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"standard dakota uk" Discussed on The Leader

The Leader

02:07 min | 2 weeks ago

"standard dakota uk" Discussed on The Leader

"It was crafts it was a and campaign encouraging people from all walks of life to think about Korean cybersecurity and then he went on to say you know would save jobs in the art so he was quite clear that this was not anything to do with his department which is the Digital Culture Megyn Sport And in fact, shortly before. I began speaking to David we had information from all political correspondents sphere sleigh. He was over at Westminster, and apparently prime minister's spokesman also said that the advert was unacceptable. So the government is is quite has been quite quick to to say on where, where, where championing jobs in the arts and were certainly not telling people to you know give up give up on their dreams Bali dances, and another such professions but the reaction is being really quite visceral. Social media hasn't added that I have been a lot of people talking about this it seems to have kind of. Concentrated all of the anger that a lot of people in the industries, the creative industries have been feeling over the last few weeks regardless this huge fund that's been announced by the government today Hashtag faster has been the one that's really attracting the attention and you know you've had you've had as he saves of high profile people weighing in on it. So you've got people like the shadow health Ministe Colin tweet saying you know don't let anyone tell you not good enough because you don't conform to that preconceived social gnomes you have through John Lewis Cutler Moran also describing it as the brainchild of the Department of hopes and dreams crushing. And she put up for country already depressed and anxious I'd suggest it's been a not now dudes moment. And that's Salida you can keep up with all the latest covid nineteen developments with the evening standard's life blog, which you'll find at Standard Dakota. UK This podcast is back tomorrow at four PM..

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"standard dakota uk" Discussed on The Leader

The Leader

01:49 min | 3 weeks ago

"standard dakota uk" Discussed on The Leader

"That he's my biggest worry at the moment with the attitudes. That's the government is taking towards not allowing fans in. Football hasn't been allowed to send fans back on a major scale in the Premier League and the Football Leagues for Awhile now yet, the number of corona virus cases has gone up and down. So in other words, football's effects on those figures from my view is Newcastle it's not causing it. It's not making it less and I'm yet to see any convincing scientific evidence put in front of me that funds shouldn't be allowed into football grounds. People will say it's not about them when the in the stadium, it's about the excess people that you putting back into the community in pubs on the transport to and from Games Moore response to that is okay if that's the concern those things can be regulated too. You can have staggered entry times into the gains you can close all the pubs around the football ground block them off completely so. There's nothing that I have genuinely seen put forward by government scientific advisors or the government themselves that shows to me. That football or rugby or any of those source spectator sports house. Is a threat to the rise in in corona virus, figures and. Yet again I sort of think it is a snobbery towards sports. And that Salita you can keep up with all the latest developments with the Evening Standard's lifelock which you'll find that standard. Dakota UK. This podcast is back tomorrow at four PM..

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"standard dakota uk" Discussed on The Leader

The Leader

04:12 min | 2 months ago

"standard dakota uk" Discussed on The Leader

"The London is the location for this report, because course, extinction rebellion kind of spread across the wild up to a point. Is it important that the come back to London and reassert themselves here? London is important. London lungs is where extinction rebellion. Gained a foothold in the world's attention sitting the protests that went global and it went global from London. Most people do arena who have experienced organizing protest organizing action will tell you that. London it is a backdrop. Has gravitas around the world, and also with a media corporations here if you protest in London, it is around the world of the people you spoke to who involved with extinction rebellion. Did they feel the walls and image problem? About them being this kind of Porsche. Action Force people who can afford to be arrested a middle class rebellion so to speak. Yes, they're incredibly worried about image. Because you can't found a movement. A movement focused on the on the. Problems. You cannot bring the masses in if they cannot see themselves within the movement and I, think one of the problems extinction has confronted repeatedly is does delay us does the does the ordinary person around the world see themselves as of this movement do they see themselves as someone who can be arrested to the see themselves as in the imagery of someone Thompson atop pink boats Oxford Circus it's incredibly fun. Can they can the ordinary person save himself constant and they've made internal changes as well, Roger? Halloween. You mentioned Dalia. He's no longer leading the group, Izzy? He's not long leading the group He's very much still part to the group which still very clear to say, but Roggio Jalan had I did the movement in continues to have ideally moving they found on to the direction they want to take it again this comes into question of how does extinction billion see itself and what direction doesn't want to push to woods. Gari Society to inside. Extinct. billion. They realize that the window they have to enact fundamental change on policy within this country and around the world is closing and their best. When they are working to change the agenda and changed politics, roads, Rosen disrupt, and destroy. Is there a place for extinction rebellion in the new? Post lockdown wild after Kaduna virus what their study very keen to point out the amount of work they put in during lockdown. To reach out to other organizations, protest movements such as black lives, matter or indeed I spoke to one extinction belly and coordinates who told me that she conducted training a digital software. They will use zoom with the NHS quite early in lockdown they are as attended befriend organization when they're the best Is there a place for? Disruption on the streets, is there a place for disruption of London's transit systems? Again, I feel the envelope. Bali been pushed on that. It is the same moral quandary they have created and raised since the first protests which is does disruption of everyday life is it warranted in the face of so-called looming climate catastrophe and they would say we're even the asking the question is. To An extent mission accomplished. That's the leader you can keep up with all the latest developments in the evening standard live blog. You'll find at Standard Dakota UK, and we also have morning briefings available at seventy answer your smart speaker, just ask the news from the Evening Standard. This podcast is back tomorrow at four PM..

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"standard dakota uk" Discussed on The Leader

The Leader

02:40 min | 3 months ago

"standard dakota uk" Discussed on The Leader

"There's a domestic tourists who seem much keener on the fresh sharpener, Komarom Wales and the countryside at the. Myron, and then there's a foreign source who aren't coming because of quarantine alien and and other factors but larger, curtsy. So The. Main mainstays of of the central London economy just just missing action at the moment. And we are seeing the impacts of all of this. We've seen lots of job losses just today Carney's PC wild and asked eight hundred job losses. The must be fears that more is coming. I I. I think. I think the railway is the cliff edge ending of a furlough tober although it's been pushed out S- into the awesome way beyond what was originally planned. The chances made it fairly clear. The Com more the economy just can't afford it So I think there's a real concern. Then what happens when individual businesses up and down the line took me in London, but across the country as well. Look their options for their future employment, much low level of economic activity, and then have to make some absolutely hauled. Heartbreaking decisions about levels of staffing, they want to maintain in the long run. We have those seen the launch of each to help poetry covered on the podcast ahead of it happening, how did that go down? Is that going to make the kind of difference that industry needs I, species we welcomed and hugely helpful on. There's no question that bookings for the days that it's valid for which let's not forget is only thirteen days when we'll sit down Monday Tuesday Wednesday in August. But it has been helpful. bookings are very much up on those days. Wrestlers. Love. It however is a short term fix. It's only thirteen days out the whole year. The applies for and there's already some evidence that it's dragging reservations from the weekends to mature. So when so when people can get a ten pounds off, so yes, you know to choose. It's a good idea. It does seem to be working bought. It's. It's very much a sort of a short of adrenaline hit and when that's gone. The United Start Reality doesn't change. And that's illegal. Check out the evening standard's website for breaking news as well as more commentary and the houses and features. That's a Standard Dakota UK. This podcast is back tomorrow at. Phobia..

