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At least 2 people dead during first winter storm in UK

AP News Radio

00:33 sec | 11 hrs ago

At least 2 people dead during first winter storm in UK

"Britain's first winter storm has hit parts of northern England Scotland's and the nine and killing at least two people storm Alwyn has posted parts of the United Kingdom with gusts of nearly a hundred miles per hour the extreme weather conditions caused road closures train delays power cuts and Holly waves in northwestern England Samantha I doctor tree fell on him and the northern alliance a man was killed when his car was hit by a falling tree though the worst of the storm appears to have passed many have been warned against travelling as heavy snow and high winds continue Karen Thomas London

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Fresh update on "united kingdom" discussed on All Things Considered

All Things Considered

00:35 min | 6 hrs ago

Fresh update on "united kingdom" discussed on All Things Considered

"NPR news I'm David folkan flick and from Michelle Martin The United Kingdom Germany and Italy are all reporting confirmed cases of the new omicron COVID variant today It's the latest evidence that oma cron is quickly spreading far from Southern Africa where it had been identified earlier by scientists in Botswana and South Africa Yesterday oma cron was declared a variant of concern by the World Health Organization The U.S. and other nations have responded by announcing new travel restrictions and testing requirements for arriving airline passengers Let's underscore this there's still a lot we don't know about the new variant So we want to begin today by going through some of the big questions that remain about this strain and to help us with that we have once again called upon Bill hannig He's an associate Professor of epidemiology at Harvard's TH Chan school of public health Bill handed welcome Thanks for having me on the show David For starters can you tell us the basics of what we do know at this point about the omicron variant Well I want to start by reiterating exactly what you just said which is that a heck of a lot that we don't know What we know is that a few days ago the South African authorities reported that they were seeing a large number of cases of a variant with a very large number of mutations way beyond what you would expect and that they had reason to think from a particular set of test results then this had not spread just in one small location but was in several regions around the country And shortly after that we heard that cases of our Macron had been introduced to Hong Kong and also Belgium And basically things have been moving very quickly since then And we're still scrambling trying to figure out exactly what sort of beast we're dealing with There have been COVID variants before like delta that have caused concerns Why is this one considered particularly worrisome to scientists like yourself Well a lot of it is to do with just the sheer number of mutations it has because it's much too early to actually have really good epidemiological evidence But if you look within the spike which is the protein which is targeted by the vaccines we see that there are about 30 or more mutations Ten of them in the receptor binding domain which attaches to cells alone And lots of these on mutations we've seen before And so if you put them all together this looks particularly worrying However I want to emphasize that how something looks doesn't necessarily translate into how it behaves I can give you an example of that Sure Do you remember beta Yes Yes I do I can get beta was the variant that everybody was worried about before because it was the one that was best able to sidestep neutralizing immunity Or neutrons antibodies However beta didn't really go anywhere This is only the most recent thing And we're only starting to learn how transmissible it is It looks like the answer is quite transmissible but exactly how transmissible we don't know yet At this point without being unduly alarming is there any reason to think that the omicron variant could overcome the vaccines that have been plunked in people's arms and are currently coursing around their bodies I think it's unlikely to think that it will totally overcome it Having said that I don't think that we know enough at the moment to be absolutely sure about the quality of protection that they will provide Let me take a step back and just point out the really important things that we don't know and that we're going to be finding out The first thing is going to be exactly how this virus interacts with neutralizing antibodies We're going to get that information on a timescale of a few weeks The next thing we want to know is how transmissible it is That'll be a little bit longer but the epidemiology will be done and we'll be starting to figure that out A little after that the data upon the severity of infections is going to take much longer to come in And that's the thing which is really important Because even if you're able to cause infections in vaccinated people I mean delta could cause infections and vaccinated people but they were mild They were milder than they would have been in the alternative unvaccinated state And that's what really matters Ahead of this long holiday weekend here in the U.S. there were already concerns that these people are traveling more There could be spikes in COVID cases around the country Now there's news of this new variant What should Americans be paying attention right now and thinking about the pandemic One thing that I think is worth remembering is that for a long time had people talking about when the pandemic has done But pandemics don't end in that way You don't get a sort of 21 gun salute to say oh it's over Instead it's a long drawn out process of fighting whatever the virus throws at us next There's still a lot of stuff that can be done Vaccines are likely to be at least somewhat protective and quite possibly very protective against it So if you haven't got your shot take a shot If you have just been prepared to roll with what happens and what comes at us next So how should Americans envision managing life in the pandemic for the foreseeable future Won't there always be a new variant to worry about Well this is the issue that I run as Elia I mean it's not only the existence of the new variant it's the type of disease it causes The boosters seem to generate a lot of protection And we haven't got any evidence of how this variant transmits within a context like that yet It may also be the case I want to point out David And this is something which is very important Not all networks are alike I've long been trying to argue for folks to be using things like rapid tests if they are in contact with groups of older people especially older and vaccinating people or those who have not yet received boosters That kind of thing is going to be the case going forward Whether or not this is going to cause a serious public health problem in the coming months I don't know enough to say at the moment And I don't think anybody does honestly However I can tell you the kind of things we're going to be looking at First of all lab studies of neutralization by antibodies generated through vaccination And then there'll be the epidemiology of information about the transmission and importantly the information about the type of disease which it causes Those things could conceivably be very optimistic Or they might not But at the moment we don't know and that uncertainty is something which a lot of people find it hard to deal with But unfortunately it's part of living through a pandemic We've been hearing from Bill hannig he's an associate professor in epidemiologist at Harvard's TH Chan school of public health Professor Hannah thanks so much for speaking with us today Thanks for having me Health experts warn that low vaccination rates may help create.

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Alex Berenson: Vaccinated People Under 60 Are Twice as Likely to Die Than Unvaccinated

The Charlie Kirk Show

01:16 min | 4 d ago

Alex Berenson: Vaccinated People Under 60 Are Twice as Likely to Die Than Unvaccinated

"So what's going on in England? Not the United Kingdom just England. Of course, Fauci does not care about data, Fauci is an ideologue. He's a pathological individual. Never has to be cross examined about what's really happening. According to Alex berenson, vaccinated English adults under 60. Are dying at twice the rate of unvaccinated people the same age. And has been that case for 6 months. This chart may seem unbelievable, or impossible, but it's correct based on weekly data from the British government. Could we get that do we have the chart that we could put up on screen? I'll experience in rights I have checked the underlying dataset myself and the graph is correct. Vaccinated people under 60 are twice as likely to die as unvaccinated people. The overall deaths in Britain are running well above normal. Do you see that? That people who are unvaccinated are actually doing better against the foushee virus than people who are vaccinated. And we saw this entire saga also unfold in Israel, months ago. Why aren't we allowed to talk about this? Why is this not the number one news story in the country?

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Fresh update on "united kingdom" discussed on KOGO Weekend News Edition

KOGO Weekend News Edition

00:35 min | 8 hrs ago

Fresh update on "united kingdom" discussed on KOGO Weekend News Edition

"United Kingdom tightens its rules I'm roger stern Fox News The UK is getting stricter about mask wearing in COVID testing of passengers arriving from outside the country That's as the omicron COVID variant spreads in parts of Africa It may be more serious than others it may not be as vulnerable to vaccines Fox's Jackie Heinrich says the U.S. issued a travel ban After U.S. health officials spoke to South African scientists about how fast the new variant is spreading and whether vaccines are effective against it the president made the decision to shut down travel from South Africa in 7 neighboring countries We are told out of an abundance of caution The restrictions were announced quickly but they don't take effect until Monday and some medical experts say that that will considerably less than their benefit Also just one day after doctor Anthony Fauci tried to quality concerns the virus was already here in the U.S. saying there's no indication of that He did reverse course slightly saying that he would be surprised if it wasn't here already and just not had not yet been detected Fox's Jackie Heinrich on Nantucket in Massachusetts were President Biden is spending the holiday weekend A security guard is dead He was shot in the San Francisco Bay Area while protecting a television news crew from an armed robbery The crew was covering one of the recent store theft now plaguing parts of California The station says it's devastated by his passing And in North Carolina a gunfire brought Black Friday shopping to an early end The ball in Durham was initially locked down Friday afternoon with customers inside before it was closed for the day Police say three people were shot and wounded during a fight between two groups a bystander described mass hysteria on one of the busiest shopping days of the year shoppers ducked into stores for cover I ran for the.

