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Fresh update on "prime minister boris johnson" discussed on Bloomberg Daybreak Europe

Bloomberg Daybreak Europe

01:23 min | 45 min ago

Fresh update on "prime minister boris johnson" discussed on Bloomberg Daybreak Europe

"To rise to 4266 pounds in the first quarter of next year. That's according to analysis from Cornwall insight to our leadership rivals Liz truss and Rishi sunako divided on plans for tackling the crisis, but Boris Johnson says he expects his successor with a nice more support in September or October. I just want you to know that I'm absolutely confident that we will have the fiscal firepower and the headroom to continue to look after people as we've done throughout. That was our prime minister Boris Johnson speaking at an event in dinning street last night, new data from the price comparison service you switch suggest households are already in record debt of 1.3 billion to their energy suppliers. In the UK, research from one think tank is calling on the treasury to top up its spending on public services by billions of pounds to make up for the inflation squeeze, Bloomberg's you and parts has the details. 44 billion pounds. That's how much the IFS says the UK needs to top up public spending by to offset soaring inflation. According to the research by the institute for fiscal studies rising prices will wipe out a significant chunk of planned real term spending increases for government departments. It warns the Chancellor that schools, hospitals and other services face acute challenges if the government doesn't increase their funding. The good news is that inflation is also boosting government tax revenues in London. Europe. Now it's one of the top right stories on the terminal this morning, Elon Musk has sold $6.9 billion worth of shares in Tesla. The first time he sold the stock since dropping his bid to buy Twitter, Musk says he needs the cash if he's forced to go ahead with his aborted deal to buy the social media company, Bloomberg's ammo Bryan has more. This is his biggest sale ever of Tesla stuff. Very confusing this morning when he did come out with these sales. There was a lot of speculation in the markets as to what the purpose was. So it looks like he's looking to cash in on a substantial amount of stock while it is at a decent level around $850 a share right now up from those lows reached in May just above $600. That was Bloomberg's Emma O'Brien, Elon Musk has now offloaded around $32 billion worth of Tesla stock in the past ten months, but now says he's done selling and will buy Tesla shares again if the Twitter deal doesn't close. The shares were sold on Friday of last week. In China, consumer inflation accelerated in July to the highest level in two years, Bloomberg's barring Curtis reports from Hong Kong. The CPI rose 2.7% last month from a year earlier. However, it did miss estimates of a 2.9% gain. The PPI meantime increased 4.2% that was below the median forecast and significantly lower than June's 6.1% rise. The CPI may complicate the PBOC's efforts to stimulate the COVID hit economy. However, core inflation was up less than 1%, so at least for now, inflation does not appear to be the problem. In Hong Kong, Brian Curtis Bloomberg, daybreak, Europe. Separately in the U.S. today, we'll get a key inflation report the consumer price index for July, economists are anticipating another elevated reading but below June's red hot annual reading of 9.1%. Let's move on now to some international relations in U.S. House speaker Nancy Pelosi says Chinese president Xi Jinping is acting like a scared, bully over her visit to Taiwan. Pelosi told NBC that China's leader was posturing over the visit. I think that he's in a fragile place. His problems with his economy. He's acting like a scared bully, and this has hit before the meeting that where he will want to be reelected. That was Nancy Pelosi speaking there to NBC now her visit to Taiwan sparked a wave of criticism from Beijing and days of military drills, Pelosi saying in that interview that Congress wouldn't be intimidated. So those are our top stories this morning. Let's get more though on that news out of China about consumer price inflation rising to its highest level in two years. The figure 2.7% was slower than had been expected. Of course, it also pales in comparison to the inflation rates that we're seeing in other parts of the world. For more or less, speak to Bloomberg's chief rates correspondent Garfield rhinos Garfield, thanks for being with us on radio this morning. What should we take away then from this latest Chinese data? Well, I mean, there's a couple of interesting things. One is you can see Chinese stocks down about 1% at the moment. This elevated inflation figure, even if it's not as elevated as expected, does help to reinforce the idea that the Chinese authorities are not going to rush to do fresh stimulus even as the economy struggles. And the struggles of the Chinese economy, Chinese assets, those are added to the burdens in general for global risk sentiment. So that's one takeaway from it. The other takeaway was that although you've got those high inflation optics, you also as you noted have the fairly muted core CPI, a lot of the inflation delivered this time around was pork prices, which PBOC tends to look through. The bigger concern in some ways was that the PPI came in significantly lower than expected. And it's weakening. So that reinforces the concerns about a slowing Chinese economy, even as the other figures make it less likely that that slowing Chinese economy is going to get Central Bank help. What then should we look at as being the international impact of this of course China major export shows the price of things rising in China does have an impact elsewhere, but where could the effects be felt? Well, yeah, I mean the effects are it reinforces the stagflation theme, the idea that if there is there is still a chance for China to export inflation and at the same time there's also as it were a chance for China to export slower growth because what I mentioned about the economy, looking around the soggy and not about to get any significant support from the Chinese authorities. So there's not a lot that's hopeful to take away from any of this sets of data. Of course, the big data point for the markets is the U.S. CPI figure duet later today. Is there potential there for an unpleasant surprise from those July figures? Oh, possibly. The nervousness in the market and things like the steeply inverted U.S. yield curve, strong signs that even although the market is pricing for a weaker, at least headline inflation print, there's still plenty of nervousness, plenty of preparation for yet another top side surprise, the last two headline CPI prints came in above even the most even the highest estimates and the last four came in above the median. So we've had a series of upside CPI surprises. There's plenty of nervousness about that, some potential fact that the biggest shock for markets could be if we actually had some inflation numbers that for once came in lower than expected, although that would conform with the base case for markets, it might be something that by now they're not quite prepared for. The wild card for all of this too is how does the fed react? We've got some fed speakers coming up in the next couple of days and their commentary on how they see this feeding into what they're going to do with rates where they're going to go 50 or 75 in September. That's going to be in some ways more important than the actual headline figure. Okay, Garfield Reynolds our chief rights correspondent. Thank you very much for that. This is Bloomberg. Now

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Supreme Court Political Hackery Revealed in Sam Alito's Rome Speech

Stephanie Miller's Happy Hour Podcast

01:22 min | Last week

Supreme Court Political Hackery Revealed in Sam Alito's Rome Speech

"This political hacked Ness goes all the way up to the Supreme Court. I guess there's a new low, but Sam Alito is she wrote about Sam Alito went to Rome to correct some jokes after overturning roe. He said apparently Sam Alito went to Rome and let his free flag by guaranteeing he is now known internationally as a head. Yeah, this is him. Here we go. I had the honor, this term of writing, I think, the only Supreme Court decision in the history of that institution that has been lambasted by a whole string One of these was former prime minister Boris Johnson. But he paid the price, what really wounded me was when the Duke of Sussex addressed the United Nations and seemed to compare the decision whose name may not be spoken with the Russian attack on Ukraine. Wow. The crisis test has Boris Johnson and Trudeau. I mean, now he's admitting it. I mean, it's out in the open now. You've got a Supreme Court, the majority of whom are conservative hacks. Right. And we'll deliver for all the people who and Sheldon White House is right about this and he's been right about this for three years now. He's delivering for their donors the same way a congressman would.

