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in the british prime minister boris johnson for result, a national dissipated shake of the cabinet with the biggest change thing. dominic rod ships from his job with foreign secretary natural gas prices such and all time recording years is increasing by over 20 percent compared to cheese de parking fees. when your clients in the us say that it has no idea who was killed in an has try, can have got to stand last month, you know, full assessable the will before you don't know if it was in a worker or an ices k operative. i can't speak to that and i can't speak to that in
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a setting in any event, so you don't know or won't tell us. i don't, i don't know because we're doing the res. hate for the season, rushes parliament with the election just days away will be giving you the full breakdown. now a special coverage base out throughout the week. ah, this is on financial was me you nation. our thanks for joining it's all change would be out of the british government to prime minister boris johnson carried out a cabinet re shuffle. shakeup has long been expected education secretary has been sucked while the 4th secretary has been moved to justice. with more details on the shakeup he is on his isa ali, quite dramatic re shuffled by bars johnson,
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the british prime minister. and the most notable perhaps of those re shot holes is dominick rob, who of course is a was, should i say the foreign secretary? he's been demoted, and now dominic rob is the minister who was presiding or supposed to be presiding over the case strategic withdrawal from afghanistan. that was anything bob tail to tease. we thought couple airport la mud. while all of that was going on in the taliban were bonds on couples. so many rob was on holiday and didn't return to his post a decision which brought him great criticism and a lot of pressure on bar something to get rid of him. and he has essentially been demoted to a lower position within the cabinet at the time that the situation in afghanistan was really heating up. the criticism was coming in dominic rob from all corners of the political. well, i think it's important for us to me, what we're doing and where you are doing it from. when did you put a hold on me?
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i'm not looking to brush over this. i just want to know when you went things. when did you, when the facts on the surface, this looks like a family is planning on, on the grunt scale. when was the last time a foreign minister went to a 2nd stop? went to i'm not sure i have to check if you would like to know the busiest, very have to come back to 3rd grade. what seems to take the reading because high come us was recently started arranging the evacuation of german people through tashkent. and it seems to be a route the work screen the effectively from germany in terms of your own leadership in your own actions. up until this point, did you ever any point consider offer to reside? now i consider getting home with the job. rob here still quite an important character, important figure within the cabinet. he's the deputy prime minister. busy the chancellor and the justice secretary, so i move for him,
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but others perhaps haven't been as lucky. williams bucklin and jello. this seems but the chancellor richie so that he remains either interestingly to tell who is the home secretary to things on her job despite cripple and yet again to her holding meetings with businessman and breaking the ministerial code valuations, not enough to do pressure on bar. so you can just get on the line and many others. well, there's clearly sensible that kevin williams has been rerouted education secretary, he was completely useless and it's also wrong. the dublin rob is gone from the foreign office, given the failure, i think, to deal with the dentist on any sensible and effective way. however, the trouble is we've, we've had a capital of the inadequate se at the moment because the guys could so the party has refused to have people in the capital or staff who don't believe impressions
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and eliminates a whole range of people who are quite challenges. johnson as a prime minister, the worst punish we've had in living memory. and therefore we've had people who been up a hard logical reasons rather than because they're really good at the job. so we'll see what happens. but i don't think rob coach remains the deputy prime minister to that kind of reward or failure like will be pleased that we've seen the back of moving some particularly useless education. secondary, i don't think those who are concerned about foreign affairs recognize the development robin didn't perform well in terms of i will welcome his and fewer moved to the final outcome of this region will be very much better than we've had before. thanks. i know that you've been quoted for talent position as a home secretary, she in my view is always missed a process and nobody can see the sort of image which i believe book one but one see
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. many chances are in place and the chancellor is probably the one we got some credibility prices. one actual gas in europe. her have an all time record increasing almost 20 percent compared to yesterday. it's lining up a triple threat, just as when to demands is about to kick in. the surging wholesale prices can we find with low levels of stored gas and the spectra of rising fuel poverty? charlotte depends explain where the costs, if you report horses was expected. so people may have used more energy during the summer months. also locked downs across europe could have impacted the amount of energy people use at home. we also know that they've been a problem with wind. energy. lo winds have not been able to create enough energy to top up the deficits, and we know that you are paying companies have been tough competition over gas supplies with asian companies. all of it has seen the energy tank. we're used
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to what it should be pre pandemic capacity was around 84 percent. it's currently standing way down the 2nd one percent. all of it comes as you continue to all over the eyes. you think gas supply from russia, as you may be aware, the new stream to pipeline construction project completed last week and gas from the russian company has said it is ready to supply you with. it's just a deficit immediately. it's ready to step up to the plate and do that. however, for the happen, you have to certify that pipeline. they'll never suggestions that could take some before. that's ready to happen. we knew that some countries in europe already trying to take emergency measures to deal with crisis that there are into, to pay things over the winter months just around the corner. and this really could
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be the saw of another crisis. fewer poverty is something that find some things that household to a pension or low income you often have to make a particularly tough decision. do they have to stay warm for themselves that families, the children or do they use? he think supplies, she make food, it's an incredibly difficult position that many people have to take every year. some figures from the european commission suggests that they're all between 15000000 and a 125000000 people across europe who are currently in a few call for the having to make those decisions every year. so the idea that once again, we could see prices increase. now these historic prices really will bring a lot of fear to those families who have been fairly struggling to fall life.