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EU warns Britain: Don't press the emergency Brexit button - Reuters UK

AP News Radio

00:53 sec | 3 weeks ago

EU warns Britain: Don't press the emergency Brexit button - Reuters UK

"The possibility of a pace brexit trade who is getting closer as both the United Kingdom and European Union remain at the standoff over Northern Ireland and fishing licenses the tension between the two sides was aggravated after the U. K. rejected ET proposals to streamline the trade of goods in northern islands before the talks Britain's brexit minister David frost said they were hopeful the E. you would address the concerns of northern Ireland's when negotiating this significant gap between us if that gap narrows and the commission listened to what we said in the compound type and look at the situation in Northern Ireland then maybe that will help us with excellent however that the U. K. government said the latest proposals did not address what they call fundamental difficulties in addition to the Northern Ireland question both sides also made no progress in negotiations it was symbolically important U. K. fishing licenses all France talks

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Fresh update on "united kingdom" discussed on WTOP 24 Hour News

WTOP 24 Hour News

01:23 min | 11 hrs ago

Fresh update on "united kingdom" discussed on WTOP 24 Hour News

"Cases and hospital admissions on the rise New York's governor Kathy hoku has declared a state of emergency in the Empire State this allows for the ordering of more supplies and the increasing of hospital capacity to handle any surges the move comes as a Biden administration announces travel bans for 8 countries that have seen a new variant of COVID-19 on Twitter hoeke says while not detected so far in the United States the new omicron variant is coming she says almost two years since the start of the pandemic the world is racing to contain this new variant a World Health Organization panel has now named the variant as I said oma cron and it was first detected in Southern Africa more now from CBS News correspondent Deborah pada Before scientists have been able to determine just how dangerous this new acron strain is countries have rushed to impose tough new travel restrictions The discovery of the variant has sent a chill across a pandemic weary world Acron has over 30 mutations which scientists worry could make it more transmissible and vaccine resistant And we're also seeing countries take action and which there's been a case reported of the variant speaking of the United Kingdom just a new this hour on WTO P where learning United Kingdom is saying that all international arrivals in England must take a day to PCR tests when they arrive and self isolate until they get a negative result once you get that negative result then you can enter the country So we're seeing that in the United Kingdom again as we see this variant continue to move through other countries so far no reported cases in the U.S. and reaction to the news about the variants docs sank yesterday with the Dow Jones Industrial Average briefly falling more than a thousand points Investors were uncertain whether the variant could potentially reverse months of progress at getting the pandemic under control The S&P 500 Index dropped more than 2% The worst day for Wall Street's benchmark index in February and the price of oil fell about 13% the biggest decline since early in the pandemic amid worries of another slowdown in the global economy The world is mourning the loss of a musical theater giant this morning.

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Pfizer says COVID-19 pill cut hospital, death risk by 90%

AP News Radio

00:52 sec | 3 weeks ago

Pfizer says COVID-19 pill cut hospital, death risk by 90%

"Pfizer is touting an experimental cope with nineteen treatment it says he is strongly effective Fizer science chief Michael Goldstine says the anti viral peel cut hospitalization and death rates by nearly ninety percent of high risk adults with cove in nineteen a better showing than even he predicted it's just extraordinary I feel that's the position on so I'm positive so I missed the visor is part of the race to find an easy to use strong for treating the corona viruses since most treatments now require an IV or injection with tens of millions of adults still unvaccinated such drugs will be critical for curbing future waves the FDA is already reviewing competitor Merck's covert nineteen killed the United Kingdom yesterday became the first nation to approve it Sager mag ani Washington

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Fresh update on "united kingdom" discussed on It's Been a Minute

It's Been a Minute

00:33 min | 12 hrs ago

Fresh update on "united kingdom" discussed on It's Been a Minute

"Singer and godmother of rock and roll It's the story of perseverance of doing something that you believe in and knowing that it will have a legacy I'm lower stripes as join us Monday at 11 a.m. I'm Windsor Johnston with these headlines Federal health officials are continuing to track a new variant of the coronavirus that was first detected in South Africa The omicron strain has prompted more than a dozen countries to ban flights from a number of southern African countries Health officials in the United Kingdom have confirmed two cases of the omicron strain that they believe are linked to travel to Southern Africa so far the variant has not been reported in the United States New York governor Cathy holke has declared a COVID-19 disaster emergency for the state The decision was made in response to increasing rates of coronavirus infections and hospitalizations Johnston NPR news in Washington.

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New COVID-19 pill cut hospital, death risk by 90%

AP News Radio

00:43 sec | 3 weeks ago

New COVID-19 pill cut hospital, death risk by 90%

"Pfizer is joining the race to bring easy to use covert nineteen medication to the U. S. market the drug maker says its experimental antiviral pill cuts rates of hospitalization and death by nearly ninety percent Pfizer plans to ask the food and drug administration and the international regulators to authorize it as soon as possible after Fizer applies the FDA could make a decision within weeks or months the FDA already is reviewing Merck's cobit nineteen pill on Thursday the United Kingdom became the first country to okay it currently all cobit nineteen treatments used in the U. S. require an IV or injection my camp in Washington

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Fresh update on "united kingdom" discussed on It's Been a Minute

It's Been a Minute

02:35 min | 12 hrs ago

Fresh update on "united kingdom" discussed on It's Been a Minute

"Exciting them or making them laugh or make them cry or just making them feel is Paramount to me And later looking out for the remarkable red crown parrot of Texas and Jody pico's novel about one woman who has her plans for life interrupted by the pandemic First we have our newscast It's Saturday November 27 2021 Life from NPR news in Washington I Windsor Johnston Health officials around the world are scrambling to learn more about a new variant of the coronavirus that was first detected in South Africa NPR's retouch energy reports the omicron strain has a higher number of mutations and is spreading rapidly The WHO says the variant may have some advantages over other variants It's already been found in Botswana Israel Belgium and Hong Kong and scientists have been looking closely at all Macron's mutations to understand why it's spreading so fast That's NPRs We do Cheddar reporting Health officials in the United Kingdom today confirm two cases of the omicron variant So far the strain has not been detected in the United States The variant though has prompted a host of countries including the U.S. to block flights from several nations in Southern Africa The White House is gearing up to host President Biden's long promise global summit for democracy NPR's Frank ordonez reports the meeting is a chance for Biden to pull together U.S. allies and show how democracies are better than autocratic systems Since his first foreign speech in February the president has urged democracies to come together The focus of the summit is on Biden's efforts to call on global allies to demonstrate to their citizens that democracy still works and can improve people's lives in tangible ways such as tackling the pandemic American leadership must meet this new moment of advancing authoritarianism including a growing ambitions of China to rival the United States and the determination of Russia to damage and disrupt our democracy There are more than a 110 nations on the invitation list including Taiwan and the Ukraine Franco or donas NPR news Washington Demonstrations are continuing at several ports in northern France in an ongoing dispute with the United Kingdom over post Brexit fishing rights bill lamarck's reports relations between London and Paris are already strained after more than two dozen migrants died this week attempting to cross the English Channel Fishermen honk horns and let red flares in the port of saint malo Friday before moving on to other ports later they hindered access roads to the Channel Tunnel that connects Britain to continental Europe For around 90 minutes half a dozen boats blocked entry to the port of Calais Britain's main shipping gateway to Europe after UK officials had warned against such actions earlier in the week Traffic was not disrupted but the head of the regional French fishing committee in Calais described the efforts as a first warning shot after months of argument over access to British waters for NPR news I'm villa marks in London You're listening to NPR news In Washington The Pulitzer Prize and Tony Award winning Broadway songwriter Stephen Sondheim is being remembered this weekend for reshaping American musical theater Jeff London reports on time died yesterday at his home in Connecticut at the age of 91 He would have been the first to tell.

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U.S. Has World’s Highest Rate of Children Living in Single-Parent Households

The Charlie Kirk Show

02:08 min | 3 weeks ago

U.S. Has World’s Highest Rate of Children Living in Single-Parent Households

"United States has world's highest rate of children living in single parent households. And there's no way it's gotten better by the way, since the virus. Almost a quarter of U.S. children live in single parent homes more than any other country on the planet. Let me say that again. More than any other country on the planet, and so the obvious explanation as to why this is, is wealth. Is in poor countries you just don't have the money or the luxury or the ability to break up a family you need a nuclear family to stay alive in Zambia. Even if you don't like your husband or don't like your wife, what keeps you together is survival. When America because of our abundance of garbage we've imported from China, and our instantaneous science scientific and technological economy that's rigged towards instant gratification, like I don't like my spouse, I'm just gonna leave. And in a perverse way, wealth has made our moral fabric weaker. When you think about that now, a libertarian one agree with that a staunch libertarian person who just defends, abstractions all day long. They say, no, no, no. It's what you do with it. That's the silliest argument I've ever heard, okay? There are externalities to conditions. Economics teaches you that. So 23% of U.S. children live in single parent homes. The next highest on the planet is the United Kingdom, 21%. That's a wealthy country. Russia, 18%, not as wealthy, but definitely previously war torn. We have a we have more children living without parents than countries that are known for orphans without two parents. Kenya, 16%. Japan only 7% India, which is one of the poorest countries on the planet 5%.