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"standard dakota uk" Discussed on The Leader

The Leader

06:33 min | 3 months ago

"standard dakota uk" Discussed on The Leader

"This is how to make a comeback with a soundtrack by French DJ Lauren Ghani the Design Museum in London not just reopening after lockdown, it's just about smashing the doors down with the blockbuster exhibition, charting the history of electronic music from craft craftwork to the chemical brothers, the evening standard given it a five star review calling it a rallying cry for club. Culture has seen. That's been destroyed by virus. The museum's director Tim Marlow is with me now in. After months of being closed was a pressure on to return with a musical pollens, a Banger with this exhibition. A great question I always feel the pressure on a banner. Because that's that's believed, multiple reselected museums have to get interest. You have to generate the public. Confidence at interested institutions, but I think you're right. The states with particular Hoyle missile I mean I think just the coming together. People just seeing stuff comeback the museum. It was very emotional. I soul was emotional. Come back with the museum and empty, but that was tragic, too, but I think he is growing sense of communal need. That both amplifies the the need to do a great show, but it also encourages kind of excited emotional response so far the people bid to see it, but been quite a while when they come out. Going out to a club in. A game for the first time in months. Yeah I've heard a lot of people. Saying exactly than the stand is giving it five stars in his review today. How have you managed to recreate that atmosphere inside the museum? Well, the overall design of the show, which is rather wonderful I think a is, it creates nightclub abby, so those gallery is you know are made grabs galleries. I mean that natural lighting which possibly would love to have the option, but we don't, but it makes him very flexible at it makes the anonymous in a good way that you can recreate anything you want so actually having scaffolding, adult fabrics and elaborate fine set of a judge is through. You're not. To just walk. Does have underground nightclub feel. You feel like you're descending to get to the US. Into the cancer. then. We this this various ways of lighting and monitors and DJ booths and discreet spacey's to evoke particular situation there you go little, Detroit, area, or Chicago area or new Yo- carrier. And, then, of course this the overarching soundtrack to the exhibition could plug suited vigil subjects. This is. Generated a selected by Laura Laura. French DJ and then that is visually reflected upon in Berlin installation, cooled the cool by attention before architecture, which so these twenty four thousand led bulbs respond visually to the rhythms of the soundtrack. At all x softens. Yup I'd say propel prepares you, but never fully for the grab finale the kind of climax a which is the chemical brothers in collaboration with Smith. Away you go into a space. It's GonNa. Keep home and is is the track and is the space, and you get the acrid smell of of dry ice struggle, but this tastic digital projection what was initially conceived for for big festival glass to break is reconfigured as a special installation and that's fantastic. Overwhelming but social distancing rules mean that the one thing that would be missing from that kind of atmosphere of the nightclubs you don't have. Hundreds of people are squeezing around together with you, do you? Is it? Does it feel like you're going through this on your own, or do you feel as though you're part of something? Really questions difficult to say I mean so far by census. It wrought. Brilliantly mirrors the feeling you get. When you're on the dance floor. He says trying to remember how long ago that walls, but anyway you'll very much your heads, and you go into your Bhopal, but through the music, and then obviously three your senses. You're aware and you connect to other people. You get that feeling in the exhibition, so he spoke safely distance because you keep A. Big Emergency allowing sixty an hour fifteen every fifteen minutes. But setup because there is literally a rhythm on overarching soundtrack, there's a kind of sense of pulse Furniture Exhibition. You do feel connected in that way. But I think. I. Don't think we would pretend that. This won't leave you wanting to go out and experience a real thing. The nightclub alive performance and you know we found it tough in the museum world and the last thrown off months. Not Knowing when we can open an what conditions we can. But in the live performance music, they had said I'm still facing existential crisis. Glad that we could reach out to them. The Sex and equally to admit will never substitute real. It just makes me for more of that, but also more expensive museum experienced to, but in the circumstance is not bad that we could report a bit of sort of bay around the weekends flogger sticky and start to smell of it. We can make it even moral sentiment. Council safety. But? Isn't that exactly what you want from? Exhibition like this. You precisely want people to go. I want more of this. You want people particularly now to remember what it was like and what it could be again. Yet absolutely, and also to have the capacity to reflect fig bring narrowed truths or experiences on narratives. Look the options we give monoxide as a definitive journal narrative, but I think it does open questions and I think he does provide I think absolutely she say like a good art exhibition like Tho- preventing architectural experience all design experience. It makes you want to dig deeper. Makes you want to experience things in in different physical visceral? Weiser's LECTU absolutely. You can read our review in the newspaper and online at Standard Dakota UK and that's the leader. Keep up with overnight events with our Odio News. Billiton's getting those to your Smart Speaker at seventy m. just ask the news from the Evening Standard. This podcast is back tomorrow at four PM..

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"standard dakota uk" Discussed on The Leader

The Leader

02:27 min | 3 months ago

"standard dakota uk" Discussed on The Leader

"On the one hand. For Russia's cut to the chase above all what we need as policymakers, the people who run our cities to be creating an environment where cycling and walking feel easy and where they feel safe where they feel coming. And above all, that needs to come from the top. We need people at redesigning our streets to make them work and make say. I'm moving people using them responsibly. So for example we need people not driving dangerously in city centres, moderating the speed, and even not driving intercity senses. Possible I think during lockdown. Well I know that scientifically it was proven that pollution levels of gone down but I think people genuinely noticed. Will they notice as quickly if pollution levels go back up while Goatley I think they already have I think the moment. Boris Johnson said, go back to work. At people in was A. Really noticed that he changed following Monday morning. We were straight back to where we were and the number of people I've just met personally. He commented how pull the air became when we got back. Causing violence I can get everybody's aware. WHAT'S THE DIFFERENCES MARRIED? So it can be done then we can safely go back to work without having to rely on cars to get us there. In awful lot of cases, one of the figures that alway he's preyed on my mind A. if you look at it, national travel data the bulk of journeys in this country, the bulk of Carjon is are extremely sold. Off of our Collagen these are undefined miles. Most of those are done with one person in the car. It's an incredibly inefficient way to get out in urban settings and so many of those journeys, not all of them, but a huge number could be done by bike. And that's Selena you'll find more on these stories in the Evening Standard and online at Standard Dakota UK we also have morning briefings available at seventy and three or smart speaker. Just ask for the news from the Evening Standard. This podcast is back tomorrow at four PM..

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"standard dakota uk" Discussed on The Leader

