28 Burst results for "Trafalgar Square"

U.S. Covid-19 death toll nears 200,000, edges towards 1 million globally

AP 24 Hour News

00:35 sec | 4 d ago

U.S. Covid-19 death toll nears 200,000, edges towards 1 million globally

"Is now blamed for the deaths of more than 199,000 people in the US with six and three quarter million confirmed cases since the outbreaks began. Those numbers tallied by Johns Hopkins University's As of Saturday evening. The global death toll is approaching one million, as confirmed infections are spiking again in a number of countries. But in London, hundreds of demonstrators gathered in Trafalgar Square to protest Corona virus restrictions to crying how the measures have affected daily life. Similar protests have been taking place in Australia, Israel and Romania. Back

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Winston Churchill statue sealed in steel ahead of protests

Weekend Edition Sunday

03:11 min | 3 months ago

Winston Churchill statue sealed in steel ahead of protests

"Let's go to London now Frank where we've seen statues of some prominent figures from British history at the heart of the protest there yeah this is actually familiar I think to many Americans a slave trader who made me a lot of money in that business his statue was torn down in Bristol last weekend and then that's a city on the coast and then Churchill statue in parliament square was defaced where someone spray painted he was a racist what happened yesterday is a bunch of for white nationalists football hooligans and even some people who just generally offended by this these attacks on historical figures they surged into parliament square right you know in front of big band police have boxed up Churchill to sort of protect him and by the time with the mayor said and and even black lives matter's organizations you're said don't go to London for this this is going to end up with a lot of battles between white and black people but some anti racism protesters came anyway and so you had this protest and counter protest how did it play out yeah it was fascinating to watch the police penned in the far right of folks around the statues and they started throwing bottles and started punching police some of them clearly came here for a fight there were clashes between a white far right demonstrators and black anti racism protesters in Trafalgar Square I also ran across some black men who had face coverings and they were doing some hit run attacks on white protesters about the timing of the Waterloo station the train station there was some violence there and police actually had to seal it off in the end at least six people went to the hospital they were over a hundred arrests and see the other thing is this is all a bit surreal because we still supposed to be doing social distancing so you would have people wearing face masks punching each other so the whole thing was was restored yeah quite a scene up Frank did everyone come to London yesterday just looking for a fight no I mean a lot of people were peaceful and that one of the striking images was a black anti racist protester actually carrying one of the white protesters who'd been beaten and it was a sizeable center when I was talking to people who said you know if we're going to remove statues there needs to be a democratic discussion about this they can't just be torn down and a medical at Westminster bridge is names Andy Boyle he works in construction and he had come to monitor the protest he's white and this is what he said little available site dot this Congress and it's over by the strong rate on I will admit it still as racism today albeit it's getting better but it still isn't there yet I believe it should get there owner or French officials taking any action in response to what's going on the streets there yes they are well yesterday it ended rather chaotically because the police wouldn't let the protesters marched through the city that kept them pinned into the plaster at the break so we did see scenes of you know tear gas being fired but otherwise it was peaceful the government appears to be listening this week the interior minister Christophe Castaner he banned chokehold but the police have also come out they're angry they're say they're being stigmatized by a few bad apples and they have accused the interior minister of betraying them

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George Floyd death: Thousands join UK protests

WTOP 24 Hour News

00:55 sec | 4 months ago

George Floyd death: Thousands join UK protests

"Protests weren't only held in the U. S. people in several cities around the world held demonstrations as well over the weekend Londoners hit the streets to show solidarity with protesters in America we and this is this is the final on Sunday a huge crowd marched from Trafalgar Square to the American embassy one is locked down things like this are strictly against the rules with thousands of mostly young people decided with the day to the police largely stood back CBS correspondent Elizabeth Palmer reporting from London demonstrators also marched in solidarity in Canada Germany Israel Denmark Ireland and Italy

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Hundreds of protesters rally in London, Berlin over U.S. death

Wait, Wait Don't Tell Me!

00:54 sec | 4 months ago

Hundreds of protesters rally in London, Berlin over U.S. death

"President trump says the U. S. government will designate the anti fascist group antifa as a terrorist organization as NPR's Joel rose reports the trump administration is linking it to protests against police brutality that have turned violent in recent days president trump said on Twitter that the US will be designating antifa as a terrorist organization but didn't offer any details it's something he's called for before Attorney General William Barr blamed radical agitators for hijacking peaceful protests Barr said such violence is quoted domestic terrorism and will be treated accordingly it's not clear how many if any of the protesters involved in violent clashes around the country are associated with antifa as protests over the death of George Floyd have grown government officials have put the blame for violence and destruction on outsiders officials in Minnesota where Floyd was killed offer a very different assessment of who those outsiders our governor Tim Walz says far right white nationalists maybe sparking the violence Joel rose NPR news governor walls also said today protests were mostly peaceful in Minneapolis overnight after National Guard troops joined local and state police in a show of force to quell violence but governor wall says it will take far more fundamental changes to address the problem in his state we don't just right near the top on educational attainment we rank near the top on on personal incomes on homeownership on life expectancies things that make this and when they came out awhile back we are we rank second in a survey of the fifty states second in happiness behind a white but if you take a deeper look and peel it back which this week is peeled back all of those statistics are true if you're white if you're not we rank near the bottom wall cited unequal educational opportunities for children of color and lending practices that suppress black homeownership demonstrators turned out in Berlin Copenhagen in Toronto today saying they were rallying in solidarity with American protesters and NPR's Frank Langfitt reports hundreds of people marched on the U. S. embassy in London the protests began in London's Trafalgar Square where hundreds face Britain's National Gallery and took a knee the March continued across the river Thames to the U. S. embassy where protesters packed enough against a police cordon a black lives matters group in London organized the protest a Twitter account for black lives matter U. K. which said it is not affiliated with the London group questioned a mass gathering while Britain is still largely under lockdown adding quote we are currently discussing the implications of calling a mass March in the middle of a pandemic that is killing us the most government statistics show British blacks of African descent are nearly four times more likely to die from covert nineteen than white Britons Frank Langfitt NPR news this is NPR this is WNYC in New York I'm lance lucky governor Cuomo says new York's Attorney General will investigate the NYPD's actions during yesterday's protests the demonstrations turn violent at times with protesters hurling objects at police and police pepper spraying protesters video also show police SUVs driving into a crowd of protesters Cuomo says any allegations of police misconduct should be investigated by an external authority nuts local officials are they really in a position to be feet fair and objective they will say yes I say from a public confidence point of view have the investigation done by someone else Blasio has announced two of his some point appointees are conducting an investigation into the violent protests in the past few days in addition to the NYPD's internal probe the governor says the AG's review will be done by next month and in his press conference this morning mayor de Blasio largely praise the NYPD for its approach to policing this weekend's protests but he said his administration needs to do more to identify police officers in leadership or on the beat who he said are not cut out for the job that work needs to be amplified it speeded up intensified we need to make sure that anybody who should not be a police officer is not a police officer the NYPD says three hundred forty five people were arrested and thirty three officers were injured last night it is not clear how many civilians were

