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"university birmingham" Discussed on The Developer Tribe

The Developer Tribe

02:45 min | 11 months ago

"university birmingham" Discussed on The Developer Tribe

"I has on a journey as well in not so icebox baseness perspective from a philosophical perspective from delivered perspective. From who we work with. Where we were just wants to be able to deliver meaningful a meaningfully. That greg i'm let me see meaningful experience to children and fm families every single because Believe the gophers activity as spoils. He's he's he's amazing children whether it be crazy goal whether it be pitching coach whether it be going nineteen gulf coast. It's such a enriching experience for them to together so that in a very sure. Why is my sort of journey. As a coach of gulf like i said from coaching gulf coaching children coaching children gulf. And i think now we sit in that sort of spice of way reply. Go way way way as a company we the children we spent time with with families we spend time with. It's a fascinating Trajectory and janney full year. And it's also a house those interesting similarities. When you talk to most professional coaches about the journey that they've gone on there all these disjuncture there are these moments that just you end up becoming a coach and then later you end up. Having to think more critically about it doesn't is not something that just happens anymore. Yeah i don't think it's the critical because it again in two thousand eleven. I the opportunity to go to birmingham university birmingham parts of a couple of pj professionals who the first group to be on the postgraduate diploma coasting coaching working level three and level full and quite salty. That way with that so a never been to university before a so. That little foot in the water macadamia on that critical mindsets so that sort of why and one have is that true and all the practice before why had we done not will. Because that's what we've always done it gulf. Think like we spoke when we when we spoke. Regional unloaded golf coaches. We stand on our matt's on our driving range and we deliver the experience to that person ends generally being obviously technically driven. This is the why you should do. We stop doing this. Why experience you then throw in. A mental technology is now available..

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"university birmingham" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

Newsradio 700 WLW

03:45 min | 2 years ago

"university birmingham" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

"Don't seem essential and that's just me time now for a minute or two with our friend science might be what we call a science really oddly enough take as much time as you need but don't don't feel constrained by that minute thing okay I like the title yeah I'm looking at a couple article last night for today talk a little bit tired because SpaceX put a simulator well that interfaces with the same NASA simulator that used to be used for the SpaceX launch come what may twenty seventh yeah can you actually go online in search of space accumulator to talk via SpaceX capsule into the ISS the space station but I will never too good I mean I don't think of the cruise going to have like three makers and but I can never talk to damn thanks for all us hours and hours so you're actually online trying to dock basics with a shuttle with the station yeah oh my god but it's it is fun you can you can attempt it if you like right if you are you all Christians all and all of all the controls have added my kid you been imbibing when you tried this that's what I'm thinking of the crew go deep I don't think you're going to have a bottle on that ship so but no makers no problem all right thanks yeah B. R. coronavirus effect a lot of our callers this morning there should be a little more about the other topic after the twelve week period of destruction here research out of Birmingham university Birmingham England estimate that seventy three percent of all planned surgeries during his career will be mobile canceled through yeah twenty eight point four million well planned surgeries there's probably peered round hole the whole world they they definitely will be talking three of fifty nine hospitals in seventy one countries that were canceled published six point three million orthopedic surgeries an estimated almost two and a half million I plan to cancer surgeries yeah I don't call the cancer surgery and elective surgery and I got to catch up with them so now they got the now you're going to have you know you got to catch up to the surgery so you can have people work at Exeter I don't know I just to this end some hospital groups and physicians have either gone out of the business or just fired the entire group basically because there was no business coming in just like so many other segments of our society and there's not people around to do all the surgeries now I mean that's that's the that's a trouble spot thanks Mike appreciate phone call talk to my friend Peter Bronson up next on the what may be the last anniversary memorial however you want to phrase it you don't really celebrate this the last memorial to the Beverly hills supper club fire which is fastly approaching on may twenty eight forty three years hands they have sold the site and I don't know how you feel about that especially if one of your family members was involved in that horrific night they claimed a hundred sixty five lives and injured more than two hundred others fiery blaze anyway Peter Bronson that that one last reunion in just minutes on seven hundred WLW.

