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Boris Johnson Receives Sue Gray's Partygate Report
"I want to update you on the breaking news. Boris Johnson will address the House of Commons at three 30 in Great Britain. It is now 1240 in Great Britain, and when he does that, we will know how deep the trouble he is in. I do not know what's in the gray report, nobody does. I'm looking at all the newspapers, the gray report is the report on the prime minister and his team partying during COVID lockdowns. It is grabbed him in a scandal, which is threatened to topple his premiership. The 1922 committee requires I believe 52 letters from members of parliament. Requesting a vote of no confidence, in which, of course, labor would join toppling the prime minister as happened to Theresa May because she fumbled on Brexit, Boris Johnson delivered on two years ago today, as a matter of fact, effectively getting Great Britain out of the European Union and God bless him for that, but will he survive this? I don't know. I don't know what's in the report, but I'm watching and keeping it in front of me every minute of every hour.
Families Recount Trauma at Sentencing for School Shooter
"The Colorado school shooter who was eighteen at the time of his crimes has been sentenced for Colorado high school student Devin Erickson is been sentenced to life without parole he was convicted of killing a teenager and injuring eight others at the Denver area stem school highlands ranch in twenty nineteen partnering with another student in an attack on a classroom of high school seniors watching a movie where hand cuffs red white striped prison suit and a blue mask Ericsson displayed virtually no emotion except for blowing his nose into the mask after his sentencing victims and families give emotional testimony on Friday about the lasting trauma from the shooting judge Theresa Michelle Slade told the defendant he had shown no remorse and failed to help a devastated community understand his actions I'm Jennifer king
The Other Mozart: Wolfgang's Sister, Maria Anna
"Some point. The enormity of his children's talent dawned on leopold. it wasn't just a father of two musical prodigies. But this was something that could open doors to royal courts all over europe in seventeen. Sixty two the wunderkind siblings performed for the emperor francis the i and empress maria theresa in vienna. This was their big debut in their first significant public performance. It took three weeks to travel from salzburg to vienna with two small children and put the family deepen dead however their performance was a smashing success. Leopold sent home the equivalent of two year salary after only a few weeks of performing in vienna with this success. They set out on a grand tour of europe visiting royal courts all over the continent at the start of the tour and seventeen sixty. Three wolfgang was seven and non role was eleven at the beginning of the tour. Non-royal often receive top billing in a letter home. Leopold wrote quote. My little girl plays the most difficult works which we have with incredible precision and so excellently. What it all amounts to is this that my little girl. Although she was only twelve years old is one of the most skillful players in europe and quote as they travelled leopold basically acted as an agent for his children. It wasn't just the royal courts in large capital cities where they performed they would also try to arrange performances in every city they visited and leopold would often put notices in local newspapers over the course of three years. The family worked their way across germany. Belgium and the netherlands with the furthest point being london on the way back home. They went through france and switzerland. During this trip wolfgang began composing furious pace including writing his first symphony at the age of eight maria. Ana often helps your little brother and writing down the music you wrote. They returned home to salzburg in seventeen sixty six and continued to make side trips to earn money including a return trip to vienna in seventeen sixty nine leopold set out again but this time he only brought wolfgang with him if maria ana had grown up in the present day she undoubtedly would have been one of the world's foremost musicians however she grew up in the eighteenth century and she was subject to the norms and the culture of that period once she reached an age where she could marry. She wasn't allowed to perform in public again. To do so would be
How God Arranged Mallory Millet's Meeting with Mother Theresa
"I have this attitude. That god's gonna make whatever he wants to have happened to me happen to me. So i'm not going to punch people out to be able to your mother theresa meet their breathlessly right shoving people out off into a ditch. So i meet the singer. So i just said to thomas. Let's leave because this is humiliating. And i can see that she's disgusted. She does not like being treated like a rockstar. She's not happy about this. So i said let's leave. Let's leave so we leave we and we're going to try to find a way out of this building and is this big church in the bronx some enormous cathedral or something. I don't know what it was but it was very hard to find your way out. We were going up and down weird always and things and suddenly. We came down some little stairs. Lisa had finally caught up with us and the three of us see little doorway down there that goes out to an alley and we said good. Good this way to get out. Don't tell me so mick jagger the yelling you're such your riot. This is one of the funniest people on earth people. This man is so funny. Anyway We head toward the door and justice. We opened the store onto this alleyway. Just back back. Thin little tiny alleyway. We opened the door. This pickup truck suddenly pulls up right in front of the doorway and stops. So we've opened the door. And the next thing i know. Mother theresa is her face is here. She sitting in the passenger seat of this pickup truck with the window. Open and all of a sudden thomson standing here. And here's mother teresa's is away from yours right why she is why i mean. First of all there wasn't even during a pickup truck. I what the whole thing was. So i was thinking driving an suv. Something no she. And how did she get from where she was right. And we did all told the padre peo- by location about that and imagine so anyway there. She is in the window to feed from my face and she said well. Hello and i said mother. Teresa a wonderful And she put out her hand. And that's what i was going to tell you. there was a handshake. Yeah and this handshake. Now this was before mick jagger a year before this was the most exquisite handshake that i have ever ever until that moment experienced in my life. That woman's heart and soul were in her handshake. The warmth the beauty of she was so warm and open to thomasson me. She chatted with us a little when she shook my hand. I kissed her hand. I was so moved by by god. Creating this insane coincidence this weird place where we we got our own private little moment with her in a truck and a pickup truck. And all i have to say is the two greatest handshakes i ever had in. My life were from saint and a bit of a
A Look at the Current State of Cyber Security
"L. o. Everyone this is allan shark and welcome to come. Tia's shark bites part of public technologies outreach to members and non-members alike in today. We have a treat. Today we're going to have a discussion conversation with dr theresa's custos terrific ascend that i've known for many many years and For those of you. Who are not familiar with this name. Someone who was the first president of the public technology institute although it was then public technology inc and I think you were the third or yes third executive director but the others had a very very short stint. You re pti some thirty plus years so tell us what led you. What led you to get into in the first place now I was just a young young kid with long hair. Just fresh out of college. And it was nineteen. Seventy one and the bigly session was on. And i send out eighty-one letters to go teach as all. Phd students that get their phd. Do and i got one rejection letter and eighty silences. I was desperate. And i went knocked on the door of the national bureau of standards back then it was missed today and they said we're interested in this set covering theoretical location. Packet that you've created for your mind to come work for us but you know what we're under job freezes well so we're going lend you to this organization that struggling to get started that was nineteen seventy one. And that was the technology advisory program assistance program technology calls you assistance program Had the ics may the international city management association.