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UK, Irish leaders join funeral for peacemaker David Trimble

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UK, Irish leaders join funeral for peacemaker David Trimble

"The leaders of Britain and Ireland have joined for the funeral of politician David trumbull who shared the noble peace price for helping to end decades of violence in Northern Ireland Trumbull who led the Ulster unionist party for ten years became a key architect of the 1998 good Friday peace agreement after he reversed his long held opposition to negotiating with the IRA linked party Sinn Fein then he shed the noble Peace Prize with moderate Irish nationalist leader John Hume for ending the sectarian conflict Britain's outgoing prime minister Boris Johnson and Irish premier mihiel Martin joined trumbull's widow and for children for the service at harmony hill presidential church near Belfast trimble died on July 25 at the age of 77 I'm Charles De Ledesma

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New Founding's Matt Peterson on Justice Alito, Christian Nationalism

The Charlie Kirk Show

02:20 min | Last week

New Founding's Matt Peterson on Justice Alito, Christian Nationalism

"With us right now is a great American patriot cofounder and general partner of new founding and also the president of American firebrand super PAC and friend of the show. Matt Peterson Matt, welcome back to the program. Hey, it's great to be here, Charlie. So Matt, I want to get through a couple news items here. But first, I want to play a piece of tape here from justice Alito's speech. I think he gave it in Rome, which is super scary 'cause that's where the Catholic Church is headquartered and not allowed to do that. And I want to play cut 94 here. And the way the media has responded is a new line of attack that you can see in kind of the smart coordinated circles, the people that are considered to be smarter than not. However, they are all kind of coordinating their attacks around Christian nationalism, play cut 94. Over the last few weeks, since I had the honor, this term of writing, I think, the only Supreme Court decision in the history of that institution that has been lambasted by a cold string of foreign leaders. Who felt perfectly fine commenting on American law. One of these was former prime minister Boris Johnson. But he paid the price, Matt kind of mocking Boris Johnson there, Sam Alito, who I think is the best thing George W. Bush ever gave us, probably my favorite member of the court. They're attacking him as being a Christian nationalist. What do they mean by that, Matt? Well, in their minds, of course, they think Christian nationalism is a smear. They think both of those words are bad. And if you put them together, it's too bad things. And that's one big bad thing, and it's a scary monster, which I think in their minds means something like handmaid's tale and enforced Christian religion. They think it's racist too, somehow they seem to only regard whites as Christians, interesting. But white people who are Christian controlling the country and shoving their views down everyone else's throat is what they mean by it. And the hilarious thing here is that neither of those words are bad and when you put them together, you actually get what I think millions of people throughout the country think is normal.

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Justice Alito Cracks Dobbs Jokes Abroad

The Hugh Hewitt Show: Highly Concentrated

01:15 min | Last week

Justice Alito Cracks Dobbs Jokes Abroad

"Want to play for you justice Alito abroad, talking about European reaction to the Dobbs decision. Can we play cut number one of justice Alito yesterday? A few weeks since I had the honor, this term of writing, I think, the only Supreme Court decision in the history of that institution that has been lambasted by a whole string of foreign leaders. Who felt perfectly fine commenting on American law. One of these was former prime minister Boris Johnson. But he paid the price. Post hoc ergo propter hoc, right? All right, so that's a joke. And don't take it as anything other than a joke, because of course, former prime minister Barack Johnson is still the prime minister, but justice Alito is gracefully telling non Americans that they don't get the make Supreme Court law. The United States Constitution dictates what Supreme Court law is. And even if they made a mistake, 49 years ago with roe and doubled down on that mistake, 30 years ago in Casey, now the court has it right. It is up to the states.

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UK Conservatives picking final 2 in race to replace Johnson

AP News Radio

00:54 sec | 2 weeks ago

UK Conservatives picking final 2 in race to replace Johnson

"Britain's Conservative Party has chosen Rishi sunak and Liz trus as the two finalists in an election to replace prime minister Boris Johnson The numbers of votes cast for each candidate is as follows mordent one zero 5 soon act one three 7 trust one one three In an announcement to lawmakers senior conservative Graham Brady declares that trusts and sunac will face a runoff to become Britain's next leader the race pits sunak a former Cheshire chief who steered Britain's economy through the pandemic against trust who's led Britain's response to Russia's invasion of Ukraine as foreign secretary The two contenders will spend the next few weeks campaigning for the votes of about 180,000 Conservative Party members around the country who will vote by postal or online ballot Charles De Ledesma London

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 Successors to Johnson seek to stand out in crowded UK field

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00:42 sec | Last month

Successors to Johnson seek to stand out in crowded UK field

"Contenders to replace outgoing UK prime minister Boris Johnson are lining up as Conservative Party officials prepare to quickly narrow the crowded field of almost a dozen candidates and 11th candidate has entered the running to become prime minister little known minister Rahman chisti is up against more heavyweight contenders such as foreign secretary Liz trus treasury chief and him sahai and former health secretary says E javid and Jeremy hunt the new leader will be chosen in a two stage election British politics analyst Tony Travers believes many candidates aren't actually vying for the top job It's a mixture of some who genuinely think they can win or want to win and think they can win And others who are positioning themselves wanting

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British Prime Minister Boris Johnson resigns. Here's who could replace him. - NBC News

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00:49 sec | Last month

British Prime Minister Boris Johnson resigns. Here's who could replace him. - NBC News

"Anti EU sentiment to his populist campaign leading Britain out of the block and reneging on the post Brexit trade deal he signed the outgoing British prime minister Boris Johnson has been the bane of Europe's Brussels for many years I will not miss him French finance minister brunner the mayor says highlighting an open disdain unseen since the Europeans welcomed the U.S. election loss of Donald Trump in 2020 and while transatlantic relations picked up quickly since the arrival of president Joe Biden don't expect anything similar with a new British leader David mcallister the leading EU legislator dealing with a Britain says even with a new prime minister they'll likely be few changes in the British government's position on

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"prime minister boris johnson" Discussed on CoinDesk Podcast Network

CoinDesk Podcast Network

01:34 min | Last month

"prime minister boris johnson" Discussed on CoinDesk Podcast Network

"That the more than 1100 year old royal mint would be instructed to mint an NFT to be available in the summer. The UK treasury stated this decision shows the forward looking approach we are determined to take towards crypto assets in the UK. Now there is obviously excitement around this from those particularly in the UK, crypto community, but still it was in many ways confusing. The UK regulator had spent the last two years shutting down the majority of the local crypto industry, but now they want it to be a global hub and just weeks before the announcement, the regulator had declared crypto ATMs illegal due to money laundering risk, many felt that there was an internal tension here with the UK government being at odds with the FCA on their views of the future of the UK crypto industry. Now, in the next couple of months, there was some progress made we saw people being hired to fill crypto related positions. We saw a slightly different tone from the FCA. For example, at the end of April, the FCA co director of consumer and retail policy stated at a conference that the regulator had been perhaps overly focused on risks instead of focusing on the opportunities. In May, the FCA announced that they would be holding a quote unquote crypto sprint, which they described as, quote, the main aim of the event was to increase our understanding of emerging crypto asset market practices, and to seek views from the industry on what an appropriate regulatory regime might look like. We want to consider how further crypto asset regulation could ensure consumers and markets have sufficient protections as the industry evolves. So that's where we were. Things were looking great, but then the government got caught up in itself. The list of

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"prime minister boris johnson" Discussed on CoinDesk Podcast Network

