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"square theater" Discussed on Remainiacs - the Brexit Podcast

Remainiacs - the Brexit Podcast

05:48 min | 1 year ago

"square theater" Discussed on Remainiacs - the Brexit Podcast

"Of data. Oh okay okay right. which by this is a music one? Because that matters to which find any this as Gossiping twenty-sixth in the day off to the referendum result by playing a speech in the nineteen seventy five referendum Over image of a new flag brothers. Twenty sixteen as remaining remaining lining wasn't it was an amazing was nice from London. London is it the Beatles I think the chemical chemical chemical brothers No. It's new order following doc which founded this is also screened in EU flag. While singing a song with the lyrics will be the proud remains is is it. The chemical brothers is it. Bans are available. Cut Remember who is on this year is nine hundred seventy five no. It's I still okay. Keep going we'd lost. Skin is very I was I was moved for half a point. Each which constituencies. So you've got zero point. Yeah coming Santana it remains zero point constituencies to the following. Rg all-stars represents mock. I said yes. Steve Baker fracture steep automatic brexit survey hard constituency U.. Let's go let's go. You got it I believe in I believe in Ashdod Stern upon Ryan Winchester Wickham. O'Leary hones now is is close braverman. Oh a brave by nature crew lilkely. It's it's in England. Is it in London. I'll give you. This is a very fair question swell braverman thank you Fassi Scarborough for Fareham. Okay and Frank Montoya. You must know that I did not know what constituency rather house that was what what it is very we close to dig rid breaking completely on sits so that's half a point to the audience so basically which if the ten following remain. MP's did not vote to trigger article fifty on the third reading March. Twenty seventeen can who wanted to point. H How many ten which did not vote. Heidi Alan Chick Ramona Dominic Grieve Angela. Regal Maria Eagle which Philipson Anna Soubra Luciana Berger treating and Jess Phillips who were the say no to Swastika Fifty Anna might. Is it. The streets the streets not stressing I feel like your aerial. I feel grief grief. Grief would've agreed they would. These are good questions and I hate you right now. And they say eh investi sorry. Save Writing Writing Lines Hungry and WHO Allen Chitra Minute Dominic Grieve Brave Angela. Regal Maria Regal the sisters aged Philipson Anna Super Luciana birger West Street in just for the EGO. She's go with Maria. Resum Rare Eagle Rico is one of them is Louisiana. So that's a commanding one and and a half points to two. I'm GonNa give you a finally all. These quotes are taken from led by donkeys billboards as featured in the excellent new book. But who say hey by the way I will give you dates for half a point. Each there's a bonus points if you get the mall right from two thousand thirteen. I'm GONNA nail my colors to the mast here. I don't think you should leave. The you very very clear not be clearer on their opposition to leaving year. Boris Johnson clear. Excuse me Theresa May. Also that wasn't a clue. Barry Clearest I'll give you then you win some you lose use some very clear another point to the I'm getting out of the UK can be quicken easy the UK holds most of the continental negotiators. Take Davis No Liam for John Ryan Dillard with David ought to be some reason they got nobody. Contra John Redwood nobody has ever said the negotiation would be straightforward and simple book so he forgave this. I know it just seems like I'm saying the same words. Get it again. Fox maybe maybe the only in Portland Fox foxy Foxy Foxy Nazi. No clue snarling. Liam Fox but this one is very well known because he fox things up all the time praying grading grain finally.

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"square theater" Discussed on Richard Herring's Leicester Square Theatre Podcast

Richard Herring's Leicester Square Theatre Podcast

01:36 min | 2 years ago

"square theater" Discussed on Richard Herring's Leicester Square Theatre Podcast

"I welcome to another episode over shanks square theatre podcast. This time is sandy Pasqua. Hey, look, we're doing a black a million relish depose all around the country. We starting in Wolverhampton those in town hole on the first of February where my guest will be the author of the boy with the top north Satnam Singh era. Do come along to that this still very tickets left for that. Then were the less square theatre from the full of the February every Monday to the first of April on the fourth with Emily Aytac on the eleventh of every rob Brydon and David Morrissey, not many tickets left on eighteen February we got James Casta in London uses about five minutes left do add into the waiting list twenty fifth of Embry eight said Joe dominate and Suzy Ruffo for the March is my phone. I'm less Dennis come on eleven much. I think. Rosie Jones on that one eighteenth of botches Sindhu twenty-fifth mosh nobody yet on the first of April. We have the no such thing as a fish podcast. I'm also embarked on the fifteenth of February where we'll be carry Howard and want to be announced Birmingham sold out. No guest yet. That's on the twenty third of March Brighton as an extra date. A gig is being added on the third eight Paul there will be gig at six o'clock because what as the soda eight thirty one guests to be announced but get along to the old market website. If you want to book tickets to that extra gig with the different guest, so you can come to both..