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europe, us. it has been to winters facing this few crisis. we know that the question is now what other governments do and how will the european union react to a critical shortage. a wind power is also raising questions about an over reliance on renewable energy. a former trend foreign minister told us abroad and jamaica is a safe approach. the fact that the wind is blowing and that the sun is shining less black, that big gust inventory, so very low. all that, all together. great stuff mixed. that's on the one hand led to the increase in power prices. kinetic tricity prices, of course, also natural gas prices. and on the other hand, as although the permanent lessons risk of power electricity, we definitely have tremendous rise in the lines of 40 percent over poland. speaking
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of 4050 percent, so this effect of countries other countries which for instance have an tricity based on nuclear like in france, i'm currently living the seclusion difference that might not be such a price rise. but we really have to look at it from countries to countries. and again, in my eyes, it's not only and it's about friday thrive. the real problem for many countries in particular, in germany, where we already had several of the creation of the near power cuts in not in certain regions. this is a tremendous problem. the us secretary of state claims he doesn't know who was hate in a written american try and strike and i've got to stand antony blink and was being grilled for a 2nd consecutive day in the senate over that talk which code tend civilians just
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before the western military pull out as i'll sees more on gas, the purple throng gonna stop. but we much bear in mind, the highly partisan nature of american politics is what is the fact that ultimately may be very difficult to about? it can be defensive. the final weeks of us present here, we're gonna start v v evacuation, which, you know, many people is, has been k arctic as well as humiliating. will the united states look, we will, we will here. we will put that on the final weeks again. of the evacuation, we remember that the terror attacks that put everyone on it, the fear here, the anticipation that there could be more terror attack, reputed drew's buzzing endlessly. and this guy's over the cabal again, watching for any potential threat to the apple. and in this case, given what we have learned, given the surveillance footage that was released,
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it may well be the instance of a trigger, fingers of troops on the edge already fearing for their lives as well as the drone operators. the generals are watching this, commanding this evacuation of the big, fearful about pulling the trigger too quickly. the guy, the biden administration drone was the, in a worker or an isis k operative. the administration is, of course, reviewing that, that strike. and i'm sure that a full assessment will be, will be for you don't know if it was an aide worker or an ices k operative. i can't speak to that and i can't speak to that in the setting in any event. so you know, no or won't tell us. i don't, i don't know because we're reviewing. we'll see you think you'd kinda know before you're off, somebody with a predator. drones, many people see the surveillance. what is it with published in the media reported the showing the area of the drone strike immediately before it took place, showing
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a man looting mc catalyst this into a comp time. this is a lapse may have been mistook by the drone of where it is by, well, present on the ground as filled with explosives up the speculation immediately after about the room strike the perhaps there was a wrong turn of events because we've seen what, what a top on the destruction causes a terrible sure van packed with explosives. take down a 5 story build to get here. we saw a mangled car, yet the war that it was next to was relatively a touch. which would it be impossible if the car would be even hartfield with explosives, that of course we learned about that. the civilian casualties collateral casualties . a child 1st that was revised the 6 children who is it'll be very difficult to account for these incidents for this,
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for this group strike that from what we've seen from the hearings at the re blink, the state department, and the by the ministration completely prepared to do so, and the thing is, is there is blow back to that. i mean, i don't know if it's true, but i see these pictures of these beautiful children that were killed in the attack . if that's true and not propaganda, if that's true, guess what? maybe you've created hundreds or thousands of new potential terrorist from bombing the wrong people, given the general sense that many believe the afghan mission sale that it was 20 years of a of a few tal occupation. and given the fact that many republicans have, he's on this opportunity, many of the families of those troops, us troops killed on the 26th of august in that terror attack on the north, gave the terrible airport as well as the relatives of thousands of american troops . injured and killed over the war and get this done. it is unlikely that they will lead up the biden administration anytime soon unless it offers and
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provides accountability for what happened in the final weeks of american present year. and again, this time, this is our team tonight. and on the way we'll launch into our russian parliamentary elections, special coverage, as the res, hold time for seats in the state, duma. that's after this short break. the ah ah,
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me or ex markets are kind of thing food shortage in and what's been claim. you don't need it for the market. that's the plain and simple truth and country after country is beginning to realize they can escape the b matrix of 4 eggs with dominated by current players who control us dollar. and they can have sovereignty. true sovereignty. if you have rely on the us dollar, you do not have sovereignty, both the boss huntington national. now the u. s. u. k and australia have announced the
