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"sergey javid" Discussed on Monocle 24: The Briefing

Monocle 24: The Briefing

10:27 min | 1 year ago

"sergey javid" Discussed on Monocle 24: The Briefing

"Here on the briefing on monocle. Twenty four and welcome to today's edition of the briefing with me. Andrew Miller here in the UK. Prime Minister Boris Johnson has convened his new cabinet for the first time. It is perhaps not quite the cabinet he imagined. Convening it includes a new chancellor of the Exchequer Richie soon knock has replaced the short serving. Sergey. Javid who resigned yesterday in apparent protest at the strictures within which he was instructed to work behind. This is what is widely supposed to be an attempt by Boris. Johnson's disheveled respite and Dominic. Cummings to assert control over the. Uk's famously obdurate Treasury won't joined with more on this by. George Parker political editor at the Financial Times and Shawn Kemp former advisor to the Liberal Democrats during their time in government. George come to you first. What do we understand happened with Sergey Javid yesterday? Did he genuinely jump or was he pushed? Well there's speculation of course this and this has been rewriting. The events of yesterday I think people inside number ten that they'd anticipated that such a Chevy wouldn't be able to accept the terms being imposed upon him namely that he should sack all of his own personal advisers and then have a new team created inside number ten which would be effectively running the treasury at arm's length on his behalf I don't think that was what they intended to happen. I think they thought that sergeant would roll over and take it and that he would carry on us. Some people number tenants target calling him. Chancellor in name only or Chino so I don't think they expected him to walk But when he did obviously they had a ready made alternative Received knock widely regarded as opposed. Johnson's favourite minister waiting in the wings. To take over. We will come back to Rishi soon. Neck presently Sean. From a purely presentational point of view how bad guru otherwise does look to lose a chancellor this early into a new government and I guess the biggest question there is when you have an eight hundred seat. Majority doesn't really matter. I tend to forty doesn't matter as much as ever might be acting the moment. Reshuffles there's always something cayote consultants that happens and this is This is the higher end of it but I in a few months time if people are going to be going. I did like Boris Johnson. But now after what happened to Javid not wanting to far respects I account vote them anymore. No I think we tend to think these things matter more general public and they really do. It's interesting because it tells us about how Downing Street's Donald J Dominic Cummings the how Downing Street want things to run. Which is these wonderfully. Ironic thing of Dominic Cummings. When he was a special advisor Niche. -cation an alternative was complained about David Cameron occasionally wanting to know what was actually going on in education policy to now he's in Downing Street wants to have absolute control over everything that goes on. I think that's interesting for white will watcher. Did it matches the general public. Probably not now on that thought. George do we understand yet? What Dominic. Cummings and Boris Johnson. Want to change about number ten's relationship with number eleven but I think it probably comes down to three things in in descended first of all it's about control. certainly Dominic Cummings was fed up with briefings to the treasury. He doesn't like that being an alternative poll of power or challenge to his operation number ten anywhere and that includes the treasury. So I think that's part of the second thing I would say is policy and I think it's probably the thing that listens to be most interested in what's going to change in terms of policy. Well certainly true that People in number ten including Dominic Cummings will getting frustrated. That stage was trying to stick to his fiscal rules which require the government to balance the state budget. The current by twenty twenty three. That was putting a big limits on the amount of money they could spend in some of the regions of the UK that they want to revive And the third thing was the question of personalities. I think there was a personality clash between Sergey Jovan. The Prime Minister The between such Javid and his Coterie of advisers so I think those were the three main things but I think you know the markets reacted yesterday about assuming that they will be now some loosening of the purse strings and I think that is actually quite likely to happen just to follow that up George if we look at Reshi soon whose delight I'm sure it being elevated to the chancellorship will of being tempered by the instant assumption that he would be a noticeably more pliant Chancellor van Sausage Avid Do. We have any idea based on his past record short though is of what kind of chancellor he wants to be or. Perhaps we'll be but I think the important caveat here that he is assumed this office at a time when number ten basely insisting they'll be the ones writing his first budget So we have to say that with a pinch of salt. I mean in many ways where she is not dissimilar in outlook to Saudi jacket. Say he was a fiscal conservative He believes in the free market but tempered to a certain extent receive not regarded. Such avid is a bit of a Mensa eastward Goldman Sachs she Sausage Abbey worked for Deutsche Bank. So they come from very similar quite free market backgrounds. I would say Richie sooner I think. He represents a northern constituency understands. There's a world outside London and I think you will see him being prepared to loosen the fiscal rules a bit and then the big question I suppose also whether they're prepared to raise taxes on better off. Otis typically people who voted Corey live in the south of England to help those people in the north. You may have just posted conservative for the first time. Sean if we look at the the reshuffle as a whole other any discernible patterns anything that tells us about what kind of cabinet Boris Johnson was trying to assemble and therefore what sort of government. He thinks. He's going to run. I I think it was probably they got rid of a few people suspect you listen to the gossip you knew that number ten didn't particularly right Estimate very being an obvious. Some of these were not controversial. Ones that I wish I had some people falling off their chair So I think it's partly bringing people. They frankly felt that had a bit more confidence in their abilities at but also we come back to this point. People felt would be on on message of this really shallow. You are using the soundbites going to send but there's this interesting dynamic in the Conservative Party about how do you? I mean George touching it. How do you keep the seats? That just won the election in traditional Labor voting areas which are going to want more spending at the same time not alienating too many of the traditional conservative voters who vote for low taxes and I think trying to get a group of around the cabinet table who might be on board of the fact that a bit more money to be spent and it might have to be raised from somewhere and there has to be some sense which they can all be comfortable singing from that tim sheets and I think that's what they're trying to do is that there's an interesting political experiment. Garnering the Conservative Party about how they keep these majority and they're trying to get people around. They're all going to be on board of it and they're all GonNa follow that the strategy. That was clearly set out the general election. George there were also some quite intriguing non sackings. I know the media. Attention is always drawn by the sackings during reshuffle but a lot of prominent people left in place. Pretty Patel as Home Secretary. Dominic Robb Foreign Secretary Ben Wallace at Defenseless Trust International Trade. Do we infer anything from that. About how Boris Johnson intends to approach. What is now? He's defining challenge. Iii negotiating some sort of relationship with the European Union. I think it's hard to divine. From the fact he's left those people in place That's elements of strategic thinking about future relationship with the EU. A lot of that can be handled directly from number ten With David Frost. Who's the Prime Minister's Europe advisor handling the negotiations in Brussels and also in London now? Of course no. I think probably what you can deduce from that is there's a free market free trade Benson enlists. Trust is a crazy enthusiast. Free Trade deals wherever she can get them especially with America Putting the overriding view. I think is the Cabinet. Looks a bit lackluster? Doesn't it. I mean if you look at it at the question of compliance people being prepared to do what they're told by number ten? I think it would be the recurring theme of the people who've been left office. And just one thing to talk Sean. They had their first meeting of the new Cabinet today where the prime minister was doing a colon response thing with his Cabinet say how many nurses twenty thousand how many you schools ten thousand. It's like it's like a classroom for five euro's quest owning a boss going to mention that. Georgia. I'm glad you brought that up because I didn't think I could get all the way through without cringing myself inside out but but on the subject of that idea that what. Boris Johnson. He's looking for is not so much. A cabinet as a course In one of the sackings which I think sort of got lost in the sacking yesterday was was Julian Smith the secretary of State for Northern Ireland. Who is generally held to have done? Quite well In eight months and he was acclaimed in fact on the way out by several politicians in the Republika Violet. Not least the current typically Verandah. Does that just seem like a gesture of petulance or is there a strategy zone? -Able there I'm not sure is totally a gesture of petulance. I think there was widespread assumption. The done quite a good job. I think there are some people in government who were not chuffed at some of the details particularly around historic prosecutions in Northern Ireland and May Be Felt. They were being kept as much in the loop about what was going on. They should have been and I this. I think is a legacy of that so I think whilst and also people outside watching what happened the jeans he did a pretty good job and go to jail over the line. I think some people in Downing Street who felt that there are some details that they might wanNA differently and they would like to know to be more of those details in advance Shawn Kemp. George Parker thank you both very much for joining us. You're listening to the briefing now with a look at the day's headlines here is Monaco's yelling Goffin. Thanks Andrew. The World Health Organization SIS CORONA VIRUS cases are not rising dramatically outside China the. Who Edit that. There has also been no major shifts in the viruses pattern of mortality or severity. The latest figures show that almost two thousand four hundred people have died in the outbreak. The Catalan Cypress Bharti. Erc has said that it will help the Spanish governments attain stable majority but only if the region's independence drive is addressed ear see was instrumental in facilitating socialist leader..