The Real Story Behind The Don McGahn DOJ Subpoena
"Great website. Theresa Munro Hamilton reports that the Department of Justice under the Trump administration secretly subpoenaed information. And former White House counsel Don McGahn, a Democrat. Rep. Adam Schiff, it was leaked to The New York Times, of course, seem to be falling apart. There's no real spying allegedly took place. The story was written by Michael Schmidt. He's a hack Charlie Savage, a hack. Reported quote that the DOJ secretly subpoenaed Apple for personal information on again and his wife in February, 18. And then barred Apple from telling them about the reported move during that time period under a non disclosure agreement. The devil appears to be in the details here, and this may not be the breaking story. The media are apparently running with Schmidt tweeted quote New DOJ secretly subpoenaed Apple for personal info of Trump's then White House done council dime again and his wife in February, 18. The O. J. Bard Apple from telling them at the time, But three years later, May 21 Apple told them. It's unclear what investigation it was related to Clarifying an interesting tweet was then issued by Savage. The co author. Quote, Apple recently told Don McGahn, Trump's former White House counsel. That the Justice Department had secret collected data about his account of a February 2018 subpoena. Caution. You can't conclude from this fact them again was intentionally targeted. It began was not intentionally targeted. Then the whole story is evidently not what was purported to be, You understand, folks. That is for investigating a leak, and there's a whole bunch of people that they're looking into. They're not supposed to investigate a leak. Apparently, that's the case, particularly if it That benefits the Democrats and hurts the country. The accusations do not go into detail about the DOJ investigation. It's unknown what federal investigators were looking into. Even if McGann himself was their primary focus, or whether it was somebody had contact with Apple reportedly did not inform again what they had turned over to DOJ. Report did state that Apple received them again subpoena weeks after another subpoena was issue that was connected to leaks and the Russia probe. The subpoena involves records belonging to California Democratic representatives, Adam Schiff and Eric Swalwell. Again. The subpoenas were ostensibly an attempt to identify individuals who leak classified national security information. During Trump administration and were not specifically targeting shift. So they're throwing a
Israel Attacks Gaza Strip With Air and Ground Troops
"Israel's defense forces are continuing to strike targets in gaza rockets launched by hamas from within gaza are continuing to land in and around israeli cities. Since the start of the week at least one hundred nineteen people have been killed in gaza and in israel neither side is showing much willingness to scale matters. Down is the military or rhetorically as israeli troops and tanks deployed to the border with gaza. Israel's prime minister. Benjamin netanyahu has declared that hamas will pay a heavy price. How has warned of something similar in the event of an israeli ground. Salt well earlier. We spoke to so mark lyall grant from a uk permanent representative to the united nations mark also served as national security adviser to uk. Prime minister david cameron. And theresa may first of all doesn't strike you that there's any reason to regard what we're seeing in gaza now as different from the two thousand fourteen war. Well so far There'd be many fewer casualties. It's much shorter. In twenty fourteen more than two and a half thousand deaths senate went on for seven weeks and there was a a land invasion by israel of the gaza strip now. We haven't seen that yet. So i think the possibility of an escalating into what happened in two thousand fourteen is definitely there but i think there's also the opportunity potentially to avoid going down that track
Key Aspects of Teen Health, Explained
"Joining me today. Is elizabeth leopard. Elizabeth is a licensed nutritionist with a master's degree in clinical nutrition and works at our xetra office. Although our offices are still closed due to covid elizabeth and the rest of the nutritional weight and wellness dietitians and nutritionists are still meeting with clients via phone or zoom. Now elizabeth as i alluded to before you have a very real and up-close understanding of anxiety and the teen brain. That's right and thanks for the introduction theresa so yes i'm happy to be here with you today because like you explained as a as a child and teenager i did. Experience them Some anxieties so. I'm happy to share my personal experience with our listeners. Today especially if it can even help just one child teen though i but it will help a lot more than that hopefully so to give you a background of my childhood. I always started my day with a bowl of box. Cereal and skim milk pretty much without exception. I'm sure a lot of people can relate put by the end of first period of school. I could no longer focus. I could hardly keep my eyes open a draped myself through the school day. Because i had no energy and i had a hard time focusing as a dietitian totally understand why you became anxious and you were unable to focus whenever you ate that. Typical serial and skim milk breakfast that so many teens eat. Those are two among many reasons. Why i as a mom strongly encourage my kids to try and avoid high sugar processed foods most the time as a parent. I know my kids need to eat real food. Like maybe scrambled eggs with sauteed spinach and aside a strawberries but the message we want to share this morning is that nutrition plays a critical role in the ability of teens to function. Well teens and everyone actually young kids included right. And as i got older i realized that food affected my moods and my brain. So to keep my brain functioning. Well i needed to learn how to feed my brain. The right foods
U.S. COVID-19 Cases Rise Despite Vaccine Efforts
"The world is just reached three million covert 19 deads and here at home cases are growing. Mulenga reports. Health officials are on high alert after an alarming rise in covert cases, with infections increasing in more than half the country and deaths up 11% the increasing trends in cases, hospitalizations and deaths are very Concerning one big reason variants, particularly the one that originated in the United Kingdom, and that variant could be responsible for half of the cases all the more important to get your vaccinations, health officials say. Just his vaccine. Hesitancy is growing. Doctor Theresa Amato is in New York still know that the vaccines are safer than getting Coben assed, far as having adverse effects or death, So I would still encourage people there are shots available. Now I hate to see those slots go
COVID-19 Testing Down in the State of Washington
"Covert testing is down in the state compared to last winter because Kelly Blair reports state leaders want to remind people the need for testing remains important. Getting a covert test in Washington is now easier than it was last year, but fewer people are getting them. The emphasis is now on getting the vaccine, but doctors Theresa 40 knows the state's leader on Corona virus testing says These tests help them figure out the level of spread in the state. If you feel like you need a test to wanna test get attacked. I mean, they're more available and they were before we need to understand. You know what variants are circulating. In the last couple weeks about 20,000 people a day in the state have been tested down from a peak of 33,000 doctor for Tino says these results help Health leaders make decisions about opening up. Kelly Blier common
Who Killed Dr. Teresa Sievers?
"Theresa's seaver sister recalls the weekend of june twenty sixth twenty fifteen. The began celebration of their mother's birthday and abruptly ended as the last weekend the family would ever spend together. We enjoyed the weather the first day. It was beautiful and we swam in the pool and we relaxed in the sun sister's doing yoga. She prepared a beautiful dinner starting to cook for the weekend. And we just enjoy each other's company and had wine and laughed and played a lot of scrabble. 'cause it rained the next day so we just played a lot of scramble. Hanno 'cause much to our delight there was a piano there on my sister. And i played and we hadn't played in years. There was a lot of that these gatherings it was once a tradition to take a family photo together and so all the siblings significant others and grandchildren huddled around each other smiling knowing this family ritual would soon and forever be too painful to recreate as the family. Reunion came to a close that sunday. Evening theresa savers her husband mark and her two daughters drove south to laguardia airport. Which theresa would be dropped off for her flight. Back home to receivers was in fact. Dr theresa verse with a busy practice patients to see first thing monday morning. Mark and their two daughters would stay behind driving back up north to connecticut. Reuniting with theresa's mother and extending their vacation for the next several days theresa returned home just after eleven pm that sunday night and after parking the mini van in the garage placing our luggage near the front. Bumper theresa walked through the laundry room and into the kitchen where she would set her purse on the counter. Undoubtedly feeling that same sense of comfort. We all feel when we're finally back home. After a long day of travel but hardly a moment that past when an extremely loud crashing sound rang out like a gong being hit directly behind earlier that going off the kitchen walls and startling theresa with a terrifying notion that someone else was in her home. She turned around. The large man was already through the laundry room and standing in the kitchen doorway wielding a hammer and striking her in the head with three swift strokes.
Congressional Lawmakers Head To Texas, Concerns Of Overcrowding At Facility Holding Migrant Children
"Group of federal lawmakers are heading to Texas today to see the effects of the immigration surge. This one is being led by Congressman Joaquin Castro has concerns about overcrowding in the holding facilities for kids it's going to take. I want to say weeks, but I think it may be a few months before they're able to stabilize the capacity issue. The latest numbers show that CBP now has about 17,000 unaccompanied Children in custody. Today's group of Congressmen will visit the Theresa Springs office. Refugee resettlement facility at the border press will not be allowed inside, which is now standard under the Biden administration.
Biden urges UK and EU to preserve Northern Irish peace amid Brexit row
