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"peter wildman" Discussed on On Point with Tom Ashbrook | Podcasts

On Point with Tom Ashbrook | Podcasts

02:52 min | 9 months ago

"peter wildman" Discussed on On Point with Tom Ashbrook | Podcasts

"I mean look what happens to anyone who articulates any criticism of Xi Jinping in China there Treated a whole lot worse than our professor. She was in the United States. Who was on your show so we have to rise to a higher standard. It's Absolutely incumbent on who we are as a country and we won't be able to sustain this effectively if we Have a low tolerance for for abusive and ethnocentric behavior by law enforcement or research institutions or whomever. Peter Wildman and I. I should note here that in in the day's news some Wall Street Journal reporters. We've just expelled from China. And I gotTa that came after an article that was written that was critical of a relation of a sheet of of Sheesh of president. She Peter. What's your response to Larry Diamonds analysis of the difference between the two of you and your perspectives. I think he's spot on I'm not sure what came through before when I was speaking but we have a situation where China is overreaching and we just have to be very careful about overreacting and Susan Shirk of University of California at San Diego who was on Larry's panel That produced that report at Hoover Pointed out in her dissent because she was uncomfortable With with with what they with where they came out on this that That right now. She believed the harm. We could cause American society overreacting to this. China threat was actually greater than that caused by Chinese influencing influence seeking itself influence. Can being a little bit different than what we're talking about but the point is it's a really tough balancing act and I do believe Larry and Oroville Attempted that in their report. I just think it's a really dicey situation. When you've got five million people of a particular ethnic ancestry in the living in citizens in the United States many of whom are engaged in science and technology and the suspicion level rises to wear it has and Larry how many graduate students are there from China and the United States. Doing whatever. There's I don't know about three hundred and fifty thousand Chinese students in the United States. The majority of them are undergraduates. I can tell you how many graduates there are. It would be in the tens of thousands. Well thank you very much if we're talking with this Larry. Diamond is a senior fellow at Stanford. University's Hoover Institution he joined us from Stanford California and again. Thanks for your time and death. Peter Waldman is an investigative reporter for Bloomberg News. You can find links to his stories on our website On Point Org Peter thanks to you and.

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"peter wildman" Discussed on FT Politics

FT Politics

04:04 min | 2 years ago

"peter wildman" Discussed on FT Politics

"There is no pragmatism in social media companies to land. It is like a Colt, which I said before in some elements I did that lunch with on Landsman was published a week ago who's the founder of momentum, which is the pro Cogan support group. He was saying he, he was getting quite perplexed and set about some of the anti semitism stuff in his party. But when I said to me, what can you do about it? He said, well. It's not like that momentum is a title groceries organization where people can basically say, do what they want, and maybe it is enough control coming apart. Miranda said about the energy. This was another developed. We had as well that this is labor ruling Baltin. They have elections of ordinary labor members. Your sits on that represent views and the socio again with the pounds of power and wacky decisions are made in the slate that was performed by momentum. The momentum nine, which then became momentum. Eight when Peter Wildman who can't with some comments that were interpreted as some anti semitic others as offensive and he was still elected the NEC. So again, you've had this sense that that part of part, they are in complete control so they can sort of get away with whatever they want is out of control point. You make Jim that you can have as much criticism and people like Tony Blair and golden Brown popping up and David Blunkett as well saying something has to be done about this, but they don't really seem to care now. Exactly. And in that respect, when you talk about the non who likes to. The NEC is quite an important point that it means that when they take their seats later in the autumn, the ruling body of the labor party will be significantly even further to the left and Jeremy copen was unable to carry his personal alteration to the whole. I or eight definition earlier in the week because he was beaten. The unions disagreed with it. If some rare Wolfson his momentum represents there who disagree with it. Some of those will be gone by the ultimate replaced by much more hardline people, and they may want to come back to this in the way the Jeremy calm with, like in this kind of never ending. And there are those who still think that it's possible for someone who is relatively moderate, who's been loyal to Jeremy Corbyn to become the next leader and somehow reshape the party in a slightly more moderate way. People talk about 'em Lethem, bro kissed arm or something like that. The new rumor on the block. You'll have seen as that maybe Chris Williamson who's of real hard left outright of Jeremy Kuban could be a potential. Future leader, and this sounds a little bit outlandish to some. But if you look at how align Chris Williams views are with the pro cope in media like canary or the Navarre media, and a lot of angry people out there in social media is not impossible scenario where the next leader is exactly the same as copen, but maybe a little bit less cuddly. So that leads you then to what the others do. Because if you're a, I won't say right wing labor impede because I actually think that's ridiculous to say about much to these people around happy with the Kuban leadership. If you are all sort of soft left or traditional labor MP, what do you now do your party has actually been taken away from me and you know somebody like Joan Ryan, who faced this vote of no confidence in her London constituency this week. She is saying, you know, I'm labor through in through this tribal loyalty, devotion to the causes, clearly a sort of lifelong and sincerely held belief by most of them. But. Does it moral question about whether you can face the electric? The next general election saying, I recommend that Jeremy Corbyn become prime minister or deed. I recommend that Chris Williamson become prime minister. Can you really do that with a straight face on? I think the pressure for them to either mount a proper campaign to, you know, have an alternative vehicle within the labour party, an alternative to momentum of some soy Donna. What I would be all to split ought to have an alternative program at the next election. They're going to have to come up with something because it is not credible to ask voters to vote for leader who you yourself is believes dangerous. When German Cuban, I got elected people sort of sort as a temporary aberration kind of Russia plus the head..

