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ah ah, when i went into that garden just after 6 on the 28th of may, 2020, i believed implicitly that this was a work event. british families all outraged by doris johnson's apology after he admitted attending a down the street party during the you case 2020 national lockdown. we talked to a man who i read his father during that period of the same time that i was at my father's funeral. he was taking and bring your abuse part it. why does he beneath the rules that he create that he made? didn't apply to him, have the job all pick up the tab. canada's good beck province is planning to punish them vaccinated with a special tax locals. tell us how they feel about the plan. i think it's unfair to just suggest it's the responsibility or the fall to those that are on vaccinated.
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we can't force anybody to have german police have slammed, reducing their powers after nodes that they didn't legally access personal data that was collected by covey tracking. with other great to have your company mid day here in the russian capital. this is all to rubbing salt into the wounds, bereaved families. he had to bury their loved bonds during the height of the you case, 1st coven lockdown, have slammed an apology. coming from prime minister barak johnson that called it an insult. after he admitted in parliament that back then despise severe restrictions on gatherings. he did attend. boozy downing street batch. i went into that garden just after 6 on the 20th of may. 2020. i believed implicitly that this was a work event. no doubt may. 2020 was challenging month for britain. much of the
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country, paralyzed by the 1st national lockdown into meetings between households were strictly prohibited. on a maximum of 2 people could make outdoors in a public place. we spoke to a man who struggled to arrange his father's funeral amid those structures. this is about rules and about who the rose applies to. this become abundantly clear that the prime minister thinks that they don't apply to him at the same time, but i was at my father's funeral. he was taking part in a, bring your own booth party number 10, downing street, my dad's chino, we were only allowed to invite up to 5 people at the funeral. so that meant it was just myself and my 4 siblings that could attend. there is no physical contract, so we went lots of hug each other. even the vicar holding the ceremony wasn't allowed to shake hands or anything like that. and as soon as the ceremony was over, we all had to go back, came again. they were author issuing fines for people meeting outside people will
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be fined money for meeting up people being harassed by the police. if they hung around and parks the too long and the ultimate question, half of the prime minister is, why does he believe that the rules that he helps create that he made didn't apply to him? or johnson's stated, excuse, says, spot, the whole waiver on line names, some major companies even like ryan, among those posting mocking images. and it's not the 1st part of a scandalous involve johnson. at the end of last year, the pictures emerged on line, allegedly showing him taking part in several social events down the street during the 2020 lockdown. and all of this is led to even more calls for johnson to go. so ridiculous that is actually offensive to the pretty. yeah. 80. now go to a decent thing and reside in my judgment and all the evidence that seems to us in the face for the last few months. now,
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i think it's abundantly clear the bars johnson doesn't have an ounce of self decency. and him leading by example is really key element of thought. need to ship is clear. not only does bar as chunks and not have bothered moral leadership at the moment, but there's no pathway for him to get back. and that's why as long as he remains prime minister, i think we're going to stay in a state of limbo in this country. and ultimate is putting more people at risk when you say that is where it's outlined that the government has done everything they could to save lives. they little weight things where they can just hanging and yeah . messaging drought has been terrible because the following of that i wouldn't find difficult visors has been a patchy where they've gone again. biographic advice on the result has been nearly well over a 175000 dest now, which is deep, clean, upsetting. ah, okay, let's turn our attention to canada now, where people could soon face, say, financial penalty if they refuse to have
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a jump. quebec is planning on becoming the 1st province in the country to impose a tax on the and vaccinated the no job beloved was proposed by the regents premier, who says that it will be at least 50 to 100 canadian dollars. i think though he thinks he should actually be higher. controversial measure comes his calendar as a whole. he's registering a spike in daily cove cases. we asked people in quebec, well, they think of the new tax. i think it's unfair to just suggest it's the responsibility or the fault of those that are on vaccinated. this is coming after decades of neglect and a dysfunctional health care system in quebec. you know that often pits people against each other. instead of the government taking responsibility, what i've heard is there's different reason why you might not be vaccinated and thought, because you're yes it for taxing. all of these people to me doesn't make any sense . i'm pretty sure it would be good if everybody can choose what they want to to, to do with the vaccination. and i,