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Climate activists line London's Trafalgar Square with kids' shoes

Democracy Now! Audio

00:30 sec | 4 months ago

Climate activists line London's Trafalgar Square with kids' shoes

"In Britain climate activists from extinction rebellion stage to protest in London's Trafalgar Square Monday lining up over two thousand pairs of children's shoes to draw attention to the ongoing threat of climate catastrophe. Activists are demanding. The government tackle the climate crisis and refused to bail out extractive industries as part of the Krona virus recovery effort a banner Reading Cova Today Climate Tomorrow Act. Now was unfurled at the protest. One crisis doesn't stop because another starts said extinction rebellion

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Nations of Iran crash victims seek compensation for families

AP News Radio

00:33 sec | 8 months ago

Nations of Iran crash victims seek compensation for families

"The pharmacist of Canada the U. K. Afghanistan Sweden and Ukraine issued this statement after me to get the Canadian high commission on Trafalgar Square the nationalities of victims other than Iranians included fifty seven Canadians as well as eleven Ukrainians seventeen people from Sweden for Afghans and full but your citizens the Canadian foreign minister Francois feet sometime said although everyone had accepted responsibility Canada once closure accountability transparency and justice through a full investigation Karen Thomas London

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"trafalgar square" Discussed on The Leader

The Leader

03:45 min | 11 months ago

"trafalgar square" Discussed on The Leader

"It seems unlikely we'll ever find Prince Charles handcuffing himself to a car in Trafalgar Square but he has been one of the well that's most vocal and influential climate campaign has since long before the rebellion to to the streets he has no intention of stopping and has spoken exclusively to the extended to tell the UK's bankers it's up to them to save the planet interviews fascinating and you can read it in the paper and online here's what our editorial column made of it it's a commendable attempt by the to the throne to use his influence to speed up action against the dangers of climate change the role of finance and supporting the development in an expansion of green technologies will be crucial in helping the weld make the shift away from harmful carbon based industries in favor of sustainable alternatives the timing of the prince's intervention is pertinent to coming as it does only days after the end of the extinction rebellion protests in London earlier this month however noble the activists objectives it is the quiet power of money not the protest is noise on the streets that can and must do most tackle the threat of climate change while the Standards Jonathan print worked on this story Jonathan what is the prince trying to get out here today for decades he's being promoting his opinions about sustainability saving the protecting the planet from over exploitation and saw and I think he's always felt rather frustrated that the organizations institutions that fund investment have never quite come on board so because a lot of sort of aspiration but not a lot of actual achievable investment in in some green schemes some I think what he's saying is that now fine the that penny has dropped and big business and big finance in particular are now really really keen and see the prophets as well Chris chilly in backing green and sustainable investments this must be some vindication for Prince Charles because as you've mentioned he's talked about this for Theri very long time heavily he has an I I think it's a huge or he will certainly feel it's a huge indication that the subjects these subjects he raised so long ago when they were deeply on fashionable are now becoming absolutely not just mainstream but beyond mainstream seen as absolutely essential you know for the for the future safeguarding of the planet and the environment now he's not giving an interview like this for no reason I wonder if he thinks just a little nausea and little extra push will encourage more city companies more of those big financial companies to get involved do you think it will do you think he has that influence I think he does have influence but ultimately our investors will only guy whether returns are that's just the reality of of capitals awesome I guess but I think for him to to sort of highlight the point raised the profile make people think actors a horrible phrases as thought leader I think all of that is going to bring influence to bear at the same time in parallel with what Prince Charles's saying there's a loss of pressure on investment funds pension funds to divest their fossil fuel investments in particular the BP's in the shells and so on in order to be uh-huh sort of fossil free fossil carbon-free investments even MP's during that is this week three hundred and ps signed emotion to urge the parliamentary pension fund to sell off its BP and Shell Shi'as as a sort of gesture to become carbon-free investors.

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London's extinction rebellion

Correspondents Report

05:41 min | 1 year ago

London's extinction rebellion

"Yes the extinction rebellions two week international rebellion is coming to a close this weekend the environmental campaign governments around the world to take a much stronger in temperature fake blood spilled over the streets of London primary school kids join demonstrations with great grandparents rabbi found out extinction rebellion is also dividing Londoners on the question of whether they've taken their actions too far and ninety three year old man glued to it it's it's time to act in an unusual way because it's happening now and the message somehow facing extinction rebellion began he it's gone global and you get the sense it's only just beginning. The prime minister had failure uncharitable description of the rebel. But if you're a rational person you have to you have to have evidence for what you believe and you have to leave in silence presents evidence based for blocking the road he told the I've come to Trafalgar Square with thousands arrested and MPA arrested in hundreds more hauled away by police this is the extinction rebellion autumn uprising and perhaps the new normal in London getting across to people I don't know why I think it's a kind of collective denial that people have people don't want to know the truth to hear it because I don't hear it either England and she tells me she sees herself as an unlikely first time per taster welcome CALC- to come and join extinction rebellion we'll because I've never with my own team didn't want me to come to this event tonight because they said that there were some uncooperative cross T.'s and protesters of all kinds illiterate actual chief is actually targeted government the this week the extinction rebellion enraged many Londoners and tasted the goodwill jury table occupying the space for foot night when I visit on a rainy afternoon someone's had the kind to bring free lunches for everyone he and tourists take Sophie's with protests holding flagstaff into extinction rebellions logo Jackie Bedford has traveled to London to Bay he from Aylesbury in central East and all the signs scientists around the world all saying the same thing so we really have to do something we have to really push governments to take much it has been a constant presence these past couple of weeks on my book to the cheap one ninety smiling woman handed me a fly that just said we're sorry and she apologized I've never longtime non-cooperative clusky absolutely superb in Westminster way work at the London bureau extinction rebellion many in extinction rebellion dismayed by the decision to block the tube and disrupt enables days in the group later offered an apology but it did train during this merry like grandchildren cows heading towards at the moment in pay cal to protesters climbed onto a train at a cheap station in east London and an angry mob promptly dragged one of the men down appearing to attack him on the platform the the roads and even Boris Johnson's has joined the movement is one of the nicest teams it on any kind of activism before episode boring on Moore biding it is a climate emergency and criticism of extinction rebellion as largely white middle class movement that can be blind to the privilege of its members interfered with square when I was there among the protesters I was chatting to there were mixed views of whether expires they call it should target transport infrastructure to make their point with I should only be target leading the buildings belonging to government and be corporations as the discussion continues Jackie Bedford is getting ready to go home for the night she's not quite up for in facing the destruction of on the destruction of our system divided opinion here in the UK but less than a year camping here in the cold but this might be her last outing with extinction rebellion civil disobedience like this is a very powerful way of I used to facilitating sofa chairs getting things moving but I've never really felt the need to do it in the past but this just because the planet hasn't come to an end it hasn't died before it doesn't mean it's not happening now we're living in science fiction times but it's real that's what I would say headquarters but also public transport it's inspiring people of all ages many of whom have never protested before but as your correspondent Bridget Brennan what has been the response from just everyday members of the public can come Suzhou it's very mixed really I mean some people cheer and so And they just don't want to get the message they don't want your

