial in swinging the argument towards the proposal put forward by leave supporting ministers his predecessor amber rod the mail says had been expected to back mrs may giving the prime minister majority according to the express one source claimed mrs may was visibly shocked where mr javed's intervention confirmed that she had lost the room the guardian says that he staked out his independence from her just days after replacing this rod the politics home website says mrs maes authority has been dealt a fresh blow according to the main story in.

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"mr. javed" Discussed on BBC Radio 4

BBC Radio 4

01:33 min | 3 years ago

"mr. javed" Discussed on BBC Radio 4

"Spotlight with some liberal leaning tory mp's welcoming mr javed's commitment yesterday to rule out using the phrase hostile environment in relation to legal migrants theresa may insisted it was right us targets to tackle illegal immigration an issue she said which people wanted the government to deal with but a former cabinet colleagues are all of let win said the had to be a change in the way immigration policy was implemented labor's barry gardner said that should be a radical rethink at the home office and called again for foreign students to be taken out of the government's target or reducing overall net migration to the tens of thousands a minimum price for alcohol has come into force in scotland let's set at fifty pence per unit the scottish government believes the policy will lead to fewer hospital admissions and alcohol related deaths by making the cheapest drinks significantly more expensive in two thousand sixteen seventeen percent more alcohol was sold per adult in scotland than in england and wales island wales and northern australia considering similar measures scotland's first minister nncholas sturgeon described the policy as bold and brave all of the evidence says that it's not going to solve the problem on its own with action that targets the affordability of alcohol then we would meet the progress we need to see this is an important and when many countries across the world are watching very closely a man has been arrested in folkston on suspicion of terrorism offenses as he arrived in the uk on a coach from franz police say.

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"mr. javed" Discussed on BBC Radio 4

BBC Radio 4

02:15 min | 3 years ago

"mr. javed" Discussed on BBC Radio 4

"A former environmental campaigner who had a sexual relationship with an undercover police officer is mounting a legal challenge to try to have him prosecuted she's attempting to bring a case against the director of public prosecutions after the crown prosecution service decided that the officer jim boiling shouldn't be charged with sexual offenses or misconduct in public office he had relationships with two other women when he was undercover he's currently suspended from the metropolitan police a home affairs correspondent jim kelly reports the woman at the center of this legal challenge is known by the pseudonym monica in nineteen ninetyseven while she was part of the reclaim the streets movement she had a six month relationship with a man who she thought was a fellow activist calling himself jim sutton in reality he was jim boiling one of scores an undercover police officers deployed to spy on protest groups monica is trying to overturn a decision not to prosecute him for alleged misconduct in public office and sex offenses including rape criminal charges haven't been brought against any officers who had relationships when they were undercover jim boiling declined to comment and the crown prosecution service said it can say anything juicer the ongoing legal proceedings labour has called for a radical rethink of immigration policy following the appointment of sanjay javaid is home secretary some conservatives have also suggested that a new approach is needed from westminster political correspondent ben right the cabinet will meet today with a new home secretary sitting at the table savage savage promotion to the post following the resignation of amber rudd has put the government's broader immigration policy in the spotlight with some liberal leaning tory mp's welcoming mr javed's commitment yesterday to rule out using the phrase hostile environment in relation to legal migrants theresa may insisted it was right us targets to tackle illegal immigration an issue she said which people wanted the government to deal with but a former cabinet colleagues are all over let win said the had to be a change in the way immigration policy was implemented labor's barry gardiner said there should be a radical rethink at the home office and called again for foreign students to be taken out.

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"mr. javed" Discussed on BBC Radio 4

BBC Radio 4

02:09 min | 3 years ago

"mr. javed" Discussed on BBC Radio 4

"Is an important and when many countries across the world are watching very closely the former environmental campaigner had a sexual relationship with an undercover police officer is mounting a legal challenge to try to have him prosecuted she's attempting to bring a case against the director of public prosecutions after the crown prosecution service decided that the officer jim boiling should not be charged with sexual offenses all misconduct in public office he had relationships with two other women who with when he was undercover he's currently suspended from the metropolitan police monica which is not real name is the woman at the center of this legal challenge is involved in manipulating i was lied to and i was encouraged to be intimate and sexual with somebody who i would never ever involved with if i had known who he was called for a radical rethink of immigration policy following the appointment of sajid javid is home secretary some conservatives have also suggested a new approach is needed from westminster our political correspondent ben right sanjay javid promotion has put the government's broader immigration policy in the spotlight with some liberal leaning tory mp's welcoming mr javed's commitment yesterday to rule out using the phrase hostile environment in relation to illegal migrants theresa may insisted it was right us targets to tackle illegal immigration but a former cabinet colleagues are all let win said the hat to be a change in the way immigration policy was implemented labor's barry gardner said that should be a radical rethink at the home office and called again for foreign students to be taken out of the government's target of reducing overall net migration to the tens of thousands five supreme court judges will consider the case today of a bakery and bill fast who's christian owners refused in order for a cake decorated with a slogan supporting gay marriage ashes baking companies challenging judgments which found that it had discriminated against the customer on the grounds of his sexuality the.

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