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"mrs maes" Discussed on Lesbians Who Write Podcast
"Started comedy. Are you giving everything? And he got to the House with the whipple episode yet. No I've only just started of. I'm halfway through season two so I watched like the first four episodes of season one and then I ended up moving in. I forgot and then literally when you mentioned it in whistles on I should finish show. 'cause I remember I remember laughing out loud quite a bit. Yes Okay if you haven't seen Jesse do recommend and the very very I think it's the very final shy it's meant to be based in California somewhere but it's actually filmed in Winston with a lot of CGI but it's pretty Pretty recognizable if you know. So yes we were there so I did tell TV but yes. Tv Wise. My wife and I were to this yesterday. We were saying that we're not very good. Binge not ready to Binge TV watchers. We're not regular books. Watches is a cut. Sit there and just watch and watch and watch forever and I love you can but I really like it and if I do a lot to very worked so at the moment we watching There's a TV show on with Jack Monroe Hughes the bootstrap Cook Cudicini Kitchen lives. I recall that it's on at ten o'clock in the morning and then I walked in the evening call de la Crochet so I'm tending to feed programs will say We just finished the third season of the moblised. Mrs Maes last night which was all sorts of fucking awesome is the best show. I've watched in ages. It's just fantastic writing. Fantastic cars gorgeous visuals. So well done. And it's so clever longer those episodes they're being our We that but so there were about forty five fifty minutes they make it thirty minutes only have thirty minutes for decipher what he does not cater to guide the. That's the thing say a as I said I'm not very good at.
Theresa May Vows to Set a Date for Stepping Down as U.K. Prime Minister
"The British Prime Minister Theresa may, is agreed to discuss a timetable. For her replacement after you draw the returns to parliament next month. Mrs Maes main conservative rival Johnson has said he wants to succeed his nominee Smith. Theresa May today. Confronted by parties. Most senior MP's finally conceded that she could not go on his prime minister if her Brexit Bill is defeated. Although MRs may refused to give a specific date. She clearly signalled she would quit if a plan was rejected for fourth time an outcome, most at Westminster believe unavoidable. When the legislation is brought to the Commons for it's crunch second reading vote in the first week of June. Paving the way for Mrs Maes likely resignations soon
May, EU live in interesting times: Brexit
"After a simmering hiatus punctuated by cross party talks and local elections Brexit is once more bubbling to the surface in Britain as was clear in parliament yesterday. Prime Minister Theresa may doesn't exactly enjoy the full support of her party lost confidence in the prime minister. I'm wishing to resign before the European elections. Mrs may not for the first time blamed parliament for the quagmire of Brexit delays. This is a government that wants to deliver Brexit and has been working to deliver Brexit silently, so far so far. The house of Commons is not found a majority to do that today. She'll meet a group of parliamentarians from her conservative party called the nineteen twenty two committee on the docket, Mrs Maes political future, and she wants to get parliament to approve tweet legislation on her plan for leaving the European Union. So having already failed three times to get her withdrawal agreement through the Coleman's. She's comeback with four point zero and mckelvey is one of our most dedicated followers of Brexit. And she wants to bring that back in the week beginning, the third of June. But at the same time, she doesn't have much new to put in bills, so MP's are asking themselves. Why should I vote any differently if you didn't like it, the first three times here comes serving number four among the senior Tory? Impeach that she'll be speaking with today. What's the mood? I've speaking to a number of conservatives this week, both at the cabinet level where. The official messages. Yes, she is on her way out. But let's not waste this good crisis. Let's get this Brexit deal through if they're so minded, and just get something done so that we're not left looking like we hit a complete waste of time. Prime minister if you go to senior backbench conservatives and you sit around to the tea rooms, buzz inside the Commons around the Coleman's you hear a lot of people saying that's not good enough. We need to know with more clarity with ones out there in the front line and all constituencies. We need a clear date. And crucially Brady who is head of the nineteen twenty two committee, so called the most influential backbenches has switched from basically allowing the prime minister a bit more of a timeline to messaging, very strongly that he wants clarity on when she intends to go. You mentioned this nineteen twenty two committee who were they what, what power do they wield. And what can she expect when she meets them today, they can make or break a conservative leader Florence by insisting on a vote of no? Confidence. They've already had one of those intrigues, a she survived it hugely convincingly, but she did. So that's off the cards for a while the problem with the meeting again. And again, in this particularly for straighted frame of mind is, they're all some people are calling to change the rule book. So they'd have another go getting rid of her will the hope had been that something might emerge from these talks with Jeremy Corbyn? Labour leader. What's that, not being the case? What are what are his thoughts, do you think what are calculations? Well, I'm giving you a bit of an eye roll not well. And there are some people who believed in, in these talks with not that many because if you think about it from the position of two parties, one of which the labor party under Jeremy Corbyn, an insurgent, hard, left leader of the party really wants an election. He wants to bring down the conservative government. So his motivation is really to show that he was prepared to help and was rebuffed and blame the conservatives, the conservative reason for holding them was really well to fill in the gap. All these weeks, we haven't been talking so much about it. It meant that something was going on. And the government could say it was trying to reach out across the divide of new criticism of Theresa May. But I think if you look at the motivations of these two leaders, there's not much that's going to get them to the church on time. British voters seemed to have responded to that in recent local elections both of the major parties got thumped, as anybody sort of arisen to kind of take the place of these parties. I've been on the road looking at areas of the conservatives need to win seats back Kent, not so far outside London much more mix of Brexit and remain than than London itself, if you look at the big county like it's a funny makes you now of district's which liberal Democrat that green independent, we once had Regine blue, we now have all sorts of colors of the rainbow. And the two main parties also look set to do badly in a curious election next week because Brexit is delayed. Brits must vote for new members of the European parliament, even though they're to be out of the European Union by the end of October. And perversely it's an anti EU political group that's been one of the hardest. Campaigners? Nigel. Faraj. It was a rally of the new Brexit party in Pontefract, which is near Pontefract, which is an old mining town in West Yorkshire. There is strong labor. John Peet is Brexit editor, but the Brexit party is attracting a lot of support from people who voted leave. It was an area that rated very heavily for leave and Nigel Farraj, and some of his fellow candidates are the Brexit party were wearing the supporters.
"mrs maes" Discussed on MYfm 104.3
"That was. Oh, man. All right. Everyone. All right. I feel like we dropped fifteen floors at least. Do we need to contact? The authorities do need to get back on the phone or. Yeah. I can. I let me let me get to my restaurant review segment. Okay. Let's do that. All right. Get that out of the way. Because if I forget to do it. We'll never get to it. I am a man who likes a good rare pile of meat and a sip from a crystal goblet now, and then L even smoke one of those thin cigarettes, Warren Buffett passes around in circles at his men's only club to put it simply I like to indulge. So it's no wonder I enjoyed my two days at the cheesecake factory. Just keep leaning into me. Excuse me. A man is talking here. The man is doing his restaurant report. Sorry, just just excel ram in here. I know I know I'm doing my best. You're like drifting that was Owen for those of you listening and to give you a visual of what looks like he's about five feet tall with one single strand of hair that is slicked down over his bald head. I have a full head of hair in two orange teeth one on either side of his mouth per perhaps. That's why as voice sounds so weird. This is just because he interrupted your cheesecake factor. Yes. Yes. I stayed there for breakfast, lunch and dinner for two days. It's called investigative reporting. Carolina. Try it sometime in between your episodes of Mrs Maes L. Okay. So you're cheesecake factory was an investigative piece. What did you? Discover are their employees paid for wages is the food safety by investigated a lot they have a cheesecake sandwich. So I've estimated that. Like to try cheesecake subs wherever Cana, especially airports because of all the different cultures that meet their investigated, their shrimp Scampi twice in the same day, actually, couldn't finish it. So I brought some with me. That's warm shrimp in here. That's exactly why. We're yeah. That might be the Gumbo. I forget I wanted to eat it on the road. So I just had them put it in a styrofoam Cup. Get sick. They everyone needs to relax. Right. Especially you owe. And. Loupe? Turnkey. Try gala, relax. Okay. You've said your piece. Kev place my restaurant review. Did I get to my review of the cheesecake?.
"mrs maes" Discussed on Progressive Talk 1350 AM
"All right. I feel like we dropped fifteen floors at least. Do we need to contact the orders? Do you need to get back on the phone or I mean, yeah, I can. I let me let me get to my restaurant review segment. Okay. Let's do that. All right. Get that out of the way. Because if I forget to do it. We'll never get to it. I am a man who likes good rare pile of meat in a sip. From a crystal goblet now, and then L even smoke one of those thin cigarettes, Warren Buffett passes around in circles at his men's only club to put it simply I like to indulge. So it's no wonder I enjoyed my two days at the cheesecake factory. You just keep leaning into me. Excuse me. A man is talking here. The man is doing his restaurant report exist. Little ram in here. I know I know I'm doing my best late drifting. That was Owen for those of you listening and to give you a visual of what looks like he's about five feet tall with one single strand of hair that is slick down over his bald head. I have a full head of hair in to orange teeth one on either side of his mouth per perhaps. That's why is voice sounds so weird. This is just because he interrupted your cheesecake factor. Yes. Yes. I stayed there for breakfast, lunch and dinner for two days. It's called Vesta gate reporting. Carolina. Try it sometime in between your episodes of Mrs Maes L. It was okay. So you're cheesecake, she's country was an investigative piece. What did you discover or their employees paid fair wages is the food safety. I investigated a lot. They have cheesecake sandwich. So vested that I like to try cheesecake subs wherever Agana, especially. Airports because of the different cultures that meet their investigated, their shrimp Scampi twice in the same day, actually, couldn't finish it. So I brought some with me. That's warm shrimp in here. That's exactly why. We're yeah. That might be the Gumbo. I forget I wanted to eat it on the road. So I just had them put it in a styrofoam Cup. Get sick day. Everyone needs to relax, right? Especially you owe. And. Loupe? Keno gala, relax. Okay. You've said your piece. Okay. I've lost place. My restaurant review. Did I get to my review the yet?.
