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U.K. 'Actively Avoided' Investigating Russian Interference, Lawmakers Find
"Parliamentary report on Russian influence in the United Kingdom is out this morning. And it's bad, among other things that says the UK government actively avoided trying to figure out of Russia tried to influence the Brexit referendum for more. We've got NPR's London correspondent with US Frank Langfitt, who's looking at this high, Frank. Hey, Rachel. I mean, I said, it's bad. It's that that the British government would be intentionally trying to avoid figuring out the extent of Russian interference. I mean, what can you tell us? It's well, it's It's completely damning people here. Actually, we've been waiting for this report for months. And we thought we were going to find out if the Russians tried to influence the Brexit vote. The answer, in fact, was different and definitely it was more unsettling. Stuart Hosey is with the Scottish National Party is also in the parliament, and this is what he said today at a press conference. No one in government knew if Russia interfered in or sought to influence the referendum because they didn't know want to know the UK government of actively avoided looking for evidence that Russia interfered. Why, Frank? Why wouldn't anyone in the British government want to know this? That's actually really easy answer, and I think the answer is this. It would have undermined the Brexit referendum. Remember the biggest decision of the British people in decades? It's already changed the course of British history and the person who was front and center and that was a guy named Boris Johnson, who is now the prime minister. So if you say Russia interfered, then it could undermine this thing that has changed the course of British history. You can see why nobody certainly in the government wanted to mess with that. Ah Stewart, Hosey said No one would touch with a 10 foot pole and he went on and said this. This is in stark contrast. To the U. S response to reports of interference in the 2016 presidential elections, No matter how politically all quarter, potentially embarrassing there should have been an assessment of Russian interference in the referendum. They must now be one. Okay, So did this report find Russian influence anywhere in the British government? Yes, it absolutely did. One is the Scottish referendum. This was 2015 when Scotland was voting for independence. And the reason this is important is from the perspective of Russia. Vladimir Putin would want Scotland to leave the United Kingdom to weaken it. It's the same reason why we know that he wanted the Brexit vote to pass so that it would weaken the European Union. But another part and everybody kind of knows everybody knows this, Rachel, But another thing that that's mentioned here is that London is such a Place for money laundering, and this is a really good quote that I liked, frankly from the text. Russian influence in the UK is the new normal. Successive governments have welcomed the oligarchs and their money with open arms, providing them with the means of recycling illicit finance through the London laundromat. So how's the British government responding? Not much of anything, considering what this report says. You might expect something more robust. Dominic Robby's the Foreign secretary, he has has a boiler plate response so far, saying Russia must desist from these attacks. And that the UK has defend its country and democracy and values from such a hostile state. NPR's Frank Langfitt in London. Thanks, Frank. We appreciate it always breaks it
Boris Johnson mimics Trump playbook in clash with UK press
"Gone the British prime minister Boris Johnson with the Scottish National Party leader Ian black furred in the British house of Commons today during prime minister's questions euronews explains one of the charges from Ian black furred earlier this week the prime minister's communications staff reportedly barred some journalists from attending a briefing with David frost the government's lead brexit negotiator and remember you can hear the entire prime minister's questions each week in the house of Commons we replace them Sunday at nine PM eastern here on C. span
New UK government brings change and uncertainty
"Week's UK general election saw. Boris Johnson. Lead the Conservative Party to its biggest victory in over thirty years instantly the value of the pound and UK case stocks jumped now that election excitement has died down. We take a look at what to expect from the new government here to discuss this with me on George Polka political editor and Adam. Sampson had a foster. Let's start with brexit given them get brexit done John was the Tory campaign slogan will the UK believing the E. U. at the end of January. And what will that actually mean George. Well certainly expectation is that person will leave on the thirty first of January and the brexit done slogan Surf Bars Johnson extremely well in the campaign captured. I think the mood of the country that whether you're on the remain all the leave side of the debate. There was a bit of a sense that the three and a half years of Political Guinea since the referendum result how to redrawn an end and he's now gone native seat majority which squirrel allow him to deliver his withdrawal bill and to complete the first stage. And it's important to stress the first stage of Brexit on the thirty first of January then of course becomes much more uncomplicated and the real negotiation which is about the future relationship with future trading relationship between Britain and the EU and some people predict that will be even harder and potentially messier and the first part so when will Britain finally leave the EU. In that case well we legally leave on the thirty first of January but then the question is at at. What point do we leave the so-called transition period the standstill arrangement where effectively Britain remains part the same issue trading system under the European Court of Justice? And all the rest of it until a final final agreement is in place now. Boris Johnson has said this week that he will leave on the thirty first of December. Twenty twenty come. What May and indeed he's GonNa put legislation or claws into his withdrawal bill? The will make illegal him to seek an extension of the transition period beyond December. Twenty twenty now. Lots of people doubt whether a really serious trade deal negotiated in such a short space of time. I suspect if there is a trade deal in place by that point it will be very thin one mainly covering goods mainly covering things tariffs and quotas but not fully fledged future relationship that we've been promised and then the second question is if boss Johnson's determined have this new relationship in place on the first of January twenty twenty one. Is it practically possible to have all the systems in place including a new custom system. New checks new border posts a new immigration system potentially all within the space of twelve months. I think that makes an heroic assumption about the ability of white small businesses to make that kind of big adaptations short space of time. And could this also be a rocky time for British unity. The SMP in Scotland is pushing for a second referendum on Scottish independence and Northern Ireland's highlands position could become more precarious as it becomes the border between the EU and the UK. Will indeed. I mean that's one of the ironies of this whole brexit process. Assessed that in taking out of the European Union is Boris Johnson unst itching the United Kingdom of course Scotland and Northern Ireland both very strongly to remain part of the European Union. The fact that there's a resentment north of the border in Scotland about Brexit has created a situation where forty eighth out of the fifty nine seats in Scotland went to the Scottish National Party which wants a second independence referendum in Scotland. Boris Johnson said no so far. But it doesn't take that much. Imagination to concede that Scotland could become a bit like Catalonia with with a grievance festering people demanding the right to have another say on their future and in the case of Northern Ireland. Is You mentioned. Schoener the deal that Boris Johnson struck will leave Northern Ireland effectively within the economic space of the European Union in the customs union but name and the single market therefore the border between the mainland of Great Britain and Northern Island. For the first time and again you know people in Northern Ireland we'll be looking to Dublin or Brussels to protect their interests. SARS the economy's concerned rather