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Police bans Extinction Rebellion protests in London

Bloomberg Daybreak: Europe

00:36 sec | 1 year ago

Police bans Extinction Rebellion protests in London

"London's police have banned climate change protests by extinction rebellion the verge George Bush scientists as it comes off with Ortiz arrested more than one thousand four hundred people this month the met police has been clearing activists from Trafalgar Square overnights off to issuing the London white band it was his fourth at nine PM yesterday evening with protesters given an opportunity to leave and only if they fail to comply with a arrested and prosecuted in response extinction rebellion said it will let trunks way go but the the international rebellion continues in London George shankha Bloomberg daybreak

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"trafalgar square" Discussed on News Radio 690 KTSM

News Radio 690 KTSM

02:39 min | 1 year ago

"trafalgar square" Discussed on News Radio 690 KTSM

"In Trafalgar Square. The protests are just starting to gather protesters could be in the tens of thousands here over the course of the day. The Trump baby blimp is just a few blocks, away, paulhamus where, and there is a another feature here, which is going to become one of the centerpieces. It is a robotic statue. Shoe of President Trump on a golden commode. It also speaks and says some of his signature cats ages like your fake news and no collusion NBC's Richard Ingle a letter sent by the suspected Virginia Beach shooter hours before was at hack is being released to the public Dwayne Craddock Senate Email Friday morning announcing he was putting in his two weeks. Notice to leave his position as an engineer with the city Virginia Beach, the forty year old cited personal reasons for his departure. But said it's been a pleasure to serve the city. Police say this game before he killed twelve people in died in a shootout with police at Virginia Beach municipal center. Giants are coming under new scrutiny from congress. The House Judiciary committee is launching an antitrust investigation into tech companies like Google Amazon. Facebook and apple to see if they have monopoly power over competitors. The investigation comes as the Justice department and the Federal Trade Commission or moving to divide antitrust oversight of tech giant's between the two agencies might Mayfield reporting. You're listening. To the latest from NBC News Radio customs and border protection, says an illegal immigrant died after being taken into custody in Texas. The forty year old was from Honduras, and was apprehended near eagle pass early Monday morning. CB says she collapsed about twenty five minutes after being taken into custody agents did provide emergency medical care. And she was taken to a hospital where she was pronounced dead. This is the third death of a migrant in US custody and three days. Texas attorney general Ken Paxton is suing San Antonio over their decision to keep Chick-fil-A out of the airport. Paxton says the suit is about forcing the city to make documents public under state law suit is being filed under the Texas public information act. The San Antonio city council voted in March to not give Chick-fil-A concessions contract at the airport after a city councilman said they had a history of anti LGBTQ behavior, new braunfels plan to put water storage wells in the Edwards. Aquifer is awaiting governor avid signature, the state Senate unanimously approved the twenty two million. Plan in April and the house gave its overwhelming approval last month. Abbott has twenty days from the end of the legislative session on may twenty nine to sign the Bill or veto it if he does, neither it will automatically become law. The aquifer provides drinking water to two million people three Texas cities are among the twenty least expensive travel destinations in.

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"trafalgar square" Discussed on The Empire Film Podcast

The Empire Film Podcast

04:08 min | 2 years ago

"trafalgar square" Discussed on The Empire Film Podcast

"He really amazing that way. I've had producer say it's gonna rain tomorrow. Let's go to whether cover and he's like, it's not going to rain like Thomas eighty five percent chance of rain tomorrow it's gonna rain is that's not gonna rate. We went and shot and is soon as we wrapped Tom on his way to the car, it would start pouring. It's really freaky. Well, this guy you can shut down Times Square. You can shut down Trafalgar Square. Yeah, make sense. He can control the weather. We can't control the weather control the he heals like wolverine, yes. As the writer of emission impossible movie, it must be, is it fun? Or is it a headache to come up with missions that are actually impossible, for example, nuclear bomb at the end, the mechanics that so ridiculously convoluted that makes me smile, but does it make you smile coming up with that or you'd thinking, oh my God. I'm going to do this when you try to come up with something, impossible, you will wanna two things will happen. You'll come up with something decidedly possible or as you say impossibly convoluted, I don't think about it. I don't try to come up with the impossible mission. I just try to come up with why are they sending the IMF? What's what's? Why is this job that the f. b. I can't do or the CIA can't do, or you know. Why? What makes it this thing? Where. It caused him. I don't know how to solve this problem. Send these guys, they'll figure it out and then what makes the the the mission decidedly impossible is coming up with things for everybody to do. The the notion of distributing the bomb only becomes complicated by the fact that I have to have something for venue and Luther to do an ill Sadou and Juliet. And that then you reverse engineer the complication to serve those character. So suddenly have to bombs and the two bombs are they have this failsafe e and I've got, I know I've got Ethan in the helicopter. What's the team doing on the ground? How does what ethan's doing in the helicopter affect what's happening on the ground and vice versa? How does this become? And and if Ethan, pulling the key out simply turn the bombs off, then the team's not really doing anything until he does that, of course it. So it all had to be engineered in such a way that everybody had something into integral to do, and that's what made it. So seemingly impossible, it's simple. Yeah, it's you you there. The story has demands and your job is to obey them, and that's. That's, that's. That's why you know when when when you asked me that other question it was like, you know about the about the the white? Yeah. The only decision to make in that entire moment was well, how long do you want it to be way? Nothing else was a meeting or a, you know, it was. It was not a sitting around pacing around the room. What do we do? If you understand editing at how nonsensical that's all going to look. If you follow it to its littoral conclusion, you're to will, how do I do it in a way that it's. It's not boring. Twenty seconds. And then we just said six seconds, seven seconds and it was six seconds. Six. Did you consider any point in the dark attending to a mission? Impossible movie and just watching this mushroom rice in the distance. We eventually folks we laughed throughout the sequence that you know when Walker kicks the detonator and have it sail over the cliff and cut to the mushroom cloud, Ethan, falls down the payload bag breaks his neck ends up in the bushes and got to a mushroom cloud, and you do the do. The doctor Strangelove ending will meet again. Yeah, we talked about it all the time. You say you had to give people something to do everyone's the deal you. One of those writers who has wall charts. Two characters tracking. ARC's is important too for each car to have an arc is an important view to have Benji b marketing different to the end the movie than he is at the beginning or Luther market different or laser to find function in a way..