"mrs maes" Discussed on News Radio 810 WGY
"That was. Oh, man. All right. Everyone. All right. I feel like we dropped fifteen floors at least. Do we need to contact the authorities? Do you need to get back on the phone or I mean, yeah, I can. I let me let me get to my restaurant review segment. Okay. Let's do that. All right. Get that out of the way. Because if I forget to do it. We'll never get to it. I am a man who likes good rare pile of meat in a sip. From a crystal goblet now, and then L even smoke one of those thin cigarettes, Warren Buffett passes around in circles at his men's only club to put it simply I like to indulge. So it's no wonder I enjoyed my two days at the cheesecake factory. You just keep leaning into me. Excuse me. A man is talking here. The man is doing his restaurant report exist. A little ramen here. I know I know I'm doing my best drifting that was Owen for those of you listening. And to give you a visual of what looks like he's about five feet tall with one single strand of hair that is slicked down over his bald head. I have a full head of hair in to orange teeth one on either side of his mouth per perhaps. That's why is voice sounds so weird. This is just because he interrupted your cheesecake factory. Yes. Yes. I stayed there for breakfast, lunch and dinner for two days. It's called investigative reporting. Carolina. Try it sometime in between your episodes of Mrs Maes ELL. It was okay. So you're cheesecake the cheesecake factory was an investigative piece. What did you discover or their employees paid fair wages is the food safety investigated a lot. They have a cheesecake sandwich. So I visited that I like to try cheesecake subs wherever I can I especially airports because of all the different cultures that meet their investigated their shrimp Scampi twice in the same day actually couldn't finish. It. So I brought some with me. That's warm shrimp in here. That's exactly why. We're yeah. That might be the Gumbo. I forget I wanted to eat it on the road. So I just had them put it in a styrofoam Cup. Sick. Everyone needs to relax, right? Especially you owe. And. Loupe? Kilo turned gala, relax. Okay. So you said your piece. Okay. I've lost my restaurant review. Did I get to my review of the cake yet?.
Oprah Winfrey, Reporter And Joya discussed on Lori and Julia
"So, you know, this Oprah Winfrey. This Hollywood reporter, it covered a lot of topics. I did think I did love that. She tells the story about sixty minutes producer trying to schooler on how to say my name. Hi, my name is Oprah Winfrey. Oprah Winfrey in this is sixteen minutes. Right. And and she she said, you know, she was told that in her first television job too because as a young reporter, the family had lost their home. And my boss told me I reported it with too much emotion. I too much emotion in the story and even said my name with to emotion. So she said, I always knew that like that resonated not to pay attention to that right advice. And as she said, but even they kept telling me on sixteen flat out, your voice, there's too much emotion. And I kept trying to flatten it out and flat my personality. And I'm like that is. Is not a good thing for me. Right. That is what? The whole thing is completely ridiculous quit six minutes. This is how people say their name. It's not flat enough come cheap creek. Which what a dumb thing to Oprah because I had to take so much seven takes just on saying my navy has it was to most. That's crazy. She only did see her a couple of stories let but we don't know what he's he's quit. So in this interview, she also discussed what she watches on TV. She says only the crown I can't believe she doesn't watch Mrs Maes. But anyway, that's what she said. That's all she watches. Own shows on own Joya. That's you don't even watch anything on own anymore. I don't know. What's on
Brexit: Theresa May to make plea for 30 June delay at EU summit
"Leaders from the European Union holding an emergency summit in Brussels later to consider a request by the British Prime Minister, Theresa may to further delay Britain's withdrawal from the Blunk. Mrs may wants a short postponement to the end of June. However, the European Council president Donald tusk as written to the twenty-seven. A you leaders suggesting a flexible extension of up to a year. But he's also said that should be conditions attached is responding to Kevin Connolly, another Brussels summit another Brexit showdown. Wants to reason has left the conference room. Have fellow leaders will take control of what happens next the president of the European Council. Donald tusk says there's little reason to believe the Brexit will be completed by Mrs Maes proposed extension date of June, the thirtieth his old tentative plan is for a longer delay. Perhaps a year but with built in flexibility, so that the U K could leave the soon as it ratifies. It withdrawal deal in the leaders discussion document the end date of that so called flex tension has been left blank, and they will fill in the blank of the end of ETA liberations. Much has been spelled out in advance though, if the UK, for example, remains a Member States at the end of may it will have to hold elections to the European parliament will be full to leave immediately. And as it remains a member pending breaks, it it will be expected to commit to not disrupting E U business. The preparation of the next budget in any such period. The UK's influence would be sharply reduced and its voice
"mrs maes" Discussed on KQED Radio
"The British Prime Minister Theresa may has said she will ask the European Union for an extension to the Brexit deadline to give time to break the impasse in parliament and leave the block with a deal in a change to have previous strategy. She said she wanted to meet the labor opposition leader, Jeremy Corbyn to forge a common plan, leading Brexit tears in the governing conservative party have reacted to Mrs Maes move with anger and dismay Boris Johnson said Brexit was becoming soft to the point of disintegration. The Kenyan President hurricane Yata has launched a controversial biometric idea system, which he says will enable people to access government services more easily. Human rights groups have questioned the legality of the system in court arguing that the digital database would infringe on people's right to privacy. Sierra Leone's finance minister Jacob suffer says one billion dollars was stolen by the previous government. The three years leading up to two thousand eighteen the missing money is equivalent to five times, the country's annual health budget. The US city of Chicago is choosing a man with the winner. Certain to be the first black woman to hold the office. The two remaining candidates, Lori Lightfoot and Toni preckwinkle are both Democrats. A government study in Canada has found that the country is warming at a rate twice as fast as the rest of the world. More than half of the observed warming in Canada is likely to be from the influence of human activities, and the judge in Brazil has ordered identical twins to pay maintenance to a child whose paternity couldn't be established a DNA test proved inconclusive that's a summary. I'll be back at the top of the hour with a full bulletin of BBC news. I'm Marco werman. And you're with the world where a co production of the BBC World Service PRI in WG in Boston. I don't live in the UK. I'm not a British citizen. But if you're like me and see Brexit as dense blob of unrequited policy. Maybe you're also starting to feel sorry for the Brits. Embattled British Prime Minister Theresa may appeared outside number ten Downing Street today. I've just come from Charing seven hours of cabinet meetings focused on finding a route out of the current impasse. The impasse or impasse, of course, being Brexit and the British parliament's inability to approve a plan any plan for leaving the European Union the world's Orla Barry is in London. Oh, what did may say? After today's marathon session. The prime minister told us that she was going to seek a delay on Brexit. But also perhaps more significantly. She said that she's willing to sit down with the opposition leader, Jeremy Corbyn, try to agree a plan that we would both stick to to ensure that we leave the European Union and that we do. So with the deal any what's interesting here is the cheese indication that she's moving away from this idea all the very hard Brexit and towards a compromise in many ways, she's knowledgeable woman who's been known to compromise in the past. And this is a little bit of peevish by her by indication that she's going to move away from the hardliners within her own party. It's hard to know at what she will agree with and what he get agreement across the house then in future. What the EU will then agree with because as far as they were concerned. They drew up a withdrawal deal that they said was negotiation for a very long time. And that is a deal that they were very slow to change. What will the EU be okay with this? So Donald tells the president of the European Council said the evening just after Theresa May matrix statement that you know, he tweeted even after today, we don't know what the end result will be, but let us be patient. So he's kind of appealing across to you leaders us be patient. What about Theresa May's on political standing Orla tonight when she was making at the speech at ten downing street's she very much put herself into the position of, you know, I'm alone in reaching out to the public and understanding your frustration on this. And I'm trying to get compromise across the house. This is a difficult time for everyone. Passions are running high on all sides of the argument, but we can and must find the compromises that will deliver what the British people voted for. This is a decisive moment in the story of these islands and it requires national unity to deliver the national interest. The reality is because she can get very little support from within her own party. You know, we know there's many who would like to see her go. But at this stage, she still standing, but certainly her popularity within the party couldn't be any lower. Well, I'm assuming we can expect more twists and turns in the coming days and weeks the world's fair in London. Thanks again. Thanks Marco this week, the North Atlantic Treaty organization or NATO celebrates its seventieth anniversary. It's been an awkward time recently for the alliance. President Trump has lambasted NATO allies often for not spending more on their militaries. But this week is about. Honoring NATO the secretary general of the alliance Jens Stoltenberg met Trump at the White House today tomorrow Stoltenberg addresses, a joint session of congress. The speeches and ceremonies are a way of reminding people what NATO is all about seven decades of democratic countries upholding western principles and committing to defend each other from attack that would be the blurb on the dust cover. Here's the world's Chris wolf with the whole story NATO was born out of war World War Two and a desire to prevent another war Nicholas Burns is a former US ambassador to NATO the west European countries had largely been destroyed by World War Two if the United States and the west European countries in Canada had informed the alliance on April fourth nineteen forty nine. There's every reason to believe the Soviets would have pushed further into the democracies of western Europe, and the United States could not let that happen. So this was a treaty in the self interest of the United States as well as Canada and the European countries. The treaty was signed in Washington on April fourth nineteen. Forty nine. President Harry Truman spoke for the United States at the ceremony. If