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"sergey javid" Discussed on The Bugle

The Bugle

04:34 min | 1 year ago

"sergey javid" Discussed on The Bugle

"The Democrats had another debates a couple of nights ago in which Bay Kamala Harris said. We have a criminal living in the White House. which does a great tagline for a film? Sadly tagline tagline for documentary Genera. You're a Democrat supported member. Believe how what's what's your take on. How the the the protest going for selecting the person to be abused by trump throughout next year? Well it wasn't just we just shared Qualify it wasn't just the democratic debates because tool was up there also but besides Tolsey Who the only thing I else I can say about her is that she wasn't on her period Shuki she was dressed in all white? You guys just got so we'll bring you right into about eight. Thousand Miles admire that. She's always in white so it's the only thing thing when a woman is unless it's like Hillary unless it's clearly postmenopausal women all in white the first thing I can think period. I don't know if that taking us back a century whatever. Yeah it's interesting I I am worried for us. I think that we have too many people in the race right now. And it's hard for us to Kinda coalesce around like one person and you know I. I'll vote for any of them again. To is not a Democrat but any of the other ones vote for. I just think we shouldn't even have debates. We should all just have them run together. Like and like Captain Planet Cartoon or something. I'm really pleased with Tolsey. Running America is also being exposed. Because we in this country we've got pretty Patel and Sergey Javid. An America is also being exposed to every Asian kids least favor on or uncle by it's really good to know that the diaspora is representing our worst. It was Yeah the the Biden Gaffe was pretty spectacular. Stuff He he claimed that you have the support of the early. African American woman elected to the United States referring to Tacoma's Lebron Lebron and ignoring the fact that there is another one and she was standing next to him and some sort of laughing big threat was it was a pretty extraordinary moment. And you know some people will say. Will this affect Joe Biden. But if I'm being completely honest in the current turn climate. What Joe Biden did was be a bumbling old white man who said something racially insensitive? He's never seemed more president. Yeah that I think we should get behind. Might be the for real. It might be the only way that will end up with a female president and like twenty twenty three because of how time works. But I'm not I would totally support Biden or Bernie and then just like you know Cam Ma war in our global. VP people are really into Buddha judge. Right now yeah. It's like people have remembered that even though he's gay he's still a white man uh-huh hang on. He's still a white guy. Yeah he wouldn't be the first gay president just the first one his out the fact that I think he's even really writing in the bugle. Exclusives this way the K.. Is Alive and he's now Franklin Pierce Lincoln again. Lincoln I mean he was an absolute dream. Boat was only to be a bit. We reduced these episodes to debating the presidential gay crush. I MEAN GROVER CLEVELAND. Teddy Roosevelt without moustache. Taft compare was quite hard Chris. googling American precedence relative toughing. Okay and sexual practice. It's not arcane and.

