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"u. k." Discussed on Power 106 FM
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"u. k." Discussed on 1150 AM KKNW
"U. K. she does digital apology anchored in the chilly weather okay do you see it L. close your feet on sept sin it is single action that has exactly use the word shellac will win yeah yeah those should be engines the gold sedan got that thank you let me see it the little pizza sure hope hopefully over which is a fiction book out there and I tell a chance to see that Bijan the lady on the shampoo to whistle she is the you should use which you don't know it's intentional to the house in Oakland she got a call from the she duration current book without the signal what we are going to be yeah the stock with a condition should be out of the loop with all she doesn't really understand the contact we spoke with a man who you would all walk in Canada because I'm not there you go she said we don't want to talk about what show she got the lady told me that he we got like a whole bunch she and she glandular he was issued cool cool I mean how common shoes the more people she told not to mention we are taken away from off attention should be reasonable doubt he wouldn't have been revealed could you that office should run with this is what search I believe that I'm great the point on this one this is one issue John she is twenty gold he faces the ocean of course have that issue because with what you have there in the what is she didn't insult that you can shoot down and escalation of the call could see is that simply your call could see him because he will say to you the content to create one Shinji Cundall piece go to the range of beauty to Clinton thanks Diana each you see over there well she usually will the call because he hi fi that level quality total sleaze Hiram being too liberal you may Tom should dish on the outlook on the way goods although she found on the official questions sweets you'll begin to work with you soon when we see one comma the goods in the way of the teen you that you'll be seeing their **** how to losing the function issue woman Millicent because we know she's in the thank you for showing coca tea to encourage you to push your mission yeah without a you see it what to shoot down the ship which is a click away fashion the politicians so he which is a great use of receptacle could see shoes you should see yes you know me again your heart should simply confession the young street since I just before the shooting you push a woman with a cell of a single cell I thought you would be two years ago she she she she she was a woman which I was able to show it so you mention us home and chat with a delegate often made to Thompsons solutions issue so it's I'm sorry welcome to the men's Cologne this is always good during the shooting yeah one No Way colleges on combat action to use in the pitch of the season well occupy Oakland politicians with some injections lock you should keep your comments are more number crunching about the issue you should should we should not when the when the commission in Washington what I call could you go put me on the the connection to the actual the woman from the suspensions are you sure two hundred dollars a month okay okay cool Congress you know it was super supportive the name of the man that was sold to a child Charlotte church Turing machine the card is on scene I'm going to change the the ocean street the technicians will help drive used racial what should you will one one number number number your customer focused individuals is not that's also Jennifer thank you for coming on the wrong side of the on the.
"u. k." Discussed on MYfm 104.3
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"u. k." Discussed on KCRW
"The phone number the two eleven another study like a puddle jumper how to break the rules I have to do a waiting queue stays put yeah U. K. phase no and so the rules can change keep talking wait a minute that thing in your room like this this thank you six sure the last time zero rates and all that six put your money on all since stop to.
"u. k." Discussed on WTVN
"K. I should mention over the time we've been through with the U. K. Scientology Europeans oncology headquarters location for for the church internationally and the the actor Tom Cruise is often your existing account to say that is already in I think it was December two thousand and eleven it was a famous UFO case that hit the Nikkei national headlines it is great for the town where we had moved in on this you know Scientology headquarters based maybe two to three miles away from home but anyway I'm not I'm not leaving us all morning I should say in the summer of two thousand eleven I think the six British Airways jet pilot visually seeing three to six what can only be described as five holes of metallic flying school would literally hovering over the few case oncology headquarters another Lisa the radar at London Gatwick apple it also picked up the same thing and by the way they call that number you got with capital is one of the UK's largest apple but it's nowhere near London London is about seventy miles away and the airport is in my home county of west Sussex it's it's a really curious and fascinating place there's been a lot of attention on the fight for this UFO sighting Scientology famous visitors by John Travolta and Tom Cruise and the lady on the material anything on the run through this location so I would say may two thousand and thirteen on both of the rights we decide to move to the merchant number assistance some of the I've been visiting coal you know fifty thousand for those groups decade beforehand but the government somewhere you know outside of your own country prominently at the number another thing together it's a nice tropical climate it's hard to do the whole Mark Twain once described it in one of his books and he said the from one citizen you can gather the idea the purchase was made for us and then have them and then having the carpet off the marshes of mark Twain's impression of Jana because she also making a political statement on the the slavery trade that was happening on the island at the time it was one of the unfortunately the central points in the wall place were what liberals as you mentioned earlier were about five hundred sixty miles east of Madagascar which is a much larger country and made famous by wonderful pics on Disney film franchises I enjoy watching one kid the army is about thirty eight miles long and about thirty miles away so it's about twice the size of Hong Kong and it lies just north of the tropic of Capricorn I'm is absolutely volcanic in nature it is auto of all kind of live in which someone that much as I mentioned that about one point three million people living on the island about eighty percent of them living in and around the capital port Louis the multi cultural right the sorry could multi controlled itself multicultural country lot of influences from different European countries as well as the indigenous people absolutely right yes yes I mean malicious the the kind of human history is relatively recent a modern what we know is that Arab traders for Monday I'm on Austronesian favors I think it was a value to the tenth century around the end of one thousand eight PM once I first spotted beyond the non Portuguese sailors first came here nearly fifteen hundred I mean basically use that as a stopping off point on the spice free trading route but the main base of the modem be which is on the upper east coast all Africa for the Portuguese navigators prefers to use the on the focal point on the way to engineering training slices the country itself over all of the first posted on a map that was made by a Portuguese coupled with her at the time and it's not with us smuggled out of Portugal to Italy on the orders of a certain few corporate and it was a guy from the city that did this and fifteen aren't Sir militias formed part of three islands then they called the Mascarene islands reunion island is about a hundred miles off the west coast the not thought she thought of phone number please Eric resell and we have malicious where we are which is an independent Republic of nineteen ninety four and was given independence in nineteen sixty eight on the British colonial rule and we're supposed to have a system running cold will be gone which is really beautiful under the water five and three walking octopuses they they can fish for a salad it's a beautiful island and you know we are taking the names of the even my Griffin do not however be from our system even more already full J. P. on I'll have to interrupt you there for a second JP Hagen's my gas we're gonna get into a pretty tremendous you up okay said that happened in is now adopted homeland.