there is anything certain today, if there is anything inevitable in the future. It is the will of the people of the world our freedom and for peace. The US had never had a defensive alliance in peacetime before the founding fathers had warned against foreign entanglements, and that resistance continued into the nineteen forties NATO's founding fathers, like secretary of state dean Aitchison how to win the support of congress and the American people. From Washington US secretary of state dean ashes close on the free world to unite against aggression in his first Atlantic packed address Atlantic pack is a collective defense arrangement. Among the countries of the North Atlantic area. It is a simple fact. Bike give you that an outside attack upon one number of this community is an attack upon all member. At Jackson's argument for collective defense is enshrined in article five of the North Atlantic Treaty. The idea was to deter Soviet attack an ambassador Nicholas Burns says it worked NATO was extraordinarily successful because it was able to deter the Soviet Union and later modern Russia from thinking of a conventional attack into western Europe that was a real danger. Now NATO had plenty of ups and downs and opposition especially in western Europe. But after forty years of stubborn containment of Soviet power NATO got this mister, Gorbachev tear down this wall. The that's that's unbelievable to Megan causing people. Have a lot extraordinary. Explain don't worry. We're still committed. We're here. Trump administration officials have reaffirmed US commitment to NATO an article five, but some analysts are asking if NATO is now at another crossroads. For the world. I'm Chris wolf. estonia joined nato in two thousand four estonia remembers the former soviet state and it eagerly remade itself into a modern western country after the end of the cold war joining nato not only affirm that transformation it helped with a major security threat estonia shared border with russia jonathan savvy of is estonia's embassador to the united states ambassador thanks for being with us first of all what is nato's current commitment to your country while the nato commitment of course is iran clad article five collective defense is the backbone of our security also the backbone of european and translating security we're convinced that nato is as strong as it has ever been actually getting stronger every day the decisions made in the past few years have put us back on the path of safeguarding european and translating security we're very happy with the way things out in the alliance and we're looking forward to the important meetings this week as well as later on this year when the heads of state become come together and help to see more good decisions on collective defense ambassador said nato's commitment estonia is ironclad you believe that despite president trump's critiques of the lines oh absolutely absolutely we believe that and we also wanna sure everybody that our commitment to nato an article five is ironclad nato's poster is not only composed of words and even though sometimes words maybe used liberally what nato is is much more than just rhetoric nato is bigger than just any administration and the president and foreign minister nato has been around for seventy years it's head ups and downs it's face down the soviet challenged and nato will certainly face down future challenges as well not because of a partisan politics but because of the fundamental values and interests that bring european and north american democracy together so i'm confident that everything that brought us together seven years ago is still valid even more shell today than it was maybe ten twenty thirty years ago as far as stony goes would you say that it's done biggest security threat is your neighbor russia some things that we can change and some things we cannot change one of the things we cannot change his job raphy and the fact of the matter is that we are situated on the boundary between nato and russia and the fact of life unfortunately also is that russia is assertive when it comes to its foreign policy so we obviously take russia very seriously we are not anti russian nato is not anti-russian but nato is absolutely committed to safeguarding and securing every square feet of its territory that includes estonians territory which just happens to be next to russia russia as a major influence on our security yes we saw russia go into crimea an annex it what would happen if latimer putin and tried to claw part of estonia we into have russia been able can you to tell imagine them a to scenario avoid where that might happen a certain area i can assure or you a certain that we street because as they well aren't as our forces american friends are and coming allies as we well believe as all that of we've nato we've saved take lives every because of potential these scenario so how very often seriously are you tuned into and that this over channel the past few years i am and as connected we speak to today my channel we twenty play four through seven these scenarios i legally at our exercises sleep with my tabletop earphones exercises on at and our i will discussions say my with husband government officials it so we was prepare for every my husband scenario wasn't very including happy with the the most fact unlikely that he and was the most sometimes serious speaking ones to me and so i i'm wasn't confident even that paying attention nothing like this because will i was paying ever attention happen to my in estonia for cell as long as we channel keep on so doing that what it we've brought been a doing little bit in of the past few years strange article in our relationship five the collective and defense clause so it's only what been i invoked do now once after is when september my husband eleventh is if my it presence were us again i say at don't the request speak of estonia but i am response always to russian listening aggression because if that do i'm you not believe the entire venezuela alliance crucially in i the cannot united states help would at come least to by being estonia's help in my channel yes in salo we do and helping but more people importantly and providing them we with need information to convince others it's of this a i feel just like us that's believing my way arctic of five helping is not enough and unfortunately really i what really others feel.
"mrs maes" Discussed on News Radio 810 WGY
"Channel real news. Real honest opinion. More rain heading to the mid west this after already being battered with massive flooding. Heavy rain currently moving into portions of Illinois over towards Indiana and Ohio really a lot of heavy rain along Ohio river valley before this weekend's over as we're tracking this fairly large system, you move farther south this could be turning up some severe weather before it's all said and done and maybe a little bit of snow on the backside of that. Fox's Adam Klotz overnight in into Sunday morning, there could be damaging winds and possibly some hail and south different types of storm clouds in London. Ks to come up with some type of Brexit deal and fast. I is a no deal exit leaving the EU with I to deal in place. Now. Some ministers want this many MP's wanted, but as a whole the Coleman's is opposed to it and probably with blockage. If the government tried to pursue that. Now, a second option is to go for customs union, and that would mean closer alignment close relationship with European Union could get labor MP's on site. But it would cross one of Mrs Maes red lines is it would be we wouldn't be able to make independent trade deals and really could cause havoc in hypocrisy lead to resignation rob Powell Sky News UK hasn't totally poor twelve to get a deal or leave the EU without one is of Hollywood on actor Jesse small et nominated for an image award, Chicago watching check in Chicago the drama is far from over for the actor. The city of Chicago now warns it might bring new charges against small at if within seven days.
"mrs maes" Discussed on KDOW
"News. I'm rich Thomason in Washington. The greatest hoax in the history of our country. That's how President Trump describes the Russia investigation, the collusion delusion as the president terms special counsel completed its report and found no collusion. And no obstruction the president firing up the crowd at a rally last night in Michigan. Mr. Trump saying the report gives him exactly what he had predicted two years ago. Exoneration complete vindication. The president warns those behind the Russia probe will be held accountable. He's also railing against what he calls unfair media coverage as for Mr. Trump's popularity in the wake of them all the report, President Trump had reached a fifty two percent approval rating last month in a days falling his state of the union address missing daily. Presidential tracking poll has again at fifty percent compared with a similar point in the Obama presidency. The Rasmussen poll has President Trump three percent higher compared with Mr. Obama's forty-seven percent. George Monzon reporting also at SRI, news dot com and the day that Britain was originally scheduled to leave the European Union. Lawmakers are facing what Theresa May's government describes as the last chance to vote for Brexit. The BBC's Norman Smith in London underlines Mrs Maes, determination, not to give up on her deal. Despite the clear signs there is as yet, no parliamentary majority. For it. If MP's supporter today, it'll by MRs may precious time until may the twenty second to get a deal through the vote goes against may Britain may have to request another extension by April twelve in order to avoid leaving the EU without a deal on Wall Street this morning. Dow futures up forty one point seven p futures three and a half points higher. This is SR news. Have you racked up more than ten thousand dollars in credit card debt? Are you barely getting by making minimum payments? You should know the credit card companies are tricking you into thinking, there's no way out credit card companies would rather you didn't.
"mrs maes" Discussed on 860AM The Answer
"And no obstruction the president firing up the crowd rally last night in Michigan. Mr. Trump saying the mother report gives him exactly what he had predicted two years ago. Total exoneration complete vindication. The president warns those behind the Russia probe will be held accountable. He's also railing against what he calls unfair media coverage as for Mr. Trump's popularity in the wake of the Muller reports. President Trump had reached a fifty two percent approval rating last month in the days following his state of the union address Rasmussen daily presidential tracking poll has some again at fifty percent compared with a similar point in the Obama presidency. The Rasmussen poll has President Trump three percent higher compared with Mr. Obama's. Forty-seven percent, George Monzon reporting on the day that Britain was originally scheduled to leave the European Union. Lawmakers are facing what Theresa May's government describes as a last chance to vote for Brexit. The BBC's Norman Smith in London. Underlines Mrs Maes determination, not to give up on her deal. Despite the clear signs that is as yet no parliamentary majority freight if MP's supported today, it'll by MRs may precious time until may the twenty second to get a deal through the vote goes against may Britain may have to request another extension by April twelve in order to avoid leaving the European Union without a deal on Wall Street this morning stock futures pointing to a higher open right now Dow futures up forty eight points s and p features better by four NASDAQ futures up seventeen points..