The Leader

04:00 min | 5 months ago

"standard dakota uk" Discussed on The Leader

"Was entering a market that didn't have big hitters in it. You know skype was the dominant one before then what? Why did everyone moved to zoom? skype is really missed the trick here I mean they. They should have been sky CST area to iron. I think the problem skype is. It started off as a voice activated service, and then got bought by Microsoft, and since he's acquisition by Microsoft. It's just gone backwards to the point where one Microsoft executive last year at a conference pretty much dismissed the company, and said that all their efforts going into Microsoft. Teams so I think that. Even a Microsoft! If you want a product like zoom that probably GonNa, try and sell you a similar service three. Mike Sultans rather than skype. skype is really mixed on this one. Can It beat off challenges though like facebook, which is getting heavily into video conferencing, isn't it? That's going to become a much more crowded market. Yeah definitely I'm on. FACEBOOK has actually made inroads into the space and sorry about this. I think in pain is. It, it's a very simple products, and it's very well designed just because it simple dine underestimated it simple because of the effort that's been put in it very easy to join Kohl's. It's very easy to conference other than just clicking a link. They really take little or no information offi which can't be said for the this. So I? Think people like to go on soon because they think. The only thing I'm GonNa do on here is talked to my colleagues, also to a friend and I'm not going to do anything else. I think part of the brain with these large companies is. facebook anything right eleven video cool, but you'll fully aware of how much data they have on your. You're fully aware the you've posted. Most of your lives pitches up there, so I think the beauty of saying it's really its simplicity. Manetti House. Just looking at these figures mark, and they're pretty. Incredible is expecting revenue one point. Eight billion profits were twenty seven million dollars. A year ago, profits were one hundred and ninety eight thousand dollars. I mean. Where does it go from here? It continue that kind of rise. I think he can continue. I think they need to stop this. No sign of lockdown officially ending yet, obviously companies talking about getting back into offices, but Let's be realistic for most that probably Beatles. September overrun is. It might not even be till January next year, so. teleconferencing space is not going away anytime soon. The figures extraordinary h-share pies funny way is extraordinary as well I mean for instance it now has a market value of fifty nine billion US dollars, which is greater than the combined market bodies of all the four largest USA lines alive. Now, that just shows while completely different directions. The two industries have gone under under lockdown, but It's remarkable growth. And if you've got a great startup idea, the evening standard wants to help. We've joined up with triple point to launch the spirit of London kickstart. Fund offering between one hundred and one hundred and fifty thousand pounds of seed capital, two great proposal. Just go to Standard Dakota UK for more details. Maybe you be the next sin and Salida Colona. Virus daily. We're back tomorrow at four PM..

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The Leader

08:15 min | 5 months ago

"standard dakota uk" Discussed on The Leader

"Hi I'm David Moslem how the George Floyd protests in the states of risking the resurgence of Karuna virus why they think it's a risk was taken. The overwhelming number of people involved in the protests tend to be younger and younger people as we know. A pit be less vulnerable to the virus. Who if there's any reasonable logic than that would be it in New York? York economist. Philip Galvez Proton on pressure for authorities to change tactics Donald. Trump threatens to send the army in and now the report itself is showing what we already knew that the people from ethnic minority backgrounds are disproportionate, dying with Novartis chaired of the British International Doctors Association Dr Chandra Kanta Gandhi as an official report confirms a frightening link between ethnicity and KUNA virus. Taken from the Evening Standard Editor column. This is the leader virus daily for the whole thing. Pick up! The newspaper had to Standard Dakota UK slash comment in a moment. The George Floyd protests. These are the scenes almost every state in the US enormous crowds. Between them shouting singing, and when the police fired, tear gas as in here at Fort Lauderdale screaming. Gas makes you cough coughing spreads. KUNA, virus, many states close to coming out of lockdown like New York. How many super spreaders were in that graph? How many young people went home and kissed it mother hello? Or Shoe can't with their father. Governor Andrew Cuomo has bagged people to take care, but not to stop protesting for him and others. The demonstration sparked by the death of George Floyd, a black man at the hands of a white police officer, while three others stood by two important to America. Meanwhile, Donald Trump's threatening to send in the army. An editorial column is appalled. saw. America has leaders who have risen to the horrific challenge of calming rage on the streets of many of its cities, but Mr Trump is not one of them today. I have strongly recommended to every governor. To deploy the National Guard insufficient numbers that we dominate the streets. He has called the protesters, terrorists and state governors who are trying to cope jerks. He has encouraged the militarization of the response which only fuelled the rage. He has shown no sign of recognizing that the event which sparked this crisis was truly awful. Almost every state has been hit by this disaster, their pictures of violence and destruction from coast to coast in the middle of Corona virus. The consequences could not be worse. Chaos will not be beaten back by force. The choice is not between protests and politics. We have to do both barrack Obama argues. The whole world will be hoping. His country listens to the forty fourth president and not the forty fifth. Evenings Down in College Phillip Davis Broten as in new. York Philip other protesters aware of the virus risk who they just think it's worth it I think there are lots of ways. Look at that one of those. The overwhelming number of people involved in the protests tend to be younger and younger people as we know appear to be less vulnerable to the virus. So if there's any reasonable logic than that would be it. But of course new. York is far from out of the woods yet on the virus it's been the most badly hit area in the United States and perhaps in the Western world short of northern Italy. Huge amounts of cases deaths. The hospital system seems to have come through this unscathed. But of course, it'd be a natural worry. New York was just on the brink of starting to think about lot opening up. Letting people we use the sort of the subways been open, but you encouraging more people to use them reopening offices, and all of this is just so blown up and sent those. Plans Sky High, so yes, when you see thousands and thousands of people on the streets in close proximity, some not wearing masks, then all the government's efforts over the past two three months thought to look rather futile. If there is another outbreak, one of the things that some doctors have raised concerns, about is the use of tear-gas because it goes tear-gas makes people call for and there are. Some people are worried about how the police have been responding to things. What's been the situation in New York where you offer when you work is yesterday. There was a dramatic scene when the chief pleas took a knee along with protesters, and said you know we understand no one. No one in the police is defending. What happened to George Floyd? There's no there have been cases in the where. Police have argued that they were under threat. They took actions to defend themselves. Lead to enough death. There's none of that. In this case. It was out homicide what Minneapolis describing it as? Video can tell it for what it is. The police wound under threat. There was no doubt in this case and new. York police are saying we. Aside this a disgrace now. Please stop trashing your own city. And you, the has been aggression, but you've also seen luas. And you have divisions among protesters. Protest is saying well. We're here to protest protest quietly to make our case about. You police treatment of blacks in America. And perhaps rap into that some anti-trump protests. What it's about is looting, Nike stores and macy's. BERGDORF Goodman. Big Stores Across Manhattan. That seems to be the active. Criminals who have have used this therein voltage and we'VE HEARD DONALD TRUMP I that leaks tape talking about dominating the protesters. He's referred some of them as being terrorists. Is there a feeling that Donald? Trump though is on top of this situation. Philip. Not just an elite tape. He said that very clearly use these words dominate US domestic terrorism in his speech. His public statements yesterday so. This isn't just something. He was saying closed doors. He's using that rhetoric publicly now. Saudi feels like this situation has been inflamed by him rather than tamp down. You can imagine another president another time deciding to call the governor's in holding some sort of summit to try and address the subject Pepsi Issuing Doing Nationalized TV address, but those aren't the twos don't trump has ever used. He uses confrontation aggression. He punches people back in the face when they come to him. And the question is. has this made the situation worse? How much longer can go on like this? Before there is some measure of conciliation and people come together and start talking, but trump is given every indication that he wants to impose order. By whatever means possible involves calling in the army. He'll do that. Right now that's not helping. Is there a strategy to this? Is this something Donald? Ironically can use I am the only person who can bring back control to the city's type of thing with Donald. Trump's one of his main tricks is is this projection of strength. He regards that as his greatest political asset, he says and does things that no other politician would dare say or do, and that includes going toe to toe weeks, protesters. He to said that the killing of George outrageous disgusting. He's not challenging that what he's challenging of. Course is the civil unrest. The challenges to police on the streets violence and there will be many Americans who agree with him on that that. Polling Floyd's death was. This is no reason start destroying tearing up our cities. There's reasons to protest, but not to loot. To some extent, he will get that, but I think a lot of people even amongst his own supporters will say. That's a reasonable point to make. You need to restore order, but there's also a sense. The country's going up in flames. You have a combination of pandemic economic collapse. And all of this.