CoinDesk Podcast Network

03:45 min | Last month

"prime minister boris johnson" Discussed on CoinDesk Podcast Network

"Difficulties of value in crypto assets reliably, places retail consumers at a high risk of suffering losses from trading crypto derivatives. We have evidence of this happening on a significant scale. The band provides an appropriate level of protection. Now, obviously, crypto derivatives for retail are also not available in the U.S. either. They have been controversial in many jurisdictions due to the way that they allow retail users to access leverage in their trading. This is an area of crypto regulation that has a lot of discussion and a lot of progress being made that sees both the true risks, of course, but also the value that access to these types of products can create. Done properly, derivatives enable legitimate hedging activity to occur, which can actually help retail traders manage their risk. Anyway, for the point of our story, obviously the key part is that the FCA banned them. Next in December 2020, the FCA announced a money laundering registration scheme for crypto companies. The regulator required crypto firms to start submitting applications for registration immediately, and those that did would receive temporary registrations which would allow them to continue operating in the UK pending full consideration of their applications, which was intended to be completed by July 2021. However, this was not to be. By March 2021, the scheme was attracting lots of criticism from the industry regarding delays and lack of communication. At that stage, only four out of 200 applicants for temporary registration had been decided on by the regulator. Crypto UK chairman Ian Taylor hit out at Chancellor Rishi sonic in a statement. He requested sunak's intervention in the delays stating that the UK is quote missing out on a major opportunity as crypto companies trying to sign up under the new regulatory regime experience and arduous process with most of the group's members having received little or no response from the FCA. For some more than 8 months have elapsed without a single response from the regulator Taylor said. These delays ended up prompting the FCA to extend the temporary registration period until March of this year 2022. However, the regulator also noted that a quote significantly high number of crypto firms were failing to meet their standards on anti money laundering protections. In March of this year, the FCA finalized the registration process, leaving the temporary registration status active for only a small, handful of firms whose applications were progressing. Out of the nearly 200 applicants, only 34 were approved to be fully registered with a further 5 firms remaining on the temporary registry pending a final decision. And by the way, some of those 5 were really big firms in the country. These weren't just sort of fly by night crypto operations. As all of this was happening, the FCA had also gone after binance specifically. In June of 21, they refused registration to the crypto exchange and announced that binance quote is not permitted to undertake any regulated activity in the UK. Now, there was a whole set of back and forth, but again, for our purposes, the key thing here is that the FCA explicitly went after binance. Last note on where things stood in 2021. In the later part of that year, the UK advertising standards authority cracked down on crypto advertisements and even banned a number of them. These advertisements were all over the London subway and bus networks and the regulator criticized them for failing to properly warn about the risks of crypto investing, as well as often being misleading in nature. One of the things that they didn't like was companies highlighting Bitcoin gains over the last decade. In times like these, security of your assets should be your number one priority. If you want to offset risk as much as possible and still stay in crypto, you need to trusted partner by your side. Nexo is a security first company that manages risk by relying on mechanisms such as over collateralization, real-time auditing, and insurance on custodial assets. Learn

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UK leader hopefuls jostle as Johnson digs in for final weeks

AP News Radio

00:55 sec | Last month

UK leader hopefuls jostle as Johnson digs in for final weeks

"London woke up with mixed feelings after British prime minister Boris Johnson announced his resignation as party leader but vowed to stay on as the prime minister until a replacement is found I heaved a great sigh of relief I really did I thought he should have left earlier Much earlier Resident Ernest William Lee wants to see the back of boys Johnson as soon as possible while Julie firestone a tourist from Toronto thinks it's a tough time to stage a change of leadership Well I think he's been very supportive of the Ukraine I think it's really hard at this time because there's so much going on Meanwhile a field of candidates to replace the departing prime minister has begun to take shape even as some lawmakers push to get the scandal tarnish Johnson out of office before his replacement is elected in the next couple of months Charles De Ledesma London

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"prime minister boris johnson" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

02:57 min | Last month

"prime minister boris johnson" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"Hour. We're looking at British prime minister Boris Johnson, a remaining at 10 Downing Street after resigning, let's get over to San Francisco and join Ed Baxter for global needs. Yeah, exactly right, rich Johnson offering no apologies today. It is clearly now the will of the parliamentary Conservative Party that there should be a new leader of that party and therefore a new prime minister. He says it's disappointing because he still has a lot to do. Bloomberg's guy Johnson says a system has a number of steps though. You are going to get the parliamentary party of the Conservative Party the Tories whittling down the candidates to two. Those two candidates will then be put to grassroots members of the Conservative Party who will ultimately decide who the next prime minister is. This is a parliamentary system. That's how the process works. But how quickly that happens remains to be seen in theory it could happen relatively quickly. In theory, we could have a replacement for Boris Johnson by the end of August. But lord Kim darroch, who is a former UK ambassador to the U.S., says there's growing concern about that timeline. It's already clear that quite a lot of concerted MPs are not happy with how long this will take, and with the implication that Boris Johnson could continue to be prime minister through the rest of July through all of August into September. And they think either it needs to be speeded up somehow, or maybe a different process completely, but this is still to be played out, and we will know a lot more of the legislative committee meeting on Monday. Yeah, Derek. Bloomberg television earlier today, Monday commission meets to set that process into formal motion. Jan hap reported the ruling people's power party has suspended the party membership of leader Lee Jean seok on allegations of sexual bribery and cover up. A move that could throw the party into turmoil. China has criticized India's prime minister Narendra Modi along with U.S. Secretary of State Antony Blinken for a phone call that conveyed birthday greetings to the Dalai Lama. His 87th. Now, China's foreign ministry says both need to abide by commitments to China on Tibet related issues and stop interference in China's internal affairs. U.S. senators Richard blumenthal and Lindsey Graham are in Kyiv. Graham saying the more military aid, the higher the chances are that Ukraine can win the war. Strangled the Russian economy half the Ukrainian military and keep the pressure on Putin and his cronies in terms of oligarchs seized their assets, keep our foot on their throat. And Graham says it's critical to win. In the military leaders of China and the U.S. have spoken now in an attempt to open critical lines they say of communication. In San Francisco, I met Baxter, this is Bloomberg back to Hong Kong, Brian. All right, thanks very much. You had 38 minutes past the hour, so 22 to the top, if you're going somewhere, time to take a look at sports

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Conservative contenders who could succeed Boris Johnson

AP News Radio

00:53 sec | Last month

Conservative contenders who could succeed Boris Johnson

"Bookmakers in Britain are eyeing up a successor to prime minister Boris Johnson William ked Johnny with star sports has been outside number 10 Downing Street with a board with the current odds for prime minister the favorite defense secretary Ben Wallace Kajali considers Steve baker a supporter of Brexit a major contender I say major contender he's ten to one now for 50 to a big move for him Johnny says chances are good for the two cabinet members in Britain who recently resigned Kicked all this off Was previously the health secretary had been chance of before Again reasonably big runner received public profile Did he jump ship soon enough Is the question to ask if both him and also if you see that Soon act was Boris Johnson's treasury chief Bookmakers have been busy in Britain since science started to appear that Boris Johnson was on his way out I'm Ed

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One scandal too many: British PM Boris Johnson resigns