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i'm pretty sure it would be better if everybody would be vaccine. but we can't force anybody to have the vaccine or quebec provinces in the 1st place, either in the well to tax the and job didn't grease the vaccinate, it have to cough up an extra $100.00 euros per month on the rip lands of foot elsewhere in europe austere is milling a tax of more than a 1000 euros per month. italy considering a monthly no jump, levy of one and a half grant. liquor commentator antony webber told us it's all a finger pointing ploy and his opinion to distract from miss handling at the pandemic. they're not at all, i don't grade small. it's not something the majority of the world's governments would consider. the have to look at the contract because in quebec they've had the resignation of magical director of how they got a new one and they're trying to find a state gates for their terrible big policy may well be trying
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to move people to restart the backseat and this protect primarily our back is just distracting attention from his own and miss managed when she became a policy on to a great for people who happen to have decided to not be vac. i'm sorry, he's shown pool leadership. he's perfection. that is, our population is trying to book one section that population like ng some, but they know who medical justification, pool based decision, a tool. but a dallas gave more power to people lie. king. lots of people are
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very upset for canada, which seems to be a beacon of my to that achieve afraid it is the opposite electrostatic charge, say police in germany are facing abuse of power allegations after they illegally access the private data of german citizens that have been collected by a covey tracking up, and it spoke a lot of indignation these days. it's just too easy to assemble a massive database of use the data, and the best intentions won't prevent it from being abused. you need to build technical privacy mechanisms into the system before the data exists. this needs amplification, beyond borders. everybody should uninstall lou crap immediately since the german police starts to use lou crap generated location, tracking information for their investigations. avoid being tracked against your will uninstall luke and now ha ha. racing up since you are close to see the norms of people across here when it comes to try to get on with daily life and lead
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culver 19. but the police here in germany, a faith claims that they broke faith to protection, right? when it comes to one of the most downloaded applications on the market. luca logs, how much time a person spends a day fall restaurants all ready, other event locking in by scanning a q r code on arrival and out when you leave the day sir, is encrypted and can only be accessed if the local health authority and the establishment all venue grant consent and then only the health authorities have access to the info. the idea being that it's, they used to track cove 19 infections and who came into contact with the infected. now, police in mines of used information gathered by de luca up as part of their investigation into the death of a man who fell after leaving a restaurant in the city. the details of 21 potential witnesses were made available
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to police officers. and it has caused worry for some politicians in germany to say that this could lead to confidence in contact tracing apps being undermined. we must not allow faith in digital apps, which are an important tool in the fight against coven 19 to disappear. he's a darn good, not 15 of this data is actually only allowed to use for pandemic controls. so that was the legal violation because they didn't use it to fight the pandemic. they used it for law enforcement, and that's actually illegal so far. the public prosecutor's office has also admitted that what happened was that the public prosecutor's office told the police, the public health department, winnie data, and the police and the innkeeper both used the key to unlock the data, which subsequently meant that the telephone numbers and addresses of the people who are locked in could be passed on to the police officer of the company behind the app. culture for life is criticized what it calls a misuse of information. almost every day we receive inquiries from the place. some
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public prosecutor's office about data from uses. we condemn this misuse of the data collected by the look up for infection protection. and welcome the announcement by the mains public prosecutor to raise awareness of the legal situation and to stop using the data. the luca ups contract to operate contact tracing is up for renewal in the near future. and some members of germany ruling coalition a far from convinced that it should be extended and fax their opening, telling people to install a use another service. uninstall the luke app immediately and then immediately use the corona worn app as far as the warning and the follow up are concerned. the look app is dead. the worry is the data breaches like this one play into the hands of protest groups who have been raging against germany's coven restrictions. while a vast majority of the population support the measures that have been taken there.