than London. It's obvious obvious. That's unraveling the unions certain extent. Boris Johnson calls himself the Minister of the Union that so tightly gave himself after became prime minister. But that's going to be a big job for him and number ten to try to keep the Union of the UK together. Also the same even European Union now the conservative manifesto sketched out plans for constitutional institutional change. So what differences. Can we expect to see well a slightly strange page forty eight which is quite slight infamy in In politics where it talks about a whole range of constitutional changes whether it's the future of the House of Lords or the relationship between parliament and the Supreme Court which of of course famously became very heavily involved in British politics in the autumn and stop Boris Johnson closing down parliament's at a crucial moment in the brexit process. So there's lots of unspoken unspoken intent there about doing something about changing the system. If you like and Boris Johnson's chief advisor Dominic Cummings is basically a revolutionary who thinks the British. The system is bust. He thinks that the Brexit vote illustrated the distance that a grown up between many parts of the UK left behind person if you like 'em the elites that run the country whether it's in the media or the courts or the politicians and he wants to turn it on its head now part gets in. This mission is an open question. That's going to be a review of constitutional setup up in the country which will take at least a year. It'll be interesting to see how far postal prepared to go down that route. But certainly there's a real energy and almost revolutionary zeal about the people around Boris Johnson number ten and within government. A new business department and changes to foreign aid are on the cards. What are these going to look like well? That's the other thing that's Dominic Cummings. Mister Johnson's advisor wants to do. He previously worked as an adviser in whites-only thinks that basically the British civil services Pretty hopeless he thinks they they tolerate failure. There's lots of blame passing no reward for imaginative thinking and he wants to turn the British system on its head as well and one of the things that traditionally percents proud of his value has a permanent civil service which carries on doing the job. Even when there's a change of government very different of course to the American system where you have a complete sea change in Washington every four years potentially but Dominic Cummings said in the past. He thinks that's civil. Servants should be fight if they do about Joplin generally for life at the moment and he's also talking about a a big change in the number of government departments. So you mentioned that two of the most interesting ones. One is the idea of folding into the Foreign Office the Department of International Development which has a very big budget thirteen in billion pounds burst Johnson. Things could be better deployed inside. The Foreign Office is part of a wider global Britain foreign policy and business policy on the other one is the idea of turning the business department much bigger department covering international trade for example almost like a department of economic affairs pushing this agenda. That boss Johnson has trying finds a push wealth out of the prosper southeast of the UK out to the North and the Midlands. Now if I can turn to you Adam how has the business community reacted into this conservative. Victory sure so business. Confidence was very very subdued for a while for a year and a half in the run-up to this election over brexit over the gridlock. So I I think. The community breathed a collective sigh of relief. I least that Boris Johnson has a decisive victory. He has a majority he can push things through a lot of business. Leaders leaders reason the phrase clarity on policy that kind of thing it also averts a no deal outcome at least in the short term over the next several months. I think that was all seen as as a positive however I think there are many longer term doubts as far as what this is going to look like George. You mentioned earlier that it's very unclear as to whether there's going to be another cliff edge brexit in in a few months from now so I think well people are cautiously optimistic in the business community at the moment. There's a lot of doubts about what this looks like in the long run. So so what will the new government mean for business. Can we expect to see a tidal wave of investment after Brexit as Boris Johnson has promised so kind of said there there may be a short-term boost in investment. That just been like you said pent up. You know in the months of gridlock and over brexit concerns and it may be that boost growth in the short run as well. Maybe over the next few quarters early next year but again there's a lot of doubt as to what exactly the economy looks like go into the end of next year whether we have a rerun of exactly this drama that we saw over the past few months taking place again and there's just the economic forecast is shrouded in doubt at the moment I would say and what has been the reaction to the election in the markets so the mercury actions been quite interesting sterling. Shot up more than two percent after the exit poll on Thursday. They night a really big rise for a currency like the pound. The next day you K- markets were up substantially especially domestic facing stock so homebuilders her certain banks companies. That were at risk of nationalization from Jeremy Corbin's plans but what we've seen after that is a significant fall back in the pound found in fact the pounds now given up all of its gains from after the election outcome over those doubts about what exactly brexit's going to look like and I think specifically this I did there may be a cliff. Edge Breaks Leumi now at the end of two thousand twenty and Just you know these persistent doubts about what Boris Johnson's political plans will be. We still have uncertainty going forward. It looks like it seems like there's deep uncertainty among investors and business executives. Well thanks George and thank you Adam and thank you for
Boris Johnson faces a country that is still divided but how does the future look?
"Simon British prime minister Boris Johnsons Conservative Party swept the elections this week in the UK Johnson now says he has a powerful mandate to get brexit done the terms on which Britain leave the European Union are still uncertain the prime minister faces a country that is still divided them pulling at it seems we tornado in Paris Frank Lange fit in London Frank thanks so much for being with us Hey good morning Scott prime minister Johnson party when the biggest majority for conservative governments and Margaret Thatcher what does that mean immediately for brexit overseas right press is going to happen in fact he will happen very soon he didn't have the votes before that's why he called the selection and he has a really big majority but as you point out the future isn't clear like what's this relationship going to be going for they're gonna have to work on a free trade deal and the interesting thing is I think a lot of people who wanted the you can stay inside the you are very disheartened by this huge majority the Boris Johnson got on the other hand it actually freeze of Boris Johnson to be able to maybe have a closer economic relationship with the E. U. going forward once they leave because he's not beholden to sort of the heart rate was party now anymore the ones who really don't like Europe and so I think it's gonna be really interesting to see Scott is what kind of future Boris Johnson forges now that he has this political freedom he have to negotiate this trade deal with the E. U. N. has extremely time yeah he said he's not going to ask for an extension so is in is there still a possibility of an ideal direction you know Wednesday I might have said that before this vote it's now that he has all these big numbers I actually think that he's gone back on things he's he's made these pledges and then going back on them I think that he probably has the political capital to extend again if he needs to and certainly if he wants a good complex and comprehensive deal he's going to need an extension the idea of doing this in eleven months with the European Union is nobody in Brussels believes that's possible so I I think that the cliff edge that we are expecting maybe at the end of next year he can probably work its way through and then there's the challenge of of what's going on in Scotland because of course the Scottish National Party ran the table did very well in