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"sergey javid" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

02:59 min | 2 years ago

"sergey javid" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"Like me for everything I've been through. Right. I I didn't know why was getting into and I left. Hoping that maybe me and my child. Come back. Have any evidence against we do anything dangerous when I went to Syria. I was just housewife. She told the Sky News reporter that she had no regrets about joining. I ask because otherwise she wouldn't have met her husband who was an IS fighter. She said she was okay with the beheadings because she understood they were allowed on the Islam. The home secretary. Sergey Javid has said that he will try to prevent people who went to join terrorist organizations returning to the UK. But acknowledged that citizens could not be made stateless Mohammed Tasneem Akhundi, the lawyer acting for Shamima begums family said that the government needed to remember that she was fifteen years old when she left Britain, and she's just given birth which will newborn baby who poses no risk to anybody. And yet he's he about child who's a criticism in terms of huge. And that thank you. The culture secretary Jeremy Wright QC who was attorney general until last year conceded that if Shamima Begum managed to get to safety, then the UK would have to let her come back if you're dealing with a British citizen wants to return to this country, and then altered you'll citizens than we are obliged at some stage. At least take them back that doesn't mean that we can't put in place the necessary security measures to monitor their activities and make sure that they are not misbehaving up. The government says nine hundred people from the UK traveled to the conflict in Syria and while more than half have either returned or being killed almost four hundred and not yet accounted for. Well, in contrast to those wanting to leave Syria many Syrian nationals who fled the fighting to neighboring countries are now thinking of returning across the Middle East five and a half million Syrian refugees a wrestling with that big decision. The United Nations expects two hundred and fifty thousand of them to head back this year. A correspondent your land knell has sent us. This report. It's cold wintery weather Jordan's Jabber crossing. But it's still extremely busy after years of people fleeing Syria, and it's brutal civil war. Now, there are long lines of cars buses and lorries stretching back as far as I can see all waiting to enter the country. Can we lift home because of my son? I was afraid he would be taken to fight. I wanted to protect him name, Shannon. Mariam Asya left her village near Aleppo with fifteen year olds helmet two years ago as rebels fought Syrian government forces. She says it's safe to return. Alabama's we want to go back to our country to our house ten God. The situation is good. Now there is nothing better than your own country..

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"sergey javid" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

03:40 min | 2 years ago

"sergey javid" Discussed on KQED Radio

"Will always support the Venezuela. Is it worked to restore a constitutional government and hold free and transparent. Let's go. This is no time for dialogue. This. Pence said the US stood by one Guido, the self-proclaimed interim president of Anna's Wailer, and that the US stood ready to deliver millions of dollars in humanitarian aid, the mother of a three year old girl in Britain has been found guilty of female genital mutilation. The first person to be convicted of FGM since it was made an offense more than thirty years ago. The woman originally from Uganda was arrested in two thousand seventeen after taking her heavily bleeding daughter to hospital doctors found three cuts to hide genitalia. The British interior minister, Sergey Javid welcomed the conviction calling FGM depraved form of child abuse, anti FGM activists said the conviction would send shockwaves through the communities that practice it. The authorities in the US of arrested in one hundred and thirty Indian students enrolled in the fake university. Run by undercover agents from the department of homeland security. South Asia, editor and Bresson erosion reports the university of Farmington in the suburbs of Detroit had a real website with the details of various programs Duchenne fee on contact information. But there were no instructors are actual classes. It was set up to expose immigration fraud. Prosecutors say the students who paid thousands of dollars each knowingly enrolled in the school to falsely maintain that student visa status and stayed in America most of them were from India, but an immigration lawyer said the government had utilized very questionable and troubling matters to get these foreign students to join the institution. World news from the BBC Cape. Verde says it sees the largest shipment of illegal drugs in its history. Police impounded more than seven tons of cocaine from congress ship manned by Russian crew. The drugs have a street value of at least three hundred fifty million dollars reports say the whole was on its way from South Africa to Morocco when the ship called into Cape Verdean after the death of a crew member. The Mexican president Andress Manuel Lopez over overdose says his new agricultural program will generate over two hundred thousand permanent jobs and help prevent Mexicans from leaving the land in search of work in the United States and the programs launch in his home state of Tabasco. Mister Lopez door said farmworkers who signed up to the scheme would be given a monthly salary of around two hundred dollars. They would initially be involved in planting abandoned fields with crops and growing and planting trees for a national reforestation program the quarterback situation for sport has banned twelve Russian athletes with doping they include the London Olympics. High jump gold medallist, Iran. Hav and Lama Kalina who won gold at the two thousand thirteen world championships next capstick reports the cases were based mainly on evidence gathered by professor Richard McLaren whose damning reports contain details of one of the biggest doping scandals in the history of sports, the athletes were found guilty of being part of a doping program, which provided banned steroids and covered up positive tests. Among them Ivan Ivankov who will now lose the London. Twenty twelve Olympic high jump title, the decisions taken by the court of arbitration for sport because the Russian athletics federation is still banned by truck and fields global governing body. The I AA f- I'm one of the greatest skiers time. The American Lindsey Vonn has announced retirement saying her body is broken beyond repair. The thirty four year old has sent a final two races will be at the world championships in Sweden next week. Von will fall just five win short of her target of overhauling the Swede income Austin marks all time record.

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British Jury Delivers First Conviction for Female Genital Mutilation

The World

00:31 sec | 2 years ago

British Jury Delivers First Conviction for Female Genital Mutilation

"The mother of a three year old girl in Britain has been found guilty of female genital mutilation. The first person to be convicted of FGM since it was made an offense more than thirty years ago. The woman originally from Uganda was arrested in two thousand seventeen after taking her heavily bleeding daughter to hospital doctors found three cuts to hide genitalia. The British interior minister, Sergey Javid welcomed the conviction calling FGM depraved form of child abuse, anti FGM activists said the conviction would send shockwaves through the communities that

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"sergey javid" Discussed on BBC Radio 4