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creation of nuclear defense parks. it could mean that was trailer will pull out of a $90000000000.00 defense contract with franz, the new parks. his casually cold walk is focused on sharing information in case that he took areas, including artificial intelligence, cybersecurity and nuclear defense infrastructure. it hubs the pucks, which will involve, was trailer, acquiring, and nuclear submarine fleet will help the country protect interest in the region. the world is becoming more complex, especially here in our ages the in the pacific. the 1st major initiative of august will be to deliver a nuclear pad submarine plate, frustrated and discuss the alliance for the anti war campaign and beyond. the coalition. richard becker, it says the nuclear parked is aimed at countering china's growing influence and the region. there's no explanation, why are the u. s. and the u. k. now, at this time, hoping australia develop
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a nuclear power suite of submarines and then turning around and saying this will advance the world peace. clearly this is about another war. this is about a war that is being prepared against china. the us leaders, they talk about the endo pacific, which is of course the term was made up to enable us to explain us leaders explain, bringing more countries into the anti china alliance, surrounded china. and when i'm moving to the heart of moscow and our election h t, as a looking red squares on his new holidays that to bring you out in depth coverage of the elections to the stay de my, which is russia low house of parliament. voting will be over 3 days, it will run from friday to sunday and across the way, we're introducing you to the different policies in the race,
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giving you an insight into the world of russian politics. for now, let's just quickly take you through how the entire election process works. ah, the news will continue without deep dive into the 14 parties who are running for the state duma. let's take a quick look at those with an environmental agenda. the greens promote so course conservation of nature this year the party go this of a new chairman and continuous push to unite all but care about ecology. hearing russia, the started as a social movement did, $993.00 seeking a circle, green revolution of all the one little less than one percent of the vote though in
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2016. these are the parties new chairman set out his store for this is violet. money to keep one, not in a position party or a center is policy. want our agenda focusing on the environment to be represented in the duma. so we can pass laws, the citizens and country need every person, no matter where they live, has their own environmental issue, have their own environmental history. probably the raise a change of the hearts of minds of people who have become more environmentally. con the past couple of years like for example, sorting, sorting the garbage and so on and so forth. recycling and all of that. and of course, this would be something that the greens would pin their hopes to that people have indeed become more conscious in this sense of the word and that they will back them and back their initiatives. again. they are stressing that they're not strictly speaking and opposition party. what that means is that they are supporting the
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current geopolitical course of russia, but they want to see most spotlight on the environmental agenda on the green and gen after all. the other greens and it is a universal concept to universal political concept of course. so here's how the party chairman described and talked about the key bills that they are planning to introduce. if of course they get enough public support, you will not have about 10 legislative proposals dedicated to that. the 1st focuses on organic agriculture. we want to support our farmers so they could stop using come full chemicals. and that's very important. and then we think it's important to impose greater fines and allow for other forms of legal action to make sure business owners and shareholders act responsibly. so again, everything from encouraging recycling to well terms of energy sources in russia, and with well bolstering that present here to even supporting and backing the russian science and encouraging them to focus their research on
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a more environmental agenda, so to speak. now again, russia recently did pass a law that encourages companies to be more green and even towards them with so called green point, that they will be able to cash out. so we'll see if this course is this well, federal course and discover mental course helps the greens with their agenda. and would that cause well at the election? let's take a look at another party taking and be involved in this election, who you will know pretty well. i would say they all among the left wing parties, the most popular this is the communists. so the communist party of the russian federation is the 2nd largest party in russia, led by canada, a gun of old time lead since the 990 s. this is the biggest and oldest of russian communist parties. it's pledge to deliver a modernized version of socialism and he can only program includes the nationalization of the countries natural resources and also a strong support for small businesses. previous election was the full time in
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a row that there's party finished in 2nd place. we spoke to the leader about the gulf to me, and it is necessary to increase the living ways to $25000.00 roubles. it is fundamentally important for us to support public enterprises. they all have a high salary to not take anything from the state. have a great social care package, affordable education, health care, and everyone has a cool job. everyone is provided with housing. if this experience is extended to the whole country, it's not difficult. every 2nd person will have such opportunities. we have a huge outflow of capital that could have been stopped long ago, and we need to take certain measures is necessary to provide support for all branches of small and medium sized businesses and short sustainable production. it is necessary to hold a referendum on the nationalization of ra, mineral site. so most all countries do it's one thing to steal millions. but another thing is that a man made a british invention and set up production. this is