"university birmingham" Discussed on 90.3 KAZU

90.3 KAZU

12:01 min | 3 years ago

"university birmingham" Discussed on 90.3 KAZU

"Hello and welcome to Newsday Schyman Allen with you this morning great at our company and this awful what will get small yesterday's decision by the British prime minister Boris Johnson to suspend parliament opposition leaders are calling the more anti democratic on claim it's happening so that the prime minister falls through an ordeal breadsticks we'll also hear from the Brazilian formally the president Lula is speaking to the BBC correspondent while in jail on will bring his support of the latest business news we start here in the UK were the prime minister's decision to suspend parliament has prompted an angry backlash from MPs and campaigners and just looking at the papers there's no doubt with the top story here is outrageous Johnson suspense parliament says the guardian newspaper uproar as Johnson shuts down parliament to protect brexit land at plan says the Financial Times and all the other major papers with that at with that front page news on Wednesday the queen approved Boris Johnsons request to suspend parliament for five weeks in September and October weeks before the brexit deadline the prime minister his sister the plan would not prevent MPs playing the role in the brexit processes of the government's priority was to get on with its whole agenda but bring forth a new leads to program on crime on hospitals and making sure that we have the education funding that we need and there will be ample time on both sides of that crucial October the seventeenth summit ample time in parliament the MPs to debate the E. U. debate breaks it and the other issues apple tart but the liberal leader Jeremy Corbyn assayed Boris Johnson has to be stopped suspending parliament is not acceptable it's not all of the promises doing is a service smash and grab on a democracy in order to force through the no delay exit from the European Union what's he so afraid of the Dennis suspend parliament to prevent parliament discussing these matters so when parliament does meet on his time table very briefly next week the first thing we'll do is attempt legislation to prevent what he's doing and secondly to challenge him the motion of confidence at some point more on those points in just a moment with more than a million people have now signed a petition demanding that parliament must not be suspended until brexit is overturned or delayed this woman protesting outside Westminster's hoping their opposition to the latest developments will be heard and could help stop Britain leaving the E. U. this definitely maybe the beginning of the beginning this is happening today is in the country something to happen this in wells well many people voted to leave the E. U. many are unfazed by the developments I know that the doors things fast but why Comey put I will many back into our own country and we are the majority in this country the position that we forget to come out I mean that they say you know what we know kind of food you know kind of medication it's all speculation let's get more now on the ramifications of this decision what they actually mean for parliament and of course the bigger question for brexit professor Scott Lucas is a specialist in British foreign policy with the university of Birmingham and is joining law I slide now professor why the outrage well let's just cut through the emotion to get to the block reality of the situation and not is Boris Johnson and his government are doing two things the first is is that they are driving towards a no deal and a crash out from European Union on thirty first October the the idea that they are pursuing a deal the year is just a fig leaf that has no substance the second point and why the outrage constitutional rage is that to get that no deal through they have effectively shut it down for five weeks in an attempt to squeeze the time to prevent it from blocking no deal Johnson is advisers look back in January and April went on two occasions parliament prevented the UK government through legislative action from leaving the European Union and they look took a lesson from those experiences that this must not happen a third time it's a parliament and a foot despite what the prime minister his son has to almost going to an emergency footing immediately to have any chance of stopping us from leaving the European Union on Halloween well there are a couple of things one is the parliament was going to be in recess for three weeks anyway so what he's done is just extend that a couple of weeks extra weeks to extended to five weeks then the other thing is he hasn't really done anything illegal he he's well within his rights as prime minister just to suspend parliament well first of all let's take the excuse that doesn't hold water or not is that the ideas are we wouldn't be here would be at our conferences in September and early October in peace you were going to try to stop in deal and if it's the same as it was in the spring that is majority in parliament we're going to continue to sit through September despite party conferences and the government has closed off that option now in the wider point absolutely it is legally practice it's constitutional practice that a government to prepare for his new legislative agenda king and say look we're going to prorogue parliament to queens going to come back in a speech and set up the next session but these are not normal times and that is what the Johnson government does knows so what it means and the fact is is that those who do not want to know deal have between September fourth and September eleventh to pass legislation to delay it which which is impossible time if you think about the kind of legislation they need to produce a law to stop