the election on a platform of opposing breaks it and they're claiming their own mandate for a new referendum on Scottish statehood that's going to be a challenge to it's a big challenge and I think that what you're going to see is nickel sturgeon head of Scottish National Party asking for another referendum Boris Johnson has said under no circumstances and in order for that referendum to be real to actually have an effect here it has to be approved by the U. K. government ought to have that kind of referendum what I think is gonna be interesting as you go and get into twenty twenty one of the Scottish parliamentary elections and if the S. and P. does well then it's going to put a lot of pressure on Boris Johnson to continue to refuse this request from you know what look like from the Scottish people themselves if they keep voting in this direction the other thing though that's really interesting Scott as you look at the European Union you know the Scottish National Party says we we want to leave the U. K. and and rejoin the U. we never want to leave in the first place is the European Union gonna be willing to take a Scotland back it does not want to be encouraging countries breaking up so it's very complicated in the next I think the next couple of years are going to be very important see what happens in Scotland for the future of the United Kingdom prime minister Johnson has vowed to get this all done by January thirty one twenty twenty is that possible yeah it's full steam ahead now now that he has this majority it's gonna be opposite of the paralysis that you know I've been talking about last he's got the numbers he's parlance gonna re open next week he's going to introduce his what has been a failed brexit withdrawal agreement up until this point and it should easily pass and I think everyone's expectation is at the end of January the U. K. is out of the U. and Paris Frank blanket thanks so
For Scotland and Northern Ireland, a Weakening of Ties
"There is Scotland and Northern Ireland places that did not want brexit. Will all of this renew calls for a referendum on Scottish independence. What does this really mean for unity? Well that's a very good point that the UK voted fifty two to forty eight to leave the European Union but the constituent parts of the United Kingdom notably Scotland Northern Ireland voted more or less sixty or sixty five sixty forty sixty five thirty five knots to leave and so to the United Kingdom threatens to become deeply this United Kingdom. You saw that last night and maybe remarkable for your listeners. Out of the fifty nine seats in Scotland Oakland at the Westminster Parliament fifty. Five of them were one by the Scottish National Party which is of course an independence supporting party and so the demand for Scottish independence is going to grow and what you see is a constitutional fight in which the Scottish members of parliament parliament from the Scottish National Party and the government which is the devolved assembly a bit like a stay of the closest equivalent America would be a state government but the Scottish government government which is elected to the devolved parliament in Scotland will be demanding a referendum whereas the Westminster Parliament and the UK government will be saying no. So you'll get to see real strange there and I suppose then it's also important that you mentioned Northern Ireland The hard won peace has been brokered a in large part because so many issues of identity and trade could be subsumed within a European identity. That's no longer possible. And so the the issue of how the mainland of the UK. The Great Britain trades with Northern Ireland. That is going to be a very toxic a source of attention. I fear the great dangerous that some of the worst of the troubles of the sixties and seventies comeback.
Labour Party leader Jeremy Corbyn says he won't lead party in another UK election but won't quit right away
"Prime minister. Boris Johnson has won a sweeping decisive and powerful majority of parliamentary seats. It's in a mandate to deliver brexit ballots tallied through the night affirmed that Johnson and his Conservative Party had achieved a smashing success. The largest wind for the Tories since Margaret Thatcher prevailed a third time in nineteen eighty seven. The opposition Labor Party suffered its worst defeat since the mid in nineteen thirties. Friday morning with just one constituency still to declare the Conservatives have won three hundred sixty four spots in the six hundred fifty seat parliament Labor's Labour's hard left leader. Jeremy Corbyn announced he will not lead his party in any future general election campaign but said he intends to stick around for a little while. During a period of reflection in transition Johnson the bombastic showman who led the campaign to leave the European Union back in June twenty sixteen referendum is now positioned to be the prime minister to see Britain set sail from Europe next month and dreams of a second referendum and of remaining being in the EU have been dashed president trump. Who made little effort to hide? His partiality toward Johnson during the election tweeted his congratulations. Johnson in the Conservatives ran as populists offering not only brexit but also spending surged for cops nurses schools in elder care. One of their strategies was to try to break breakthrough. What's called Labor's Red Wall of traditional support among the working class voters in faded industrial towns in England's north and Midland's? This strategy was a stunning success. The Tories won the town of Workington. For example WORKINGTON has been held by Labour without without a blip since nineteen eighteen voters. They're told our reporters they wanted brexit and they didn't trust Corbin Johnson this morning in his his victory speech specifically addressed voters who went conservative for the first time ever in this election. He promised he won't take their support for granted with the Conservatives primed to extend their rain from twenty ten and tell twenty twenty four assuming Johnson serves his full five-year term Labor is looking at years in the wilderness us. It was a grim night to the Anti Brexit Liberal Democrats whose leader Jo Swinson lost her seat to a candidate from the Scottish National Party. Thirty indeed nationalist party saw big gains in Scotland and Northern Ireland
Exit polls show Boris Johnson leading UK election
"An exit poll in Britain selection projects that prime minister Boris Johnsons Conservative Party will likely win a solid majority of seats in parliament at a size about com that should allow Johnson to fulfill his plan to take the U. K. out of the European Union next month the survey released just hours after polls closed predicted the conservatives would get three hundred sixty eight of the six hundred fifty house of Commons seats and the labor party one ninety one that would be the biggest Tory majority for several decades and the disastrous set back for labor based on interviews with voters leaving one hundred forty four polling stations across the country the poll was conducted for consortium of U. K. broadcasters and is regarded as reliable although not exact the poll also projects fifty five seats for the Scottish National Party thirteen for the Liberal Democrats Benji higher reports from London this is just an exit poll conducted by Austin voters who they supported as they left polling stations on Thursday but in British electoral history this poll released it back on ten PM local time is normally pretty accurate and if the same applies this year then that means the Conservative Party have come out on top in this election with the biggest majority in decades the full results will be known until early on Friday morning Hey also the trickle in from across the country throughout the coming hours if this exit poll is any indication of the final outcome the the Tories in for a good night boss Leyba the main opposition party will be facing some very tough questions with the fourth election defeat
There are three possible outcomes of the UK general election
"Voters in the UK or making a big choice in Thursday's election conservative Prime Minister Boris Charleston is looking for a mandate to get brexit done as he puts it at all costs. Opposition Labor leader. Jeremy Corbyn says they will take back back over utilities and industries that have been privatized and put in place a thirty two hour work week if they gain power. Major third parties include the Anti Anti Brexit Liberal Democrats the pro brexit Brexit Party and the Scottish National Party among
Delhi Judges accuse authorities of 'passing the buck' on air pollution.