Another dance round the May poll: Brexit
"The Briggs it saga rolls on last night to a private meeting of conservative. Members of parliament, the Prime Minister Theresa may made the grandest of gestures she said to have been close to tears. She told them that if they backed her exit deal with the European Union. She would resign. Mrs Maes proposal took two years to hammer out the parliamentarians, including many in her own party have overwhelmingly voted against twice now with her promised to fall on her sword. Some who used to strongly oppose deal are coming on side among them. Former foreign secretary Boris Johnson. Meanwhile, parliament has been considering a series of eight alternative Brexit proposals. In what's known as indicative voting? I can now announce the result of today's recorded bass on missions relating to the United Kingdom's withdraw. It's an effort to determine whether any of them could command a majority in a formal vote. But last night all of them were rejected the is two hundred sixty four the knows two hundred seventy two. So the news habit for month nine threes. Amaze been trying to get her Brexit deal through parliament has been heavily rejected twice by MP's. John Peet is Brexit editor team decided that the best chance. She has persuading them to not change their minds and back is to promise to resign when they for it. And that does seem tempted some conservative MP's over onto her side. But why why should her leaving make it look more palatable to them? Well, the bulk of the opponents to her deal in the conservative party are hotline. Brexit is using it's too soft, and they would quite like to see her go because the who've been to replace somebody more like them and will the ploy work. I mean, the the deal that she still wants to get across the line was thumped badly. Twice is this going to change the calculus? I think the arithmetic is still against Theresa May. I mean, the big hope when she made his announcement was not just that quite a few conservative MP's would come over to side and some of them did including leading members of the European research. Right. Jacob rees-mogg the hardline record here types. The hotline breaks types, many of them have not come over. But what we really needed to to get to marriage to unionists on her side and they announced after her resignation offer. They still were not going to support her deal. Right. And meanwhile, there has been this sort of separate effort to come up with some kind of alternate alternates. Eight of them in fact, and none appeared to get consensus last night. What is the plan b what if MRs may can't get the deal across the line? Well, I think the problem of the big sort of central program for for Westminster's. There's no majority for always anything at the moment. I think the process that MP's have initiated against the government's wishes of saying look we want to find out what kind of deal by the best child's. Is hearing majority will continue all of its last night went down. But some of them were really quite close in particularly one to keep Britain permanently in customs union with the European Union which lost by eight votes compared with her deal, which are the last lost one hundred forty nine days. So I think you'd have to say that the consensus in Westminster is moving towards a slightly different deal that would have permanent customs union. Mrs Maes offer to resign will now start a full blown leadership contest that's been warmer about for months and macelroy. One of our senior editors has been considering the front runners. There's certainly a number of politicians with the lean in Hungary, look for Theresa May's job. And if we start with our own cabinet, you have some people like, Jeremy hunt and savage of it that foreign secretary and home secretary me that go big jobs both of them switched from remain to saying they would deliver Brexit. They did that for number reasons. But one of the big reasons is they want to be able to say to the conservative selectric. I delivered Brexit for you. Then there are those who have perhaps even leaner and hungry. Looks lean doesn't seem quite the right word for Boris Johnson. Little sees this and make this all to stand toll in the whoa. He's a strong Brexit here. A large. Blonde man child who is in musing random often unreliable, and he's made very clear indeed that he sees himself as being the bearer of the crew Brexit here crown, but he hasn't competition, and that is from Michael Google who is very intellectual character Brexit, and the optimal has called strains intentions to be placed on friendships and relationships perhaps on the remain side who feel that they could live with Michael g-o-v more readily than with this huge bombastic figure Boris Johnson. John. It's clear now that Mrs Maes political future is uncertain woulda leadership contests and new leadership perhaps help with getting towards a Brexit resolution or does this only add more chaos to a very chaotic thing. I think at least contests in the lighter departure may just make things complicated. It's not clear that that will help the UK to find a solution that is acceptable base to the conference and more importantly to the rest of the European Union decision to to offer to resign. It's conditional on getting her deal through. So you've deal does not go through. She may rescind her decision and say we'll look to stay around for bit longer. But I think on any analysis she's in a very much weakened position. And most Tarim peace now expected to go if not in in sort of may by the end of the summer in any case. So I think they are beginning to talk about it possible replacements and organizing leadership contest, I won't ask you the difficult. Question of what happens in the long? Term. Whether you think we're any clearer on on the outcome of all this. But what happens in the shorter term, which we expect next. Well, I think MP's will probably continue the prices of trying to win through indicative to see it as an alternative changed version of the brakes at deal might win a majority. The government will continue probably the next few days to sort of lobby hard to see it as a possibility of securing a majority for this is May's own deal that will play out for the next few days. But it's gonna run up against the deadline, which is Europe. Ian union said you have until April the twelve to decide that's already an extended deadline. So the stage after that will be should they extend the deadline further, and I expected there will be an emergency European summit at which there will be another extension. But it probably will be until something like the end of may, and it will be contingent on Britain holding European elections, which will be the process even
Mrs Maes, Theresa Me And Prime Minister discussed on BBC World Service
"The British MP's. Have backed an unprecedented move to greet you control of Brexit in a further blow to the Prime Minister, Theresa me, thirty members from her conservative party defied the government to support the cross-party amendment which will give parliament the chance to vote on alternatives to Mrs Maes
May returns to Westminster after securing Brexit extension
"The British Prime Minister Theresa may is returning to Westminster in an attempt to convince parliamentarians to support her withdrawal deal from the European Union. The EU has agreed to delay the Brexit process if Mrs Maes deal is approved, but if parliament doesn't back it the extension will last just a few weeks.
"mrs maes" Discussed on 860AM The Answer
"That's E T H O S get ethos dot com. Get ethos dot com. The pushes onto drive out the last of the ISIS militants from Syria. The latest from the media lines Charles people's air US-backed Kurdish forces are in the midst of an offensive to liberate the last Islamic state's stronghold in Syria. The push had been delayed for days is thousands of people were evacuated from bugaboos, many of them, the wives and children of ISIS members. A Kurdish official said the assault would take roughly three days to complete putting an end to the terror group so called caliphate that once spanned at territory the size of Britain in the Middle East. However, many experts still view the organization as a security threat with hundreds of ISIS terrorists believed to have escaped Syria into neighboring Iraq. The Islamic state has also built up a formidable presence in other largely lawless regions such as Libya, Afghanistan, and the Sinai peninsula. I'm Charles Bebo. Zehr. Townhall news Jerusalem. News and analysis at the media line dot org and townhall dot com. British Prime Minister Theresa May's office says Brexit talks with the EU have deadlocked today before the British parliament votes again on maize deal for leaving the U at month's end, the BBC's Norman Smith. I'm told this unlikely that MRs may will be making a sort of last minute. Dash to Brussels to try and secure a deal, which means if the vote goes ahead tomorrow, MRs may seems to be facing almost certain defeat because it has been some peeling off of some Brexit is MP's as we know are a bit like sort of wondering wildebeest, they tend to move all at pace in the same direction. One moves in send direction, and there's just no movement towards Mrs Maes deal Britain due to leave the EU on the twenty ninth of this month. Word from Orion is that a verdict has been delivered against a US navy veteran Michael white who was detained last July in Iran, but there's no information as to what the ruling is white arrested on unspecified security charges or these stories at townhall. What if the university worked.
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.
"mrs maes" Discussed on Gilmore Guys
"We are dressing in one thousand nine hundred thousand nine appropriate attire come see as a dynasty typewriter, March twenty third do stand up as Mitch. Hey. Yeah. You could do your classic care to the problematic. Mrs mazel. Yes, we'll have some standup friends doing the show and an old special guest special friend doing the podcast. So come out and see it March twenty third seven PM don't be like Susie come out and see this show. Don't be like. This is a head gum podcast. To hang out. Each other. Eric davie? Or no reason you we're gonna make this chart topping hit baby tapping. I see Dallas. Cheap cheese. Welcome welcome. Welcome. Welcome. Once again to the marvelous, Mrs Maes voice and Kevin. And I'm Alice, and we are here we are till five mid point of the season finally half. What? Hey tread. No. Enjoyed. Are. You kidding me? I've enjoyed it. Thoroughly isn't this more fun than most of the stuff? We have to do. I listen to our first episode. Did you because it was released? So now, I know how to be that's oh, yes. This is the first heated might I usually like love my takes narcissist. Listen to everything I do and I needed it. Turn within your honor. Celebrate you're talking about my friend that way. She's my friend, and you didn't like any of your takes. Let's intro the guests. Okay. Laze in gentlemen, lays and gentle lays and chips ahoy because that's what this song reminds me. She was a writer for faking as well, as you know, what let's say say her writing will leave you speak on ABC lays dumb. I give it up for carrier. Rose. Miseries of turn. But it was worth it. It again, it you did it. Oh, should speak of turn all tests that limit when I'm on other people's podcasts. Sure. Feminist quote, powerful room in our wehrley, polite or whatever pillow or something polite. Women never got in. Legislate. It goes so far that's a rejection of any courtesy or manners. It's like don't be polite. Be gray magin the like snow Globes on Ruth, Bader Ginsburg, mantle imagine all the snowflakes in that snow globe. Impolite? And then I was like oh my God. I'm so sorry about that. Earlier. Listen. So okay. Yeah. This is two five. This is the first episode we've recorded since putting out starting to put out the season. Now, we're like four hundred or putting out more. Yeah. Well, I think we should put out more than twenty. Eighteen. Kerry. Thank you so much for joining us show back. I'm so excited to be here. A Mazel mainstay. I'm I'm so happy to be amazed mainstay, I only feel I hope I don't say anything you've already covered in the episodes. I haven't listened Kevin edited out if you think you say that. Means. I can't wait for the public to know my real opinion about acts wires, and it's like never comes out before we start reporting. Fuck outta me. You said, hey, can you cut off that thing? I said in two two, and I said, I already did don't worry an offensive thing. So you know, what is good? It's so. Yeah, we're gonna I'm gonna kiss. Now. I'm starting to sound like a little snippy. Probably will. See fund to be God. I'm only talking to myself. That's intent the God of this podcast that you say is it fun to be God just out of nowhere. Isn't it fun to be? Yeah. And then it's like moving on silent along to that. Along. So anyway, thanks for coming in, Jerry Kerry. Have you watched the entirety of the season? I have they have. So I'm going to be very careful to not say anything beyond. Okay. Episode five a little bit of a blur..