AP News Radio

00:57 sec | Last month

One scandal too many: British PM Boris Johnson resigns

"As prime minister Boris Johnson announced his resignation many UK citizens were relieved he is finally stepping down After three tumultuous years in power Johnson has succumbed to pressure from his own cabinet and party to give up his position I know that there will be many people who are relieved And perhaps quite a few who will also be disappointed Indeed on the streets of London many were relieved to see Boris Johnson leaving no 10 Downing Street even Conservative Party voter Susan palm was happy to see him go Boris has to go He's a disgrace Investment banker he met Delhi way said it was about time Johnson accepted the feat By the end of the day it seemed like he was just going to keep on but I guess he's figured it out that it's time for him to go Big issue magazine vendor Frank Thomas was worried about what the future now holds for Britain after Johnson's departure I don't think things will get better for a long time Things have to get really really worse before they get better Karen Chammas London

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 UK Prime Minister Boris Johnson announces resignation: 'Them's the breaks'

AP News Radio

00:50 sec | Last month

UK Prime Minister Boris Johnson announces resignation: 'Them's the breaks'

"British prime minister Boris Johnson has announced his resignation after a mass revolt of top members of his government It is clearly now the will of the parliamentary Conservative Party that there should be a new leader of that party and therefore a new prime minister The prime minister spoke outside of number 10 Downing Street amid a chorus of cheers in the occasional boo as he admitted that his party wanted him gone In politics no one is remotely indispensable Showing his usual charisma that helped him to get to the top job Johnson explained he didn't really want to go I want you to know how sad I am to be giving up the best job in the world But them's the breaks After three tumultuous years in power the brash 58 year old politician who took Britain out of the European Union and steered it through COVID-19 and

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 Boris Johnson says he has appointed new Cabinet while he remains as UK prime minister until a successor is chosen

AP News Radio

00:30 sec | Last month

Boris Johnson says he has appointed new Cabinet while he remains as UK prime minister until a successor is chosen

"British prime minister Boris Johnson is to resign following an unprecedented political crisis over his future an official in Johnson's Downing Street office has confirmed that the prime minister has agreed to announce his resignation Johnson had rejected calls from his own cabinet to step down over several ethics scandals He gave in after more than 40 ministers quit his government and told him to go It was not immediately clear whether Johnson would stay in office while the Conservative Party chooses a new leader who will replace him as prime minister Karen Chammas

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"prime minister boris johnson" Discussed on WABE 90.1 FM

WABE 90.1 FM

03:35 min | Last month

"prime minister boris johnson" Discussed on WABE 90.1 FM

"Melt the Chang in Culver City, California. British prime minister Boris Johnson is insisting. He will not resign after another crisis has rocked his leadership. And today's weekly prime minister's questions session in parliament, opposition members shouted, bye bye Boris, Johnson though remained defiant. It is a very simple reason why they want me out and that is because and that is because they know mister speaker that otherwise we are going to get on and deliver our mandate and win another general election. And that is the reality of speaker. But even for many within his Conservative Party, the question is not will Johnson leave, it is when. Villa Marx is in London for NPR and joins us now with the latest. Welcome. Thanks so much, Elsa. So this time yesterday villain, we were just talking about two resignations from Johnson's cabinet. What has happened today? Catches up. Well, yeah, we had dozens more members of his government resign, including a further 15 ministers. It goes without saying this is pretty unprecedented. The last time a mass government resignation on this scale happened, I think it was back in 1932 to remind folks how we got here Johnson scene support among men of his own Conservative Party slowly ever weigh over the course of this year. Largely due to crises of his own making, but the fact that downing his office and official residents played host for a large number of all parties during 19 related restrictions. That dented ordinary people at the time from gathering socially. He and his team handled the fallout from investigations into this party is really badly. And the conservative subsequently lost two constituency elections. That was a sign that ordinary British voters were perhaps turning against Johnson and his party. So after that, last month, the prime minister faced a vote of no confidence from his fellow conservative members of parliament. He won it, but far from convincingly. And so when another scandal arose last week, focused on alleged sexual assaults by a conservative legislator that Johnson had promoted to a senior government role, questions were once again raised about his judgment as leader and when Johnson then failed to immediately disclose that he had known about previous complaints against that same legislator, those two resignations you mentioned yesterday from among his most senior cabinet members, they took place. Well, I mean, we just heard prime minister Johnson say he will fight on. At this point, can he? What do you think? Well, in a wood, yes, at least in terms of the mechanics and at least for a few more days. He's repeatedly said he will not voluntarily resign and having won his party a very substantial majority in a general election just back in 2019. Johnson's argument today seems to be that he retains a powerful mandate from the British public, even though a series of polls in recent weeks have suggested the majority of people in the UK would not see him gone. On top of all the resignations, he's also just sacked one of his other various senior ministers a man considered by many to be one of the chief intellectual architects of the Johnson government agenda. He's also already appointed replacement for the first two senior cabinet members to resign yesterday. His finance and health ministers. And members of the Conservative Party, this is where it gets complicated in the House of Commons, Britain's elected lower chamber in parliament can not currently under their own vote to remove him as head of their party in parliament for another 11 months, precisely because he survived a no confidence vote last month. Some now seem to be trying to change those rules as early as next week. That would allow for a new confidence vote and if he's lost as much support as today's resignation seemed to suggest it's unlikely he'd survive a second time. All right, that is reporter Willem marks in London. Thank you very much. Thanks so much, Elsa. A derecho barreled

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UK's Johnson vows to stay in office after top ministers quit

AP News Radio

00:45 sec | Last month

UK's Johnson vows to stay in office after top ministers quit

"A defiant British prime minister Boris Johnson is battling to stay in power after his government's rocked by the resignation of two top ministers Johnson's first challenge is getting through the day where he faces tough questions in the weekly prime minister's questions session in parliament and a long scheduled grilling by a committee months of discontent over Johnson's judgment and ethics within the Conservative Party has erupted with the resignations of treasury's chief Rishi sunak and health secretary Sajid javid within minutes of each other on Tuesday Johnson quickly replaced the two ministers but a string of other resignations show the dangerous Johnson is far from over Charles De Ledesma London

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 In major blow, 2 key ministers quit Boris Johnson government

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00:45 sec | Last month

In major blow, 2 key ministers quit Boris Johnson government

"Two key cabinet ministers have resigned from British prime minister Boris Johnson's government health secretary Sajid javid and treasury chief Rishi sunak resigned within minutes of each other After Johnson apologized and admitted he changed his story about handling allegations of sexual misconduct by a senior staff member There's no place in this government for anybody who is predatory or who abuses their position of power Chris pincher resigned over complaints he groped two men at a private club Johnson originally said he wasn't aware of any allegations when he promoted pincher Now he says he thought an earlier complaint was cleared up If I had my time again I would think back on it and recognize

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UK: Johnson revises story after ex-civil servant goes public

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UK: Johnson revises story after ex-civil servant goes public

"Britain's Boris Johnson has revised his explanation after an ex civil servant goes public A former civil servant says prime minister Boris Johnson's office wasn't telling the truth about sexual misconduct allegations against a senior member of the team Johnson has faced pressure to explain what he knew about previous misconduct allegations against lawmaker Chris pinscher who resigned as deputy chief whip on Thursday amid complaints that it grouped two men at a private club The government's explanation has shifted repeatedly over the past 5 days with ministers initially saying Johnson was not aware of any allegations when he promoted pinscher to the post in February Charles De Ledesma London