"Coming up on five minute news British Prime Minister Accused of cover up over report on Russian meddling in UK Politics Deli judges accuse news authorities of passing the buck on air pollution and apple commits two and a half billion dollars to combat California housing crisis. It's Monday November four. I'm Anthony Davis Boris Johnson was today accused of presiding over a cover up after it emerged that number ten Downing Street's refused to clear the publication Asian of a potentially incendiary report examining Russian infiltration in British politics including the Conservative Party Downing Street indicated that that it would not allow a fifty page dossier from the Intelligence and Security Committee to be published before the election prompting a string of complaints over at suppression and the Committee's Chairman Dominic Grieve called the decision jaw-dropping saying no reason for the refusal had been given while Labour and Scottish National Party politicians Titians accused number ten of refusing to recognize the scale of Russian meddling fresh evidence is also merged attempts by the Kremlin to infiltrate the conservatives by a senior Russian diplomat suspected of espionage spent five years in London cultivating leading Tories including Boris Johnson himself himself the committee's report is based on analysis from Britain's intelligence agencies as well as third party experts such as the former M I six officer Christopher for steel and is subject to a final clearance from Downing Street that has to come before parliament is dissolved on Tuesday if it is to be released ahead of the election Russian Downing Street sources stated it was not now expected to happen in time claiming the sign off process typically takes six weeks the dossier specifically examines Russian attempts to interfere in the EU referendum members of the committee which meets in secret because of the sensitivity of its work and wanted to make think recommendations to introduce greater safeguards ahead of the general election in December India's top court has accused state governments of passing the buck on air pollution and failing to take action to tackle Delis is toxic smog the Supreme Court said authorities were only interested in gimmicks rather than concrete measures to combat pollution levels levels of dangerous particles in the air are well over ten times safe limits in the capital city authorities have responded by launching a car rationing system Deli is choking every year and we are unable to do anything said Supreme Court Justice Arun Mishra the state machinery is not acting they are passing the buck to each other everybody is interested in gimmicks and elections from the fourth to the fifteenth of November -cause with all or even numberplates will only be allowed on the roads on alternate days officials said such a system has been used before but it's not clear if it helps lower pollution levels 'cause not believe have to be the main cause of Delhi's toxic air with experts pointing instead to crop burning by farmers in neighboring states to clear fields health officials of offs people to stay indoors and refrain from doing any physical activity as millions or at risk of respiratory illness schools closed until Tuesday the shutdown is likely to be extended until Friday as the city chokes under a thick blanket of smog a major cause of the high pollution levels at this time of year is farmers in neighboring states burning crop stubble to clear their fields this creates a lethal cocktail of particulate matter and gases carbon dioxide nitrogen dioxide and sulfur dioxide all worsened by fireworks set off during the Hindu festival of Devali a week ago construction and industrial admissions have also contributed to the smog. Unfortunately this coincides with changing wind patterns of Delhi and the rest of North Indian apple has committed two and a half billion dollars to ease California's housing crisis collapsing similar pledges by fellow silicon valley giants Google and Facebook to address a lack of affordable housing in a region where affluent tech workers have have helped
UK lawmakers agree to hold Dec. 12 election in bid to resolve Brexit paralysis
"Out Cumbric the peers on course for an early general election is part of the country's continued political deadlock over breaks it the main opposition Labour Party now says it would agree to the government's request to send voters to the polls in December BBC correspondent rob Watson two of the the most prominent anti brexit passes that's the Scottish National Party and the Liberal Democrats I think they decide then Alexian was just about the only remaining chance of stopping brexit that there simply weren't the votes in parliament for a second referendum and I'm once they had decided that although the main opposition labor party is very reluctant because it can see the polls Mr Colbert really had no choice measured by labor mint prime minister Boris Johnson look likely to get parliament's backing for his election triggering bill the last minute hitch arose when opposition lawmakers announced they would try to change the legislation to extend the voting franchise to millions of teenagers in European citizens the government said it would abandon the bill if that plan
Boris Johnson referred to Police watchdog
"Coming up on the news trump's past phonecall minnows also concealed. RS Johnson referred to police watchdog over US businesswoman links and skin cancer half of people surviving advanced melanoma it Saturday September twenty eight. I'm Anthony Davis Donald Trump told two senior Russian officials in twenty seventeen office meeting that he was unconcerned about Moscow's interference in the twenty sixteen presidential election because the the United States did the same in other countries and assertion that prompted alarmed White House officials to limit access to the remarks to an unusually small number of people according to three former officials with knowledge of the matter the comments which have not been previously reported will part of a now infamous meeting with Russian in Foreign Minister Sergey Lavrov and Russia's ambassador Sergey Kislyak in which trump revealed highly classified information that exposed a source of intelligence intelligence on the Islamic state a memorandum summarizing the meeting was limited to a few officials with the highest security clearances in an attempt to keep the president's is comments from being disclosed publicly according to the former officials who spoke on condition of anonymity to discuss sensitive matters the White House's classification of records about trump's communications with foreign officials is now a central part of the impeachment inquiry launched this week by House Democrats White House officials were particularly distressed by trump's election remarks because it appeared the president was forgiving Russia for an attack that had been designed to help elect him the three former officials said trump also seemed to invite Russia to interfere in other countries elections. They said one former senior officials said head trump regularly defended Russia's actions even in private saying no countries pure. He was always defensive of Russia. The person said adding the president had never made such specific remark about interference in their presence. He thought the whole interference thing was ridiculous. He never bought into wit meanwhile. US Secretary of State Mike Pompeo has been subpoenaed by Democrats to turn over documents relating to the trump administration's stations dealings with Ukraine. It is the latest move in rapidly escalating impeachment proceedings against Donald Trump in a separate development. Yes today today the US special envoy for Ukraine negotiations. Kurt Volker resigned Morris Johnson has been referred to the police watchdog to decide whether or not to investigate the prime minister for a potential criminal offence of misconduct conduct in public office while he was London Man. It is alleged businesswoman Jennifer. A curry received favourable treatment to friendship with with Mister Johnson Mister. Johnson has denied any impropriety. The allegations refer to claims that Mister Curry joined trade missions led by Mister Johnson when he was mayor of London and her company received several thousand pounds in sponsorship grants the reason the is involved now is because the role of the mayor of London. John is also London's police in Crime Commissioner responding to the referral number ten said the prime minister as mayor of London did a huge amount of work when selling capital pedal city around the world beating the drum for London and the UK meanwhile a vote of no confidence in the government aimed at replacing Boris Johnson as prime. I Minister could be held next week. A senior Scottish National Party M P has said Stewart Hosie said such a move may be the only way of avoiding and no deal brexit rex it on the thirty first of October. 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"scottish national party" Discussed on KQED Radio
"No Mary Louise as you jump in here and see the Johnson has another theory as to why Corbin will do this labor is actually well behind in the polls right now he thinks Corbin is afraid that if there's an election next month labor lose it. all right so I'm trying to keep up with all this and any other thing that that is in play here is parliament passed a law last week that requires Boris Johnson either to get some kind of new brexit withdrawal agreement with you or go back and asked to delay brexit again no Johnson tonight said he will never ask for a dollar he said no can do so how does this work is he threatening to violate the law the parliament just passed it certainly seems that way and that's where a lot a lot of people in parliament see it like that too many were angry tonight with the prime minister in black for he leads the Scottish National Party in the house of Commons he warned Johnson about flouting the will of parliament is what he said he can't. you occupied the highest office in the land. and what demonstrating to the people of the United Kingdom. the law doesn't matter no she's mention one thing Johnson's allies in the Conservative Party say he will follow the law but it looks like they may already be looking for some loopholes in the meantime the opposition parties they're already working on a legal case to take the prime minister the Supreme Court if they have to all right and meantime this maybe as we mentioned the last time we hear from parliament in awhile because they have been suspended it remind us why Boris Johnson thinks that is a good idea with practice so close when most people think the original strategy was to haul parliament from blocking him from taking the country on a no deal brexit that's strategy failed as you were just mentioning earlier parliament rush through a bill of last week and blocking in deal brexit so Johnson's going along with the suspension he sidelining parliament he's already lost his majority in parliament so he's a lame duck and now parliaments just a thorn in the side hi and meanwhile the further twist in here is the speaker of the house of Commons the very colorful John Brcko whose he's known for sharpness let's hear him. well adding to the disorder there in in Britain is that is that Burkle he says he will be stepping down soon why. well he is of course he's a hugely entertaining guy as you mentioned he's kind of a walking thesaurus and has become a bit of a cult figure and even outside the United Kingdom but he's also very controversial of brexit tears fear they argue that he broke parliamentary convention to favor people who want to Dick's keep the U. K. inside the European Union he was four remaining in the European Union during the two thousand sixteen were referendum conservatives actually want to run a candidate against him in the next election and workers been in office for about ten years I talk to about this in an interview he feels it's time to move on and he'll be leaving either at the brexit deadline of October thirty first or an election which ever comes first which means. he soon we will no longer be hearing order order which many people at least I will miss can I can hear you've been working on the accent there and peers Franklin fed in London thank you have the dude Mary Louise..