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"standard dakota uk" Discussed on The Leader

The Leader

11:06 min | 5 months ago

"standard dakota uk" Discussed on The Leader

"Just as infection rates. Start to fall. In many parts of the world. The government is finally announcing plans to bring in compulsory quarantine either writing travelers a dangerous in which case we should have been protecting ourselves from them since early. March or they are not in which case this policy is shown for what it actually is a bit of silly tokenism designed to make ministers look tough. The plan has been shop for the holes before to even started. Lorry-drivers will be exempt which you can understand but twi fruit pickers and perhaps racing car drivers to nor is their plan to enforce the rules. The police say they won't. This isn't going to work so we need a better plan. The government could start by agreeing restriction free routes to those European countries that have book corona virus under control if they are prepared to take passengers from Britain. That way we could go on holiday this summer. Save Airlines from bankruptcy and stay safe associated. Julian Glover joins me now Jillian. We've been in lockdown for a while. Now why haven't we also had quarantine rules in fact until early March march thirteen? There were rules that said if you come from a highly infected location you ought to self isolate not just want around you. Remember right at the beginning of all of this. We used to see scenes of British travelers from abroad flying into rif basis and being driven on coaches to special quarantine centers. Where had to eat terrible food for two weeks before they were released into the streets? Then we'll give up on that and at the moment. If you fly into Heathrow Gatwick find a plane to take you in you. Go through immigration. You're told maybe where a mosque not made to told probably don't use public transport but you don't May to and you just wonder off into the country. That's going to go for a couple of weeks we're about to get quarantine we are by the evening standard calling it. A silly tokenism version of quarantine. What's wrong with it? Well a lot of people are saying and they're right that it's first of all too late we should have done it sooner. People coming in are often coming in now from countries that have less corona virus as they're not a threat we are so it's too late that thick of it. The governments finally caught up with where it should have been a couple of months ago and second according to rules for everyone just going to work if more people arriving airlines increased the number of flights a little bit with still getting thousand people a day so through Heathrow for instance trying to make them more quarantine home without any structure as to how this is to do it without any way of checking. They're following the rules. The police say they won't crested Dick. The Metropolitan Police Commissioner says it's not her job to go round. Checking people are staying at home. There was talk inside. Government of Border Force doing the organization at check passports and immigration can barely do that accurately will check how many people are in the country. Let alone drive around. If people have locked down as the rule say they should Michael. O'leary who runs Ryan as the rules would be absurd newbies. Good to follow them. That's probably true so that we probably ought to be finding out who's actually a threat because they've come from a country that has a high risk of infection at the moment. Maybe someone who flies in from Rio de Janeiro in Brazil where infection rates going up in the government's really trying not to control it very much. They ought to be asked to quarantine we'll to focus on them to use things like the APP if that starts happening to to make sure they aren't going out breaking the rules and then other people who've come from places where the infection rate is low so Denmark so we're like Greece perhaps which wants holiday makers maybe Spain soon as it recovers. Italy is it opens for tourism. At least large parts of Italy should be able to come in without quarantine so we actually have an intelligent kind of quarantine not a blanket. Rule coming a blanket rule because it sounds tough. And it's easy to announce very hard to enforce. Yes this something like Ed Bridges which we've talked about on the PODCAST before confronted getting. What are called bridges these links to key countries that might allow tourists in without quarantine? Allow THEM BACK INTO. Britain without quarantine is actually quite difficult because it involves the government negotiating with other European countries. It's not very good at that. The moment it votes making choices always difficult. They'll be what Greece was okay. In Spain and one final thing it involves equipment omitting the coronavirus here has been worse than lots of other places. So it isn't the healthy Brinson is trying to quarantine it so from the world as the message seems to be it's the world which is increasingly healthy may want quarantine itself from Britain at least until we can get infections and deaths right down so it would be scary to say. We want to reach with Greece. And find the grease didn't want us. It would be embarrassing to try to do an airbridge with Mallaig or Alicante and find that they're welcoming in Germans but not Brits so perhaps for now it's easier for the government just to have according team for everybody to hide from the fact that maybe we wouldn't be able to travel very much until we kit infection rates right down and we're not doing that as fast as some of our European rivals are whatever the thinking behind it three months late a blanket quarantine announcement coming in June is completely ridiculous and it won't last very long. You can read Matt hancocks article in the Evening Standard or Standard Dakota UK next there. Is this this fear that we're doing things in in the right or wrong way and also about being judged had safely? Get A pint this bank holiday with your sheets. There are still limits. What you can do outside this bank holiday happen on. The current covid saying legislation in restrictions. Coming on the region is to provide safety for people West Midlands. Police have released video showing off as as breaking up a launch social gathering. But if there's just you in one friend and a lot of space you can get out at the sun and there are things to do evening. Standard's the without mirror eventually bought a real drink from a real ball. I stumbled across rostrum. That's being quite invented with the way that it's doing things at the moment. I'm Dave couldn't off the entrance that it's operating as the takeaway it's providing locals with apple's Fritz in crony before Knowsley Q. As you would in any of the supermarket situation of moments when you get to the front of that queue you in a position where you could older yourself anais drink. And it's absorbing CPAS SUNNY. It made for love the atmosphere. They were even bossing out a bit of music. The some lives on taxes. While if you wanted to to to solve this evening some garlic pizza Brad. So very excited. It was actually quite sweet to see the this community come together instead of Sharah moment and I think that the mole the rules change and in people lent become flexible with that. Businesses will be seeing that kind of stuff in the streets. Did it feel a bit elicit arriving? I'm sure you're you're you would never the pass. Underage sneaked into a bar. Any time in your life but did it kind of have that little frizzell of excitement about getting something that you're not supposed to have. Suddenly there is in front of you. I always extremely well behaved however I think you could sense. The people didn't quite know if this was allowed or not. So I think if I think it does Like I said it's will the rules. That was a moment when a police fad drove past. And it was full of police actually. So they're sort doing the rounds on everyone and they didn't think anyone was actually daring thing wrong because they just let everyone carry on about their business so yeah I think people will worry that it was listed actually wasn't and the police seem to think so so it's all goods a do wonder though there is a fairly serious point there about people kind of not really sure what they can and cannot do because this is so new to us and you know everyone's trying to follow the guidelines as much as they should link in truth those guidelines are quite good in some cases. And it's about using your common sense but your there is this fear that Doing things in the right or wrong way and also about being judged I think people in Nevis about in telling friends or family that they met up with his personal in whatever. It may be even. If it's it's under the strict new guidelines on which of course we still be sticking to but we'll adapting it's a big learning curve and the other thing is I'm someone that has That lives by myself. I've spent the last ten weeks or however long it's been by myself. I'm usually a berry break sociable person and and actually now going back in seeing not one person the day is kind of a new experience in itself you know. I think this is it. People will find know. Go get their heads around now. Actually going back out and doing stuff. There are a few places open in London around the the rest of the UK. Did you find that people were talking to you? Even though you've never met them did kind of have that kind of atmosphere out it. Yes it does and actually that as someone that is a big tool whilst Sean Anyone the thing that that's kind of quite charming is that people I find are more friendly and more caring and you know I'm going for a stroll myself I find that I'm interacting with people whilst keeping my distance much more so than I usually would underneath made people more open. I think it is this sense of as all being in something together this this walls. That is the upside. What's happened and it goes evening. Standard and online has lots of ideas and suggestions for people in the things that we can do. Whether the going I still deciding to stay in. Doesn't it it does so if you had to our website we this rolling guides? We've got London indoors. Which is one section? The cavs says she all the stuff that you would usually be able to go and do like h restaurant but in your own home and also as part of our lifestyles extra would go healthy home. So how you can kind of workouts and again every day where updating that and figuring out what new stuff we can do. But that's face to go. If you want inspiration will you be going out with his bank Of You had enough where you're going to venture back there and definitely venturing back out. I think the lab is nice. Isn't it I'm sitting here going to go with the bat stroll and me talk with a friend at a time? Yeah I'm getting back into it a show. You might find me outside. I knew queuing something..