"Good. Friday agreement of nineteen ninety-eight ended thirty years of conflicts between mostly catholic nationalists fighting for a united ireland and mostly protestant loyalists who want northern ireland to stay part of the united kingdom. But now the accord is in jeopardy. According to david campbell chairman of the loyalist community's council. He's calling for dialogue with the eu and island to change the northern irish protocol. That he believes has breached fundamental principles of the original deal. This follows an announcement from loyalist paramilitary groups that they were temporarily withdrawing support for the peace agreement due to concerns over the brexit deal but it has further repercussions beyond europe to has been mcevoy news a political reporter and monocle twenty four regular and has been covering. The story is here to tell us. Good morning to you. Vinian thanks for joining us at. This is clearly a big problem. Here in britain and for the eu. Why is it resonating across the atlantic. Good morning yet has huge resignation across the atlantic you have a massive irish diaspora in america. One in ten americans consider themselves to be from irish descent. You go to the half american presidents having lineage and the man in the white house now is probably the most closely itunes irish issues. That has been since john f. kennedy and so we've now got the brexit arrangement in place in old nada and there was a reason why the northern irish people voted most strongly than any nation in the united kingdom to remain in the eu. Because it is a self-described post conflict society. Those wounds were still hearing and brexit has opened them up and caused issues and as well as the united kingdom and the eu the us will say played a big role in achieving peace in northern ireland. And it is worried that the westminster government has been to a reckless in its handling of northern ireland and things could start to come upon say loyalists particularly angry. We have to remember over the course of brexit with theresa may. She didn't have a majority off to the two thousand seventeen election. so she's struck this alliance with dp which is the main loyalist party. She gave them all kinds of funding for that backing To get her brexit deal through it contains something cold the irish back stock which they became unhappy with that it would have prevented having border arrangements of they were the ones who encouraged conservative backbenchers to keep looking at so now the situation is that. Despite bar johnson's promises he is betrayed. Loyalist parties in northern ireland in that he has allowed the creation of an irish seaboard between nineteen noland and the rest of the united kingdom. And so it is that that has enraged loyalists because they think that it is a barrier between them and the rest of the u. k. That isolates them and that it leads to more synchronization with the republican violence because north non has stayed in single markets and not go on with the rest of the united kingdom. So of course. We know that the have been major power players struggling currently with the brexit rules and their supporters. What does this mean for northern. Ireland's devolved government. Yeah we have to remember. The nolansville government was actually suspended for three years until january loss. If it had been an independent country it would have been the longest in europe to not have to working governments But what it means now is that we've had them up running for a year and all kinds of problems are coming up. So you know the prime minister. Boris johnson traveled. Auden's elliott this This month he actually didn't meet with chimp Sane the other main partners in that power sharing agreement that has said waves. That says you know. The the westminster copy relied on his effect on governors of. What's going on there. It's only dealing with one of the parties but the loyalists themselves having problems in their ranks. Because of this seaboard you had a administer effectively northern ireland a playing a sort of unilaterally moves late on friday nights a few weeks ago where he sort of blocks the construction of the border checks at poets and the hiring of staff unilaterally and that really set things off because they're just trying to frustrate the creation of this border which brussels assigned up to the uk has signed up to in law and for the first time last week the biden white house made clear that it supports the northern ireland tricycle. And that everyone else. Apart from the loyalist consider this now a settled issue to move on
In community and out of prisons
"In any given year hundreds of kids language behind bars in australia. The minimum age of criminal responsibility is ten in other words of both graded can be arrested and brought before corp camera is the only jurisdiction has taken steps theresa age this week on women on the line raise the age campaigner and solicitor. sophie Explains why locking up. Kids is not only traumatic for the child but exposes them to further And in the second half of the show to win times marissa's Chats bronwyn carlson a professor of indigenous studies at macquarie university. We want to thank maria for giving us permission to play his special international woman's day coverage but first up. Let's look at the campaign to raise their age. Welcome to woman on the line sophie. Thank you very hurt before we look at raise the age campaign. I thought it'd be important to discuss some of the issues that kind of a span the campaign. so let's stop from the top. What factors lead to youth offending proably aware but in australia children as ten year old can be arrested by police and putting the present. So we're talking about extremely young children when we talk about these ideas offending offending anything Maybe an out of home care who Throws them dinner across the room because they get frustrated right through to the things that we might move typically think about like lifting or Some sort of property graffiti something like that. So there's a whole Spectrum of how young people might get caught up in the criminal justice system aboriginal and torres to own the kids of on will likely to be picked up by police arrested put in prison cells than non indigenous kids and the reason that this is a combination of voice over policing so these kids just thing more visible to police and police targeting these these children more often and policies which make lot hotter for these keys high level of poverty and more insecure in unaffordable housing. Things like that got you. And so what happens when children do come into contact with the criminal justice system i had is there. Life generally pan out so again it really depends on who the child is So as i said keep the jiang. ten can come into contact with criminal justice system for that means they might be arrested by police. Taken to a police lockup cell or the night with they might be held that we brought before court and it will be decided what happens to that child Kids that i worked with minimum territory. you know often within sent to sent to juvenile justice detention centers so effectively presents You know where they can be held. If any length of time ed alternative of course his kids particularly to on average charge two kids who come from more privileged background. They might get diverted by police. They might be given a warning that might be taken hunch their parents so a lot hangs on how the police interact with the children. Right the reason. I ask that question was to sort of look at what happens. Like how does prison exists the issue so these kids are going in for minor problems but what does the criminal justice system due to them. Yeah so you almost nothing. Good comes out of the criminal justice system. All the medical evidence tells us that The younger child comes into contact with the criminal justice system. The more likely that they will stay engaged. So that means you know you pay if a kid is eleven years old when they first have contact with police them much more likely to later in life including when adult continue to have that that contact with the criminal justice system and there were lots of reasons to this. But they're all pretty simple when you when you take a kid a child away from their family away from schooling away from all those social structures and support if extremely traumatic for the child. A young person's brain is developing until the about twenty five itchy tilles very young so it disrupts the way brain can can form mature and clerk even basic things like egypt taken out of the formal education system. Says six months very hard for you to reengage with that when you get back. It's very hot. Eatery engage with your friends and your family and third. These kids have a lot of difficulty issuing than normal lives in the community officer being disrupted and very traumatic way by putting these children tension sensitive
3 Alabama professors on leave over insensitive photos
"Alex Hogan, three professors of the University of South Alabama, have been placed on leave pending an investigation. After racially insensitive Halloween photos of them surfaced. Finance professor Bob Wood was dressed in a Confederate soldier's uniform, while professors Alex Charlotte did Nance and Theresa. Well, D posed with a
Seattle City Council candidate was charged with assault, harassment after 2015 confrontation
"City Council candidates arrest several years ago has come to light as we hear from Kemal's Bill O'Neill. The Seattle Times reports. Mike McQuaid was charged with harassment in 2015 police report shows McQuaid became upset with some landscape working outside of his Wesley condo. And got into an argument with a man there. That led to McQuaid, threatening the man with a saw and throwing a rock at him, but quite agreed to a deferred prosecution. Gross misdemeanor charges were dismissed in 2018 after he served a year probation. He also spent 24 hours is part of a work crew. Cueto is running for council Position eight, which is currently held by Theresa Mosqueda tells the times what happened frightened him. He says he would have avoided the situation. If he had to do it over again and wishes he could take what happened back.
The History (and Erasure) of Black Brewers
"Despite the overarching image of whiteness. When it comes to beer there is a vast history of black brewing culture. Which like so many things has been largely erased from the history books and cultural consciousness. James bennett the second dove into this for a recent peace in eater. He acknowledges the huge influences of german and irish culture in america but points out. That's not the only source when it comes to beer quoting eater. The ancestors of african americans. They were fermenters. They were really good at making their own liquor and making their own beers and also making wine from fruit says the culinary historian and writer. Michael w twitty one of our african 'isms in fact was producing all of these things and one of the reasons why we did. That was because it was related to our traditional spirituality libation twitty. Ads is the heart of african spiritual worship. He recounts seeing this firsthand on a trip to takhar village in cameroon. They pull out a big ceramic vessel full of their traditional beer. He says and even though a lot of takhar our muslim this is one of the traditional religious practices that they keep alongside islam. What beer-drinking may be nonexistent on friday. Would he notes. You better believe that at social functions to honor youth. Celebrate a marriage or the deceased in the ground. Alcohol is poured out and passed among the elders and quotes alcohol and in many cases. Beer was and is important. Spiritually and culturally to many different communities in africa throughout the ages as european colonizers began enslaving people and forcing them to work on their stolen land. The knowledge and skill sets of many enslaved black people surrounding bruin were exploited quoting again. The prevailing image of enslaved black person is that of someone laboring in the fields were being ordered around the big house but american slavery built in sustained a pretty much every aspect of this american life and that included beer again the west african societies. From which so many bodies were stolen. Were no stranger to the mechanisms of fermentation. We know that. Enslaved africans and african caribbeans were brewing beer or were cultivating hops or other grains. That would have been used in the brewing process. Says theresa mccullough of the smithsonian's national museum of american history. Black brewing skill was no secret. She adds advertisements for enslaved. People who were skilled. Brewers -absolutely wanted posters that identified fugitives as skilled brewers or otherwise involved in the brewing industry. As american as apple pie. Peter hemmings enslaved at monticello was a master brewer and quote but even if their expertise was being used to produce beer many black individuals who were free at the time. Weren't drinking much of it. Part of it was because temperance. Got rolled into the abolitionist movements. Most abolitionists were anti alcohol. Seen it as a toxic influence and a tool of the oppressor now. That's not to say that all temperance advocates were abolitionists. Far from it but most abolitionist were teetotalers. But there is also a practical angle. Bennett explains black. People were wary of being taken advantage of by white people while drunk and also simply didn't have the money or time for drinking while they were figuring out more important matters like getting an education job and securing semblance of safety in a dangerous climate then in the second half of the nineteenth century beer and cider went from being a smaller mostly at home type of operation to a profitable business largely. Thanks to the influence of german immigrants in america and of course now that it was profitable. Black brewers were shut out and being that beer was now more something to be purchased at an establishment like a saloon versus consumed at home. Black people were also often refused service. Then prohibition hits and when it was repealed with many federal regulations in place breweries were fearful of being shut down so they leaned hard into patriotic. Branding the kind of whitewashed stars and stripes apple pie type of america that is definitively white as been it says. Advertising has more to do with what we buy than most of us care to admit and by his accounts that adds up with the consumer trends that we saw throughout the second half of the twentieth century as white flight brought middle and upper middle class white people to the suburbs where they could host parties at home and had a bit of bigger budget a lot of them swapped beer for cocktails and thinking that they could get them back with a beer that had as high as cocktails beer. Companies tried to sell the white suburbanites on malt liquor but the attempt flopped most likely minutes opposes. Because it's something of an acquired taste so then a pivot happened quoting again. How did malt liquor go from garden. Party aspirated two boys in the hood levels of despair. The exact y. Is a matter of law but jane. Nicole jackson beckham diversity ambassador for the brewers association has a pretty good idea. The story i've been able to get is that there was some kind of persistent market research saying that. Urban audiences make more purchasing decisions based on. Abc and that urban audiences tend to buy for volume. She says the decision was made to market malt liquor not as an upscale product but a specifically urban products and to put it in a large vessel boom the forty and quotes