"scottish national party" Discussed on WAFS Biz 1190
"Economic outlook. live from west. great. we're listening to being the day break your upon neighbor change in our London studio my co anchor Roger hearing is at Westminster continuing the coverage off to Boris Johnsons brags that plan has been left in tatters and an election if only lose Russia. yes there is a very tough morning here outside Westminster very good morning to you but the spirit of the what we'll call the rebel alliance still I suppose certainly not dampen the but they had a victory last night against Boris Johnson in terms of taking control of what goes on in the house and now today we expect there to be a substantive motion to delay breaks it going through in the next few hours were sitting with me yeah outside I wish we sort of tapes are pleased to say because he's writing it is true Hendry over the Scottish National Party at three thanks very much for being with us for a good morning to you welcome good morning I just seeking to sing Kinnock a few moments ago he was talking about various ways of moving this forward but that will talk about the event but he still get out in a moment but first of all to you what was the significance of lost nine what do you envisage getting from here as far as bricks so I think it was very significant in a number of fronts first of all parliament was able to take back control of the order paper and stop at Boris Johnsons plans it's in the tracks in terms of leaving with fake to a deal we'll see what happens today but because of a the I think the very heavy handed way he's treated his own MPs who have disagreed with no deal and strip them of the party whip I think it it makes it far more likely now that that legislation will go through my and that will be able to prevent says we've been working today as a no position not available allies service say this will all position should be doing is trying to get the right things on his opposition that will be working really hard night to you get that through and make sure that they can't crushes I with all of the it really negative social and economic effects that would have brought box in terms of what could happen from here we have this motion going forward yes of people support to delay brexit for that but the point of a delay is to do something absolutely what is there that can be done because he knows.
Ian Blackford says Boris Johnson has made a career out of lying
"It was another rowdy session in the house of commons with ian blackford head of the scottish national party accusing one of the candidates to replace prime minister theresa may of making a career out of lying more sharp words aimed at boris johnson who is vying with foreign minister jeremy hunt to take over the tories and serve as the next prime minister here's how that unfolded during question time with outgoing prime minister may mr speaker do or die come hold me those are the words of the prime minister's likely successor the truth behind the brexit chaos and a tony puck is encompassed in those The Tony dream is to try to the UP and union. Noma. The nicole. Before you to office. Pledge to never vote for a success willington pool with devastating new deal. Wretched on all of us. Yes again, but he's due to questions about five phones. Minnesota. Yes. Again, by Minnesota voted three times in this house. The European Union. The home of the. He voted effectively. My goodness. It's no wonder she's leaving was no answer to the question. The pipe Minnesota showing. The one. asking people to face and the most incompetent phone sixty and essentially eight who has maybe of lying who has spent his week avoiding the media staging unclean delusion We the most. Privatizing. Clearly. Someone's different chance. Gentlemen's concluded his inquiry. Well. If he has not needs to do so in a single sentence. Mr cow. I'm Joe your a well intentioned. But I require. Comes from you one sentence. To get through a sentence. Well then. This. This is speak of last season, office most, she finally in the best of these islands, not the conservative party that neither of the candidates for office, should ever, be elected prime minister. gentlemen either of the candidates for this high office do a better job at anybody sitting on any him there you have it from the house of commons in london earlier today we carried it live on c. span two rears sunday evenings when they're in session at nine o'clock eastern time on c. span television and here on c. span
"scottish national party" Discussed on KQED Radio
"From the studios of Germany's international broadcaster w this case inside Europe. Five years ago voters in Scotland to partner referendum on whether to become an independent country that motion was defeated fifty five percents against it ever since supporters of Scottish independence have been pushing for a second referendum last week. So the biggest step in that direction for some time with the leader of the pro independence Scottish National Party Mikla sturgeon. She's also Scotland's first minister and she announced her intention to push for a referendum on the issue before twenty twenty one Jack foster has this report. When the pro independence Scottish National Party, the SNP the issue of fresh independence referendum buckle gender last week. It was just a small part of a half hour long statement delivered. By the first minister, nNcholas sturgeon to the Scottish parliament, the timing. Of course, it was no accident just days before the party's spring conference. Perhaps surprisingly sturgeons keynote speech at the conference was dominated by the prospect. Of an imminent independence vote. We must have the choice of a better future. Scotland must have the choice of an independent future. Next month. We will introduce legislation for a referendum, and we plan to pass it..