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"trafalgar square" Discussed on News 96.5 WDBO

News 96.5 WDBO

03:19 min | 2 years ago

"trafalgar square" Discussed on News 96.5 WDBO

"Detox shot but see signs above the heads of the people milling around under the sun here in the very center of trafalgar square trump fight bigotry trump not welcome says yet another this is not america dump trump go home you orange looks like a garden know something like that another sign here says this is the carnival of resistance and many smiles as well in the crowd here people i guess with this point of view are very happy to be here it was a carnival like atmosphere in london today and you know what a lot of people out there they don't they don't like trump they don't and i get that absolutely and it's it's today was a day where huge crowds were out there and is what it is he's not he didn't feel welcome me said yesterday and it's an interesting thing with trump you know he had a meeting with the the sun and apparently the son left out of things in this in this interview he let loose in an interview he gave to the tabloid the sun mr trump trashed london's mayor saying that he was terrible when it comes to terrorism can praise boris johnson who just resigned as foreign secretary over brexit saying that he would make a great prime minister and he slammed current prime minister theresa may on the brexit negotiations now was some of that true absolutely but he also taped it and they left out a lot of stuff as well but that's that's modern journalism for everybody i mean you you hear that there's a reason that star ars athletes don't want to talk to journalists at times because they're always afraid they're gonna be misquoted or half the quotes going to be left out or things are going to be taken out of context it is what it is it's it's entertaining for us something to talk about at times but what are the big reason it look take away all of the drama that surrounds trump and there is a lot of drama we get that trump's from new york he's a new yorker if you've ever been to new york they're straightforward there in your face and very rarely is it personal most of the time it's just a matter of fact fact i used to go to this pizza place is called new york pizza and if you didn't have your or they're all guys from new york if you didn't have your order ready would you got up there they would just tell you to move and they've move onto the next guy and it was like it was like that there was nothing to do with you personally and i think a lot of that is trump right as is that new yorker attitude does he say things that crossed the line absolutely i'm not going to defend its on the stuff he says but in saying that i also think we're not used to somebody who is not plastic who's not pre prepared who is not put in a box where you take it out you know exactly what it's going to say how he's going to say it or she's going to say it over and over again you're gonna get the same stat answers and for a lot of people that is trump you could even if he had none of the other stuff around there the rough around the edges straight matter of fact style would still ruffle a lot of feathers around the globe three two three five three twenty four twenty three at chadbensonshow is your twitter each and every day atlas time catch we like.

"trafalgar square" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

03:51 min | 2 years ago

"trafalgar square" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"We are in trafalgar square is unofficial heart of london protesters started massing sometime around lunchtime there still going strong many hours here later and look who we have just managed to connect with in this crowd we have caught up with our man in london frank langfitt hello mary louise outside and in daylight yeah this nice long day it has been a long that you've been reporting all day you've been following this protest has to guard yeah it's it started off as you said around lunchtime there was really interesting as we work in i in the bbc and so you can look all the way down regent street and it was filled with people and i would say this looks like easily tens of thousands of people at around the size maybe larger than the women's march which was to coincide with trump's inauguration and people are protesting all kinds of things mostly focused on i don't like trump a lot of people who are out here today what were they saying about overall state of the us uk relationship not good i i think that what happened over tonight where president trump went to blend in palace and there was a lovely dinner with prime minister theresa may and then right afterwards right around that time story broke in which he was really very critical of her in the british press and people were very critic didn't like that at all and in fact i was talking to a guy today just actually on the sidewalk here his names nick barbara as a consultant i said no what's the state of the special relationship and and here's what he said it's gibberish is rubbish there is no special relationship trump he's looking out for yes it may say making america great again but he's undermine theresa may on a number of occasions his take on it was the trump had kind of soil to use the word soil the relationship but he didn't think it could recover brass than other president also unfolding not too far from here over by parliament today was the rise of the trump baby blend get that was he was only up for for a couple of hours though what was impression and i think that he was if there was a star of these protests it was the trump baby blimp and it was launched right in parliament square which of course you have westminster abbey big center of government here and when i saw him he was actually on his way down and he was deflating because he only had a couple of hours and it was very strange scene because it almost looked like the crowds were around him and and like he was being gobbled by the crowds i think it'd be honest with you it was very very odd experience let me take you back to the strategic level just first second back to this whole luncheon meeting and then press conference that donald trump and jerry somme held their visit i mean to put it mildly got up to a really rocky start with a sooner of in the sun but then they gave a press conference and they were all best friends forever so what happened well i mean they tried to gloss over it i mean donald trump tried to back off some of the things that he said i don't know that people here in trafalgar square anywhere in london will believe that because he didn't say i mean the quotes are all on he said what he said i think what people were very disturbed with with president trump we saw this in brussels is i guess we saw this all through the g seven he will be very nice publicly to allies but then he undercuts them at every turn and i think that really makes people very uneasy about the relationship were you as you were out and about interviewing people on the streets here today where you ask you about reaction was a lot of the people right now they have not focused on this yet the press conference israel relatively recent and people are actually as the press conference was going on people coming into the streets there a lot of questions about exactly when theresa may may have found out about this interview and what exactly she knew at what stage of this visit as you talk to people about the ordinary people this really bothers people there is an official politeness as you know you've lived here in london and there's a lot of protocol and certainly what he.

