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the blatant flouting of the international rules based order and the legal structure around those use that use of chemical weapons by the russian state. speaker when you placed your two minister and my right to move from was home secretary i became aware both of outstanding determination and dedication and commitment expertise first two services and the police to do with counterterrorism you know just the house knows that that is late but probably but of course this event hundred new recruits are just going through all of. the. regulars cross live to our correspondent honesty see a check and it has been listening in on this ongoing session in parliament and the cia can you talk us through the meeting so far please. well let me keep it we saw the reply that theresa may has given to the russian government the case of the asli has said that these sea russia's action as noncompliance of course as you remember
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the british government gave russia deadline of midnight last night to respond to come forward to admit what the u.k. sees as its guilt in the poisoning of the double agent sergei script paul on u.k. territory. recently has said that it's either the behavior of russia. given the gravity of the situation and she has outlined the measures that will now be put in place here in london towards russia among those zero is the expulsion of twenty three russian diplomats to recently has described this as the biggest number in thirty years those diplomats are being given one week to leave the country among other measures we have seen that new legislative powers will be put in place in the u.k. to heighten its defense that the strengthening of legal powers for sanctions following violations of human rights will take place that the monitoring of people. traveling
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to the u.k. will increase if they're seen as a potential threat also the freezing of russian assets those that the british government sees as involved in some kind of questionable activities she's also said that the wealthy russians as she described corrupt elite will be targeted that money that comes to london and that no british officials including the royal family will be present at the world cup among other steps that the u.k. plans to take let's take a listen to theresa may nations nationally mr speaker it was right to offer russia the opportunity to provide an explanation but their response has demonstrated complete disdain for the gravity of these events. they have provided no credible explanation that they could suggests they lost control of the nerve agent no explanation as to how this agent came to be used in the united kingdom no explanation as to why russia has an undeclared chemical weapons program in
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contravention of international law. well we saw the leader of the opposition the labor party leader jeremy corbyn ask to resign may several questions along the lines of what russia has been requesting such as facts in this whole situation russia of course has said that it would like to see samples of the nerve agents so we could examine them properly and he's asked whether or not an official request has been filed to russia another point that moscow has been making and whether the . how he has outlined how important is to maintain dialogue with russia to this to reset me didn't really respond let's take a look join with the prime minister taking the necessary steps on to the chemical weapons convention to make a formal request for evidence from the russian government on the article nine point two. howard has she responded to the russian government's rick. quest for
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a song full of the agent used in the soles reattack to run its own tests. has high resolution trace analysis been run on a sample of the nerve agent and has that revealed any evidence as to the location of its production all the identity of its perpetrators and can the prime minister update the house on what conversations if any she has had with the russian government and while. and while suspending planned to higher level contacts does the prime minister agree that it is essential to maintain a robust dialogue with russia. while low to this the british prime minister has basically said that it's not a question of diplomacy it's a question of russian capability she's described it as cover culpable for attempted murder and of course we have to keep in mind that this whole time russia has been
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saying that it has nothing to do with the poisoning of this man it's only asked for an official notice to be sent from britain it's asked for evidence and facts supporting the statements being made against the russian federation and the russian foreign minister sergei lavrov said today that if such an official request had been sent russia would have been compliant and responded within ten days let's take a listen to the russian foreign minister now. with who. were there who we haven't received any official request from london based on its own obligations in accordance with the chemical weapons convention we've told britain we are ready to respond if they file the request instead of fighting the official request the u.k. continues to pull political stunts. well now with the suspension of high level cooperation as well as the expulsion of these twenty three russian diplomats we can certainly expect some kind of reaction to follow from moscow very shortly and just
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to take a look back at how this story went from being a local potentially local incident how it snowballed into a huge diplomatic ordeal now let's go to our report on sunday march fourth a couple are found slumped on a bench and souls bury reporters arrive at the scene for what was thought to be a local incident but soon after a global media frenzy unravels with accusations allegations and speculation moving at the speed of light exposure to an unknown substance and her comparisons to the two thousand and six death of alexander litvinenko march sixth the u.k.'s counterterrorism police take control of the investigation the u.k. foreign secretary boris johnson has this to say while it would be wrong to prejudge the investigation i can reassure the house that should evidence emerged that implies state responsibility then the majesty's government will respond appropriately and robustly. russia says it has no information and offers to help in