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UK government faces new boozy scandal as deputy whip quits

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00:43 sec | Last month

UK government faces new boozy scandal as deputy whip quits

"Britain's government is dealing with another boozy scandal after the deputy chief whip resigned from his post following a drunken incident Chris pincher whose role was to maintain discipline among Tory members of parliament submitted a letter of resignation to prime minister Boris Johnson on Thursday Now Johnson has to decide what to do with him Pincher said in a letter I drank far too much I've embarrassed myself and other people which is the last thing I want to do but he said he would remain as a conservative lawmaker Johnson didn't answer when journalists shouted questions to him outside his 10 Downing Street residence about whether he would indeed suspend pincher from the party Charles De Ledesma London

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Putin: Other Leaders Are 'Disgusting' Fully Naked, Not Hot Like Me - The Daily Beast

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00:31 sec | Last month

Putin: Other Leaders Are 'Disgusting' Fully Naked, Not Hot Like Me - The Daily Beast

"Russian president Vladimir Putin is responding to western leaders who mocked him during the G 7 summit The comments came as the leaders were sitting down to talk British prime minister Boris Johnson joke the leader should take their clothes off Canadian prime minister Justin Trudeau joked they could try to match Putin's naked torso pictures with A bare chested horseback riding display During a visit to Turkmenistan Putin responded He

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G-7 set to back pursuing Russian oil price cap, tariff hikes

AP News Radio

00:54 sec | Last month

G-7 set to back pursuing Russian oil price cap, tariff hikes

"The group of 7 summit starts with Ukraine as the number one topic Ukrainian president volodymyr zelensky has joined G 7 leaders by video link at their summit in the Bavarian Alps zelensky could be seen on the television screen next to a round table where the leaders were sitting the G 7 leaders are committing themselves to backing Ukraine for the long haul with British prime minister Boris Johnson underlining the need for grain stocks to get out to the world market The G 7 supporters of Ukraine are around the world have to continue to help the Ukrainians to rebuild their economy to get their grain out to export their grain and of course we have to help them to protect themselves The G 7s set to announce an agreement to pursue a price cap on Russian oil aiming to curb Moscow's energy revenues I'm Charles De

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"prime minister boris johnson" Discussed on WTOP

WTOP

01:43 min | 4 months ago

"prime minister boris johnson" Discussed on WTOP

"A year to create an abortion care training program 7 34 CBS News special report UK prime minister Boris Johnson made a surprise visit to Ukraine meeting with president volodymyr zelensky in Kyiv He promised another $130 million worth of military equipment and additional sanctions Together with our partners we are going to ratchet up the economic pressure and we will continue to intensify a week by week the sanctions on Russia A missile strike on a train station and eastern Ukraine killed more than 50 and injured over 100 others CBS News correspondent Debra patta is in Ukraine The Russians may have lost the battle for Kyiv but they are redoubling their efforts along the eastern front in a bit to seize donbas Ukrainian officials have been warning residents to flee the area which is why so many civilians had gathered at this rail station in a village to board trains to safety before this latest attack CBS News special report I'm Wendy Gillette It's 7 35 Tough being the job of prime minister of Pakistan ousted today after a no confidence vote Several of Imran Khan's ally say coalition party deserted him in the last days Khan said his opposition colluded with the U.S. to try and unseat him That didn't work A good day for a celebration and a good cause Downtown D.C. celebrating the fact that one of our own will sit on the Supreme Court as the first African American female Supreme Court Justice Howard University's marching band liven the atmosphere where people are already happy over the confirmation.

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"prime minister boris johnson" Discussed on KOMO

KOMO

01:36 min | 7 months ago

"prime minister boris johnson" Discussed on KOMO

"By propel insurance A mostly lower finish for stocks today the S&P 500 ending in the red for a 5th straight session that brought index eased 6 points and the Dow Jones industrials fell 162 but the NASDAQ composite recovered from an early sharp sell off to actually finish with a gain of nearly 7 points Shares of gaming services companies Zynga surged 40% following news it will be acquired by Grand Theft Auto publisher take two interactive for $12.7 billion uniting two video game companies with a presence across gaming platforms Zynga's games include FarmVille and words with Friends Shares of take two by the way slid 13% That's your money now Britain may follow the United States and cut the COVID self isolation time These are your world headlines from ABC News Prime minister Boris Johnson The quarantine period whether to come down from 7 days to 5 days Other thing to do is to look at the science Such a move could help deal with staff absences across the UK economy and public services Meanwhile Pope Francis has suggested that getting vaccinated against the coronavirus was a moral obligation And he denounced how people had been swayed by what he saw as baseless information to refuse one of the measures to save lives during the pandemic And the EU says the hundreds of millions of dollars the blocks poured into 6 western Balkan countries to improve the rule of law there just doesn't pay off The report shows that the country's often continued to show a lack of commitment to tackle things like eruption.

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"prime minister boris johnson" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

02:38 min | 8 months ago

"prime minister boris johnson" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"UK prime minister Boris Johnson says omicron is changing the restriction landscape effort to has all the latest in San Francisco it Yeah and he slapping more on He calls it plan B he says the rapid spread is causing him to rethink work and Christmas Juliet as of Monday he's asking people to work at home if at all possible He also says mask mandates will go back on indoors and will also make the NHS COVID pass mandatory for entry into nightclubs and venues where large crowds gather including unseated indoor venues with more than 500 people Unseated outdoor venues with more than 4000 people and any venue with more than 10,000 people Now he apologizes for the quick turn of policy but says a variant has to be stopped Meanwhile Pfizer and BioNTech say their first research is very positive Pfizer CEO Albert burla on Bloomberg balance of power says three doses work on like the first did on the others up to 95% efficacy They are having a very very big drop dramatic drop of neutralization type That's only the two doses This doesn't mean that we won't see it We guess it because there are other elements of immune system that we haven't measured He says at this point it is key to slowing auto crime Burla also says the omicron specific vaccine may be available in the first part of next year The WHO executive director issuing a cautious warning about all of this news Bloomberg's Emma O'Brien And I think that's coming from a place of they're worried that if you do get all this attention on boosters and then being seen as the magic bullet to move beyond this new variant that you will have be prolonging the situation in the developing world where some places have barely any access to a vaccines at all So back to the debate about vaccine equity huh WHO says a Macron has to be stopped globally U.S. Senate has voted to block the Biden vaccine mandate for companies Manchin and tester joining the GOP block vote It's likely to die in the house though in The White House has already said that the president will veto it U.S. House has passed its human rights legislation with actions to punish China regarding its handling of the Uyghur Muslims U.S. has a situation at the Russian Ukraine border is totally in Vladimir Putin's court President Joe Biden says Putin understands the potential economic consequences Economic consequences.