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"trafalgar square" Discussed on KTRH

KTRH

01:35 min | 2 years ago

"trafalgar square" Discussed on KTRH

"The heads of the people milling around under the sun here in the very center of trafalgar square dump trump fight bigotry trump not welcome says yet another this is not america dump trump go home you orange looks like a garden gnome something like that another sign here says this is the carnival of resistance and many smiles as well in the crowd here people i guess with this point of view are very happy to be here here in houston texas equa search is continuing to look for signs of thirtysevenyearold brittany burst field who went missing last month the group's tim miller says they're focusing efforts near home in houston's third ward where detectives found clothing and other items belonging to burr field weather conditions are not on our side one of our guys literally passed out winning the caesar's yesterday we had to get your detectives are questioning a man who lives at that home alex hegarty they describe him as an acquaintance of bir field here's john fire department proposes the first fee increase for ambulance services in six years fire chief proposed at a news conference today that the city began charging for calls when emt's treat a patient on side but don't transport them anywhere we don't have any opportunity to recover those costs were asking for one hundred seventy five dollars charge in those for treatment to for some of the cost that we incurred by deliver the service costs for full transport would increase to eight one thousand eight hundred seventy six dollars one hundred seventy five bucks for moving assistance and three hundred sixty five dollars with.

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04:37 min | 2 years ago

discussed on Amanpour

"Up to its billing controversial fast paced action pomp and protest it began intrude trumpian fashion starting with an unprecedented interview in the sun tabloid newspaper which is owned by trump's friend rupert murdoch and in which president trump directly criticized his host the british prime minister theresa may later though when standing beside her he tried to walk it back and make nice give our relationship terms of great the highest level of special so we started off with special i would give our relationship with the uk and now especially after this today's with your prime minister i would say the highest level of special special or not the president avoided central london and parliament behind me because of this tens of thousands of people packed trafalgar square and marched through the streets protesting his visit and his policies on immigration and his record on women's issues of blimp of trump is a baby in a diaper over overhead briefly then as president trump met the queen fatih to bombshells drop back home in washington the deputy attorney general announced some of the most serious charges yet from the muller investigation allegedly russians hacking into democratic computers the indictment charges twelve russian military officers by name for conspiring to interfere with the twentieth sixteen presidential election and here in london the metropolitan police say they've identified the source a small bottle of the novi chug nerve agent that left one person dead and another critically ill lost week it looks a lot like a one two punch a power play to set up president trump's one on one summit with the russian president vladimir putin next monday in helsinki my guests all collectively battletested veterans of diplomacy across the united states britain europe and russia they are pete west because who is uk ambassador to the united states and antony gardner who is america's ambassador to the european union gentlemen welcome to the program so a lot to digest just when you think you have one trail of news another one comes just when you think you know who way and direction whiplash everything's going the other way so let me i ask you what do you make of the the indictments in washington regarding the muller investigation and accusing members of the gru ministry officials in russia of hacking into the democratic national convention and their and their computers during the election what do you make of speechless i think this is the next stage of an investigation which will known about for a long time the mueller investigation has been farah it's very well staffed it hasn't leaked and each time that something that comes out of that investigation it is very serious and catholic explained calibrated of course the people indicted and not living in the united states but what this does is firmly again make the point that the russians were interfering in the united states presidential elections and with the campaigns of one camp in particular does it mean that the trump administration is somehow complicit no it doesn't say that did it make any does it provide any additional evidence that the russians made a difference the outcome of the elections it's not saying that either but it is one more you like nailing a coffin of the russian lies they had nothing to do with it and i think the timing just before president trump is going to meet putin in helsinki is important and we understand from the deputy attorney general that he actually if president trump before making this public announcement and briefed him earlier this week what do you think because they're now us senators democratic senators calling for president trump to cancel his meeting with president putin do you think you should meet and and read him the riot act or should he council well i think he should cancel i'm particularly troubled by news reports which if correct indicate the he'll be meeting putin alone just with interpreters now think of what that's signal that sends after this week in which is undermined both nato and undermined the e that'd be meeting with him alone those agents were not acting alone it's almost certain to say they were acting on instruction so this is not a meeting you should be having so i think you should cancel this comes with the double whammy of the metropolitan police i said finding this vile of novi chalk now.

"trafalgar square" Discussed on Newsradio 950 WWJ

Newsradio 950 WWJ

01:58 min | 2 years ago

"trafalgar square" Discussed on Newsradio 950 WWJ

"Is cbs news on the hour sponsored by ziprecruiter i'm vicki barker live in london where president trump has ignited political uproar after telling a london tabloid his embattled hostess prime minister theresa may is mishandling brexit britain's exit from the eu here's the bbc's gary o'donoghue offensively he's cut her off at the knees you're right here last night this was president trump speaking minutes ago as he sat down for talks with theresa may before lunch with the prime minister followed by tea with the queen may smiling for the cameras but one normally softspoken conservative lawmaker had this advice for her prime minister i think she should pretty much turn in he can stick his dog whistle that's essentially the message of the many protesters out in force here in london today as cbs's steve futterman reports vicky this is where the main protest will take place today trafalgar square organizers expect tens of thousands this show up now there have already been loud protests here in london in regent's park where president trump spent the night several hundred showed up making lots of noise and criticizing the president i'm steve futterman at trafalgar square in london now with more cbs news here's deborah rodriguez was a raucous hearing on capitol hill as house republicans took fbi agent peter struck to task over antitrump tasked xts mr chairman this outrageous ability his shame democrats shouting down texas congressman louie gohmert who asked struck about his wife and an affair he had with a former fbi lawyer with whom he exchanged those texts political correspondent ed o'keefe just ridiculous the lack of decorum from both sides of the aisle here this whole thing has just been a real embarrassment for this institution that lawyer lisa page is scheduled to meet with lawmakers behind closed.