"u. k." Discussed on KCRW
"Gave U. K. thank sixty nine okay that a lot of gray I don't understand in twenty ninety yeah what people buy more shoes than invest in neighbouring and by the time you hit a sixty no matter if people live in free and then the paycheck to paycheck one number and one and then that they can control but it's all about the same let it be got I do know that it needs are you going to keep your cool if a difficult do thank what this all the lady Goodman I mean we quite comforted that tests are available to the national labs but having tests available throughout the country and smaller labs would allow us to hunt for these tests with rapid turnaround time which would be helpful to our patients so what's the hold up.
"u. k." Discussed on WHAS 840 AM
"So big day tomorrow we've got U. K. basketball on starting at two or three games at three forty five tip the cats take on all burn tomorrow and then tomorrow night following the game we're going to have coverage of the South Carolina primary yeah we'll see if if Bernie is to be stopped if if Joe is going to have a big night we'll see if some of the the people who are hanging on still gonna be able to hang on all that coming up tomorrow night following the U. K. game will have coverage for you right here on newsradio eight forty W. H. A. S. right now though let's get the latest from the sports desk and say hello once again to Jody doubling right Joe well it's a big weekend of college basketball and there is one burning question for Louisville basketball fans will Maleek Williams be able to play when the cardinals host Virginia Tech on Sunday night Chris mac Kay having a little bit not really an answer but an update for us this afternoon as Maleek Williams again injured on Monday night at Florida state here's what coach Mack had to say hi it's common you know it's it's it's day to day he's not practicing yet so you know anything that you know we put out there is purely speculative we gotta get the swelling to go down the pain to go down as much as we possibly can knowing that when he comes back he will be a hundred percent you're no one usually is this time of year so we want league for the long haul and and you know if he can play Sunday I know he will but I don't know that yet hi that's coach Mack the update again not sure if he will play a little will honor all five of its seniors and junior Jordan wore a who today said probably his last game at the KFC yum center Sunday six o'clock ceremony begins at five thirty at the KFC yum center congratulations to the U. of all women for winning the ACC outright are these the conference to title outright last night they will have their senior day at noon on Sunday the five seniors for the U. of a women a scene di OB Jessica Laemmle Bianca Dunham Kylee shook and jasmine Jones for the Kentucky Wildcats they've won seven in a row since that loss to Auburn they'll face Auburn tomorrow twenty four and four Auburn twenty three and five Kentucky three forty five at Rupp arena Indiana Hoosiers hold a tough loss last night against Purdue Purdue one game above five hundred now Indiana dropping to eighteen ten the Hoosiers will play Sunday at Illinois that game is at two o'clock in the thirties are investigating whether deputy shared graphic photos of the helicopter that killed Kobe Bryant is thirteen year old daughter and seven others the Los Angeles Times reported today that a public safety source with knowledge of the events have seen one of the photos on the phone of another official in a setting that was not related to the investigative site there they're trying to look into that to see if there's something to that will be terrible because nobody needs you know to see those photos unless you're part of that investigating crypts and China's greatest swimmer has been banned for eight years for breaking anti doping rules and will miss the twenty twenty Tokyo Olympics the court of arbitration for sport found three time Olympic champion sun Yang guilty are refusing to cooperate with blood sample collections during a visit to his home in September of two thousand and eighteen when a blood sample container was smashed with a hammer that's sports news radio eight forty W. H. A. not a good sign if you're smashing a blood sample container with the with the hammer it it probably doesn't look very good for you in eight years holy moly I mean.