"scottish national party" Discussed on C-SPAN Radio
"The table. You tell me that you have no desire for no deal. The foreign secretary has no desire for north deal. The chancellor has no desire for the elderly. The opposition has no desire for both. You the SNP has no desire for no deal. Neither democrats. Why all the greens? So let's stop this charade. Because if we're about to have a people's vote, we would have to extend article fifty to say that to the auction is to revoke it is not true. Although there are case we would welcome that in any case, Mr Speaker. On the basis of the result last week of two hundred thirty votes. The prime minister has not come here with fundamental change. This government is a fast. It's an embarrassment on the leadership of shambolic. The prime minister must step up. We must extend article fifty an end this impasse by bringing forward a second referendum. Do it for all sorts of reasons for the EU citizens living in the UK and no facing. Registrations. Grateful and I congratulate the prime minister that the fees have been waived for nationals a campaign that's been led by the Scottish National Party. Many have been here for decades are being forced to stay. The fundamentals of it, Mr Speaker. Not in. Our name is humanity of this. Mr Speaker in Scotland we have another choice, we did not vote for Brexit. We will not be dragged out of via twenty government. We did not vote for. We might be able to see if the UK, but we could save Scotland we have an escape route from the kiosk. Independence. Independence will result resulted are unsafe. The UP turns in was an isolated from neighbors. Mr Speaker, we want no part of it. Say to the event. Raised.
Argentina seeks emergency release of $50bn in IMF funds amid financial crisis
"The Argentinian? Peso slumped after president Mauricio Macri appeal to the IMF faster cash the fund approved a fifteen billion dollar, payout in June as part of a fifteen billion dollar credit line v. Day the fund approved a fifteen billion dollar payout in June as part of a fifty billion dollar Credit line what does Arias is expecting an extra three billion next month but the government is asking to speed. Things up macrey didn't say how much he had requested from the fund
White House opposes Senate measure to reimpose ZTE sales ban
"Walter reed national military medical center after treatment from what's being describes a mild heart attack the white house press secretary sarah sanders ain't doctors say larry's recovery is going very well in that he's at home in hopes to return to work soon the white house is objecting to provisions in the senate annual defense funding bill overturning a deal by commerce department to lift us sales ban on chinese telecom firm z t e that agreement requires et pay one point four billion dollar fine overhaul its management team and allow the government to hire an house compliance group and the white house saying it will work with congress to try to get the provision out of the senate bill is not in the house version of the defense authorization bill and secretary of state mike pompeo is in seoul south korea saying talks with north korea will be will resume next week and pompeo also saying that the trump administration is hopeful that major disarmament steps by north korea will occur before the end of president trump's first term in january two thousand twenty one president trump back at the white house tweeted number of times about this issue including this one before taking office people were assuming that we were going to war with north korea president obama said that north korea was our biggest the most dangerous no problem no longer sleep well tonight and now on c span radio british prime minister theresa may taking questions in the house of commons on topics including trade relations with the us also the ongoing negotiations and brexit britain leaving the european union a note that the proceedings were interrupted by a call for an immediate vote take a chamber into a private session and the call is by the scottish national party leader after that call was rejected by the common speaker that's scottish leader objected to that was thrown out of parliament for remainder of the day and his fellow party member members followed him out in a protest this runs about fifty five minutes since to the prime minister is the gareth thomas speaker prime minister thank you mr speaker mr speaker tomorrow marks one year on from the grenfell tower file i know that members from all sides of this house will join me in saying that this unimaginable tragedy remains at.
"scottish national party" Discussed on Monocle 24: The Briefing
"Ability journalists mike all of you engage in the dog in pursuit of informing citizens in holding leaders accountable and making our government of the people possible and it's an enormous responsibility somebody wants said the definition of a leader is somebody who has fullers and i think increasingly current system we have selecting mp's in the uk looks a little bit dull and stayed and in fact those people have got principals who are noisy become much more exciting to fuller so the youngest mp at the moment is my reblock who's is the scottish national party she's already got a huge twitter following she's noisy on a platform she's engaged she sort of activist in her voice now she's not leader at the moment but you can see exactly how she has the public profile the verve and the engagement with a young audience who actively follow her that give her the makings of a future political leader looks are not everything but looks really do help when you are trying to cover somebody and you can see even in the internationals fear the people are doing well who have well our mackerel beautiful smooth says she nine when he was elected luigi demise five star very modern platform that they have but they've also chosen somebody very genius to lead it sebastian kurz austria again young fresh face we all share december from civility make our planets greater game.
"scottish national party" Discussed on Monocle 24: The Globalist
"Ability journalists mike all of you engage in the dog and pursuit of informing citizens and holding leaders accountable and making our government of the people possible and it's an enormous responsibility somebody once said the definition of a leader is somebody who has followers and i think increasingly current system we have selecting mp's in the uk looks a little bit dull and stayed and in fact those people have got principals who are noisy become much more exciting to fuller so the youngest mp at the moment is my reblock who's is the scottish national party she's already got a huge twitter following she's noisy on the platform she's engaged she's sort of activist in her voice now she's not leader at the moment but you can see exactly how she has the public profile the verve and the engagement with a young audience who actively follow her that give her the makings of a future political leader looks are not everything but looks really do help when you are trying to cover somebody and you can see even in the internationals fear the people are doing well who have done well our mccomb peaceful smooth says nine when he was elected luigi egypt meyer five star very modern platform that they have but they've also chosen somebody very genius to lead it sebastian kurz austria again young fresh face we all share december from civility make our planets greater game i think this generation in particular has produced a crop of activists who reduced see that there are ways.
"scottish national party" Discussed on Civics 101
"No that they didn't like the democratic republican twoparty system um on the whole a lot of people just tell you that public election funding whether you're talking about third parties or in general is broken third parties are too small to qualify but even the major democratic and republican candidates tend to reject that funding because there are spending caps that go with it and they can raise way more money uh if they choose to reject the parade we did we learned that honour at the said about the fec let the good examples around the world what other countries have twoparty system there are a few that have systems like ours jamaica has a twoparty system they have their jamaica labour party in the people's national party there aren't a ton that maybe are quite like the us what i found is that there's many countries that have a system in which third parties do have a little more representation in some seats in the legislature but ultimately you'll find that still to parties dominate now the uk the british parliament is an example where i think a lot of people in the us s look nc well look they have a lot of third parties that are running that their third party elections seem more vibrant it just seems like a better opportunity if you've got an outside party um but they've got six hundred and fifty members of parliament the conservative party has the majority at three hundred and fifteen the labor party has two hundred fifty nine all of the third parties together add up to about seventy four seats um in the scottish national party got the most at 35 so i think if you look at it ultimately you see it's still a very majoritarian system in which two parties dominate what are some other alternatives then with a real alternative is what's called a multiparty system which is a system in which yes it is somewhat equitable between lots of different third parties or i guess they wouldn't be call third party i mean they're just they're just art horth fifth say exactly so a share power yes they come together and they form a coalition government a true example of this would be the israeli legislature called the knesset so voters in.