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"peter wildman" Discussed on Coffee House Shots

Coffee House Shots

04:06 min | 2 years ago

"peter wildman" Discussed on Coffee House Shots

"The capital seem to be suggesting that no deal was end of the world, then invite free hours later changing that because it had gone too far. So I think the cabinet is still fairly confused. But I think what is clear is check as becoming a harder thing to Sal and something. I think some ministers embellishing will be questioning how closely associated they should be, and it's worth seeing Hugh is actually gonna and batted for directly because some of the notable names that we talk about relationship have actually done quite well to avoid that. I think one of the things now capable me remand the foetal on Rome here, but before some great dining street wanted everyone to do a media every Mississippi one one day where they do the media round in which they defended checkers. As far as I recall, what did not happen, never ever not treat to that over the long hot estimate Va. for example, has not yet come. Out raise bathroom checkers, nor has penny more than so all of this goes on this question, which is how all until when is the first cabinet minister say, well, we try checkers that's not flying, so maybe it's time to change tack. I mean, that is kind of interesting question, and the meat has changed so much detail of the weekend that was announced Michael gave on Sandra. Marsha criticized for many breakfast with, and I think it did damage has standing. Thanks to regress rates sat on that safer and gave a very passionate defence event. I would be interest as if he would do that now because I think the mood music has changed so much that I think that would be a hard thing to get someone like that today. One is that the tracks the the only human, the principal own main checkers was that it was negotiable, if it isn't negotiable. Wolf on the merits of it. I mean, the which is which is the problem, which number tunnel dealing with which is, and so they this is why was source spoke summit? The EU twenty seven we'll talk about is so important because they need to be able to say, ignore my Michelle Monia Angela Merkel and the manual Macron. They like checkers. So far wall may have been polite about checkers that there is no Soling yet, but they are doing. I mean, the best resumes analyzed component to is the polls. We'll maybe people should be a bit more pragmatic and flexible, but given the station's opponent in the EU at the moment is not exactly gonna decisively tilt the balance one way or the other. Now meeting on t labor, the party is debating whether to adopt the full definition of antisemitism this afternoon. Casey, how do you think that's going today? Said today's NEC meeting and everyone expects them taped up to, I think if they don't adopt, it would be a big surprise that would be scenes after after that, I think that is that they might try. To add a caveat Otis, I think all eyes on that same, I adopt the Phil definition, but they would try and pin something that to say that, you know, you can still the just criticize Israel and only terms. I think the still the general idea that I'm jibing is on the back foot here. Most thing the reason they're going to adopt is not because he's that by his desk until over. I think it's lows around him. That side enough is enough. But when it comes to the membership, we've had the election of the labor at NEC candidates yesterday and the whole momentum's late. So the pro cooling candidates got picked and one that was particularly vogue was Peter Wildman. He was the victim that momentum disassociated themselves from because it came out in a recruiting that this Kobe ally had basically just antisemitism allegations with Dan to Trumpian Jewish supporters. And that person is now sitting on the committee James where to the motorists that called go from these nec-. Results. It's very difficult for them to claim any sorta victory. Even though some of them amazingly have very soon, you look at more electoral trashes linked. I supposed more to the right of any other group on his number crunching. He suggests that looking momentum might be kind of sixty four percent of the vote..