"u. k." Discussed on KCRW
"The phone number the two eleven another study like a puddle jumper to break the rules you have to do a waiting queue these days but the yeah U. K. phase you know I had a man thank so the rules can change keep talking wait a minute that thing in your room like this the because that is true and it she wondered they just don't.
"u. k." Discussed on KQED Radio
"Rooms on competition policy subsidies social protection the environment or anything similar any more than that you should be obliged to accept U. K. rules the UK will maintain the highest standards in these areas better in many respects windows of the E. U. without the compulsion of a treaty Dr Meredith Carly is professor of economics at Cambridge university and an established experts on will trade the E. U. wants what they call a level playing field so they're real fear is that the U. K. would do something in pure domestic policies they talk a lot about regulation but it could just be if the U. K. simply cuts tax rates on firms that are operating in the U. K. then it would be much more desirable for a manufacturer to locate their plant in the U. K. because tax rates are super low and maybe have very loose labor market regulation again it would be beneficial to firm the European Union doesn't want all of these plants leaving Europe relocating in the U. K. and then basically having free access to the European market if the U. K. tries to attract business investment by relaxing faith safety standards for workers and so I think that's a legitimate concern the pragmatic point though is it actually people in the U. K. probably one reasonably good labor market protections they probably want reasonably high consumer safety protections for different types of products effect to be that you would have to accept the U. K.'s would that the UK government has no intention of undercut saying things like environmental social and labor protections but trust enough I mean well there's a third way and so the third way would be something like establishing a public international investment court to regulate problems that could arise between the two countries that exists already doesn't it's the European Court isn't it well there's the European Court of justice which is not something that appeals to people within the U. K. but if you look at the Canadian European free trade agreement when problems arise where firms feel they're not getting fairly treated within the country they've invested in there's a joint tribunal where the European Union picks and Jr S. Canada picks and jurists and those jurists here at the plea of you know particular firm so it would make sense for the U. K. and the E. U. to maybe establish some broad principles and then say well if at some future date one side or the other feels that those principles are not being met we could have a dispute settlement system to help resolve this dispute what should we read into the fact that the U. K. E. doesn't want to sign up to any use standards on workers rights environmental protection state Tate when it comes to a trade agreement with the U. is it because it wants to have an agreement with American it feels it called if it signs up to these standards no I don't think it has to do with America I think actually some of this is time pressure is begin to negotiate a trade agreement you have a period of consultation with your domestic agents the United States has already had a consultation period about negotiating a future trade relationship with the U. K. and American businesses labor unions NGOs in the environment they've already been able to voice their concerns and their desires for trade agreement and in the U. K. we've only just left the European Union and the government really hasn't had a good deep analysis of what policies are desirable for the U. K. and so I think that there's a sense in which they're saying okay we don't want to sign up to the European state aid formula right away because we need to figure out like is that a good choice for the U. K. but the point is that there isn't really a time for that the discussion is that the U. K. has to come to an agreement with the U. before the end of this year otherwise there won't be any agreement I think they created a time pressure problem for themselves without doing this consultation in many cases businesses alike to have clear standards that are the same with their foreign competitors so that they can make products that they can sell in foreign markets so what you're saying is it possible for a person to be this global free trade powerhouse it wants to be I'm to maintain some sovereignty over its own rules and regulations the two are not incompatible the two are not incompatible you look at Japan you look at South Korea you look at Canada you look at Australia does your economy is very similar in size in an industrial based to the U. K. they maintain a fair amount of sovereignty in Japan famously has very stringent food safety standards and when they import things from the United States United States producers have to produce your hired food safety standard to serve the Japanese market than they do to serve the US domestic market Dr Meredith cruelly ending this edition of business daily to get in touch the Twitter handles our Asman one at B. B. C. or ax B. C. business today's.