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"trafalgar square" Discussed on WBBM Newsradio

WBBM Newsradio

02:00 min | 2 years ago

"trafalgar square" Discussed on WBBM Newsradio

"Cbs news on the hour sponsored by dell small business i'm vicki barker live in london where president trump has ignited political uproar after telling a london tabloid his embattled hostess prime minister theresa may is mishandling brexit britain's exit from the e u here's the bbc's gary o'donoghue effectively he's cut her off at the knees right here last night this was president trump speaking minutes ago as he sat down for talks with theresa may before lunch with the prime minister followed by tea with the queen may smiling for the cameras but one normally softspoken conservative lawmaker had this advice for her prime minister i think she should pretty much turn where he can stick his dog whistle that's essentially the message of the many protesters out in force here in london today as cbs's steve futterman reports vicky this is where the main protest will take place today trafalgar square organizers expect tens of thousands this show up now there have already been loud protests here in london park where president trump spent the night several hundred showed up making lots of noise and criticizing the president on steve futterman at trafalgar square in london now with more cbs news here's deborah rodriguez was iraq is hearing on capitol hill as house republicans took fbi agent peter struck to task over antitrump tasked ex mr chairman this outrageous ability shame democrats shouting down texas congressman louie gohmert who asked struck about his wife and an affair he had with a former fbi lawyer with whom he exchanged those texts political correspondent at kief just the lack of decorum from both sides of the aisle here this whole thing has just been a real embarrassment institute lawyer lisa page scheduled.

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"trafalgar square" Discussed on KIRO Radio 97.3 FM

KIRO Radio 97.3 FM

02:13 min | 2 years ago

"trafalgar square" Discussed on KIRO Radio 97.3 FM

"Circumstances british prime minister theresa may welcomes president donald trump to great britain bird not everyone is pleased about the visit soon after the president arrived the protests began his views well several hundred gathered near where mr trump is staying legions are and i think the danger to the wall tomorrow but more just of the protests tens of thousands expected in london's trafalgar square steve futterman cbs news london back in the us contentious house hearing over fbi agent peter struck and whether he was biased in the mueller russia probe here's democratic representative bonnie watson coleman taking on republican representative trae county over his line of questioning you can't control yourself how do you expect this committee to control itself you've been out of control since you've been on this committee why don't you leave it alone this is not benghazi washington state senator stevo bands demanding than amtrak and sound transit be held accountable for the deadly train derailment that happened in his district federal safety investigators her testimony this week about the crash oban says it reveal i think there was a profound breakdown and management training and ultimate decision making that the amtrak was ready to go on the new track three people died and dozens were injured when the train went off an overpass and onto i five in pierce county last december a federal judges ruled that a washington state man accused of mailing explosive devices to government agencies is not competent to stand trial yet and then to health experts says tan kong fun has schizophrenia and needs to be hospitalized for at least for months a burden bands and affected pierce county because of dry conditions it applies to all land clearing yard debris outdoor burning you can still have a small recreational fire in a fire pit approved at approved campgrounds and on private property gas and propane stoves and barbecues are also kate time to check in with kiro radio realtime traffic and tracy taylor all right i'm gonna throw some drive times that she right now and i'll tell you this is not going.

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FBI Agent Peter Strzok defends his use of free speech

24 Hour News

02:34 min | 2 years ago

FBI Agent Peter Strzok defends his use of free speech

"With a colleague in his antitrump text messages fbi agent peter struck defended himself in questioning by florida republican dennis ross you feel that your use of a federally authorized federally owned cell phone protects your right of exercising your political free speech cert look i i think it was bad judgment i think it was terrible judgment i do you took a federal i believe i believe it is protected speech cbs's eto key while republicans are furious with struck so we're democrats the same members who yell at the republicans about the way they're treating can also have gone to great lengths of the course of their questions to sort of i'm just as upset with you sir for doing what you did on your work phone for different reasons because you didn't reveal during the campaign donald trump was also under investigation just as he did investigation on his first presidential trip to britain president trump likely rattled his host by saying prime minister theresa may wreck the country's exit from the european union and likely killed the chance of a free trade deal with the us he was interviewed by the rupert rupert murdoch owned sun tabloid told her she wanted to go different route so you would be preventable kuwait if they didn't give you the wrong terms oh i think what's very unfortunate many in britain are protesting the visit soon after the president arrived the protests began his views policies well good yeah several hundred gathered near where mr trump is stain park and i think the danger to the wall tomorrow but more just of the protests tens of thousands expected in london's trafalgar square steve futterman cbs news london despite reports of a contentious nato meeting in brussels former supreme allied commander of europe phillip breedlove said he's heard good things about the meeting the feedback we're getting from what happened in the room was that it was a much more pelagia joel much more even keeled conversation inside the room in the actual meetings and that we came away with four or five very strong commitments to things that nato are going to do in the future missouri jury has slapped johnson and johnson with four point seven billion dollars in compensatory and punitive damages in the lawsuit filed by twenty two women who said as best as in talcum powder caused their ovarian cancer on wall street the dow was up to twenty four.

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"trafalgar square" Discussed on KOA 850 AM

KOA 850 AM

02:32 min | 2 years ago

"trafalgar square" Discussed on KOA 850 AM

"Two and seventy degrees downtown it's colorado's morning news uk they like me a lot in the uk i think they agree with me on immigration how they're expecting protesters let's get into that with abc's tom rivers live from our foreign desk in london what are you seeing there as i security goes and protests mardi real real tight security invent given the schedule as well the president will be helicopter just just about everywhere on this particular second leg of his european swing so there won't be any if you will available time face to face meet and greet anything like that with the public so going to be if you will away from these protesters today there are a number of quote unquote smaller protests cambridge oxford you name it taking place regent's park which is near the us ambassador's residence where the president will stay tonight but the real one is really tomorrow at least two marches tomorrow now organized things are going to get about fifty thousand people in trafalgar square we'll wait and see on that there were similar claims in brussels and it turned out that just a few dozen people showed up so you know the dynamics may have changed over the past few months we'll have to wait and see guys but tomorrow is really the day that we're going to watch the protests is he would shakes out you know tom i know that they're upset with president trump obvious reasons but it doesn't sound like they're very thrilled with theresa may either so these protests also be about dealing with her too well you know what you think back a year ago thereabouts when there was a big petition you get one hundred thousand people to sign up on a petition and politicians can can then debate it and the debate was whether they should allow the president into this country at that time there were things like you know allegations of sexual harassment against the president you name it but over the course of the past twelve months there's been some real better to and fro ings with this government and a very very week prime minister they got their own domestic fish to fry so that's kind of taken a little bit of the edge of maybe the the anti trump sentiments that you felt when we're very strong a year ago they're concerned more with their own if you will brexit negotiations have they're going how we're going to have this divorce with the european union not a whole lot of answers coming out of the government here in the uk right now abc's tom rivers reporting live from the foreign desk in london thank you seven twenty five on colorado's morning news financial engines dot com here's pat oh look down.