The Moon Through the Houses in the Natal Chart
"Today we are talking about the moon through the houses in the natal chart. The moon symbolizes your emotions needs and how we respond to others and the world around us. I want to remind you there are twelve houses in the natal chart. You can go back to the old episodes to learn about the attributes of each house and wherever the moon sits in your natal chart in one of these houses shows. Were you can get a little emotional. And because the moon is changeable this could also indicate were in. Your life may fluctuate too so. Let's go through them. The first house. The of the first house indicates a personality that expresses feelings outwardly. Your heart is right under sleeve but sometimes you may be too reactionary. The moon in the second house means money is important to you. It comes and goes which can create insight eighty when you have enough cash to the bank. You tend to be more chill the moon. The third house indicates abotions ted. The color your thoughts. You've got a great imagination and might be intuitive and times you need to work hard to keep your feet planted on the ground. The moon and the fourth house is at home. Since this is the natural placement for la luna hope is where your heart is. And you're probably close to your family. You might have accompany home to. You'll need to guard against holding onto the past. If you can't get you can't let go of the old. you can't be present. The moon of the fifth house makes you a hopeless romantic. You want true love and nothing less will do. You're probably fertile. Couldn't many children. Ed would make an excellent parent but watch out that your pursuit for pleasure doesn't cause you to leave a trail of broken hearts behind you. The moon in the six house means work needs to be emotionally satisfying. You may choose a career as a caregiver or in the food industry drama at work could affect your well being and could sometimes be a catalyst for many job changes the moon of the seventh house places emotional emphasis on relationships. You crave security through long-term partnerships. You're highly empathic. But can also become co dependent. The moon in the eighth house heightens intuition. You can feel things. Am people out with these. You also have good instincts were handling money however boundaries could be week or you may struggle to find emotional intimacy hot and cold. Yep the moon in the ninth house creates a desire to see the world or feed your had you love to learn about other cultures and may have a strong moral compass. Bud this placement of the moon could also indicate restlessness or religious hypocrisy. The moon and the tenth house means the public. Loves you and you love them. You want recognition and you probably get it. The negative side of this placement could be someone who does whatever they think. We'll get the most applause. The moon in the eleventh brings a motion relationships with friends. Friends often become members of the family. Or you may have chosen family of buddies that replaces an unhappy birth family. The mood in the eleventh can also make you susceptible to peer pressure and lastly the moon and the twelfth house indicates a deep emotional need for solitude too much time spent with others stranger batteries frequent sabbaticals or therapy helps you restore your sense of emotional balance. You'll need to be careful that your past experiences to not color the present moment. Let go of those old stories
"theresa may" Discussed on KQED Radio
"Theresa May stepped out her front door at number ten Downing Street and in Jonty red suit. But with the shaking voice announced, she's out as British Prime minister will show leave the job that it is being the owner of my life to hold. The second female prime minister, but certainly not the lost I do so with no ill will, but with enormous and injuring gratitude to have had the opportunity to serve the country. I love Theresa May will officially resign on June. Seventh, prompting all kinds of questions about what comes next including who might take over for me and what might her exit mean for Brexit. Well, thankfully, we've got George Parker on the line from London. He is political editor for the financial times. Welcome back, low anyway to read today's developments of then about to the inevitable. Yes. I mean, some people have said it was almost inevitable from the moment. The Theresa May called an election in two thousand seventeen in Los parliamentary majority in the last two years, she's been struggling on trying to, to live this Brexit result from the referendum in two thousand sixteen increasingly desperate ways, I think, in the end she. The inevitable is a very emotional scene. She turned back through the door Downing Street with a kraken voice, tears and the rise in. She won't through stuff at lined up inside the wasting whole, that's a clap back in. But it some Assad and ultimately, I think inevitable to punch him. Well, let's talk about who might be the next person to step through the door of number ten Downing Street her successor, our London correspondent Frank Langfitt, who were actually going to hear from in a moment on the show. He was on air this morning, saying the race to succeed her as prime minister, is to not going to be a question of who's running, but who isn't to you agree with that. I think we've counted somewhere between fifteen and twenty people who've said they ought considering, we'll definitely be contested leadership. Oh, whom the cliff favorite is the famous Boris Johnson, the former foreign secretary who is seen as far ahead of all the other candidates. Theresa May gave her all three years. She wasn't able to get Brexit done. What are the prospects that whoever follows her will will fare better? Well, this is the. The problem because Theresa May in the end, though, the reluctantly agreed the only way to get Brexit. Three was to try to reach out to cross the aisle to position parties. Now, the problem is that the conservative party until Alexa leader who's more than threes. May someone who's probably perpetual tapers out the European Union without any sort of deal in a disruptive way. And if they come up with that kind of proposal thousand comes, it's quite the house will, again, say, no propensity leave without the deal. It sounds as though from where you said, if someone who's, who's tracked British politics closely for years. Theresa May's departure may af- anything increase the chances of either a no deal Brexit where Britain just crashes out or of some kind of redo of the referendum. I think that's right. I mean Boris Johnson was saying today, within hours of Theresa May announcing resignation that person would definitely leave the European Union on the thirty festival toba come. What may the removal of the prime minister seems to me is almost displacement, actively for politicians who confirmed? Front. The fact that Brexit has to be dealt with one way or the other, and probably the only way you can deal with it is to compromise. But nobody's perpetuate compromise. We'll have the con of the next six weeks weather, conservative policy guys about choosing a new leader in acrimony sway the party being rips apart at the end of which the positional Brexit will be no clear. George Parker of the financial times in London. Thank you so much. Thank you very much. UK Prime Minister Theresa May's resignation was long incoming is and will always remain a matter of deep regrets to me that I have not been able to deliver Brexit. Frank Langfitt NPR is London. Correspondent looks back on her fraught tenure Theresa May thought she was the right person at the right moment was the summer of two thousand sixteen British voters at stunned the world voted to take the UK out of the European Union, then prime Minister David Cameron, who called the vote for political reasons, never thinking, it would actually pass resigned. I.
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"He has been in the past described as the British burlesque colony in recent years. I've seen him described as a British Donald Trump. This is a man who had become increasingly frustrated with Theresa May and her attempt to get breaks through, I guess, by softening the brakes at deal. He's much more of a hard line breaks a tear Brexit is becoming soft to the point of disintegration. You cannot expect the fifth biggest economy in the world to come out of the EU under main run by the EU. It's just not democratically sustainable, and can be quite a divisive character. He's a man who's made some very controversial comments. For example, he spoke about women who wear the knee cab, the face covering that conservative, Muslim women, where as saying that it was absolutely ridiculous that they should choose to go around, looking at letterboxes that said, he's very popular amongst the conservative party membership also. Oh, though, the front runner hasn't in the past being the person that has alternately become the party leader. And many times they have fallen at the last hurdle, we could have between fifteen and eighteen names in the past by the time, the vote takes place amongst conservative MP's Sava. What the Democratic Party here in the United States? Everyone started the head and give him a Donald Trump is due to make a state. Visit to the UK on June third. Can you just map out the rest of the time on her? Yeah. I'm not sure he's too happy that the, the prime Minister Hubert meeting somebody who's going to leave office within four days, he did pay tribute to her today as he was boarding a helicopter. I feel badly for Therese I like her very much. She's a good woman. She worked very hard. She's very strong both. The leadership contest will begin a couple of days later. She steps down on June. Seventh June tenth is when the contest begins, and we're expected to have results possibly around the twenty first twenty second of July. A wild Newsday from ten Downing Street, the world's Orla Barry, joining us from London. Thank you, tanks, Marco. So what comes next same question. But different context here in the US after President Trump gave sweeping new powers to attorney general William bar. The goal is officially to help bar conduct a review of how the Trump campaign's ties to Russia were investigated to that end. Trump issued a directive that does two things it orders the CIA and all other intelligence agencies to cooperate with bars review and it authorizes bar to unilaterally declassify, their documents Democrats, denounced, the moves as politically motivated, and potentially even dangerous. Carry Cordeiro is a senior fellow at the center for a new American security. She previously served as an attorney at the department of Justice and at the office of the director of national intelligence. So the attorney general is the chief law officer of the land Carey. So on the first point, how unusual is it for the CIA and other intelligence agencies to? Be ordered to cooperate with an investigation by the attorney general. It's one thing for the president to direct cooperation that doesn't seem so unusual to me, which unusual in this order is the president directive that the attorney general has the authority to declassify information that is not normally the delegation of authority that would go to the attorney general to make decisions above the other intelligence community agencies and specifically the director of national intelligence..