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8 Things That Children Are More Likely to Die From Than COVID-19

The Charlie Kirk Show

02:09 min | Last month

8 Things That Children Are More Likely to Die From Than COVID-19

"8 things that children are more likely to die from than COVID. Cancer significantly. Almost 20 times more likely vehicle accident suicide homicide. Cardiovascular disease drowning flu and pneumonia. We live in a world with numerous threats. It's part of existence. And there's also a false promise in safetyism, too. There's a false promise and you see this in the people that are vaccinated, which has always been one of my complaints about the way that they've been pushing the vaccine is it gives people a false sense of security. And no one wants to talk about this. The false sense of security of someone who gets vaccinated, and then they believe they can resume regular life, and then all of a sudden they have a breakthrough case, and they don't know what to do. They thought they had the protection. They thought they had the same sort of protection that they would get from the measles mumps rubella or polio vaccine. And all of a sudden they get a breakthrough case and they get caught by surprise. Maybe they would have made different social decisions. Maybe they wouldn't have gone to big gatherings. Maybe they would have handled things differently. Maybe they would have prepared themselves with azithromycin Ivermectin hydroxyl chloroquine, monoclonal antibody treatment centers or aspirin. Instead, there is a false sense of security that comes in with the overemphasis of we as the government we as the CDC we as NA 8 NIH we as the medical industrial elite, we're going to protect you. And what it does is it erodes what it does is it diminishes its suppresses humans own responsibility to take ownership of their actions. It's a false sense of security. When in reality, our leader should have said, look, if you want to get this vaccine fine, we're going to be very honest about what it can do what it can't do. But also, if you get it, you better be ready to treat it. We're now 70% of all deaths in the United Kingdom are vaccinated people. Why? They had a false sense of

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Facebook yanks Bolsonaro video claiming vaccines cause AIDS

AP News Radio

00:51 sec | Last month

Facebook yanks Bolsonaro video claiming vaccines cause AIDS

"Facebook is yet another fake news video from the president of Brazil Facebook and Instagram have removed from their platforms a live broadcast by the president of Brazil's Jair Bolsonaro three days after it appeared in which he said people in the United Kingdom who received two coronavirus doses are developing aids faster than expected Facebook has removed dozens of accounts used by employees of Boston RO and two of his lawmaker sons for engaging in quote coordinated inauthentic behavior this is the first time they removed one of his weekly live broadcast to serve as a direct channel of communication with the supporters also narrow spend months sowing doubt about Kobe nineteen vaccines he contracted the virus himself last year and remains unvaccinated the company's actions and Brazil come as they face a day lose of stories based on internal company documents that show that in many cases the company failed to quickly deal with misinformation I'm Jennifer king

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How Do We Process the Alternate Reality That Exists in Our World?

The Charlie Kirk Show

01:53 min | Last month

How Do We Process the Alternate Reality That Exists in Our World?

"Yet conservatives and Republicans are still pushing the vaccine. Despite all the evidence around them, they say it's a pandemic of the unvaccinated. And I want to close on this note, Daniel, I want to be respectful of your time. How do you personally process how we have people living in absolutely different universes as if there's a different existence occurring? It's maddening for me quite honestly and I just decide just to keep telling the truth and keep moving forward. But when I see Republicans that are coming up this year, I know the vaccine is the greatest thing ever. It's actually it's preventing all the harm and suffering. Meanwhile, we look at the United Kingdom, 223 COVID deaths today, highest daily number of deaths since March 79% of the population 12 and older is fully vaccinated. How do we process this alternate reality? Within our own within our own world. And by the way, Charlie, it's interesting, England, as I said, same delta, as it was the first delta wave in May, now is very problematic. That's after the 5 6 month Pfizer leakage benchmark just so you know, so that's actually a very good example of what I'm talking about. Now they are getting a problem. They are, by the way, luckier than the American south because they got the benefits of the transmissibility of delta earlier on the cheap. So they do have more built up immunity. They're not going to have as many deaths as we did, but they are having problems. How do I square this? Look, you read the Johns Hopkins papers over the last decade. And now I'm getting into this. Peter bragan has an amazing book on this that traces the timeline. And they've been working on this forever. And at the end of the book, he literally is a timeline. And I'm shocked, like it is shocking the stuff. It's creepy. The stuff they talk about, they talk about PR campaigns. It's a scope. So you either get it or you're a victim of it. It's not

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"united kingdom" Discussed on Breaking Green Ceilings

Breaking Green Ceilings

02:07 min | 2 months ago

"united kingdom" Discussed on Breaking Green Ceilings

"We really do. And i think we forget fat. We do have the power to bring the change that we want to see. So thank you for reminding us that. Thank you habit. Of course this has been an absolute pleasure. I've learned so much about the uk. In now. i'm gonna take some of my friends. Who live in london envy like why did you tell me this stuff. But maybe they don't even know about it so i will share this episode with them all right. Well thank you again for your time for kind sharing with us. A part of your life's journey. The impact that a growing up in trinidad had you'll love for food and your passion for justice in bringing food access to all especially those who have been vulnerable in the communities you serve so thank you d would so much.

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"united kingdom" Discussed on Breaking Green Ceilings

Breaking Green Ceilings

07:44 min | 2 months ago

"united kingdom" Discussed on Breaking Green Ceilings

"Bove any troubles. Yes but we're working on it one trouble that tie and with great hope. Yes we are so with that. I wanted to take our conversation to the lightning round which is a series of four questions and basically answer. The first thing that comes to your mind and ask the question. So let's get into it. The first question here is what have you heard or watched. That has influenced you the most women race uncloth. Angela davis. I think that really spotted me on my journey of feminism. Guess that's a good one. What's a personal habit. That has helped to significantly in your work make list. I have probably to list in front of me right now. Because i do so much. Have to make a list of every film. Doing and check things off about a remain organized. Baldo helped me with by mail in boxer. I think email is just a whole other beast. It just gets unruly very quickly and it's really difficult to just get a control of at at one point. I won't ever forget what one of my former supervisors told me is when she goes on vacation or when she comes back from vacation. She doesn't read any of the emails but kinda came in and watch was on vacation. She just deletes all them and she said if somebody really wanted to get back to me or reach me they'll email me again. And i'm like ooh. That's a risky. I don't know if wouldn't do that. She does have a point. yeah she does. I mean from that perspective. You know power to you. But then also there conversations that you kinda copied into so you wanna keep up with that example executive but i fantasize about that sometimes. Just check all unread emails and deletes fayoum be people who say they have zero email than the in both. It just means that d- people are looking to you as their solution person. These got the answer. Mld what's the best piece of advice. You've received a receive so many. But i think in terms of dubbed fall men it was like plaza seed if it grows it grows. If it doesn't move onto the next thing yeah mike. I said. they have lake siege rejection issues. That's really good advice and applicable to me. So i'm doing a workshop. This fall so when i turn my yard until like one of those native habitats so i'm determined not the rejection badly hopefully and then the final question here is. What is your superpower as someone Equity unjust this week. I'll faint heaven of superpower gives people the pressure that you have to be special and i'm not special. I'm just an ordinary person. Know everyone's unique and special. I just passionate about people Planet on Russell is my superpower Oh i add. That's a good that means like you get stuff done. Yep yeah what a simple flake. Your favorite dishes. The one that just like takes you home. So i think what the on his that also coke. I am an award in coke. A foot use coconut chef. Because i come from that line of women and men who cooks the family am. I just loved to from all over the world. I love tongan feed. I've never had the slight everything more or coconut. Melting of prepaid one dish where is like tower leaves on europe evil lab. We won't go. They wouldn't be from those colonial. Yeah left with onion and coconut mill. All they cook so the tar roots in coconut milk. I love Carribean food included people's food. This dish called pepperpot and is wild. makes coats to in castro fantastic. boil kosovans. Black amax helps appreciative. It both lots of chilling good dow. Yes i laugh actually. One of my specialties. Dull it's not that people take a goodall for for granted. It's not as easy. Yeah our girl condal despite go to one of the easiest for me the easiest things level. Good yeah i'll take that back. It's one of those dishes where it's easy to make it wholesome or delicious innocence. Yeah just add salt and pepper chillies and garlic and current needs and have season. You're good good so you need. I am from about spices. And so some people refer to my spice cabinets as alibaba's calatayud so many spices. That's awesome awesome. That would be like a treasure trove for me so he should send me a picture of that. Probably mess i yeah. I'm always looking for like new spices to experimented with well d. I know it's very late. Their site wanna keep you any longer. Is that anything else you would like to add before we pause our conversation here. Yeah i think we need to understand about we. As ordinary people have paulo. We have paul when with together on especially as a two systems and very food we eat is under attack by big corporations with cheap food and highly processed food that literally killing us and killing off and we have to come together as people and change the uncomfortable. I love that we have power. We do.