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"square theater" Discussed on Richard Herring's Leicester Square Theatre Podcast

Richard Herring's Leicester Square Theatre Podcast

04:02 min | 2 years ago

"square theater" Discussed on Richard Herring's Leicester Square Theatre Podcast

"Herrings LeicesteR square theatre podcast laid is a genuine wealth continue the square Fanta. Please welcome. My man who is still drunk from last week show. How did I? Thank you very much. Thank you becoming and happy Christmas, everyone because. Pretty much Christmas. So. I think if I thought my son's right if not happy new year. Happy two weeks to Christmas, we covered as we come into whatever win ever goes that way, it we're now covered suppo- welcome to squeeze the puck this central bit. At the show. I was talking perk in Warwick can Lambert signal the other day the pretenders to the throne of Henry the seventh. Hard to tell you and they call it Us to. too. Gonna catch you on. We'll say say. I've had quite a week. My dogs had diarrhea pet and had diarrhea two mornings this week. Woken up actually the day the night after celebrity quiz without thing. Scores got drunk command to wake up to clear up five miles of Dr which is. Offer kitchen floor this little ruts in it. You know, ten years ago when I was thinking on my kids wanted to go with a nappies now, just my whole days just cleaning up of the creatures. She sometimes not not even human beings. Have it cleaned up some dog diarrhea? It's nice. Isn't it? I'm a little bit. Just to say it looks like kind of chocolate topping doesn't taste like it. So. What's your name say you've got to Brian blessed t Sean Stewart's you've changed so much. My is guy. All right. You find it Brian blessed? We hope and Brian would be Italy. That was the best one some say that James O'Brien's is in by where that was that was last week, but he's waiting around drinking freebies in say, it was it was a very good. Were you at the Brian blessed? Pucks will your hand. The Jason he said, I was I wasn't. He realized is lie. Yeah. I was then I wasn't. It felt like I didn't feel like I was there to say. What was what did you do for a living you work in IT suites? If it had to guess, my I would've gone to is this you make you you just meant tonight. What's your name, James, you're wearing a volt? Three built that is talking about is diamond city terms. This is a computer game. Okay. Do you work in IT, James? The coolest bloke in IT room. Yeah. Yeah. Those you call it a wedding ring you married. Wow. You might have to each other. Now, we why did you point just point today when I say, you're married he pointed to him. Okay. That's fine. You marry God working on married. To human. Now robot actually how long have you been married for? Thirteen years. We work in IT when you got married. No. Okay. We got to the bottom of that mystery. Anyway, you both. Very well. I have to turn back a little bit for this next guest because I wrote my notes. About three or four weeks ago when she was meant to be on the first time, let's see if she's turned up today. My next guest is well known from not yet, Brooke appearance on celeb- game separately games night that we all talk about say Gwen from dinosaurs. Which some of the dads? Moms will have seen. It's..

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"square theater" Discussed on Richard Herring's Leicester Square Theatre Podcast

Richard Herring's Leicester Square Theatre Podcast

04:02 min | 2 years ago

"square theater" Discussed on Richard Herring's Leicester Square Theatre Podcast

"Herrings LeicesteR square theatre podcast laid is a genuine wealth continue the square Fanta. Please welcome. My man who is still drunk from last week show. How did I? Thank you very much. Thank you becoming and happy Christmas, everyone because. Pretty much Christmas. So. I think if I thought my son's right if not happy new year. Happy two weeks to Christmas, we covered as we come into whatever win ever goes that way, it we're now covered suppo- welcome to squeeze the puck this central bit. At the show. I was talking perk in Warwick can Lambert signal the other day the pretenders to the throne of Henry the seventh. Hard to tell you and they call it Us to. too. Gonna catch you on. We'll say say. I've had quite a week. My dogs had diarrhea pet and had diarrhea two mornings this week. Woken up actually the day the night after celebrity quiz without thing. Scores got drunk command to wake up to clear up five miles of Dr which is. Offer kitchen floor this little ruts in it. You know, ten years ago when I was thinking on my kids wanted to go with a nappies now, just my whole days just cleaning up of the creatures. She sometimes not not even human beings. Have it cleaned up some dog diarrhea? It's nice. Isn't it? I'm a little bit. Just to say it looks like kind of chocolate topping doesn't taste like it. So. What's your name say you've got to Brian blessed t Sean Stewart's you've changed so much. My is guy. All right. You find it Brian blessed? We hope and Brian would be Italy. That was the best one some say that James O'Brien's is in by where that was that was last week, but he's waiting around drinking freebies in say, it was it was a very good. Were you at the Brian blessed? Pucks will your hand. The Jason he said, I was I wasn't. He realized is lie. Yeah. I was then I wasn't. It felt like I didn't feel like I was there to say. What was what did you do for a living you work in IT suites? If it had to guess, my I would've gone to is this you make you you just meant tonight. What's your name, James, you're wearing a volt? Three built that is talking about is diamond city terms. This is a computer game. Okay. Do you work in IT, James? The coolest bloke in IT room. Yeah. Yeah. Those you call it a wedding ring you married. Wow. You might have to each other. Now, we why did you point just point today when I say, you're married he pointed to him. Okay. That's fine. You marry God working on married. To human. Now robot actually how long have you been married for? Thirteen years. We work in IT when you got married. No. Okay. We got to the bottom of that mystery. Anyway, you both. Very well. I have to turn back a little bit for this next guest because I wrote my notes. About three or four weeks ago when she was meant to be on the first time, let's see if she's turned up today. My next guest is well known from not yet, Brooke appearance on celeb- game separately games night that we all talk about say Gwen from dinosaurs. Which some of the dads? Moms will have seen. It's..