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all a growing number of people attending regular monday night demonstrations all across the country. and those demonstrations have at times turned into clashes between protesters and place it responds to the outcry from politicians to the case in mines. prosecutors there have apologized and said that they will use the data that they received. the local data protection authority is also said that they will be opening investigation into exactly how this information was obtained in the 1st place. peter, all of her all t. berlin questions are being raised of the investigation into the january 6th capitol hill rights, the f b. i says,
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it knows about right ups. it was filmed urging people to go to the capital ahead. ovando during the unrest, but did refuse to comment on the alleged connections to the bureau when grilled by republicans? who is re ups. i'm aware of the individual, sir. i don't have a specific background to him. on the night of january 5th, 2021 eps wandered around the crowd that had gathered. and there's video out there at enchanting to borrow. we need to get into the capital into the capital. this was strange behavior so strange that the crowd began chanting fed bed bed bed bed bed. miss sanborn was re up. so fed, sir, i cannot answer that question. at long last, the feds have at least acknowledged the existence of the mysterious re apps. the man accused by many to have been an f. b. i plant among the january 6th riders, and this is all over a year after a video of him emerge,
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seeming to spur people into storming the capital building. i think we need, we need to know how soon we need to go to the can combine that with the fact that eps was on and off the f b i watch list and it should come as no surprise that some suspect the feds had more of a hand in all this than their fessing up to also why doesn't the january 6th committee tell us whether the f b i had informed some of our agents participating in the organizing of january the 6th and in january, the 6th itself as the new york times already confirmed it did, and how many of them there were and what roles they played? why can't those be answered? even the new york times seems to be questioning the investigative committees narrative. so why then can't the fads at least explain why apps was taken off their most wanted list? the special committee seems to think it has an answer. he didn't enter the capital in january 6 and was removed from the most wanted list because apparently he broke
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no loss. i'm pretty sure the f b, i wouldn't be dumb enough to put their own agent on the want of list. re abscess cooperated with the january 6th committee, and we thank him. the committee has interviewed eps eps informed us. that he was not employed by working with or acting at the direction of any law enforcement agency on january, 5th, or 6th or at any other time. and that he has never been an informant for the f. b i or any other law enforcement agency. ah, well, he said he's not fed so he must not be and saying that he broke, no laws is also a bit strange. since u. s. federal law punishes those who incite riots with fines and prison terms of up to 5 years. so there's still no good explanation as to why he wasn't arrested along with hundreds of others and connection to the riots. this may be, but then why is an apps among the more than 700 people charged in connection with january? the 6th, when there are multiple video showing him doing far more than many, if not most than those who have been charged apps even made an appearance. and
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nancy pelosi is intro video to trumps impeachment. hearing ah. 2 2 this all raises a lot of questions. mister apps, the very same man who is allegedly playing golf on his private ranch, while other january 6th riders are sitting in prison with your phone or try to get a hold. you know, we met january for the justice department and f. b. i can cry, conspiracy theory all they want, but people want to know who mr apps, really it's and what relationship he has with the feds as long as there's a shortage of answers. public curiosity is only likely to grow it's rush noise by the media that, that he was removed because he didn't break into the counseling,
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didn't commit any crimes on camera. but i mean, that doesn't pop pop musta a tool coverage of his denial that he was working video so interesting. but it was a just like brain melting and it's a rank stupidity. so let's see. and, and, and several other outlets. i've argued as he didn't clad underwrote, he wasn't, wasn't for the a feel. and he'd faced perjury charges a low same prison if he'd law the f telling truth. but that's like saying, you're someone accused of murder. he pleaded innocent. cool is innocent in a case like this involving multiple people in which the f, b, i has, you know, did determined to find some degree of pre planning coordination for the breaking. then it would be, you know, potentially guilty or the least liable. but by quite clear that's not being applied or obvious questions. why that is still a head for you american shops and i'm facing supply shortages is leaving empty shows the president binds seems to think the problem has been solved. that story
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after the break. lou ah news emotions, medieval institutions, godlike technology. and the combination of these 3 very you could say historically distinct seeks fixes within our psycho physical makeup have rendered us pretty dangerous to ourselves to the planet. oh, what else? so the wrong one, i just don't want to see proud to say