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06:27 min | 7 months ago

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"And had been expected for a while but the Tokyo Olympics will not be happening this year. More than six hundred thousand overseas visitors would expected to travel to Japan for what is the world's biggest sporting event. Our sports correspondent Matt. Magendio joins me now in math. What's happened to you so take your twenty twenty? Both the Olympics and the Paralympics have been postponed until next year. The decision was reached by both the Japanese Prime Minister. Shinzo Abe and the International Olympic Committee President Thomas Bach via telephone conference call. They held today and a myriad of sporting shutdowns across the globe. This is undeniably. The biggest. The first time Olympics has ever been delayed in its history. Sure the Games of being cancelled in the past on three occasions. Nineteen sixty nine thousand nine hundred forty nine hundred forty four because of the world wars but never delayed now both camps have repeatedly pushed the official on at the. Games will go ahead as planned. But the magnitude of the corona virus has been felt with nearly four hundred thousand cases worldwide. This decision became inevitable really some time ago. Health concerns aside and a lot of countries that extracts suing who cycling velodrome was shot and meant potential. Olympia Paralympian simply couldn't train. An objection was growing from bodies in Britain in America Australia Canada etc. And so as I said it meant that delay was inevitable so that original stock dated Olympics of July. The twenty four th has now shifted to an unspecified date but one that they've said we'll be no later than the summer of twenty one despite that shift in date. It'll still bizarrely. Keep the name. Tokyo twenty twenty. What does this mean for the Olympics when the our eventually held in Japan now the ramifications the organizers a huge already these games have cost an estimated ten billion pounds and the Japanese government had pushed back and previously on any postponement? Because they were warning that some of those venues might not be available to us in a year's time also. I spoke to one leading sports lawyer. Who Said and he warned that the legal and financial repercussions. This could run on and on even past the date of the Rearrange Games themselves and could run into the region of billions of pounds so there's a massive logistical operation. There's beginning now. Where by the Japanese government Tokyo Twenty Twenty officials the irs and the various international sporting federations. We'll have to get together to see what date might be possible on the two thousand twenty one calendar and for a host of potential Olympians and Paralympian across the globe. It effectively ends their season and immediately shifts the focus two years time and we have more coverage of the Olympics assuming online at Standard Dakota UK. Via that's Joe. Wicks a youtuber formerly well known as the body coach now. He's become famous as the nation's gym teacher his first two classes for children who've been watched by millions as parents try to keep the kids active in south isolation and a little less board a features writer. Katie strict had an old fashioned telephone chat with him for the newspaper and she's with renew. Zoom Katie chose become a bit of a stall for this new era and he certainly has. Yes I think. Even he was surprised by how quite how successful it was yesterday. Eight hundred thousand. People live streams I'm lying in bed and Arctic on a tour this week type. Twenty six thousand schools apply on China's twelve schools is going to be without the country lying down the schools Sean. I'm not gonNA give off an awful. They're going to stay one way trip. Currently we can do something can be there for the pay. Say now unlike me your intimate exercise your cell phone you Katie. Few tried out any of these workouts. It's funny you actually. I did yes. It was the first time I've ever had has interviewed Ups I was planning on during lunchtime workout yesterday anyway so when when JC yesterday into your thought this is my perfect chain. Tayo be rude to interview him without trying myself. Say I am. She didn't stop midday before I had my lunch and gave to try and my living room to just listen. It was great. It was really good for stretching when you ask desk day and I definitely felt of a revived off to its adults. Abandon G when it came around to inspiring him which was necessary because he was full of energy to be school's back so this is a long term commitment from am. I'm just not. This is more mixed and this is my purpose and is family out now. I love it. I love the slots this works sets from your leg. So we're GONNA DO SIT DOWN. Stand up as this lockdown continues. We're going to start to see more people like Joe Wicks. Becoming kind of lockdown stars really sort of doing things that capture the public's imagination and and helping them out absolutely. I mean I know lots of land. In Gyms and and yeager instructors have set up very similar live blackouts live streaming services on instagram and Youtube. But outside of fitness as well I actually tried a virtual choir last night so on Monday nights I know many J. acquire hustle incriminate where I live bunch. That wasn't on so I change into gas-mains live ye cheap quieter hassle Which was Great Sean? And again he can see one of us. 'cause we're just too many people around the world cheating and we could see him in his living room doing a joe whic style video and he actually admitted himself that he did. Jay Rex's workout yesterday as well. So everyone's watching everyone already rented. You can read Katie's interview with Joe in the newspaper and online at Standard Code UK. And that's the leader. Subscribe to your podcast provider and give us a rating to. We're back tomorrow at four PM..