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"trafalgar square" Discussed on News-Talk 1400 The Patriot

News-Talk 1400 The Patriot

02:23 min | 2 years ago

"trafalgar square" Discussed on News-Talk 1400 The Patriot

"That we used to go there and feed the pigeons and it was just that was the thing that families did if i take a picture now of trafalgar square orlando i don't recognize recognize the faces in my city i appreciate that we've been told multiculturalism and diversity is our strength will i'm sorry isn't the case what we've turned into in london is a nation of ghettos you have the polish community and they came here to work very hard a few decades ago and they've done a great job but the polish now or returning to eastern europe because they don't like the violence on ansel sibling and in certain areas of london now i think about tower hamlets certain ninety eight percent muslim ninety eight hundred ninety eight and and someone like my mom my sister they wouldn't walk my girlfriends they would not walk in certain parts of london because you will be spattered because your hair is uncovered because you don't have the full burqa on there are no go zones in london as we speak it certainly isn't still my capital city katie if i remember correctly london had some very strict gun laws and i think if correctly the bobby's even didn't carry gun the policemen don't carry still don't still don't carry weapons we have an armed police reaction unit yeah but of course that rather requires that they are in the right place to react when he decides to as i did love summer take a vehicle drive it down the sidewalk our bridges smashing terror tourists and brits ceilings path he came round the corner to the parliament building where i know you stay near stabbed the policemen on duty who had no way of protect south and continue to kill a good number of people and i'll cop still on armed america talks about gun laws i always say well how does it happen that in my country we have so much gun violence we don't even have guns or think about as parisian attacks in november two thousand fifteen hundred thirty were killed four hundred were injured with automatic weapons we are not allowed guns you could talk about gun control we don't have guns and yet we are mown down by guns just to say oh my goodness you know katie i.

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"trafalgar square" Discussed on TED Radio Hour

TED Radio Hour

02:16 min | 2 years ago

"trafalgar square" Discussed on TED Radio Hour

"That's right we have this ferry anthropocentric worldview butts would like to be able to show a bit more humility ready a allow us to make space for nature to create some scope for other species to flourish rather more than they do george doesn't think that we should just do things like put wolves spec in yellowstone help wales keep control over the oceans perhaps we should also start thinking about the return of some of our lost megaphone megaphone are you say well every continent had one apart from antarctica when when trafalgar square in london was excavated the river gravel server found to be stuffed with the bones of hippopotamus rhinos elephants hyenas lions yes ladies and gentlemen there were lions intra founder square long before nelson's column was built all these species lived here in the last interglacial period when when temperatures were pretty similar to our own is not climate largely which is which is got rid of the world's megaphones it's pressure from the human population hunting and destroying the habitats which has done so but but you're talking about like bringing lions back to britain right it may require little public suasion clemen fool the lions introduction has so far been muted but in europe there are huge areas which are now being vacated by farmers and one estimate suggests that by twenty thirty we're looking at thirty million hectares which is an area the size of poland and what are we going to do that well i say let's create some really big national parks and let's repopulate them with missing megafauna that's print the lions let's bring back the hyenas and the hippos and they might also also provides some extra protection for species which are under serious trouble in the places where they live at the moment and maybe this will give them an extra chance of survival.

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"trafalgar square" Discussed on World Cafe

World Cafe

02:26 min | 2 years ago

"trafalgar square" Discussed on World Cafe

"That is trafalgar square the opening track jonathan wilson's third album out i'm hearing a pink floyd five a little bit at does that is that seep in when you're you work with so many great purpose purpose because he was there in my studio for longtime you know and a lot of the tracks were the same that's that's my gear that my tars and same pedals and stuff and since he was there i was like well now i have car bonds to sort of get into that sound you know what i mean jonathan wilson is our guest here on the world cafe and this show comes from philadelphia right you have a slight connection to philadelphia when you were sixteen year olds yeah yeah so tell us for pre stay in philly stain philly for about three weeks four weeks and i in the middle of the night when i was sixteen i decided to run away from home that was my big you know that was my move and i'm i'm i came to philly and my parents freaked out at my grandmother freaked out of a blob she and they somehow figured out you know to get me oh on the phone and i said you know it's time to come home and i was like no you know i i'm cool you know and so they so basically i did not go home and so i dropped out of school tenth grade and i was figuring out what am i going to do you know i have no idea what i'm gonna do and i found a jazz a school just at that pivotal time and i got my ged and went to school for jazz drums and so that you know like supremely shaped my whole you know my whole thing a one weird sliding doors moment that sort of moved you here then moved to you and then i became obsessed with jazz which like continues to be something that you find like an all of my songs and and the fact that i let let like that by the fact that i'm a drummer is a you know i mean is a big thing with all the you know i mean with the production and stuff jonathan wilson here is our guest in studio where is the name of his new.

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"trafalgar square" Discussed on Global News Podcast

Global News Podcast

02:21 min | 2 years ago

"trafalgar square" Discussed on Global News Podcast

"The fourth plinth near nelson's column in trafalgar square in london has become a popular spot for contemporary art back in eighteen forty one when it was built the plinth was meant for william the fourth but there wasn't enough money for these statue of the british king sitting on also it stood empty for the next hundred and fifty years the latest exhibit is an animal though replica of a winged bull from the ancient city of niniveh in modern day northern iraq the original was destroyed by the islamic state group and the copy by the artist michael raca vits is made out of ten and a half thousand tin cans the bbc presenter martha kearney went to the unveiling by the mayor of london sadie com million people who see this wonderful piece of ours so margot's sure thought countdown soon although wet blacklock is being peeled off this statue four and a half meters hide the same an incredible mythical creature a replica of his statue which wants stood in the ancient city of niniveh we live moved to get some shelter out of this torrential rain into ten that's been set up for the journalists i'm here with the artist michael records shochu is a reconstruction of the lama su that stood at the neural gate one of the entrances to the ancient syrian city of none of which is located in modern day iraq it stood century from about seven hundred bc up until two thousand fifteen when it was destroyed by isis and so as part of a larger project that i've been doing for the past twelve years now i have reconstructed the artifacts that were looted from the iraq museum but also destroyed and the aftermath of the iraq wars at archaeological sites and so they're made out of the detritus of middle eastern foodstuffs and arabic english newspapers which are the kind of trace of the the human side of the story of the displacement of people from the middle east and also humanizes the relationship to that culture.