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"square theater" Discussed on Remainiacs - the Brexit Podcast

Remainiacs - the Brexit Podcast

03:06 min | 3 years ago

"square theater" Discussed on Remainiacs - the Brexit Podcast

"Today. Awesome. Secondhand toilet paper. Let me just check. How Christmas works by the way, you got given to prison, and then they to answer a question. And you'll have so much actually this year. It will be here. Thank you for me. Thank you so much. It's offense spares. This is gonna be questioned this probably Andrew. So they know what's in it. It's a mystery. For. Your question is. What tips can you give British people going on the holidays in Europe next year? When if we leave the you. Okay. Learn to swim because there's no other way of getting to mainland Europe. If we crash out with no deal to March twenty nine I've looked into I thought because obviously as his name right now air travel will be compromised if we crash out without a deal. I thought I found a way round. But what about your style a train? Still still applies to trains. So yes, you could swim across the channels just learned to swim. Really? Well, there was a plus side. I found out which is if we crash out, and we become we have third country status. We get really cheap cigarettes and booze. Oh, now, you're. Did you know that thing when you're used to as someone an audit remain only say negatives in any article about Brexit? I why would anyone do not another thing? And then I read that thing about but you would get cheap cigarettes in bays. And I was like I had to reread it. So make sure there was a there was a plus side of Brexit. It's called big one Brexit episode the plus side of Brexit. Well, that's not. But they say, so that's the one good thing. But it's just it's just going to be a bureaucratic nightmare as all of it will be and I know it's it's quite fun sometimes to deal. You have to get your dog shows before he goes, no that's not quite you want to get to France to the dead for. And then it doesn't it doesn't. And it becomes almost like it's like a gay. I enjoy it. I get quite intimate. Oh my God. How much can Brexit? Fuck things up. And then you realize it's not a game. And also, this is why. This is why we're in trouble because things like traveling abroad. It will just become a nightmare of red tape and qs, and we have to do is probably it's It's a a state state law. longer be more convenient and annoying. We'll have visas to go to Europe. And and actually that's not that much of a problem because he goes America you need to be there. And it doesn't take that long go on the internet. But it's still it's just annoying and actually name me navy Smith all Romanian she's here somewhere. Maybe.

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"square theater" Discussed on Remainiacs - the Brexit Podcast

Remainiacs - the Brexit Podcast

04:02 min | 3 years ago

"square theater" Discussed on Remainiacs - the Brexit Podcast

"You need a complete regime change, wouldn't you to be taken seriously? So it wouldn't just be a question of our survey. Fifty you'd need to change everybody that had anything to do with this whole tobacco. On taint ourselves. I think so what would that look like a cool Kobina Kuban that government? Yeah. What would that look like, but it wouldn't be a Cohen that govern because he doesn't like the very much. Exactly. I didn't is. I think I think it's. I would never underestimate the anger that led to the leads the Brexit vote. I would never underestimate how pissed off people are I think what they're angry with is not the you. I think they were angry with things about the state of the country about austerity about all those kind of other things, and that is what we has to be acknowledged. And with what the conservative party cannot knowledge that is why ultimately I think Corbin is in a stronger position because he has answers to some of the questions, which are not the in which people are concerned about the took conservatives do not when I say onces, I'm not saying that I necessarily going to work I'm saying that he has those answers, and he has some ready and eat has the money for the chess, and he has a social program, and that I think will hold out a great deal of appeal. If. There comes to crunch, and we change government. There is one concern how by the way, which is the sort of regime change operates on both sides. And there are elections in may European parliament. And I think that could go ready fucking terribly wrong. If you look at the kind of patterns of voting behavior that's been happening over Europe. And the Europe that we see, you know, in June may be. Pretty pretty pretty bleak. One to be honest remain is need to start thinking emotionally how that's gonna feel because we're quite used to thinking the unmovable forces that the EU talks like it sane. And we're the ones that are gone mad. It's quite possible that they'll be an awful lot of madness coming from Europe as well. Once we got into the summer just to cheer everyone. Sorry. Well, yeah. I mean, I suppose and you can see that with with. Mean, I know it's not move sunny in our party. It's not even a movement. And it doesn't seem to know what he wants. But the yellow vest movement, which is kind of spreading little to other countries. Just seems like there's a lot. We can be very good looking and go with what's Britain gonna do. What's our relationship with Europe? But obviously, there's kind of this fires to put out all all across Europe. I've never spoken to anyone in the EU that thought that it wouldn't have happened in their country if they'd held the kind of referendum that we had everyone in Europe thinks the same. So actually, the funny thing is that this sort of political level in Europe. There's not that much judgement over sort of the way the result. When there is. But it's cool class where optimally had a sort of kind of dough competent to them. And it turns out they all go, but not competent. But nevertheless intended threes. Really, she takes the books like, but it, but it definitely was the case that they think that there is a western program thorough, Tehran, reactionaries native that is mostly anything remarkable hit, and they all were aware that that is a new countries. And exactly you look at the you look at the other jackets, you look right now the way the people who try to impose some kind of political meaning on what is going on in front. It's actually pretty hard to do this mixture of ROY and left, and and it's a more instinctive emotional sort of asked you this is not something that is constrained only to here. It's just that. We are the ones that have managed to insert it directly into the way that our country operates on the most fundamental possible level. Yeah. We did it better. Because we're bats other people they've got this political chaos floating around. But we we distilled it we put it into stringent. We just didn't check to this straight into the bloodstream. So well done Britain. Right because it's Christmas. We've got presents under the tree for the panel with a question to answer for each of them. This time next year. There's presence will power.