a no deal brexit that has to go through the you know through the common through the lords and then get past will we have time to do that given how limited the time is well they'll be on emergency footing to try to do it by September eleventh because here's the other thing what Johnson has done when the parliament is pro wrought everything that is in motion every bill that is in motion is put into the down and you have to go back to square one so that means that when parliament reconvenes on October fourteenth those who want to block and you'll have to start all over again through the comments through the lord's making sure that the bill is legally watertight and the Johnson government is effectively gamble and I think it's a pretty strong gamble that they just simply don't have the time even if they have a majority professional let let's talk about that gamble because you don't what can MPs what can parliament do in retaliation to to Boris Johnsons move of a vote of no confidence that calls election what will that puts brexit and and deal in jeopardy anyway okay well there are two parts the first part you know I'm just talked about which is the one that was being planned anyway which is the new legislation the second is and I think this is more likely now because of the short time table is an immediate no confidence vote on the government on September third when parliament reconvenes now the challenges is that even if the no confidence passes in the government you have to then be able to form a new government led by say the labour leader Jeremy Corbyn or a national unity figure such as the Grandy politician can Clark that new government has to go to the queen and asked to take power and it then has to still be able to pass legislation by October thirty first in a in a very tight tight schedule I mean the the the crunched for time is just on a new level with with this latest development professor at Lucas will have to leave it there so professor Scott Lucas a specialist in British foreign policy there with university Birmingham many thanks for joining us the former president of Brazil movies you know similar to Silva's told the BBC of the currently to doubles tomorrow is damaging Brazil standing in the world an exclusive interview from prison where he's serving a nine year sentence for corruption of former president Lula said Mister balsam number was not being taken seriously by the world leaders it was coming the Brazilian people he said we'll grunt sent us this report from Brazil find out side the federal police station in the city of correct the about just in front of me there is a small smattering of red spina's and placards reading Lou let leave a day these are the supporters of former president Lula who is currently residing in one of the cells inside this building where he spends twenty two hours a day in solitary confinement and we feed given exclusive access to speak to him we'll all right let's given such isolation it's little wonder the former president craves human contact hugging and shaking hands with those in the room before settling down to talk he says he keeps up to speed with the news file articles on pen drives routine by his team and has public access television channels in his cell so he's well aware of the criticism currently being leveled at president joy yet bold Senado and he shares the dim view of his political opponents elastic to both automatic back I was go on my way and I think both in our is doing great harm to the Brazilian people Evelyn party through a concurrence in order you can see he doesn't know what he's talking about in the relationship between countries you can't use in cells like trump involves narrowed down here it must be through dialogue still needs friends like the U. K. fronts it's in the in the U. S. China and go to and they need us to what you make then of Mister Bronson autos relationships with those same countries they had a foul there is no relationship you because most nariz ideologically guided by them to leave the world is round see that think it's flat he doesn't have the slightest notion of international geopolitics one in office knew that was widely considered to have had a strong record on the environment winning praise for reducing deforestation year on year off to two thousand and four he fears the phone is raging in the Amazon and President Bush scenarios we compartmental policies are on doing much of that work is this don't give much doubles the first thing is if quizilla in the world in black forest it's an old disclosed the people who are sitting the atoms in the fire I doing and saying the same things we said five years ago they seem to think that to preserve the forest to tackle global warming is foolish come before this stupidity at a high level governing a country today that I'm into so much good all the way to not lose interest in books and out however would say due to raise the foolish one child for nine years for corruption even trying to run against Mr boatswain out from jail easily they have been new revelations in his case published on the website the intercept which alleged collusion between the state prosecutors and the investigating judge says your mortal who's now Mister Wilson now does justice minister new to support as a hopeful he will be released soon but so far there's been no change in his case hi Austin about one criticism that was often leveled at him as president on you guilty much like Google Chavis was in Venezuela simply basing these social programs on a high commodity prices of of creating a TN to list system of popular politics in Brazil no G. as a youth okay that's what the Brazilian elite say the time that you develop policies research locally on the intellectuals of the right.

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