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any way it can these headlines leave little to the imagination long before any conclusions are drawn russia is being vilified the dots have been connected in the eyes of the world press details of the kind of punishment russia could face range from diplomatic expulsions to measures connected to the world cup to be held in russia the summer on march twelfth amidst a media hype and under pressure to take a tough stance from her government british prime minister theresa may is expected to provide clarity the government has concluded that it is highly likely that russia was responsible for the act against. the script and ultimatum is given to russia come clean or else while russia asks for proof evidence and facts we are of course getting many questions regarding how and where that move i did was actually with us i called home and told us that this is all we're not declaring a person of interest or a suspect at least in a court of law this would at least mean
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a time out in the world of political game play apparently means very little and associate you're going to r.t. london. now we will of course be bringing you more analysis and reaction to this breaking news story throughout the day including a response from the russian foreign ministry which is expected at any moment now we will be bringing you that live in the meantime russia's ambassador to the u.k. has said he believes the british government is acting inappropriately and needs to meet its obligations under international law. everything. except the city if. we believe that the you know i do keep the full international none of them under this obligation to be here. given the weapons they have to present the worst to the organisation and give it
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to consider this. this is the international scene and of course we're not ready to. to. you we are the ultimate. to other world news now a right wing canadian activist has been detained and detained in france and banned from entering britain lauren sutherland was held at a british border point in cali the u.k. home office told her she was being banned for distributing racist material in the town of luton last year one of the posters said alan is a gay gold officials described the twenty two year old as a threat to u.k. public policy subban says as he was interrogated in the french port under the u.k.'s terrorism act got a knock on the door from the kent u.k. police who handed me this form and that's where things kind of went sideways it's
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the schedule seven terrorism act and they said you need to read this you are being brought in to be questioned under the terrorism act the right wing activists have been barred from britain for similar reasons all stratas martin fellow and american commentator brittany pettibone were this month detained for three days before being deported cellnet had been scheduled to speak at a free speech conference in london's hyde park. we were last week and from entering the u.k. for various reason for me it was because i wanted to give a speech about freedom of speech on speakers corner and for me i am an american conservative commentator and i simply wanted to enter the u.k. of course i was going to watch martin speech but i was primarily going in to do some interviews i wanted to interview tommy robinson who is outspoken against islam and they essentially labeled him a far right leader who incites racial hatred and that's why they didn't want me to
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enter to interview him so huge crackdown of censorship but not only you know them banning us but also on the internet right now as we're seeing on platforms like you tube and twitter where the bans have caused anger in some quarters supporters are saying that while the right wing activists are being banned for radical islamic preachers have been allowed to speak freely and known terrorist suspects are allowed entry into britain it's ridiculous if you look at us to both of us are as i called an acceptable characters for you if you pose a threat to the court again please of the local communities why the same the very same country let's radical muslim extremists just for the country they have all these muslim woman gangs but still we are the main thread of the country i think is just ridiculous. next as we count down toward sunday's presidential election here in russia we're introducing you to some of the voters choosing who
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they want in the kremlin and the candidates vying for best support today we speak to members of russia's vast agricultural industry to hear what farmers want for the future. the other she a promotional items to tom davis was a little. north for me i'd still strapped into the board for speed or the console
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you. spoke. the thoughts of some russian farmers that while the candidate where profiling today is hoping to secure his. fourth term in charge incumbent president vladimir putin is running as an independent this time on a platform aimed at boosting russia's economic growth with three terms under his belt he has a lot of experience but critics accuse him of not being tough enough on corruption here are some excerpts from recent interviews and speeches on where he stands on the biggest issues facing russia and the wider world. that you feel that we want to make our country brights moving forward into the future because our ancestors really actually when we leave here our kids are living here and our children and grandchildren will live we'll do everything for them we'll be happy.
