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EU officials formally sign post-Brexit trade deal with UK
"This is Lou makers have been asked to approve a one thousand two hundred page brexit trade agreement in one day to beat immediacy deadline top European Union official signed the document not long before U. K. prime minister Boris Johnson urged U. K. legislators to back the deal in the heart of this bill is one of the biggest free trade agreements in the world as well as we discussed in this chamber many times Mr speaker a comprehensive Canada style deal worth over six hundred and sixty billion pas son will make his gripes about be given any five hours in parliament to scrutinize the deal that will mean profound changes for Britain's economy and society but it is highly likely to get the backing from the house of Commons what Johnson's concepto party has a large majority former prime minister Theresa may said it's not the deals he had hoped for we have a deal in trade which benefits the E. U.'s button also deal in services which would have benefited the U. K. Karen Thomas London
UK's Brexit plans would 'break international law,' minister admits
"The British minister has conceded their plans to amend the Brexit withdrawal agreement would break international law. Brandon Lewis said legislation to be introduced on Wednesday would go against the treaty agreed with the U in a specific and limited way. Criticism also came from the former prime minister, Theresa May, who warned the government it was in danger of losing the trust of other countries. Rob Watson is in Westminster. She's not alone. All sorts of other British politicians and politicians from outside of the country is saying what on Earth is the U. K doing thinking of breaking international law, even the most minor way or threatening to do it? Because what does the U k stand for in the world? If nothing from the upholding of domestic law and international law, I should say that the counter arguments all of that from the Brexiteers camp is to say, Well, if the doesn't want to play nicely with us. Well, maybe we should just tear up the withdrawal agreement altogether.
Dissecting Trump's Twitter 'Diplomacy'
"Their Israeli for better unusually for worse no more enthusiastic proponent of twitter diplomacy in US President Donald Trump joining us now to dissect a representative few of trump's interestingly punctuated blurts. Is Brian Close political scientist. I author and Washington Post columnist by way of imbuing trump's tweets with a finesse. The ill deserve. They are read by foreign desk producer. You'll engulf on any and all grammatical infelicitous of the fault of the author not the narrator September fifteenth two thousand nineteen mystery missiles target. Saudi oilfields Saudi Arabia. Oil Supply was attacked. There's reason to believe that we know the culprit are locked and loaded depending on verification but are waiting to hear from the kingdom as to who they believe was the cause of this attack and under what terms we would proceed. This is amazing tweet because this is the second time that Donald Trump has issues locked and loaded. The first was when he was saying that he was about to attack North Korea. And it just shows you know the twitter diplomacy made on the fly where nobody believes what trump obsess anymore. You know that He. He is a saying who's behind the attack. People are questioning that and then you have. This claim that he's about to attack them which people again are questioning with good reason that his twitter threats are increasingly erratic and also unfounded and never backed up October. First two thousand seventeen reaching out to Kim Kim Jong UN being nasty Rotman hasn't worked in twenty five years. Why would it work now? Clinton failed. Bush failed and Obama failed. I won't fail. I love this tweet. For several reasons I is that he's has been nice to rocket man hasn't worked in twenty five years. Kim Jung took office in two thousand eleven. So penalized him when he was a child probably wasn't going to be a very fruitful way of conducting diplomacy anyway Clinton and Bush of course did not even deal with Kim Jong into any point and then the second layer of this of course is saying that being nice to him hasn't worked it won't work now. Well trump said that he was in love with Kim Jong Hoon after this tweet so I would classify that as being nice and then finally. I won't fail well. I mean what's happened. Since trump's multiple summits with Kim Jong is that Kim has gotten a massive boost international national profile and legitimacy by meeting with President without any preconditions and has simaltaneously ramped up the missile program and the nuclear capability which is the only point of involving involving Kim Jong UN and diplomacy so there are many many problems that tweets but my favorite one is the idea that trying to have diplomatic relations with a three year. Old Somehow didn't work. July thirtieth two thousand nineteen trade wars are good apparently and easy to win. China is doing very badly worst year in twenty seven was supposed supposed to start buying our agricultural product now no signs that they are doing so that is the problem with China they just don't come through. Our economy has become much much larger than the Chinese economy is last three years. Where do you start with the stuff of it? The idea that the US economy has eclipsed the Chinese economy in the last three years because because of trump is an amazing claim. And then the other thing. That's sort of unspoken this tweet but if you know trump's tweets really jumps out to you is the number of times that he contradicts himself so he constantly says things on twitter like China has just announced that they are going to be buying massive amounts of soybean from a great Patriot farmers and then a week or two who later. He has this tweet where he says. Effectively they're not actually doing it and then he'll come back and make the same claim again and so it's this sort of whiplash that twitter allows him to get away with because his base. Here's this they think okay China's now going to buy some soybeans well. The people in his twitter base are not the people who are actually selling soybeans. So they don't know if it's happened and they believe him and he can get away with it and this is where I think. Twitter diplomacy also bleeds into domestic politics. Where you end up having a lack lack of accountability because you can just shoot off a claim everybody moves on and then it's like it never happened when it's false? I think that the trade war stuff though is also indicative of how miscalculation can be very dangerous because China is actually reading these tweets trying to make not just sense of them but make policy based on them and they have no idea what it means. I mean it's riddled with Typos and grammatical errors. And then you know. They're they're scratching their their chins sort of saying will two weeks ago. He seemed to be happy with President. Then she now he's not and this causes again. Miscalculation which is I think the name of the game for twitter diplomacy July eighth two thousand nineteen some thoughts on Brexit and on the. UK's outgoing going. I'm blessed to the. US have been very critical about the way the UK and Prime Minister Theresa May Handle Brexit. What a mess? She and her representatives have created. I told her how it should be done but she decided to go another way. I didn't know the ambassador but he's not liked or well within the US we will no longer deal with him. The good news for the wonderful United Kingdom is that they will soon have a new prime minister. While I thoroughly enjoyed the magnificent state visit last month it was the queen who I was most impressed with so this tweet I think unveil some of the other problems with twitter when it comes to diplomacy and that is that statements of national importance is can be made without vetting. You know if there was actually communicate from the White House in the past this would have gone through a series of different advisors it would have been checked and the first instance in which trump trump tweeted about theresa. May He misspelled her name and accidentally tagged somebody with I believe one hundred sixty twitter followers. So you know. It's not exactly a crack team at the White House when it comes comes to twitter but then beyond this when he says she didn't go the way that I said what he's actually talking about according to the UK government is his suggestions that she sued the the European European Union as a way to solve brexit which his maybe it's ludicrous it's idiocy it's not going to work and then you have sort of the basic ignorance that comes out of these types of tweets. Were win actually. Trump arrives in the UK and gets pressed on various tweets though ask him questions and the followup about say is the NHS on the table the National Health Service on table in trade negotiations and he doesn't know what it is and this is again. You know this is the problem when you can make a statement