"mrs maes" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York
"News appearances. Roger stone is set to appear before a federal judge who may look into silencing President Trump's longtime. Confidant stone is expected to plead not guilty in a Washington court today, the charges that he lied to congress and engaged in witness tampering in special counsel, Robert Muller's Russia investigation. Meanwhile, acting attorney general Matthew Whitaker said that. Muller's investigation is close to being completed in the NBA. The nets lost at the Celtics won twelve zero four the next lost the warriors one on the ice the devils. One global news twenty four hours a day on air and at tick tock on Twitter, powered by more than twenty seven hundred journalists and analysts in more than one hundred twenty countries. Michael barr. This is Bloomberg. John, Michael, thank you. It is six twenty Wall Street, I'm John Tucker and live for the Bloomberg interactive brokers studios. This is Bloomberg daybreak. UK Prime Minister Theresa may could lose control of Brexit. We have some crunch votes in parliament. Maybe today. David married is Bloomberg's European news. Dr David has the unenviable task trying to explain this to us this morning sounds like we have a plan a plan b at a plan C. So let's start with C because it sounds like there might be some sort of consensus developing. That's right. Seeing this as probably stands for compromise. There's a plan being. Hatched -mongst, the warring factions of Mrs Maes own party to come up with a proposal that she can go back to Brussels two main parts of it one is that they scratch this much disliked plan for the Irish board the secretaries backstop and the other one is to extend the transition period when Britain is technically out of the European Union, but still sticking with all the all the rules and effectively in the single market. Just in the last few minutes, the DP the Northern Irish part of the pats up Mrs Maes party, they've said they would get behind that compromise. So we'll see whether they get a vote on that tonight. If so then MRs may find it will have perhaps a little bit of direction she can go back to your with these plans. The problem with this plan. See though is that whilst it may have to support it the conservative party. European leaders seem very unlikely to back at the idea of reopening this patrol agreement after it's been negotiated rate months. They've said repeatedly they're refusing to do that Mrs Maes betting that with the backing of parliament that may make them change their mind. But really that's a big editor at this point. Now does is may behind plan. See well. Yes. The cabinet or actually meeting right now as we speak, and they're going to talk about whether or not they're going to give it official. Backing what may have said is that she's behind a plan b that was announced last night that involves half of this suggestion, which is these really toxic question about the hours. She said she wants to backup a proposal which would rewrite that party degree. So she's kind of halfway there. We may get a readout for the cabinet meeting in the next few minutes. She's going to stand up and speak in parliament in a couple of hours time as they start the needs of debates to tell us which heading, but it is fairly extraordinary this we've had all this for this time. Mrs Maes been saying this is the only agreement that is possible. I've negotiated it nothing but change in the last twenty four hours. She's affectively writ up that position said I'm going to go back to Brussels if the party backs me and try to talk reopen talks. I got a whole new deal negotiated eighteen months of work for essentially. Nothing. I guess for for MRs may so plan say I'm going to stick with that. Because that's the only one I can really wrap my head around at this point is that means a delay. Does that increase the chance of another referendum in the UK Benchley e you well, actually crucially plan C and sorry to doesn't include a delay about she leaving on the Twitter? There is another vote tonight on an amendment which would open the open the way to do that. This is the one that perhaps the markets, and and the more remaining side of the parties prefer is being proposed by labor opposition. Dot has a good chance also have succeeded. I what that will do is delay or instruct the government to start delaying article fifty to try to get an agreement or if nothing possible have another vote. So that is another outcome. That's possible tonight. You may see parliament deciding in fact, what they want to do is put the whole process on ice. That is the the option that is definitely more favorably viewed by the Europeans on ice for how long. On ice for how long David well. The dot isn't that is the question that needs to be determined. So a few months one big sticking point. We have is the European elections happening in may the European side. They don't really want Britain Heine around in the European Union beyond that because it Britney complicates matters of rich MP's would sit in parliament. So you could see them agreeing to a couple of months but much further than that, it starts to get a little bit more complicated. Now, if Britain says we need a few months to Hubbard election to have another vote that pretty much going to agree to that. Because you know, that's the charts in order that that the entire Brexit process gets counseled and Britain ends up staying in the European Union. After all does the does the the guy in the pub has his opinion changed of staying in the EU or not would if you had another referendum with the vote. That is the big the big question. The polls as they start at the moment show a bit of a swing towards remain. But that's still within the margin of error. That's still around the sort of place. They were injured. 2016 sixteen before the vote. You know remain is a couple of points ahead. So if we run this vote again, what are the chances? We get the same result over or a pretty inconclusive results. Those are pretty high. That's a strong argument. The government says look people.
"mrs maes" Discussed on MyTalk 107.1
"Twitter Sunday morning Feb nine hosting performing on SNL. It's Saturday bleeping night, baby. She went on saying thank you guys for the support. It's all the fuel my fire needs to make this third album. Perfect. I'm jumping in circles, everyday llanview awesome. I'm really interested to see how she does as a host. Hey, we'll talk about coming up in the eleven o'clock hour today. Because once again, it's amazing Ryan I disagree. It's amazing. And Black Panther one. Best ensemble in a motion picture. The twenty fifth annual screen actors. The way star Glenn Close took top female actor Rami Mallika bohemian rhapsody was named best lead male actor while Mahershala Ali for green book and Emily blunt for quiet place picked up supporting actor honors. It's awesome. Over the TV categories. The marvelous Mrs Maes, look clean house winning Clapper seen it. But I just know so many people. For not seeing it. We need to lose that harsh boo from the system. That is scary on TV. You want me to do it again. Yeah. Yeah. Steve. Well on TV tonight. Oh, we have our six of celebrity big, brother. It's exhausting. And then of course, over on channel five eyewitness news. The bachelor. Yeah..
"mrs maes" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK
"What's up? That. I am not that the superhero film scored best performance by cast in a motion picture last night. The show's top honor also picked up best stunt ensemble performance in a motion picture the awards for best male and female actor in a leading role into ramming Melik for bohemian rhapsody and Glenn Close for the wife. The marvelous Mrs Maes also at the TV categories taking home best comedy series on samba. Other winners were Sandra. Oh, and Jason Bateman for best, male and female actor and TV drama series. And the cast of this is us for best drama series ensemble. Alan Alda also picked up this year's lifetime achievement award. Not great news gas prices are going up but only a couple of cents injury industry. Analysts Tribus Lundberg says this is the first jump in prices in nearly three and a half months. The highest average price in the nation is three dollars forty cents a gallon. And that's in San Francisco. The lowest average is one eighty nine that's in Tulsa, Oklahoma and here in Sacramento, the cheapest gas, we could find this morning was a Costco on expo Parkway and exposition boulevard. Hardware cost two dollars and sixty two cents a gallon time now is five twenty seven at NewsRadio. KFC K, I'm Christina Mendonca along with Dan Mitchelson. Let's get a check of our traffic. Trouble spot now from day and a half drive to Tolson fill up twenty four twenty Newcastle road guys we have an accident with an overturned vehicle is going to be north of Auburn Folsom road, ambulance and other officials making their way out there right now, be careful. All right. Thanks, Dana, complete traffic and weather together in three minutes. Plus some federal workers are getting paid for the first time in a month. But that's no guarantee. The government will shut down again. We'll have the new details at five thirty as the KF became morning news continues.
"mrs maes" Discussed on KSFO-AM
"Francisco. A Cumulus station now on Amazon just tell Alexa, play five sixty K F O confirmation vote saga award winner. I'm Elliot Francis. Senators on Capitol Hill are expected to take up the nomination of William Barr this week for attorney general Linda Kenyon reports. He's had his confirmation hearing. Now, it's up to the Senate Judiciary committee to vote on bars nomination. When the vote comes up Tuesday. It is highly likely Democrats on the committee will seek to hold over the nomination for on week holding over a nominee is not an unusual practice bar who previously served as a Torney general between nineteen ninety one and nineteen Ninety-three is widely expected to clear the committee with a positive recommendation, and then the full Senate will schedule a vote on confirmation. Linda Kenyon, Washington. President Trump says the odds that congressional negotiators will craft a deal to end is border wall standoff with congress or less than fifty fifty. Mr. Trump told the Wall Street Journal on Sunday that he he doesn't think the negotiators will strike a deal that he'd accept he pledged to build a wall anyway using his executive powers to declare a national -mergency if necessary. The Amazon comedy the marvelous Mrs Maes L swap swept the comedy category award Sunday. Jim Rupe tells more show just can season and on a streaming service is showered with both popular and critical acclaim Tony shalhoub says it's hard to predict what an actor gets involved in a project any amount of success, very often. I really am convinced it will work, and I'm always wrong and this time. This time. I wasn't wrong on the TV drama sides. Andro won best actress for killing eve, Jason Bateman best actor for his work in Ozark. And this is us took the honor for best cast in a TV drama series for the second year in a row backstage at the Sega awards. Jim Roope, Los Angeles. Prince Philip is Paula Josh to a woman who was injured when the car she was riding in collided with Ricky was driving the ninety seven year old husband of Queen Elizabeth told the woman he was deeply sorry. By the way, he wasn't hurt.