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"united kingdom" Discussed on Breaking Green Ceilings

Breaking Green Ceilings

07:53 min | 2 months ago

"united kingdom" Discussed on Breaking Green Ceilings

"Approach are so i grew. Ecology is also the firm methodologies technologies as with low technology so agri-forestry plant more trees and so have animals grazing all Pre-trading so crops. In between so don't wait can with whatever soil type you have and temperature and climate conditions. So i concert will. Oh grow pumpkins. if you don't have the conditions for that which is why you need to observe and learn from someone who has been in it and it is about in more in tune with nature and not trying to control it. So these the brilliant japanese farmer and i'm not even going to try to pronounce main because butcher it but one straw revolution go re dot us an amazing book as farm in whilst black by leo panama. An so they so many resources out there I would say grow what you want to eat. I mean okay as Exactly grew gams all clunton. Those are things that we would have to import and we should be imported them in a way. That's fe and just the those fhima's and that doesn't happen right now in trade policy. I'm over spot of food. Sovereignty among we shouldn't be buying any seed right. We should be buying lou open. Pollinated team flavonols steed. Sharon within all communities. I'm calling all save every plant and every food. Prompt will grow in the need to concentrate on. Maybe we'll know to share with you neighbor. I'm you'll both shave club thing. Different view fallen is about community. It really is it really is. It makes so much sense when you were saying. You can't go all the food that you need. I mean it's just not possible. That's why like a co op is really the way to go. And i was think farming is a lot of hard work and you don't wanna be doing it alone and so i think that's why it's important to have community your knowledge roy moore. Pumpkins didn't grow. Are you having the same problem. I but also farmers Our good clients while we know how to polity especially when we have good causes even bad hall. This would fruits and veggies. Make it party in your eyes play. Bagio malibu spinach amaranth which growth evil leave saw state and i would say tomatoes. I just love freshly picked. Tomatoes of the Tastes yes entire time. You're talking about fresh vegetables. Like tomatoes are good. Ucs but aren't tomatoes considered fruits technically. Yes they are a lot of things. We technically for fruits. Well this has been really insightful conversation and it's sort of like a compliment to a previous conversation. I had with two food justice activists from east africa. One is susan. Mkhatshwa from uganda and the other one is leonida odongo from kenya and a lot of things that you have referenced. Such as how trade negatively impact smallholder farmers the importance of being able to share a seed to hold seed and one of the things that are they talked about was the importance of women in agriculture has been heavily overlooked. They often don't get a seat at the table even though they're the ones who are cultivating the land. They're the ones who are putting the labor into the land and traditionally women were the seat holders but now because of big corporations. It's and so many other reasons. Now it's kinda like in the man's hands and guess like you do some work on an international scale. I guess and so what are some of your thoughts or what. Some of the work that you're doing around like food justice issues internationally. Okay so i'm the right. To food and nutrition asked both here in the uk and into nationally because so many countries have signed on to about cuban. Mike is one of the basic human right so the us has never signed up to the uk has but we don't have it in lowell. So as part of the global network on a a food and nutrition we support countries in terms of looking at violations looking at the stay of food in the world so deep dive into countries and issues and right so food also includes all the of all right so i'll just thought Some with with the civil society mechanism on agenda equity in terms of food and nutrition and prominence systems. So yeah really soft. That i essentially didn't know about but saddening to learn about it at the same time but also grateful that there are people like yourselves susan nie-nieto and many many others who are fighting for for these women farmers to get a seat at the table and hope that can change. Not just women follows the women who work in food as well. Because women on workers in africa women are can processes than it's fighting for the rights of women and children as well so many children enslaved within the system particularly in banana production in cocoa production and lots of crops. And as right now a child has a right to live a life and everyone has a right to live a dignified life and not be hungry and to have a roof over their head. Yes so many troubles in this world.

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"united kingdom" Discussed on Breaking Green Ceilings

Breaking Green Ceilings

07:40 min | 2 months ago

"united kingdom" Discussed on Breaking Green Ceilings

"And someone's back up but it takes more than two feed or community right so community from on the edges of london. How many people families do you provide for pre covet nineteen. We were supported and say about fifty families of the hundred people will also food insecurity now with supported in probably about three hundred households. a week. We up to twelve hundred people a week and that number is going up. Where are you getting the food from. Is there enough food. we buy We take food from all of the industrialized charitable food complex. Which is why we say we have to fall. We have to take control of the supply chain rate because right all the uk is like emits of a perfect storm so because of brexit we don't have workers and even that is an issue to me a legacy of the colonial plantation system that we still need people from elsewhere to commend with compounds. So we have no lorry-drivers to bring food from the Experiencing shortages on shelves from her salas taras which makes a lot of food unaffordable because additional tax on food. Yeah and it particularly applies the a lot of food that's coming from africa. Caribbean and south america plow about was a food than slave people. The breadfruit which was brought to the caribbean solf america by the british was free. Most people had a tree on their plots. Are something like that. Cost almost twenty pounds. I so slight will leave. Issues plus we have a shortage of natural gas. Co two cass art. Which is used in the food industry not enough farmers. We don't have any food security in the uk we produce probably about half on. Yes this we know. Ninety eight percent of all fruits come from you so we have to be producing more food and within and industrial food system. That means we'll put in lots of chemicals and fertilizers and using chemicals to get rid of. We done insects herbicides. On all this stuff. I it needs to be algorithm Agroecology is based on private tea and wiccan with nature and following our foot use ancestral knowledge. Yes so you mentioned that we just need to become self sufficient in our own food production and we can't rely on government to do that for us in the work that you're doing with the food bank and the policy work. Is there some element of training families or creative workshops or other ideas that you have to build that kind of like capacity of self sufficiency in these families are think we can't ever be one hundred percent petition which is why i'm always so About cooperative and community so solutions we meet each of us so one personal one family could produce through themselves but we all trade anomaly because alliance with training. People were mentor. People also believe in into generational. Learning as i said a long island was from my father and grandmother and other elders in the community. And i hope okay quite an elder yet but as a auntie on pops in my knowledge as well be in common and culture but also in terms of policy advocacy your wisdom holder from my perspective and three the hoof. You have quite a challenge that you've chosen here. I i do it with a i do it from a place of all because for me it is about love for people unloved for planet love for children and the people and wanted them to inherit a will. That's better than one we have right. Yes i don't know if. I am an optimist. But i'd like to be hopeful that we can if not reverse halt the damage the destruction we have caused and either revive or create. I don't know what it is but just echoing use said in terms of leaving the world better than what we had so for our listeners out there who are contemplating growing their own food. What advice would you give them. Where can we start the university of youtube amazing bristles jeff. Forget will be over so much information. They i would say. Find a community garden as well so that you learn with and from others and no matter where you on will in can find someone elbow or someone to mentally here in the us. We have extension programs and they usually like agricultural extension programs that are affiliated with universities. And often they have quite a lot of resources in terms of what kind of local plants to have in your garden and trees and they also do give advice on how to grow vegetables depending on which extension office it is. I'm just curious. What's your approach to to farming. As far as your work in increasing food security goes and you did mention agroecology like what kind of specific plants i mean. Our.