you interfere in the affairs or politics of an allied country country and have no idea what. You're talking about October sixteenth two thousand eighteen taking Saudi Arabia's word for it just spoke with the Grand Prince of Saudi Arabia who totally denied any knowledge of what took place in their Turkish consulate. He was with Secretary of State. Mike Pompeo during the call and told me that he has already started and will rapidly. Expand fanned a full and complete investigation into this matter. Answers will be forthcoming shortly. This is of course about Jamal Kashogi who's a fellow columnists the Washington Post just before he was murdered and dismembered by the Saudi government which then led to a series of attempted cover ups by the Saudi government's with trump's help where he tried to sweep it under the rug. And and say you know they don't know anything about it and provide political cover to the Saudis and I think you know. This is the dark side of twitter where you can very quickly spread. What is clearly misinformation in pursuit of diplomatic relationship where trump clearly values for a variety of reasons whether it's strategic reasons or his financial conflicts of interest with the Saudi Kingdom? And you know a different president a pre twitter era first off would not have made the statement and secondly would have waited till the facts came out before staking the credibility of the White House on something something that was going to be very quickly debunked. I mean one of the famous examples during the Kashogi investigation was the idea that he had left the consulate. When the Saudis put a body double in clothes it was similar to Shoji's but forgot to change his shoes I mean it was amateur hour and for the US president in the White House to be affiliated with it because of such sporadic in a quick quick tweets was just embarrassing for the credibility of the United States August? Twenty of two thousand nine hundred an attempt at humor accompanied by a mockup of a trump trump casino on the Tundra. I promise not to do this degree land so this is a a photo shopped photo of trump property a trump hotel in greenland amongst a sort of sparse looking fishing village. And I think this is well is one of those moments where you have trump make a comment in the sort of real oh world right off off of cyberspace where he says. Maybe we'll buy greenland and then it sparks. This whole controversy of how Silva's claim is this proposal etc and and then he tries to make light of it as though it was a joke to begin with on twitter. But I think that this is also important in highlighting the risks of twitter in terms of photoshop or doctored images and trump did this with greenland as joke and there was obviously a joke. But there's other times where he's done and hasn't been a joke so he has sent tweets where they have basically doctored video video of Jim Acosta the CNN reporter who was temporarily banned from the White House looking more aggressive than he was because they speed it up his arm movement yeah right and this went throughout the conservative twitter sphere. Very very quickly. You can imagine something like that happening in diplomacy to. That's the big risk is that as deep technology for example fake videos that look very convincing or photo shopped images or any sort of disinformation campaign actually gets promoted by governments and by presidents presidents. That's where we answered very very dangerous territory and this type of stuff. I mean again when you think about the combination of Dr Video doctored images all being promoted by trump trump with no regard for the facts and the lack of credibility that he already has how much more dangerous it gets when you try to make sense of as a foreign diplomat Brian. Close thank you
Boris Johnson's Conservative Party wins majority in UK election
"The governing conservatives in Britain have been confirmed as the winners of the general election by a comfortable majority the opposition labor policy has lost sways of institutional Hartland and somebody's worst performance since before the second World War the prime minister Boris Johnson said he'd won a powerful new mandate to get breaks it down and unite the country the conservative MP and former prime minister Theresa may said many voters did not trust labour to deliver brexit paper well thanks with a very clear choice about whether or not they wanted to enjoy all the bricks it was delivered on state news that if a conservative majority government costs in the we would deliver brexit that was a very clear choice for lots of people this election was about insuring that we could dash over this deadlock in parliament and could actually get breaks it down and move on the US president Donald Trump has tweeted he congratulated Boris Johnson on his victory is in Britain and the United States would now be free to strike what he called a massive new trade deal on
Unionists in Northern Ireland Feel Betrayed by Brexit Deal
"Britain and the European Union has struck could you brexit deal with British prime minister Boris Johnson faces quite a struggle to get it through parliament this weekend in an extraordinary sitting where he's will have their say one of the government's key allies northern Ireland's Democratic Unionist Party has warned it will vote against the plan because in affected tools in U. customs border in the Irish Sea in the northern item we have a different status to the rest of the U. K. the more we can speak to the B. B. C. U. K. political correspondent rob Watson well we're gonna get into parliamentary mass shortly but first in what way is this different from former prime minister Theresa may still good morning James glowing group I'm good morning everyone well in many ways it is and I'm in about ninety percent of it is absolutely exactly the same but it differs in two key ways seven sons of the of the withdrawal agreement pots with the divorce but if you like the bit that's legally binding will become a treaty I mean that are essentially a Mister Johnson paid the price if you like for one single Hans Breck says with Northern Ireland I mean it's a brutal way of putting it but essentially under this Dale Norman island will have a different relationship with the European Union to the to the rest of the U. K. and a lot of calls is why the Democratic Unionist Party that Protestant possible come ons them in a second so fed up the second man which is differences and then the other bit which isn't legally binding the political decoration which looks forward to the future license ship off the divorce I mean that there it's clear again Mr Johnson once a much more distant relationship between the European Union and the U. K. right I I know everyone in parliament's will go along with that what's the matter saying right now well I was thinking when it when it was sitting here waiting for you to come three times I think about it look old James wants to know everybody listening as if I was going to happen in the vote was robe and then and then I can say I don't know and I'm just gonna go and pull my second Cup of tea of the day so looks what's what's your question I don't know it looks incredibly tight the BBC we have a unit down at Westminster of colleagues who who look at what every single am PS seven the last time I looked at that school that this way which was three hundred and seventeen votes for the government three hundred and twenty two against but obviously yeah Mr Johnson is going to be engaged in a and a massive operation of of charm persuasion arm twisting between now and sense the lunchtime charm persuasion on Tristen sure what about a some suggested bucket loads of cash heading towards an old an island in one form or another I'm not corruption I'm not suggesting that by any means but but things to sweeten the deal I mean I think that that certainly possible but but here's the thing the is back to where I started uniform was being brutal what is the price of Mister Johnson's breaks up and where is it different from what Mrs may sodomizing differed so much more himself inside it's Norman on and I mean Norman on and will be treated differently now if you are a member of the Democratic Unionist Party what is their raise all natural water they exist for is to preserve the union between Britain and Northern Ireland I mean that's that's what they're about that's what really floats their boat right and and so they think that any arrangement which makes Northern Ireland the province last close economically that's the rest of the U. K. that could be the beginning of the end time that could be the beginning of of Northern Ireland becoming closer to to Dublin and sets up so it's a Brussels so one suspects on such a matter of principle but of course I may be horribly wrong I think you know no matter how much money off of them it's it wouldn't do it well promotions being Harvey right so much things as I five a brexit we'll see if that streak continues and MPs in parliament this weekend for that crucial
Second official considering whistleblower complaint.