"mrs maes" Discussed on Gilmore Guys
"This is a head gum podcast. Or friends come. Time. What are we doing get off? Check the song. I have an idea my head when we start off by Alice's with my wrist, kind of a nightmare is still fun to listen to to the marvelous Mrs Maes Okoye, I'm Kevin we are the major. Did you did you catch? Did you realize this episode? Did you catch me if you can did you realize in this episode? The first usage of the word Goi on the show you've been keeping that close of a track. I mean, I think we would notice because we are the tischler goes when are they talking about we've been waiting for them to for because as we all know, we we've interactions and she loves us. She thinks people on there in our very cool one thing. She definitely does this think about us a lot in our opinion. Yeah. And she definitely doesn't have a very derisive relationship with a majority of her audience. She definitely doesn't shit talk people at premier parties and call them. She doesn't do those things. She she's never done it. She's like a she's a very kind person when it comes to her fan base. And we're part of that we feel that jitter. Of spirit so Goi where where was it? The going was in the Bank seen would Joel. I remember that. That's the only. Thanks, amy. Thanks shout. For the show hollow. I mean stars hall out. I I have always says. said hall all the Malik. Like, yes. Stars all out. That's what the bouncer at the stars hollow. Do you feel like you'll cross paths with palladino ever again ever again? I haven't have you never met her. No. Of course, not I have met her. Yeah. She is an east coast county. She's an east coast gal. I've never been allowed to audition for any of the parts of the shows. You didn't read for Mazel? I was a series of rag at the time on peo-. So you couldn't I couldn't. Oh, my God that was out of like three or four pilot seasons. This could be a much different podcast. But you know, why without it? We wouldn't have to great sees. Glad Rachel does. It. Rachel does stuff is rich. Again. Confusing. You really? Rachel got it though. She's fucking awesome. Yeah. And there's you know rabies tireless I feel like she's a tireless actress a bit of a workhorse recording. We got tagged on this a bunch over the weekend on SNL. They did do the revolving door of impressions sketch format that they're so fond of where it's auditions for back to the future mission for blah, blah, blah, the very thin premise for this one was additional for the new Oscar host, and they did have Gracia Rosina Hannah's. Marvelous MRs Mazel an eighty Brian Amy Sherman palladino amaze. Did you see didn't let me introduce our guests, and then we can play a. Yes. Laze in. He has a cornerstone corn though. He's a cornhole stone. That's the Gilmore guys head bursts, Mesa family, give it up for Anthony. I just imagine people in their car right now like clapping towards dangerous. They hold onto the car..
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"Campaign and Russia didn't buy it. Either buzzfeed's description of specific statements to the special counsel's office are not accurate. Read a statement, President Trump was clearly ecstatic last night, he tweeted a very sad day for journalism, but a great day for our country, the partial shutdown of the US government has entered its fifth week with Donald Trump saying he'll make what he described as a major announcement. And on Saturday reports from Washington suggests that senior officials, including the vice President Mike Pence have come up with new proposals to resolve the crisis crowds gathering in northern polish city of Gdansk for the funeral of the mayor Pavel Adamovich. He was stabbed to death on stage at the country's biggest charity event last weekend. Here's Adam eastern people in this city of Gdansk has been turning out in their thousands for events over the last few days, and we'll be going to the funeral as well. Which of course, will be attended by Paul president prime minister and the president of the European Council. Donald tusk himself, a native of the city to give you a measure of the depth of feeling for this, man. More than fifty thousand people in here in Gdansk queue for hours on ending the threes in temperatures just to pay their respects to his coffee when it was put on public display at eastern with that report from Gdansk. Well. News from the BBC the government of Burkina Faso has unexpectedly resigned. No explanation was given but the tiny west African nation has been hit by a wave of Jihadist attacks and kidnappings of foreigners including Canadian geologist who was found dead earlier this week. Senior officials from the United States North Korea and South Korea heading for Sweden to hold informal talks. That are expected to focus on the denuclearization of the Korean peninsula. It's the first such gathering since the summit in Singapore last June between President Trump and the North Korean leader, Kim Jong UN the officials are thought to be laying the groundwork for a second summit of the two leaders. Sung Yoon Lee, professor of Korean studies at Tufts University in Massachusetts says that John Yang has not done enough to reduce its nuclear program since the previous summit North Korea has continued to build a bomb. North Korea continues to enrich uranium North Korea continues to produce ballistic missiles while it has made only token gestures. Why releasing three US detainees who never should have been detained in the first place by shutting down an old exhausted has thing site that doesn't need any longer the president of Colombia even Duquet has cooled off piece. Talks with the ESPN after blaming the left-wing rebel group for Thursday's deadly car-bomb attack on the police academy in the capital Bogota. Twenty young police cadets were killed Mr. UK said the rebels had continue to kidnap and kill dozens of Colombian citizens since the talks began in twenty seventeen for the first time officials in Pakistan have briefed parliament on the country's growing export of human hair. A statement by the commerce ministry, said Pakistan, and one point six million dollars from the sale of hair in the last five years, China, which has an expanding beauty industry was one of the main buyers taking more than one hundred thousand kilos of hair from Pakistan BBC news. Hello. I'm Caroline Wyatt. And welcome back to the well this week coming up. We look political turmoil in Venezuela Zimbabwe, France, but I the political turmoil here in Britain where Prime Minister Theresa may suffered the greatest parliamentary defeat in modern history. When her Brexit deal was rejected by two hundred thirty votes. It indicated a UK parliament as well as people split not along party lines, but into many different camps all in vehement disagreement of whether the UK should stay in the European Union leave on Mrs Maes terms. Plus, you a better deal. If there is one crush out with no deal at all or have a second referendum. This is at least one of out of confidence the following day. But given the scale of her earlier defeat that seemed a hollow victory in the end, many Brits resolved simply the half a Cup of tea in the hope that in the words of that great dickens character mister Mukuba something with. Turn up. But what could that be? And how serious is the deadlock, and what might unlock it? I put those questions to our panel of expert correspondence, Adam Fleming in Brussels. Andrew Walker economics. Correspondent rob Watson, our political correspondent, I asked rob. I is that anyway, she can get agreement inside outside her party to push a deal through. I guess the answer your question. Carolina is that it's possible. But if it was easy it would have been done by now, and it's worth remembering at the Reese of this crisis. And let's state again for the sake of any doubt that Britain is in the most profound political crisis since the second World War at the root of it is the fact that Britain's politicians simply cannot agree on what to do about the result of the referendum in twenty sixteen. It's a sort of simple basic an excess. And of course, the other thing the root of this crisis is the sort of visceral division within the governing conservative party over. What to do about Europe? It's been there for about forty years. It's what led to the referendum. And it's why now. Having some would say foolishly attempted to get Brexit salted as a conservative only project. Theresa May as now trying to make it a cross party project and any hope that might succeed. I think it'll be immensely difficult for three reasons. Firstly as personalities threes has many qualities, but the idea of charming people who have different points of view or come from different. Parties is probably not one of them. Secondly because in order to get across party agreement. She would have to soften Brexit. And that would almost certainly lead to a split in her conservative party will again, it's worth remembering what has been driving her along these last couple of years, it's been this sort of hope, and it would seem to me a vain hope of keeping the conservative party together. And then the third thing, of course, is that British politics are immensely tribal, and the idea that these other party leaders are going to come particularly Jeremy Corbyn from the labor party the idea he's gonna come to the rescue all their games comes to the rescue of someone who they see as. As a sort of weak and desperate rival. It seems to me as rather unlikely. Uttam you're in Brussels. The is apparently making preparations at least for article fifty to be extended were the UK requested. How dismayed a Europe's leaders by what they see happening in UK politics at the moment. I think preparations for extending article fifty in delaying Brexit, maybe putting it too strongly is definitely being talked about it speculated about and people are thinking about it. But I think actually it's not as far as properly laying the groundwork to make it happen yet. And of course, it would only happen. The you says the UK requested it, and it is absolutely not British government policy to delay Brexit from the infamous day to the twenty ninth of March twenty nineteen in terms of dismay again, that's quite the right word. There was surprise certainly amongst the EU officials. I was watching meaningful vote with the audibly gasped when the size of the defeat became clear. The EU knew it was coming though. And so they had time to write their scripts for their. Response, and it was a scripts because then it got leaks to me as often happens in the year. And the script was this is a British problem. We regret that you voted this deal done is the only deal on the table. Get your house in order and come back to us with a plan that you think will get through parliament. That's where the EU has stayed since many of the conservative party's fears over the future deal with Europe involve the so-called backstop for the island of Ireland to prevent new border checks being necessary between the north which is part of the United Kingdom south an independent country, which will remain part of the EU many worried that those checks or something that could bring about a return to the battle days of violence. His Emma Vardi in Belfast. There was apprehension on both sides of the Irish border leading up to the vote. Now, a continuing state of uncertainty hangs over the island of Ireland all the more heavily in Westminster and no deal. Brexit is the outcome. No one wants. And the odds are against it happening that talked to people. Around the Irish border, and that counts for little many Irish businesses rely on the UK market for buying and selling a variety of goods and particularly food. If tariffs were imposed overnight it could threaten the livelihood of people on both sides of the border. The Irish prime Minister, Leo varadkar has said no deal. Preparations are no longer contingency plans. They're now being implemented with measures being taken on key matters such as safeguarding the supply of medicines. Plenty of companies are doing the same changing supply routes putting contracts on hold and posing new investment in Northern Ireland. The D U P were opposed to Theresa May's deal.