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"united kingdom" Discussed on Breaking Green Ceilings

Breaking Green Ceilings

07:29 min | 2 months ago

"united kingdom" Discussed on Breaking Green Ceilings

"That for specific jobs quite a lot of jobs within hospitality within the private sector so alana part time jobs lights out and especially in london yet on then people on minimum wages of heart. Remember how much it is but you can't live on it offensive Seven pounds eighty five or something and then we have what we call london living wage or national living wage in london it but eleven pounds eleven almost tall pounds. You still cannot live on that so need real living wages. It sounds like the us. I don't wanna like over. Simplify or make unfair comparison but a sounds very similar because our is very very similar. I mean i just thought like and this is my Misconception of london. Oh the uk europe you have like universal healthcare and you have better policies or maternal leave and paternal leave in. I would just expect that. The minimum wage would be way higher because like seven. Pounds is almost like eight dollars. Or yeah muffing semi thing i would say the uk postie makers are copying the us so even though we have universal healthcare about literally need investment at literally is struggling. I remember being in hospital a couple years local and so they had to push my bed in between bed because literally wasn't enough space on a hat to be on that particular unit. Oh my gosh. I am nurses on the fade on overworked. Doctors underpaid and overweight. Well i realized. I've been saying wow a lot in this congress. Each like floored. I mean there's so many conversations about we can have i described earlier. This is violence. This is the violence. Because the impacts those people who are marginalized Impacts women elderly people children black people of color the most and refugees and asylum-seekers bright who actually have no access to anything. I they call it. No recourse to public funds hearing on the radio that now the uk's receiving quite a few number of afghan refugees up same time having a policy where two people away in the middle of the ocean And being so really hard line we've had the when russ scandal so that's generation of my parents. Who came here so in fifties Sixteen and they came as british subjects. Citizens Nal lost a bright. Just because they can't produce a pulse boto and people have died people being repatriated countries. They haven't lived. Forty fifty is yes. I i watched a piece on that. And i was shocked. How does this happen. Where i mean trinidad and tobago was a british colony. And so how can you unclaimed that. Yeah exactly and so. All these from the issues are on structural racism. The patriarchy able ism username. it that impacts people on impacts on the ability to actors food answer. Ito healthy nutritious mine. So what are some of the initiatives that you're involved in to increase food access to all but also especially the marginalized communities. Okay farben comes in a big believer in food sovereignty with people in communities. Have the right to be cited holiday gore food with a girl lift food what they want to eat while also ensuring people have right livelihood so part of my work is with a farmer's union memoirs 'cause alliance who are the uk member la via campesina and avia campesina is probably the biggest farmers union and farmers union all peasants represents many voiceless people so urban poll young people women pharma's people working on the land and some with during on what we call community food resilient. So we're connected pharma's with low income communities to would together to supply food the project. I run in london. Danville community kitchen on run that way day. A friend of mine leads the boston with doing something similar but taken a step civil so one things we started. It is a solid darting. Veg box scheme and we would inspired by. Us models crime washington momma k solidify from leah panama and so a change facts and adopted it for the uk. London context and i that included having culturally appropriate food. Because almost half a london is from Background and largely african caribbean and asian. So that was very important for that. We could supply food that meant people's cultural and diatribe need so we have a patchwork fon because we're in a highly urbanized of london. And a patrick means joe grin on small plots of land so will across to community centers one allotments on a house interstate on a school.

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"united kingdom" Discussed on Breaking Green Ceilings

Breaking Green Ceilings

07:54 min | 2 months ago

"united kingdom" Discussed on Breaking Green Ceilings

"They have their natural foods because trees and plants on the flora don't exist in isolation i guess so bio-diversity yeah so. How long did you live in trinidad for slow. I spent by formative. You've lived there for thirteen years. Five spent most of my life in the uk so born in london. And i still live in london to get to go back home. Yes i do. That's nice haven't been They pandemic hell taiba because Voters and a system of a Enter that ironic. That's interesting so well. Let's not go down that rabbit. He'll immigration interests me rob it who of borders citizenship. I mean it's another environmental issue in itself because those borders nature doesn't recognize those but those are manmade borders said send those policies anyways. So how did your experiences of foraging and cultivating the land experiencing nature in that intimate way. Then kind of like follow you as you grew up in the uk. May it became a foundation. So first thing i did. When i moved back to london i bought myself some compost than putting them wherever night had to grow some of my own food. Even moon lands Lingering in me the you go outside and you pick your friendships all you go pick your tomatoes and so literally is in my blood and way of being. That's really cool so these days. You're very much involved in promoting advancing food justice. So how has that Come to become the center of fuel. Work okay folks. Most of my youth. Kosei because i am fifty five so of live quite full life. I would send commute. T- developments ended so euphemistic dabbled in fashion for a bit totally hated it now because some of those environmental issues and it was me actually become ill and experiences in some of those violence from states out meant. I couldn't afford to buy food. And i have two young children and bravo then tune into food bank. I saw a went to my community and said will. Can we do together as a community. Because i knew i wasn't alone. Though of a women with children who were experiencing similar and we it a community garden and sort of growing food and sharing experiences of people from different parts of bills and a couple years later we saw it a community kitchen cold grenville community kitchen because for me. It wasn't enough bad. We just grow food. Antique people grew sudan composed by people needed to know how to cook food because these skills are being lost in on society and we just gone from the for me it was like peeling back layers of an so once. I got into that world and recognize on a minute wycombe. this wycombe. I access land. I started looking into policy. And i don't have an academic background. I don't have a policy background. I was just someone who was concerned with paul top down. Decisions affected our lives and met with some people and restore working on policy proposals while. So what kind of policy proposals were you working on. Immensely wave of a community organizations. We saw a preempted the strategic plan for london so every ten years london has a strategic plan based on hell found environment housing on those sorts of things so we preempted that with a new man coming in and produced this social compact and then started lobbying. The difference politicians from the firm poppies. Then eventually i applied to be on the london based on not what were the nature of the policies. What were you asking for. So i would specifically on housing and environment and this is one of my bug says that food is shoved into environment and we saw a provided policies on procurements. Halden city will buy food for schools and prisons. On hospitals policies on access to land policies on education and also policies on green infrastructure that actually growing food and produce in food in make in systems is actually good for the environment. Much better than so adjusts planted a tree a strip across. Yes yes yes we have. I think it's called like ghia farming where they'll just start planting veggies in on sidewalks or in common spaces. That's kind of cool a little bit about but you're going to feed a community we wanna feed people. You need access to land a muscle major issue hit in the uk. Historically i with what they call the enclosures were the wind system was hugo and ordinary people can access london anymore. I'm s why we have hedge rows in the uk but that was janos landau owners the indicate what bit of lands belonged to them. Bo had no idea but hedgerows also wonderful sources of bio-diversity and fish for At times and full of people they don't know the legacy will be history of land in the uk and when we get to empire and colonialism. Zepa more uber asia. Yes yes.

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"united kingdom" Discussed on Breaking Green Ceilings

Breaking Green Ceilings

01:50 min | 2 months ago

"united kingdom" Discussed on Breaking Green Ceilings

"Season. Three i want to thank you for following me and our guests on this wonderful journey. We've learned so much more. And i feel like there's a lot more to learn and i'm really excited about it. In the past three months we have learned about art in the environmental movement and the power of art in moving or creating behavioral change. We've also learned about queer ecology and how dismantle the concept of the binary in nature and to see nature as she is most non binary greatness and then finally talking about environmental justice movements. And what that really looks like on the ground in the power of collaboration again we saw how are is being used by isis collective in california and how they collaborating with the environmental collective for environmental justice in interpreting data on air quality water quality to hell. Ej communities better understand the threats that they're facing but also give them the tools to stand up for themselves essentially and then our last session or a last episode rather was with the wonderful susan mkhatshwa and leonida or from uganda and kenya respectively. Who worked talking to us about how food. Sovereignty is being threatened by large corporations and by unfair free trade agreements. And how it's fattening the power and the existence of.

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France-US Spat: What happens when diplomatic relations turn sour?

Monocle 24: The Foreign Desk

01:38 min | 2 months ago

France-US Spat: What happens when diplomatic relations turn sour?

"Me. I to explain not so much what france. He's angry about as why. France is being quite so demonstrative in its anger is agnes poirier author of not saddam the sole of france. So agnes. we don't want to get too bogged down in the details of the diplomatic spat which involves australia. The united states the united kingdom and france. But we want to talk more about the diplomatic spatters. An idea in this program both in theory and in practice. But let's start with france's participation in this particular diplomatic spat a. You surprised that. France is being quite so expressive as it is. I was at first when i first heard about that sim rain contract. I mean i knew it had been signed five years ago. Sign you about it. But it was remote souvenir and so i was quite struck. Yes by the force with which show young who is usually very cow passan. Very cautious minister very appreciated. Actually minister on the right and on the left informs used to be a defense an army ministers now the foreign affairs minister for france saying the morning when he talked about stabbing the bike etc. Everybody thought hang on a minute. There's something to it expire unusual for him and so we looked carefully at the small print and we looked into it and of course as the days passed and the anger was even more palpable. We sort of understood. What was it stake and why the french government was behaving that way

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U.S. Spat With France Shows Challenge of Keeping Allies Unified

The Hugh Hewitt Show: Highly Concentrated

02:24 min | 2 months ago

U.S. Spat With France Shows Challenge of Keeping Allies Unified

"I want you to put on the secretary of state hat. That many believe people believed you're going to wear. Should hillary clinton have won the two thousand sixteen election. And tell me what you would do if you were sitting on the seventh floor of the state department and this submarine controversy arose. And you might want to recap it for people who didn't listen to talk about it last week. You're on the air with me when the story broke. Yeah in in very short strokes. Australia signed up for france to build diesel electric submarines which are pretty good but over the last week or so they have done a one eighty and signed up with the united states in the united kingdom to build vastly better nuclear powered submarines. The french have lost a multi billion dollar contract. Their outrage what i would have done in retrospect was spend more time speaking with our allies. The french our oldest allies the first nation who came and fought alongside us in the revolutionary war. There are very fond of pointing that out as we subsequently fought a small war with them but such was the nineteenth century at the moment there still very strong allies within nato and so this came across to them as a very bad industrial policy. But also a real stab in the back to an ally. If i were sitting in tony blinken shoes right now and tony by the way. Interestingly is a franco phonic. He speaks beautiful. French lived in france for many years. I think he is and ought to be the point. Man on trying to rebuild this at the moment quite shaky set of relationships. And it's not just france hewitt's it's also with europe. Broadly we see particularly in the wake of brexit as the united kingdom pulls out. We now see france taking a lead in germany in working toward a much more independent eu policy. That'll bleed into our efforts to stand up to china. That's why this is important. I think secretary blinken that ought to be pretty much at the top of his chat list. Right now is working with his counterparts in paris.