"Coming up on the knees second official will reportedly considering whistle blower complaint against trump immigrant rights group slam. US policy requiring migrant and health insurance and six elephants died trying to save each other. It's Saturday October five. I'm Anthony Davis A second intelligence. Intelligence official is reportedly considering filing a whistle blower complaints about Donald Trump's dealings with Ukraine as the Democrats impeachment investigation into to the president and his administration continues to escalate the US Secretary of state. Mike Pompeo also failed to me to subpoena deadline to to turn over documents related to the investigation as House Democrats broadened subpoena requests to the White House demanding documents after the executive branch ignored requests to provide them voluntarily the second official considering filing a whistleblower complaint about the president's dealings with Ukraine has more direct right to information about the events in question than the initial whistle blower and was interviewed by an intelligence watchdog to corroborate the first report the New York Times was reported citing anonymous sources elsewhere the Washington Post reported accounts of a number of trump calls with foreign leaders citing getting annonymous former White House official the paper said in one of his first calls with Russian President Vladimir Putin trump fawned over him and in a coal Cole with the former UK Prime Minister Theresa may trump questioned British intelligence conclusion. The Putin's government was behind an attempt to kill a former Russian spy on British soil with a nerve agent. The president has defended his open calls for foreign governments to investigate a political rival by repeating that there was no quid pro quo text messages between US diplomats and an assistant to Amir Zilenski released this week reveal this was not the understanding of US diplomats dealing with Ukraine immigrant rights advocates decried trump administration proclamation that requires people seeking entry to the US through certain visas to have health insurance or otherwise prove they can afford to pay for medical costs. Donald Trump issued the proclamation on Friday nights that said the administration would holt entry for migrants who financially burdened heard in the United States healthcare system and argued it would save the country money. The policy would require migrant approve to a consular officer that they have met the requirements. The immigrant advocacy group United we dream called it an economic and racist attack. Health Insurance is hard enough for immigrants since to access in this country. It's hard enough for citizens to our healthcare system shot and the trump administration knows this. This is another economic can racist attack on a community who deserves healthcare in the first place the group wrote the refugee and Immigrant Center for Education and Legal Services in in a tweet pointed out to the high cost of detaining migrants tonight. This government has fifty two thousand people locked up in immigration detention centres. This can cost up to seven hundred seventy five dollars a night per person. They said yes. These haters wants you to believe that immigrants taking tax dollars the only people taking taking tax dollars a private prisons and their donors Democratic lawmakers also condemned the proclamation trump his shamelessly targeting and punishing hushing low income immigrants and families trump's order will separate. US citizens from their legal immigrants spouses and loved ones trump's anti immigrant agenda has snow bounds and he's hurting American families. The Congressional Hispanic Caucus tweeted the White House said the proclamation will take effect on November third. This is the latest effort by the trump administration to lessen immigration. It's a sort to limit migrants entering the country both legally and illegally legally six elephants have fallen to their deaths in Thailand while trying to save each other from a notorious waterfall officials said the incident occurred after a baby elephants slipped over the waterfall in central Thailand. Cao The I national park to other elephants were also found struggling on a cliff edge nearby and have been moved by tile th authorities. The waterfall known Oh does hells for has a history of similar incidents. A herd of eight elephants died after falling in Nineteen ninety-two a case that brought national attention Thailand's Department of National Parks Wildlife and plant conservation said officials were called to the scene this morning at three. AM local time when a group of elephants was blocking the road by the waterfall three hours later the body of a three-year-old elephant was spotted near the base of the waterfall and five others were discovered nearby. The chief of the National Parks said that the two remaining elephants were being monitored the incident could also take an emotional toll elephants have been known to display display signs of grief around seven thousand Asian elephants remain in Thailand with more than half living in captivity You can subscribe to the news with your favorite podcast APP Oscar Smart Speaker or enable all the news as your Amazon Alexa Flash briefing skill follow us on twitter at the news underscore podcast. The news is an independent endon production covering politics inequality health and climate delivering honest verified and truthful World News daily.
UK, Boris Johnson And Tom Harwood discussed on Michael Medved
"The UK's Boris Johnson he is now installed we talked a hot Tom Harwood on the show yesterday and he gave us sort of a time line of what was gonna happen and that played out as expected today the prime minister in the outgoing prime minister Theresa may did one final round of the questions time which is a very entertaining thing if you were of opportunity to watch it on C. span I kind of enjoy it the sparring matches where they all gather in one room and ask each other questions and quipped back and forth at each other may was generally pretty good in those settings she did her final one today as is traditional and then the queen has to sort of give this is actually still what they do legally the queen gives her blessing to the new prime minister who is Boris Johnson let's listen to the now departed prime minister Theresa may saying farewell in cut forty four thank
Brian Johnson, Prime Minister And UK discussed on Sean Hannity
"Brian Johnson the new prime minister of the United Kingdom Johnson promised the people that the UK will exit from the European Union in ninety nine days outgoing prime minister Theresa may and Johnson formally visited Queen Elizabeth to pass the torch and received her majesty's blessing for Johnson to form a new government W. G. Y. news time coming up to five thirty for our next update at six I'm Jim gag Lee RD Sean Hannity show continues in less than three minutes
Boris Johnson prepares to enter Downing Street as Prime Minister
"Boris Johnson has been named the next prime minister of Britain the election which pitted him against the conservative party's foreign minister Jeremy hunt was the first time a parties membership directly chose the prime minister the membership of the Conservative Party represents just point one three percent of the British population it's wider older and obviously more conservative Johnson thanked outgoing prime minister Theresa may add a Conservative Party meeting in London today where his when was announced privilege to serve in the cabinet and to see the passion and determination that she brought to the many courses that are high legacy from equal pay for men and women to tackling the problems of mental health and racial discrimination in the criminal justice system thank you Teresa Boris Johnson vowed to bring a quote new spirit of can do to his party and promised to defeat labor leader and Jeremy Corbyn Corbin tweeted Boris Johnson has won the support and fewer than a hundred thousand on representative Conservative Party members by promising tax cuts for the richest presenting himself as the bankers friend and pushing for a damaging no deal brexit carbon tweeted president trump meanwhile congratulated Johnson and said he'll be great as prime minister this comes as the U. K. is facing mounting tensions with Iran foreign minister hunt recently announced plans to deploy a European led naval force in the strait of Hormuz following around seizure of a British oil tanker and what Britain is called an active state piracy Iranian state TV aired footage of the crew captured on board the steno imperil Monday that capture was done in retaliation for Britain capturing and Iranian oil tanker and holding it in
Britain, Prime Minister And Theresa discussed on WGN Nightside
"It's early Wednesday morning in Britain British prime minister Theresa may will step down today there as she scheduled a hand in her resignation to Queen Elizabeth the second at Buckingham Palace her successor former Foreign Secretary Boris Johnson with an officially become the new prime minister we'll hear from him outside ten Downing Street after the
Trump congratulates Boris Johnson: 'He will be great' prime minister
"Land president trump congratulating former London mayor Boris Johnson of becoming the next prime minister of Britain from took to Twitter this morning after Johnson's election as leader of the Conservative Party predicting he will be great chance in the lecture means they'll now have to face the same challenges outgoing prime minister Theresa may fail to resolve that is managing Britain's exit from the
Theresa May to chair emergency security session on UK tanker seized by Iran
"British prime minister Theresa may chairing emergency security session on how to respond to the Iranian seizure of our British tanker in the strait of hormones correspondent Matthew chance says that the authorities have looked at video released on the CD fast naval patrol boats surrounding the British flag stand a impero before supported by masks troops from a helicopter hovering above its deck Iran says the tanker violated navigation