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a completely different pitch. another party competing in the election is road and this is a right wing nationalist party and do for social justice and the preservation of traditional values. the policies demanding tougher immigration rules and lobbying for the interest of russia's region beyond moscow. it wasn't just one and a half percent support in the previous election. the fathers chair took us through the main points of the manifesto. which morning, every official should pass the test for patriotism and live in russia. if officials administers have families living here and not that they will do everything to raise the standard of living in this country. where are we going to lift russia if they want to work here and live there? if officials are required to live in russia, then a 3rd will immediately disappear. health is one of the states priorities as well, if possible to rebuild our health care system in less than 5 is more than the question is where the people really want that to happen. where the officials, one take, are all using the private can also vote again
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a pension reform. i think the liberal blogs let the president down. they told us there is not enough money, but it's not true. well, that's all from our election headquarters for de sour brother anchors and correspondence are going to be here right through the reading campaign days and they were going to be ready to go far coverage through the voting and to those all important results on monday morning. the the sea food that may be red or orange yellow. maybe we assume that they going to be on the sweet side of things and received a rounder soft and the can assume again, that they're going to be sweeter and suddenly oh right
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now, there are 2000000000 people who are overweight or obese. is profitable to sell food that is fatty and sugary and faulty and addicted. not at the individual level. it's not individual willpower. and if we go on believing that will never change as obesity epidemic, that industry has been influencing very deeply. the medical and scientific establishment, ah, what's driving the because it's corporate, me. ah, is your media reflection of reality? the in a world transformed what will make you feel safe?
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tyson lation, for community. are you going the right way or are you being somewhere direct? what is true? what is in a world to corrupted. you need to defend the join us in the depths or remain in the shallows. ah, in the the boom, but the one business show you can afford to mit ambridge board. and i'm rachel blevins in washington coming up, could china belt and wrote initiative,
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get some competition from europe? we'll take a look at the latest plan for a global gateway project and whether it will be taking off anytime soon. plus natural gas prices are skyrocketing in europe, storing 35 percent in the last month. but will it be enough to get germany to clear the north stream to pipeline before winter is here? and since it began, the role of social media has been the democratization of the public fear where all voices can be heard equally. but recent revelation from facebook may show that some users, while they're more equal than others repacked. so today, sat right in and we leave the program with the european union's counter to china's belton road initiative. european commission, president ursula vander land. wide ranging state of the e would dress. wednesday covered a number of issues including the coven, 1900 economic recovery, improving the black status and technology, and developing defense capabilities. but another matter that stuck out was the push
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for the e. u to launch a global gateway. we're pretty good at financing rose. but it does not make any sense for you up if we build a perfect road between a copper that is chinese couple of mine that is chinese owned and a harbor that is chinese oems. we will build global gateway partnerships with countries around the world. we want investment in quality infrastructure, connecting people, goods and services around the world. we will take the values based approach, offering transparency and good governance to our partners. we want to create links and not dependencies. we want to turn global gateway into a trusted brand around the world for a little background here. china is built in rhode initiative is a global infrastructure investment project involving nearly 70 nations worldwide
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with the intention of linking exporters to western markets. so what exactly is the you hoping to accomplish with a global gateway and will it ever actually get off the ground? well, joining us out, discuss our buck, christy i and professor richard will host of economic update and author of the sick . this is the system when capitalism fails to save us from pandemic or itself. great to have you both talk about this that christy, i want to start with you. the even seems to be taking a direct shot at china with a similar to the discussion that we have heard about the u. s. d coupling from china with the state of supply chains and decades of history. can wester, great nations, really do that? i think i'll be near impossible to really do couple given the close trade relationship the europe currently enjoy the china. i mean this isn't exactly new. this has been in the works with the since july earlier this.


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