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"peter wildman" Discussed on talkRADIO

talkRADIO

08:21 min | 2 years ago

"peter wildman" Discussed on talkRADIO

"The very happy Yorkshire data you if you're, from Yorkshire I turn if other counties to celebrate their days in quite the. Same way but let's also editor. Of city I'm a Christian and journalists the pink news and, the paper Benjamin Butler through joining me. This money do you hail from any of your health? From Yorkshire I wouldn't guess from your accents where I come, from Manchester which you can't guess from my accent But no say we. Actually have the match today parade once a year which I'm, sure is a great council money and. Then lost my family from Yorkshire and so actually I? Think one thing we celebrated off how many was your sh, because they would always talk about it Oh yeah never never fed she'd never get you about a woman notes okay about. Being from you I like it would be proud of where they come from Chris yeah I'm I'm a Cornishman oh yeah Aside I mean listen corner. Striker. Very proud of their? Identity and we have some parents day and as a small. But? Vocal, Cornish independence is there. Absolutely, is Well you know who who, knows one day we're all going to be self ruling, on our own tiny little hamlets aren't. We Thank. You very much of Christian man Benjamin button must be. All morning get, their thoughts. On, my next pick in just a moment labor is, being urged, to take more action over Pete Wilson's. Antisemitic remarks wolves it well I think even if you've been reading the newspapers very clear she wouldn't have heard of this guy he's a member of the, ruling national executive committee of the labour party and is a leading light in the momentum. Movement of, big ally of Jeremy Corbyn but labor and Jimmy, Gutman's physically being cold. Facing of calls to take action against him after comments he made, it a meeting which was Rick well first of all tonight but. Then when the recording emerged surprise that he was criticized Santa he has referred himself to the party's, owned disciplinary committee over comments he made where he suggested that the Jewish, people who were, making accusations of antisemitism in labour ranks just Jewish Trump fanatics and. He'd, never himself seeing antisemitism in the party which is very very weird because he's clearly attending the same meetings at, Jeremy Corbyn It is attending. On a regular basis because he's in the front page of other newspapers today after he's had to, apologize for hosting an event in two thousand ten to a holocaust survivor, competitive Israel to, narcissism is held at the house of Commons on holocaust Memorial Day And at the event Jewish, Auschwitz survivor anti-zionist mayor gave a talk entitled to misuse of the holocaust for political purposes And basically talked about how the the well Israel's actions were similar to the actions of the Nazis now Jeremy Corbyn has said since, that news emerged that, in the past in pursuit of Justice for the Palestinian. People in peace in Israel and Palestine I have on occasion, appeared on platforms with people whose views? I completely reject I apologize for the, concerns and exotic that this has caused but is that going to be enough let's talk to. Marie van der sale who's president of the border deputies of British Jews and joins us now good morning to you Good morning Thank you very much for. Coming on it does seem virtually every single day we are getting another story about someone else who is a supporter of, Jeremy Corbyn, making comments the, most people most people would regard. As antisemitic and, once again we have the likes of Jamie Guven sitting there listening to then and not saying anything at. The time and then we're told later on, the all these are, all Smith and this is all being made up by other, Russian. Bought saw some Trump has bought or made up by people who who want to damage. Their party and then we get a tape recording or, a photograph and then we get. The apology and we started, all again How damaging do you, think this is for, the labor party and four Jeremy Corbyn himself I've got to, say. This is a very sad state of affairs Labor's reputation as an anti racist party continues. To collapse and it's really interpreters I was just disgusted, Pete Wilson's ranked against the Jewish. Community no modern political party Possibly conduct. Itself in this way Peter Wildman should clearly be expelled there is no other excuse for it at the other end pace that's been trying to, call out anti semitism in Austin Margaret Hodge ones Victimized subject to discipline reaction and labor is going. Into a, deep abyss Jeremy Corbyn needs to lead the labor party, out this urgently so that he as I said last Sunday camera return labor to being an anti-racist party you say Jeremy Corbyn, needs to to lead the party at this but isn't Jeremy, Corbyn part of, the problem, people until until a couple of weeks ago. When some people giving day. Margaret, Hodge the Jewish neighboring MP as. She pointed the finger at visit your anti semitic your racist and she's now being disciplined for that front by that by, the. Party Ishmael People, had shied away from saying they thought the Jeremy Corbyn was himself anti semitic I think the evidence is very gathering very very quickly now the winds, someone sits, in the same room as people making blatantly anti-semitic rox again and again and again and again for years on, end and says nothing about it and doesn't actually discipline the? People who do it but does discipline an disciplining of people who criticize that net does that not? Tell us that he's not. The person's lead the labor party out of, this abyss he's the democratically elected leader I can't tell. You what's in his, heart but I can say he's not, a credible anti racist, as you've just said how can you, sit there by lexical the terrible. Things happen change racism definitions to, suit your purposes and cool yourself an anti racist definitely nor, the reality is they this doesn't appear to be damaging labor party, within the polls their heads of the Tories in the polls at the current time despite list of being on the Front page of newspapers week after week after week is it? You think that the British. People don't believe it they aren't victims of, it themselves paying a mind Jews makeup on YouTube hundred and fifty thousand people, in this country and in very specific, pockets in north London, and Manchester rather than around the country, is it that people don't care. What did you think that the, British people are quite happy to have a to have that, put their vote towards a man who is leading what many people, now regard as an antisemitic party The UK as an amazing country to live in a place of tolerance place people care and as you say the evidence is coming out daily Else can happen every time you. Think you've. Reached a low hearing, this news does a fresh one But it's going. To be, this week I hope. That everybody can see it for to start apology that he's made of course that starts not enough he needs, to implement the, international definition of, antisemitism and all the examples. Like thirty other countries like the government the Scottish parliament the Welsh assembly the CPS hundred search councils why does light behalf to be different in terms of? What you want to him to do and how you whether you with Jeremy Corbyn can achieve this what sort of timeframe we'll be looking at tomorrow morning Today More can can people here this this. Nonsense it's disgraceful Labor is spine everything into disarray. And collapse You wouldn't have placed. At Marie van desert thank you very much indeed for joining. Us presidents the border deputies of, British Jews I'm joined. Now by updates Coletta talk radio Ross Kemp so Rossi you tried to confront Peter Wildman the the the the one before last allegation of of antisemitic remarks being made in front of Jeremy, Corbyn. And nothing actually happening just before we sweetie. Let's listen to your confrontation with Peter wills Mun SMU tried to get, into some questions, about.