Voting closing in race to become UK's new prime minister
"Voting closes today in the race to succeed British prime minister Theresa may who is resigning NPR's Joanna could kisses reports from London the new prime minister must deal with brexit and a growing crisis with Iran members of Britain's ruling Tory party have until today to return their ballots selecting a new leader who will be prime minister the winner will be announced tomorrow in installed in office on Wednesday the favorite is Boris Johnson a former Foreign Secretary in London mayor he's seen as brash and unpredictable and as a chief architect of brexit he's vowed to get the U. K. out of the European Union by October thirty first no matter what Johnson is facing off against current foreign secretary Jeremy hunt who could delay breaks and if it means a better deal for the U. K. since Friday hot has been managing a growing crisis with Iran which sees the British flag oil tanker in the strait of Hormuz Joanna cake is ascend P. R. news
Unspeakable truths: Britains US ambassador
"But first <music> inept uniquely dysfunctional diplomatically clumsy incoherent and chaotic policy these FRANKEN assessments of the trump administration from Britain's ambassador to America circum Derek. We're never intended to see the light of day but over the weekend a mysterious leak of diplomatic cables put them at center stage yesterday circum- resigned in Britain's parliament there was a rare moment of agreement between Prime Minister Theresa May and the opposition edition leader Jeremy Corbyn this morning. I have spoken to Kim Derek. I have told him that it is a matter of great regret that he has felt it necessary to leave his position. I think the comments made about Tim beyond unfair and wrong I think he's given honorable and good service and he should be thanked for it. Never one to let a slight go unanswered president. Donald Trump lashed out against the ambassador calling him among other things a very stupid guy. Many British politicians had fallen behind circum highly respected diplomat saying that the very purpose of ambassadors is to share candid views from abroad but one person who notably avoided full-throated support was Boris Johnson the favourite to become prime minister two weeks time I look I I just I just heard that Kim Derek reside that I wanted to say that I regret that you might use its Rome drag dragged into the into the political arena. This is more than a mere diplomatic spat it sheds light on the changing nature of the special relationship between Britain and America a relationship. That's particularly strategic as the handwringing over brexit continues continues it is very embarrassing rupture in the relationship. Duncan Robinson is our political correspondent these comments that are normally
Theresa May stands by Ambassador Kim Darroch after leaked cables bash Trump
"British prime minister Theresa may has backed her ambassador to the U. S. after president trop cut off contact with in following the leak of diplomatic cables brand of the US administration as in that may have stood by Kim Derek the controversy over the release of diplomatic cables the mentioned the trump administration the ambassadors forthright views have created openness between the two countries who often celebrate having a special relationship as if to underscore the stub Derek found himself on invited to a White House dinner held in honor of the man of god to on Monday while British officials hunt for the culprits behind the league senior Conservative Party figure and former Foreign Secretary William Hague said the government was right the back of Derek tells of this
Trump lashes out at Britain's ambassador for a second day
"A fan the president lashed out for a second day of Britain's ambassador to the U. S. describing him as wacky and a pompous fool and blaming prime minister Theresa may for disastrous brexit outcome because she didn't follow his advice on what to do this after an embarrassing leak of the ambassadors emails sharply critical of trump's administration British Foreign Secretary Jeremy hunt then fired another volley blasting trump's remarks about Britain's he was ambassador and its prime minister as disrespectful and wrong hunk tweeted the allies need to treat each other with
Leaked British Cables Critical of Trump Lead to Diplomatic Uproar
"Though the British ambassador to the United States who trashed the trump administration reports are that Sir Kim Darrick was disinvited as the diplomatic spat between the US and Britain he Tom British prime minister Theresa may has repeated her full support for the ambassador whose leaked emails called the trump White House inept and dysfunctional this even the president trump has now cut off contact with him and blasted her I think of of cooling tempers is now required former British Foreign Secretary William Hague a sentiment echoed by British diplomat Alan Charlton I mean this is not the first league this ever happened it's not the first time there's been controversy of the Donald Trump a search for the leaker is under
U.K. ambassador to U.S. criticizes Trump administration in leaked memos
"Donald Trump has announced that he will no longer deal with the U. K.'s ambassador in Washington second Derek following the leak of emails written by the diplomat which criticized the president's administration Mr trump also attacks the way that the British prime minister Theresa may handled brexit accusing her of ignoring his advice and creating a mess there's been no response from the British
"prime minister theresa" Discussed on WHAS 840 AM
"Prime Minister Theresa may taking part in a business roundtable at Saint James palace talks include working with Britain after Brexit. I think we'll have very substantial this next hour. The hold bilateral meetings. Demonstrators are also expected to be out today, protesting President Trump's policies. It follows last night's state dinner at Buckingham Palace ABC's Joey McFarland is in London was all about the pump today. It's politics as President Trump will be meeting trees may in donning street. Unjust down the road is whether crowds again to start together. He went Dr puff, but they'll suddenly try to make enough noise to ensure that, that presence is HUD, Jillian, McFaul, ABC news, London. The president exchanging Twitter barbs with London's mayors. Con. The mayor has authorized today's demonstrations, President Trump and first lady Milania later today will attend dinner tonight, hosted by Prince Charles and his wife, Camilla Michelle Franson, ABC news. Waterfront park officials face the metro council Monday is that agency looks at potential budget cuts. The park could see nearly three hundred thousand dollars in cuts under the mayor's proposed budget for the next fiscal year. Those proposed cuts come as the parks dealing with flooding from over the last two years. It also means phase four of project to expand the park to west of tenth street. We'll be on hold water from park, vice president Debra belitsky, unfortunately, that needs to kind of be paused until we're able to stabilize are operating funds. Metro council has until the end of June to vote on a budget Indiana University trustees promising a public hearing before vote to raise tuition. The school's board set to meet the safter noon, whether hear from students, and faculty members than will vote on a plan to raise tuition for in-state students by five percent over the next two years. You looking to raise tuition out of state students by six. Percent over that same time frame. An honor for an ex president at age ninety four. Former president, Jimmy Carter has been granted tenure at Emory University in Atlanta, Mr. Carter served as a university, distinguished professor for the past thirty seven years. Jimmy Carter will be the first tenured faculty member and Emory to get a Nobel prize. And I to have served as a US president. It comes as the former president, recuperates at home from hip replacement surgery in March, he became the longest living US president in history. Dave Schreiber ABC news. Your next news update coming at seven. I'm will Clark News Radio eight forty W. H AS Kentucky.
"prime minister theresa" Discussed on AP News
"Prime Minister Theresa may, is not scheduled to have a former long to one private meeting with President Donald Trump joined the American League state, visit to Britain, Downing Street, this is nothing unusual about these arrangements. The to date is will meet Tuesday at ten Downing Street alongside senior officials. I'm a little subtle prime minister, Winston, Churchill's, underground world will to headquarters the pump fill visit comes in the week, may, we'll step downs lead of the conservative party after failing to take Britain out of the EU as planned shells with nothing. A leading tech groups reversed it stands on Weiwei amid tensions between Beijing and Washington as AP correspondent, Charles de LA desma reports the institute of electrical and electronic engineers has backed away from barring Weiwei employees from some of its activities. The group made the announcement off the department of commerce, clarified its stance on the issue, which rose off the US put walkway on an entity list, effectively barring US, thumbs from selling its technology. Meanwhile, fresh data shows a widening fall out from the tech clash between the two because to conham is often China's parentally huge trade surpluses and his efforts to leap ahead in advanced technology. I'm charleston. Has. Radio news. I'm typically I've written screen, Elizabeth host President Trump and first lady Melania Trump at a state dinner, well commute. And MRs Trump to biking appendage, the seasoning,.