"u. k." Discussed on KGO 810
"That's it hello heather doing traffic pushing the buttons and tell me what to do and a prime thank without the buttons I it is it it is amazing to me that we have a bay area that distort go up by the way it's actually in in U. K. now a side to side you are you were an independent that's you capable yeah that the bay area is actually having a homeless people deliver addiction notices that it's not a good story for us if we had them out I don't know what the beaches we have but it's a dangerous job areas but it's a valid I don't have a problem with them doing it I have a problem with them being paid under what they would pay a non homeless person I am that's my problem I agree with your point but I think that second idea number one point is someone has to do it though right yeah but you put it's a dangerous job it is a big thing how would you respond if somebody knocks at your door and and smells like them and sleep in a car and tells you at your house you believe them when you're like get out of here right well there's that too I mean what if they're interested that's all they have to do is handed to you and then turn walk yeah well that's okay but we'll get to survive you know people will come and say what does it say what is this tell me what the envelope ID I know but that's you know it's Gander as I hear yeah and and how are they going to get to the areas that they are to deliver them to me or drive them and drop them off in a room I mean I guess they would have to be on there either but it's going to be in the areas that they're currently occupy there's a question I don't know about how much people how often do they relocate in the city hi a homeless person limovan Golden Gate park how often will he come down to stay at North Beach well I don't know I bet I I will but also you doing all right your you know how many cases if you're bi polar you're doing drugs and you're hanging around a certain area that might be walking around is what I'm saying is I don't know I mean again that it's just that was a thought I had during the break us like I really don't know that answer I don't know you know what how most people do during the day I'm sure there is you know handing on yeah and is there and and how how is there is some people might be homeless and they just packed their stuff away then they go work and how they say you're homeless on homes crime how well what what severity right yeah all that we we report on some of that you know right a person's been killed in their tents or at the end of the call from fights where people come out they get that okay into either that's that those people go to jail for a long they should that's like that's terrible horrible right and it's mostly college kids and you don't see a lot I've heard of a lot in the bay area being in Jersey New York was an ad and several of them this insane anyway I don't I I really don't know when I hear stories like that I I it it just breaks my heart and I really don't get it but it's it's one of those things all right I said I want to talk about this and by Jim Jordan two things about Jim shore number one I had a long talk today with Mike Larson who I am I'm helping in his campaign against Jim Jordan and I helped him write some political stuff today and I'll tell you about that and we probably probably get Mike on he might be on the market he's the right for bill Maher my collection he's running against him Jordan in Ohio and and so it was interesting about you know how do you attack a guy like that you know what that I live in and I'm really red area I in it a movie you know again if Jim Jordan appears vulnerable like Mitch McConnell responsible Lindsey Graham is beginning to appear we've seen Republican governors and real deep red state solution to blue yeah what we'll we'll try to figure out but that's now when I talk about one explain to you guys how we could actually have reparations IRA and that as a Sam Cisco supervisors announcing plans for that how it could work and really be a positive thing here's the kicker okay how to change the name that's coming up next are you wanted me to talk a lawsuit is that right okay I'm anger finding is an incredible opportunity for all of us who have mortgages and here's what happens you have a mortgage European interest on the menu bar that's how it works right you bar big long for money you end up paying in interest many times more than the actual principle so if you can lower it you can save tons I did this I just got a refi and I'm just too much time he wants ME email explain it to you I've got a refi from a thirty year mortgage to a twenty year mortgage that I've compay often fifteen if I pay it off in fifteen I'll save a hundred and fifty thousand dollars either way I'm gonna save a lot of money how much will you save each month you just do it you amber tries that over thirty years if I could save you two or three hundred dollars a month I say all rights Kevin lines at anchor finding that adds up and that's a lot huge take that money you were and put it into a savings account or put it in the market or do whatever you want with it.
"u. k." Discussed on KQED Radio
"The places that could be most heavily affected by the U. K.'s withdrawal from the European Union is your brochure situated on the southern tip of the Iberian peninsula your browser has been a British territory for the last three centuries a fact that is contested by Spain buzz of having voted almost unanimously against breaks at the rock as it is known could neither see its relationship with Spain changed substantially go ahead sh Kerr reports she broke her may only have thirty thousand inhabitants but it has been a long standing coals of friction between Britain and Spain brexit has added another dimension to this already complex issue ninety six percent of Gibraltarians voted to remain in the year when the brexit referendum of twenty sixteen that reflects that dependence on trade with the E. U. member states to bolster the economy is based heavily on industry such as gaming gambling and finance which old benefited from the E. U.'s lack of trade barriers but the people of Gibraltar will also concerned that leaving the block could put at risk that status is a British territory Gibraltar has belonged to Britain since the early seventeen hundreds but Spain believes it's a remnant of the British Empire and the ownership of the rock should be returns to Madrid as an E. U. member state the U. K. could resist Spanish efforts to re claim sovereignty but now when the issue comes up the U. K. will be alone while Spain has the support of the other twenty six E. U. countries so far there has been little change Madrid in London have been holding negotiations in parallel to the main brexit discussions on a number of issues and the two countries will continue bilateral talks in the coming months cooperation on the environment is a key issue as all border controls between Gibraltar in Spain because the rock is a tax haven it is being called in for good such as tobacco to be smuggled over its border into Spain but arguably the most urgent matter related to Djibril Cisse exit from the E. U. is the status of the fifteen thousand also Spanish workers he crossed over the border each day to work on the rock on the Spanish side incomes alone and unemployment hi by contrast Gibraltar has one of the highest per capita GDP is in the world making a crucial for the economy of the surrounding area many of those who cross each day to work in Gibraltar worry that their labor status will be affected by red tape but like so many aspects of brexit we probably won't know if that will be the case until later this year when the so called transition period comes to an end and the UK's new relationship with the E. U. is set in writing go ahead sh K. D. W. Madrid and I'm Keith Walker and bone you're listening to inside Europe two decades ago Portugal was in the grip of a nationwide drug epidemic the dire situation led to a radical daring solution the decriminalize ation of old drugs on the healthcare approach to dealing with addiction we'll be down as the so called Portuguese experiment is not celebrated around the world as the Portuguese model Megan Williams has more from Lisbon all it was crazy they had lines from here they're like listen could I don't know what yeah and you went on the ramp then it's like a big line and the deal is a little bit you know one band called the bag of money you go down what you want and they they get a home in days stands on the outskirts of Lisbon describing the drug scene here in the late nineties that was at the height of Portugal's drug epidemic beside him is a white van with a line up of mostly men who come here to the small vial drug unit to get their daily dose of methadone like Paul who grew up in the U. S. before moving back to Portugal they're all recovering addicts from that era alive and doing pretty well thanks to the country's visionary approach to drug addiction so you must dozens and dozens of people through across.