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"prime minister boris johnson" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

01:47 min | 11 months ago

"prime minister boris johnson" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"Prime Minister Boris Johnson has won a mandate to raise taxes to fund health and social care. This will go to the highest level one and a quarter percent on working people and their employers as well. The vote 319 to 48 in the House of Commons. Johnson is called a pandemic ketchup program. Attention now turns to possible Cabinet changes wide speculation that education Secretary Gavin Williamson Foreign Secretary Dominic Raab and home secretary Pretty Patel all faced emotion. The prime minister has denied so far but has not also ruled it out. Hong Kong Secretary R US Secretary of State Anthony Blinken says activists arrest in Hong Kong or a blatant abuse of law. He also tweets Hong Kong authorities must end Ongoing threats against civil society. And the White House has responded today to Texas Governor Greg Abbott yesterday, saying the way to end the problem with women who have been raped, carrying a baby to term and not being able to get an abortion is too Eliminate rape. White House spokeswoman Jen Psaki, given there has never in history of the country in the world than any leader who has ever been able to eliminate rape, eliminate rapists from our streets. It's even more imperative. It's one of the many reasons I should say not the only reason why women in Texas should have access to health care. Sake says there are many better answers in San Francisco. I'm at Baxter, This is Bloomberg. Alright, Eddie. Thank you. Let's get to global sports. We've got Dan Schwartzman hit. So Dano, a top seed is in action at the US Open yet, Doug, we have a pattern so far through the first three quarterfinal matches say they all ended up in straight sets..

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"prime minister boris johnson" Discussed on WTVN

WTVN

02:43 min | 1 year ago

"prime minister boris johnson" Discussed on WTVN

"Prime Minister Boris Johnson. The president's meeting with Russian President Vladimir Putin is not until next Wednesday, but it's looming large over this gathering of world leaders, reporters shouted at President Biden. What is your message for Vladimir Putin as he walked away from the cameras, the president said, Deliver it. Karen Travers, ABC News traveling with the president in Cornwall, England, Dr Dean of the Brown University School of Public Health, says there is no reason to lose faith in the Covid 19 vaccine, even with reports of two cases on a cruise ship believed to be breakthrough infection. Breakthrough infections do happen. They're very rare. Both of these people had very mild symptoms and we did not see a large outbreak on the ship. This is the benefit of vaccination, said everybody else was able to get through the cruise without having any problem. The cases were among two passengers staying in the same room on the first cruise ship trip from North America since 2020. The Ohio Department of Health says all but 15 of the States counties are at the goal of 50 cases of Covid 19 per 100,000 people. Data released yesterday shows a statewide averages 37 cases per 100,000 good results in the Columbus Police Finish initiative dubbed Operation Game over aimed at halting juvenile crime. Around Christmas, police began tracking 43 juveniles and young adults who they say were committing crimes around central Ohio. Nearly six months later, investigators tell me the majority Those crooked kids have stopped their criminal ways except for one crime hotspots around northeast Columbus, ABC, six is Steve Levine says A new crime ring is nicknamed the blending group. Since April. 31 felony charges have been filed in connection with the blending group, the majority of crimes being car thefts, robberies and purse snatchings. The committee that organizes the college football playoff, consider expanding the tournament to 12 teams when they meet next week. ESPN Paul Finebaum, telling the networks Keyshawn J. Well in Zubin about how it may work the first round on campus. We thought the second round would be on campus to it's not going to be those will be in the traditional bowl games that we are used to, So the big ball games are going to be okay. Playoff currently operates under a 12 year deal with four teams that began in 2014 that expires after the 2025 season news radio 6 10 w T V N SPORTS The Blue Jackets have a new head man announced yesterday that Brad Larson will be the team's eighth head coach in franchise history. The 43 year old Larson has spent the last seven seasons as an assistant coach with the team. He agreed to a three year contract through the 2023 24 seasons. The Cleveland Indians, who split their series with ST Louis returned to progressive field for a seven game home stand, starting with a series against Seattle tonight, Erin so volley will get the start for the tribe. First pitch is at 7 10 and the Reds dropped two out of three to the Brewers. They will regroup and take on the Colorado Rockies in a three game set that begins tonight at 7 10..

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"prime minister boris johnson" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

06:14 min | 1 year ago

"prime minister boris johnson" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"Leader McConnell trying to kill the checks the $2000 checks desperately needed by so many American families by tying them completely too partisan provisions that have absolutely nothing to do with helping struggling families across the country, and in essence, it is killed effectively as Democrats are not inclined to move on the other issue, so It looks as if it's gone. This session. Still on the docket supposedly is the vote to override the Trump veto on defense spending. UK trade Agreement with the EU is on course to finality and just hours without passing the House of Commons, Prime Minister Boris Johnson says it is time to Repair our fishing communities. For that moment, we will invest £100 in a program to modernize their fleets on the fish processing industry. Restoring, he says. They're still needs to pass the House of Lords, which in practice is just a rubber stamp. Moving into 2021. China's President, Xi Jinping, is expected to become even more obsessed with security, along with the National Security Law passed this last year, the Polack bureau was asked to build a holistic national security architecture is focus, he says, is on safeguarding China's one party political system and for stalling and defusing national security risks. US vaccinations air running a 200,000 day far short of warp speed and predictions. Joe Biden Press secretary Jen Psaki holdups. What? What? What is halting the ability to get this? That scene after communities out to help centers. But now the head of warp speed, General Gustav Pernis says things are definitely speeding up We've allocated on will be available for final ordering 20 million doses by this Thursday. Distributed more than 14 million doses of vaccine toe over 10,800 locations, he says that will increase in about a week. There's an undercurrent still of what may happen when the Congress confirms the Biden victory next week. House Speaker Nancy Pelosi says though she is not worried, had no doubt Little next Wednesday, a week from today. That Joe Biden will be Confirmed by the acceptance of the boat. And in California Governor Gavin Newsom is proposing a $2 billion plan to reopen schools hanging up the old guidelines strengthen them as we now move in. Through this new face, And he says it can happen very soon, or as late as a spring planning. Now the governor also saying that the variant strain of the virus from the UK has been found now in Southern California in San Francisco. I'm Ed Baxter. Okay back to you, Brian. Thanks very much. Just getting some numbers here out of South Korea. Inflation pretty stable. Their consumer prices little changed the gain of 0.5% year on year. Our guest is Kirk Hartman, president and global CEO of Wells Fargo Asset Management. Current is great to have you on the show. Good time, too. As we look into next year, I'm sure you've been Running your numbers Seems like there's a green light just about everywhere, particularly in inequities and corporate bonds, I suppose, and I were just talking about Bitcoin. But I'll put it to you that the next big challenge is going to be a pick up in inflation and interest rates. Now we don't know when that's coming. If it's two years away, then Yeah, let's party if it's 3 to 6 months away, then do we have a problem? Well to your point defense. So I think we have Kirk Hartman with us. We just try to get him back. Yeah. Kirk, go ahead. No, I said the fetish price. The paying the price of credit and that clearly has helped both the bond market on the fixed income are in the equity market as well. I don't anticipate that that will change until later in the year s. I think it's pretty good sailing until then. But to your point, I think the worry is with all the dead in the world. The Fed balance sheet by by $3 trillion grouper bonds up by new issue in spite trillion dollars that at some point short term interest rates start to rise. Inflation comes in. And clearly that will you know, you worry that the Fed then we'll have to probably start to reverse course a lot earlier in my mind in the two years They were indicating that they're in a keep rates. Well, now we know that they want to let things run hot for a while. So I suppose it's the pace of increase. That's really the big issue here. If we see the yield on the 10, year inches way up to 1.5% of the market may not pay all that much heed. But if you pop over 2%, and you've got like numbers on inflation up around 3%, then that's a whole different story. Absolutely I look, I think that 1 50 to 1 75 next year is probable, especially by the end of the year. But I agree. I mean, I think it goes above 2%. The other thing to watch is the short end of the curve because a steeper yield curve. Per se isn't actually so bad. The problem now is that the Fed is borrowing short landing long and, as are a lot of areas, the Treasury as well and you know the worry of short term rates. Absolutely well here in the markets. We had a little bit of a correction this week. In some cases, a sharp correction for some of the high fliers like Palin, tear and Square and well, there's a whole bunch of them snowflake small caps generally the Russell 2000 and talking in some cases down 20% for some of these, So for those people who felt this market was running away from them, they've got a chance again. Does that attract some money? Or do you think people will go to the sort of larger, stable tech stocks? Well, small caps have done extremely well. Small capture down 40% there now 15 s so I think there are some opportunities there. I think you want to look for companies whether they're bigger, small that can maintain pricing power and so companies that have cloud capacity. Data integrity and okay security. The thought Kirkwood will continue on that theme in a moment. Kirk Hartman from.