"scottish national party" Discussed on They Walk Among Us
"Clauses brian coercion sheila the many husbands dispose of that wise by getting them committed to mental hospitals especially now she had attempted to take your life a months later in may 14th max attended a scottish national party meeting a line before turning haya ten fifteen pm is children role in bed she was lying watching tv she claimed the when she woke up the husband was gone she reported a husband's disappearance to the police a week after he went missing she recounted the evenings events and said the nothing unusual it happened both she learned brian rinta viewed and bronze hope police that he had rebuffed maxi sexual advances on several occasions when a photo in description of max was published in the police gazette bcompany night stated he was formed female company strong homosexual tendencies max gov he was declared a missing person but as an adult who was free to come and go as he pleased the police felt but looking for in wasn't a priority people knew the gov is had a troubled marriage remiz were abundant off to the months of max gang to social events in town with trudy and sheila publicly sharing affection on brian may be max had left or maybe he was taking a break from family life max missed this court date to wants it to the charge of dangerous fly is blue cortina and plane remained untouched the airfield suspicions rig nights it when she was seen with brian its number social events including a wedding of bronze friend alain pizzas they roused the attention of police started to such fields and ditches surrounding the farmhouse but became frustrated when they're refah's poll knife fruit if anything it happened sheila gov a lebron's heaven die remained tightlipped.
"scottish national party" Discussed on They Walk Among Us
"And he was cool playing a game of chicken flying his plane towards approaching traffic on a nearby road he was arrested an kotite was set meanwhile life a compact pham carried on as usual this was into max met bronze heaven dial with the scottish national party meeting in the spring of nineteen sixty seven the group of friends had been drinking new sheila made a way back to the car max being were all the drunk decided to walk to a take away with a friend to get some fish and chips braun was sent to look after she law and the two started to get to know each other braun began to visit the foam on a more frequent basis the 22yearold started to develop a crush on the 32yearold sheila is the young man was at the foam so often stayed in the spare room on weekends and even introduce the couple to assist the treaty bus max made no secret that he was attracted to treating despite being married to a policeman in aberdeen treaty would reciprocate max's affection the two went out flying together in less than a week had begun in a fat this arrangement wasn't hidden from she low rule brian the fool would go out to dinner together tunstall did wagging not only was the affair obvious to sheila but it was also obvious to one licas as well one night while the fulsome rao having drinks max kept whispering to his wife goading had to have sex with brian treaty went time and max sheila and brian returned to the fawn brian retired to the spare room she to use the toilet before heading to the room she shared with her husband max was in a state of arousal and he was blocking the doorway the hustle there into bronze room and instructed her not to emerge until morning brian and she had sex for the first time that's evening and she crept back into a marital bed early the following day max was wide awake excited about what has happened in the neighboring and wanted to have sex with his wife as soon as she got back into bed now.
"scottish national party" Discussed on Monocle 24: The Monocle Weekly
"Which 1962 film which is named after one of its main characters has wound 23 sea cools to date none of which contained the original character god and it sounds very difficult and it's really interesting i find that very often you'll test someone on narrow everything you've got it looking is a divorce heaven no no hood on sorry i don't know act he is very interesting you've just done what a lot of teams duty start to think you think big film front obviously think 007 now it is 007 but the film was dr know who's the villain in the first one because a couple of the early wants dr no goldfinger a named after the villa not named after jiang's bond so very often people will go to james bond gotten it can't be that because he's not named after and then they should go away and i seats sometimes it's the first don't you think of his the right won't be you can treat yourself out of it so tell us about prison early he went one with journalists in upon apollo tell us about this when unto eternal they're hatreds you do not know the meaning of the way competitive until you're seeing a lot of political journalists trying to beat each other and it was not just the various newspapers and the various tv and politico an an radio political programmes the rule so teams from number ten the treasury the various political parties labour party had a team tool raise the snp scottish national party came lost and it was just very very political atmosphere of it's very alpha male even the females acquaint alpha in that in that world at constantly witty bob's one liners.
"scottish national party" Discussed on talkRADIO
"Government without the do you pee with the up and others because it's never too that will be byelections along the way people who move on and things much change web well first of all every concluded member of parliament should give you the prime minister uh his or her who i'm strong support second we should recognize that there's now it compete contentious or spotters i can see on the approach to the negotiations which are the most important challenge facing the country jeremy corbyn said very clearly yesterday that we should be in good market he also said that we should try and negotiate a tarifffree access to the single market would they faced things what the government contends to do he the labour party manifesto at the elections recognised that there should be an and freedom of movement that's the position of the government as well so ah apart from the scottish national party and the liberal democrats there's a very large contentious across the house of commons the us of coverage for the approach that the government is taking to brexit and we should recognize that and therefore the labour party should give her best port as she attempts to negotiate what they want is what is what the government once the back in the early nine t h is i got my first job in television as a researcher at london weekend television and i'm only shows our work shall was can world fronted by broad and remarkable politician by interviewer and did a series of interviews with james callaghan who've been the prime minister during the month oh to government liblab pat the referendum and one of the most moving bits of it was when he spoke about the pressure on him as a minority leader prime minister constantly doing deals concessions people approaching.
"scottish national party" Discussed on AM 970 The Answer
"Oh it look like a arguing i am terrific did you get any sleep last night our popular vowed payment unbelievably on it is an as the dust clears in great britain up i'll give the totals the conservatives at three hundred eighteen seats labour has two hundred and sixty one they picked up thirty one seats scottish national party took it on the chin they lost nineteen they're down to thirty five the liberal demagogue crats are at twelve they lost five in their up three seats actually or i guess that's what they did and the democratic unionist party which very few people know much at ten and they will be an alliance with the conservatives is that what you think will happen a theresa may democratic unionist party coalition it doesn't actually look logged on interest all coalition are talking about aren't going to uh after a agreement should cooperate but not all know coalition served five that's what i'm saying reported i thought they could be entering a formal coalition but it it goes on the clayton undisturbed in the capital what do you think happened i mean that each question and everyone's to want that your day it it it look like an after everyone downplayed jeremy corbyn unelectable it sounds like in a paradoxical and it kind of punching on a lot of issues kind of help improve on both by which meant that labour picked up both ukip voted on the right and the so i'm a i'm a brick both young voters on my left especially at london how how you manage to pick up the says i think it wanted a complimentary of second more than luck than clever and painting on it it it it jeff absolutely unprecedented political political happened quite an undertaking now of course that mains carbon remains as the leader of the labour party and his number two john mcdonnell an avowed as state number two they won't get power.