"u. k." Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK
"U. K. continuing to get reaction to the state of the union speech from last night from from various sources this one I found particularly interesting from CNN contributor van Jones in a van Jones is a he works with the dream courts of social justice accelerator very liberal is any he's very liberal is that he's an activist but he said that when you look at the the president's speech the contents of it it's really laying out his strategy for the next election he said he is helping African Americans in real life and reaching out to them for their vote in twenty twenty and you talked about you know some of the things that the president had bad had done last night to recognize prominent African Americans the brigadier general being one of them the opportunity scholarship being another crime victims and and people that are prominently African American community that looked that folks you better wake up because I always was a Bakul I'll tell you one of the strongest aspects of the speech last night was when it was very early in the speech and trump was ticking off all of the economic accomplishments especially in terms of employment and he was talking about each category of minorities African American Asian women all of them saying they know is the lowest unemployment rate in the history of this country and all he did was take off one after another that's all he did and it was an extraordinarily effective part of the speech and that's exactly what van Jones is talk yeah he tweeted this morning said this was a warning shot from the trump campaign to liberals and we need to take this very seriously in order to win do you know create Chris Matthews of course is the very liberal host at MSNBC and in Iowa the night of the caucus where we got done no results he came out and said I'm looking at all of these candidates right now this is Chris Matthews I don't see one of them who can be trump well I mean you look at how many there are still in the race that are still getting money and support I mean the top four that were dead right now are in a you know with the IRA results that we have so far all right let's get out to a traffic is were running behind and let's see what what why no without say about the road to give a little more activity here there this words Roger by east lawn eighty from Roseville ten minutes to the cap cities what passes what westbound on the gaps of the freeway another nine gets heated downtown we sell that plague reported in the left lane of the cap city freeway at Arden way still looks like we're still seeing both sides of the freeway reported their eastbound and westbound now we're seeing a spot a brief slowing on the westbound side so quite possibly that's where it is but none the less less we saw C. H. B. it does sign the unit gives you go take a look at least one person it already had it if you're coming in from elk Grove on I five it's fourteen minutes into downtown eighteen minutes on ninety nine fifty full speed all the way from fall some eighteen minute drive from what's going on I five twenty one I'll do it sixteen coming in from Davis why leave how your remember to chance please pre planned all your wishes with east lawn and have the final say in your final farewell plan now for peace of mind later visit east lawn dot com today to learn more traffic on the tens every ten minutes mornings and afternoons right nobles news ninety three point one K. F. B. K. forecast is pretty straightforward today mostly sunny high around sixty degrees in the valley tomorrow more of the same plenty of sunshine same temperatures tomorrow and Friday.
"u. k." Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM
"Again will archive and I would encourage you to listen to that we chatted with mark R. U. K. citizen he actually lives in France and if you heard his interview about Brecht to that was the main reason why we asked but here's a short clip when I asked him obviously about how the corona virus crisis is being handled where he lives in Europe and what you know what but not only the media are doing but the regular people think about of course what the government's doing here is on voice to America yes this is an issue no less we've got study it right run across Europe today speed alerts that we've had some outbreaks in Germany and France for that days being oversee the big story again I just relate brexit to this as well you can too with everything else that's been the story here where it is being a and E. U. eve actuation flight which was a full of the Europeans including British people at a course near saying you know okay Britain will help now and and what is plain is doing I think I think I'll be right in saying in the air right now and and it's arriving in Paris where some people in distant box then it's flying owned to the U. K. where others will this about these rule nationals are being in in China and that gonna be put into quarantine this now I I in the U. K. there's sent to currency in center where people being put in there for fourteen days there already I think is about eighty six people in there already and I think there's that this could be the this new influx are also going to be put into quarantine to so you'll still seeing a European nations evacuations people around Europe ask your pricing as a unit with this and sharing Croft is there of travel ban in Europe the United States today starts no flights the starter travel ban no flights coming in from China is that how does not yet not yet that's not why I think that is is not formal government impose travel bans but we have seen many airlines many European allies like Lufthansa Swiss British Airways and others have suspended that flies to China so if you want to go to China you find it very difficult at about but it's not a it's not as yet a government imposed ban or that's mark are you K. voice with his thoughts on coronaviruses awesome is is that and I don't mean awesome literally mean awesome sarcastically as a week ago yeah we were talking about the corona viruses like we're talking about a two we were saying the obvious you know how is it that all the airports you just running regular as usual and all over the world you know you got this entire city unlocked on yet commercial flights or flight to Europe Asia Africa South America nobody's doing anything about it that was a week ago now of course of the world guess what happened more more people got infected more and more people died and now they're saying well maybe we should stop the flights you think you think there might be a good idea voice to America where the world comes to talk.