BBC Radio 4

04:20 min | 2 years ago

"sergey javid" Discussed on BBC Radio 4

"After the former Littlewoods building in Liverpool, BBC news is read by Charles cuddled. Loris Johnson has silage the prime minister's Brexit strategy describing it as a thick sent claiming that the UK will get two thirds of Diddley squat from the negotiations writing in the Daily Telegraph as NPR's prepare to return to Westminster. The former foreign secretary compares the talks to a rigged wrestling bout and insists that if Britain continues on the present course, it will throw away all the advantages of leaving the EU mister Johnson says, it's a scandal. Not that we have failed, but that we have not even tried to secure a proper Brexit. Here's our political correspondent Ben right Boris Johnson's fury at the prime minister's checkers proposal, keeping the UK and EU closely aligned for trade in goods prompted him to walk out of the cabinet in July. Now, his first intervention on Brexit since his resignation statement proves mister Johnson's determination to destroy the checkers plan. And potentially Theresa May's leadership of. The Tory party it is a brutal. Attack mister Johnson claims the checkers plan means going into battle with the white flag fluttering he says it will lead only to victory for the EU while leaving the u. k. lying flat on the canvas dozens of Tory MP's. Will agree with him but while Brexit is promised to put forward plan shortly other Tory MP's are urging the prime minister, to adopt a much closer economic relationship with the EU demonstrating again how split, the party is. And the bind Theresa May, is in compounding the problems the ease chief negotiator Michel Barnier said. Yesterday he was strongly opposed to key parts of Mrs Maes plan the left wing, group momentum which supports Jeremy Corbyn is calling from what it describes as the open selection of Labour's parliamentary candidates it's. Backing, moves by some constituency parties at Labour's conference later this month to make it simpler for sitting empty Needs to be challenged more from our political correspondent in Watson momentum says it. Wants to make it easier, for labour members. To choose a new generation of politicians conflict sitting labour MP's aren't. Challenged automatically between elections to do so more than half the branches and their constituency have to agree to open selection. Process to other candidates but leading members of. Momentum say at the moment the processes to negative instead, the argue that could be a more positive less pastoralize contest if other hopefuls are given the rights to compete, from the outset but some long standing labor members believed momentum's motivation is to remove, MP's have been skeptical. Of Jeremy carbons leadership, on privately a handful of MP's are considering whether. To follow Franck feud resigned the labour whip if the parties rules are to be made easier to select them the national crime agency estimates. That up to eighty thousand people in the UK pose a threat to children online in a speech this morning Whom secretary Saudi Javid will set out plans to tackle all forms of child abuse in what he calls his personal mission whom affairs correspondent Jim Kelly reports in his. Speech the home secretary will describe his horror at discovering the scale of online child sex abuse and speak of the challenges facing those trying to please and prevent it, he'll focus on figures which, show that in the, past five years there's. Been, a seven hundred percent increase in the number, of child abuse. Images being referred to the national crime agency by technology companies every, month around four hundred people in the UK are arrested for child sex, abuse offenses according to the NCAA Sergey Javid will. Speak about how online images are becoming increasingly graphic and there, are. More cases, of. Abuse involving babies and children under ten there's also been a rise, in live streaming of abuse a fire has destroyed a large section of the landmark former Littlewoods pools building in Liverpool the art deco structure Was built in one thousand nine hundred thirty eight but has been empty for the past. Fifteen years the blaze, broke out, in, the west wing of, the building just before eight o'clock last night it took several hours for fifty firefighters to bring it under control Gary Oxford, from Merseyside fire. And, rescue service outlined won't they. Had faced the well developed on both flows on.

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"sergey javid" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

WBZ NewsRadio 1030

02:40 min | 3 years ago

"sergey javid" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"To listen to wbz on your echo smart speaker just say hey alexa play wbz newsradio on iheartradio polling says sixty five percent of democratic voters in massachusetts have a favourable view of the state's republican governor charlie baker while only ten percent do not as wbz's bill marcus reports that trend effects elected democratic officials to when wbz's shawn keller asked democratic salem mayor kim driscoll if she'll work for the party candidate in the fall he got this response are you going to endorse and work for the democratic gubernatorial nominee in the fall it's a good question i'm not sure driscoll just one of many democrats publicly expressing support for the republican incumbent we've had a really strong relationship with charlie baker has governor he's been a municipal official many of the folks in his cabinet have been and i really value some of the work that we're doing with his team jurisco says she likes democratic gubernatorial candidate jagan solace as well as his opponent bob massey she says she just needs time to think about whether she'll work for them bill marcus wbz newsradio ten thirty wbz news time twelve forty the leader of an antiviolence march the shutdown of chicago freeway yesterday declares that the people won thousands marching more than a mile down interstate ninety four to draw attention to gun violence and other needs of the community the reverend michael pfleger who organized the march says the next step is for the governor and other officials to meet with the community and come up with a plan to help neighbors on chicago's south and west sides britain's home secretary says the risk to the public is very low despite the recent poisoning of people exposed to a deadly nerve agent sergey javid says both towns remain open for business people to visit what he calls one of the most beautiful parts of the country shattered is the first senior official to visit the area since dawn sturgis and shortly rarely will hospitalized in critical condition last week officials believe the poisoning may have been caused by exposure to the deadly nerve agent novi chalk that was disposed of off to the march attack on ex russian spy circuit scruple and his daughter yulia detectives now urgently want to know all the spots where sturgis and rhody visited in amsberg before the poisoning to help police with new leads on where the contamination might have occurred charles de la desma london wbz news time twelve forty one we check sports right the red sox in kansas city this weekend wbz's chris pharma is in the ace hticket dot com sports studio just about ninety minutes out on the.

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"sergey javid" Discussed on BBC Radio 4