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"peter wildman" Discussed on talkRADIO

talkRADIO

03:56 min | 2 years ago

"peter wildman" Discussed on talkRADIO

"Breakfast with Julia, Hartley brew We'll get you so okay said he will get you talking this morning and joining me editor of city, AM newspaper Krisztian may Angelica pink news. And the paper Benjamin Butler's good morning she Japs visiting? Very dashing on this early summer? Morning we are back to some oh you have some sort. Of autumnal wintry starts early in, the week we're back to summary game with a vengeance I. Got so frustrated with the sun. And then the moment, a half. An hour into the rain are slow him sick of the race British isn't it. We were talking on the, show, what do people do all Bush's talk about when they just meet. Strangers show everyone talks about the weather in. This country except despite the fact that, we spend our entire lives took, him out the weather we seem to be terrible coping with it Slightly whole slightly. Cold everything breaks absolutely but I, have to say you you've. Been enjoying some very nice weather Mr. Christie may on your honeymoon yes that's why I'm so Tandon access what, it is? I had a couple of weeks. Away one of which was particularly relaxing because we didn't have a fifteen month. Old and the second week we did it's technically called a baby I went to one of those mother didn't work out that. We got married after the baby was born They do. Things down the aisle with you anyway we'll have more from Christian may and Benjamin Butterworth on for sure Most serious matters a lot of serious stuff. In the news not. Least. Issue anti semitism let's? Talk about. That with. David Wooding. Political editor the sun on Sunday. He, joins us, now good when did you David good morning good morning another day. Another story about. Labor anti semitism now of course last couple days we've been focused on a man called Peter Boozman let's be honest they won't outside, the, top, party will, ever have heard of or perhaps of momentum who has been accused of of. Making some comments Sutton NEC, meeting labor a national executive, committee meeting which other senior people like Jamie copen was, present but now we the. Ready. Moved, onto getting, nother, meeting, which Jeremy Corbyn was attending where, people gave some views which were. Really very, offensive indeed yes I mean this this this is a the very best a blind spot for Jeremy Corbyn I mean people in the. Labour party have been saying for months now that. He needs to sort out the antisemitism problem in the polity fast This still. Saying it's an it's. Scope. Beyond actually go beyond? The job. Now it's. Even if. He does act it will it'll. Still, be a, massive problem for the party because it's felt that it's deep seated. And it's it's. Very very endemic inside the policy I mean obviously it's not all labor members but there's a significant room for people in the this, this, type, of Peter, Wildman shows he's one of momentum candidates in this month's NEC elections now the. Interesting thing is the way, that Jeremy Corbyn in the, labor leadership react to the people accused of antisemitism he's, apologized nothing seems to have. Happened. Whereas, you take, the, case, if two people in particular who, have shown that anger in disgusted. Antisemitism in, the polity who've immediately being received letters threatening them to from suspension we talk about Margaret Hodge Howdy respected ex-minister who confronted Jeremy Corbyn In. A in a false right way and, she was. On is under investigation Ian Austin the other labor MP from the Midland's who confronted the labor chairman and said, that labour had become a. Sewer on, the Jeremy Corbyn leadership and he, received a lesser within twenty four hours from the the. General secretary of the policy telling them that if you did again EP suspended so there's. A, feeling there that anybody who speaks out about antisemitism is going to be dealt with formal hostage than those who. Well indeed. Although we have had this, apology from Peter Wilson from their national executive committee he's not been waiting to speak to journalists, political reporter was kept so yesterday confronted him as, he was catching a bus. And here's what.