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"trafalgar square" Discussed on Global News Podcast

Global News Podcast

02:21 min | 2 years ago

"trafalgar square" Discussed on Global News Podcast

"The fourth plinth near nelson's column in trafalgar square in london has become a popular spot for contemporary art back in eighteen forty one when it was built the plinth was meant for william the fourth but there wasn't enough money for these statue of the british king sitting on also it stood empty for the next hundred and fifty years the latest exhibit is an animal though replica of a winged bull from the ancient city of niniveh in modern day northern iraq the original was destroyed by the islamic state group and the copy by the artist michael raca vits is made out of ten and a half thousand tin cans the bbc presenter martha kearney went to the unveiling by the mayor of london sadie com million people who see this wonderful piece of ours so margot's sure thought countdown soon although wet blacklock is being peeled off this statue four and a half meters hide the same an incredible mythical creature a replica of his statue which wants stood in the ancient city of niniveh we live moved to get some shelter out of this torrential rain into ten that's been set up for the journalists i'm here with the artist michael records shochu is a reconstruction of the lama su that stood at the neural gate one of the entrances to the ancient syrian city of none of which is located in modern day iraq it stood century from about seven hundred bc up until two thousand fifteen when it was destroyed by isis and so as part of a larger project that i've been doing for the past twelve years now i have reconstructed the artifacts that were looted from the iraq museum but also destroyed and the aftermath of the iraq wars at archaeological sites and so they're made out of the detritus of middle eastern foodstuffs and arabic english newspapers which are the kind of trace of the the human side of the story of the displacement of people from the middle east and also humanizes the relationship to that culture.

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WH trade adviser: Tariffs will have "negligible" impact on consumer prices

News, Traffic and Weather

01:59 min | 2 years ago

WH trade adviser: Tariffs will have "negligible" impact on consumer prices

"Presented by blue emu i'm jim taylor trade cherif could lead to trade war and what would that mean in cbs's john vote a fight fears voiced by some republican officials from states that could feel the effects of a socalled trade war with key trading partners now white house pointman on trade insists new trump tariffs on steel and aluminum would have negligible to nothing affect on american consumers so white house trade policy adviser peter navarro now expects presidential action and soon these are going through legal review we expect probably by the end of the week these will be signed the experts with no exceptions he was on face the nation tom foty cbs news washington tomorrow in florida state senate considering rogue legislation that will address school safety and changes in gun regulation on cnn republican senator lindsey graham optimistic the president can steer the country towards m meaningful gun control legislation he have an obligation to give us a package to consider regarding school safety and guns you did a good job talking in front of the country about the problem must come up with solutions that are bipartisan it's coming back on power to some of the hundreds of thousands of customers who were knocked into the dark by a deadly nor'easter survey of east coast utilities finds fewer than a million customers now without power to help out utility crews in the midwest heading east in hardhit baltimore they'll be welcome linda foyer with bolts more electric and gas all boots on the ground situation for us we're gonna make from again all of our customers back as quickly as possible nine people killed in that storm international women's day is march aches today on march four a march four women's rights in london he said they would campaigning on that my grandma are they take that mother would campaigning on 100 years ago this still so similar today you know that getting the vote didn't resolve everything organizer helen pankhurst they are marching today from central london to the houses of parliament to trafalgar square he will be the figurative elephant in the room.

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"trafalgar square" Discussed on Hello Internet

Hello Internet

01:45 min | 3 years ago

"trafalgar square" Discussed on Hello Internet

"The how professional photography thing also must be getting just impossible to police because any emited these days has a tripod in a posh camera and a nice lens but also you could be they clowning around on your iphone and you could be some youtube making a video it's gonna get which by thirty million people how their policing that i've got no idea it doesn't make any sense i think especially with youtube the whole notion of commercial is very strange because i took some videos of the signs in trafalgar square and i put that up on my second channel and the second channel does have adds that run on that video so like was i commercially filming in trafalgar square on my iphone it's like i guess five a letter of the law i was but by no reasonable person's definition would you say oh that was a commercial filming operation low came up lock him up it is very funny 'cause you also see a when i was there on that day i did see a bunch of people with what i think of as like the the casing istat filming set up where they have a very impressive looking canon camera with the little road microphone attachment on the top and the guerrilla pods stand to hold it in their hands and it is it is funny thing flake is that just some kid filming stuff for himself right or is that of lager with millions and millions of subscribers like you don't know and then is that a commercial operation or not it really is crazy and it's unbelievable and it's frustrating i was actually alerted to this situation by a couple of tim's hey i think heads go to the square that from san francisco but our holidaying in london was a married couple and that go onto the square i think for a little bit of grey inspired civil disobedience.

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"trafalgar square" Discussed on Hello Internet

Hello Internet

01:33 min | 3 years ago

"trafalgar square" Discussed on Hello Internet

"What's the seven pray for this podcast deport cast god's please forgive the sins we've committed i for the last half hour and let this episode actually make it to a amen amen it seems brady dance trafalgar square is doubling down on their policy of no fun big time i was there the other day and you know how you know allowed on the lawns and you said there was like some god right well now the whole lion area at the bottom of nelson's column had like dislike black and yellow crime scene ask type around it so you couldn't even get to within touching distance of the lines should learn climb on them it was like oh quarantaine there was no water in the fountains was no fun to be had in a fountains seriously it was crazy it was the least fun place in all of the uk except the when you talked about trafalgar square you would dissing it and you were quite right to be dissing it you did leave out nelson's column itself which i think is one of the great szots of london and that is still a reason to go to trafalgar square and i do still love that i guess but it doesn't help that nelson's column is now in the centre of this new funds own near and on one side you have trafalgar square would used to be fun and on the other side you just have a massive traffic intersection it needs a reason to be a fun place to go but y you sent me this photograph of the square crimes seemed off yeah it is hard to express how.

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