BBC Radio 4

03:17 min | 3 years ago

"sergey javid" Discussed on BBC Radio 4

"Ed how a couple from wiltshire were poisoned with the same nerve agent used against the former russian spies aghast repel jaguar landrover says that leaving the european union without a trade deal with cost it more than a billion pounds a year in tariffs and thousands of events are being held across the united kingdom to mark the seventieth anniversary of the nhs today's news is read by chris aldridge secretary sergey javid is to chair a meeting of the cobra emergency committee to discuss the nerve agent poisoning at ames rain wiltshire which has left a man and a woman critically ill last night the police said scientists at the government borrow trees at nearby porton down had established that the toxin involved was nava chalk the same substance used against the former russian spies against repel and his daughter yulia in salisbury in march richard lister reports don't sturgis and charlie rally fell ill on saturday at the same address in ames break but a few hours apart both would take into souls we district hospital and initially police thought they'd been exposed to a batch of contaminated drugs heroin crack cocaine but both became critically ill and medical tests proved inconclusive neil bassey the metropolitan police assistant commissioner in charge of counter terror policing in the uk set out what happened next on monday the second of july geeta concerns of the symptoms but if the man and the woman would display samples from patients were central laboratory for analysis following the detailed analysis of those samples we can confirm that the man and woman have been exposed to the nerve agent novato which has been identified as the same nerve agent that contaminated both yulia and sergei mr bass you said there was no evidence that the couple had visited any of the sites decontaminated in the aftermath of the scruple poisoning and the priority was to establish how the pay came into contact with the nerve agent he added he was not in a position to say whether the novi chuck was part of the same batch that poisoned sergei and julius creep i'll at least five sites in amesbury an salisbury have been sealed off as part of the investigation the local conservative mp john glenn said the safety of residents should be the number one priority i'm very concerned for my constituents and they are too because they are frustrated by this appalling act and is an appalling act is about barakat it's a random act and is put lots of lives at risk and we do need to get bottom this very quickly and we do need to make sure that we can give full confidence to the local population about the cleanliness of the of the counterterrorism police are trying to establish the circumstances rounding this latest poisoning and whether it's linked in any way to the salisbury attack as our security correspondent gordon carreira explains in their public statement police were careful not to get ahead of the facts they can confirm but the most plausible scenario is the nova chalk that made the amesbury couple ill was left over from the attack on sergei and yulia scrip how back in march this seems more likely than a fresh attack especially on to people with no apparent linked to russia which was blamed by the government for the salt poisoning the location sealed off in the last twenty four hours a not have been visited by the script outs and so it is possible that the attackers discarded some of the nova chuck before all more likely after the attack and this remained undiscovered for nearly four months how exactly the aims repair came into contact with the nerve agent is still unknown and no one is sure how the original novacek was mixed or carried for instance whether it was in a syringe or revile but novacek is persistent and does not lose its potency over time if this does prove to be the case then it will raise concerns about whether there could be any further residue and highlight that four months on the original attack is still causing casualties britain's biggest car maker jaguar landrover says it urgently needs greater certainty on post brexit trade with the european union if it's to continue to invest heavily in the uk it says he you tariffs could cost the business one point two billion pounds a year the business secretary greg clark said the government was determined to make sure jaguar landrover could continue to.

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"sergey javid" Discussed on BBC Radio 4

BBC Radio 4

03:59 min | 3 years ago

"sergey javid" Discussed on BBC Radio 4

"Able to use an app which will read the electric chip in their passports and confirmed their identity sergey javid said he'd raised the issue with apple during a visit to silicon valley untold the the company was actively looking for a solution later the him secretary was in his place on the government frontbench in the commons when the immigration minister caroline nukes made a statement about the new system the labor chair of the brexit committee hilary benn wanted to know what would happen if there was no final brexit deal between the uk and the european union will those citizens who've already been granted under the rollout timetable the ministers reported to the half today been granted they settle texas will they keep it and we'll government keep scheme open to all the rest you haven't yet applied so they can remain in the united kingdom even if there were no carolina nukes said the government was not anticipating failure we have confidence that there will be a deal we have reached an agreement with the eu guaranteeing the rights of eu citizens living in the uk and of uk nationals living in the eu and we do not expect that to be reopened a liberal democrat a hobhouse said she had a very simple question does settle status and resettle stages give equal rights to usa listens to use as like you k nationals minister yes the snp's joanna cherry was concerned that eu citizens would have to pay sixty five pounds to apply for settle status no eu citizen living in the uk should suffer as result of the breaks out come in which of course they had no vote and mostly consider weaving the fee for registration as the scottish government is going to do for public sector workers and has suggested the british government should do across the board the european parliament's brexit negotiator for hofstad has suggested the application fee meant eu citizens would be financially punished for brexit but the former conservative leader iain duncan smith was keen to raise another of mr for half stats concerns i think it's gave the european parliament has chastised the other countries for failing to make the same kind of arrangements and they're the pace of change that was necessary alongside our changes that we brought for carolina knicks said the british government had made significant progress in setting up its scheme and she said it was incumbent on e u member states to do the same for uk citizens living in their countries sean curran reporting there and you can hear more from yesterday in parliament on radio for one on a long way and on digital radio just after hop fox state time now is eleven minutes to seven which means it's time for the puzzle for today which has been set by hugh hunt reader in engineering dynamics and vibration at trinity college cambridge haired as john is an art gallery at the great northern exhibition the great north exhibition i should say high up on the wall in the distance he sees a large beautiful painting and he wants to take close the bottom of the painting is one meter above john's eye level and the painting is three meters tall when john walks right up to the wall he looks straight up and notices at the painting is impossible to seize to close so steps back a bit for a better view falls off at what distance from the wool does the painting look the biggest cornucopia tend to other matters the church of england is making last minute efforts to engage with survivors of sexual abuse just weeks before the publication what's expected to be a highly critical report and how it recorded past allegations of abuse and examination of evidence by bbc local radio shows that serious allegations of abuse went unrecorded after cases involving dead and retired clergy were left out of the report on porter donna barrel is here in the studio tennis the background to this tom.

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"sergey javid" Discussed on BBC Radio 4