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08:38 min | 7 months ago

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"Taking from the Evening Standard editorial column. This is the leader for the whole thing. Pick up the newspaper owner to Standard Dakota UK slash comet in a moment. What should the government be saying about KUNA virus as the cars packed into Richmond? Park on mothering Sunday. With few obvious signs of social distancing. It was almost like this. You're endangering the community and you make it more difficult for us to get on and protect and save lives had never been sad by the prime minister just two days before and of course just an hour. So after Boris Johnson made that statement on Friday. Evening some of the pubs at had been urged close through open their doors and welcomed patrons inside as it was no different to any other night during rush hour in London. People have been taking photos of chew cottages filled with passengers. Social media has been aflame with accusations of irresponsibility by the public for the evening. Standard EDITORIAL COLUMN SAYS PEOPLE SHOULDN'T BE SO quick to judge. It's reasonable of our leaders to warn of tighter restrictions if we don't follow the current ones Bif- the prime minister and the mayor of London have done this in the past twenty four hours but they are not saying the same thing. What we need is a single plan backed by simple advice which everyone in authority sticks to and advanced by putting rocket boosters under communications that means public service ADS ON TV and in the press and flooding social media sites with trusted official information. Don't blame people for breaking rules until they know what they are and make it possible for people to stick to them. Has the government got this wrong? I'm joined over zoom by Tony Blair's former communications director Alastair Campbell. Ouster is the public ignoring the government or the government not getting the messaging. I didn't the gums. Messaging is getting through because yesterday you know he had a situation where on the one hand or has chosen was saying that rebound to send out over me letters to people who will stay three months which is quite a big deal for anybody on the other hand. You have to assume that among those people yesterday where people who were probably taking the children and grandchildren to playgrounds. And he's saying what is very important to keep the programs open the attention. I feel sometimes is that they keep saying they're being guided by the science explaining science. Chief you saying you being guided by the science explain it wrote is not a NAS making me. Think Union abolished now being guarded by the science. And then these kind of slogans they keep coming you know whatever it tastes and the other day she. She not doing his presentation at the end of every program. Whatever it is like I say whatever it takes I mean. Just give it up. Just explain and stop. The kind of you know. Hammering the slogans and so forth. I think the slogans matter do matter if you're going to say whatever it takes takes means closing schools before you did it. So how do you fix that then because you do have this contradictory situation where people do need to stay indoors but we also need to get outside to exercise? How do you get into one? Single simple message will thing. Johnson has shown himself to be good at in terms of campaigning. Whether it's get brace done. Take back control folk. You can drive through a message. What I think is different about. This is the is multipronged complex on these still in that mode of trying to pretend that his old 'cause dre forward the key to me for a leadership role in crisis. Communications is taking the public into your confidence about the decisions that you make why you making was the thinking behind them in depth watches the so for example the other day he comes along one day he saying absolutely no need to close down big events like full. Jusin most meeting races not too then when it happens with the same conviction as you said that you shouldn't do them now that we should relation really in terms of data figures policy. Thinking no explanation. Why you've gone from. An eight is x in such as speedy time same on the schools and then to announce this goes not listen. I get this is really difficult when you're trying to put together something like us on a key list who's a key work who's not and you know that if you talk to the local governments get out get out get. Olga into as he does make these big nouns I get. I think he's good to have expos around. But don't when you're Zepa chucking the ball to the expert what he's doing he's communicating A. Don't know the answer now. We've obviously never been in this situation before but bad as the kind of thing the government's prepare for. Is this the sort of thing that you prepared for? Juuling your time at Downing Street and how big a problem is a pandemic for the UK. It might time attorney. Bladders are about five genuine slow blown. Crises Iraq Kosovo Nine Eleven Foot Mountains fuel purchased the loss of others that maybe go close but they were full. They felt like full in crisis. This is that times quite a few okay. And it's more complicated and in many ways difficult some of the principles have not changed. And I think that all the planning that you do I think is useful but I doubt with a most of the people who are the top table of decision making now actually too much positive not planning because you know Harold Johnson being prime minister about long how to keep people and then they wanted to beat them crisis management courses and stuff so that's why ultimately you do have to rely too you know pretty considerably stand on those who have put in place is you need. And then after that them and this one for sure I can remember mentioned Kosovo. We had to adapt the structures. That were that very very quickly and we did that. Fine Okay in the end but I think with this. I read something over the weekend. Said will cabinet. Secretary had reorganized adopted. They sort of the structure is definitely the right thing to do. You have the planning but ultimately once you're into it you probably are going to need to adapt pretty quickly and do it in in a way that may have some gun. Line Principles with different arguments have imagined next. Hopefully you know the government are going to get people. Try and get people home. But it's just like you're in a safe place wherever you are. You know. Glad to be alive. What happens when you're in a foreign country that closes its borders? And you'll still there in the early hours. India's one point. Three billion people were put into Karuna virus lockdown the measures vary according to different parts of the country. The national rail systems being shot so his public transport and the borders are closed. That's trapped ex. Pats from all over the globe. Who now have to find accommodation and support for an uncertain length of time in a foreign country the evening standard. Joe You'll send this report from the South Western state of Gore India. Got Its fast. Nationwide taste of what those in. Europe happened calling lockdown on Sunday here. Prime Minister Narendra. Modi named it jumped a curfew in a speech on Friday. He asked the country to respect his request to stay home between seven. Am and nine PM. And since then it's been extended after. The trial began until Wednesday this week to try to curb the spread of the virus. He warned India's residents against gathering in large communities but he also told his people they will fight the menace off caveat nineteen together.

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06:36 min | 9 months ago

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"In a sealed area outside the Lavar Tricia and Hannah forensic officers in white suits or examining a murder scene? Here are some of the victims of Tobias are in a series of drive-by shootings in the market town east of Frankfurt. He killed nine people in an attack. Being treated as domestic. Terrorism carried out by far fanatic. The Evening Standard's Allen Hall is in Berlin Alan to the best of our knowledge. What happened in China? The police were called to the center of Hanauer town of about one hundred thousand people not very far from Frankfurt Germany's financial capital around ten o'clock last night and what had happened was a gunman in a black. Bmw drew up and started shooting indiscriminately at Young people in a lounge these bars across Germany that don't serve alcohol but appeal to immigrant immigrant communities who like to go there and smoke molasses based tobacco in in hookah pipes and He murdered five people. There including a twenty year old Bosnian a young Turk and a Polish waitress he moved onto another Sheesha lounge across town only about a kilometer and a half two miles away and killed a further. Four people victim. There was a thirty five year old pregnant woman among them he's black. Bmw was found abandoned outside. It's believed that the registration of that allow please to storm a house at three in the morning and they're fine body of Tobias forty three year old German national dead alongside the body of his seventy two year old mother who he had killed and the drama essentially was over because please said after initially thinking there may be more than one shooter that he was the only perpetrator. The drama may have been over island. But that's where the police investigation begins. Why are they tying this man to the fall right? He left behind in his flat rambling. Twenty four page letter in which he railed against people such as the Israelis north African saying they should be exterminated and also a video message in which he launched a bizarre Tirade Against Devil worshippers in America. Some of the video message was actually in flawless. English it's been a as you might imagine a tremendous shock for Germany not only because of the numbers of loss of life but because it brings into sharp focus. What experts have been saying for some time that the NEO Nazis are on the rise are arming and pose a very very dangerous threat to society? Yeah how worried has Germany being about that potential rise of the far right the warnings happy never some time from some people yes? This is the third far-right attack that claimed life in a year. And of course the most deadliest. This has been building for about the last five years. Ever since Angela Merkel's decision to allow close to a million refugees from the from Syria and other war-torn land in the Middle East. And this is the great bogeyman for Germany. The rivers urgent far right given the country's Nazi past people are saying. It really is a massive wakeup call. And how is the government responding to this then if the people of Germany are concerned about the far? Right that rise of far-right? We now have this incident. You've talked about those. Previous incidents won't can the government do well. The trouble is of course like any society. I mean same in England with With terrorism more or indeed anywhere in the world that we know that the forces of law and order working hard to keep us safe and they say in Germany that many many attacks have been thwarted. The trouble with the Neo Nazi now is that it is fracturing alone. Ira cell type line. So one sale in one of the sixteen federal states will not know what the other is doing in order to maintain secrecy. We do know that they. They have stopped power weapons that they go for shooting weekends. Czech Republic and other remote places. The government promises efforts will be redoubled to counter this threat. But today's really is day. For for cancelling official engagements for instance in Munich. Today's the today next Tuesday rather is a very famous fasching. Deans Taga Ma'am fat Tuesday Mardi Gras which has been cancelled in honor of the victims. And but there's no they're under no illusions that it is a very dangerous situation and Heiko mass. The foreign minister said that he confirmed he said the far right is unfortunately on the rise again in Germany and you can read more of Alan halls coverage in the Evening Standard newspaper or online at Standard Dakota UK. Next people he would never think of stopping to go into art gallery or to watch the film of his life or any of those. Are The things will? Hopefully I know we're moving towards a cashless society. Loonies tight but I mean. Hopefully they'll stop looking at it. Arts correspondent rob decks on what's about to become tunnels best known artwork itself portrait on a twenty pound note who wants a priceless artwork for twenty. Quit well now. Sort of can have won the new twenty pound note features self portrait of J M W Tana replacing economist Adam Smith and one of his most famous paintings. The Fighting Evening Standard's editorial is welcoming the changes. The new twenty pound note might seem solely a celebration of tradition but it is worth remembering tunnel was a radical in his day whose other works included slave ship and eighteen. Forty painting created to expose the exploitation and horror of slavery. It means the new not one that everyone should be happy to.