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"square theater" Discussed on Remainiacs - the Brexit Podcast

Remainiacs - the Brexit Podcast

01:54 min | 3 years ago

"square theater" Discussed on Remainiacs - the Brexit Podcast

"It's not you can't have lied to country and go on for two and a half years, whatever and said, this is all going to be fine. It's going to be brilliant. And then suddenly I made a mistake. I'm going to stop it. You have to bring the people with you. And you have to talk. And this is why she's been so duplicitous as they all have in. This is that they have not been honest with the people at any point any Sade. So you can't just suddenly overnight. Go actually, we will not we we were lying. It's actually really hard. So we're gonna stop it. You have to have some kind of process you have to you have to work on the hearts minds of people again, otherwise, we'll be riots. I mean, I remember the riots was Mark Duggan thing, I remember they were riots on my street, and I've said jokingly I would riots if there was a no deal. And I I mean, actually if there was a no deal we cry out. I mean, ROY I'm not gonna okay. Well. Okay. Well, I mean. Swear. We placards all caps on Twitter for a week. I do that. But yet as much as I would have loved him. I didn't want to do. Yeah. Kant? It can't happen. I think Can we just we just saw. before we move on this idea of remain reform, which of course, is is one of the things that we talk about as a people's vote option to try and kind of win people who are more eurosceptic over to remain 'cause? What do you think? I mean, whether it would be revoking article fifty whether it be the people's vote going the right way is the rest of the you up for this idea of being reformed with Britain with Britain going. We're going to be at the center, we're going to help change you have we have we squandered a little goodwill. I mean,.

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"square theater" Discussed on Remainiacs - the Brexit Podcast

Remainiacs - the Brexit Podcast

03:32 min | 3 years ago

"square theater" Discussed on Remainiacs - the Brexit Podcast

"Let's just do it. That's just provoke it what kind of this assumption. That'd be this kind of huge kind of uprising of portrayal. Do you think actually a lot people just be like, that's bollocks? Thank the riots in the streets is bollocks. I think very few people would know what they were writing for why they were rioting what they wanted to achieve through the rising. And okay. So we know that from France that people can riot lot without being precisely sure what they want to achieve apart from chief of sheep a few. But nonetheless, this that isn't the way that Britain works. We tend not to ride we prefer demonstrating as we all know. And I don't think that there is an appetite in this country for mass civil disobedience for the sake of Brexit on the part of. More than two percent of the population. That is my prediction. I hope. It's right. So what did you? Three. And what what did you think the kind of because it would seem on the face of it a lot of people sort of outrageous thing to do. It can see why people will you can't just overturn the. Well, what do you think? How big do you think the consequences would be? He's not going to happen. We should say is it just gonna trees may just gonna go. Let's do it. I didn't notice as they say spontaneous. Web amount of web for long walk. In Switzerland was just like fuck it tests. It's probably not going to happen. But I mean is it conceivable that that it could happen without consequences? I think a good. Are you really to think that you're right to to do that to like separate out that thing of like anger over a overturning? And the other of just like just wanting it to go away. And there's a reason that may has just focused relentlessly on that message being like, this is how we just bring the argument to a halt. We saw heating the division order this kind of stuff that people do want the whole thing to go away. The trouble is you don't want to sound that the road. Scientists you always have what you want. And if you start working in the engine room of a country than it doesn't go very very quickly. If I really really long time to do this, even obviously the quickest way to make it. Go away is the hold another friend him to reverse the gym. That doesn't put away the sort of the social and the political when the emotional when the tribal sort of demons that are come out the box. If you do May's plan, you're looking at, you know, at least seven years, probably more if you put through negotiation, implementation ratification, and then of course, trying to get trade deal somewhere else. And then just general implications of just being a bit poor in a bit as powerful and a bit meaner and a bit more inward-looking here to do no deal. We'd be looking at the effects with the rest of our lives. This is the truth is people have to sort of like, you just have to you. Can't you can't just look them in the eyes and go we can make it go away. Because why com it's not gonna go away? This is going to be the thing that we're talking about for years. No matter what happens now in anyone that claims, otherwise to them is just trying to take that emotional need and use it for their own political calculations to go. I've got the one with solution that will make it go away. And they are always always no matter. What side they're on? They're lying and say as much as I. Over the years have just thought God, if someone just make stop, and and one thing wanting to have the government is Google, you know, what we've taken into consideration. But it you are wrong and say, we're not going to do it with we be on point. Now, you can ause even if trees may which would never have never happened. It was like, you know, what fuck it. I'm just going to stop it. I don't think that's that's that's not a good idea..