BBC Radio 4

02:23 min | 3 years ago

"sergey javid" Discussed on BBC Radio 4

"The health service professors brian jarman from imperial college london told us that when communicating with the department of health there was sometimes a desire not to know president trump has insisted he will continue his tough stance on illegal immigration after ending the practice of separating migrant children from their families he's also reaffirmed his support for a border wall between the us and mexico the chancellor philip hammond will say today that taxes will have to rise in order to fund the plant twenty billion pound increase in annual health spending in last year's conservative election manifesto the party said it had a firm intention to reduce taxes on businesses and working families on the home secretary says he's concerned he hasn't seen enough detail of how british citizens living in other eu countries will be treated after brexit sergey javid says member states have failed to match the uk's progress on the issue italian is twenty five to nine the parliamentary battle over the withdrawal bill is over but there is more brexit legislation to calm including bills on customs trade agriculture immigration does the government victory yesterday mean that it has now decisively seen off the tory parliamentary rebellion at least in numbers that would spell trouble ahead we'll jacob reesmogg chair of the european research group of pro brexit mp's is here good morning do you feel on safer ground this morning that the parliamentary rebellion those on the other side of the argument have been seen off i think is the wrong way of looking at it i think dominic grieve and his friends have serious and principal concerns that they've been right rose because that's what parliament is about but i do think the key laws are now in place that the bill putting ford article fifty that says we leave on e u law is done and dusted and now the bill ensuring that we leave on the uk there's a seamless transition on the twenty nine march next year to uk is in place at a building blocks of leaving there and the other bills a subsidiary that and yet the other bills which he say subsidiary of the ones that deal with the with the content and the detail of brexit and how it's going to work rather than with the process of brexit years for the process breaks it means that we've left that's the key what the other bills do is work out what we're doing once we've laughed that isn't that more contentious that's why i'm wondering if you can really feel on to what extent you can feel unsafe ground.

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"sergey javid" Discussed on BBC Radio 4

BBC Radio 4

02:31 min | 3 years ago

"sergey javid" Discussed on BBC Radio 4

"Economy outweigh any reductions in payments to the eu the home secretary sergey javid has accused other eu countries of failing to match the uk's progress enjoying up plans for expatriate citizens after brexit he said member states had to provide more information about how british nationals living abroad would be supported mr chavez will sent how details today of the settlement scheme for eu citizens seeking to stay in the uk his political correspondent alex forsyth the eu and uk have agreed that the rights of citizens living in britain and on the continent will be protected after brexit despite reassurances many of those who will be affected have said they're still not sure what that will mean for them today the home secretary will publish more details of the system which will allow eu citizens to apply for settled status in the uk sanjiv javid said he was concerned of the eu states haven't produced similar proposals for british nationals in their countries a sentiment echoed by the european parliament's brexit coordinator keep a half stats that he was far from happy with the treatment of uk citizens in the eu but he also raised concerns about the government's plan including the cost of applying for new immigration status and the impact on vulnerable people the government is to give details today of the agreement it reached with potential tory rebels that allowed the eu withdrawal bill to clear its first is final parliamentary hurdle the bill was passed by the house of lords without a vote last night after the commons rejected an amendment that would have give mp's the power to stop the uk leaving the eu without a deal ministers offered a last minute assurance that the commons speaker would decide whether mp should have a vote the education secretary damian hinds has backed goals for universities to tackle grade inflation the think tank reform which argues for better value from public services says there are more than fifty universities where the proportion of first class degrees has doubled since two thousand ten it's wound than degrees risk losing their credibility as our education correspondent sean conlon reports universities make their own decisions about grades and since the nineteen nineties there has been a fourfold increase in the proportion of first awarded by uk universities meaning that more than a quarter of all graduating students now receive one reforms report says last year more than forty percent of students at the university of surrey graduated with a first class degree fix celebration in top grades coming sided with.

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"sergey javid" Discussed on AP News

AP News

01:41 min | 3 years ago

"sergey javid" Discussed on AP News

"The british ban on cannabis based medicines will be reviewed by the uk government while it continues to reject calls to legalize marijuana for recreational use home secretary sergey javid told lawmakers that cases like that of a twelve year old epileptic boy denied canopy soil for condition shares a pressing need for cannabis based products well the boys being allowed to take cannabis oil to ward off his seizures javid cited other cases of children with epilepsy who'd benefit from legalization of the drug meanwhile the national health service says it's studying possible uses of marijuana products for treatment of childhood epilepsy and several other diseases members of london street art scene our morning three graffiti artists who died after being hit by a train flour and kansas spray paint we're left tuesday outside loughborough junction station in south london near the site of the accident on social media friends paid tribute to the trio who used the tags k bag lover and trip the bodies of the three men aged nineteen twenty three and twenty three were found on the rail line monday morning they may have been hit during the night when freight trains use the tracks amazon's come out with a new version of alexa for hotel rooms if amazon echo smart speakers are in your room you can ask alexa do things like order room service or ask for more towels marriott has signed up for the service and says it's putting echoes speakers in ten of its hotels the summer but the hotel chain says if you don't want an echo device in your room you can ask to have it removed amazon says data from hotel guests will be deleted daily welcome to total wine and more my boy gets all of this out of the way how about if i.

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UK reviews medical marijuana ban

24 Hour News

01:21 min | 3 years ago

UK reviews medical marijuana ban

"More the selection is ridiculous the british ban on cannabis based medicines will be reviewed by the uk government while it continues to reject calls to legalize marijuana for recreational use home secretary sergey javid told lawmakers that cases like that of a twelve year old epileptic boy denied cannabis soil freeze condition shares a pressing need for cannabis based products well the boys being allowed to take cannabis oil to ward off his seizures javid cited other cases of children with epilepsy who'd benefit from legalization of the drug meanwhile the national health service says it studying possible uses of marijuana products for treatment of childhood epilepsy and several other diseases following the arrest of german automaker audi ceo is part of a probe into emissions cheating the company's named sales chief abraham shots as interim chief executive audi division of volkswagen says it's also complied with jailed ceo rupert stadler's requested temporarily relieve him of his duties the probe against audi follows the emissions scandal that's rocked volkswagen since two thousand fifteen and led to billions in fines the arrest of executives and the indictment in the us of the former ceo shot the interim ceo has been a member of abbey's management board since september apple is trying to drag the us antiquated system for handling nine one one calls into the twenty first century if it.