"u. k." Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York
"To live that day right here at nine thirty here in London here in London we get seeing some day said dropping so U. K. in December retail sales falling zero point six percent wow the full cost was for a zero point six percent increase at the retail sales number excluding fuel it fell by zero point eight percent and the estimate was for eight was for a zero point eight percent rise so we've had a lot of weak data out of the U. K. without a loss of dovish common tree for the central banks of that set you back at the bank of England and adds that full the momentum behind or expectation all of a rate cut from the bank of England has been increasing and without it with that we've seen a drop in sterling I'm just looking now what we're seeing a and yes we also a dropping setting as a result was still around the one fancy mock but it's for laying off to that day's points yeah I'm not falling yet into the red so it looks like maybe market participants had I'm expected this big surprise well maybe maybe a tech doesn't change their expectation that rate cuts coming I suppose yes for sure so exactly that's a very good point so the rate cut they were already pricing in and it's just very bad retail sales to to back that up again a decrease of eight tenths of a percent we were looking for an increase of eight tenths of a percent very very poor indeed however that doesn't dissuade investors from buying shares right now we see equity indexes across Europe gaining the footy is only a third of a percent but we do see gains of eight tenths of a percent in Paris six cents resent in Frankford so we're looking at some substantial green arrows across European equity indexes and they're all rising in terms of what we expect in the U. S. of I look at the US equity index futures I see green eras there as well about two tenths of a percent for the gains on the Dow S. and P. and nasdaq E. mini contracts as you would expect investors feel comfortable enough to sell off dat treasuries price down yield up one spot eight one eight percent buying the dollar against the yen actually right now there's very little change in the dollar yen at one ten spot one eight three but you can buy a lot of the end for one US dollar right now an ounce of gold cost fifteen fifty four forty one and oil is going for sixty four dollars and seventy one cents a barrel for the global benchmark Brent crude if you look at the U. S. NYMEX WTI contract it's right now up to cents to fifty eight fifty four let's talk about the global trade the topic of the week of course and now the tariffs and the ease at new trade trade chief has accused president trump of being quite obsessed with the US trade deficit Phil Hogan says tariffs will lead to higher costs for businesses and consumers he spoke exclusively to Bloomberg's Vonnie Quinn as he wrapped up his three day visit to Washington what is the objective of the visitors to try and reset the relationship try to understand each other in relation to a number of traders and some of them at the moment and find common ground with the United States in addition of any issues when we started on a positive note from shoes to her the United States the European Union and Japan signed up to a statement to say that we wish to have an issue around industrial subsidies and force technology transfer and then for just on the basis of a level playing field for the global economy and all of the players in the future and to the WTO process and to reforming the WTO so this was a positive agenda so you don't have another bilateral meeting today with the US trade representative Robert like highs are curious did you receive any assurances that there will not be new tariffs slapped on the you know we didn't have a shortage written expect any assurances from the best allies has of rumors of somebody I respect very much and of course he has a very big trade week in terms of the statement of the European Union and Japan the the big deal that was done between the United States and China yesterday and of course the passing of USMC it today in the Senate so is a very big week for him and of course we are going to continue in touch because we expect to be in the office together next week to continue our discussions the threat of twenty five percent tariff sunny you'll has has been out there for a while did you get any sense that that is still alive right you said a fairly came off where did it come well it certainly didn't come up too often in terms of questions of after voters by the administration of by Congress or our inner circle in any of those the the the business of making to business owners Asians with course that doesn't mean it may not come up in the future book we have difficult is at the moment in relation to tides arising from error possum and Boeing and of course discussions around the digital tax agenda was very important for the United States point of view and we're trying to work out some solutions if we can in the coming days the card Harris for one more moment The Washington Post had a story out there that in the days before the U. talks and warranty Ron about deviating from the G. C. P. O. a that the trump administration and basically said you need to do this or we will slap a twenty five percent higher did that happen I don't to get help I think that's a that's something that certainly wasn't raised with me during the course of any meetings I had with the administration all right and that was our very own Vonnie Quinn talking with the new E. U. trade she feel whole again now let's get to the world and national news for that we go to Lee and Gary Leon Max good morning that starts in China where the economy three six percent in the fourth quarter from a year ago in line with.