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"peter wildman" Discussed on BBC Radio 4

BBC Radio 4

03:30 min | 2 years ago

"peter wildman" Discussed on BBC Radio 4

"Aid remains an attractive sector for people wishing to exploit others. Oxfam has acknowledged it has further to go to tackle the issue is global affairs correspondent Naomi grimly. This report says, sexual abuse in the eight sector is endemic across organizations and countries. MP's argue, there's been complacency verging on complicity from famous names such as Oxfam background checks on employees, particularly those hard abroad have been two week when problems have occurred. The response has been driven by concern for charities reputation rather than a need for transparency. The international development committee is calling for a new global register of aid workers, which it says will act as a barrier to stop sexual predators entering the eighth sector or moving around when they're exposed. It's admits it will be hard to regulate all aid workers to the same degree, especially as humanitarian work is by. It's very nature international, and often chaotic but the MP's are in no doubt but after a string of scandals now is the time for meaningful change the chairman of the, international development committee the labor MP Stephen Twigg told us, that work had already begun on the global register of aid workers. Ahead of an international meeting this autumn on the agenda for the summit that the government is holding. In October and, there are serious people addressing the detail of how you do this. The idea, is you basically have a register of aid workers if someone committed an offence in one, country and then try to go and get a job in eight. In another country if are on the register that could stop them getting that job spy. Satellites are reported to have detected renewed activity North Korean factory which has in, the past produced ballistic missiles Donald Trump said after his summit with the North Korean leader in June that the threat from. North Korea was now over from so Laura bicker reports the news agency Reuters and, the Washington Post both quote unnamed And US officials claimed photos and infrared imaging show vehicles moving in and out of the missile site at sun on just outside Pyongyang it's not clear what at this stage they could, be carrying Samsung is where North Korea built its first long range missiles. Believed to be capable of reaching the US commercial satellite imagery also appears to show to new buildings at the site these reports are the latest to suggest ongoing activity at North Korea's, weapons facilities despite the meeting between Donald Trump and Kim Jong and. President Trump has said he's willing to hold talks, with Iran's leaders without any preconditions speaking of the White House, he said it would be an appropriate thing to do provided both sides could work out something meaningful a spokesman for the Iranian leader suggested that America, should return to the nuclear deal it abandoned earlier this year Labor is being urged to. Suspend a member of its ruling body after he was. Recorded describing some members of the Jewish community as Trump fanatics in. The recording Peter Wildman an ally Jeremy Corbyn accuses them of making up claims. Of antisemitism in the party is understood Mr. Wilson has apologized and will not face any further action is our political correspondent Jonathan Blake at. A meeting earlier this month, Labour's national executive committee discussed a new code of conduct on. Antisemitism in a recording published online by. The Jewish chronicle newspaper Peter wills moon is heard saying that some people in the. Jewish community were Trump supporters.