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because of the african and engagement because the trail went so many find themselves well the part we choose to look for common ground. ah, welcome back. now, amid record high us inflation rates, supermarkets in the country all struggling to fill the shelves with disgruntled shop is making it clear who they blame. posting images with the hashtag bad shelves by them. supermarket themselves a sighting h o range of reasons for the shortages from the only crone surgeon, bad winter weather through 2 disrupted supply chains. president biden, i seems to think that so that problem in particular has long been solved in time for christmas. in fact, couple of months ago, we heard
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a lot of dire warranties about supply chain problems lately. do a crisis around the holidays. thanksgiving and christmas. react. we brought together business and labor to solve the problems. much predictor crisis didn't occur. grinch did not steal christmas. meanwhile, almost 70 percent of americans say economic problems are the biggest concern right now. we asked us shop is how the situation is impacting them. i'm no longer able to get everything on my grocery list when i come. sometimes i have to go to 2 or 3 different stores to find something i'm out of just like, oh this is, this is a lot higher than what i normally day and inflation is higher than it used to be. and our president is not really sure. i think president biden's just sitting back, letting things happen. and president trump made things happen. so, you know,
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it's 2 different kind of presidents right there. and it really shows right now, how does he can only situation bite. so too, does the pandemic amid teachers or to do some educators are being made to work even after they've tested positive for cove. it on teacher in san francisco, told artsy, colleagues, have been told to return just 5 days after their test. they were saying that if you are kobe positive, you have 5 days off and then you test. and then there's been some debate around if you're a symptomatic, should you return? and we're saying no, because you could still be contagious. and i had one brian macklin saying, she's not in our school district, but she ran out of 60 because they're not paying for our fifty's. and she had cobra and she felt better. and then she felt she had to return to school in the us. we have to pay for substitute when we went out of 6 days so that can cut your salary and have so i think they're making teachers make very difficult decisions. ready
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because we don't have paid sickly for cobit i, you know, of course wouldn't come here with me if i was co cobra positive, but it's just, it's very frustrating when you're not, you're not given the sick days to stay home when you, when you do have it or complaints from teachers also include overwork due to shortage is a lack of adequate p. p also difficulties accessing coven testing with president button, who campaigned on a promise to re open classroom says there's no reason to keep schools closed august . so does that opening now, though? means class is being divided because some parents don't want to risk the children's health right now, and here's what it looks like. i walked into my classroom yesterday and half of the room is here. half of the room is at home because they're waiting for tech testing results. everyone hates on my morning teachers, heated students, heated. but at this point, this is, this is unsustainable. what we're doing now,
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especially i teach mathematics. it's very deceptive because the concepts build on one another. so they're missing days in class because they're waiting for test results or they have coded, then they're, it's hard for them to catch up. so we need daily wrap the test so that we can come back to work, and we need daily wrap a test so that students can come back to school. now covered and inflation haven't just been giving headaches to teachers and shoppers, respectively. they appear to be among the factors to, to seriously damage. jo. biden's, popularity is plummeted by quarter in his 1st year in office, his disapproval writing that is steadily been climbing. meanwhile, it should have been a notorious kind of stacy abrams a free speech on voting rights by biden. she said that the event of the lunch on tuesday clashed with shad jewel commitments and amazon b. c. host. i had a different explanation saying why the president was slumping in the polls.
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politicians don't show up with presidents when their approval ratings may be in the thirty's, in the say were there was another reason we're saying twice now we spoke to jeffrey tucker, president of the brownstone is the charity says buttons, popularity might actually be even lower than the polls suggest it's a big risk for any politician to basically shun the sitting president united system from the party. but i think what you're going to start seeing is that the party itself, the d and c democratic national committee is going to start shining the by the administration. also. because they cannot allow the top of the ticket to destroy the majority in the house, in the senate and governors races around the country. all the election data that we've seen over the last 6 months. 8 months have suggested that the my name is tracy, is approaching historic levels of unpopularity. i suspect is much worse than poles
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suggest, because the polls are always going to be biased in the direction of this, the media bias. so you have most a corporate media in the united states has been very much and partisan for the biochemistry. so when you get a call from upholster people, people know what you're supposed to say. so the fact that so many people are willing to say, i disapprove of the sky that so many are willing to tell opposed to that is extremely revealing. both to say, i'll be back with more news in half an hour. i think the right ah ah, ah lou
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