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well well being instead of trying to save its bankrupt banks the government led them go to the wall and the leadership then decided to reject a last deposit repayment scheme swayed by protesters who said the plan was unfair instead it every household in the country will now have twenty four thousand euros written off their mortgage banking executives accused of causing the crisis in the first place are also being pursued by the state professor vyner economics rodney shakespeare believes that iceland is setting a remarkable example you must rely on your own national bank for your own uses for your own really calling me for the spreading and if you don't do that you'll be trapped into debt in the same way that what you got greece you've got iceland but you've got every country in the world is being chucked into increasing debt and all that happens is that they increase the levels of that and smash the populations down we need to revolt against this global financial system
and in its own way iceland is setting a reasonable example thank you iceland the international monetary fund has criticizing us slanted government's policies saying there is little space left for additional debt relief measures and by leaving the insolvent banks to found for themselves the country's already laid down its biggest creditors and r.t. crew went to two of the biggest the u.k. and germany to gauge opinion. sounds great yeah. but just to get rid of your debt was perfect because then obviously you can spend that money was the real. thing he said he would help us families just get that code so that so it's a chunk of money that would make a difference. well i think the best for the country will be for the economy. it's the public that just goes up and i don't think the country can afford it it will be very great to you know everyone could buy a house. and i think it's
a good thing we used to have laws in germany where you could get subsidies as a home owner you know but that's one thing about this is ok he didn't get this i think for individual people it would be good news but not for the country you never know where the money comes from for such gifts are considered controversial islands' crisis breakaway plan is proving effective in helping people keep helping people keep their hands above water but here's what happens when government measures fail today nearly a quarter of the population live under the threat of poverty that's more than one hundred twenty million people two of the latest additions to the block bill gary and romania find themselves topping the list of europe's poorest and even the founding e.u. states are now struggling more than ever as a group is going to find out marco used to work as a beat so you'll many italians used to call it the golden skill which would always get you work in a role but it didn't hold true for marco one day he was sacked and has not been
fired since he's been living on the street for about four years now and says at forty six he sees little chance of fixing his life he asked us not to reveal his identity. when you live on the street survival is what takes up most of your time simply gets in a shower is a challenge it takes so much time to take care of yourself like a normal person he reached the end of the day and you're exhausted and depressed. would be an economy going through its longest recession since the second world war over twelve percent of adults are unemployed while four out of ten young people don't have a job there are no official figures on the homeless we have any type of food that we can get for free from somewhere more italians are beginning to turn to charity and humanitarian aid for help two years ago we had about fifty five percent were foreign minister and the forty five percent today we have about sixty five percent
valiant thirty five percent for us completely. everything on the shelves is free given in exchange for points allocated to low income families by the global charity network. most of the food is near its expiration date except for specially labeled aid it's really similar to an ordinary supermarket you've got bread pasta dairy products vegetables and sort of the one thing which really stands out are these packages with signs saying not for sale this is humanitarian aid from the european union and all together these products make up around a third of all the stuff here. kerry does is now raising the alarm saying around one third of all italian children are at risk of poverty and are lacking basic essential such as protein rich foods heating and close to skin off our t. rome. many british households are wondering how they'll stay warm this winter after
being hit with massive price rises just as a cold begins to bite thousands of u.k. families trav below the poverty line will be unable to heat their homes even with the promise of government help assess our cillian our reports. it's that time of year again when temperatures drop and to bill soar as the heating camas on. zero zero zero zero zero. people here protesting saying that it was out of the game to the choice between eating or heating they're angry at the price increases of the energy companies and the government's lack of action to helping those who are most vulnerable not to mention the comment from downing street that the bill is accounted for to pay the bills they just simply put on an extra job well. this very same in the gym close you can read police say in the ring it isn't the same me early keeling and his wife rita keep the heating on for only two hours during the
day and five hours at night i do worry. particularly to me. freedom to meet all the costs on our own it's affecting every family in this country and this is britain two thousand and thirteen. it's terrible depending on the provider the hike set to take effect this winter could be as high as ten percent with excess winter deaths in england and wales rising by a third to thirty one thousand compared with the previous year six big companies controlling the markets and not deciding when to put up prices whether that's above the rate of inflation or not is another question the big six blamed a rise in wholesale costs but industry regulator off jam said costs rose by less than two percent profits meanwhile have gone up by seventy five percent in the last year alone but if you're going to see if you any go to that's what we're going to
see to be. played out in britain in. the pressure. and there's a double whammy the national grid bore that energy reserves are dangerously low the risk of blackouts this winter will be higher than it's been for almost a decade but the more pressing problem for many remains simply getting through this winter how many of the. cabinet truly live on the almost sort of money that that we get doesn't make any difference to david cameron or anyone else if those tests are cilia are to london and big now for g.m.o. natural food has become more popular than genetically modified with people in the us fearing that the product could lead to a future health epidemic but huge food companies like monsanto refuse to give up and spend billions to maintain their market share are just more important i
investigate. in a city with thousands of restaurants yoko kind of maury has lunch at the same place nearly every day oh right yeah yeah every day everybody knows me every day and i love it. here at four foods the ingredients are natural g m o's are limited as much as possible and the menu caters to an exploding dietary necessity in the us we probably. if we see more people coming directly for us because we do have gluten free options listed among the top food trends by time magazine the gluten free lifestyle has boomed into a billion dollar american industry foods books and even bootcamps cater to a g. free clientele doctors are now paying attention to a new phenomenon called sensitivity and what about this gluten free diet cards group these groups no gluten high protein all natural bar the blue is
a protein found in wheat and other grain products eighteen million americans reportedly suffer from gluten related disorders while medical experts have dubbed it the next big u.s. epidemic a new report finds genetically modified foods such as soy and corn may be an environmental trigger for the growing health crisis if you look at the nature of the primary toxins crowd in most you can predispose physiology. to symptoms related to sensitivity. immune system. the multinational billion dollar company monsanto happens to be a leading producer of g.m.o. seeds are t. reached out to the company a spokesperson said that monsanto is not aware of credible evidence that supports allegations of their products being harmful but the report released by the institute for responsible technology finds that the weed
killer known. as roundup used on g m o's also has a negative effect on gut bacteria cicely's insidious because you don't have an immediate acute reaction but it evokes your health slowly over time our chosen outsiders disease. kidney failure cancer these have all been shown to be very strongly correlated with the use of ground corn and so on in the meantime monsanto has reportedly spent billions on lobbying to keep g.m.o. foods from being labeled in the u.s. sales in the gluten free food market have reached new heights due to a dangerous health at that this comes as monsanto grossed more than thirteen billion dollars in revenue last year selling products many believe to be response of all for that epidemic in the first place. new york. well i'll be back with news headlines in just
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you have to remember that israel if there were an academy award for best dramatic performance by a country israel would win every year it's really fit or. not to know who was the star of the theater so i would serve the few moments ago now we have to distinguish between israel's rhetorical position and its actual position israel wouldn't be investing billions and billions of dollars into building this wall if it wanted territory beyond the wall if we go back to our lines of even i mean if i had a hard time doing it's not go ahead go ahead go ahead i'm sorry if it's not just the the wall and the west bank and gaza they're in that and on now all that's to actually because the syrian poland there and they're drilling gas they're taking somebody else of gas and oil.
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