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"I'm Marco werman surprising. No on Theresa May, is out as UK prime minister, I will shortly leave the job that it is being the owner of my life to hold her downfall with Brexit, but her departure doesn't make Britain, leaving the European Union any easier. We'll hear what comes next and President Trump visits Japan this weekend that country that helps shape Trump's views on trade decades ago you can trace so much his rhetoric back to the nineteen eighties that I think he hasn't actually updated it that much, plus gay rights advocates, celebrate and Taiwan and Brazil today, but not so much in Kenya will explain today here on the world. I'm Marco werman you're with the world. It is official now, British Prime Minister Theresa may announce that she will step down in two weeks. Time on June. Seventh that'll be just days after President Trump goes on a state visit to the UK. Here's may earlier today. I will shortly leave the job that it is being the owner of my life to hold the second female prime minister, but certainly not the last I do so with no ill-will, but with enormous and enduring gratitude to have had the opportunity to serve the country. I love may said she had done her best to deliver Brexit. But in the end, it was her failure to get the votes needed that brought her premiership to an end. The world's Orla Barry is in London. Hey, orla. Hey, marco. How're you doing? Okay. What's been reaction in London to the announcement by the prime minister well in some ways. Depends on what people are saying in private and what they're saying in public, they're two very different things, despite where you stand on three Somme most people, I think will be so what moved when they hear her on the verge of tears. There is she announced the cheese stepping down, but it has been a day that has been some time, coming if she were to look at Twitter, she will see some of those who were her gracious torn in her side at wishing her well, and paying tribute all saying, very dignified things about unpacking, her first story kill service to the country at the same time. It's these very people are responsible for the fact that she's stepping down. So what about Theresa May's legacy, like how she likely to be viewed in hindsight in a year, or five years, the could be quite a difference actually between a year and five years at the moment when you look at three as legacy you can't help but divide it from Brexit, and that's her greatest difficulty, because the mess that we're in with regards to Brexit is ultimately tied. Two three Somme. So when she came into office, for example, and she made this speech about bringing about braces and about not having a general election 'til at least twenty twenty and now triggering article fifty which would bring about Brexit until this clear negotiation Brexit deal was in place. She failed in all three counts. We had general election. And this is where she lost lot of the support from her fellow MP's, and also triggered article fifty when they didn't have kind of cleared idea. What Brexit was going to look like. So at this point, you know, she very closely tarnished, by Brexit that said, if you were to look down the road at the next person who will take on her premiership, depending, and how they deal with Brexit people might look back a little more kindly on three Semait. Talk has already moved onto who will be may successor who is likely to be the next British Prime minister, the front runner is Boris Johnson? Former mayor of London, former foreign secretary. Known for his mop of blond hair..
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"Cuts in a bid to win the additional seats. It would need to hold onto office. And Estonia is close to forming a government that would include an immigrant policy. E K E is set to be a junior potent or an Estonia's new coalition, which will be led by the center party, the inclusion of the eurosceptic party could potentially strengthen the hand of nationalist before maize e you elections. News twenty four hours a day own Aaron it took own zip up by more than twenty seven hundred ten let's on this one hundred twenty countries. I'm Joe chunky. This is Bloomberg killers. Thank you very much. Let's talk about Brexit. Theresa May is running out of time. So reach you Brexit compromise with labor cross policy discussions broke up on Friday. And there was little sign of a breakthrough in a video statement, the prime minister appeal to both the public amp politicians in such support for compromise departure plan, all I think the government things we absolutely must leave the European Union. We must deliver Brexit. That means we need to get a deal over the line. And that's why we've been looking for new ways, and you approach to find agreement in parliament Brussels is expected to demand a clear strategy from the prime minister at a meeting of e you leaders on Wednesday when she asks for delay. Let's bring in Bloomberg news news desk at its Adam blimp that who joins us here in London. We had that Theresa May speaking in that video message than Adam about requesting a delay. What else did she have to? Say that message. Good morning on. This was this was Theresa May trying to be much more natural than she sometimes seeing she was sitting in a domestic environment at Downing Street talking directly to the camera and directly to the people and sort of took them through her her version of how things have played out. She talked about how they struck a deal. A government has struck a deal with e you, and that's been rejected three times by parliament. And so trying to impress upon people that there's a need for a change of tack in the need for new change reproach. And that's why she started talking to the labor party, which of course, it very controversial thing among Tory supporters. Yeah. And I the reason of course is because the Brexit. Here's are concerned. You'll never get out of the EU. And in this case, I mean, you wouldn't be able to negotiate your own trade deals, if you did it the way Jeremy Corbyn wants to do it, right? That's absolutely, right. And that's one of the key tenets that brings it back have been in favor of throughout this whole process. So, but what MRs may Mason, a message is that we need to this. She's looking to either have a new deal or no breaks the tool. She didn't talk about the prospect of a no deal Brexit, which has become popular with many of those those bricks tease. She just didn't didn't speak about that. As an option. Not something parliament has legislature has voted against. Going with labor just before the weekend. The lay aside seemed to be saying that the government is reading budging. They don't seem to be prepared to actually compromise own anything. But then just over the weekend. I was reading reports Sunday suggesting that may was offering to enshrine a customs arrangements of some kind in law that would then be harder for future prime minister to retract to. How do we assess how things are going with labor? Well, we've no proof that that's that's that's a report over the weekend. We can't necessarily sign that up. But it does seem quite a Bloomberg news reporting this morning that talk seem at it'll stock Labor's being on the radio saying clearing that diaries. But there's no evidence that meetings actually planned today. So little in the dog. It's of a quiet morning. Waiting to see what happens what what are the expectations in terms of a flex tension? And why is the conservative side? So unhappy about this. It would seem that a flexible. The extension. Is really kind offer. Well, that's that's what what you mean by flex tension. That's looking ahead to a couple of days time when he goes to Brussels, and there's an extraordinary summit of the European Council of Harare, the leaders, and she's asked or ready for an extra delay to Brexit up to June the thirtieth. It's expected that's going to be maybe not not them suitable for the leaders that likely more likely to to demaim that she signs up to a longer extension which is something proposed by the Donald tusk as the president of the European Council. His view is give the the UK a longer extension for Brexit may be up to another year and allow Britain to to leave the if and when deal is posturing that time. So that's what he means by flexible, it sits you don't have to stay in front of the the UK could come out if a deal is post in say August or September. Yes. And the longer Brexit doesn't happen. What does that danger the challenges of Brexit happening tool? Is that something that very aware of both sides the channel Adam thank you very much for bringing us the latest and blend for joining us with the latest on Brexit when we come back. We'll hear more from our exclusive interview with the Saudi energy minister county announced this is me. With a Bloomberg veterans face treacherous situations filled.
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"And so, you know, there are these international examples, plenty of examples throughout the US that Dr last night have studied. And when you look at the patterns what happens after the crisis has passed are these women generally going to stay on and power positions of power. After the crisis is passed. Some of these women have succeeded in done, very, well, you know, Mary Barra General Motors touted as being exceptional CEO today. And she definitely lead GM out of this crisis. And you have others that have succeeded but often these women when they don't succeed they get derailed from their career. They don't have other opportunities, and they sort of just fade away. And then they bring in a term that we came up with the savior affect they bring back in that traditional white male Siham, so Ellison just wrap things up. I don't want you to give us your take on Brexit because. It's confusing to people everywhere. But what is your take on? How Theresa May has navigated this crisis in Theresa May situation is such an extreme example of the last cliff. Here's something that she was not in favor of you know, she was one of the few people along with another woman at the time to say, yeah, I'm gonna go ahead and take over and try to lead Britain out of this this crisis. Whether you're in support of Theresa May or not she was put in a very very difficult position. And without the support really to to navigate this affectively annot. She's saying is she'll resign. She'll step down if Brexit passed. I mean, isn't that the quintessential kind of conclusion to this glass cliff story, absolutely Alison cook, professor of management at Utah state university talking about the glass cliff? Thank you very much. Thank you, Marco leaders in Europe, and here in the US continued to wrestle with a common challenge what to do with efforts to hack or interfere with their respective countries elections, and that's put tech. Facebook in the spotlight on both sides of the Atlantic. It's clear now that we didn't do enough to prevent these tools from being used for harm as well. That's Facebook's Mark Zuckerberg testifying before congress last year. Our position is not that regulation as bad. I think the real question is what is the right framework for this not should there. Be one one thing is certain in Europe the framework for reigning in high tech is taking shape faster than here. Mcgrigor stare is the European Commissioner for competition. Welcome. Thank you. Thanks for having me. Can I ask you first of all what does your title actually mean? Commissioner for competition. Well, it means that I'm the law enforcer. So it's my job to have the leadership of the law enforcement of European competition law, and you've been in that position since two thousand fourteen what does that mean practically when you're looking at US high tech companies like Google and Google searches account for like nine out of ten searches in the EU, correct? That's correct. Yes. And everyone is welcome to do. Business in Europe. No mass of the flag flying where you have your home, but you will have to do business. According to the European rulebook when in Europe, and this is why when someone complaints when real self get a suspicion that something is wrong. We start investigating and what do you consider like something that is wrong? What what would you start to investigate? Well, take the first case here you have a company which is dominant in search. We has then used search to permit its own shopping comparison service and demint rivals in shopping comparison services on average to page for and.