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"On the padding of the cushion with U. K. engineering she says a virtual pet could take the place of a real one it's for people who may be allergic or there in all its own in their apartment with elderly people she does still shed a lot like stone ABC news it's seen in Las Vegas cool news time one sixteen justice Harvey Weinstein's rape and sexual assault trial began in New York prosecutors in LA announced new charges against the movie producer this is LA county district attorney Jackie Lacey we believe the evidence will show that the defendant used his power and influence to gain access to his victims and then committed violent crimes against them ABC's Erin to Turkey is covering this and joins us on the call one is line Erin you are in New York initially covering his trial there but what can you tell us about these new charges in California they involve rate and and sexual assault the same charges one teen faces in New York but involving accusations made by two other women one of you says that she was raped in a Los Angeles hotel after Harvey Weinstein pushed her way through and pushed his way through the through our door and then the second woman who says the very next night Harvey Weinstein was at her hotel in Beverly hills and sexually assaulted her there how might these new charges influence the trial in New York I would imagine at least as far as selecting a jury it's gonna be a little more difficult well you think right now because there's no way in hell for the jury to to be inoculated from the news but the screening is going to be in tomorrow so the the the lawyers can try and and and raise the question might have any of the the pre trial publicity or the new charges would impact their ability to be fair a hundred and ten potential jurors are going to be the first full body and they'll be asked he can return in partial and that's the very first question so but undoubtedly it's it's bad timing for are the ones being now is you know you you take the charges at face value looks guilty on two coasts are there likely to be charges and other states are we just think in California New York at this point those are the only two states we would open cases today there were there were investigations overseas but in in London and Paris but I'm not sure those are are ever going to be charged criminally as far as the time line goes you said jury selection is going to begin our at least interviewing beginning tomorrow what happened today and what is the time line look like going forward David there was just a pre trial conference in that really seem to set the tone for for how this is going to go down because almost right away lawyers started sniping prosecutors accused the defense of abominable conduct in speaking ill of some of the witnesses and then the defense shot back that the feel they have integrated anyone in the the the the prosecutor was abominable for hauling Harvey Weinstein a predator when he hadn't been convicted of anything so the the smoking started early defense also perhaps anticipating that these charges in LA were coming had asked that the jury be sequestered for the duration of the trial the judge rejected that ABC's Erin to Turkey with us on come on news thank you thank you come on news time one twenty L. insurance business update from Jim chest go how responsible is a tour operator for injuries you sustained while on a tour or about to find out a woman is suing trip advisor after she claims of runaway tumble tossed her to the ground during a tour of Morocco the woman is accusing the Massachusetts based company up and they get negligence and breach of contract for failing to ensure the camel tour company was operating safely according to the lawsuit Alisa was placed on a camel that ran off from the caravan she fell and broke her arm that's your money now on Wall Street closing numbers were positive after being well in the read most of the day the Dow higher at the close by sixty eight points to twenty eight thousand seven hundred and three the nasdaq up by fifty points to nine thousand seventy one of the S. and P. five hundred higher by eleven points to three thousand to forty six local stocks a little bit of a mix there Alaska air group down by a half percent Amazon up by one and a half percent some gains as well for Microsoft Nordstrom cosco and Boeing slight losses for Expedia and Starbucks red fin down today by about one percent we check your money news at twenty and fifty past the hour here on call and coming up after traffic I'm Brian Calvert with the students who took it upon himself to make sure classmates get a hot lunch.
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"U. K. decides brexit and beyond here on daybreak Europe good morning from a very wet and windy Westminster where life outside parliament a parliament that is now going to be dominated by conservative MPs is Boris Johnson gets the mandate he wanted to pursue his brexit deal just within the last few minutes Donald Trump has tweeted to give his congratulations he says that congratulations Boris Johnson on the great win Britain of the United States will now be free to strike a massive new trade deal off the brexit this deal has the potential to be far bigger and more lucrative than any deal that could be made with the E. U. celebrate forest from Donald Trump in the last few minutes with me here to analyze some of this on the implications he's revoked senior executive editor David Merrick very good morning of owning yes well I suppose that's pick up will not double truck because the whole point of this the whole point of this election was to give Boris Johnson the man but he wanted and he's got it that's why he suddenly has an in spectacular fashion my waking up to a very different country this morning we've got a huge conservative majority main prospect right behind us said the palace of Westminster the like of which the conservatives had not seen since the heyday of Margaret Thatcher in the nineteen eighties that's a mandate yes to get it done it's a mandate yes it acacias free trade deal with Mr trump just said we did I think that was a very controversial topic of course in this election come by boat sort of trade Taylor what's going to be on the table well that it missed open as a free rein in that as well but also he's now read the in a huge position of power here and be owned brexit of what sort of country is he going to be great we certainly could have a conservative policy for many in power now for many years to come what is his vision for the country be on brexit back may also become clear in the coming days and I suppose we should just really into the numbers he's got all quite spectacular the majority we think may be sixty eight pops as high as seventy four one interesting line we heard from Philip Hammond speaking on Bloomberg just a couple weeks ago saying the former transfer the checker goals saying what parts does indeed it was a very big majority in order to stop the heartbreak city is possibly taking Britain to a more difficult place this time next thing and looking at the market reaction Hey you which is how to how how much the pound is searched overnight and yes he's now got the freedom to create this sort of activity what's not actually being a slightly softer version because of course he's been dry didn't this way and not by the warring factions within his party held hostage by the difference of extreme elements of the wanted one way or the other particular ideology the mole fault beginning elements that so twenty he does not have to listen to them anymore he doesn't need bad fights to get his ideas through this house of Commons so yes it's possibly a close to reserve it also possibly of course extending this transition period where we will enter which already with which he said he wouldn't do you but you know he can do what he likes down if it isn't the only president saying it could be impossible to to to thrash out that full feature trading relationship by the end of twenty twenty one now he could potentially extend that to get that deal over the line well let's also talk about the labor party because that has been behind us the most obvious disaster over the night this does attorney Corbin's platform which was very far to the left of the previous labor platforms at least in the last ten or fifteen years it doesn't work clearly Jeremy Corbyn doesn't work only there on the doorsteps what's going to happen to the labor party I mean cold isn't completely destroyed in this election labor reduced to levels not seen in living memory may in fact just only run around two hundred seats unthinkable ready for decades and either a corporate and I'm still on this platform which is at a very fault laughs very extreme measures such as in prison is roundly rejected that they're gonna have to regroup do they talk back to the center now where in a date book hope to reconnect with invoices we're gonna have a process now for new leadership or is this the court to try to control the process of someone else fly the more in his moles but maybe he's a bit more acceptable to the public which will be one ninety five what we'll see I looks at David thank you very much indeed David Merrit they would meet up at Westminster Caroline well it's a thank you so much to interesting conversation yes some clarity of the three years of uncertainty in the U. K. boys still sit on track to win a simple majority have live coverage of full moon the green outside of Westminster or this morning Nigel Evans and P. will be joining.