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Biden Announces Joint Deal With U.K. And Australia to Counter China

UK Column Podcasts

02:06 min | 2 months ago

Biden Announces Joint Deal With U.K. And Australia to Counter China

"Wednesday was a busy day Just all the nonsense came afterwards. Sees news program of course but that we're going to start off with the u. aucas partnership is that how we pronounce it. Not really sure. I'm sure joe biden is going to tell us just one second but this is the united kingdom. The united states in austria have agreed what they describe as a landmark defense and security partnership that will defend our security interests around the world. I'm not sure who are is but that's what they're saying And so it's going to see the us. The uk and australia or lease astray is going to be provided with technology to build nuclear powered submarines for the time and other very boris johnson was very keen to make sure everybody understood that this was nuclear powered submarines the of a nuclear reactor on there to provide propulsion. But nothing else. So the nuclear weapons on there but Well joe stole the show. I have to say they had a bit of a press conference and joe was in the middle of the street prime minister on the left on boss johnson on the right And stretched enough. Joe didn't say anything prime minister led off. They weren't in person. I should've said Because of prime minister and the debars johnson On the on screen only so after they had both spoken. Joe thank them. Let's have a list. That went. And i wanna thank That fell down under. Thank you very much. Appreciate the premise. I i'm honored today to be joined by to america's closest allies australia united kingdom to launch a new phase of the trilateral security cooperation among our countries as prime minister morrison a prime minister. Johnson said thank you for this partnership your vision as we embark together on this strategic mission. Although australia the uk and us partnership aucas. It sounds strange in all these acronyms but assists goodwin

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US Working on New COVID-19 Rules for International Visitors

AP News Radio

00:43 sec | 2 months ago

US Working on New COVID-19 Rules for International Visitors

"Hi Mike Rossi you're reporting the U. S. is working on you cove in nineteen rules for international visitors you vaccine requirements for incoming international travelers are under consideration by the by did ministration as it looks to revamp current cobit nineteen restrictions contact tracing of international travelers would be a part of the new system White House coronavirus response coordinator Jeff resigned said Wednesday with the recent increasing cove in nineteen cases the current travel restrictions will remain in place until a new system is rolled out the US currently bars entry to most non Americans who have traveled to China India the United Kingdom and most of Europe Brazil and other countries in the previous fourteen days might cross CO Washington

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Brazil and Argentina Suspension Shocker

ESPN FC

01:59 min | 2 months ago

Brazil and Argentina Suspension Shocker

"Just when you think you've seen it on in the game. The matches then stopped by brazilian authorities. After seven minutes. This was an extraordinary series of events. Brazil take on argentina income and bone qualifying. of course. this was the big game of the day. A game that eventually was abandoned. Thank goodness guy is heads a try. Tallies exactly what happened god. Okay so wow all right. So there's four argentine players who any buendia martinez romero and lasalle su. Who is you know. Play their football. In the united kingdom For tottenham and aston villa respectively. Brazil have a rule in place. Where just as brazil is on. United kingdom's red list United kingdom is on brazil's red list and then means that anybody entering the country has to quarantine for ten days. They've been In this case the united kingdom Over the previous two weeks now These four players as they came in they didn't put the fact that they had been in the united kingdom on their whoever filled up their forms for them didn't put them in in the forms at the airport. The brazilian authorities noticed this. It took them a couple of days because they've been in for three days. There's different reports about how hard they tried or whether they were able to go and approach them and now a deport them or get them to quarantine eventually. They said he could only get to them at the stadium once. They were at the stadium. The difficulty getting into the dressing room because it was locked and so eventually aided by police they came on the pitch stopped the match. There was some throwing and eventually argentina's said okay. Never mind this. We're leaving and they left the stadium. Brazil stuck around. They had a kickabout for the delight of the fans. Were in the ground.

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Remembering 'Girls Aloud' Singer Sarah Harding

GSMC Social Media News Podcast

01:47 min | 2 months ago

Remembering 'Girls Aloud' Singer Sarah Harding

"So sarah harding. I saw this on twitter. Actually no i saw this on e. news online. And i wanted to talk about who. Sarah harding is as a person i because people probably won't know about her since she's over from the uk. So sarah harding was born sarah. Nicole harding on november seventeenth nineteen eighty-one. She has an english singer model and actress. Who rose to fame in late. Two thousand two when she successfully auditioned for the it reality series popstars the rivals and this is kind of relevant with some topics that i've talked about in the past as far as love island because love ireland. Uk like the original. Love island is based in the k. And there's people from all over the uk on that show and it also is on tv. So i have a feeling. That's kind of like the mtv of the us em tv of the uk but mtv loss in the us if that makes sense The program announced that harding had won a place as a member of the girl group girls aloud which girls aloud is a british irish pop. Girl group that was created through the icy be talent. Show in two thousand two and it comprised seniors cheryl cole nadine coyle sarah harding nicola roberts in kimberley walsh. They achieved a string of twenty consecutive top ten singles in the united kingdom including four number. Ones they also achieve seven certified albums of two. I'm sorry of which to reach number one. They've been nominated for five awards winning the two thousand nine best single for the

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The Tyranny Against American Parents Is Only Getting Worse

The Charlie Kirk Show

01:54 min | 3 months ago

The Tyranny Against American Parents Is Only Getting Worse

"Your children still your children. The elegant county health department and elegant michigan sent out a letter saying that your son or daughter is a close contact to a cove in nineteen positive person as defy michigan law. This is a source of infection. If you failed to take the action prescribed in this warning notice we could compel your compliance which may result in you being taken into protective custody to protect public health. They could take your children away by court order if you do not quarantine the way they tell you to. Are they still your children. The tyranny that we have been warning about is only getting worse. Domestically it's happening in australia. It's happening in the entire western world. The question is when are they actually going to stop if ever if we don't stand up against former pfizer vice president says the gloves are off the united kingdom government to inject all twelve to fifteen year olds without parental consent. Dr michael jordan. A former pfizer vice president chief scientist for the allergy and respiratory issued a warning to parents in the united kingdom with school children between twelve and fifteen that the government is planning to inject an experimental gene based kobe. Nineteen vaccine into them with or without their parental consent. Beginning next week from life life site news dot com is still your children in australia. They created a stadium where they took all the children away from parents and started vaccinating them. The doctor writes in this article. The children are no measurable bro. Risk from sars kobe. To and no previous healthy child has died in the united kingdom after infection not one he says that thrombosis pulmonary embolisms appeared over four hundred times the rate of a typical low rate after vaccination. He says that death rates per million. Vaccinations are running everywhere at around sixty times more than any other previous vaccine.