"prime minister theresa" Discussed on KDWN 720AM
"Prime Minister Theresa May's office just announced they will be quote, substantial bilateral discussions between the prime minister and the president farmers in the central US can't get a break from the weather rain and thunderstorms hitting portions of the planes, mid west, and southern states, this week, meteorologist, Allison Chinchar tells us that's not helping to drain those flooded fields, not just the Arkansas river, but a lot of river gauges that we have across the entire central US, or at or above flood stage, some cresting today, some not for a few more days, and that's a problem. Because when you look at the forecast, yes, we are expecting more rain, vigil last night for the twelve killed in the Virginia Beach shooting. A local rabbi said the city quote lost. It's beautiful, but also blinding innocence Golden State Warriors, holding off the Toronto. Raptors one zero nine to one zero four game two of the NBA finals. I'm Michael Toscano. Make a healthy choice about the air. You breathe start with a wave. Smart ventilation unit to expel the polluted damp air from your basement had call space, then at upstairs hospital grade, six day Jair purifier, which includes a Heff Ilgar into powerful dual UV system. Stop worrying about mold odors, raid on carbon monoxide chemicals in hundreds of other pollutants that are trapped in your home. Visit dryhome one two three dot com and learn how to make your home, healthier and fresher, all year round. That's dryhome one two three dot com. Have you heard about Newsmax TV? It's America's fastest growing cable news channel in seventy million homes, every minute every day watch Newsmax for breaking news on President Trump, plus, get insights from Bill.
"prime minister theresa" Discussed on News-Talk 1400 The Patriot
"Four six eight that's eight hundred eight to nine eight four six eight nine. The big question the big question of the hour you have delivered again. And again, and again, you are the citizen politician. But what now is the will of the elites to block the people's will broken is Boris to be trusted if he becomes the prime minister what next natural for us. Okay. Well within twenty four hours at the election, taking place, the isolate. But he's Prime Minister Theresa may. It was very good, because she just wasn't very good at simple as we now have a need to ship. Call them test for the conservative party that are ten candidates in the Ray, who other way becomes the next prime minister Boris is the favorite bop. Awesome problems of hours. He is likable. He is he's entertaining. He's all about his traits. However, he he's better that cold is he often says, I'm against something. And then because policy discipline for it. This is some of you who Makoni some of you, you keep colleagues, have very bluntly said, he's not to be trusted on Brexit. Well, I'm afraid there is some truth. Boris Boris came very late to the exit cold. He was really five minutes to midnight when he got involved. I big get involved, but he doesn't appear to get free blacks. I will say worry what actually decisive? He's intellectual he writes, good books and gives amputating tweet just say, his well, we are a month. The right. That was probably, but trial the can kick down. Title bout, Halloween. Today. Keep saying trick all three. To see what happens, but not the day, which is the. This conservative, governments a neighbor opposition in the house of Commons in western stuff. If we do not leave now on that date, in a way that was then bulls what the exit bases wanted namely that we have no fallen polls kind of want to do not paying masses financial contributions tend to European and all the rest of it. We don't leave on that date, and all of those things, then I won't have something to say about it today. Lost week. I did I shock to these visions? You know, it's the conservatives wants result since eighteen fifty two. This was result. I mean why else, for example, traditionally later areas? Beat them bond mile. They want every elections. Nigerian cane. So I did it a seismic shock to the establishment. If anything Brexit, Halloween, all will then contest, the next national general election against them would be intention of sweeping on the side and taking power in the country, so that we can do the Brexit. It's as simple as that. There is a smattering of tra- chilliness about this man. He never gives up. He never gives in you heard it here on America first. That's why he is absolutely cut from the same cloth as Iran president. We really hope you will be meeting with Donald Trump when he comes to the UK. I'll have words with my old buddies in the White House. Nigel congratulations.
"prime minister theresa" Discussed on AP News
"British Prime Minister Theresa may says she's stepping down over failed Brexit negotiations AP's, Charles de LA desma reports the race is now on for contenders. Looking to take her place, as voice broke, she announced she will step down as conservative party on June seven sparking a contest to become within the next prime minister, I will show leaves the job that it is being the owner of my life to hold the second female prime minister, but certainly not the lost. I do so with no ill-will, but with enormous and enduring gratitude to have had the opportunity to serve the country. I love may said she will continue as prime minister while conservative leadership contest takes place. Charles to the desma London. Indian prime minister Narendra Modi met with leaders of his Hindu nationalist, Bharatiya Janata Party Friday after his victory in national elections, Mody met with his outgoing cabinet as part of a series of post-election formalities before it can be sworn in as India's. New prime minister the election commission announced the BJP one three hundred three out of five hundred twenty five seats in the lower house of parliament after the official vote count finished Friday. That's well beyond the simple majority party in India needs to form a government. More troops to Iran. I'm Jacky Quin with an AP news minute, President Trump announced fifteen hundred more US troops are heading to the Persian Gulf region to monitor Iran's activity Iran.
"prime minister theresa" Discussed on AM 970 The Answer
"British Prime Minister Theresa may calls. It quits, I will resign as leader of the conservative and Unionist Party on Friday, the seventh of June so that a successor can be chosen making the announcement a short time ago outside number ten Downing Street is and will always remain a matter of deep regrets, me that I have not been able to deliver Brexit. It will be for my successor to seek a way forwards that honors the result of the referendum, bay will stay on as caretaker, prime minister until the new leader is chosen that process likely to take several weeks. A new conservative leader would then become prime minister without the need for a general election now to North Korea or the foreign ministry is blaming the US for the collapse February's nuclear summit between President Trump and North Korean dictator Kim Jong UN. Yong Yang says nuclear talks with the United States will never resume. Unless the Trump administration moves away from what the north describes as unilateral. Bands for disarmament. President Trump stepping up efforts to look into the origin of the Russia investigation in a White House statement spokeswoman Sarah Sanders says the president is delegating to attorney general William bar, the full and complete authority to declassify documents, relating to the Russia probe. Mr. Trump is also directing the US intelligence community too quickly and fully cooperate with bar as he looks into the origins of the multiyear probe of whether the two thousand sixteen campaign colluded with Russia. Greg, Clugston, Washington, Asian shares, mostly lower Friday as worries the standoff between the US and China over trade could worsen that put investors in a selling mood overseas. But on Wall Street this morning features pointing to a higher open right now, Dow futures up one hundred fifty points,.
"prime minister theresa" Discussed on WDTK The Patriot
"British Prime Minister Theresa may is offering to hold talks with the opposition labor party to try to push through a Brexit deal in an attempt to avoid a chaotic departure from the European Union. And just ten days really marks the points at which Theresa May has stopped trying to please the Brexit is in her own party. And indeed the Democratic Unionists who were propping up her government in power. And instead she has tacked to the center of research politics in the center of the Brexit debate. And that means that she's clearly prepared now to tear up some of her red lines and look at the possibility of Britain staying in the customs union and having some kind of alignment with single-market rules BBC correspondent Naomi grimly reporting. The as chief Brexit negotiator Michel Barnier has warned that a no deal. Brexit is likely because of Britain's political impact. That's President Trump is taking a wait and see approach on his threat to close the southern border. The president says he's ready to close the border. If necessary, but is holding off for now because Mexico has taken steps to address the flow of Central American migrants heading toward the US. I'm totally prepared to do. We're going to see what happens over the next few. You also acknowledges that closing the border would have a negative impact on the economy, but says security is more important. Greg Clugston, the White House a woman carrying Chinese passports and a device containing computer Mao where lied to secret service agents briefly gained admission to President Trump's mar a Lago club over the weekend during his Florida. Visit Eugene Zhong thirty to approach the secret service agent at a checkpoint outside the Palm Beach cleverly Saturday afternoon and said she was a member who wanted to use the pool a mixed day. On Wall Street is the Dow is down by seventy nine points. The NASDAQ rose twenty the SNP up a fraction..