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"square theater" Discussed on Remainiacs - the Brexit Podcast

Remainiacs - the Brexit Podcast

03:13 min | 3 years ago

"square theater" Discussed on Remainiacs - the Brexit Podcast

"They will not as far as I can see I was any challenge for them. Then they don't need is a very good about Benjamin paper. I, yeah, it's interesting, isn't it? What would happen because presumably if? If may if a leadership contest is force that means that people have to field candidates from both sides of the spectrum presumably or from all sizes. There's many sides now this it's a hexagon, Nick. It's got a lot of bloody sides because you know, you'd have. Associative who may be leaning towards Norway, Saul deal, then you have people who had just no deal, Brexit, Jacobites mugs. And then you have people who would like a second second referendum and Annecy agree. So who would win out to those people? I don't know because I mean. I mean, presumably, so he's it may to say to her credit, but she's the fantasy Pittsburgh Steelers, and she's clinging on for dear life, and in some ways, I admire that because it's like, well, if the vote had gone ahead tomorrow and she lost. And there was a there was a leadership election. She would she presumed. We believe she's the person best place to deliver this. So whether that's misplaced sense of the country or not, I didn't know Botts. Yeah. Who he would come off to have fuck is. I mean this policy that would like I mean, I don't really want to see a hard Brexit to prime minister. But I would like to see them. Fuck it up and own it and not be able to say the stealth remain is ruined it for them. Who would they would have to offer someone up off the yourself because as you say if they actually they did they did my become needed? So we policy it would then be on this show things. Thomas the month-long, David Davis premiership. A comic interlude in British. Let's go. I think we have a status thing about them ever owning shit. They never will. But you know, Theresa May took over she gives them everything she gave them the foreign office, which is generous. She gives them an entire Brexit department of God knows what purpose she gave them the entire international trade department. She gets these permanent Brexit is. And at the time. If you remember everyone was like, oh, she's being Turkey clever isn't she because she's making sure that they own it? Right. You know, they do have they have they fuck. You know, they just they run Boris Johnson and David Davis speak as if they literally never held those positions. Very Dima hit as if they didn't hope to be fad. The never will. And even if they happen to be in the position where the way through as Liam Fox is not mean bookstore speaks if he is simultaneously the leader of the opposition. And the government minister, you even if they were there, they would eventually just blame Brussels or they will blame immigrants or they would blame fifth Corum at home. The remains the Ramona's distorted they will never own a good damn thing. They never ever ever will because they're incapable of seeing their own failings there to take a good hard look in the mirror. They'd realize that they were the people that have done this to the country rather than those who they actually end up playing..

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"square theater" Discussed on Remainiacs - the Brexit Podcast

Remainiacs - the Brexit Podcast

03:13 min | 3 years ago

"square theater" Discussed on Remainiacs - the Brexit Podcast

"But in terms of what that does to our some foreign policy what I trust in government and potentially that goes further, but only see when I was thinking just in terms of just pure undestood systematic cock-up, I was sort of thinking about on the rump. Parliament of the late seventeenth century is like pretty much. You just be letting that everyone there was fucking up badly and it when it ended up with the military dictatorship. So that was not a great moment for English politics. And I saw. Just quantitive level of cock-up whereabout that right now. And if the deal happens, if the vote happens, and it is voted down this so many, I know who are in this kind of Novi William Goldman kind of nobody knows anything kind of situation. But what would you what did you feel at the moment is that can be the most lately consequence of it being voted down? Does the found him back? Make it less easy. I to survive being voted down. Maybe. But I think she's basically I don't know how to answer any of those questions. So I'm going to answer a different one. I thought today's you did probably what was the smartest thing for her, which is just delay. And she's defined by that tactic. Really? It's all she has done the two and a half years. There's a problem it's seemingly insurmountable. So you just tell them put it off for another day. And we'll keep on thinking finding we've got to the day like yesterday and the any criteria was gonna be the fucking day. And there's all know she's it again. So it's still not going to take place. And yet that probably was the right thing for her to do in the it was really going to be difficult for her on the other end of that. And I can assess that by virtue of how positive I fell about what was going to happen tomorrow because. Because I'm I really felt like lots of the options that we explore whether it's random we're sending article fifty or anything else, you think about feel to me politically contingent on having defeated her deal. I and you can see that by the fact that Corbin didn't want to do the no-confidence attempt today because there's and everyone's taking the lesson of rees-mogg cooking up with the forty eight letters because it's just like that wasn't the time. Right. The time isn't before the video has been voted down. It's once a did is down all sorts of options present themselves. Now, she has pushed that away. And I think today was like some of the worst news we've seen in Brexit sometime when everything seems to be going in our direction because you're putting off that moment when we can start making our own propositions because her position has demonstrably failed. Rose. Is there any meaningful way the EU will will allow the deal to be amended to me what she hoping to to get from going back? So it's really hard because she's talking about getting something more meaningful on the backstop. But then that just shows that she doesn't understand what the backstop is. Because the whole point about the backstop is it has to assist and anyway, that's not get into to right now. But I see what else she can do. I mean, there's talk of updating the Rodman withdrawal agreement which would be what we agree with the EU of her updating the political declaration. But what the hell was his got going to bait?.