"scottish national party" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York
"Of breaks it that she wanted not only that but the increase in support for the labour party and jeremy corbyn might also mean that the negotiations now look very different because one interpretation of that increase support for the labour party is the voters in the uk wanted a different kind of breaks it to the one that theresa may and the conservative government were proposing and wait there's more because we also heard liberal leader corbyn laying claim to govern after the after the election results is a realistic viable he did lay claim to govern i'll certainly it seemed like it from the speech that he was making to uk media he also made reference to the fact that brags it talks needed to go a heads now the thing is that the number of seats that labour have so far two hundred sixty one if you add to those the seats from sake sample for example the liberal democrat the scottish national party even clients comrie it doesn't really add up to the majority that is needed in the way that the conservatives plus the dep does added to that three hundred and twenty six majority so it's hard to see exactly how jeremy corbyn could govern at this stage however as i say the fat they wore such an increase in support for labour means that what they have been proposing can no longer be ignored in jeremy corbyn can't be dismissed as a joke which is often how he was actually portrayed in the uk media in the runup to this vote so that is something that whoever is in power we'll have to take into account thank you much bloomberg's nutritionist live from outside ten downing street.
"scottish national party" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York
"Let's go a little down the roads let's go back to the green outside parliament's carling had could therefore us caroline just walked through the electoral mass where do we now set says three hundred nineteen that's a loss of twelve seats children's sixty one labour said as a gain of twenty nine twelve the liberal democrats and thirty six for the scottish national party ten for the two you pay the question is can the his full make hellish in government with the dp out of northern ireland and also of course i mean this is a big loss for the scottish national party in scotland's many saw jeremy corbyn essentially is a nohoper as as a candidate he was on electable symington city here turnaround during the election campaign he appealed to the youth vote he besitas sort of cuddly personable and he seemed to have secured and many many fighters here in the uk and particularly targeting aid on the eighteen to twenty four he'll big turnout in part of the fight and they were very much favoring labor conserves his the elder cassidy of fifty five plus fighters they were looking for more and fighting fumble for the conception caroline street suffolk you very much the counter headgear let's find out what's happening more broadly his skull custom thanks very much die in bronze voters will on sunday caused that ballots in a crucial parliamentary election bloomberg scouring connell says the boat is likely to bolster president macron's power michael is on track to get a crushing majority we eat says poll showing he could get nearly four hundred seats out of the five hundred and seventy seven in the lower there has of parliament that would be the single largest majority of french president has god in more than two decades that could make it easier to devote forms such as the labour market reform expected over the summer telling connor bloomberg daybreak europe paris fired fbi chief james colmey has accused president trump on the white house of lying and defaming him joined yesterday's senate testimony colmey said that the president's shifting explanations for his dismissal were quote lies plain and simple he said he wrote in kept the detailed memos all their conversations because he feared the president would ultimately paint a false picture of their encounters meanwhile the us energy secretary has dismissed criticism of donald trump's decision to pull out of the paris climate agreements according a code us quotes political.
"scottish national party" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York
"And who's going to be able to actually lead that majority is theresa may's position now in play well i think it clearly is in play i mean to be clear on the on this little technicalities of it no party is going to have an overall majority on its own and that's the that's the really important things so the the question now is whether the conservative party under whoever leads it is an open question will the labour party is best placed to do some kind of deal with other parties in the house of commons budding ted i mean is it possible that labour could team up with another party a move talked about the smaller parties either the dp the sp in scotland where how does that shakeout could could labor actually managed to get a government together on the face of it than the numbers of difficult for for both labour and the conservatives to get over the line i mean labour have moved potential allies i think that is certainly something in their favour you've had nicholas sturgeon the scottish national party speaking albro costs today already saying that she's keen to form some with progressive alliance with the labor policy issues set before she certainly not likely to team up with theresa may all the conservative party because he's made her careers work ready to oppose the tories but some even though labor have the you know the the most friends in all the policies if you like move runs briefly conservatives do is still very difficult for them because they'll all projected for quite a long way shools the majority would need a lot of help it also get over the line you had the electoral maths look complicated hey for both the conservatives as well as for the labour party and here are the uk of course of people who may be listening to this and germany they may be saying.
"scottish national party" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM
"Independence wasn't it was indeed on and on about trying to stop put this was very much the message hammered home by 'em conservative leader m roof davidson and to a lesser extent by the way but partly as well and that i think has sent we've been successful norway they one of phil number of seats and i think this puts the independence referendum the the the the scottish national party were asking for on the button whom and winners here the scottish conservative party even though dan side there in disarray it's quite remarkable north of the border the in in jubilation but southall over the although the complete disarray even votes being talked about the leadership of theresa may when leadership in scotland is is really really pleased with the result that they've had this moment and where does this leave scotland do you think it's interesting because scotland could become pivotal on both sides drove of the troll am dynamics that are about to unfold am on the on the conservative side they will be dependent on some of those new scottish mps that they they send to one them on the other side with labour well you may well have the scottish national party propping up away but government issue by issue at fifty nine seats were up for graf one still to declare lovely story it's remarkable don't think that vote to don't count those one seat and one vote in it they're on the third recount at the moment and dramatically moments of high drama were still waiting for that to declare other even talking about what tossing a khalili are even talking about tossing a coin to decide it indeed every never everything if it doesn't count talisic thank you that set from glasgow battle thanks very that's valerie sandison that also throw this morning britain snap general election has resulted in a hung parliament with just a handful of seats left to declare the prime minister theresa may has lost her overall machar i'd say at keep listening to news that will be all the latest news on the british general election.
"scottish national party" Discussed on Global News Podcast
"Meanwhile veritas and scotland also delivered some shocks from the ruling scottish national party leader nicolas sturgeon had campaigned for a second independence referendum then newsrooms the boundary sandison was following the results in glasgow i can sum up the night with some front pages i'm looking at of papers including the edinburgh news which says hung drawn and not sorted and the scottish daily mail saying the night of humiliation with a picture of the british prime minister theresa may and scotland's first minister nicholas sturgeon and this is how nicholas sturgeon reacted nobody egg rushed to hasty judgments are decisions but clearly there's thinking for me to do about the sp result you know i'm not winter leslie say reflect the sp has won the election and scotland but clearly equally i'm not going to try and go over the fact that we have suffered some at losses this evening and that was nicklaus sturgeon with me is daughter alastair clark senior lecturer in politics at newcastle university in the vote here alastair it was all about another vote on scottish independence wasn't it a walton the doorbell trying to stop it this was very much the message hammered home by 'em conservative leader m roof davidson and to a lesser extent by the way but paltry as well and that i think has sent we've been successful way they won a finn umbrella of seat and i think this puts the independence referendum the the the scottish national party were asking for on the button whom.