"prime minister theresa" Discussed on KGO 810
"Prime Minister Theresa may has formally requested a delay to the country's departure from the European Union may says she's not looking for a delay. The last past the middle of the year, I will continue to work night and day to secure the support of my colleagues, the DUP and others for this deal. But I am not prepared to delay. Brexit any further than the thirtieth of June. The us says it will only agree to a delay if parliament approves May's divorce deal with the block, let's lawmakers have already rejected twice may says she's determined to try a third time. President Trump says he is looking forward to reading the Muller report and is calling for it to be released publicly. Here's correspondent Bob Costantini. Anticipation of the Muller report is high with aids saying the president is feeling the tension all the way to his helicopter, Mr. Trump urging its release while repeatedly saying Muller was never elected let it. Come out. Let people see it that's up to the attorney general. We have a very good attorney general is a very highly respected that and we'll see what happens, but it's sort of interesting that a man out of the blue just writes, a report a report from Muller is required by law, though. It is not required to be made public attorney general William Barr says he'll make public whatever is in keeping with the law. Bob Costantini, the White House. Governor Gavin Newsom in California's big city mayors are pushing for more money to help the homeless that's on top of the five hundred million dollars. The state already is spending on the issue. But they're getting pushback from assembly budget committee, chairman, Phil ting. He's saw the money last year and says he can't promise even that amount. Let alone an expansion in next year's budget. A Santa Rosa man is taking revenge on the anonymous neighbor who complained to officials about his tall fence Jason wing does stage a garden party of naked mannequins is at four fashion dummies and wicker chairs around a matching table and plays a fifth one standing. With their arms overhead and modesty shamrocks over her breasts a hand scrawled assign on top of the wooden barrel. Reads reserve seat for the nosy neighbor that complained about my fence to the city,.
"prime minister theresa" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York
"Says it has occurred a deal on Brexit. Adventurous global news and the Bloomberg nine sixty San Francisco newsroom looks like some progress. Made. That's still a big question over the vote on Tuesday. Right. Yeah. Is this the teaser is this the real thing this time, Kathleen? Clean. The prime minister says that it overcomes. A major stumbling block actually several of them. Now UK Prime Minister Theresa may flew to Trump's Berg for last-minute talks with John Claude euchre the president of the European Commission. She says this agreement makes very important changes on the UK solemn commitments in the bell, south screw Friday agreement. Did we ever have to use that insurance policy? It's kind of become a permanent arrangement, and it is not the template frost future relationship. On in January was not strong enough in making that clear and binding changes we needed to search. That's right. And she says she's gotten a Mr. younger saying will be no further negotiation says he is very concerned about peace for Ireland says it adds additional reassurances for the UK says Brexit, we'll have to happen by may twenty third. So as Kathleen alludes there too. There is a vote scheduled for tomorrow. But there's already some dissent from actually even from within her party, Indonesia and China have grounded the Boeing seven thirty-seven max in the US a different story. The FAA issuing continued airworthiness certification with changes and training by April focusing on training. Manuals farmer FAA administrator Randy Babbitt says he FAA is very familiar with the max aircraft was certified it went through extensive testing. Extremely wide expansion of the flight envelope to to make sure the stable recoverable. Flight says systems can be disarmed and used differently. Meanwhile, Bloomberg's out on Levin says investigators will focus on similarities to the Indonesian lion. Aircrash reason it's interesting here is that the plane in in outside of Addis Ababa did have some unusual dissents shortly after takeoff. This. Say very unusual. Now, we don't know if it's related it's way too early to say and AeroMexico also today is cleared and expressed confidence in its fleet of max US special envoy to North Korea. Stephen vegan says the administration wants to make it perfectly clear that North Korea must rid itself of nuclear weapons before the US will make any concessions. He says sanctions relief for all elements of the nuclear program. White House spokeswoman, Sarah Sanders. Meanwhile, discounting reports that China finds Donald Trump not trustworthy after he walked away from the table with Kim Jong UN in Hanoi. We'll see what happens with North Korea the same way we're gonna see what happens in the negotiations with China. They're ongoing and the president's gonna make sure whatever deal we get is in our best interest. Now house speaker Nancy Pelosi has said today she opposes impeaching President Donald Trump. She says impeachment is so divisive. And he's just not worth it. She says she may get some dissent though, from whether own party and congressman John Yarmuth of. Kentucky says this isn't about comfort. I don't think it can be a political decision political.
"prime minister theresa" Discussed on 860AM The Answer
"Prime Minister Theresa may is under pressure to delay. The country's departure from the EU after she'd postponed the plan further vote in parliament on our Brexit deal with the block Theresa May's holding meetings with EU, you leaders at an e you are oblique summit in Egypt as she seeks apparently allusive changes to the U K E U divorce agreement. Now, the prime minister says a new vote votes beheld this week in parliament and could come as they just March twelve may wants more time to change the deal to reassure lawmakers. A contentious close on the Northern Ireland backstop would only apply temporarily. But he you leaders insist this can't be reopened. I'm charles. That's my Google's plan to build a six hundred million dollar wind power data center in central Minnesota may hinge on the tech giant's request for officials to waive twenty years worth future taxes, Google, Sherburne county and the city of Becker for property tax breaks, but saving the company up to fifteen million dollars. More at townhall dot com. Shane shout. Shame..
"prime minister theresa" Discussed on KTLK 1130 AM
"Prime Minister Theresa May's Brexit plan if she can renegotiate parts of it with the European Union and narrow victory for the prime minister after nights in which MP's failed to take control of the Brexit process. Instead a majority voted for her to agree a new way to prevent heart border with Northern Ireland known as the fact stop insurance policy with support from her own party is versus Theresa May win in the Commons. Doesn't mean a win in Brussels, and the EU isn't on board with plans to reopen. The withdrawal agreements and change the backstop insurance policy despite a successful vote against an audio Brexit remained supporting MP's lost their bid to buy more time to renegotiate a many unconvinced that progress can be made Kate McCann's Sky News, the FBI has completed its probe of the two thousand seventeen Las Vegas concert massacre and reports it could find no motive for the attack that left fifty eight people dead. The only theory that the gunman may have been seeking. His own notoriety closing arguments begin today in the trial of accused drug kingpin, Joaquin El Chapo Guzman. In a New York City courtroom his defense team resting yesterday. After presenting only one witness in about thirty minutes of testimony, a conviction could bring Guzman decades in prison and online travel companies being sued for allegedly short changing workers on payday Expedia and their subsidiary agenda. LLC are accused of not paying overtime to hundreds of customer service workers Laurie crowds of Florida works from home projects. Yes. She says she and her colleagues are incorrectly classified as independent contractors, which allows a companies to bypass OT obligations crowd says they're working more than forty hours a week. And her attorney says that is against federal labor laws expedient and agenda say they won't comment on pending litigation. Ken Duffy, Fox News, Jack Callaghan. This is Fox News..