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"peter wildman" Discussed on BBC Radio 4

BBC Radio 4

02:07 min | 2 years ago

"peter wildman" Discussed on BBC Radio 4

"It's understood Mr. Wolfman later apologized and was, told he would not, face further action the labor MP Luciana Berger has called for. Him to, be suspended and Labour's deputy leader Tom Watson tweeted last night that Peter Wildman was allowed mouth bully adding he disgusts me a. Labor spokesperson said the party didn't. Comment on individual cases the opposing signs in Zimbabwe's elections on both. Claiming to have done well but no official results have yet been released the opposition leader Nelson. Chamisa said his claim, was based, on results from the majority of more than ten thousand polling stations Andrew. Harding reports from Harare election officials have only confirmed a. High turnout here in Zimbabwe. But, on social media the opposition leader Nelson, Chamisa and his supporters already declaring victory in contrast Zanu PF officials are insisting that early indications. From polling stations around, the country showed. Their party is on track to retain power foreign observers said the voting process Was peaceful and by and large orderly but after years of rigged and disputed. Elections there is. Now an anxious wait and a close focus on the counting process. To ensure these results will be accepted by all sides the owner of British Gas Centrica, says it's prophets for the first half of the year were affected. By. The price cap on prepayment Mueller's introduced last year and the continuing loss of. Customers the firm has reported pre-tax profits of six hundred twenty six million, pounds for the six months to June the. Fall of less than half of, one percent but announced a twenty percent drop in underlying operating prophets for its consumer Centric. Is, chief executive in told us the firm was ready for any new price caps we, have to keep a, very close eye on wholesale costs on all the other input. Costs including, smart metering costs and other things in advance of potential price cap what we are doing is encouraging our customers off the standard. Variable Taryn and we are develop Ping and have, developed a large number of, other propositions for customers that they seem to really want councils in England say the issue of how to..

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Zimbabwe says election is clean; opposition is skeptical

Today

02:07 min | 2 years ago

Zimbabwe says election is clean; opposition is skeptical

"It's understood Mr. Wolfman later apologized and was, told he would not, face further action the labor MP Luciana Berger has called for. Him to, be suspended and Labour's deputy leader Tom Watson tweeted last night that Peter Wildman was allowed mouth bully adding he disgusts me a. Labor spokesperson said the party didn't. Comment on individual cases the opposing signs in Zimbabwe's elections on both. Claiming to have done well but no official results have yet been released the opposition leader Nelson. Chamisa said his claim, was based, on results from the majority of more than ten thousand polling stations Andrew. Harding reports from Harare election officials have only confirmed a. High turnout here in Zimbabwe. But, on social media the opposition leader Nelson, Chamisa and his supporters already declaring victory in contrast Zanu PF officials are insisting that early indications. From polling stations around, the country showed. Their party is on track to retain power foreign observers said the voting process Was peaceful and by and large orderly but after years of rigged and disputed. Elections there is. Now an anxious wait and a close focus on the counting process. To ensure these results will be accepted by all sides the owner of British Gas Centrica, says it's prophets for the first half of the year were affected. By. The price cap on prepayment Mueller's introduced last year and the continuing loss of. Customers the firm has reported pre-tax profits of six hundred twenty six million, pounds for the six months to June the. Fall of less than half of, one percent but announced a twenty percent drop in underlying operating prophets for its consumer Centric. Is, chief executive in told us the firm was ready for any new price caps we, have to keep a, very close eye on wholesale costs on all the other input. Costs including, smart metering costs and other things in advance of potential price cap what we are doing is encouraging our customers off the standard. Variable Taryn and we are develop Ping and have, developed a large number of, other propositions for customers that they seem to really want councils in England say the issue of how to..