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"sergey javid" Discussed on AP News

AP News

02:01 min | 3 years ago

"sergey javid" Discussed on AP News

"Went to total wine and more my jaw drops every time i walk in wine beer cigars all the accessories and decorations i need they even found me this bubbly that was just amazing we went to give a try at the tasting table as soon as i tasted it i knew it was going to be perfect for watching the fireworks i can't wait for my next trip to total wine and more they always find something that's freakin delicious trump and immigration i'm tim maguire the napi newsmen and after meeting with house gop members at the capital this evening president trump said he's one hundred percent behind a pair of immigration bills republican whip steve scalise says the measures include keeping families together after they are detained for crossing the border illegally security making sure the money's there to build the wall making sure that parents are reunited with families making sure that we solved the daca problem closing interior loopholes ending catchandrelease that's in our bill we're going to be weapon that bill tonight senate republicans working on a much narrower bill that calls for families to stay there while speeding up the deportation process democrats want no part of any republican legislation senate minority leader chuck schumer says president trump caused the problem with a zero tolerance policy that separates children from their parents is no need for anything else else you can do it mr president you started it you can stop it i'm tim mcguire the british ban on cannabis based medicines will be reviewed by the uk government while it continues to reject calls to legalize marijuana for recreational use home secretary sergey javid told lawmakers that cases like that of a twelve year old epileptic boy denied cannabis oil freeze condition shares a pressing need for cannabis based products well the boys being allowed to take cannabis oil to ward off his seizures javid cited other cases of children with epilepsy who'd benefit from legalization of the drug meanwhile the national health service says it studying possible uses of marijuana products for treatment of childhood epilepsy and several other diseases at indiana state police trooper who arrested a woman for.

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Tim Maguire, Trump and Steve Scalise discussed on 24 Hour News

24 Hour News

02:01 min | 3 years ago

Tim Maguire, Trump and Steve Scalise discussed on 24 Hour News

"Went to total wine and more my jaw drops every time i walk in wine beer cigars all the accessories and decorations i need they even found me this bubbly that was just amazing we went to give a try at the tasting table as soon as i tasted it i knew it was going to be perfect for watching the fireworks i can't wait for my next trip to total wine and more they always find something that's freakin delicious trump and immigration i'm tim maguire the napi newsmen and after meeting with house gop members at the capital this evening president trump said he's one hundred percent behind a pair of immigration bills republican whip steve scalise says the measures include keeping families together after they are detained for crossing the border illegally security making sure the money's there to build the wall making sure that parents are reunited with families making sure that we solved the daca problem closing interior loopholes ending catchandrelease that's in our bill we're going to be weapon that bill tonight senate republicans working on a much narrower bill that calls for families to stay there while speeding up the deportation process democrats want no part of any republican legislation senate minority leader chuck schumer says president trump caused the problem with a zero tolerance policy that separates children from their parents is no need for anything else else you can do it mr president you started it you can stop it i'm tim mcguire the british ban on cannabis based medicines will be reviewed by the uk government while it continues to reject calls to legalize marijuana for recreational use home secretary sergey javid told lawmakers that cases like that of a twelve year old epileptic boy denied cannabis oil freeze condition shares a pressing need for cannabis based products well the boys being allowed to take cannabis oil to ward off his seizures javid cited other cases of children with epilepsy who'd benefit from legalization of the drug meanwhile the national health service says it studying possible uses of marijuana products for treatment of childhood epilepsy and several other diseases at indiana state police trooper who arrested a woman for.

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"sergey javid" Discussed on AP News

AP News

02:09 min | 3 years ago

"sergey javid" Discussed on AP News

"The british ban on cannabis based medicines will be reviewed by the uk government while it continues to reject calls to legalize marijuana for recreational use home secretary sergey javid told lawmakers that cases like that of a twelve year old epileptic boy denied canopy soil freeze condition she has a pressing need for cannabis based products will the boys being allowed to take kennedy soil to ward off his seizures javid cited other cases of children with epilepsy who'd benefit it from legalization of the drug meanwhile the national health service says it studying possible uses of marijuana products for treatment of childhood epilepsy and several other diseases at indiana state police trooper who arrested a woman for driving too slow is becoming something of a hero sergeant steven willis tweeted a photo of the car he stopped for driving too slowly in the left lane and now he says he's overwhelmed by the widespread praise he's receiving online he stopped the drivers saturday on interstate sixty five about thirty five miles south of indianapolis after about twenty vehicles had slowed behind her huila says she was driving under the seventy mile per hour speed limit an indiana law requires drivers to move to the right lane to allow faster traffic to pass the post has been re tweeted by indycar driver graham rawle who said this guy is my hero there's been a surge of construction in the midwest and as the ap's met small reports it drove housing starts five percent in may the commerce department says that housing starts rose to a seasonally adjusted annual rate of one point three five million the strongest pace since july of two thousand seven all of maize construction gains came from a sixty two percent jump in the midwest while building slumped in the north east south and west the solid job market is hope to boost demand for new homes housing starts have risen eleven percent so far this year still builders are concerned that tariffs announced by president trump that could affect steel aluminum and lumber would make construction far more expensive possibly limiting how many properties are built matt small washington welcome to total wine and more boy gets all of this beer out of the way how about if i find a.

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"sergey javid" Discussed on AP News

AP News

02:36 min | 3 years ago

"sergey javid" Discussed on AP News

"Election is ridiculous trump the gop and immigration i'm tim maguire with the ap news minute president trump met with house republicans this evening to discuss a comprehensive immigration bill which includes keeping together families across the border illegally republican whip steve scalise border security making sure the money's there to build the wall making sure that parents are reunited with families making sure that we solved the daca problem closing interior loopholes ending catchandrelease that's in our bill we're going to be whipping that bill tonight democrats insist they want no part of gop immigration proposals new mexico's michelle luhan grisham says president trump has been wrong in his defense of the zero tolerance policy this led to separating children from their parents with the parents facing criminal prosecution and the children's sent to other government facilities that the president is here trying to convince republicans that family separation is a humane policy for me quite frankly is outrageous i'm tim maguire bruce springsteen took a break from his one man show on broadway to rock refurbished bowling alley prince harry in his wife meghan will make their first official trip abroad to ireland next month kensington palace says the royal couple will travel to dublin for two days starting on july the tenth the palace said harry and his wife now formerly known as the duchess of sussex are looking forward to learning more about ireland's history and meeting people shaping its future the royal couples also announced plans to make an official trip to a stray leeann use eland fiji and tonga in october the british ban on cannabis based medicines will be reviewed by the uk government while it continues to reject calls to legalize marijuana for recreational use home secretary sergey javid told lawmakers that cases like that of a twelve year old epileptic boy denied canopy soil condition shows a pressing need for cannabis based products well the boys being allowed to take cannabis oil to ward off his seizures javid cited other cases of children with epilepsy who'd benefit from legalization of the drug meanwhile the national health service says it studying possible uses of marijuana products for treatment of childhood epilepsy and several other diseases welcome to total wine and more i challenge you to wine tasting showdown maybe we should just explore some wine if you can't blow me away with the wind you must admit defeat my this is out of this world and always at the lowest price let's get this cockfield explore eight thousand wines and twenty five hundred beers like delicious wines that now come in canes or shop online at totalwine dot com total wine and.