European Union, Prime Minister And Anna Marie Hordern discussed on Bloomberg Daybreak: Asia
"Deal going down and monumental fashion. Four thirty two to two zero to the prime minister facing a confidence vote tomorrow, the EU saying it's horrified and the path forward joining us live to to try to sort it out for his Bloomberg's Ameri Hordern. Who is Brexit reporter in London Ameri? Thank you for joining us. Let's start with a vote a huge rebuff. Yeah. Two hundred and thirty is how she lost it so catastrophic defeat and more than a third of her own party voted against her. I think that's really critical. You could see here within just the opposition Tories voted against this. They voted against their prime minister and the leader of their party. Now, it's very interesting to see what happens from here because there are many avenues. So we take it day by day. We know tomorrow, I think I should face a no-confidence. That's what labor has called for now highly likely going to survive this vote her own party would after rebel rebel against her. Very heard from the Northern Irish lawmakers who really fear labor take over there behind the prime minister. So once she gets out of the way, it really comes down to being on the negotiating table with the European Union. And we heard that she's expected to go back to the EU to Brussels potentially as early as Thursday. But the European Union is talking tough. We heard from Yonker we heard from Donald tusk. They're basically saying to each make up your mind already, and they say there's no point in opening up these renegotiations if the U K lawmakers can't decide what they want. So for me, the one thing that was really clear from tonight, the vote that the only point of agreement seems to be that very few MP's wanted Mrs Maes deal, and as you know, we're just ten weeks away March twenty ninth. Is that deadline when the UK needs to leave us, so Emery. Yeah. Now, we have a maybe the most likely outcome of this. If it's possible, and I want you to clarify is him fifty the most logical patch to push back the divorce date itself to give them more time. Does that make any sense? Yeah. That would probably be the first step really a technical extensive article, fifty extending it and getting more time the U K needs to request it an all twenty-seven EU countries must accept it. So it can't just happen. They need to of course, vote on it. But one thing about this is the timing is a bit tricky. We have upcoming European Union elections in may a deal must be ratified by the EU parliament, which is set to go into recess. And this parliament itself was set the chain because the UK was going to be leaving and giving up seats. So it's very difficult at this point in time for the European Union for the calendar perspective to of course, extend this. But that would look first step. So does that. Al- enhance the chances and potentially of a hard Brexit or the both sides want to avoid that. Now, it looks like both sides do wanna void that one thing that the FX market has been bouncing on. What many say is the fact that may said in her speech following voted that she's going to reaching out to other parties to try to forge more of a consensus on the way forward? Now, the FX market as you saw the pound jumping against the US dollar. Also rallying against the year. I'm looking at now against all of the g ten it's up against everything began the krona with the the fact is that market is doing that. As potentially yielding a softer break that. Yeah. Yeah. They've kind of ignored it haven't they? All right. Thank you very much. Really? Appreciate your time. Bloomberg's Anna Marie Hordern. Who is Brexit reporter in London? Global news twenty four hours a day in San Francisco. I'm Ed Baxter. This is Bloomberg. Brian. Thank you very much. Very good segment there appreciated de let's get to sport. We don't have too much Brexit in sport. Although there is some anyway, let's look first at Tottenham getting some bad news on star with Dan Schwartzman. Dan, Ryan this one as devastating news star. Harry. Kane will be out. At least two months ankle ligament damage. Cain
"mrs maes" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM
"In a fundamentally different way. Well, just before we came on air. I spoke to a member of Theresa May's cabinet the education secretary, Damian Hinds who is supporting Mrs Maes deal. I also what the government will do next if this boat ends in defeat. Well, you baby in the busy making projections. What was going to happen in a few as time? I'm in the business of trying to change the outcome of the as my colleagues in parliament off. That's what we do. And it's not long to wait until we hear what that outcome is. But we want on I want to maximize the support there is for this deal. But isn't it true to say that when you talk about options when trees may went into the negotiations with Brussels, lots of different options are on the tables. And clearly they must be lots of different options on the table. Now to in case, this doesn't go through. Well, it isn't there were lots of different options on the table. Everything is a matter of negotiation at the outset of the talks, the European Union said they were basically a couple of off the shelf options that this country could take a neither of those options would have were. Worked for us and say we needed to come up with a bespoke arrangement for the specifically for the United Kingdom, which recognize the particular closeness that we have by physically and in other ways to our European neighbours are sizes and economy, and the particular to operation that we have with the European Union while also getting us out of the European Union Guinea back control of our borders now to the common agricultural policies on and that's what this deal does. And actually if you offered this exact deal too, many people campaigning to leave the European Union. If you don't see them on the eve of the referendum or even the day after the referee. They would have been you handle. Is there a plan b though if she fails to win it, I'm working on planet, which is to fax much sport for this deal? Even if hypothetically, if we would be on the point of this vote this evening, and we haven't gone on say what it would still be the truth that no deal is something to be avoided. And no Brexit is something to be avoided if you're gonna avoid those two extremes, then you end up with a negotiated exit. And when you still have to think about the different. Ways that you could put together and a Goshi eight exit. You always come back something which looks remarkably similar to the deal that the the the PMS negotiate. Is it true that the prime minister has not shared even with her cabinet colleagues what her response will be in the face of defeat. But we the cabinet prime minister and secretaries day are focused on getting this deal. Government policy is about negotiated exit from the European Union. And that is the deal that has been a long time in the in the coming some of our best diplomats best civil servants working on it here. They've been through many many permutations with the interlocutors in the European. Insist list. But isn't it also just as plausible to say to somebody? Okay. There are lots of permutations. There were many, you know, there are only two outcomes after this vote tonight, the government either wins it or the government doesn't win it. If the government doesn't win it all you own asleep. Telling me that the cabinet has not fought about what they might do next. Of course, we talk about these matters the whole time. So there is a plan B. So we what we need to do is we need.
"mrs maes" Discussed on Kevin Pollak's Chat Show
"Oh, no, a punch lines coming right and gauging and having the timing and having that relationship with an audience where there's an NEB flow. But you know, what's coming in? They don't. Yeah. So they'll say you can have a moment on stage as an actor wave achieved a level of complete silence. Yes. And that's amazing too. I would imagine that silence is probably to a standard is probably anathema when I went from more into storytelling in at a more mature age as a stand up and realized that sort of an I I took time off during the nineties. I got a little busy doing movies. I did a few. I don't know the exact number forty seven. But I do know that. That six of them were good. But I do know that when I came back to it. I thought well I've done all these because I want to write a new act relied written. I'd done all these talk shows. And so I'd written all these stories and told all these stories from real life, my mom visiting the set and hitting on Jack Nicholson, whatever the hell the real story was that I could bring on stage. And then once I decided that was going to be my act where these real life anecdote instead of just doing impersonations, which was always sort of the staple the act. I would tell what it was like to meet Christopher Walken, and then do him within this real life story. So what I did was I I in advertently had created moments of silence on purpose? And once I was able to embrace those moments of silence, he talked about then it became actually more powerful. And I felt a sense of dramatics and the theater as opposed to just I would never joke machine. But still it was transforming. I find it interesting that very often. Even stand ups become very good actors, but the but the traffic in the other duration is very very. Is very thin. I I I I know of a couple of actors who may be could if they were given some material they could maybe have a tight three minutes or something. But yeah, but but to move backwards and forwards it doesn't exist in many actors. Yeah. Most of them all the way up to Denaro that I've worked with over the years and talk to when they find out that I was a standup. I it's sort of the same reaction is have how and why the fuck would you do that? One of the surprising things about the Marvis. Mrs Maes is Rachel Brosnahan. Our lead there's one of the few actors and the writing to where I feel like a stand up is finding their their voice and and whatnot..