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"square theater" Discussed on Remainiacs - the Brexit Podcast

Remainiacs - the Brexit Podcast

04:03 min | 3 years ago

"square theater" Discussed on Remainiacs - the Brexit Podcast

"They mean me on the sounding everything would help with the situation. And I've just realized that I can step back from it. We I've been in lots of times when when people know that for example, we do remain interested in Brexit. They sort of feel that they have to talk about it a lot. So in bitten big groups of people. I find people so. Okay. Well, what about this? And I've allowed myself to not contribute particularly to these conversations anymore because a lot of the time with people you're not going to convince anyway or people that just this is very bad to say. But you can you know that they've got bit snippets of things places and then not to and for me personally review. Rebuffs everything is exhausting. Call. I semi so precious what a precious icon give myself as much as I would like stopped giving myself. So what do Christmas fair on Saturday? The dads came up and went for breaks. Hey, I want I meant to say was well, if you think about it quite lawn. Those postcards. So sometimes I try to think about it. And I just went off GT. Came off a little blunt, but I'm on GT. Now, there are probably a lot of regular listeners in here. Just come along for the hits in on WTO rules may on all well that sort of thing. But if you don't listen to the podcast, and you were here by mistake. We usually talk about handful of current Brexit news stories, and then a couple of longer topics tonight. We're going to try to forward to twenty nineteen. What's look out for what we can change in. How the year when we supposedly leave the EU will change purchase politics. And that so that everyone's not completely depressed. Also going to talk about what we call the proto. Brexit cannon. Which is things that may have paved the way for Brexit's is really to blame. Or was it? Jerry, Halley wells Union, Jack dress or the opening credits of dad's army we will find out because it's Christmas. We got a special gift for each of the panel under EU funded BreX mystery just covered in snowflakes. We could not negotiate a bigger one. So. What will father BreX massive brought everybody. I wanted to point out that there were signs saying, no photographs, but that's famous people say that. So you can tell you as many photographs. We don't have even maybe even say videos, but we don't have a Netflix special that would be ruined by videos. No, no, yes. Yes. Not yet today. Emails. The leftist wet theater is famous to stand up comedy. Please enjoy our evening Britain sit down tragedy. Firstly the topic dominating the news today, if you know if you've seen it. Is the meaningful vote which this morning, we read the first version of the script. We're still supposed to happen tomorrow. And yet not Theresa May said she bring the country together, and she has pretty much everyone thinks she's a terrible prime minister last. We looked you couldn't even get the votes to delay. The vote comes Brexit committee says the deal is a huge step into the unknown. The Tory writer claiming the different wen may lose his the votes. You must step down. So there's a leadership contest I look forward to. And Jeremy Corbyn insists he do a better deal. But he won't say how what will be in it because he's he's a man of mystery. In in terms of sort of monumental parliamentary weeks. From from history. A we in without signing to the day today is this history. A we in history right here. How does how does this sort of measure up? What would be the sort of precedent for this kind of that today, actually 'cause I was trying to think what could be more catastrophically fucked up than what we're looking at. And I was thinking night snow Suez, the not truly it was pretty minor compared to this just involves a bunch of sort of humiliation. But we're way past humiliation at this stage of the current post it. Like wednesday. I mean, Iraq sort of his has consequences that were bigger than this. I think because we're also not just in terms of lives..

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"square theater" Discussed on Remainiacs - the Brexit Podcast

Remainiacs - the Brexit Podcast

03:15 min | 3 years ago

"square theater" Discussed on Remainiacs - the Brexit Podcast

"You were born in Germany where you not. Yeah. Does do the gentleman's was have a word for for taking pleasure in the misfortune of others. The might be relevant. Yeah. I know. Yes. The dean. Yeah. Yeah. One of those fortunate. Joe passbook people who can just and I am an really I didn't why this is like an exit of show and tell brought it with me. That's what it ends people. Yeah. Oh, it's so read yet. It's actually almost identical to that. While the Cape on I got it immediately. As soon as. Brexit as referendum vote became known. And I got my thoughts, and I felt really guilty. 'cause I always wanted to go sit through the post is very efficient the jevon embassy. It was a master of. I went to these MC minute. So it will stamps done good at sent in the post and they problems, and I almost cried. When I go sit because it's sort of symbolically meant. I could have my my croissant shot in Paris. I have a choose to do that. But I also. Guilty that my other friends don't have it. So I felt like eight wins it, and Titanic which piece of woods. And I was like I've got my boss bowl everyone else's Leonardo DiCaprio, and I'm like oh. Yeah. Five is guilt. So it's a very pressured week month year epoch and I went to. What are we doing? We doing. I'm thinking in the way of self care. Is there anything that we're doing to alleviate Brexit stress? I use alcohol. So it was very well for me. So there is the switching on phone thing. But they didn't have like a sort of set regime, but there's like a sense on the Saturday Sunday of I really don't want much contamination with with news, and I'm kind of astonished lots of my colleagues, I sort of other political journalists who wake up on the Sunday that clearly watching you can tell by the tweets because they're watching sort of political programming from about ATM, and that will carry you through to two PM on Sunday. And you really is that really what you want to do with the Sundays at this. At least as long as you kind of just give yourself the weekend. If you can kind of feel some of the toxic hate, anxiety, and despair that you do your Monday to Friday, and that sort of helps out. Russ strictly really does it for me, occasionally, I called watched the whole thing because I call those those people, but. That's what I call the screaming other sharks. I just watched the dealt his in the clips, and that's enough. And that's like a three minute hit of pure, non Brexit. That's that's how dealing with the anger puffing your on show to you. And I've realized that like like he and said there was a point because as an actor. Sometimes you thank work. And I was spending hours and days just reading consuming. Brexit news as that would help somehow..