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02:36 min | 9 months ago

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"Next the damage and disruption caused by storm Dennis. They've been clearing up in south Wales after Storm Danas broad wind and rain across the weekend in London. Hundreds of commuter train services were cancelled or delayed as railway because battled to repair the damage to lines more than six hundred flood. Alerts remain in place across Britain Jonathan Prince assessing the damage and Johnson. This is to storms in as many weeks but London got off somewhat lightly with the swim it did. I mean it was windy. We had GAELS. It was running like crazy for my Sunday. Our which is normally not good news for the the Monday starts To the to the working meat for London but there was a warning for this storm The the mess office talking about it about five or six days out and the worst of it does seem to have Hit the Elsewhere in the country and I know some services that went running this morning some flooded tracks around around the commute network and a couple of landslides but Certainly I think Londono her all dunstable on on Dennis. You're GONNA west well. As ever Darrow. Westcountry south Wales flooding was those parts of the country. That always seemed to be in the line of fire when these storms barreling from the Atlantic and on the first land I hit is Is those areas to the to the west of the British isles and they they bear the brunt of it by the time and reach. London wind sweets slightly lower. And there's not quite so much rain. Is this over. Now we done with stolen fin- it's the the crystal time it's one of those phenomenon we just don't know how many of these storms we're GONNA get. We'RE ONLY ON DENNIS. Which is four in given that though the mouth of basically and I think in the PK. I think we went to about thirteen or fourteen named storms so the potential is there for several more thought before the winter is out. They tend to Peter Out When when the spring warm weather comes but I I certainly don't time to unbutton the hatches. Or what are the opposite is of battening down the his and you can get weather updates online at Standard Dakota UK and also keep up to date without audio billiton's available through smart speakers just as the news from the evening standard.

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10:53 min | 9 months ago

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"Services could be running by the end of the decade. HFS To finally gets the green light wind the evening standard wanted to start without delay and he was clearly a very popular member of the pembroke. College Edge Oxford's Middle Common Room. He Iran. The Bar ahead of the New Hampshire primary. We take a look at the Democrat's surprise. Front runner booted edges. Early years is at Oxford University Taken from the Evening Standard's editorial column. This is the leader for the whole thing. Pick up the newspaper or had the two Standard Okuda UK slash comet in a moment the deportation flight. It's taking some offenders to Jamaica but left others behind while demonstrators protested outside parliament element last night lawyers for passengers on a deportation flight to Jamaica. were making their case to the appeal court very late. The ruling came ordering the Home Office not to carry that the scheduled flight as planned over concerns mobile phone outages had stopped. Some of the proposed passengers getting legal advice. In detention attention. It went ahead anyway but with twenty five of the original forty two people not on board a home affairs at his a modern Bentham. Is he amount. who was on this plane? Well the people are being deported are a group of Jamaica nationals who have committed serious offenses the question mark over the case some of their cases at the very least from the campaign groups and from Labor and so on is that some of them came over here as very young young children. Some of them came here as children. Who are much older oversee? We're not quite sure of every single individual in there but there will be promoting people who are adults when the came him over as well but the the folks on those who came here as children don't have a great deal of connection or or any connection according to those who represent them with Jamaica and fill their lives are here and they're being unfairly navy removed from this country and the idea is that because they grown up in the the UK they will more the UK's problem than Jamaica's and was unfair to send them across to that country that's what the allegation is. Although although the resent argument whose responsibility they all an also the debates tends to becoming a little bit from in particular cases that we're hearing about from the individuals themselves not about the more responsibility of the countries concerned his early but about the plight of the individuals and the fact that they're being as they ripped out of where they where they grew up where they we know into an environment which they in essence see as a an alien foreign environment to them even though technically they all of that nationality now as I understood it the flight has gone but I thought that the Court of Appeal had ordered it to not leave. How does that happen? What actually happened? was that the the. That's been a problem with phone signals. Oh to phone signals in the area of the detention centers whether held and the AH campaign group called attention action. which been fighting very tenacious battle on this aisle argued in essence that they weren't able to get the proper legal advice and the Court of Appeal and late night ruling upheld that that the ruling therefore they could not be deported unless the Home Office was satisfied and could could show that they'd had access a proper phone signal and access therefore to legal advice which people are entitled to you before they're removed so those twenty five remain in the country and as things proceed pete sometime it could be some time? It's impossible to predict in any of these types of cases how long it takes and the the simple the matter. Is that these deportation. Flights do not take place. Every other day that they take some time to organize and s it could be a considerable time and of course many of the May end up getting bail than it could be an issue with whether they then all whether they attend whether they comply with any subsequent deportation orders Zolak Alaska complexity. And the whole point is that That they include some people committed who've committed offenses such as rape manslaughter. Found defenses. Defenses that they've done bad things. That Council committees in in some cases. We don't know all their offending his three and their personal circumstances but some of them have tried to claim. I'm at the very least that they have only made one mistake in their lives and the being punished for it. Well we don't actually know at this stage the precise detail of every single case in exactly their personal personal circumstances And so I think our position would be that you need to look very carefully at the individual cases but the print bore broad principal. It is correct that if people who are not pretty citizens ineffective abuse hospitality of this country. How long they've been here? That there is a price has to pay some times and obviously most people don't commit these types of crimes and the public these does need protecting from people missing serious chronic next. HFS Two is good. It's behind schedule. It's over budget but hfs to is going go ahead we can consign the next generation the overcrowding standing up in the carriageways all we can have the guts to take your decision uh-huh Matahari unlike the party opposite by the way this is big No matter how difficult and controversial that will deliver prosperity into every part of the country. At least most of its going phase one connecting London to Houston and face to a which goes to crew have been approved face to be between Manchester and Leeds his under review so as we draw. This plan asked whether it's phase to be or not to be that is the question is a big question is how we can bring a transport. Revolution to the North soon-ae yea together. This revolution in transport in local national transport has the potential to be truly transformative for the entire country. The gallstone phase one is projected at thirty five to forty five billion pounds. Total cost could be more than one hundred billion for the Evening Standard's editorial column column says it's a project that has to be completed. It's hardly surprising that Boris Johnson has seen since no administration serious about leveling up parts of the country cancel the single most important project to rebalance the economic geography of England. Good no prime minister. He quite rightly likes to be associated with big infrastructure could council the biggest infrastructure protected them all and that's cut to the chase the conservative party trying to win reelection. This may Andy Street. The mayor of the West Midlands was going to go ahead with count solution which he said would set back. The revival level of the area by decades Mr Street was right and the Downing Street advises who've been overruled a wrong. HFS To is a huge boost. For the Midland's AMC the north of England more buses and cycle lanes are fine then a substitute for this transformational scheme and you can read comprehensive coverage of the chest to announcement in the evening standard or online at Standard Dakota UK. Now in the Iowa caucus was a disaster for the Democrats accounting shambles from which clear winner emerged. Tonight go again this this time. It's New Hampshire voting for its pick for the party's nomination to take on. Donald Trump polling suggests Bernie Sanders and Pete Buddha judge of the front runners smist Buddha judges the outsider who few had heard of except perhaps in Oxford. The man who would be president studied philosophy politics and economics at university there and the Evening Standard. Sam Fishwick been looking at what he got up to as a student. Sam What did you learn. He was clearly a very popular member. of the Pembroke College Oxford Middle Common Room he Iran bar which is always the key to many friendships university Anyway he introduced a whiskey club so he had a lot of extracurricular activities when he wasn't reading Joyce studying economics so Learning philosophy is a busy man he certainly. It gives the impression of being someone who's very serious and probably set his sights on being the president. Early is there any on him. Sam Well we know he's not his way onto its reported. I should say that. He's not his way onto a a North Sea freighter when he needs to lock himself away and revise phrase his finals which is one way of getting a little bit of peace of mind. How'd you sneak onto a North Sea freight? Yeah this is something. I don't have the right. This this is this is again part of this. Apocryphal Pete. Buddha Church A reported story a roommate story story story whispered in the in the annals of College Law But I'm told that was it. It was such a vacation troupe at pembroke at the time that this was This is the only place to get an as that of peace and quiet seems to have studied hard then during his time. What do people remember most about? And then what kind of things are they. Talking about. People Birmingham Giving fantastic speeches. He presented one of the three College dinners at is said to have spoke phenomenally. You know he was a it was a team player Volunteered for anything. He put his name to and clearly a high valued member of of this of in pembroke community. So what was he doing here. Why was Yep Hamburg? He won a Rhodes scholarship Which I'm sure we'll know is what brought Bill Clinton to in the first place so again? You're saying this sort of pathway to the White House being set out from a very young age age or the Rhodes scholars will always tell you that in fact the presidency was far too sorts of on coup for Rhode Scholar..