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K. healthcare marks to show and we get some of your questions in a minute but a couple more things that may cover some of your questions I want to bring up what coach stoops yet this when it is conference today it's about its fourth that Russia won the wildcat call there tell me a number one I I'm assuming you guys have analytics that tell you percentage of formations and types of plays and how well they work for you in situations but the others as a former defensive coordinator why do you why is that a tough play to defend in that situation well you know ironically we we look at a lot of short yardage by the way like everybody does and in constantly listen to Chris if there's Chris so I don't know I really don't pay attention didn't hear a thing or see a thing I've been buried we had tons of great recruits on campus we've been swamped so I don't know if this criticism or not but it's fair you know we look at all options in half to in court you know every team's different you know plays are different each week their stress on defenses and sometimes you feel like you can't move some of those guys so you have to be creative or go outside or throw it or whatever sometimes you can't first of all let me say on the fourth and one we had a missed assignment and it was very unfortunate because our offense blind has played lights out they allowed one sack to to to live in that in that was on this time you know invades how I didn't say no one had not been in service for their Stewart there. but they they have played I can't tell you how many good things they've done in coach farming and and those guys are played so well on the fourth and one we blocked it wrong period it's a first down. it in I mean it's as simple as that you know now to the fans can you do other things of our cat at its semantics when you motion the quarterback out smack in stacks snap it directly to the running back who is directly behind the quarterback Tom there's no difference do you think they're going to throw the if the court records are standard they really think we're gonna throw out there yeah I'm a so with the quarterback I don't you have the opportunity to sometimes get a softer edge thank you would place one now sometimes and you run the exact same play the quarterback just doesn't hand off to what he takes a direct snap so. it was a misstatement it's a it's a darn shame because those guys offense of lime wise or plan on incredible you know well we we kept them off balance all night you know we were able to run effectively we were able to protect and throw the ball again we threw the ball more than them I mean we were you know aggressive and kept markdowns in the office wanted incredible job unfortunately we we had a missed assignment that we generally don't make in that in that position and that that spot how did the personnel losses at the safety position impact your strategy defensively it it hurt us big time the error is being immensely at that time because there are what we call simulated cinders pressures and different things that are. in other exotic you know there there's there's some thinking to it you got it that just by formations are they into by two or the three by one of the an empty in four to give you a lot inferred for it in hand cuffed us a great deal on hand cupped Brad what he was called so it was difficult yeah I believe corrected this too for bread told me that you also rely on safe these to make calls in other words for some of the other guys in the secondary yeah so one of the guys that you're counting on a veteran and use it to make that call and then Tages plates they're both gone yeah yeah I don't want you don't have time to read three D. nobody does you you just don't have enough time who comes into the mix now touches question will get mole in the fax modem was of course yeah a quandary mostly to play a little bit thinking everyone dreams doing some things in plants and safety and trying to place of nickel and we put him in there we did go man and we just get did gives try to get sticky because we were getting nickel and dime did quick game and all that in it but we were able to overcome we we overcame it the Dow will won the series late made upon. we had a good driver thank installed get him back and we're gonna stop again and then we get the targeting you know and and so we were over coming in some fires were we're really short then we try to go to some man a place of type coverage and get the PR you know gets pass interference call quandary so we you know it was it was difficult so that factors in to that last drive again. you know I mean offense William winter because you would prefer not to be out there what we were doing how we were you know hold not were you know in that in that situation defensively Sadri questionable this week Hoskins questionable right yes they are and then you made today injected a chart of the got the secondary at a wrist moderates procedure and he's a little quest for 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