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"square theater" Discussed on Remainiacs - the Brexit Podcast

Remainiacs - the Brexit Podcast

01:58 min | 3 years ago

"square theater" Discussed on Remainiacs - the Brexit Podcast

"Show. Didn't know what to? Your your, mama comics man and here comes. Next year's event is movie which is going to be about going back in time to stop catastrophic decision that makes relation disappear. We'll be cools avengers endgame is. This is this Theresa May's and game. Like how to see what you've done you. See why do I took a thing from over there from over there, and I put them together. So it was the same thing. Basically every week. It's just like his COMEX thing and here is your catastrophic political live. What is her endgame? I'll use young game for the Brexit thing. A couple of times. Now, let's see mobile shooters is catching up with me. I was the Aventis films. You're going to have to stop me. If I saw this for more than seven or eight minutes, the ruins of carnival-like sort of replicated politics rose twenty twelve hours in the first one came out full of hope we're having the Olympics. Everything PO quite good. Then there was civil war right after the Brexit vote, then you had sort of like famous arrives. And it sorta like the death of ood hope that was this year. And then there's endgame. So it doesn't do it. Like things are going to work for us next year. If my theory is indeed, correct? I think that's sort of the next film. It'd be fine as possible. It is possible. We see the same script writers as then. I'm finally thank God, we have a professional performer with this Ingrid Oliver is the actor comedian and director possibly best known as Osgood from doctor who and she wrote and directed that fantastic. Viral video earlier this year in which the very British reserve cracks and people end up overturning tables and restaurants and throwing dog poo back of people. He left it on. I am good. We feel like unwiedly case to you know, I'm gonna I'm gonna make him. No, no, no. Slightly. One..

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Podcast advertises on London's tube, and Post Reports debuts

podnews

01:51 min | 3 years ago

Podcast advertises on London's tube, and Post Reports debuts

"From the newsroom of the Washington Post. The first edition of post reports the Washington Post's new daily podcast was published yesterday afternoon. Chargeable report, it's number seventeen in the US chart. This is post reports I'm Martine powers. Radio's second off podcast football ramble is being advertised across thirteen subway stations in London visible yesterday and today, and we'll be again on December. The seventh in stations like Oxford circus, and Waterloo, FOX nests spreaker has partnered with Diese to increase the amount of podcast available on diesels platform, especially in Latin America about region has a population of six hundred forty seven million people, and it's experiencing rapid growth in streaming services. When I left the Senate, I said, I was giving up my seat. But not my voice, that's foam. A US Senator Al Franken who's released a podcast world. Just an audio file on soundcloud really seen by time magazine as a tentative return to the public eye since his resignation last year, the AP has released their two thousand nine hundred nine digital audio buyer's guide an excellent resource they say for marketers looking to invest in digital audio scripts has formerly concluded the purchase of TRITON digital a podcast. Festival has been announced in Brighton in the UK wave which bills itself as the UK's first podcast festival in the southeast. Features hit podcast like no such thing as a fish, and Richard herrings LeicesteR square theatre podcast would point out that the annual London podcast festival in the south east of England was held for the third time earlier this year, they'll soon be new podcast studios in Sheffield in the UK with space for up to four podcasters using state of the art broadcasting equipment rebel base studios will open early next year. And he's kind of a big deal. Kind of a big deal. Ron burgundy is coming to podcasting.

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"square theater" Discussed on The Bugle

The Bugle

01:55 min | 3 years ago

"square theater" Discussed on The Bugle

"Truth nitrous oxide it before i'll say a guy had racism is like cricket invented in england perfected in australia i think now is the time for meaningless sound bites well let's break fulsome a quick hov metaphorical audio oranges now and lost you're jumping on your citrus allow me to alert you to a virtual worlds of forthcoming other bugle live shows the next live show is in melbourne australia two of them in fact on sundays to 15th and 22nd of april as part of the melvin international comedy festival will be at the other belly on london's south bank again on the fifth of june and the tenth of jilo i am also doing hey secularists for high world cup special on the fifth of july and we're back at leicester square theater only thirteen th of september and the fourteen th of november plus venturing north do the lowery and solve a stroke manages the on the seven th of october details floating around various bits of the internet era and as the blogs now to the live show that actually happened and this bates the news now seem public servants have been told to anonymously report their colleagues if they're wasting time at work all spending too long lunch according to the bbc to whom i say keep your bloody nose out of our business who knows dubbing who in australian taxation office in out a many memo to twenty thousand staff in december urging them to be aware of workmates behaviors encouraging them to report things like inaccurate timesheets or those who read the newspaper for too long the memo has been criticised by people calling it on the stralia and because the one thing all these love more than make chip and a hard day's work for a fair day's pay is a not very hard day's work for exactly the same amount.