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"It is eight thirty AM in Hong Kong and here in Singapore. And Juliette Sally. And I'm Doug krizner at Bloomberg interactive brokers studio in New York a little bit of risk off here in the Asia Pac region kind of a mixed finish for the US equity market. We'll talk more about what's happening in markets momentarily, right now, let's get you caught up on this hour's top business stories. We'll President Trump's top trade negotiator says the US needs to keep the threat of raising levies on Chinese goods US. Trade Representative Robert lighthizer also telling a Senate. Finance committee. He can't make predictions, but says the two sides are making progress springtime in Hong Kong Monetary authority has stepped in again to defend Hong Kong's dollar against the dollar against the US toleration say the AMA bought local currency after the exchange rate fell to the weekend of that trading band against the greenback. That's after the peg was defended again last week for the first time since August. Well, lumber liquidators has announced its resolve to matter is with the department of Justice and the SEC the company has agreed to pay a penalty of thirty three million dollars for Folsom misleading. Statements to invest is that's regarding the sale of Chinese made lemonade flooring news reports said the flooring did not comply with regulations, we'll get the equity markets up and running in Hong Kong and Shanghai. At the bottom of the coming hour and beyond the lookout for price action in ping on insurance. This is large China's largest insurer by market value annual. Prophet beat estimates operating profit jumped nineteen percent the company also announced a stock buyback plan for its a shares are at thirty two minutes past the hour. Let's get you caught up on market action. Juliet mentioned some of the weakness that we are seeing in Asia stocks right now, the Nikkei is down about three tenths of one percent. The end firm here at one eleven thirty three after picking up a bit of ground in the New York session. Meantime, the kospi down three tenths of one percent. And in Sydney, the ASX two hundred is down about four tenths of one percent. Crude oil back above fifty seven the barrel on WTI in electronic trading. We're at fifty seven twenty and the US ten year treasury right now in the Tokyo session, holding firm we were last quoted in New York at two point six zero in yield terms. And that's where we are in the Tokyo session. I'm Doug krizner at Bloomberg interactive brokers studio in New York. Juliette? Thank you, Doug. We'll Australia's cardinal George. Pell has been sentenced to six years in prison on child abuse, Ed Baxter covering global news. Is in the Bloomberg nine sixty San Francisco newsroom. Ed. Yeah. Juliet as you well know, the interest in this has been very very high was streamed on multiple networks live in Australia, which is unusual. This is ABC is accord asking cardinal Pell to stand and receive his sentence. This means that last sentence you to I title effective sanctions of six years imprisonment. I Sit Aye nonprofit period of threes and months now, the Justice noted that there would be people who would feel the sentence should be higher and some lower. That means that for three years and eight months he cannot receive parole, but after that it is up to the parole board. They'll make your story of the day. That's been breaking all day and developing a UK Prime Minister Theresa May's altered deal with the EU has been rejected by the house of Commons. We're joined live now by Bloomberg Sebastian Salik, Sebastian it would seem that if you wanted to go on over under on this that there would need from both sides UK and EU to have to be some kind of a delay. Now in article fifty does that make sense? Some who genuinely still think that day'll can get through inside. But frankly with just over two weeks that really really does seem unlikely the attorney general's saying an extension is now inevitable that is what will be voting on later in this week. If a vote to rule out no deal tomorrow passes. And so it seems likely that now we're gonna have to extend this the EU side tusk has been saying that the UK has to say how long four and why the generation is a big issue because it was just a few months age has got to be potentially not clashing with the European elections that happened in may widely both on the UK and European sides. They don't want to see the UK taking part in those elections. If it goes on for longer there is that this could just trend loan, and we get to another cliff edge later down the road where the save issues have discussed now, the opposition, and particular labor and. Mr carbon. Jeremy Corbyn have been saying that what the prime minister strategy has been is to just push the deadline back and back and back and push them into a corner. There are several options that could go and more time to even have another Brexit vote is that not true. Yeah. I mean, it's still the more extreme scenario. But it Stephan is on the table, and it was given a bit of a boost today because Theresa May included among the choices. She said that parliament had to face or could face in the coming month, a gain chairs and booze alike from MP's, but it will be supporters of a second referendum. This threat of counseling. Brexit was something that Theresa May threatens to hotline is to get them to back her deal that clearly wasn't enough because it seems that they fit this deal more than another vote, and they may be justified not because even may say herself that there's no evidence that people have changed their minds if we get a second referendum what we could see is the British people voting again for Brexit and gives us no more clarity than where we are at the moment. And the UK was ready. And and do you explain this the legal opinions saying that other backstop the Irish backstop has been the issue here between the EU and the UK the UK saying that the? Border would not be closed. How does that move the needle on this? Yes. This is the safety net to keep the Irish border open. If the agreement car be reached, and that would be at the end of the transition period that's planned until the end of twenty twenty allows the UK close with the customs rules. The risk is getting stuck. It's a small risk. But politically it's very important because there are people on the rise of Theresa May's party who wants a clean exit from the EU, and that means not getting stuck in the customs union all links or any of the rules. The general Jeffey cooks earlier today saying that that legal risk is unchanged. And that was a big blow to the prime minister. I one of the things that gave many lawmakers an excuse to say about this deal because they couldn't be satisfied that this wouldn't keep them out. But this e as Irish border questions still has not been resolved. And that really is one that is crucial to getting some sort of outcome here that satisfactory to majority and Sebastian one of the uncertainties, of course, whether. The prime minister can hold onto her job. She's been on under unbelievable pressure now for how many months, so. So it is it would create a whole number of different problems. If in fact, there was a general and she did not keep her job. Wouldn't it? Oh, absolutely. Because whoever came in was have their own view of how Brexit should be done. They'd go to Brussels and trying to get that the EU has said that they've already agreed to deal. They didn't care whose discussing it on our side on the on the UK side. They have come to an agreement with the United Kingdom. So they're digging their heels on this one. I and of course, raises the question who would want this job right now. It's absolutely doomed. There's this doesn't seem like a way out of this. And and it seems like the conservatives are just holding onto Theresa May until this is solved, and then they can push her out. So this doesn't seem like a very tempting position for many. Although, of course, Jeremy Corbyn has been calling for general election. He has been trying to use this as an opportunity to build on those gains. We sort the 2017 election where the shock increases in Labour's performance. Yeah. All right. You either have to be a British hero or masochist to want to be prime minister at this point. I think Sebastian thank you so much. Appreciate it. Sebastian celik. Other stories of note here, most of the globe that flies a Boeing seven thirty-seven, Maxine now have grounded them, including major governments in Asia. New Zealand joining that list, the FAA has just again set it final basis to ground the plane, and let's see dozens arrested in a vast plot to get children of some wealthy parents admitted to elite colleges including Yale Stanford UCLA and Georgetown in San Francisco. I'm Ed Baxter. This is Bloomberg. Doug. I'll take it. Thanks, ed. Yeah. Don't think many people want that job? I'll Kate mine. L let's get over to.
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"Thanks, Tracy, Theresa May's entering a potentially defining week with reports saying she lost the backing of all the two of her cabinet the Daily Telegraph says members of discuss whether she should resign and something that could happen this week, if labor tables and wins, a new vote of confidence May's Brexit Bill faces heavy defeat on Tuesday after pill for concessions from the AU fell on deaf is in Brussels. Need to support? The prime minister in the prime minister's mission is clear to get the withdrawal agreements and political declarations through the meaning for Vate on Tuesday. So that we can move on to the withdrawal agreement which offers more opportunities for colleagues to scrutinize the arrangements to potentially amend how we do this. And it gives them extra pretentious. President Trump is expected to present his twenty twenty budget late Monday. And if expected to ask congress for an extra eight point six billion dollars to help pay for the wall on the Mexican border. The budget will assume the US economy continues to expand briskly while many independent poll concerts, expect growth is slow. The budget is the first since Democrats won control of the house last year. Satellite. Images suggests North Korea is preparing a new rocket launch with increasing activity at the so, hey missile site Junan Ilbo newspaper site tonight. Unidentified government official and says work. So hey is similar to movement ahead of pass long range launches president? Trump has welcomed the north suspensions of missile pests and says he'd be disappointed if they resume. Japan's thank you says Tokyo district court is Judah decide if colors going can attend an upcoming Nissan Ford meeting. Thank you fifty made the request through his lawyers after being released on bail last week. His freedom includes the condition that he caught mission before having contact with certain people connected with his case bubble news. Twenty four hours a day on it and kicked talk on Twitter. Babble the twenty seven hundred journalists and analysts in more than one hundred twenty countries. I'm at about rulers. This is Bloomberg. He said. Thanks. Well, let's get.
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"Thanks, Tracy Theresa May's entering a potentially defining week with her sang she lost the backing of all two of her cabinet daily. Graph says members of disgust whether she should resign and something that could happen this week, if labor tables and wins, a new vote of confidence May's Brexit Bill faces heavy defeat on Tuesday after her appeal for concessions from the AU fell on deaf is in Brussels. To support. The prime minister the prime minister's mission is clear to get the withdrawal agreements and political decorations through the meaningful on Tuesday. So that we can move on to the withdrawal agreement which offers more opportunities colleagues to scrutinize the arrangements to potentially amend how we do this. And it gives them extra pretentious. President Trump is expected to present his twenty twenty budget late Monday. And if expected to ask congress for an extra eight point six billion dollars to help pay for the wall on the Mexican border. The budget will assume the US economy continues to expand briskly while many independent poll concepts expect growth is slow. The budget is the first and it's Democrats won control of the house last year. Satellite. Images suggest North Korea is preparing a new rocket launch with increasing activity at the so, hey missile side, South Korea's Junan Ilbo newspaper site tonight. Unidentified government official and says work. So, hey, it's similar to movement ahead of pass long range launches president. Trump has welcomed the north suspensions of missile tests and says he'd be disappointed if they resume. Japan. Thank you said Tokyo district court is to decide if Carlos going can attend an upcoming Nissan poured meeting. Thank says he made the request through his lawyers after being released on bail last week. Freedom includes the condition that he faked Corp mission before having contact with certain people connected with this case bubble news. Twenty four hours a day on it and kicked talk on Twitter. Pablo the twenty seven hundred journalists and analysts in more than one hundred twenty countries. I'm at about rulers. This is Bloomberg. He said. Thanks..