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and that's you sleeping so we have our own principles we do not let anyone interfere in our internal affairs and don't interfere ourselves that's our principle you should treat your partners with respect and then you will be respected it's a clam. when you can hear they don't have a program of development for our country what i appreciate about them is they talk about the problems as indeed a good thing and that should be done but there's not enough for the positive developments of the country to concentrate only on problems can even be dangerous because that might lead to destruction we need construction at the new best at each that. russia not only has to secure a place in the top five biggest economies in the world but also to boost g.d.p. per capita one and a half times by the middle of the next decade that's
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a hard task but i'm sure we can do it. going to. work as hard as i can if of course. to serve one. what i would r.t. we're profiling all the presidential election candidates here on r.t. and we're going to be bringing you more of those over the next few days as well as hearing from russians nationwide about what will win them over come this polling day sunday. the line technology blog chain is not only making waves in the banking world it could also be the foundation of our futures fifty's but shane is west sensitive data such as financial transactions are held on a network of computers rather than in one place and that potentially makes them more secure and easier to verify and far to use online series crypto really and make our friends as santiago has been meeting some of its biggest proponents in
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silicon valley and finding out how it could see a whole new type of city being built in puerto rico. he to any world's leading conference on. brought all the stars of watching together once again this time in silicon valley we caught up with our friend from singapore founder of ever coined nico mixer more of the view from silicon valley is absolutely amazing i mean i'm talking to general partners and venture capital firms they're renegotiating their l.p. agreements they want to hold crypto all they want to have custody they're started by treasury wallets it's unbelievable what's happening here you know i think as well we're starting to see the movement of institutional break capital some very very large institutional capital sorry you take an interest in the show and i think that's really positive we also got to take them crypto from bob the original manufacturer of the mouse back to apparently have been approved for five years now but most people think that bitcoin is like the corner and is the essence of the watching in reality the block change the magic and that will affect i think in the
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next ten or fifteen years virtually every major industry from pharmaceuticals to law enforcement recordkeeping accounting everything will be tied into that the bitcoin is really more of a symptom or a child of the blocking the block chains the mother i think if the banks allow us to survive and are not too threatened by the competition i think we're going to do very well imagine a city that's operated by block chained to college what could a place like that show the world currently brocken crystal roast beer is a detainee and blockin unbound are under negotiation with the puerto rican lyrics for the purchase of several thousand hectares of land for the creation of such a place the idea is to expose the power block chain on a global scale by taking a place that's been devastated by natural disasters and help that we build with bricks and block infrastructure the first step is rebuilding what is there by using better technology more sustainable energy renewable resources and just really bringing green light to the place that exists i think they'd see you is find our
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ability to build something new and bring all of that he says that we have. it's around the clock to see the local governments to the local population and really build a new type of city state trooper for the crypto a unique watching city built together with puerto rican government which will showcase the world the full scale of what could still can do to host devastated state i mean that's a century ago. a reminder now of our top story this hour the u.k.'s prime minister to resign may has said britain will expel twenty three russian diplomats and suspend all scheduled bilateral meetings with russia it comes in response to the poisoning of an ex russian intelligence officer and his daughter in the city of seoul sprit speaker is no alternative conclusion other than that the russian state was culpable for the attempted murder
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of mr script file and his daughter under the vienna convention the united kingdom will now expel twenty three russian diplomats who have been identified as undeclared intelligence officers they have just one week to leave so we will suspend all planned high level bilateral contacts between the united kingdom and the russian federation this includes revoking the invitation to foreign minister lavrov to pay reciprocal visit to the u.k. and confirming they will be no attendance by ministers or indeed members of the royal family at this summer's world cup in russia moscow is expected to give its response to the u.k. prime minister within the coming hours earlier foreign minister sergei lavrov said the u.k. still has not replied to its offer to help with the investigation or its request for access to the chemical used in the incident. we haven't received any official request from london based on its own open occasions in accordance with the chemical weapons convention we've told brits and we're ready to
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respond if they file the request instead of fighting the official request the u.k. continues to pull political stunts. we'll be bringing you more reaction and analysis on this breaking news story at the top of the ally do stay with us. because it will become. getting it toward you as well but. it was the most got a good. official line so i will study it not exist so i will study it is an us occupied territory it could be should it be a great source. probably develop nukes and if that happens.
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the u.k.'s prime minister expels twenty three russian diplomats from britain in retaliation for the kremlin's alleged involvement in the poisoning of a former russian intelligence agent and his daughter despite police having declared no suspects. to speak no alternative conclusion other than that the russian state was culpable for the attempted murder of mr scruby and his daughter under the vienna convention the united kingdom will now expel twenty three russian diplomats who have been identified as declared intelligence officers and russia says the u.k. still has no to replied to its offer to help with the investigation or its request for access to the chemical used in the incident moscow earlier rejected a midnight ultimatum.


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