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"Hi. I'm David Moslem. The Chairman of Twenty Mayor Candidates Shown Bailey's campaign has written for the standard about London's crime problem problem crime is clearly the biggest thing that is the biggie. Stereo Palm hands also spoken to our city hall. Edit of Ross lytle well how will the Conservatives overcome sitcoms big lead heading into the election hand music that they have probably heard but not probably Discovered where it's come from where it originated from and the influence it has Londoners the Museum of London's opening its own record could store to celebrate the city's links with dub reggae taken from the Evening Standard's editorial column. This is the Lido for the whole thing. Pick Cup the newspaper ahead to stand the DOCO. UK slash comment in a moment the conservatives are attacking city kearns record on crime as London. Mayoral election approaches this. I'm Greg Hands. The former government minister has been appointed as Tory. Mayoral candidate Shaun Baylis campaign chairman and written in the standard about what he sees as the city's the need for the mayor to relentlessly bad down on crime just like Rudy. Giuliani did with a zero tolerance. Approach that cleaned up New York in the ninety S. Editorial column says it's going to be a hot issue in May's election past contests have focused on things such as housing clean air and transport. They will be important at this time. But there's no doubt about the biggest issue crime. The conservative candidate. Sean Bailey is making a strong case. The story of one thousand nine hundred and will be a record amount of homicides in London. That's individuals devastated. That's communities afraid. He he grew up on a council estate. Nickel fell tower. He founded a youth charity and advised the prime minister. He knows the dangers of gang violence. Of course Londoners will want to hear what Mister baileys actual plan is. You'll need to do more than promised to crack down until face. A serious is challenged from other candidates. Such as Rory Stewart the most important thing to address it in the short to bring violence down immediately is to to get policing late. He says he wants a lot more police on the streets. You'll need to explain how he plans to do that. The man who holds the job now Labor's the city Khan also says he has a plan at long last backing a public health approach which works with young people but he'll have to defend record. The has seen crime rice. Invested in with the root causes of knife crime that means infested inner cities for young people. He comes out on top. London needs action in City Hall added so raw sliders interview. Greg Hands folded paper. And he's with me now. Ross we're going to dip into your dictaphone to hear what Greg told you But it's crime with a conservative thinks that he can is the most vulnerable. Yes crime is definitely the number one priority for Sean Bailey. And his team and the reasons quite obvious there were one hundred forty nine homicide investigations opened by police last year. That's the highest in eleven years. And and the thing that CDC cans record on crime simply not good enough and his weakest sports on. That's what they're aiming as their number one priority. Which is what Greg handset? I said to you in that interview is clearly. The biggest phoning dash is the biggest area public and he's called for a Rudy Giuliani style style relentless beating on crime. Hasn't he ashtray. You know people who following American politics just know that Rudy. Giuliani is currently Donald Trump's lawyer and these rather embroiled in controversies. Shall we say but back in the ninety s Rudy Giuliani was groundbreaking mayor of New York Anti Until Until Police Chief Bill Bratton brought in this approach that was known as broken windows. which basically meant that by cracking down on Graffiti Violence Violence Brooklyn Windows litter and Soren? It removed what they believed to be. The environment for more serious crime and the figures do seem to show that concentrating chasing on the small things that help to prevent in the bigger things happening so Greek hands in a peaceful the standard say. PG'S TO D- Talks about to this accessory. Jason Giuliani in essentially echoes approach. We're talking marriage. Von Crime Burglary. Were talking about robbery as well. We're not talking in just about gang releases knifings in London Tokyo at London's crime problem across the board. It's what seeing as well that Sean Bailey has spoken about an enthusiasm to crack down on Kramer Radi last year. He came up with the idea of what he called operation. London ceasefire which would be approach from Cirque de one of becoming mere where he would essentially call in all the northern troublemakers. Those with criminal records of those known to be a a known to the police shall we say and basically saying enough is enough. Stop this no. I'm going to put up with it. This is something that was done in Boston. It was trialled from Boris. Johnson was made in London in Lambeth with lace obvious success but say the whole appreciate that Shawn Bayley a great Hans and his team believed that crime is a weak spot for city. Can and it goes. Greg hands was born in New York so he has some experience of that series of knowledgeable. Because this is this is London. It's IT'S NOT NEW YORK. It's a different city. Said ECON is quite far. Ahead of Sean Bailey. Think it's about twenty two points is that recoverable. Greg Hunts thinks thinks as he stayed four. Months is a long time in British politics. Your law can happen. Those bullets ECON veritable. He's somebody who has a a terrible track record on delivering and he saw the WHO in four years as a has simply not to live for London. Quite with a scale of deficit can change in the run-up to me would be a surprise. The most recent pool was at the end of November by Queen Mary University of London. which had CDC on forty five percent and Sean Billion Twenty three the benefits of the middle races the unusual unusual way that essentially it comes in the second during devoting to just two candidates and people second preferences in count as well so for example if some devoted flip day? More for Rory Stewart and then choose Sean. Billy's second choice should the leap day more. Should Rory drop in those folks Gaddi to Shawn's total orthopedics total. So there is that sense of things been annoyed but it's quite unusual in any previous race. Think it's ever been the case where somebody who was second the frustrating Dane Leapfrog to become sacond at the end. So it's a very big ask but Greg hands in recent good peasants. have on board for Sean East ineffective campaigner with locally in London. White he's been a former cabinet minister any does give the saints cantata degree of sort of rigor and Ueli you to Shawn's campaign. It's not it's not the but it's tough. Ask You mentioned Rory Stewart who we had on the podcast earlier this week. Is that an unknown quantity for Shaun Baylis campaign I think is under consent for Sean Bailey would be that a natural Tory portal's across London may be tempted by Rory Stewart And therefore potentially the Tory support could divide to some extent in between Shawn Bayley and Royce Shirt and therefore leave Siddiq. Khan out ahead is. It's really hard to measure at this stage. There's only been one proper opinion. Polls so far. What will be interesting in the next month? Two is essentially whither Rory Stewart's recognition amongst normal London's Raleigh just the political class of the media class if he starts to cut through and people understand who he is and what he stands for that could be a threat to Sean Bailey as it stuns Shawn's votes amongst typical alerts hotline Tori who has been holding up modestly bill. And you can read Greg Hands Article in the newspaper or find it online Ryan at Standard Dakota UK slash calment next. We've done a few you recognise and looked at record shops and I failed fail but we need to do justice. The Museum of London's Terry Delano Davis talks to the leader about the city's connections to dub reggae.

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