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"sergey javid" Discussed on AP News

AP News

02:28 min | 3 years ago

"sergey javid" Discussed on AP News

"A pledge to stop a practice that's been heavily criticized as an invasion of privacy it says it will stop selling data to outsiders through intermediaries that can pinpoint the location of mobile phones it's the first major us wireless carrier to step back from the business practice the data's allowed third parties to track wireless devices without their owner's knowledge or consent bryson says it's been supplying the customer data to about seventy five third parties via to california based brokers and then it will end the arrangement as soon as possible the move comes after senator ron wyden from oregon revealed abusive playing video games for hours on end is now considered a mental illness the world health organizations shakoor saksena says there equating gaming with a gambling addiction he says the decision came after examining evidence from scientific literature and addiction programs advising group clearly advise this in view accepted the proposal that giving disorders should be ended in eleven let me remind you that gambling disorder was already deer and gaming sort of has now been added the agency was quick to note that cases of the condition are still very rare with no more than maybe three percent of all gamers believed to be affected one man who was affected cam dare says his video game addiction was so bad that he contemplated suicide eventually it began to become a problem in action of dropping out of high school not once but twice never graduated never went to college and got to a point where i was pretending to have jobs playing video games up to sixteen hours a day and eventually actually wrote a suicide and that's when i realized i needed to make a change the american psychiatric association hasn't deemed game disorder to be a new mental health problem it says more studies need to be done the british ban on cannabis space medicines will be reviewed by the uk government while it continues to reject calls to legalize marijuana for recreational use home secretary sergey javid told lawmakers that cases like out of a twelve year old epileptic boy denied cannabis soil freeze condition shows a pressing need for cannabis based products well the boys being allowed to take cannabis oil to ward off his seizures javid cited other cases of children with epilepsy who'd benefit from legalization of the drug meanwhile the national health service says it studying possible uses of marijuana products for treatment of childhood epilepsy and several other diseases welcome to total wine and more boy gets all of this beer out of the way how about if i find a beer.

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"sergey javid" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

02:24 min | 3 years ago

"sergey javid" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"Settlement andy moore has the details the interpreters shared the same dangers as british troops on the front line and the additional risk of retribution from the taliban many of them were allowed into britain under a relocation scheme the face the prospect of paying over three thousand dollars for themselves and each family member if they wanted to stay more than one hundred fifty interpreters wrote a letter to the government saying their lives were in limbo the home secretary sergey javid said it had always been clear the interpreters would be able to stay in britain with their families and now if they would be able to do that for free you're listening to the latest world news from the bbc the main opposition party in turkey the republican people's party or chp is due to announce his candidate for snap presidential elections next month opposition parties hope to force president reggio type edwin into a runoff vote in which there will unify around one candidate the recent south korea seeking an arrest warrant for the vice president of korean air johann men over an alleged assault the daughter of the chairman of the airline johann men stands accused of having thrown a glass of water at an advertising executive during a business meeting in march she denies the allegations hundreds of employees of korean airlines are expected to attend a rally on friday against the family that controls korean air at a meeting in the west bank town of ramallah the palestinian leader mark miller bass has been reelected as chairman of the executive committee of the palestine liberation organization nine new members were admitted to the most senior body of the plo the tour of italy one of cycling's three major stage races starts today in jerusalem moving the first leg of the euro italia to israel has drawn criticism from campaign groups including amnesty international they believe it glosses over the country's human rights record alex capstick is in jerusalem israel is have been portraying things as normal hair but tensions are high especially after the recent shootings at the gaza border jiro wasn't aware of the particular sensitivities around jerusalem specifically that it pretty quickly last year when they advertise big start is being held in west jerusalem that sparked fury from the israeli government who demanded that the west was removed the hero quickly made the change and we've just heard that the.

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"sergey javid" Discussed on BBC Radio 4

BBC Radio 4

02:29 min | 4 years ago

"sergey javid" Discussed on BBC Radio 4

"You it's twenty two nine there is a contagion of fear amongst british muslims about hate crime and islamaphobia the words of a former sea a police officer about the current climate in the wake of the four terrorist attacks in the last four months statistics about the present level of incidents in attacks are still being compiled but overly justifies correspondent martin bashir has been hearing from one woman who confronted a cabinet minister about islamophobia operators of our was i say alone muslim woman confronts communities secretary sergey javid just hours after a vehicle mounted the pavement near finsbury park mosque in north london well first of all moslem three weeks after the incident we meet rhuna begum at her home with her eightyearold son jalil we vicks their way of she says the events at finsbury park have left many muslims fearing for their lives mayor figuring out site it my thought even iran across the road i look in the van and i keep him on the other side just in case that's how i live thorpe fired just in case to me or my boy wiz go round so you literally crossing the road because he thing is the prospect of someone driving their vehicle into because of europeans because you from south asia were muslim just two days after the incident finsbury park police were investigating another case which they described as a hate crime blues two people have been left with life changing injuries after than us it attack in east london 21yearold rishon khan and her cousin jameel moctar were attacked on a night out yesterday a man appeared before magistrates charged with causing two counts of grievous bodily harm with intent standing outside east london moss many muslim say they're living in a state of highend zaidi one man seeking to offer reassurance is former metropolitan police chief superintendent dow barbu now works with organizations like the muslim council of.

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