US-China trade truce seen boosting stock market
"Brexit altogether for more. We're joined by Bloomberg's EMMY unused are actor, David merrit. Who's with us in the studio. Good morning. David great to have you with us. So. Bloomberg is talking about a fresh Brexit battle that may have to face this week. What is that about? Well, there's a technical issue that the labor party now raised this is about the legal advice at the government's been given behind closed doors about whether the what the implications are of they're still now the attorney general Geoffrey Cox, he'll be talking to lawmakers later on today. The conservative party is saying we will not release mentioned, it's privileged. Client, attorney information. The little potus saying this is too big a deal for us to be in the dark about we want to hear about it. Now. Some of these details, of course, Lee had leaked over the weekend. It seemed unconfirmed reports about what this advice says why the conservatives not wanting to release it because it's obviously makes quite uncomfortable. Reading it includes apparently an assertion that the Irish backstop suggestion could trap Britain indefinitely into this customs arrangement with the European Union. So that's potentially explosive. It means yet more negative sentiment. Around this deal, and it's perhaps persuade even more Tory. Backbench MP's to vote against the government in this big vote next week. How's this week on to play out? David. I mean, the debates officially starts tomorrow parliament rights when it comes to the divorce deal. That's right. We're going to see many hours of debate on this issue led by various ministers in the house of Commons this week. This question about the legal legal argument is actually a little bit more long-term, even if there was a motion to try to force the government. I think we've got time for that to go through parliament's and hoping that just the publicity around it may force the government's hand. But yes, we're going to see lots of debates in parliament as the week goes on. And maybe as we get closer to that vote on the eleventh of December. There are reports in much of the British press about whether the rich are going to go ahead with it. If the numbers still looks so bad is she gonna keep plowing on and have a vote, which he may lose by one hundred two hundred votes. I think that's the big. Question. This week is is it really sustainable for. Mrs may go ahead with something which is looking about all people are going to start changing their mind. This idea of a confidence vote coming straight off to you know, this may actually serve in Mrs Maes favor because it may shop in the minds of some payroll MP's who think will you know, what I'm actually going to pull back from the brink at the last minute. Just very briefly David are you saying there's a possibility? The December eleventh vote might not happen various reports the sun newspaper suggesting some ministers are lobbying for that to happen. Maybe postpone it maybe asked MRs may to go back to Europe because the European Council meets a few days after towards the end of next week. Voters on winnable. There's nothing I can do I need to have some more concessions as you said earlier. Of course, the European leaders have said, it's this deal or no Brexit all so they've been pretty firm. Yeah. They've been saying no nine talk all along. Thanks so much David merrit for talkies through these different strands. Hey, when it comes to the Brexit story this morning. Let's get global news now within bugs Leon guarantee and good morning, Nara in France. President Macron is ordering his prime minister to hold talks with political leaders and demonstrators all the best movement. This comes after another weekend of protests in Paris beanbags. Scrapers Cousy reports the president returned Sunday to inspect the damage and hold an emergency cabinet meeting afterwards, indicating is open to dialogue with the so called yellow vest who opposes tax in environmental policies, but the yellow vest movement is totally new phenomenon France, and so far hasn't been able to introduce any leadership and its demands keep growing in Paris, Gregory, whiskey. Bloomberg daybreak Europe. Andrea Manuel Lopez over dole was inaugurated as Mexico's president on Saturday. Greenberg's Eric Martin says he's beginning to outline his vision for the country in his speech in the lower house of congress. He delivered a blistering attack on the energy industry overhaul passed under his predecessor investors are now looking to see which side of Lopez over or emerges as leader of the nation in Mexico City. Eric Martin, Bloomberg daybreak Europe. Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin, yes in your who is facing new corruption accusations with police recommending he stand trial for alleged bribery in a third case investigators say they have evidence that he traded influence for favors something. The prime minister denies the decision to charge allies with these Walia Torney general and delegates from two hundred countries are in Poland for a major conference on global warming here today. Tens of thousands of protesters marched through Brussels to demand a commitment to tackling climate change. The two weeks summits has been described as the most critical since a deal to reduce emissions in Paris in two thousand and fifteen they will news twenty four hours a day on air and tick tock on Twitter powered by more than twenty seven hundred journalists listenable than one hundred twenty countries. I'm Leon gerrans. This is Bloomberg Markus. Thanks so much Leon guarantees for bringing us up to date there. Now coming up here on Bloomberg daybreak Europe. Paul Donovan global chief economist at UBS is going to be joining us next plenty to talk about when it comes to the trade headlines, as of course, seeing this risk on rally across asset classes, I guess you could say it's been a long time coming with how beaten down particularly equities have been since the September peak. But you're seeing the stock six hundred up one point nine percent looking at the industry groups in terms of what's performing the best commodity producers. No surprise carmakers. No surprise tech, though is something that has caught. My attention is what we saw in terms of the NASDAQ futures outperforming p. Dow futures and text shares also outperform me in the Asian session, particularly with the lack of detail over this truce between the US and China, but anyway, equities rallying Boyle has been rallying strongly. You're seeing the EM complex rally on a weaker dollar at the ten year treasury yield moving higher by four and a half basis points. This is Bloomberg. Streams
Senator John McCain, BBC and Pope Francis discussed on Midday on WNYC
"You American politicians. Have carbs such a distinctive career as, a, late John McCain the maverick Senator from Arizona it
Mr Sharif, Charlie Raleigh and West England discussed on A Public Affair
"Minister theresa may just hours after taped excerpts of an interview published in which he said brexit plans would probably kill any trade deal with the us speaking at the news conference after talks with mrs may the president said the article amounted to fake news james cook reports donald trump held theresa may's does the two leaders walked out to face the cameras and that set the tone the president lavished praise on the prime minister it was a dramatic change of tune just hours after he had lung blasted her approach breaks it and called the uk a country in turmoil now mr trump insisted mrs maes approach to leaving the eu was okay with him just make sure we can trade together he said we will replied mrs may but does the news conference continued it became clear that difficulties and disagreements remained on the substance of any trade deal and on immigration which mr trump said was damaging the culture of europe on which mrs may defended as having been good for the uk a suicide bomb attack targeting an election rally in pakistan tom has killed at least eighty five people officials said dozens were injured in the blast in the southwestern baluchistan province the islamic state group said it carried out the attack with more details his south asia editor ambrose on theologian the bombing was the biggest attack in pakistan in the past year and third incident of electionrelated violence this week earlier a bomb killed four people in the northern town of bundu striking the campaign convoy another politician two days ago the pakistani taliban said it carried out a suicide bombing at a political rally in the city of passover which killed twenty people the former prime minister of pakistan sharieff has been arrested after returning to the country where he faces a ten year jail term for corruption he flew into the city of lahore where hundreds of his supporters say they were detained to stop them from demonstrating earlier speaking to the bbc during a stopover at abu dhabi airport mr sharif said forthcoming elections in pakistan lacked credibility mr sharif's daughter maryam who was traveling with him has also been rested british police believe they have identified the source of the nerve agent which poisoned to people one of them fatally in south west england last month they say scientists who confirmed that a small bottle found in the home of one of the victims charlie raleigh contained nova chuck gordon carreira reports it is still not yet clear where mr rowley and dune sturgis found the bottle but they are believed to have handled it which led to their contamination and to dorm sturgis his death on sunday evening johnny where he has been recovering and is now in a serious but stable condition although the latest find is not to have come from information provided by him the discovery of the.
U.K.'s senior official in charge of Brexit resigns
"Bbc radio four john humphreys nick robinson and kathy clugston who has a summary of the news the brexit secretary david davis has resigned from the government in a letter to theresa may he sent her plan for the future relationship with the eu meant it looked less and less likely that the uk would leave the customs union and the single market mr davis said the proposals agreed by the cabinet checkers on friday would make control by parliament illusory and hand power over large swathes of the economy to brussels in response the prime minister said she did not agree with his characterization the junior brexit minister steve baker has also quit jacob reese mark who leads the european research group of brexit supporting tori mp's said the resignation should force mrs may to reconsider her approach a murder inquiry has been launched in wiltshire following the death of a woman exposed to a nerve agent don starches was forty four fell ill last weekend just a few from where the former russian agents had against paul and his daughter poisoned in march her partner who was also exposed to novi chalk remains in a critical condition rescue teams are thought to have resumed their attempts to bring out the nine remaining members of a youth football team trapped in a flooded cave in thailand four were brought to safety yesterday and are said to be in good health the group have been trapped deep underground for more than two weeks officials in japan say one hundred people are known to have died after days of torrential rain caused by flooding and landslides many others are still missing two million people have been ordered to evacuate homebuilders and england may have to include electric car charging points in their designs under proposals being put forward to reduce emissions from road traffic the government is launching a consultation which will also propose that charging points are fitted to new lamp posts and at new office blocks across the uk prince louis the youngest child of the duke and duchess of cambridge is to be christened today he'll be baptized at the chapel royal at saint james's palace the time is now twenty five to seven david davis has dropped a bomb shell and the howard her boss eleven lost ninety announced he'd resigned as brexit secretary norman smith is our assistant political editor and ob so it coming normal well it's certainly taken most of westminster by surprise but reading david davis's resignation letter you slightly wondering why he didn't go sooner because he lists a long line of things he's been unhappy about clearly for some time he accuses mrs may of as he puts it progressively diluting some of the brexit objectives around giving the uk the freedom to diverge he's unhappy at the sequencing of the talks discussing the divorce arrangements before the trade deal he's unhappy at the arrangements or northern ireland he's unhappy at the handling of the brexit white paper clearly he feels that's been taken out of his control but it's checkers which seems to have crystallized all his grievances in particular this idea of signing up to the eu rulebook which he says will make supposed control by parliament illusory and he appears to be questioning whether on the current trajectory it will be possible to deliver on the referendum and on the pledges to leave the customs union and a single market and he sounds a warning that having made those sort of concessions that are contained in checkers dangers is brussels simply asks for more and he says let me just quote you hear the general direction of policy will leave us in at best a week negotiating position and possibly an inescapable one now when you put all that together you're thinking cranky how did he stay in so long i mean the view from number ten is that it is primarily a difference of tactics i would suggest it looks a lot more profound than that but the reaction of tim i think is to hope that the sort of waters close over that this is if you like a forty eight hour hiatus and then life moves on certainly there's no sign that mrs may is going to rewrite checkers their view is that reality is now kicking in jobs businesses at risk we have to move quickly in these negotiations and this package though difficult to sell can be sold so there's no sign that mrs maes going to back off from the checkers deal unless of course others pile in what is boris johnson likely to do how's he going to.
Brexit: Jacob Rees-Mogg faces backlash after warning to Theresa May
"Nonsense breakfast with julia hartley brewer we'll get you so okay we certainly will join me this morning russell quirk is the founder and chief executive of the property website email takeda uk say comedian amplats glad to visit kate smith wait good morning to you coming up we all going to be talking more about the footy coming up on on tuesday night of course atticus wimbledon starts today but no andy murray what a shame lots of your tweets coming in about brexit should the prime minister will be replaced by a bricks it is someone who believes in brexit as opposed to somebody who perhaps this is a little bit too much to hurt incredibly europhile somewhat say you're a fanatic civil servants well the leader of the eurosceptic european research group at jacob breathe smoke is basically a facebook instigating open tory rebellion could be the theresa may's government could collapse unless she delivers the brexit as jacob says she herself has promised now is a critical summit at chequers country residence this friday and it will see a time when the cabinet has to meet and finally agree when are months and months after they tried to start agreeing on what the government's proposals will beat the eu on trade and jacob smoke has made clear that he and his colleagues are going to vote against mrs maes deal if she feels that ever what she has said she would he compared his position to that of sir robert peel the former conservative prime minister forced to quit in eighteen forty six of his party revolted over the peel of the corridors takes a back to matt alevels thank you very much indeed.