"theresa may" Discussed on WAFS Biz 1190
"UK Prime Minister Theresa may has by depressure at home. And in the European Union. And he said ninety support eight delay of Brexit. Senior officials had suggested putting the split on hold with may seen as unlikely to drive her divorce do three Pondimin. Let's get more with our rates in reporter, David David good this morning. So sterling's up on the four week high any soft Brexit rising, a delay? And or of course, labor possibly supporting a second referendum. Are we at the top of the tree in terms of the near term run-up? No, I think we can go higher. I think extension if they're sitting there is a delay, which seems more probable if the delays for longer periods of time that by that. I mean least nine months longer than that Senate very positive for the knitter. Did I use only for two or three months, then it really does raise the question. Walk good. Does that do? I mean, the only way to avoid a no deal is really Liz sickly dot co fifty or basically to come up with a deal signed by by two or three months. Does that really give us a chance of getting a new deal very unlikely? Theresa May's existing deal looks like nothing's really being changed to it. So therefore, what can be achieved in two or three months? So I think the sterling perspective if it is a short delay, assuming there is one I think that maybe navy jokes and higher. But then that may come up very quickly. If it's a longer delay. We'll give them more options. More time for other options to be explored. I think that'd be viewed more positively on the market, and certainly the market would love of referenda. With the UK stays in first purely for market perspective. Oh. Maybe the market's just got a little bit ahead of itself. In terms of the numbers. If you look at the top story this morning, even if all of labor got behind a second referendum. It takes sixty five opposition MP's and ten Tories and not just get you to a majority. So this whole concept about a wholesale Tory rebellion for second referendum, mathematically a bit. A little bit like a long shot. Or is that just today's interpretation tomorrow it can change. No, I think he said at the moment the numbers appear to be but still not enough for referendum, even if a labor, which they have to back it. We do need some choices which across. So I think that's one reason why the markets happy. But knows that while they would love a second referendum, again purely from a market perspective that it's still not on the table at the moment. Now course momentum keep changing and changing changing a one basis. Goto may look here's your deal. If you want your deal, let's put that down two of them and let the people decide so that is an option which could be tabled and could be voted on and agreed upon. So that's how a my friend of mine end up coming about. So it's still always plenty of options with Brexit. And we'll just have to see how it plays out. The next twenty four hours. We've important with lots of amendments to be discussing negotiated in the UK parliament..
"theresa may" Discussed on 860AM The Answer
"Prime Minister Theresa may is under pressure to delay. The country's departure from the EU after she'd postponed the plan further vote in parliament on our Brexit deal with the block Theresa May's holding meetings with EU, you leaders at an e you are oblique summit in Egypt as she seeks apparently allusive changes to the U K E U divorce agreement. Now, the prime minister says a new vote votes beheld this week in parliament and could come as they just March twelve may wants more time to change the deal to reassure lawmakers. A contentious close on the Northern Ireland backstop would only apply temporarily. But he you leaders insist this can't be reopened. I'm charles. That's my Google's plan to build a six hundred million dollar wind power data center in central Minnesota may hinge on the tech giant's request for officials to waive twenty years worth future taxes, Google, Sherburne county and the city of Becker for property tax breaks, but saving the company up to fifteen million dollars. More at townhall dot com. Shane shout. Shame..
"theresa may" Discussed on Monocle 24: The Globalist
"Aren't we unsurprisingly some more Brexit turmoil all over the front page? I it seems that there are a few people with their resignation letters at the ready. Yes. Sorry to start with the b word Brexit continues to roll on. And I wonder whether it's beginning to reach eventually some conclusion. Yeah. This story the times as you say reporting here the lead story to forty members of the government will resign next week. If conservative MP's are banned from voting for plan to stop a no deal Brexit's number ten Downing Street being telled. I think is interesting. Another example that does seem to be a movement here of the house of Commons taking trying to take charge. Anyway of the Brexit negotiations. This comes against the background, as as, you know, cross party movements between Dominic grieve, former conservative attorney, general and vet Cooper, former labor front bencher who've been working together. Also lot of people being pointing to the speaker is somebody who seems to be exerting control of parliament over the executive. And so looks like we're heading for a bit of a confrontation between MP's of both sides who want to have more of a say in the kind of Brexit. We're heading for on the one hand and then to resume on the other hand who not surprised me is very keen to keep control of the whole process. The times columnists Rachel's Sylvester's, very critical of Theresa May who will be going back following this crushing defeat last week going back to Brussels to try and get a few more concessions for skeptical about whether she will get any concessions and pointing to to. Albert Einstein suggestion that to keep doing the same thing again, and again, expect different results the definition of madness. So I think for most voters they'll just be feeling that look please get on with this. And hopefully, something here is going to break the logjam. I believe it was the rut David Schneider who was on Twitter posting that on Stein, quote, once the specs that they might have taken that little quip from him. He is of course, the writer of the death of Stalin. I'm not sure how much we can gain from that. It's interesting, isn't it that amber Rudd is pinned here on the front page is the one who was warned number ten to give the conservatives of free vote over the issue. It does explain in the pace that her into mention suggests that her position could be endowed if she's barred from voting for the amendment. It's it's interesting to see her making this sort of claim considering she walls, the home secretary folk quite some time she was an ousted from that role after quite a series deep controversy. She's now back as the work and pensions secretary that she has been seen as a quite an ally of Theresa May. She has in the post up -solutely, but I was talking to one Tory MP who's just Hussein's interesting. How her star is rising that one of the excuse me, one of the things that's kept to resume going hasn't been an obvious rival for for her. The does seem to be a Coa coalescence. If you're if you like around barraged who is seen as all take Hewlett as you say she did have to resign as home secretary. But she's made good comeback as a pension secretary. Making reforms to one of the government's to universal benefit which is one of the government's most controversial reform. So she does seem to be in a good position possibly if we if we are looking for a successor to Theresa May wants that might be a realistic possibility quite soon. Let's move a loan. I'm to LeMond on page one. Here we've got another picture of an annual Macron unsurprisingly, he's he's trying to the public opinion. It's really interesting. I find this whole story very fascinating. Because I don't think as many leaders around the world whose perception at home is so starkly different to the perception we have on the international stage. Yes. Good point. That thing about the profit not being welcomed in valid in their own land, isn't it? Yes. We saw this meteoric rise. Didn't if this young man, then he then he suffered. He crashed in many ways, he suffered real controversy. We've seen the Sheila shown the the demonstrations. And this piece makes the point that loss on Saturday last weekend. We saw eight. Eighty four thousand people out in the streets..
"theresa may" Discussed on Talking Politics
"How do you see the range of possibility for parliament to? Rest control of this from Theresa May. And her government. Well, I'd say that the basic structural facts of the British constitutional settlement and the ways in which parliament does its business on the executives side. The president is for the greater one of the reasons will in some sense, the primary reason for that is that the executive controls parliamentary business, so I should change. The executive is really quite difficult to see how a second random Bill is going through. Now, the big caveat to that is the speaker, whether the speaker is willing to basically turn over lots of customary practice and dispense with the standing order in which the government essentially controls the parliamentary timetable, but so what's later in with withdrawal act, which was that having had a vote not approve the deal that then be at twenty one day period by which minister, we'd have to come back. And then the another five days before for debate was happening. Putting thing about bear coups agreements to the grieve amendment was to say, no that's going to have to happen within three days. And that's why we're going to have anything by Monday there in some sense of what the government is going to have to come up with in terms of plan b so that is a good example of parliamentarians if you like asserting some degree of influence on the process that's not necessarily the same as parliament being able to risk control over and what would mean from the EU side for that to happen. I mean, the EU negotiates with governments doesn't negotiate with parliament's. I think in any case the great obstacle to parliament taking sort of the driving seat is that they don't know what they would do whether to have the controls. It's not as if there's this grand idea couched within the sort of the seats thousands of Commons that unites MP's against the the executive, and they just want to be unleashed in order to implement it. So there's a lot of gesturing. There's a lot of I think power politics really over who thinks. They can call the shots. And I think this is quite right constitutionists is really. Unraveling if you like of constitutional precedent, but it's not clear to me that there's an overarching purpose for it is not one thing that parliament could do which the make government to this point has been very resistant doing which is to engineer a series of votes to test. Whether there might be a majority for X, Adam and Theresa May's line has been like, it's my deal dealing meal, the highway whatever, but there are people in parliament who think the only way to find out what compels is for parliament is self or some group of MP's to start tabling votes to test opinion in parliament. And that's the thing that the make government has resisted is that not where this division might come. I mean is there not some possibility that? He kinda think wasn't that what we should've done to us before we started the Nick, right? But given given you wouldn't start from here. But here is where we are still think about what has to happen for the legislated being control of it. So say that you got a parliamentary majority for Norway. Plus, it gets vote on this this this this and see which one ends up the winner in this kind of contest, then the executive would still have to go back and talk to the EU about changing the political declaration. It's not the legislature that can do that for the reasons it Kennedy just said because it doesn't deal with legislatures if parliament voted in the sequence of events for a referendum..