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"prime minister boris johnson" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM

WCBM 680 AM

01:59 min | 1 year ago

"prime minister boris johnson" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM

"But as the contest gets closer, his advantage in the latest Fox News poll has shrunk to single digits. Michigan Congresswoman Debbie Dingell is warning Democrats against the complacency Some felt in 2016. I think a lot of people didn't believe that Donald Trump could win. A lot of people in Michigan must 90,000 people at the top with her ticket a blank last time. But I do feel in certain parts of the states with certain demographics six times the Congresswoman tails Fox News. The only poll that matters is the one on Election Day. The fight for the White House is one thing. The Senate is something else. Late Last week, Majority Leader Mitch McConnell said Republicans have a 50 50 chance of maintaining control of the chamber. Senator truck. Grassley of Iowa is a bit more optimistic Radio the same energy, albeit unpredictable, but it's three very number two what we saw in 2016. Iowa's junior senator, Joni Ernst, is in a tough re election fight against Democrat Theresa Greenfield. The battle against the Corona virus is being ramped up in Britain a month long locked in will take effect on Thursday as the UK surpasses one million confirmed covert 19. This is Prime Minister Boris Johnson says. At this rate, hospitals could be overrun within weeks, he argues. No responsible prime Minister could ignore those numbers. US. Cruise ships haven't seen the open Sea in sometime, but new guidance could get ships sailing again. Cruise ships will have to test all passengers and crew for Cove it at the beginning and end of all voyages and trips are limited to seven days. Also, operators will have to construct testing labs on board and have a range. Mints for quarantining passengers on shore faxes. Roger Stern. I'm Camp Crusoe. Fox News. A wet, gusty start to the month of November. With appeared showers today.

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"prime minister boris johnson" Discussed on KNST AM 790

KNST AM 790

01:52 min | 1 year ago

"prime minister boris johnson" Discussed on KNST AM 790

"It's not about you on Lisa Brady Fox News. That's the message. Health officials are still trying to get across about all of the safety rules aimed at preventing the spread of Corona virus. You're interested on Lee, an individual help. You're putting yourself in somewhat of a vacuum, which means if it licks me, affects me bothers me. I worry about if it doesn't who care, Dr Anthony found she and a virtual forum hosted by Johns Hopkins, which shows the U. S about to hit eight million confirmed cases of covert, with a daily increase not seen in months over 60,000. Cases rise in most states. Former New Jersey Governor Chris Christie, who was hospitalized for a week with covert recently is urging people to wear masks and says he was wrong not to wear one at a White House event. And while prepping the president before a debate Europe maybe suffering through a second wave of Fox's Simon Owen is live in London. Lisa case numbers are rising across Europe. Italy just reported 10,000 new infections in a day for the first time in the pandemic here in Britain, targeted restrictions for London come into effect tonight. It's not another sweeping locked down, but Prime Minister Boris Johnson isn't truly one out, you know dot the government stands ready to apply Those measures assumes we think that they're necessary. Meanwhile in France, a curfew in Paris and other cities begins this weekend. Simon a false alarm in the NFL. So the Indianapolis Colts have just reopened their practice facility, which had been shut down this morning team but announced that several members of the organization tested positive for covert 19 and they would continue testing late this morning. The Colts found out that the four people who had tested positive one player and three staff members return negative tests the second time around boxes Jared Max, the Falcons also reopening their facility A day after reporting a positive test..

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"prime minister boris johnson" Discussed on KSFO-AM

KSFO-AM

02:01 min | 2 years ago

"prime minister boris johnson" Discussed on KSFO-AM

"The crown of iris and it's assuming there's no spike in cases he believed masks and social distancing help but the only way to successfully suppressed the virus is with vigorous testing and tracing programs fox's Lilian Wu president trump says he wants a strong police but fair law enforcement as well I want to see really compassionate with strong law enforcement police force law enforcement in an exclusive interview with fox's Harris Faulkner the president also supported banning the use of chokeholds authorities in the UK are taking precautions for weekend demonstrations pretend boarding up a statue of wartime prime minister Winston Churchill over fears it could be vandalized in protests this weekend current prime minister Boris Johnson condemning protesters who targeted the statute in recent days that to me is both absurd and and rock Johnson calling Churchill a national hero but not a check he expressed some opinions that would be unacceptable today there's been a host of anti racism rallies here following the deaths of Joe truly did Minneapolis boxes Simon in the city of Jacksonville Florida will host president trump accepting the Republican nomination at August Republican National Convention the key event was moved after disagreements in North Carolina over crowd size in Charlotte amid coronavirus social distancing concerns America is listening to fox news if you've ever used a weed killer you have to hear this message I'm attorney Matt Morgan of Morgan Morgan recently one of our lawyers as part of a team that helped secure a verdict for couple who contracted cancer after using roundup if you were a farmer casual gardener or anyone else who is use weed killers you may not know that study suggests that life was saying the main ingredient in roundup may increase the risk of non Hodgkins lymphoma Monsanto allegedly was aware of the risks posed by roundup but failed to disclose them to the public if you or a loved one were diagnosed with non Hodgkins lymphoma.

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"prime minister boris johnson" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

04:04 min | 2 years ago

"prime minister boris johnson" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"Prime minister Boris Johnson has become an unlikely poster boy for France's far right leader is in the run up to local elections next month leading figures in the center right par see who knocks to the political side lines were not to the political side lies by the rise of president Emmanuel macron see him as the blueprint for success against populace Parsees in Europe well the far right leader marine le pen has drawn parallels between her room strategy the mass of the British prime minister are Paris correspondent Lucy Williamson reports and despite the the campaign videos Francis center Mike Republicans policy is getting used to losing elections ever since president micron swooped in and we shake French politics three years ago the question for France's conservatives has been the same how does a once grand quality of government find its way back into favor with voters usual believes Jensen because of the man whose provided them with the own says some field is Boris Johnson the CD on the mobile Peltier is number two in the Republican Party he told us they'd been watching Mister Johnson strategy with great interest over the past six months Jensen Boris Johnson on his party's Peiris because they pave the way for a right wing party that isn't a cold statistical keeper what was the right wing that for Boris Johnson speaks the hearts of the British people for us in future what parts of the fatal shooting of a under the new leader Kristin yeah called the policy is preparing for local elections next month off the bombing out of France's presidential race in the first round and then failing to win the even ten percent of the vote in last year's European poll the party is targeting new groups of working and middle class photos exactly what the British prime minister managed to do says Peltier when I'm done I predicament and Michael we have a manual micron who considers himself the president of the wealthy populist parties in extreme right and left to busy themselves with those at the bottom he secured the but seventy percent of French people in the middle don't feel represented national we stop positioning ourselves in relation to Mr McCollum on marine le pen the leaf and look at the Jews in the hop on this two Michael met them today not everyone is a fan every vote is a senior figure in the party he thinks Boris Johnson is a profoundly English leader and also good inspiration for fronts the tool simply zero he's unpredictable a sort of character resembles that of Donald Trump is very pragmatic issues you can change the pinion very quickly but maybe not that much conviction sure he's also one of those responsible for brexit which the people voted for bond folds foundations he lied to the people on a large scale school sucks I know he's not an expression like enough to to and if there are some colleagues in the party who look at his election win and think we should be more populous I would encourage them to think more carefully about that shop the call from the like most people what do you have a body well it's just so in French media has been debating whether Boris Johnson offers a useful vision not just for French conservatives but for the fall right policy of marine le pen said she says that Mister Johnson strategy of targeting former labor voters there is her own success in the old left wing areas around Calais the best in show new is an empty for the pens national rally policy in the region he spoke to us by phone from the campaign trail you need a strategic stake takes control of its borders its future what that's not right or left politics of sovereignty and politics of Boris Johnson has issued a politics we support yeah markets in Paris.