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"peter wildman" Discussed on BBC Radio 4

BBC Radio 4

04:28 min | 2 years ago

"peter wildman" Discussed on BBC Radio 4

"Selection is being taken to tackle the problem. The reports of renewed activity at a factory North Korea which has previously been involved in making ballistic missiles. Zimbabwe's opposition is claiming performed resoundingly well in the country's elections, but the hours yet no official results. The BBC news is read this morning by zones. NP's fiscally criticized aid organizations for they called the Amtrak failure to tackle widespread sex-abuse in the sector. A report by the international development committee says there's been a culture of denial since the revelations earlier this year than Oxfam workers paid for sex while helping victims of the two thousand ten earthquake in Haiti, the MP's believed that aid remains an attractive sector for people wishing to exploit others. Oxfam has acknowledged it has further to go to tackle the issue is our global affairs correspondent Naomi grimly. This report says, sexual abuse in the eight sector is endemic across organizations and countries and argue that is being. Complacency verging on complicity from famous names such as Oxfam background checks on employees particularly. Those hard abroad have been two week when problems have occurred, the response has been driven by concern. For charities reputation rather than a need for Transparency. International development committee is calling for a new global register of aid workers which it says will act. As a barrier to stop sexual predators entering the eighth sector or meeting around when they're exposed it's admits it will be hard to regulate all aid workers to the same degree especially as he monetary and, work is by its very nature international and often chaotic the BMP's are in no. Doubt but after a string of scandals now is the time for meaningful change spy satellites are reported to. Have detected renewed, activity at a North Korean factory which has in the post produced ballistic missiles Donald Trump said After his summit with the North Korean. Leader in June that the threat from North Korea was, now over from so Laura bicker records the news agency Reuters and the Washington Post both quote unnamed, US officials claimed photos and infrared imaging show vehicles moving in and. Out of the missile site at son and Dong just outside Pyongyang it's not clear what. At this stage they could be carrying some Dong is where North Korea, built its first long range missiles believed to be capable of reaching the US commercial satellite imagery also appears to show to. New buildings at the site these reports are the latest to suggest ongoing activity at, North Korea's weapons facilities despite the meeting between Donald Trump and Kim Jong in President Trump who said he's willing to. Hold talks with Iran's leaders without any preconditions speaking of the White House. He said it would be an appropriate thing to do provided both sides could work at something meaningful North America editor John. Sopol reports the Probable scenario Donald Trump's sitting down with Iran's president Ruhani must now. Be taken seriously at a news conference yesterday the US president surprised. Everyone when, he said he was prepared to meet his Iranian counterpart anytime and without preconditions just over a week ago Donald Trump's message was that we're. No longer a country that will stand demented words of violence and death and he warned that Iran would face consequences the. Likes of which few throughout history have suffered it's unclear. What's brought this change of tone but it follows the North Korea. Playbook where bellicose language was followed by a willingness to talk a native president. Ruhani said respecting Iran's rights reducing hostilities and returning to the nuclear deal would be steps that could pave the way for talks labor is. Being urged to suspend a, member of its ruling body after he was recorded describing some. Members of the Jewish community as Trump fanatics in the, recording Peter Wildman and Alive. Jeremy Corbyn accuses them of making up claims of antisemitism in the party is understood Mr. Wilson has apologized and will not face any further, action is our political correspondent Jonathan Blake at a meeting earlier this month Labour's national executive committee discussed. A new code of conduct on antisemitism in a recording published online. By the Jewish chronicle newspaper Peter wills Manila heard saying that some people in the Jewish community were Trump supporters.

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"peter wildman" Discussed on On Point with Tom Ashbrook | Podcasts

On Point with Tom Ashbrook | Podcasts

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"peter wildman" Discussed on On Point with Tom Ashbrook | Podcasts

"This podcast in the following message are sponsored by boston medical center boston medical center introducing the gray can center for addiction medicine america's substance use epidemic is here but bmc is here to help learn more at bmc addiction dot org from wbur boston at npr i'm tom aspirin and this is on point twenty six thousand jobs one point three billion dollars in wages one hundred and sixty factories alabama is booming auto parts industries seems to reflect just what president trump promised a sweet renaissance in american manufacturing jobs but at what cost according to a damning report in bloomberg business week workers in the land of dixie are facing low wages little training and devastating injuries this hour on point the hard side of an american manufacturing comeback you can join us on air or online with this conversation is always on is this what more american manufacturing is going to mean join us any time it on point radio dot org or on twitter and facebook at one point radio joining from los angeles is peter wildman reporter for bloomberg business week who wrote the recent cover story headlined inside alabama's auto jobs boom cheap wages little training crushed limbs peter walden thank you for joining us thanks for having me tone what's the context here so the context is going back to the nineties even the eighties the large trade imbalance in automotive with particularly japan at that point but increasingly germany as well at some point and they were looking for what to do about that the foreign automakers needed to have a manufacturing base in the united states in order to be able to manufacture so called american cars.

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