"prime minister theresa" Discussed on KCRW
"British Prime Minister Theresa may want a crucial victory in parliament today to go back to the European Union to renegotiate her Brexit deal. But as NPR's Frank Langfitt tells us the EU says changing the agreement is out of the question. Members of parliament gave the prime minister of boost saying they would backer deal if she could get the EU to change it may will now see concessions on the biggest sticking point the way to avoid a hard border on the island of Ireland May's current Brexit deal avoids that by keeping the UK and accustoms arranger with you until they can solve the problem, which may and many MP's fear the UK could be trapped in for years. The in the Irish government responded to May's parliamentary victory stating yet again, they would not reopen. The withdrawal agreement after having spent much of the last two years negotiating it. Frank Langfitt, NPR news, the houses of parliament London on Capitol Hill. Congressional democratic leaders are asking Georgia Democrat Stacy. To give the party's official response next week to President Trump state of the union address as NPR's. Susan Davis tells us Democrats are looking to energize their base of supporters ahead of the twenty twenty elections. Senate minority leader Chuck Schumer told reporters that he and speaker Nancy Pelosi reached out to Stacey Abrams three weeks ago to ask her to give the democratic response. Now, I was very delighted when she agreed. And she is just a great spokesperson. She's an incredible leader Abrahams. Nearly lost the two thousand eighteen race for Georgia governor, but she is widely viewed as a rising star in democratic politics. She is the first black woman to be a major party's nominee for governor. She's widely expected to run for office again, Democrats, according to run for the Senate in twenty twenty the state of the union and the rebuttal take place February fifth. Susan davis. NPR news, the capitol stocks finished mixed on Wall Street tech shares dipped ahead of Apple's quarterly report. The fed is widely expected to leave interest rates unchanged on Wednesday. You're listening to NPR news. And you're listening to KCRW news at four thirty two on Steve shiitake is here's what you need to know. Right now will he or won't he Los Angeles. Mayor Eric Garcetti is set to hold a news conference in about half an hour at L A city hall, and he's weighing whether he'll run for president in twenty twenty. There are signs that he will not for one this afternoon. Politico is reporting the Garcetti will say he is not running number two. He is giving the announcement at city hall where he has been reluctant to make any campaign announcements about a prospect for president. The announcement comes the same day that the LA unified school board officially approved a labor agreement with the teachers union deal. The Garcetti said he helped broker and just yesterday the mayor joined the LAPD chief and unveiling police data showing the crime was down across the board in all categories. Now again that news conference coming up in about half an hour. KCRW's jenning Hamill is there. We'll have a live report coming up within the next hour on what the mayor will. Or will not do. The LA unified school board as I mentioned did vote unanimously today to approve that agreement that ended in the recent teacher strike a six day strike the deal at already been approved by the teacher's union. A majority of UT LA members voted to support it last week the seven number board for its part is now made it official and superintendent Austin buehner says both sides made sacrifices to get the deal done. The public education is now the topic of conversation every household in Los Angeles and the communities we serve let's build on that. And let's move forward. Have teachers are in line for a retroactive six percent. Raise a pay raise plus slightly reduced class sizes and more support staff, including nurses, and librarians. But the vote was more than just a formality. A couple of hours before the school board meeting county regulators who oversee school districts cast doubt on the tentative agreement the LA county office of education warning that the district's owned financial analysis shows the district will not be able to meet its end of the bargain, come twenty twenty school board member Nick Melvoin says that is concerning that the agreement is not sustainable on an ongoing. Basis it's up to us collectively to make it sustainable. He and other members say the district much join with teachers and seek more state funding to do. So meanwhile, outside headquarters, thousands of students, and parents and teachers from charter schools rallied against a related resolution calling for a moratorium on new charter schools in Los Angeles. It's worth thirty four KCRW sponsors include universal appliance and kitchen center, presenting the wow event, showcasing Jenn air appliances in studio city and Calabasas January thirty.
"prime minister theresa" Discussed on News Talk 1130 WISN
"England's Prime Minister Theresa may is locked up by Brexit talks. And French president Emmanuel Macron is skipping. The who's who because of the so-called yellow? Vest protests. A bit lost in the shuffle. Over the partial government shutdown a Bill introduced by House Democrats to increase the federal minimum wage. It's been stuck at seven twenty five an hour for a decade, something Vermont Senator Bernie Sanders. Calls a starvation wage, and that is why we are all here together say in this country. We're going to have a minimum wage, which is a living wage. Fifteen bucks an hour. But the new proposal would gradually get it to fifteen over five years through annual increases Virginia Democrat, Bobby Scott, argues raising the minimum is ultimately good for business and the economy at large when we put money in the pockets of American workers spend that money in their communities. So this Bill will stimulate the economy on mainstream twenty nine states in DC already have minimum wage is higher than the federal seven twenty five California and New York are already on faster tracks to fifteen an hour. Then this Bill proposes regulators in France, a Google's parent alphabet isn't transparent enough about its data collection? So it's finding the company fifty million euro or about fifty seven million US dollars. It's the biggest fine imposed so far under Europe's new internet privacy law, but it could be the first of many and the biggest beer makers are hoping posting calorie counts will help them fight off rising competition from craft beer starting next month. Anheuser-busch inbev we'll start publishing the calories in Bud Light. And by the end of next year. Miller Coors and other light beer makers will put their. On the labels. Those beers tend to be far lower in calories than craft beers. But it remains to be seen whether the independent brewers will also post them and how many beer drinkers care more about their waistlines than their tastebuds. Consumer and business news. Joe McConnell NBC News Radio..