"theresa may" Discussed on Talk 1260 KTRC
"Mr. Theresa May have survived. The no confidence vote after her Brexit plan to pull out of the European Union went down an overwhelming defeat. But correspondent Nic Robertson in London says hard days lie ahead for may Britain already the sort of fire and fury has erupted in parliament, again, Theresa May has outlined that you know, she has to provide a plan b. Plan. A was voted on historically lost yesterday? A plan b has to be articulated by Monday, Senator Lindsey Graham says he fears President Trump's talk about pulling US forces from Syria may have been Bolden to ISIS to launch an attack on a market in northern Syria today, thank which you won't do about those people over there. They've had enough of killing they'd love to have the opportunity we have to fix their problems without the force of dollars. So what hope the president would look long and hard headed in Syria, correspondent Clarice award in Syria reports ISIS may have been laying low before the attack town of man bitch was actually liberated from ISIS back in September twenty sixteen by the Syrian democratic forces, which is a Kurdish led militia that has been fighting on the ground with US led coalition support since then it's actually been doing fairly well as a city roughly a hundred thousand people living there a lot of them went back to their homes US forces were killed today. Today. But there's no word yet. How many a day for expert testimony in the nomination of William to become attorney general George Washington University law? Professor Jonathan Turley says bar is a solid candidate. I don't know what the president thought he was getting with Bill bar. But I know what he's getting he's going to get someone who identifies incredibly closely and intimately with that department. And I think he will be a vigorous defender of a Wall Street, the Dow was up one hundred eighty five points. I'm Mike moss men. Aren't you? Tired of being hoodwinked into buying socks is nine through twelve. Twelve is a size range not a size. How can one size socks at four.
"theresa may" Discussed on KFI AM 640
"A bad day for Theresa May. Yeah. Yeah. We have Theresa May Brexit music. Please. She lost vote yesterday. I mean, it all has to do with Brexit was voted she came up with her deal and that and then that's split down. People thought he was going to fast that the England was giving too much the UK. And matter of fact is not going to really leave Europe. The other side said we're going to slow and we have to leave Europe far more or far less than the plan is so they turned down her plan completely. I mean, just wiped it out four hundred thirty two to two hundred two was the vet this phone hasn't been done in a hundred years like this. But here is the problem. What do you replace it with and no one has a plan? No one has a plant in March. I is when Brexit kicks in and the UK is out of the European Union. And no one has an alternative. Oh, there's also going to be no confidence. Vote. Probably today. Wasn't there? Just one. Yeah. By she wanted hand. Well, she wanted pretty handily. This one may be a little closer. And no, and no confidence means at the the government falls and someone else becomes the prime minister, usually the other party. And if you look at who's head of the labor party gobbling, Jeremy Corbyn, if you ever look this guy. Yup. He is a lunatic. He is he out. Bernie sanders. Bernie sanders. He is so insanely left wing. I mean, he will nationalize. He'll nationalize your shoes. It's really crazy. Free everything. Remember when we were in grade school win went and you run for class, president free pizza. Oh, yeah. Where everybody extra recess. Yeah. He is free pizza man, except he will actually produce the pizzas for everybody in the country. And our we paid for by tax. Pretty amazing. It's pretty impressive. Well, the people who run covered California. They've made a liar out of me. I'm young and healthy yesterday. I had.
"theresa may" Discussed on FT News
"Flavored financial services regulatory framework. What are we going to be thinking of aligning to or not here? You know? What's it gonna look like? Yeah. This is one of the real peculiarities of the Brexit debate firstly, you know, those who say, well, we've had to follow Brussels rules all this time. We'll be freed up. It's actually as you say seventy relates to financial services regulation fairly nonsensical. Because the UK has been the driving force for those regulations. Largely with a couple of exceptions the second point as you say, there's a strong belief. I think probably rightly that the French are likely to be the most influential force on you twenty-seven regulations post Brexit now, clearly if we have a no deal Brexit, then it's kind of almost irrelevant because we'll be going our own way and the Vetere worse. What happens in the? Twenty seven is relatively unimportant. If we do do the deal or anything like the deal Theresa May has proposed that does tie us to maintaining equivalent standards to the EU. And that's where it gets interesting. Because if that means, and nobody really knows. But if that means that we essentially have to follow rules. That brussels. I e the Paris influenced a you rules the direction they go in then that is potentially negative for the city if we choose to break with those rules than we potentially break that equivalence agreement and potentially therefore lose access to the twenty markets. So it's a bit of a bind which is why the city, although they would much rather a deal. The no deal is a little bit equivocal about the merits of the Theresa May deal. Check nights. So Sarah, the financial services industry has done its homework here, it's.
"theresa may" Discussed on Monocle 24: The Briefing
"Enjoy what's just keep it more about the machinations. And I wonder in terms of this at Westminster village discussions that you're privy to what are people saying in terms of how members of parliament, well what they're focusing on? Are they looking at? Yeah. Tweaking that finance build try and make sure that parliament retains power than the government. Are there are there? Other sort of big grand conspiracies of our people still attempting to get another another a referendum that the public can vote on this issue wh-what's, dominating people's agenda, or are they actually sort of going by the book and waiting for may to make her moves for the whips to try and do their work Nazi tool. They're also factions all trying to turn this to their own end. And as result looks people are not acting in consultant the political parties themselves heavily divided. The most interesting will Theresa May has been is still looking like she's going to be defeated in this Bill despite them lots of. Pumpers talk from within her own government, including her Brexit, new Brexit minister quasi quashing, saying, no, no, no. We're going to win this. We're gonna win this and the rim. That's been coming down extreme because she's going to grind it through parliament. And that means bringing it back over and over again with a few little concessions here and there and one of the people who's leading not mainly movement. But it's trickery mooner who's leading people's vote has come back in she spoken to essentially, the officials of parliament and said at she can't do that. So that's going to. Based means the cheese day the fifteenth Johnny becomes more important in not eight where she can just say. Well, okay, what can lose his vote, but I can bring it back again. And again and again. There is still strong river for a second vote, but actually hasn't we haven't quite arrived to the point which that can be cooled. And then this, you know, the question of no deal another two hundred signatories to nurture saying we just cannot go forwards with a not with no deal on the table. And this needs to be stopped. This needs to be removed as an auction. No deal is a disaster for many many firms a George wanted to ask about that. No deal prospects. I don't know just before Christmas it really began to feel like that was the only outcome. It just didn't seem those viable parliamentary solution. I don't appear on the spot. But is that are we still in are we still in that place where no deal seems more plausible Omer? So do you think that there are enough escape routes from that kind of doomsday scenario? Well, it's plausible insensitive in ups total cockup if we ended up with an ideal Brexit, but it's perfectly possible that we could coke. It all up here is very British thing to do and the. Because nobody can agree at the moment. We may end up just sliding into no deal by not at she wanting. It the trees may hold it up and says, look it's on the my deal or not ill and various people on the right, including Boris Johnson. Say the people voted for no deal. They didn't bring vote for no deals vote. The economic K also be impending after it. But because there isn't another clear winner at the moment. No deal. Still looks like it's a serious option. And they have started attempting to ramp up preparations for it, except there is no such thing as preparations for no deal..
"theresa may" Discussed on Monocle 24: Midori House
"It's complete madness. And that's just the start of all those deals, and it's I mean, again, we come back to to the to how the public has been misled on this. And I think a lot of people thinking, oh, well, just no deal. Then we just that doesn't mean we're not gonna do. It was going to do it with just going to do it in the worst way possible. And it will be absolutely unforgivable generation will not forget the Tory party that took his to this position, and they will be out of power for very long time. And you look at the figures of what remained versus leave. If you polled people now, and it's sixty forty to remain and at some point somebody needs to take a deep breath and say, well, it's you. The the Tories are talking about the idea that it's going to be civil distressed it civil unrest. If there was another vote with article fifty withdrawn on some of the mechanisms used to slow this down. I would prefer to you that that civilised rest will become civil unrest. Where we coming from this very small hardcore, in fact, probably their own members. They're trying to save themselves from rebellion within their own party, which is a very very small part of the Bush population. When you're sixty forty remain to leave you go back to canes, which is you know, when the facts change, I changed my mind. What do you do, sir? Madam Theresa May at this point in time. She just carrying on the original course, political self interest or the greater good. And it would seem that that self interest is what's winning? I hear very well said both well if you have been enjoying some digital downtime over recent holiday period perhaps away from Brexit new guidance from the UK's Royal College of pediatrics and child health suggests that being glued to your phone. Tablet, or laptop screen might not be as unhealthy as many people fear the healthy, the health body rather says that for children's specifically springtime should be balanced with other activities in life with families choosing where that balance lies. Georgina. Did you manage to switch off at all? We I know you said you, and you did you you do have to sort of keep up with the news and things, but did you get away from your Email get away from your phone, computer, chide not to wake up in the middle of the night to what Donald Trump was teach tweeting. So that was that was kind of concession. No..