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People With Delta Variant Twice as Likely to Be Hospitalized

HouseSmarts Radio with Lou Manfredini

00:16 sec | 3 months ago

People With Delta Variant Twice as Likely to Be Hospitalized

"A new study out of the United Kingdom finding that people sick with the delta Covid variant are twice as likely to need hospital care compared with those with the Alpha variants. The study published in the land set reinforces the importance of vaccinations. Delta accounts for almost all covid cases in the U. K

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National Disability Strategy Pledges to Make Homes More Accessible

Assistive Technology Update

01:54 min | 3 months ago

National Disability Strategy Pledges to Make Homes More Accessible

"Our first story today comes to us from. At today it's titled national disability strategy pledges to make homes more accessible and upgrade job support stirs written by sarah srb and it's about a new program in the uk trying to make housing more accessible commuting more accessible and have better job prospects for individuals with disabilities story talks about the united kingdom's new national disability strategy. This is supported by one point. Six billion pounds of funding and it's focused on improving inclusion in the workplace tackling the disability employment gap and making sure children with special needs and disabilities are at the heart of the strategy. Some of the things that it seeks to do is first of all introduce workforce reporting for businesses and more than two hundred and fifty staff on the number of individuals with disabilities to encourage a more inclusive kind of workplace also launching a new online advice hub available to both the individuals with disability as well as the employer and this is there to provide information and advice on disability discrimination in the workplace and also teach them about flexible work environments individuals rights and the employer's obligations around reasonable adjustments. Or what we call here in the states reasonable accommodations. One thing that i really did like about the story is that it all started off with the united kingdom disability survey and this over fourteen thousand respondents. Now it doesn't really say anything about who the respondents were. But from what i get from the story is it's individuals with disabilities living in the uk. So basically they ask. What are the barriers the you have. What are the things we can do to help you. Because as many folks no assistive technology is a wonderful thing. But if it's not used in the right place for the right reason at the right time is not that great so they really actually reached out to the people and tried to make sure that they can actually get what the folks needed in their hands at the right time

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"united kingdom" Discussed on Coronavirus Daily

Coronavirus Daily

04:53 min | 7 months ago

"united kingdom" Discussed on Coronavirus Daily

"Npr london correspondent. frank langfitt..

"united kingdom" Discussed on Coronavirus Daily

Coronavirus Daily

02:00 min | 7 months ago

"united kingdom" Discussed on Coronavirus Daily

"Post brexit. It's still hard to to find. People like that ari i. I met a guy named david. Bell meredith professor of sterling. Study this issue for more than two decades. And he says scotland could do it but you know he also says this it would be difficult. One of the big issues obviously is that there isn't an obvious new source of income tax rate. Now back in two thousand and fourteen people were arguing that an independent scotland could rely on oil and gas revenue from the north sea. But as bell pointed out to me and it's pretty obvious with climate change. The outlook for fossil fuels is totally different. Now and you know coming back to the big picture of the uk as such a close ally of the united states scotland where to break away. What would that mean to the united states. I think washington is watching this very closely. The us relies on political and military support from the united kingdom. For instance. britain's nuclear subs. They're based up here in scotland. They carry american-made missiles. Scottish national party has said They're against any nuclear weapons here in an independent scotland. If it ever comes to that question is where. Would you put those those missiles and i was talking to jamie green He's running for re election in the scottish parliament with johnson's conservative party. And he says you even beyond the suburbs. The break-up of this country would weaken the west and help the uk an america's opponents This is what he said. We were standing outside. It was it was raining as is often the case here in edinburgh russia china the north korea iran. These countries are desperate for our unions to fail. And i think people in moscow are looking on glee at the prospect of scottish independence. You know prime minister. Boris johnson opposes an independence referendum. So if the scottish national party wins could he block it. I mean he can try to dig his heels in But they're going to push as hard as they possibly can and if he blocks it they'll try to take it to the courts but at the same time the argument that will be made here. Is you know these the results of an election and you need to respect the will people..

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"united kingdom" Discussed on Swarfcast

Swarfcast

05:28 min | 1 year ago

"united kingdom" Discussed on Swarfcast

"Click if it's not in the best idea is give you. Six months on events, so you can pretty much. You want semi Lakewood. Hashtag because she did, but you can stop a machine shop wanted machines very very cost effectively. And? Of course you can buy a used machine. Kim cheap still hang. It happens it happens. Hook wish wish more. About the US. Know the places unity in all the great American dream. Isn't that great? She's easy to talk to a machine shop. It all depends on who you ask, but I don I tend to believe in the dogma I know you hear a lot of people that come from other countries and they do come to the United States and they. They generally don't complain. About people in other countries in the taxes and the more red tape, more bureaucracy more be ass, but I don't know we have a certain reputation. reputations aren't always valid things change, but if you asked a lot of our listeners, they would say yes. That it is a good place for an entrepreneur. Would I always just have this preconceived notion about European countries in other countries that you've got these institutional? Institutional big companies that have been there forever and this sort of a hierarchy, and they make it harder for a smaller company, but I think I make the mistake of grouping all countries in the same boat. I mean it's not fair to say. England is the same as Spain or Sweden or whatever like to us. It's all Kinda. Yeah, it's it's over there, but it's not you can't do that. That's not fair. You have to get more detailed. And it's with will liederman formula, one. Of Formula One in enthusiasm south. To actually in UK off until want not the. Manufacturing sites yet us an American brand. They apposite here everywhere, right? Yeah to show so all the full one When you look at niece, what niche car manufacturer fifty or sixty brands on, say the segment Jamie and then we do our bit while there's never enough never enough good news coming through for Good Place Agenda Things. Places saw business. governments do what they can on trade associations lobby into the mall, but yeah, come over and give it a try noah. Is there reassuring coming? Everybody's been talking about reassuring here and you know, remain scene, but is it the same talk? Yes. That is going to be massive for US game. It's happening organically as we've embraced more automation robotics where you take the off great equation, the emerging.

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"united kingdom" Discussed on T.O.F.U. Talks: #OurNewNormal

T.O.F.U. Talks: #OurNewNormal

05:00 min | 1 year ago

"united kingdom" Discussed on T.O.F.U. Talks: #OurNewNormal

"I do it this way and everything and I'm like all right. For All I know you down the road. Someone's probably gonNA. Look it up on Youtube and be like hey, mangosteen. Maybe they won't like my video, but whatever it's it's. Weird you know. Range of people use it for. Well I. I love each year. Now I'm calm I. Watch it every single day every single day. When I so. This may be getting into one of the questions, but is now guitar missile. Come out routine because it includes. slowly wake made..

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"united kingdom" Discussed on T.O.F.U. Talks: #OurNewNormal

T.O.F.U. Talks: #OurNewNormal

05:54 min | 1 year ago

"united kingdom" Discussed on T.O.F.U. Talks: #OurNewNormal

"So identity delayed those for the nursing homes around calf today. Ladies with Dementia To-do, bitching and and such. I'm also knit US Oj. A lot of scope. Bags will the hospitals while the nicest sees things like that and I. I guess I just thought if people can try and concentrate practically on looking around in community and saying, what can I do to help than? If everybody does that, then we'll all be a little bit more K. I guess. Kind of how I was thinking, and it was difficult because. Usually the ways that people help us as either by giving them money which some people don't. Really have right now. Oh, they've just had their socio income taken away from them here at all by giving the time, and we can't really do not gusty wait so. It is frustrated and I. Think I thought it was just a way of. Trying to spread a little bit of how you can help he. Things you can do to to support all this time the. UK based I think it's also not and could probably be wide looks at widely so vm the sewing thing I mean from your social media I feel like it's something kinda dipping your toes into a little while ago along was around. Christmas actually it was them. I was thinking well upset to my stepfather. dowse thinking about buying myself a sewing machine back because on my. Background is that my mum trained as a dressmaker when she was young, so she aldo she ended up being a civil rights activist and all kinds of things she trained to dressmaker. That was not initial trade. and. She therefore is to make love close when we were young, she was. Gay I used to. Seeing sewing patterns lot Kinda thing, but at the same time. She never really. I didn't know whether I was just letting to live I. Don't know what went on I can't remember who she never really taught me. How to use the same machine and I always thought that sewing pans this. Thing that I couldn't possibly understand your. Post Grad degree to fly out. and. And I'd met and I just kept saying things on social media I follow a lot of press stuff, unlock diy stuff and I just kept. Thinking probably would be really nice to have a bit more freedom. Make my enclaves more freedom. I can particularly being Vegas is. Sometimes the just claims runoff are quite crap so. Swollen. classy swear. That is nice, lost serious. No that was there are far worse things you could say yes..