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"prime minister boris johnson" Discussed on News Radio 920 AM

News Radio 920 AM

03:46 min | 2 years ago

"prime minister boris johnson" Discussed on News Radio 920 AM

"Gonna get up to about thirty three under sunny skies but it's going to be brisk too so it's gonna feel colder than that thirty three degree reading this is like the movie groundhog day it's election day again in Britain as the prime minister rolls the dice pledging to deliver brexit joining us now from across the pond is fox's seminal one morning seven morning run yes to the cold wet day at which is why Britain does not normally have elections in the winter they haven't done Monday at this time to get in the next thirty five years but the prime minister Boris Johnson it was decided that it's time to gamble he doesn't have a strong hand in parliament said he called this election hoping to win a majority when the charges stating that Abel had to push through his plans for brexit long press by the planned the group to leave the European Union now I've been out of hiding station this morning and I spoke to one with any summed it up like this you get paid and I just turn the television off now that is a great cook up dog I'm just fed up with it what she said he was very taken the Boris Johnson Conservative Party because she wants the what that'll ever they get the brexit massive put to bed once and for all that the same side you don't have to go far to find people who don't like Boris Johnson and I've barriers leave it might might come by this morning heading Coles ally at at the food a monster ray said he'd go ego the size of the planet he does get it for himself he has no shortage of detractors and so what opinion polls have consistently put Johnson's party has recent days we've seen survey suggesting that the lead has that right so it could be a bit closer tonight and people have been expecting and I think the result is probably too close to call okay seminal one from fox news latest there thank you attorneys for Boston Marathon bombers occurs and I off we'll try to get his death penalty sentence overturned today they'll argue before a federal appeals court that he did not get a fair trial before he was convicted of murder and other charges in the two thousand thirteen attacked the attorney says the two thousand fifteen trial was unfair because the twelve jurors were exposed to on ending media coverage about the deadly incident they particularly point up to the trial staying in Boston too and they pointed out that Oklahoma city's bombers trial was moved to Colorado and I often his older brother played homemade bombs as we know near the finish line of the race killing three people injuring hundreds of others to Boston Marathon bomber tries to overturn his death penalty Israel is moving into uncharted territory with three national elections in less than a year is fox's Tom Rigali parliament is voted overwhelmingly in favor of the motion which would set elections for March second is the first of a three step process for parliament to break itself up less than three months after was voted into office since the September seventeenth election neither prime minister Benjamin Netanyahu Norris main rival former army chief petty gods have succeeded in building a governing coalition however Netanyahu has been indicted on corruption charges the political stalemate has paralyzed the government and undermine many citizens faith in the democratic process Tom Rigali fox news seven thirty nine now the house has passed a bipartisan bill that would create a path to citizenship for illegal immigrant farm workers house approved that bill on a vote of two sixty one sixty five with significant Republican support on Wednesday reforms in the bill have the potential to bring sweeping changes to an industry that relies heavily on illegal immigrants the bill now goes to the Senate where it faces a rather uncertain for HM seven forty on the nose let's get out there in the traffic center check things out with Jon Hamm was brought to us by Sylvania automotive.

"prime minister boris johnson" Discussed on 860AM The Answer

860AM The Answer

01:46 min | 3 years ago

"prime minister boris johnson" Discussed on 860AM The Answer

"Prime minister Boris Johnson trying to pressure the European Union into giving ground on brexit I stepping up preparations for the U. K. to leave the block in three months without a divorce deal as the government's new no deal crisis committee meets businesses warned that there is no way to prevent economic damage if Britain exits the twenty eight nation trading bloc without clarity about the nature of future relations China accusing the US of arrogance and selfishness as their president from purges the World Trade Organization stop allowing some countries more lenient treatment as developing economies a foreign ministry spokesman insisted Kanye needs to retain that special status to achieve real trade fairness Mr trump says he wants the WTO to prevent stronger economies from claiming developing countries status that status allows countries more time to open their economies under WTO rules town hall dot com another long weekend of protests in the streets of Hong Kong I see a black shirted protesters some with bright yellow helmets and loss but many would just back packs of March down a major street in central Hong Kong the latest rally in what has become a summer of protests that the March for a shorter rally at the park in the financial district against the police use of tear gas probably it's on all the force to break up a protest the previous Sunday on Saturday polished clashes between protesters and police that to to eleven arrests left at least two dozen injured in an outlying district towards the border with mainland China I'm Charles de Ledesma the Washington based electronic privacy information center filing a challenge to Facebook's five billion dollars settlement with the Federal.

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"prime minister boris johnson" Discussed on AP News

AP News

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"prime minister boris johnson" Discussed on AP News

"Prime minister Boris Johnson to avoid leaving the European Union without a deal warning able presents an existential threat to the sector the society of motor manufacturers and traders mentioned in the letter there's a new deal breaks it would result in huge tariff costs and disruption that would threaten production less than a Hundred Days before Britain should your withdrawal date the government doesn't have an approved agreement on the terms that will replace the forty five years of friction the straight the came with being an E. U. member Netflix will have a presence at the world's oldest Film Festival the seventy six the Venice Film Festival feature three Netflix productions alongside Hollywood titles among Venice's twenty one competition titles is the Netflix produced three Netflix productions alongside Hollywood titles among Venice's twenty one competition titles is the Netflix produced a Panama papers film of the laundromat directed by Steven Soderbergh and starring Meryl Streep and Antonio Banderas Netflix will also present no a bomb box marriage story the festival also features Hollywood productions like Todd Phillips the joker with Joaquin Phoenix in the comic book classic role as well as Brad Pitt in the sci fi space journey ad astra by James gray the festival begins August twenty eighth watermelons are set to replace piglets in an annual event celebrating agriculture at a California fair the cinema county fair has eliminated the pig scramble from farmers day the scramble featured kids chasing and trying to capture piglets weighing forty to sixty pounds this year's events will instead include elementary school children carrying watermelons slicked with vegetable oil around an obstacle course in a timed race the board president says the decision reflects a heightened awareness toward calls for humane treatment of farm animals.

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