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"square theater" Discussed on The Bugle

The Bugle

01:43 min | 4 years ago

"square theater" Discussed on The Bugle

"And the only way to do that is to have an even more controversial referendum that we will devote sigma sweek on whether or not to change the national anthem from god save the queen to max by graves 1950 nonmobile to hit single your pink toothbrush the lyrics of which of course your pink toothbrush on the blue toothbrush have we met somewhere before really gender a centralist slow on one level it sir it's all about s you know pat gender stereotypes on another it's a potential hunting is a ravaging retire and ravaging satire on empire and in american mike pence made a new year's resolution that by the end of the year every significant politician in the republican party will have his own handmade donald trump has made a resolution that he will think before tweeting now this this is exciting because this he has rigorously stuck through so far which you can see from the evidence that his tweeting has got even more nuts soham nothing a preferred when one just did it my instinct would australia's national resolution be negotiating american our national resolution would be something like stopped panicking about the relatively small number of refugees who come the seeking refugee now find country road because that is never going to happen and then my personal new year's resolution is to promote my shows more effectively on a vehicle starting right here right now or you mentioned the solar so not through the twelve place do come will live with alice on the eighteen th the gender the leicester square theater also on the twentysecond of february with niche amal uk toys begins on saturday the 13th in southport then sunday the 14th at the lowery insulted many other bikes are off the oldies els only ends in it.

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"square theater" Discussed on The Guilty Feminist

The Guilty Feminist

02:29 min | 4 years ago

"square theater" Discussed on The Guilty Feminist

"I it was a bit like that in the it's yeah it's not it's all intelligence me but i did feel a bit when you get sort of something very aggressive and basically saying it's people like you that put mental feminism i'm like well if men to put of feminism by hearing anything that's about themselves personally in knots about all the men that it's not a visit you never intended to be a feminist you only wanted to play it feminism and that's the same as if a person of color says to me you know you say you were nano but what about this if i go oh bullet taking it too far you're putting what people off black lives matter now you call and that somebody just it made me feel a bit sick and i think that he is the problem of cooling these things when they happen but i love your bravery of doing that to the organizers say anything about it were they go to trump that you did or they just don't think shaft i must say i was going to have an organized this optimal add really on the well powerful people which is certainly much easier because of freeman organi goes i am actually falling was organizing not how thriller the and of course paulo guilty feminists this is debra francoist for the guilty feminist briefly interrupting you'll podcast listening to let you know that's the guilty feminist long shows a sold out now till the end of the year but we putting new ones on sale soon in the meantime you could come and see me at global pillage there are a few tickets left for the november 18th show at king's place at four p m on a saturday in the cost will be david the deals that recordings ma theme the complented not at sima is lawrenson feel wiring so please get tickets for that now king's place november eighteenth at four p m a lovely mother nature also you can come and see me in conversation at standard issue at leicester square theater in london in conversation with sarah milliken and some other fantastic women on the fourteen th of december get tickets now while you can come and say hi afterwards and if he would like listen to loud voices.

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"square theater" Discussed on The Bugle

The Bugle

02:08 min | 4 years ago

"square theater" Discussed on The Bugle

"I think we put john oliver in a soundproof seif about a year and a bit ago he's on the show every week at the site at this is your last question anti you've done a guy if this is the makeorbreak between you doing average and well okay i andy tim here from path western australia what was the first ever punr are needed on the sherry and parents question what episode was in first ever peng run i think might have been north korea our be no spirit peng's and i guess it was a roundabout episode seventy five were at a guess do so well at north korea episode seventy six i think he you deserve you deserve some kind of credit for that that's pretty good gary a day that will live in infamy well of come on ridiculously police took up so close to 100 percent accurate it's tattooed alois so i and many other people with this i under someone did put up a collection of all the pun runs on on soundcloud that now stretches to well an unhealthy amount of time frankly many space beyond feature film like estern anti of ran a movie about about well you know that they will have been worst movies and there will be worst movies involving people lifting on the bugle as an anti welcome get accusations was my price crash was my price you win the chance to tell buglers what you're doing on the 16th of november all what norcem prize that is chris was funny should awe speaks those sections in november in london there will be a life you will at leicester square theater featuring michiko ma and alleys fraser and it it will be probably the showbiz event of the entire millennium so far out of 16 to the november at leicester square theater aimed at these tickets available on the internet at leicester's with its website and all available von bulow website as well chris i down now.

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