"prime minister theresa" Discussed on KOMO
"Powered by triple a roadside assistance. With the Lisa Jaffe, I'm Tom Glasgow. Jeremy grater is at the editor's desk. Good have you with us this afternoon? A judge sentenced white former Chicago police officer Jason Van Dyke to nearly seven years in prison for the two thousand fourteen shooting death of black teenager Lochlann McDonald spokesperson for special counsel. Robert Muller says buzzfeed's a report alleging President Trump directed. Michael Cohen to lie to congress is quote, not accurate. British Prime Minister Theresa may both failed and succeeded this week as that nation's Brexit process to leave the European Union drags on ABC's. Tom rivers is based in London and spoke about it with Sherry Preston two and a half years ago. There was a referendum in the UK and by a margin of fifty two to forty eight. Then the prime Minister David Cameron, put it before the country. They said let let's get out of Europe. It was as simple if you will statement of that kind. And yes, since then the replacement Prime Minister Theresa May's been working on a plan after all of that time. And basically she has not worked with any other politicians from other parties you came up with this had to be submitted before parliament Tuesday night. It was it was defeated the worst defeat in modern British history. Scolding scolding rebuke to her efforts and that was four hundred thirty two to two zero two hundred eighteen members of her own party peeled off. And gave her the thumbs down the next day of vote of no confidence. She has survived that. But by a very very narrow margin. A lot of those politicians inter-party supported her not because they had a change of over twenty four hours. But because they're worried about a snap election, which many of them would lose their. Their jobs their positions, given the mood of the country. So that's where we are right now. She's back to formulating plan b a new plan to get out of Europe that may be acceptable to people in the UK and to the European Union. She has to submit the roadmap for that on Monday. And then a week later parliament gets to vote on it again give it the thumbs up or thumbs down very very dramatic events. Here. We'll see if she can somehow get the rest of the politicians from the various parties together to find some consensus. But boy that's going to be very very difficult and the clock to Sherry's ticking about seventy days left until this deadline approaches where a deal has to be struck. With brussels. Let's talk about the regular people on the streets. I would imagine. I mean, I I know that Brexit is is very different for people who are in London as opposed to those who are in the countryside and further out places much like it is in this country. What are people saying about this? Brexit' plan. What if they can't get it done? I mean, I know that everybody's saying oh my gosh. What are we going to do? But oh my gosh. What are you going to do? The problem is it's all long's a piece of string. There could be an extension of what's called article fifty. You could go back to the European Union because nothing is really really set in granite. You could say yes, the deadline's approaching. No. We haven't done our homework. We need a few months to work this out that would be a possibility. Also, the fact that the European Union says if you just want to revoke article fifty and say, you can stay in the club this bad two and a half years never happened. You're you're back in the European Union that could happen as well. We could if she's unsuccessful see a general election in the next few weeks. That's a possibility we could even see a second referendum putting it back to the country saying, yes what you did two and a half years ago. You said you wanted to leave. Well, now, this answer may be a different answer to that question. Let's put it out to the. Country. Do you want to stay in the European Union? Bead you want a clean break or see? Do you want? This kind of middle of the road fudge kind of compromise. And see see where it goes from there. Everything is froth though. All of these options are fraught with their own specific problems. Thanks again for all your hard work. Thanks, Sherry ABC, Sherry Preston. And Tom rivers TIME TO REVEAL the KOMO afternoon. Sound by life is winning in America. Once again. That's vice President Mike Pence. Today's March for life rally in Washington Pence told the crowd forty six years after Roe v. Wade became law the pro-life movement to strong. Hey, congrats to our winner blade Bolden. He gets a pair of tickets to friends the musical parody may fifth at the Neptune theatre and dinner for the lunchbox laboratory listen for the KOMO afternoon. Soundbite weekday afternoons at four forty on. Komo news. Komo news time four fifty. Here's your propel insurance money update. From ABC news Wall Street now stocks ended the week higher. The Dow closed up more than three hundred points on investor hopes the US in China can resolve their trade dispute. Tesla said it would cut thousands of jobs as it looks to rein in costs. Tesla also said it expected a lower fourth-quarter profit shares fell almost thirteen percent of Ford employees is suing the automaker for alleged sexual harassment. Deanna Johnson, a supervisor at the Dearborn truck plant accused a colleague of groping her and managers of acting inappropriately when she. Complain. No immediate response from Ford. Aaron katersky. ABC news money news at twenty and fifty past the hour and traffic still ahead problems in the south sound area. I'm a little teapot, short and stout. Here is my handle and here is my spout like this. When I get steamed up then I shout. Over.
"prime minister theresa" Discussed on KOMO
"The British Prime Minister Theresa may says now that she survived a no confidence vote today. She will sit down with party leaders for suggestions on a new divorce deal from the European Union. Theresa May remains an office not on the strength of her less than stellar leadership over Brexit. She's there simply because members of her party fear, a snap general election in which many of them would lose their jobs. The next move. The prime minister must now come back to parliament on Monday and deliver her plan B exit plan later in the week parliament will again, get devote on that new and improved roadmap. Tom rivers ABC news, London. Isis claims responsibility for an apparent suicide bombing where American troops were on routine patrol in Syria. US military confirms that four Americans were killed in a deadly blast. In man bitch to the US military service members one at DOD civilian and another a contractor three other US service members were injured in the suicide bomb blast. That is being claimed by it's believed that ten more Syrian civilians were killed. In the blast. It's the deadliest ISIS attack against the US troops in Syria since they arrived in late two thousand fifteen Louis Martinez. ABC news. The Pentagon attorney Donald Cochran says Justice has been served as former Tennessee teacher. Ted Cummins has been sentenced to twenty years in prison for running away with student. Elizabeth Thomas in two thousand seventeen joining a commune in the federal system. There's no parole. So the substantial majority of that's going to be behind bars in court Cummins took full responsibility, Michigan State University trustee. Joel Ferguson tells the Associated Press that members expect to get a letter of resignation from interim president John Engler today. Angler facing mounting backlash after telling an editorial board that victims of Dr Larry Nassar have been in the spotlight and are still enjoying the moment. Wall Street's major indexes finishing the day higher. Thanks to strong results from banks. The Dow gained one hundred forty two the s&p added six. You're listening to ABC news..
"prime minister theresa" Discussed on AM 1590 WCGO
"British Prime Minister Theresa may has suffered a stunning defeat of her Brexit plan to withdraw Britain from the European Union opposition leader, Jeremy Corbyn, seize the moment to call for a no confidence vote tomorrow. This house can get it on the share incompetence. This motion of no confidence in the government. Speaker of the house has spoken and the government will listen, no one knows what happens next if maybe we'll be forced out or whether Britain will renegotiate Brexit with the EU opening day for the confirmation hearings for attorney general nominee William bar. Senator Chris coons pressed bar about what he would do if the president asked him to fire Robert Muller, assuming there was no good 'cause assuming no good 'cause I would not. Carry out that instruction Barr says he supports Muller being able to finish his investigation and for congress and the public being able to see the findings when the report is completed. Federal judge has rejected a bid by a federal union to require the government pay workers who were forced to work during the partial government shutdown more from correspondent Pat piper, Mike it was requested by the national air traffic controllers association, saying they should be paid despite the shutdown. The ruling came from judge Richard Leon who also denied requests for temporary restraining order that would have allowed federal employees deemed essential to decide whether or not to even report to work that could've opened the door for federal workers to take other jobs to pay their bills. This is the twenty-fifth day of the shutdown Iowa. Congressman Steve king is among the house members to vote to disapprove his comments about white supremacy. Bobby rush, the only no vote he wants king.
"prime minister theresa" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York
"Thank you said. Prime Minister Theresa may have stepped up a battle to sway the parliament tobacco breaks at deal. She's promised more. Details of the plan in the coming days pointing to UK will be in unchartered territory. If will make us reject her plan in the next week speaking to the BBC, the Pam once again ruled out calling a snap election. Being clear with my colleagues. I was before Christmas with my colleagues the two things one. I'm not going to call a snap election. And Secondly that are not going to be leading the party into the twenty two general election. President Trump says he's now planning a barrier rather than a concrete wall on the Mexican border is also renewed his threat to invoke a national emergency as a way to circumvent congress. And he says that will depend on what happens in ongoing talks to end a partial government shutdown which is now into its third week. Kratz have already threatened a legal fight. If Trump tries to declare a national emergency things the president would be wide open to a court challenge. Sag where's the emergency? You have to establish that in order to do this. But beyond that, this would be a terrible use of department of defense dollars. The US national security adviser says American troops will leave Syria in a way that ensures Islamic state is defeated for good. Adding it they'll stay until Turkey. Agreed. Not to go off the Kurds John Bolton has been in Israel, offering a sure says on President Trump's plans last month, the US later announced he was pulling out of Syria and declared that the hottest group had been defeated. Goldman Sachs's contents oil price forecast for twenty nine. Now safe Brent averaging six hundred dollars fifty a barrel down from its previous forecast of seventy and w and cut WTI from sixty four fifty to fifty five fifty the Bank expects the market to now. Balance at a low marginal cost the elevated inventories shell production growth, we can demand expectations at an increase in low cost capacity. Global news twenty four hours a day on and talk on Twitter more than twenty seven hundred journalists and analysts in more than one hundred twenty countries rules. This is Bloomberg. He sat thanks. Let's get back to our top story. Then stocks across Asia.