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"united kingdom" Discussed on T.O.F.U. Talks: #OurNewNormal

T.O.F.U. Talks: #OurNewNormal

04:01 min | 1 year ago

"united kingdom" Discussed on T.O.F.U. Talks: #OurNewNormal

"Yeah. Yeah, because like I don't know I'm just I. Don't really like to do anything that saves. You gain there with clippers. She also panic and then she'll just like. Scream I if you mean, it doesn't even keep in touch day combined. It's of going. By. So I. Am A baby and I don't like to do it for the door walks sensible adult and. Be the same way as you like the minute a dog panics or whatever. No, that's not. The noisy should be making around. The House sitting like I've had to do. Some like you know in terms of like force feedings in pills and stuff and it all just like rex me because it's not fun, go go now. You hate me and whatever but my friend is a basset. Hound who is similar like basically has to take him to the vet, either that or she has to like pretty much them because if she goes near him with the clippers, just like think it's a little. Pause like nails trimmed yeah. Yeah Yeah. I think the last like I've got a few updates every night because she'll be like. Oh gotta go. Could his nails. Have Fun with that I. Think Point she had to get chooses living with the. With some of her family, where she had to get one of them to like kind of hold him up, so his feet were just kind of dangling, and then she could go in and clip a couple, and then like the next day they do it again and get some more and I'd say like yeah. No, that's that's a whole racket so I didn't think the nail clipping thing I've heard quarantine haircuts night, somebody. Really it sounding like I listen to a lot of celebrity gossip, but somehow I ended up on like a Captain America Chris Evans, some buzzfeed thing, but how like adorable instagram was and I guess he tried to tried to cut his dogs hair with like electric razor, and just ended up giving them like a patch..

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"united kingdom" Discussed on T.O.F.U. Talks: #OurNewNormal

T.O.F.U. Talks: #OurNewNormal

05:18 min | 1 year ago

"united kingdom" Discussed on T.O.F.U. Talks: #OurNewNormal

"They've got taped out to me too wide sections in the the the key to get in the shop. That comes around the car park. He can go on Google to find out how busy the shop is. which wish from? One of the other day about. So it is still very much considered. CATES with world still very much expected to keep distance. Um, wherever it's possible basically. I'm not been been interesting. macgyver seen Was it. I think we'll trudeau. Like, is he will? He had to go in isolation because his. Wife. was diagnosed. I think apparently cheap possibly gave it the Elbe not to get into a lot of gossip, but when he thought he was. I can't remember if I don't think he ended up being positive I think he he was concerned and I guess he had hugged her. And there's this whole thing and like wow, another trudeau getting in issues with celebrities because. His mom got into a whole thing with lake. Mick Jagger and like the stones. Instead there's this whole scandal like a long time ago. About her I ended up on a Wikipedia Raviol- reading her and his dad and everything they were. They were quite the rambunctious couple, but anyway. I was him I'd of questions about how she gave it to l., but she didn't give it to him. Yeah, well, let's thing right because he I mean. He was concerned but I guess he tested negative, but then. I found out. Thanks to another conversation with a with a friend who Canadian who's actually. In Thailand, she told me to look up. The hair means these came across your feed with Justin Trudeau because like so many people. He hasn't had a haircut in awhile, so he's been doing these daily briefings, and for a while just kind came out of the House and there was the turn there, and he just did it a press release so far away, but I guess everyone's kind of been like. Watching his hair and it's been getting longer and stuff, but a few times now. He's had to do like this. Like. Wooded ridiculous as they do it in slow motion, and the guy like he's got it down past like it's all like scruffy. And then he does the thing like fingers through the hair, and when he comes back, and it's like just totally often like, and he's got the eye, contact and stuff, so of course, the Internet melted and.

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"united kingdom" Discussed on T.O.F.U. Talks: #OurNewNormal

T.O.F.U. Talks: #OurNewNormal

05:42 min | 1 year ago

"united kingdom" Discussed on T.O.F.U. Talks: #OurNewNormal

"I everybody WHO's listening watching welcome back to another one in the arm your normal sessions. It's been a bit of a break for me, so it might be a little rusty on this basically a sort of the sessions to give people an idea of the experiences of other folks around the world, and hopes that maybe it will be able to make some connections in the similarities and also learn about some of the differences thankfully I've had a Lotta, my friends. Willing to join me. In today I have a friend from the UK who I guess I'm going to say. Could you introduce yourself to get things going? To. Climb Onions Jenny I'm hearing Manchester in the UK on? We've been on lockdown since around mid March. And it's it's it's like. Wow, it's late me. I was GONNA say mid May. Is Getting on now. I actually went into lockdown slightly earlier than everybody else as well I'm kind of on a one of a slightly more among kind of medium risk less. So I was actually sent home from work a little bit. I've Kinda stopped counting now, but it's definitely been molin shipments. Yeah I m. y notice you know you're kind of looking at the side, so you can go to. You've got a little days ongoing. Just checking mother. Had some friends that are like posting on their facebook just like this Tuesday. And I are I one of my friends was in Portland on the West Coast? The states and it was like this is Monday such such date, and it was Tuesday for me like fifteen hours ahead, so wrote her, and I was like fake news. Image Day? So when you say locked down for you in Manchester and against maybe the UK in general 'cause. I mean there is like there's a countrywide sort of mandate right, and maybe there's some different. In between things for cities in what is it there is it provinces or counties? Well Tapioca. have been Many differences I. think that the different the different countries within the United Kingdom I think have. been making their own decisions and have been announcing their decision so you know. So having his daily briefing. Adam, that happens around tea time, but this and This minister Scotland is kind of during one earlier in the day and Wales kind of doing that thing, but nobody really pays attention to aisles. And So. We're all basically doing pretty much the same thing. We've recently been downgraded died. How Much WanNa go it, but we'd kind of been downgraded to a slightly lower alert level at if he likes it..

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"united kingdom" Discussed on T.O.F.U. Talks: #OurNewNormal

T.O.F.U. Talks: #OurNewNormal

05:42 min | 1 year ago

"united kingdom" Discussed on T.O.F.U. Talks: #OurNewNormal

"I everybody WHO's listening watching welcome back to another one in the arm your normal sessions. It's been a bit of a break for me, so it might be a little rusty on this basically a sort of the sessions to give people an idea of the experiences of other folks around the world, and hopes that maybe it will be able to make some connections in the similarities and also learn about some of the differences thankfully I've had a Lotta, my friends. Willing to join me. In today I have a friend from the UK who I guess I'm going to say. Could you introduce yourself to get things going? To. Climb Onions Jenny I'm hearing Manchester in the UK on? We've been on lockdown since around mid March. And it's it's it's like. Wow, it's late me. I was GONNA say mid May. Is Getting on now. I actually went into lockdown slightly earlier than everybody else as well I'm kind of on a one of a slightly more among kind of medium risk less. So I was actually sent home from work a little bit. I've Kinda stopped counting now, but it's definitely been molin shipments. Yeah I m. y notice you know you're kind of looking at the side, so you can go to. You've got a little days ongoing. Just checking mother. Had some friends that are like posting on their facebook just like this Tuesday. And I are I one of my friends was in Portland on the West Coast? The states and it was like this is Monday such such date, and it was Tuesday for me like fifteen hours ahead, so wrote her, and I was like fake news. Image Day? So when you say locked down for you in Manchester and against maybe the UK in general 'cause. I mean there is like there's a countrywide sort of mandate right, and maybe there's some different. In between things for cities in what is it there is it provinces or counties? Well Tapioca. have been Many differences I. think that the different the different countries within the United Kingdom I think have. been making their own decisions and have been announcing their decision so you know. So having his daily briefing. Adam, that happens around tea time, but this and This minister Scotland is kind of during one earlier in the day and Wales kind of doing that thing, but nobody really pays attention to aisles. And So. We're all basically doing pretty much the same thing. We've recently been downgraded died. How Much WanNa go it, but we'd kind of been downgraded to a slightly lower alert level at if he likes it..

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"united kingdom" Discussed on ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP

ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP

01:50 min | 1 year ago

"united kingdom" Discussed on ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP

"In the United Kingdom and I saw he was drafted first overall backed Nordiques were played five years in half of the season when he recorded relocated to Colorado for the integrated systems eight percent is only so much you spent eight years there was captain for a couple years trump tower games four hundred twenty two goals four hundred sixty three assists and eight hundred eighty five points overall as the nineties later on today really amazing that you know all of that off of the top of your head it is also totally in Congress that you care about hockey the way that you do Greg Cody and my crime both have opinions strong opinions on what sports needs to do right now in the middle of this apocalypse Mike you start before we go to coding well number one I have to pick my jaw up off the floor had no idea Nolan Owen Nolan was from the United Kingdom so great find their Roy I don't mean to be alarmist but say we flatten the curve at the most like hopeful aggressive timeline some people are gonna start getting pope at nineteen and it's extremely contagious a sport like basketball where they share a ball I feel like if the NBA comes back under a different situation which is like we're just going back to our normal lives people are so good be contracting this disease people are still gonna be getting it and you're gonna have a situation where someone's gonna get it during the playoffs in a totally new cure season I think we have to cancel this entire sports here I really do Greg Cody agrees with you we will wait for a second here as Mike Ryan moves his head set over to the speaker because we're here at the worldwide leader and we only have two headsets here Cody your thoughts on what Mike Ryan just said the call on this phone today in fact the NBA NHL needs to announce.

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